Thanks to Anne Davis, I have now installed the AnswerTips javascript on this site and my three class blogs. Now you can double-click on any word on the site, and a pop-up window will give you information about that word. Sometimes the match is not quite right, in which case another click takes you the the web site, where you can find the term you’re looking for.

I’m hoping my students will find this useful. We will see.

1 comment to AnswerTips!

  • Liz

    Hey Eric,

    Hope AnswerTips is working out for you. Let me know if you have any other questions or suggestions for us (email me at lizc at

    Chief BlogWatcher

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