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Works consisting of speeches read or delivered before an audience or class, especially for instruction or to set forth some subject. They are differentiated from ADDRESSES [PUBLICATION TYPE] which are less didactic and more informational, entertaining, inspirational, or polemic. (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
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Ce recueil de notes est issu d'un cours donné à l'UQÀM. Plus spécifiquement, il s'agit de la compilation des acétates projetées pendant la prestation. Par conséquent, le style adopté est nécessairement télégraphique. De plus, puisque le cours supposait une lecture préalable du livre "Les statistiques: Une approche nouvelle" de Sanders et Allard (19...
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Ce recueil de notes est issu d'un cours donné à l'UQÀM. Plus spécifiquement, il s'agit de la compilation des acétates projetées pendant la prestation. Par conséquent, le style adopté est nécessairement télégraphique. De plus, puisque le cours supposait une lecture préalable du livre "Introduction à la psychométrie" d'Anastasi (1994), il ne faudrait...
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The study investigated the effect of numbered heads together cooperative instructional strategy (NHT) on secondary school students' interest in biology in Awka Education Zone. Two research questions and three null hypotheses tested at 0.05 level of significance guided the study. The study is quasi-experimental research, adopting specifically the pr...
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The combined phenomenon of entrepreneurship with the pursuit of sustainable development goals is commonly referred to as sustainable entrepreneurship (SE) (Shepherd and Patzelt, 2011 ; Anand et al., 2021). As an increasingly important subfield of entrepreneurship research, SE is gaining importance (Muñoz et al., 2018; Gast et al., 2017). However,...
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The Coronavirus pandemic is a worldwide pandemic that affects all aspects of life in the world. In Indonesia itself, the Coronavirus Pandemic has changed the habits of Indonesian people who like together and carry out normal activities so that they are forced to be on guard and carry out all activities through trying or advancing. On the one hand,...
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“Architecture is not only defined by the designed object, but also its relations to the city and everyday life practices. Accordingly, public space is a critical issue for architectural design studios. New ways of living, urbanity and publicness are always questioned and became a research by design.” _from Prologue Open City book gathers historica...
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This study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of an online course to enable orthopaedic surgeons to acquire the core competencies necessary to prevent and treat fracture-related infections (FRI). This study included orthopaedic surgeons and residents from Latin American countries who attended an online course focused on FRI. The online course inclu...
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Achieving high levels of integration in the basic medical sciences’ curricula is challenging. Project-based learning (PtBL) is an inquiry-based learning approach that can be used in multiple educational contexts with various designs. We used PtBL to enhance curricular integration during the pre-clerkship years. The study was done at The Faculty of...
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The breakout of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has resulted in the shutting down of schools globally, has made a virtual classroom urgently imperative to support the physical classroom. This move cannot be realistic if the level of awareness and proficiency of the stakeholders, as well as challenges faced, are not noted. Hence, this study examined th...
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Effective feedback is a powerful educational intervention to support learning. Hattie and Timperley have developed a feedback model in which they define three different functions and four different levels of feedback. Although the model is widely used in educational practice, there is little known about how the model is used in education nor about...
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The purpose of this Community Service activity is to create a young generation, especially students who have good morals, as their role as a 'moral force' in social life. The method of delivering material in this activity is a zoom meeting through lectures and discussions. This activity concludes that efforts to foster student morale can be taken t...
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In lectures with presentation slides such as an e-learning lecture on video, it is important for lecturers to control their non-verbal behavior involving gaze, gesture, and paralanguage. However, it is not so easy even for well-experienced lecturers to properly use non-verbal behavior in their lecture to promote learners’ understanding. This paper...
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Background The COVID-19 pandemic has pressured post-graduate medical education programs to shift from traditional in-person teaching to remote teaching and learning. Remote learning in medical education has been described in the literature mostly in the context of local in-country teaching. International remote medical education poses unique challe...
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Lecture capture is popular within Higher Education, but previous research suggests that students do not always optimally select content to review, nor do they make the most of specific functions. In the current study conducted in the 2019/20 academic year, we used a repeated-measures crossover design to establish the effects of transcripts with clo...
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Physical design studio has been the mainstream method of architectural pedagogy for more than a century. Although the past two decades have brought forth emerging possibilities via advancements in digital communication, Virtual Design Studio (VDS) remained an experimental novelty until 2020. The interruption of face-to-face educational activities s...
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Previous lectures have shown that to effectively explore Taiwan’s climate change or other relevant topics, long-term and stable observation datasets are required. We introduce the high-resolution grided precipitation dataset (TCCIP_PR), which was constructed by the Taiwan Climate Change projection and adaptation Information Platform (TCCIP) program...
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Abstract Background There is a worldwide deficit in teaching and training in the field of radiology for undergraduate medical students. This educational gap is prominent in many medical schools as most radiology curricula are a part of other specialty trainings, usually provided by non-radiologists. After COVID-19 pandemic, there was an increased t...
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In traditional school-based learning, attendance was regarded as a proxy for engagement and key indicator for performance. However, few studies have explored the effect of in-class attendance in technology-enhanced courses that are increasingly provided by secondary institutions. This study collected n = 367 undergraduate students' log files from M...
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Background Traditional introductory point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) courses are resource intensive, typically requiring 2–3 days at a remote site, consisting of lectures and hands-on components. Social distancing requirements resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic led us to create a novel hybrid course curriculum consisting of virtual and in-person...
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Background Radiology serves in the diagnosis and management of many diseases. Despite its rising importance and use, radiology is not a core component of a lot of medical school curricula. This survey aims to clarify current gaps in the radiological education in Egyptian medical schools. In February–May 2021, 5318 students enrolled in Egyptian medi...
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Introduction Peer-assisted learning programs have been focused on providing students with competencies to deliver lectures and facilitate workshops, whereas involvement of students as co-developers of educational programmes has been relatively under-described in the literature. Likewise, the use of students as facilitators in simulation-based train...
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Invited online lecture in Philosophy 195 – Philosophy of Language under Asst. Prof. Jairus D. Espiritu, Department of Philosophy, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the Philippines Diliman.
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A lecture on review typologies in architectural and design researches
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L’évolution enregistrée par la notion de patrimoine industriel ces dernières années implique un réexamen des approches qui vont traditionnellement vers la vision de la relique du bâtiment industriel ou vers l’homogénéité qui ne distingue pas entre le nouveau et l’ancien. D’autres prônent un patrimoine modernisé où la partie ancienne est différencié...
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Research is an activity that brings about new discoveries and in order to perform it, competence is required. However, studies on research competence are a seldom area that needs more attention. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to investigate the research competence of postgraduate students in library schools in Southwest , Nigeria. The pecu...
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This textbook provides a comprehensive treatment of irrigation engineering for advanced undergraduates and graduate students. It does not require a background in calculus, hydrology, or hydraulics, offering a one-stop overview of the entire field of study. It includes everything a student of irrigation engineering needs to know: concepts of climate...
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The study sought to assess the uptake of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) for online learning in institutions of higher learning during the novel corona virus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. In March 2020, Zambia announced its first two clinically confirmed COVID-19 cases. In the same month, the government announced the indefinite closure...
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This study investigates the effectiveness of Computer-Based Instruction (CBI) in teaching Biology to 7th graders of a secondary night school in Cebu City, Philippines. A pretest and posttest quasi-experimental design with a control group was utilized to two groups of students, of which one was exposed to CBI and the other to the conventional lectur...
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Researchers investigating the experiences of novice teachers highlight the importance of easing their transition from study to work, including by strengthening their personal resources through active experimentation with future practices. Based on survey data from a large-scale programme evaluation, this paper reports on associations found between...
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This study has proposed a simple method to show the convective heat transfer. The object in this study is an air conditioner (AC) as a simple case of convection. In addition, AC is also easy to find in the class because most classrooms in Indonesia installed AC. Usually, a visualization needs special software (i.e. MatLab or others) and good progra...
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Some researchers have questioned the use of dropout metrics to assess the quality of MOOCs. The main reason for this doubt is that participants register for online courses with different intentions. Therefore, it is proposed to use a learner-centred approach and to study the learner intention-fulfilment. Researchers studied the effect of result-ori...
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Metaphors are found all throughout science: in published papers, working hypotheses, policy documents, lecture slides, grant proposals, and press releases. They serve different functions, but perhaps most striking is the way they enable understanding, of a theory, phenomenon, or idea. In this paper, we leverage recent advances on the nature of meta...
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Zoom has become a powerful tool of online education in today’s society. Ensuring the quality of online education platforms has been a growing concern for the last several years. However, there is a lack of research in this field especially in relation to the perspectives of students. Hence, there is a need for more empirical research in this area....
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There has been significant growth in the literature base exploring questions of teaching in undergraduate mathematics. In this paper we synthesize the literature on the teaching of proof-based undergraduate mathematics, drawing on 104 published reports from a range of countries and research traditions. We primarily differentiate the papers into tho...
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A third tutorial lecture on cross-linking technologies
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1) Associate professor of interior architecture-Architecture department-Horus University, (2) lecture of the architecture-Architecture department-Horus University. (1) Abstract: Architecture is supposed to provide all of the elements, formal relationships that connect it, and regulations that govern it in the organization of spaces, movement patter...
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There is a decline in the quality of Senior Secondary School leavers to graduate of higher institution in Nigeria. A situation where secondary school leavers cannot spell their names correctly and some graduates of higher institution cannot construct very good letter is a cause for concern. University lecturers and employers of labour have always c...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged the world of education, especially vocational education. This quantitative study aims to examine the effect of transformational leadership on the innovative behavior of lecturers in online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic mediated by the psychological climate. Collecting data used a questionnaire distribute...
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Introduction Globally breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer with an estimated 2.3 million new cases and 685,000 deaths in 2020. Late presentation is the hallmark of breast cancer in Ghana for which ignorance and fear are the major reasons fuelled largely by myths and misconceptions. Breast cancer awareness and education needs to start early...
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Targeted therapy and immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICI) are increasingly being used to treat many solid tumors. The use alpelisib and ICPI has a risk of side-effects, particularly endocrine dysfunctions. In this lecture, there are clearly stated: initial screening, monitoring, selection of therapy and emergency situations for each endocrinopathy, i...
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Abstact.This research is aimed at knowing the validity of learning media in reaction rate matter. The type of research method that is used is ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation) but in this research is limited to Development step. The validation test was conducted by a chemistry lecturer from Unesa by filled the que...
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Les amitiés littéraires se révèlent seulement rarement comme substantielles, mystérieuses, voire même non rocambolesques, comme cela arriva dans le cas de la relation intellectuelle et émotionnelle entre Edit Gyömrői (1897-1987) et Hermann Broch. 1 Hermann Broch avait fait la connaissance d'Edit Gyömrői au cours des turbulentes années 1918 et 1919...
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It is essential to educate students about humane slaughter as it is a critical component of livestock production, particularly for animal science students who represent future stakeholders in agriculture. There is limited research about the effects of experiential learning on student comfort in participating in education regarding sensitive, yet im...
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This book follows my lectures on Advanced Placement Calculus given in the International School of Economics of Kazakh-British Technical University in Almaty, Kazakhstan. In 2011-2017 first-year students of the ISE together with AP Calculus studied AP Statistics, AP Microeconomics, AP Macroeconomics. At the end of the first year after the internal,...
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Dans le cadre de ce dossier consacré à la lecture, à l'écriture et aux genres dans l'enseignement supérieur, nous nous intéressons au développement des compétences de futur.es enseignant.es (désormais enseignant.es) dans une formation professionnalisante généraliste à Genève. Dans la perspective d'une didactique des langues, nous questionnons les l...
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Students in the twenty-first century are accustomed to using technology in all aspects of their lives and have never known a world without it; the classroom is no exception. Augmented reality (AR) is a technology that bridges the virtual and physical worlds to make learning more engaging and enjoyable. In this paper, we present a mobile application...
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The purpose of this transaction log analysis was to evaluate university students’ engagement behaviours with a catalogue of multimedia lectures. These lectures incorporated selected instructional design principles from the cognitive theory of multimedia learning (CTML). Specifically, thirty-two multimedia lectures which differentially employed the...
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This article was results based on the interview phase in the English language course of even semester [the academic year 2021-2022] Institut Agama Kristen Negeri Ambon. The majority concern is how the students of English courses respond during even semester conducted. Moreover, only a few students are encouraged to finish their course with mode...
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This course focuses on the Practical Side of Electronics, How Electronic Components Works, How to Test them, How to Use Measuring Tools, Reading Datasheets, Circuit Simulation using Proteus Software, and Designing Small Useful Circuits.
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We look at the effectiveness of teaching through electronic project-based learning in this study. We are experimenting with college students to achieve this goal. We divided 100 students into two groups: control and experiment. Both groups were taught on the same topic by the same lecturer in the same amount of time. The control group used ordinary...
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Adopting APA format in the university/college academic reporting of statistics and narrative is common. However, not many students (including some lecturers) are conversant with the APA format. Here is a review of some APA formatting and other useful information for the most prevalent statistical analyses.
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CALL FOR PAPER! International Conference of Psychology (ICoPsy) 2022 The Faculty of Psychology Universitas Negeri Malang proudly invite all scholars, students, researchers, and lecturers to participate in the ICoPsy 2022. The virtual conference will be held on August 13, 2022 with the theme “The Role of Psychology in the Post-Pandemic Era: Change...
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Applying a descriptive qualitative method with a case study design, this research aimed at finding and describing how initiation-response-feedback take place in classroom interaction. The data collection was done through observation conducted in two classes of third-year students of English Education Department in one of the state universities...
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The integration of multimedia teaching refers to a novel teaching mode that combines multimedia, information resources, and information methods with content and teaching process in the teaching process with the guidance of contemporary educational ideas and organically unifies them on a spatial and temporal platform, so as to better accomplish the...
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The Sixth International Conference on Chemical Engineering organized by the Department of Chemical Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) was scheduled to be held on 19-22 December 2020. When COVID-19 caused the cancellation of all large in-person gatherings across the world as well as international travel, the orga...
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Abstract: Background: Educational institutions follow different teaching methodologies to integrate knowledge. Conventional teaching methodology by lectures is followed commonly. There are many small group teaching methodologies which are student-centered. Fishbowl group dynamics is one such technique where both communication skills and observation...
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Full transcription of the ten lectures on Algorithmic Economics that were held during June 26 ~ Sep. 1 2019 at multiple Wechat Groups of alumni of Peking University, in Chinese. Totally free for downloading and circulation.
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What does Diversity of Thought mean to me? Diversity of thought in project management can be seen as the process of incorporating workers from culturally diverse backgrounds in project workforce and also ensuring that diversity is an integral part of the project's business plan and crucial to successful projects. By doing so, views, ideas, contribu...
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The textbook is devoted to problems strategy of sustainable development as a road map of civilization; main components supporting the sustainable development of the planet; environmental ethics and economics as key instruments for sustainable development; inland waters: types, threats, challenges; water management: history; water purification; wast...
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Large classroom configurations and lecture-centered pedagogy discourage student engagement. The advances in educational technology have empowered instructors to fill the gap. This study designed a digital question board (DQB) on digital canvas to facilitate student engagement in large lecture classes. A mixed-methods study with a quasi-experiment w...
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Taking up around 150 pages, as the memoir's title entails, Austin Mardon's Seven Days in Moscow invites the reader to chronologically follow the narrator's vacillating week-long visit from Alberta to Moscow. Despite the calm and inviting nature of the serene book cover featuring a quiet, whispering beach-front calling to the reader peering over a d...
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On a worldwide scale, the word "development" has been used to categorizecountries and societies as developed, undeveloped, or least developed (Escobar,1992). Frequently, "third world nations" such as Africa, Asia, and Latin America areat the core of the "how to develop?" debate. As a result, it frequently criticizes thefield of development research...
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Background As a global phenomenon, suicide has generated a lot of concern. Scholars from various fields have conducted extensive research on the prevalence, causes, factors, and/or management or possible solutions to suicidal ideation. Despite the research efforts, suicidal cases worldwide still yell for more empirical attention. No doubt that some...
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Background: Education by lectures has been standard for 100 years or more. Given the 21st century technology, people can connect with others around the world instantly, electronically. With the pandemic, teaching changed to one-way information transfer with the loss of interpersonal learning experience. SNI® and now SNI Digital™ have been experimen...
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Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis, Universitas Telkom dengan bangga mempersembahkan Online Seminar dengan tema: "The En-ROADS Climate Simulator : A Gateway to Meaningful Climate Conversation" Pembicara Bindu Bhandari Outreach and Engagement Manager Climate Interactive Ratna Lindawati Lubis En-ROADS Climate Ambbasador Lecturer of FEB, Telkom Universit...
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Featured Application: The results of this study may be implemented in recommendations for the calculation of the delay in clock time for the weekday waking time required to reduce sleep loss on weekdays. Abstract: Background: Our work/study culture is biased towards the circadian clocks of "morning types", whereas "evening types" are forced to ad...
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From July 5 to July 29, 2022, The George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies (GCMC) hosted the Countering Transnational Organized Crime (CTOC) course. This course brought together 51 participants from 23 countries in order to better understand the challenges posed by transnational criminal networks to the national security of their cou...
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This paper explained the concept of re-energizing, creativity, innovation, capacity building and quality assurance in relation to Nigerian tertiary institutions. It discussed to use internal and external mechanisms to attain and maintain quality assurance in these institutions. The Paper also highlighted the Psychology of creativity and innovation...
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This paper aims at studying a flipped instruction and quality improvement in higher education. A flipped classroom is an instructional strategy and a type of blended learning, which aims to increase student engagement and learning by having pupils complete readings at home and work on live problem-solving during class time. This pedagogical style m...
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We present an educational application of virtual reality that we created to help students gain an in-depth understanding of the internal structure of crystals and related key concepts. Teachers can use it to give lectures to small groups (10-15) of students in a shared virtual environment, both remotely (with teacher and students in different locat...
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En partant de l'époque coloniale jusqu'à l'ère contemporaine ; la République démocratique du Congo est passée de la captation de l'économie de rente et le bradage des actifs issus des ressources naturelles en général, sans que ne cesse la prédation. Celle-ci semble plutôt enjolivée dans une forme de « gouvernance philanthropique » qui s'est institu...
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Today, public relations (PR) research faces two major issues. Since being defined in the early 20th century, PR has been entrenched as Anglocentric terrain being overwhelmingly built upon Euro-American practitioners with researchers’ intellectual intervention focusing on Western capitalist experiences (Holtzhausen & Voto, 2002). Second, while havin...
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Lecture material for EDUCATION 50 (The Child and Adolescent Learners and Learning Principles).
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This PkM aims to socialize digital literacy as an effort to provide an understanding of the digital world that is directly related to learning used in online learning. Since the world was hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, almost all lines of life have changed. Slowly but surely, people must begin to get used to this situation, including the education....
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The procedure for carrying out the thesis defense continues to change in line with technological developments as well as the overall need for a more effective and efficient system. Many problems have occurred through this process of change. There is website-based information consisting of long texts of procedures and static infographics, but it tur...
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These are lecture notes on 2d conformal field theories at Fudan University.
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The purpose of this study is to discuss the re-engineering strategies on human resource management practices in China’s higher education system, particularly in Nursing institutes. The Lecturers in Chinese nursing higher education institutions have limited deliveries (sessions) on Human Resources Management (HRM) module, thus the nurses have a chal...