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A voice for science from the developing world SCIENCE COMMUNICATION AS A CATALYST FOR DEVELOPMENT

A voice for science from the developing world SCIENCE COMMUNICATION AS A CATALYST FOR DEVELOPMENT

A voice for science from the developing world SCIENCE COMMUNICATION AS A CATALYST FOR DEVELOPMENT Marina Joubert Southern Science SAASTA AFRICAN SCIENCE COMMUNICATION CONFERENCE FEB 2009

By Rita
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Secondary Research

Secondary Research

Secondary Research. Secondary Research (defined). Research information that is used for a purpose other than that for which it was originally intended Secondary research can precede problem identification (discovery) or follow it (investigation)*

By Sharon_Dale
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Mr. Fetch’s Earth Science Classroom

Mr. Fetch’s Earth Science Classroom

Our goal this year…. Mr. Fetch's Earth Science Class. Mr. Fetch’s Earth Science Classroom. A+. What is science, and what do scientists do?. Mr. Fetch's Earth Science Class. Mr. Fetch’s Earth Science Classroom. A+. Scientific Methods. The majors steps in the scientific method are:

By latimer
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Graduation Projects

Graduation Projects

Graduation Projects. Oxford Area High School Oxford, PA. Pennsylvania Requirements.

By roxy
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Practices and Patterns in Research Information Management: Findings from a Global Survey

Practices and Patterns in Research Information Management: Findings from a Global Survey

Practices and Patterns in Research Information Management: Findings from a Global Survey 30 January 2019. Rebecca Bryant , PhD, Senior Program Officer, OCLC Research bryantr@oclc.org @RebeccaBryant18 https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2753-3881.

By denali
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Gifted Hands

Gifted Hands

Gifted Hands. WebQuest. Gifted Hands Introduction Task Process Resources Evaluation Conclusion. Introduction. In the following webquest you will examine the three surgeries that made Dr. Ben Carson a famous neurosurgeon. Home. Task.

By tavarius
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Researchers of Tomorrow

Researchers of Tomorrow

Researchers of Tomorrow. Over 10,000 responses from the first two years. More than 70 HEIs. Students from all disciplines. Identifying clear trends. Setting the national context. All the data will be made available for reuse. The study contributes to an evidence base that will:

By emma
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OpenAIREplus – Research Information 2020

OpenAIREplus – Research Information 2020

OpenAIREplus – Research Information 2020. Najla Rettberg University of Göttingen, Germany . Overview. What is OpenAIRE /plus about ? Services on top of Repositories Interoperability issues Heading towards Horizon 2020. 2. What is OpenAIRE ?. 2009 – 2012, 27 countries

By bat
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Karen MacMaster Highland Council 				26 th November 2013

Karen MacMaster Highland Council 26 th November 2013

Equality and Diversity Working together to support children and families from Scotland’s Travelling Communities. Karen MacMaster Highland Council 26 th November 2013. Terminology. Important to realise that Scotland’s Travelling people are not one homogeneous group

By lam
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Using What Works: Adapting Evidence-Based Programs to Fit Your Needs

Using What Works: Adapting Evidence-Based Programs to Fit Your Needs

Using What Works: Adapting Evidence-Based Programs to Fit Your Needs. Introducing an Important New Tool Carol Ann M. Covington, MS, NCI’s Cancer Information Service June 15, 2009. Pre-Test and Introduction.

By clove
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Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne EPFL

Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne EPFL

Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne EPFL. ScienceWise – JRA1. A web-based scientific platform to boost research. Motivation: The volume of research information outgrows our individual capacity to process it Publications and knowledge are scattered across different sources

By jarvis
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Engaging Parents in Career Conversations

Engaging Parents in Career Conversations

Engaging Parents in Career Conversations. Presenter/s: Venue: Date:. Acknowledgements. The following have contributed to the development of this resource: Gray Poehnell Canadian Career Development Foundation Career Education Association of Victoria Source Materials:

By wanda
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CARVING YOUR CARP

CARVING YOUR CARP

CARVING YOUR CARP. Some guidelines for your thesis statement and outline. Should be an answer to your research question Should be rooted in your research Should be argumentative Should begin with a transition (because it will appear near or at the end of your intro. paragraph)

By shina
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Animal Experimentation

Animal Experimentation

Animal Experimentation. A Necessary Evil, or Just Pure Evil?. Webquest modified by Sarah Bauhs from http://www.teacherwebquest.com/MN/UMN/AnimalRights/uh1.aspx. Introduction. How do you know if the medicine you take is safe?

By efia
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Research and consumer behaviour

Research and consumer behaviour

Research and consumer behaviour. Managers should have a concept of the market in their mind, but must treat the market pragmatically A prime example of being pragmatic is using research information Research information is a real marketing asset, it is rare, tacit and proprietary.

By gryta
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Repositories for research information management

Repositories for research information management

Repositories for research information management . Wolfram Horstmann. CERIF-CRIS and Repositories , Brussels , 12/13-oct-2011. The challenge. http://mhpbooks.com/mobylives/?p=33681 . Collaboration of researchers, administration & librarians!. Why CRIS & OA- Repositories ?.

By bryce
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Office of Research Oversight

Office of Research Oversight

Office of Research Oversight. What’s New in VHA Handbook 1058.01 Dated November 15, 2011. December 1, 2011. Summary of Changes. Reconciles reporting requirements with the recent realignment of ORO’s Regional Office (RO) and Central Office (CO) oversight groups

By karma
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How scientists work

How scientists work

How scientists work. What is a hypothesis?. A reasonable explanation of an observation or experimental result or a possible answer to a scientific question that can be answered. The hypothesis may or may not be supported by experimental results. Hypothesis, cont.

By rudolf
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Writing your rebuttal

Writing your rebuttal

Writing your rebuttal. Identifying the Other Side. The Purpose of a Rebuttal:. To show that you understand both sides of the argument To show that even though you understand the other side, you STILL chose your side Counters arguments that the other side has Makes your side look stronger.

By hali
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Expository paper: Research

Expository paper: Research

Expository paper: Research. Research information should be : 1. facts (no opinions or non-specific information) 2. Accomplishments 3. Awards, college degrees, honors 4. Inventions or what they founded/started 5. Who & how they influenced others 6. How they overcame a hardship

By alesia
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