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Voyageur: An Experiential Travel Search Engine [article]

Sara Evensen, Aaron Feng, Alon Halevy, Jinfeng Li, Vivian Li, Yuliang Li, Huining Liu, George Mihaila, John Morales, Natalie Nuno, Ekaterina Pavlovic, Wang-Chiew Tan (+1 others)
2019 arXiv   pre-print
We describe Voyageur, which is an application of experiential search to the domain of travel.  ...  Unlike traditional search engines for online services, experiential search focuses on the experiential aspects of the service under consideration.  ...  An experiential search engine is based on the observation that at a fundamental level, users seek to satisfy an experiential need.  ... 
arXiv:1903.01498v1 fatcat:ezj7utkngzeo3hyfiwrnmf32hu

'Sending them beyond the Sea': Andrew Marvell, the Earl of Clare, and Tutoring in the Restoration

Steph Coster
2017 Marvell Studies  
Mapletoft; see below) stemmed from his puritan beliefs; equally, Clare was interested in an already well-traveled candidate, not merely one 'who had been only in France'.  ...  Clare's correspondence is never explicit about the apparent advantages of travel, but we can turn to other contemporary related accounts. 23 Edward Calamy, An account of the ministers, lecturers, masters  ...  Marvell, we might assume then, had sufficient contacts among nonconformist tutors to suggest suitable candidates; possibly contacts made while at Cambridge as an undergraduate, men who had since joined  ... 
doi:10.16995/ms.9 fatcat:kmoe65gcijho7nhbrfx65dxkiu

Youth Hostels and Hostile Locals: Vancouver's 'Battle of Jericho,' 1970

Linda Mahood
2020 Urban history review  
Le tourisme, désiré ou non, a la capacité de créer des conflits entre voyageurs et résidents.  ...  Rather than create incentives and employment schemes to keep young people at home, Secretary of State Gérard Pelletier created an experiential travel program.  ...  in residences was a problem at many Canadian universities. 121 In Vancouver, students held "tent-ins" to protest the housing shortage and the September issue of the UBC's Ubyssey informed students in search  ... 
doi:10.3138/uhr.48.1.004 fatcat:j3b2i22ynbc3jlh2zfm3qstsxm

"The world is too large": Philosophical Mobility and Urban Space in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Paris

S. Van Damme
2006 French Historical Studies  
Thus the presentation of places of knowledge did not simply conform to the logic of the description or to the list; they could also take the form of an experiential account.  ...  To do this, he worked with engineers to draw up sectional plans.  ... 
doi:10.1215/00161071-2006-004 fatcat:f64wckhefjg3lnfam2toxnflsm

Towards Mindless Stress Regulation in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems: A Systematic Review

Adolphe J. Béquet, Antonio R. Hidalgo-Muñoz, Christophe Jallais
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
technological implementation in the driving context and identifying complementary technologies relying on subtle regulation that could be applied in driving.Methods: A systematic review was conducted using search  ...  The patents and scientific studies selected provide an overview of actual and potential mindless technology implementations. These are then analyzed from a scientific perspective.  ...  ., Optics or Engineering).  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.609124 pmid:33424721 pmcid:PMC7786307 fatcat:xunksx5kznh25duudwqybb4nfy

Travel journalism 2.0 Tourists' motivations, expectations, and practices online

Bryan Pirolli
unpublished
URL : http://surlejournalisme.com/rev Bryan Pirolli-Travel journalism 2.0.  ...  Pour citer cet article Référence électronique Bryan Pirolli, « Travel journalism 2.0.  ...  Several studies point to the increased importance of social media in travel research, especially in part to popular search engines like Google (Xiang and Gretzel, 2010) .  ... 
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IRRODL Volume 12, Number 1; Special Issue: Prior, Experiential, and Informal Learning in the Age of Information and Communication Technologies

Various Authors
2011 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
Open University, UK Herman and Kirkup (2008) produced an interesting study on the use of e-portfolios for mature students returning to employment in the science, engineering, and technology sectors.  ...  For example, in performing and studio arts areas, an experiential portfolio would be expected to demonstrate the learning.  ...  With funding from several U.S. philanthropic organizations, the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) is launching Learning Counts, a national online service that will offer students a range  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v12i1.1111 fatcat:ffcvbwt6ejeolkldjres5e3dzu

Compilation of 51 case study profiles; overviews and in-depth investigations

Kristin Tovaas, Saydrina Govender, Ralf Brand, Michele Masnata, Christian Melchiorre, Andrea Lorenzini, Lidia Sala, Sarah Brooke, Caitlin Cottrill, Steve Wright, Ruud Van der Ploeg, Thomas Geier (+1 others)
2019 Zenodo  
Software: To support new and existing accessible car sharing groups Autodelen.net has developed several tools, including an online reservation tool and an online search engine to find candidates and car  ...  -Efficiency (e.g. decreasing travel times, improving connections at interchanges, etc.) -Innovative non-IT technologies (e.g. engines, vehicles, infrastructure, street furniture, etc.)  ...  However, despite the reasonable cost, funding has to be anticipated as it is an evolving and spreading project (adaptation of travel information documents, etc.) requiring regular small investments.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5747631 fatcat:36wyodvrmvewbiqrkgi3e2nkrm

6. Underground Visions: Strategies of Resistance along the Amsterdam Metro Lines [chapter]

Ginette Verstraete, Christoph Lindner, Andrew Hussey
2013 Paris-Amsterdam Underground  
Hence the emergence of the transnational underground network of the Beats and their followers, for whom geography is both an accident and an inspiration.  ...  Most significantly, both essays express an anxiety about Amsterdam's countercultural self-image as mediated through the spectacularization of the underground.  ...  It shows a male figure standing in front of a map of the metro, stretching out an arm as if to search for his itinerary.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9789048518203-008 fatcat:hiwk7fap4vhmlghhmmp4z2k3vi

Download Full Issue

Stuart J Murray
2017 MediaTropes  
But this story, like so many stories, is also an echo. 4 Two years earlier, in 2015, Nicklen released a photograph of another skinny polar bear, 5 another ostensible effect of melting sea ice, another  ...  If, as George Wenzel put it in an interview on Isuma TV in 2010, the "iconic image of a polar bear standing on a little piece of ice" has since at least the 1980s threatened to displace the relations-rhetorical  ...  We begin with an overview of the literature concerning digital media in the context of decolonizing research. We then explore podcasting as a research methodology before laying out our case study.  ... 
doaj:0fee0f09e3414316982889748bfebf04 fatcat:5gegqmjnrvfa7a5e6uurjukdk4

Mobile phones: the new talking drums of everyday Africa

Vincent Tickner
2010 Review of African Political Economy  
Many young Internet users had never used or heard of Google or other search engines. Instead of using search engines, several web users mentioned memorizing or even guessing URLs.  ...  Limited use of the World Wide Web and search engines did not mean that young people did not formulate questions and seek answers on the Internet.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00233601003630252 fatcat:ameptcfzovfznd6cnugyh5uqqi

Book Reviews Vol VII No 1, full text

Contributing Authors
1997 The Northern Mariner  
Voyageurs and adventurers made the bay the terminus and waypoint of westbound trade and exploration.  ...  These minor blemishes aside, The Liverpool Dock Engineers is an important, and sometimes a compelling, volume.  ...  Installation is simple and the navigation system permits searches by country, aircraft model, name, number or manufacturer. Crossreferencing is possible.  ... 
doi:10.25071/2561-5467.684 fatcat:b7bcwitn2zd4rneglknwdzyzvu

Book Reviews Vol XXVIII No 3, full text

Contributing Authors
2019 The Northern Mariner  
In the seventeenth century, French Canadian voyageurs paddled down the St. Lawrence River from Montreal to the Great Lakes in search of furs.  ...  Running between six and ten pages they make for an easy, quick read that is entertaining, informative and full of travel tips for readers traveling in the area.  ...  Can you imagine an industry powered by labourers with an average age of 55?  ... 
doi:10.25071/2561-5467.435 fatcat:ndhxpreipjbrhbala6ensnti4u

Book Reviews Vol VII No 3, full text

Contributing Authors
1997 The Northern Mariner  
(comp.) an increasingly large base of documentation.  ...  Signals Intelligence in World War II: A Research Guide is an unusually good example of that genre.  ...  One of the authors has known Georgian Bay during a lifetime of summer vacations and both have travelled it by boat, giving them a feeling for the region as well as opportunities to search out anecdotes  ... 
doi:10.25071/2561-5467.686 fatcat:7og77kfgvnb35gps7u4dglxlca

The practical: a language for curriculum

Joseph J. Schwab
2013 Journal of Curriculum Studies  
Teachers also turn to research to address a specific content need, such as gathering information for an upcoming lesson.  ...  Namely, teachers tend to look to research in response to an immediate, pressing concern such as how to best teach fractions to English language learners (ELLs).  ...  A number of teachers mentioned difficulty in using search engines effectively, deciding which research is credible, and making decisions about which sources to trust when studies contradict one another  ... 
doi:10.1080/00220272.2013.809152 fatcat:44dxoqib3ngl3em6ul7c5awr3a
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