Another Webliographer, called "Publish Me!"

In addition to the Fulton Webliographer, which I wrote about on April 7, I have developed a Webliographer page based on my personal interest in resources and publishing opportunities for teenagers. This Webliographer is still in development and will continue to grow along with the Publish Me! website, which I am designing as part of my final project for IT 578.

Both of these projects are near to my heart. This is getting close to the kind of teacher I want to be. Now, if I could just find some students. . . .

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