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Citizens help researchers to challenge scientific theory - Medical Xpress

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Citizens help researchers to challenge scientific theory
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Citizen scientists in the Genetics of Taste Lab enroll Museum guests in the research study.
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Five things businesses need to learn from the church - The Christian Century (blog)

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The Christian Century (blog) Five things businesses need to learn from the church The Christian Century (blog) In the past, many of our churches have struggled with really important ideas—colonialism, slavery, women's rights, just war theories,...
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'Search area not MH370 final resting place' - Free Malaysia Today

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Times of India 'Search area not MH370 final resting place' Free Malaysia Today “As such, we would defer to the Australians, as the lead in the search effort, to make additional information known at the appropriate time.” The Australian-led Joint...
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Partnerships Poised to Meet Increasing Student Demand for Global Health - PR Web (press release)

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Partnerships Poised to Meet Increasing Student Demand for Global Health
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Summer 2014 marks a 3-year partnership between Child Family Health International (CFHI) and the American Medical Students Association (AMSA).
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Pregnancy in young women influenced by high school friends, study finds - Tulsa World

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Pregnancy in young women influenced by high school friends, study finds Tulsa World “Several sociological theories have proposed social influence as an important factor for shaping choices, and a limited number of studies have demonstrated that...
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Library bridges city's digital divide - Portland Tribune

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Portland Tribune Library bridges city's digital divide Portland Tribune Closing the digital divide has largely become the responsibility of other governments, including the Multnomah County Library and Portland Public Schools, and nonprofit...
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Digital literacy critical to successful broadband penetration — Ndukwe

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Vanguard News - Latest updates from Nigeria, including business, politics, entertainment, fashion. Breaking News. Download vanguard Newsstand APP( IOS, ANDROID, BB10) ... Former Chief Executive Officer of Nigeria Communications Commission, NCC, Dr.
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Connectivism: Informing Distance Education Theo...

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(Critical Review) George Siemens’ (2005) article “Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age” has sparked both innovation and controversy (Anderson, 2009; Kop & Hill, 2008; Bell, 2001)...
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Active learning methods thrive while lectures languish, study finds ...

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A new study has found that undergraduate students enrolled in courses with face-to-face lectures are 1.5 times more likely to fail than students who are taught via more stimulating “active learning methods”.
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