Teaching History Best Practices and Students with Disabilities: Experiences in a College History CourseTeaching History Best Practices and Students with Disabilities: Experiences in a College History Course
Universal Instructional Design in a college history class. The use of classroom simulations is explained in detail. Examples of different types of simulations are provided and their educational benefits discussed
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The Ethics and Politics of Super-Intelligent MachinesThe Ethics and Politics of Super-Intelligent Machines
However, whereas we must accept the competitive motives that humans evolved with, we can design the motives of intelligent machines
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Biological explanations of depressionBiological explanations of depression
Could depression have evolutionary benefits that outweigh the costs of the disorder?
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Validating Research Performance Metrics Against Peer RankingsValidating Research Performance Metrics Against Peer Rankings
Harnad, S. (submitted, 2008) Validating Research Performance Metrics Against Peer Rankings. Inter-Research Ethics in Science and Environmental Politics. Theme Section on
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Self-study for program review1 department of criminal justice2Self-study for program review1 department of criminal justice2
In addition, the sheer number of students we service in the major and from the University in general creates pressure to hire part-time instructors to teach classes that we would prefer handled by our tenure-track or full-time non-tenure
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Compare the origin and subsequent evolution of mitochondria and chloroplastsCompare the origin and subsequent evolution of mitochondria and chloroplasts
Molecular evidence suggests that mitochondria evolved from endocytosed proteobacteria, whilst chloroplasts originate from an oxygen-producing photosynthetic organism resembling a cyanobacterium
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