Thesaurus of Educational Linguistics: Guide, Texts, Videos
When a scholar comes to the end of his or her professional life as a researcher, most of the ideas he or she contributed along the years are scattered in journals and libraries, and most of it is out of print and unavailable. No one apart from the researcher him or herself knows all that he or she has produced, and which among the ideas he or she contributed are original and innovative – or were so when they were published. At this point of his or her professional life a scholar can make a synthesis – and may move from the impersonal pronoun ‘we’ used by researchers to the subject ‘I’, thus taking up responsibility for what he or she stated and states. ICT provides an efficient setting to do so: a collection of videos, a text to guide the viewer through them, a collection of PDF essays for further reading. The result is this Thesaurs of Educational Linguistics, which is available in the Phaidra repository: https://phaidra.cab.unipd.it/o:461216.