The online edition of the glossary is finally here, just click on its cover below!
The online edition of the glossary is currently undergoing beta
testing and has been distributed to (old) friends and/or fellow teachers
and researchers. Things are looking good so far: Microsoft's hosting on
OneDrive seems to be stable and apparently I have not failed updating all
links and prepping the files.
In order to protect their staff, students, and their respective
families many universities are moving their classes online, which is a very
wise decision that I fully support.
This is why I am working on making the full digital edition of the latest
English version of my glossary available online. To achieve this goal, I am
currently re-encoding the media as well as replacing links that point to
offline files with links to resources hosted online. I hope to be done with
this by the end of October.
If you want access to this version of my glossary do not hesitate to contact me:
Fourth edition is almost out of stock
Fourth edition is at the printer's
The glossary finally goes Android!
Digital edition now available on thumb drive.
Website now uses frames.
Changed color scheme of website.
Added information about the author.
For the first time ever, the second and third English editions as well
as the second French edition are available on one DVD-ROM.
The third digital edition is not beta anymore.
The printed version of the third edition is available.
Third edition is at the printer's
The sneak preview of the third edition is now available...
A sneak preview of the third edition will soon be available
Added grammatical gender to French definitions
The third edition is making progress and will hopefully see the light
of day in early 2012
Added direct access to PDF files for iPad users
Preview versions of the glossary do not require Adobe Flash anymore
Production process is being migrated to Adobe Acrobat Distiller
Good news: Adobe has finally fixed the hyperlink problem with their
latest Reader update (9.4.0)
The problem mentioned below seems to be a bug in Adobe Reader, so I
hope we will be seeing an update that fixes it really soon.
The latest updates provided for Adobe Reader 8 and 9 cause an
incompatibility with linked non-PDF content in all PDFs included in the
digital version of the glossary. At this moment I cannot provide any
work-around for this problem other than downgrading Adobe Reader to version
Version 2.0 of the digital edition will include French definitions!