Tag: social studies

diG4U: How diGJamaica Works For Parents

Here’s why parents ought to be digging into diGJamaica – a thorough explanation of why diGJamaica is the perfect tool to #diG4U! diGJamaica literally means Digital Information from the Gleaner. The ‘diG’ is an acronym as well as a play

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Gleaner Scholar Abigail Boyd – My diGJamaica Experience

My experience working with diGJamaica.com has been one of discovery. Before I started, I was not very familiar with the site, so I started ‘diGging.’ There is so much that I discovered and learned about Jamaica in my three weeks of

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diGJamaica.com For High School Students

Hey there my fellow diGgers! My name is Bethany and I am a 16-year-old who has had the pleasure of working in the Gleaner’s Online department for the past three weeks. Specifically, I have been helping with diGJamaica.com, so I

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