If you’re a regular visitor to this blog, you may have noticed that the guest author list and the blogroll have disappeared from my sidebar. They were OK when I only had a few Villagers and only followed a few blogs. But as I added more guest authors and discovered more blogs I began tot feel that neither list was doing anyone much good.
Both lists now have their own individual pages so that I can include more information for the guest authors, and more blogs.
The new space in the sidebar means I have room for a tag cloud and a list of categories. Hopefully these will make it easier for visitors to find posts in subjects of interest. I’ve also added a “popular posts” feature, which seems to be doing a decent job of bringing oldies but goodies out of the archive.
The whole point behind these changes is to do a better job of highlighting the content shared by my guest authors, and to do a better job of introducing great blogs related to teaching English as a foreign language and to English language teaching, as a profession. Please let me know if you think these changes accomplish this goal, and if not, suggestions about how I could do a better job–I’m always learning more about how the interior bits of a blog work
If you have a blog that falls under one of the categories listed, please let me know so I can add you. If I’ve listed you in one category, and you think your blog better suits a different category, let me know and I’ll move you.
Thanks for your feedback as I continue to learn!