Instructional Resources: The LEAF Project Guide


Instructional Resources: The LEAF Project Guide

1. Access The LEAF Project through your Blackboard course.

Links to the LEAF Project are found throughout your Modern Language course in Blackboard.

2. Learn about The LEAF Project creator.

Professor Michael Van Etten from Modern Languages @ Finger Lakes Community College is the architect for The LEAF Project. He’s a real person!

3. Pay nothing for LEAF access. It’s all free, all the time.

LEAF will never ask for a login or password, and you’ll never have to pay for online access to any LEAF resource at any time.

4. Utilize The LEAF Project on iOS and Android devices.

LEAF works on all major web browsers including IE8/9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Opera. LEAF also works well on iOS (iPhone/iPad) and Android devices.

5. Browse hundreds of LEAF lessons, activities, and resources.

LEAF contains language lessons in Spanish and French, activities, and links to resources from across the internet.

6. Discuss lessons, activities, and resources with others.

Under each lesson or post is a discussion forum where you can discuss the article with others from around the world. Feel free to let us know what’s on your mind!

7. Like, Tweet, Pin, Reddit, any LEAF lesson, activity, or resource.

The social media bar also contains shortcuts to services like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Reddit, and other sites. If you like a certain lesson or resource, share it with everyone!

8. Like the LEAF Project Facebook Page, or follow on Twitter.

The LEAF Project is on Facebook! Like us to keep up to date on new posts and lessons. We also post often on Twitter! More likes and followers make us happy professors!