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New Link Category and Links Added

Created a new link Category today focusing on Canadian Expeditionary Force Units. The quality of the pages varies but the efforts of the people doing this work is always appreciated. 169 more words

Canadian Expitionary Forces

Using Sources in the Final Project

The final project assignment says that you must “must in some way ‘use’ at least ten outside sources”–but in some ways, that’s kind of vague. Aren’t there lots of ways to use sources? 1,222 more words

Instructor Blog

Sources: Choe Namseon’s "Bulham-munhwa-ron" – The great lineage of Joseon sindo 神道

Below is a translation of another representative chapter from Choe Namseon’s Bulham-munhwa-ron. This chapter was not so easy to render into English and so the translation should be understood only as giving the basic impression of what was originally written. 1,684 more words

Why providing sources is vital - even for the Government chief scientific adviser

The Government’s Chief Scientific Adviser, Sir Mark Walport, has published his first annual report, “Innovation: managing risk, not avoiding it”.

It’s not a light read but it is an important one.  645 more words

Better Communication

Sources: Choe Namseon's "Bulham-munhwa-ron" - last chapter

The following is a translation of the concluding chapter of Choe Namseon’s Bulham munhwa-ron (不咸文化論 불함문화론 ‘discourse on Bulham culture’) completed in December 1925 and first published in August 1927. 1,504 more words

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On this day

The Daily Telegraph, one of the oldest and most established newspapers in Britain has done the amazing thing of publishing it’s newspapers from the First World War. 59 more words