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James C. Leonard, Heidi E. Townsend
1996 Postgraduate medicine  
For over 30 years the Institute has been a focus of knowledge and practical experience in employment and training policy, the operation of labour markets and human resource planning and development.  ...  IES expertise is available to all organisations through research, consultancy, publications and the Internet. • peer pressure and subject/career choice.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors are indebted to Catherine Mortimer of the Engineering Technology Board for her helpful comments, and to James Walker-Hebborn, Denise Hassany and Carol Barber at IES for their  ... 
doi:10.1080/00325481.1996.11946129 pmid:29224534 fatcat:7ugo3hrkzndzvkz3qiuumcrj3u

Contrastive Sets and Framing: A Case Study in Scientific Writing [article]

Paul J. Camp
2013 arXiv   pre-print
I describe an activity created to help our students learn how to write a scientific paper by reverse engineering a contrastive set of existing papers.  ...  This leads to a reasonable strategy for further investigation. First, I describe the conception and design of the activity structure, and how a contrastive set was constructed.  ...  I would also like to thank the students of the Spelman College Physics 151 course, Spring of 2012, for being so clever and engaging, as well as the members of the Solo PER community for serving as a virtual  ... 
arXiv:1306.4944v1 fatcat:alvmr3hg2jb6hnfq3g3b3rjqcm

NeuroLab Research Experiences: Extending the CURE Design Framework into an Informal Science Setting Dedicated to Pre-College STEM Instruction

Ralph Imondi, Kristin M. Bass, Ruchita Patel, Linda Santschi
2019 Journal of STEM outreach  
Our goal is to demonstrate the feasibility of using the CURE framework as a uniform reference point for other informal science programs aimed at making life science research accessible to younger learners  ...  Course-based undergraduate research experiences (CUREs) represent distinctive learning environments that are organized around a well-articulated design framework aimed at broadening student participation  ...  We extend a special acknowledgement to Margaret Chow, Megan Fentress, Miranda Mize, Patricia Rodriguez, Jaqueline Rose Lam, and Brianna Ruiz for their hard work and perseverance as TAs and out-of-lab student  ... 
doi:10.15695/jstem/v2i1.08 pmid:32832882 pmcid:PMC7434106 fatcat:z3zu2vddpzbdvmhzhtuontcxyu

A study of a new teaching mind set: Redirecting attention away from the instructor and putting attention on the learner and the learning

uirak Kim
2017 Journal of Problem-Based Learning  
traditional classroom and capturing the students' existing engagement with information technology.  ...  There was also a need to find a way in which an instructor, who is willing to introduce e-learning to general education, could easily utilize e-learning in their courses.  ...  Smartphones and tablets allow students to have easier access to information and the internet has opened up a wealth of knowledge to students of all ages.  ... 
doi:10.24313/jpbl.2017.4.1.35 fatcat:rwe2d7ymgndprowabvztdetj4e

User Interactions with Electronic Finding Aids in a Controlled Setting

Christopher Prom
2004 The American Archivist  
as undergraduate students.  ...  The target population included a mix of people likely to be expert and novice users: undergraduate students, past archives users, graduate students, and archivists.  ...  A p p e n d i x Survey Questions and Tabulated Responses I am a: Off  ... 
doi:10.17723/aarc.67.2.7317671548328620 fatcat:dq5qjefwbjdhfluilhxrplaoeq

The Impact of Project Creation on Learning Mathematics in a Transdisciplinary Setting

Glenda Collazo Rivera
2020 International Journal of Educational Methodology  
The emphasis in treatment was for students to experience a transdisciplinary environment.  ...  As part of the project they used their knowledge of science and mathematics to solve the situation.  ...  In keeping with this activity, students modeled the compost on a poster and posted it on school walls to bring the information to the school community.  ... 
doi:10.12973/ijem.6.2.405 fatcat:hzejcia6yzez3h4uhvylqn7taq

An Examination Of The Current State Of Accounting Information Systems Education

Thomas G. Calderon, John J. Cheh, Michael D. Chatham
2011 Review of Business Information Systems (RBIS)  
This paper reviews several factors that drive the need for a closer examination of accounting information systems (AIS) education and provides an assessment of the current state of AIS education in the  ...  The assessment draws from two separate sets of guidelines for AIS education, published by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and Information Systems Audit and Control Association.  ...  auditing and financial reporting ever closer to being real-time tasks.  ... 
doi:10.19030/rbis.v6i2.4569 fatcat:5ododjubjrd4lgg2rizdfwgq2e

The Value of Participant Feedback: Insights from Learners in a Novel, Non-University CLE Setting in China

Alexandra Grey
2020 International Journal of Clinical Legal Education  
In the scholarship on Clinical Legal Education (CLE), there is relatively little attention to "insider" (participant) perspectives, a skew towards Global North CLE studies, and little exploration of innovations  ...  Taking these critical observations as its starting point, and seeking to extend the scholarship in these regards, this paper explores data from 72 feedback questionnaires completed in 2011 and 2012 by  ...  They were predominantly law students, with a small number of undergraduate students from other disciplines who intended to study postgraduate law in the future.  ... 
doi:10.19164/ijcle.v27i2.959 fatcat:n4osp5whubeghnpaou2yfikuji

The accessibility of research-based knowledge for nurses in United Kingdom acute care settings

Carl Thompson, Dorothy McCaughan, Nicky Cullum, Trevor A. Sheldon, Anne Mulhall, David R. Thompson
2001 Journal of Advanced Nursing  
resources were seen as the most accessible and (c) moving towards technology ± in which information technology begins to be seen as accessible.  ...  Three perspectives on accessibility were identi®ed: (a) the humanist ± in which human sources of information were the most accessible; (b) local information for local needs ± in which locally produced  ...  Acknowledgements The authors acknowledge the three case sites, pilots, nurses and managers involved who so willingly allowed us access to their decisions.  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1365-2648.2001.01938.x pmid:11555045 fatcat:lyqd74stqrbxbdpgvkak7srx2y

How OERs can help a Strategically Important and Vulnerable Subject Area - Quantitative Social Science

Jackie Carter
2012 Journal of Interactive Media in Education  
Investment at the postgraduate level has resulted in progress in 'capacity building' for researchers, and attention is now turning to the undergraduate level.  ...  In the UK the 2010 Royal Statistical Society campaign -getstatsand the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) have identified a pressing need to promote the use and understanding of statistical data  ...  There was a short discussion on skillsets and attitudes to QM learning that social science students bring to their undergraduate studies.  ... 
doi:10.5334/2012-16 fatcat:kurxp4rdlzf6fjfeeomlh2sxqa

Designing Blended Learning in Higher Education: The Neomillenial Learner and Mediated Immersion

Karen Le Rossignol
2009 International Journal of the Humanities  
Do Dede's neomillenial learners synthesise and process experiences rather than (or as well as) information? Is this mediated immersion a part of Newlandia's applicability to the modern learner?  ...  community activist groups working for solutions to a water problem; and a virtual scenario which can appeal to and engage an internationalised user group.  ...  This situated work-based learning needs to build in the transfer of knowledge learned in one situation to another, leading to improved performance in a real-world setting.  ... 
doi:10.18848/1447-9508/cgp/v06i10/42546 fatcat:6rafe73xufbj3a4zaq247t7uc4

Client-based experiential learning and the librarian: Information literacy for the real world

Andy Spackman
2016 Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship  
The shift from academic learning to experiential learning requires a corresponding shift in the way librarians approach information literacy.  ...  Business schools have increasingly turned to client-based experiential learning to better prepare their graduates with skills and abilities that translate to the workplace.  ...  science, all bringing their different abilities and perspectives to bear on the projects commissioned by real-world clients.  ... 
doi:10.1080/08963568.2016.1226616 fatcat:5m4mf5c5kjhsphfto6yamxr7ay

Evaluation strategies in active learning in higher education in health: integrative review

Monike Alves Lemes, Maria José Sanches Marin, Carlos Alberto Lazarini, Silvia Cristina Mangini Bocchi, Elza de Fátima Ribeiro Higa
2021 Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem  
to analyze scientific evidence on evaluation strategies for active learning methods in health undergraduate programs. integrative literature review in the Medical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System  ...  Online, Latin American and Caribbean Literature in Health Sciences, Nursing Database, Scopus, Web of Science and Education Resources Information Center databases. different evaluation strategies are used  ...  It is worth mentioning that the elaboration of a theoretical evaluation at the BPA can contextualize the problems addressed in the tutorials, in order to bring the student closer to real experience (29  ... 
doi:10.1590/0034-7167-2020-1055 pmid:34037155 fatcat:3ja7kabxpjbm3nv6vehkkpkase

A FRAMEWORK FOR AN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING LEARNING FACILITY PARADIGM TOWARD INDUSTRY 4.0

Samuel Mensah Sackey, Andre Bester, Dennit Quewan Adams
2020 South African Journal of Industrial Engineering  
As the industrial world inches ever closer to adopting the Industry 4.0 paradigm, it becomes necessary to evolve a model industrial engineering (IE) learning facility framework that is comprehensive enough  ...  and deployed to maximise the practical experiences of students.  ...  manufacturing systems to evolve realistic learning environments that bring student experiences closer to real practice [7] .  ... 
doi:10.7166/31-1-1796 fatcat:iyvznqtqxvdw5axvhetvmhd53m

An interactive and team approach to multimedia design curriculum

Min Wu, K.J.R. Liu
2005 IEEE Signal Processing Magazine  
This will, in turn, allow people all over the world to overcome physical distances and access a huge amount of text, image, audio, and video information through networks.  ...  The merger of computing and communications has created a ubiquitous infrastructure that brings digital multimedia closer to users, opening up tremendous educational and commercial opportunities in multimedia  ... 
doi:10.1109/msp.2005.1550186 fatcat:n624wbioybdtvmiugyuirw5emi
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