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Teaching with Primary Sources: The Charlotte Lederer Story

By Carrie Schwier

This blog post is drawn from one case study shared during a talk given at the 2017 SAA annual conference during Session 106 Active Learning for Archival Institutions: From Theory to Practice. 1,420 more words

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Gibberish, Urban Legends & Life Hacks

As I was surfing recently, I thought – as I frequently have – that most of the phrases and idioms used today would be incomprehensible 100 years ago.  493 more words


Jax Jones releases new single "Breathe" BOP or FLOP???

Seems producer and artist Jax Jones has released another song entitled “Breathe” 

The song itself is a heavy dance track, with his signature logo on an item of packaging logo this time on a box of breath mints! 234 more words


Re-Examining the Test Automation Pyramid (Part II)



I started the process by listing the major modes of testing we were likely to engage in, as a team. I wanted to start out generically, and iterate over that to account for specific requirements that have been given to the current team I am working in. 833 more words

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Class Report: ENGL 135, 7 December 2017

Owing to concerns of weather and travel, class was cancelled with permission from University supervision. An assignment meant to compensate for the cancellation was posted to the course shell and is due as a  109 more words


Fat Free Blueberry Muffins- Whey Good

You know when you have lots of leftover whey from making homemade yogurt and you aren’t sure what to do with it?  What?  You aren’t saving tons of money and eliminating grams of sugar from your diet by making your own yogurt?  135 more words

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Re-Examining the Test Automation Pyramid (Part I)


     The testing (or sometimes test automation) pyramid that we’ve all come to know and love is great! It’s a perfect conversation starter for assessing what the most valuable things to test, or areas to test in, are. 363 more words

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