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Ancient Egyptian Funerary Technology; Embracing Death through Cultural Beliefs, Rituals, and Mummification.

Final Paper, COMPSTD 2367.04, SP 2015,
George H. Uhrman, Jr., DVM, 04/24/2015

Ancient Egyptian Funerary Technology;
Embracing Death through Cultural Beliefs, Rituals, and Mummification.

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Technogenesis

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As I sit here looking for sources for my huge (and annoying) group paper, I think to myself, “self, you’re too old for this” 249 more words

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Luther, Frances D., and Justin Pickering. “Using Web 2.0 Learning Environments To Address Diversity: A Diversity-Education Example.” Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin 81.3 (2015): 28-34. Academic Search Premier. 94 more words

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Heejoo, Kim, et al. “Using Touch-Screen Technology, Apps, And Blogs To Engage And Sustain High School Students’ Interest In Chemistry Topics.” Journal Of Chemical Education 91.11 (2014): 1818-1822.  144 more words

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Glogoff, S. 2005. Instructional blogging: Promoting interactivity, student-centered learning, and peer input. Innovate 1 (5). http://www.innovateonline.info/index.php?view=article&id=126 (May 29, 2005).

This article was similar to the rest of the ones I found when it mentioned the advantages of blogging in the classroom. 147 more words

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Walatka, T. (2012). Hub-and-Spoke Student Blogging and Advantages for Classroom Discussion. Teaching Theology & Religion, 15(4), 372-383. http://web.a.ebscohost.com/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?sid=7c30c9b5-53f2-41bf-95f5-db785ec721a2%40sessionmgr4002&vid=6&hid=4101

This article describes how blogging can be a beneficial technique used in the classroom. 117 more words

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