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Centre for normativity and narrative This is the website of the Centre for Normativity and Narrative, based in the Philosophy Department of the University of Hertfordshire. The Centre belongs to the London Advanced Study Philosophy Programme and the Forum for European Philosophy. It aims to promote research and dialogue in the areas of normativity (what one ought to do, think, feel, and so on) and narrative (understood as the linear and meaningful, but not necessarily literary, structure of thought and/or action). It is also concerned with other areas of philosophy, with emphasis on philosophy of mind and the history of philos From New Humbul Resources on October 10, 2005 at 10:30 p.m..

The philosophical gourmet report The philosophical gourmet report ranks graduate philosophy departments throughout the English-speaking world annually, primarily on the basis of the quality of their faculty, but also taking into account the scope of individual faculty members and their availability in the short term. It is edited by Brian Leiter (University of Texas at Austin), and is the result of a survey of professional philosophers, who rate departments with a view to their attractiveness for prospective graduate students. The nature of the survey, the names of those philosophers surveyed, and the method and criteria of From New Humbul Resources on October 10, 2005 at 10:30 p.m..

Society for applied philosophy This is the official website for the Society of Applied Philosophy, a British organisation founded in 1975, and a forerunner in promoting rigorous philosophical work with a strong practical and social relevance. The Society publishes The Journal of Applied Philosophy three times a year. Shorter and more generally accessible articles can be found in the Society's newsletter, Philosophy Today, along with reports on meetings. Links to contents listings of both the Journal and the Newsletter can be found on the site, but access to full content is restricted. The Society organises lectures, From New Humbul Resources on October 10, 2005 at 10:30 p.m..

Philosophy news service (PNS) This is the website of the Philosophy News Service (PNS), designed to keep professional and non-professional philosophers informed of current events, issues and publications within the philosophical community or relevant to it. It has an editorial and advisory board of professional philosophers. Some of the content is harvested from other sites, and some has been written expressly for PNS. On the home page, there are links to online articles concerning current affairs or issues of philosophical interest. There is also a section on recent books with links through to reviews, publishers, and From New Humbul Resources on October 10, 2005 at 10:30 p.m..

Exploring Literary Criticism in Film and Literature The purpose of my project was to explore the mythic roots in film and literature. I researched the theory of archetypes and literary/film devices, read a number of novels/novellas and then viewed their film version to explore how each story conformed to a mythic tradition. From Maricopa Learning eXchange (MLX) Newest on October 10, 2005 at 5:30 p.m..

Guided Writing Guided writing involves the teacher working with small groups of students. In guided writing students apply the understandings they have gained from modelled and shared writing sessions, with varying degrees of support from the teacher. The students explore aspects of the writing process, which have been demonstrated. The teacher predetermines the teaching focus from observations and analysis of students' writing. The session is focussed on specific aspects of writing that students need to develop. From EdNA Online on October 10, 2005 at 2:55 a.m..

SEEK Learning - Online Certification, Training and References SEEK Learning offers award-winning, cost-effective online courses to meet the training, learning and certification needs of IT and business professionals. From EdNA Online on October 10, 2005 at 2:12 a.m..

Knowledge Commercialisation Australasia Annual Conference 2005 The Knowledge Commercialisation Australasia (KCA)Annual Conference 2005 will centre on the theme of : Success in Partnering. The importance of Australia's knowledge production, marketing and economic impact performance in sustaining a vibrant and competitive 21st Century economy and society, underpins the Conference objectives. The Conference will focus upon how to leverage knowledge, capabilities and capacity to improve delivery and community impact in the context of: The Drivers of the Knowledge Economy, Experience drawn from Overseas, Servicing R&D Outsourcing Organisations, Infrastruc From EdNA Online on October 10, 2005 at 2:12 a.m..

Three Generations of Women in My Family (Oral History Project) This oral history project was inspired by Anne Firor Scott who described how it could be done on the H-Women listserv... and challenged her readers to do it in the classroom. My intro WS students loved doing this project - some did better than others though, so I didn't put them all up online. When the students (and their family members) saw the results online and knew that the oral history tapes were placed in the University Oral History archives for future scholars to use them in their research -- they were so proud! This teaching and learning experience meant so much to them and me. I From MERLOT - 10 Most Recent Materials on October 10, 2005 at 2:12 a.m..

Inquiry Method on the Web for Intro Western Civ Course This course was an experiment for me in developing an online environment to support my face-to-face classes in introductory History of Western Civilization. Using the Internet for research had become all the rage for my students and this was my attempt to acknowledge this trend and to model -- in class -- how to analyze the myriad online resources and determine which ones (or which parts) relate to the topics we are studying. In-class group work after the 15 minute intro of the online website became standard and many used the in-class group to study out of class. Improved overall student perfo From MERLOT - 10 Most Recent Materials on October 10, 2005 at 2:12 a.m..

MANAGING CHANGE ACROSS BORDERS This article is an excerpt from a book titled “Working GlobeSmart: 12 People Skills for Doing Business Across Borders". It talks about the obstacles to change, the foreign capital company syndrome, and a ten-step recommendation for handling change. I found this article very interesting especially when it talks about the foreign capital company syndrome, “the negative cycle of misunderstanding and misguided efforts.” From MERLOT - 10 Most Recent Materials on October 10, 2005 at 2:12 a.m..

“Managing Through The Internet” This is an article about an interview with Dr John Gundry, Director of a UK-based company named Knowledge Ability Ltd that provides education and consulting services on virtual teaming and remote working on the subject of virtual teaming From MERLOT - 10 Most Recent Materials on October 10, 2005 at 2:12 a.m..

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