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5 Online Tools to Help Combat Plagiarism

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All K-12 educators know how students are complaining about the piles of homework they get.
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RefWorks for Harvard Alumni § Using RefWorks, EndNote, and Other Citation Tools

Graduating? 1) Congratulations! 2) Transfer your RefWorks data to a free alum account before Commencement: http://t.co/daG2iyQ7To
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10 Great Technology Initiatives for Your Library | American Libraries Magazine

10 Great Technology Initiatives for Your Library | American Libraries Magazine | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it
10 Great Technology Initiatives for Your Library #edtech http://t.co/YuPFRapqwY
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UK universities say research funds at risk if Britain leaves EU - Economic Times

UK universities say research funds at risk if Britain leaves EU - Economic Times | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it
Economic Times UK universities say research funds at risk if Britain leaves EU Economic Times LONDON: British universities warned on Monday that the nation's higher education industry would lose its influence over European funding worth 1.2 billion...
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Five ways of engaging the youth in agriculture - ICT Update

Five ways of engaging the youth in agriculture - ICT Update | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it
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Five ways of engaging the youth in agriculture
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As the coverage of mobile networks increases in ACP countries, the discussion on introducing mobile applications in the agricultural sector has moved from 'whether' to 'how'.
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Gladson Makowa's curator insight, June 3, 2014 4:59 AM

Farming is seen as a primitive way of living by youths. How can we make it attractive and profitable

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World Health Assembly 2014 — 3 things to look out for in Geneva - Devex

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World Health Assembly 2014 — 3 things to look out for in Geneva
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This week, the World Health Assembly in Geneva brings with it a packed agenda and a whole host of questions around a number of key issues for global health policy makers.
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Global Politics Shaken By Social Media

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Analysts say people are using social media to voice dissatisfaction with politics and with media for not covering all points of view (#TeamFollowBack Global Politics Shaken By Social Media http://t.co/2QCVywaFPU...

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The economics of sexual inequality When education dries up - The Economist

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The economics of sexual inequality When education dries up
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ECONOMISTS see reducing sexual inequality in education as a vital part of promoting development.

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Lauryn Phifer's curator insight, May 6, 2014 7:29 PM

I like this article a lot. I chose this article, because what they are saying about sexual inequality when there is a lack of education is true. This relates to the half the sky article, because in half the sky most of the women were educated at all, they we're at home because that's all they could do alone. Being educated in Least developed countries is normal, not just because some cant afford a secondary school, but because education is valued, especially education for women. Men are dominant women are not. 

Maddie Morris's curator insight, May 7, 2014 7:19 PM

This article is discussing how as inequality is growing education is going to dry up. Without women a full establishment of education can not be achieved because have of the population is not in action. This relates to the article because they both discus how women play a major part in education.

Lauryn Phifer's curator insight, May 8, 2014 11:08 AM

I curated this article, because it talks about Education. In the half the sky article, education is one of the big issues that women have associated with gender inequality. Women don't get educated, because they are simply women, this article is important because it tells people that Education is important for everybody and not men. 

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Latest Zimbabwe education statistics embarrass ruling party - The Africa Report

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Latest Zimbabwe education statistics embarrass ruling party The Africa Report Despite all its problems, Zimbabwe has always boasted it has the highest literacy rates in Africa, but latest education statistics may leave long-time leader, President...
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Africa: Education Plays Key Role in Advancing Women, Girls, and Communities, Report Says (Page 3 of 3)

Africa: Education Plays Key Role in Advancing Women, Girls, and Communities, Report Says (Page 3 of 3) | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it
Less educated girls far more likely to suffer violence, child marriage ("Each year, almost 1/5 girls under 18 in developing countries gives birth".
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The British Library drives the Gulf's digital memories - Telegraph

The British Library drives the Gulf's digital memories - Telegraph | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it
A 10-year partnership between the British Library and the Qatar Foundation means the history of the Persian Gulf will be preserved digitally and opened up for the world to see, says Monty Munford (The British Library drives the Gulf's digital memories...
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