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Review: The Liar by Stephen Fry (Published at Atticus Review)

“I can fool all of the people all of the time.” A bold statement thought by a bold character, Stephen Fry’s protagonist Adrian Healey quickly sets the tone of Fry’s fast-paced, wit-filled dramedy   134 more words

Book Review

The ephemeral approach of doing

A different way of thinking about the world from home environments, bank transactions and food shopping to learning environments characterizes current societies. IKEA, the Internet and technological devices have contributed to this phenomenon in different areas. 993 more words

Information Design

Getting an overview of the literature via review articles

By Gordon Rugg

Review articles are an extremely useful resource when you’re starting a literature review, and when you’re about to start some new research. However, most students have never heard of them. 1,984 more words

Useful Concepts

Wrapping up Week 7

This is a long overdue posting. I have decided to focus on writing and revising my paper rather than logging my progress on the blog daily. 280 more words

A Journal Article In 12 Weeks

Virtual teams

While the infrastructure for supporting virtual teams is available, it is still required to learn how to manage them effectively. Powell et al. (2004) conduct a review of literature based on the… 235 more words

CSCL

PGCHE Educational Study – update

Almost a third of the way through the time allowed for the PGCHE Educational Study – which is a kind of mini-dissertation and I’m struggling to get me head straight. 673 more words

Opinion

[Book Review] The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.

A truly awesome read. I was actually surprised at how much I enjoyed it, I thought the excitement would have been taken away because I already know what happens (I have seen the movies) but nope, it was one hell of a page turner. 543 more words

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