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Oral History and Memory: A Personal Journey

Margaret Randall
2016 Kamchatka: Revista de Análisis Cultural  
The way I went about it responded to my lack of formal training-I had no university degree, wasn't an anthropologist or ethnographer.  ...  It's also no accident that feminist thought and practice have contributed to defining the why's and how's of doing oral history.  ...  To my mind it was simple: if I wanted to know if the Cuban revolution was making women's lives different, I had to ask the women themselves.  ... 
doi:10.7203/kam.6.7605 fatcat:brm722vl65c27i4hlwcua7ydw4

Computational psychotherapy research: Scaling up the evaluation of patient–provider interactions

Zac E. Imel, Mark Steyvers, David C. Atkins
2015 Psychotherapy  
Computational psychotherapy research has the potential to scale up the study of psychotherapy to thousands of sessions at a time, and we conclude by discussing the implications of computational methods  ...  In psychotherapy, the patient-provider interaction contains the treatment's active ingredients.  ...  The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health or University of Utah.  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0036841 pmid:24866972 pmcid:PMC4245387 fatcat:qvexplw4b5cctbhlazgf5ryddu

The Compass for Statistical Researchers [article]

Daniele Durante, Davide Vidotto, Sabrina Vettori
2015 arXiv   pre-print
As we play the game of research in that limbo between student and academic, one thing among Prof.  ...  We have hiked many miles alongside several professors as we traversed our statistical path -- a regime switching trail which changed direction following a class on the foundations of our discipline.  ...  We also thank Bruno Scarpa, Antonio Canale, Maria Terres, Jacopo Soriano and Davide Salanitri for the fruitful discussion and edits on an early version of the manuscript.  ... 
arXiv:1501.01908v1 fatcat:y2y2k4jbr5edvagu67mfsg6c3e

The Use Of Ict And E-Learning In Higher Education In Japan

Kumiko Aoki
2010 Zenodo  
E-learning, which is supposed to revolutionalize the way people learn as it has potentials to enable more student-centered learning, has not been realized in Japan and mostly used to perpetuate the teachercentered  ...  Japan is known to be a technological powerhouse, being noted for its automobiles, consumer electronics, laptop computers, portable gaming devices, and more recently healing animal robots.  ...  This strategy aims to complete the national reform through IT by the year 2010 to make Japan the frontrunner who leads IT revolution.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1071140 fatcat:nqzh4stoojeonct5tyws3yodim

Taking Blockchain Seriously

Robert Herian
2018 Law and Critique  
In this short essay I introduce some of the problems in the regulation of blockchain and offer counter-narratives aimed at cutting through the hype fuelling the ascendency of this most contemporary of  ...  Blockchain is telling (and showing) us something very important about the evolution of capital and neoliberal economic reason, and the likely impact in the near future on forms and patterns of work, social  ...  commercialisation of cyberspace on the one hand, and a parallel ungovernable 'dark-net' on the other.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10978-018-9226-y fatcat:i2m764xdund4jk3snwmqscuase

Hundred Day War: The Cultural Revolution at Tsinghua University

William Hinton
1972 Monthly review  
Revolutionizing Education 263 26 Revolutionizing Education As the staff members returned to their posts they plunged into the educational revolution that the Propaganda Team, now a permanent feature  ...  Never forget the lessons of history. Continue making revolution and go forward always.  ...  Today's parallel is close.  ... 
doi:10.14452/mr-024-03-1972-07_1 fatcat:hw3wtceqxnaibh64fqz72g7dyi

Education – School Financing and University Reform [chapter]

Nika Gilauri
2016 Practical Economics  
The chapter concludes with a discussion of the plan to establish an American University in Georgia.  ...  This chapter tells the story of how Georgia's government reformed higher education in Georgia by diverting the flow of financing from institutions, such as schools and universities, to customers, i.e.,  ...  "How's your English, Niko?", I asked him in English, but he didn't answer and tried to change the subject. This made me even more curious. "Did you even go to the UK?"  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-45769-7_10 fatcat:yzlyrd7ugjdv3cb2joa3njqwfm

Choreographic buttons

Andrew Webb, Andruid Kerne, Eunyee Koh, Pranesh Joshi, YoungJoo Park, Ross Graeber
2006 Proceedings of the 14th annual ACM international conference on Multimedia - MULTIMEDIA '06  
We employed off-the-shelf computer vision technology.  ...  Movement became the basis for the choreography of gestures, the development of gesture recognition, and the development of imagery and visualization.  ...  The unstructured nature of the social events did not interfere with the procedures of our user study. The switching of context from "Hey, how's it going?"  ... 
doi:10.1145/1180639.1180731 dblp:conf/mm/WebbKKJPG06 fatcat:sarzei4n45cframach6j4broa4

Intratextuality, Trauma, and the Posthuman in Thomas Pynchon'sBleeding Edge

Francisco Collado-Rodríguez
2016 Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction  
for the reader to ponder on the present condition of America.  ...  The analysis of the intricate textual implications of Bleeding Edge point to information, terrorism, and web addiction as the new dangerous limits that the heroine in Bleeding Edge has to cope with if  ...  Once more, parallelisms with The Crying of Lot 49 start to surface.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00111619.2015.1121860 fatcat:gwngmokdtjaxxmtff4j2yxjiie

Hot, Flat, and Crowded: Why We Need a Green Revolution—and How It Can Renew America, by Thomas L. Friedman. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2008. Hardcover, 448 pages, $27.95. ISBN-10: 0-374-16685-4

Denis Collins
2010 Business Ethics Quarterly  
In vivid, entertaining chapters, Friedman makes it clear that the green revolution we need is like no revolu tion the world has seen.  ...  Not only is American leadership the key to the healing of the earth; it is also our best strategy for the renewal of America.  ...  (Congress has not yet appropriated the money.) So how's China doing?  ... 
doi:10.5840/beq20102019 fatcat:xiwdmrhqcngk3nxq5shehrrhsy

Total Quality Leadership [chapter]

2015 Encyclopedia of Trauma Care  
, and yell out to the line crew down in the ditch, "How's it going?"  ...  We've initiated an effort to enhance our total operations in parallel with the redesign program.  ...  The use of a simulated production environment to teach the application of continuous improvement concepts will also be modeled. A-7 Appendix Mr  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-29613-0_101523 fatcat:aj6tl2l4azfcbpznhtrfkwksru

The psychology of memory, extended cognition, and socially distributed remembering

John Sutton, Celia B. Harris, Paul G. Keil, Amanda J. Barnier
2010 Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences  
We start by examining the case for extended cognition based on the complementarity of inner and outer resources, by which neural, bodily, social, and environmental resources with disparate but complementary  ...  We respond with a more principled, representative survey of the scientific psychology of memory, focussing in particular on robust recent empirical traditions for the study of collaborative recall and  ...  Acknowledgements The research was funded by an Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Project grant DP0770271 to Amanda Barnier and John Sutton and an ARC Australian Research Fellowship to Amanda  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11097-010-9182-y fatcat:r6plwtttkvayhl7pz5e5xna2r4

Pre‐service secondary mathematics teachers' beliefs about the nature of technology in the classroom

Keith R. Leatham
2007 Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education  
You’re using mathematics with this computer. But if you don’t understand what’s going on, and you type something in incorrectly, then how’s the computer going to know?  ...  Ben: The equation for your line of sight is going to be a parallel line. When I say parallel, I mean parallel with the ground. But it depends on the ground.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14926150709556726 fatcat:3v763sf26basnaofx7pqjgidnm

The Effects of Computer Assisted Instruction on Student Achievement in High School Biology

Patricia D. Morrell
1992 School Science and Mathematics  
Evans The purpose of this study was to determine if computer assisted instructional (CAI) tutorials in high school biology differ in effectiveness in terms of student academic achievement when compared  ...  For the genetics lesson, the two groups reversed roles, with the former control group receiving the CAI instruction.  ...  The first was a computer simulation of natural selection; the control group paralleled this activity with a bean- counting laboratory exercise.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1949-8594.1992.tb12168.x fatcat:pex7qkzsozfs5cb6dmcnnfitna

Speculative Physics: the Ontology of Theory and Experiment in High Energy Particle Physics and Science Fiction [article]

Clarissa Ai Ling Lee
2014 arXiv   pre-print
There are two levels of conversations going on in the dissertation; at the first level, the discussion is centered on a critical historiography and philosophical implications of the discovery Higgs boson  ...  The conceptualization of the variants of the double-slit experiment informs the aforementioned critical comparisons.  ...  Just some theoretical point about subnuclear physics, how's that going to - " Who is to say? What avatar? The point is that we were believed.  ... 
arXiv:1406.5636v1 fatcat:xdy4cigbizcrna3hpkk2r2r6xq
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