WordEdge: How Dictionary Based Electronic Learning Can Increase Our Career Mobility
AbstractUntil recently, the only way we could acquire a preliminary mastery of, say, health care terms was to take a course (inconvenient and expensive) or to study a specific-field booklet (usually limited in scope). Today, however, our current partnership between print dictionaries and their electronic versions gives any job candidate quick access to an amazingly efficient learning tool for mastering a wide range of high tech vocabularies in current use. Here’s the why and how of our dictionary-based learning and testing route.
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Volume (Year): 5 (2009)
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