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Gujarat Population 1960-2001

Kaleidoscope – The Demographics of Gujarat (1960 – 2001)

A tool called Kaleidoscope have a large database of Census population for entire of Gujarat from the Census year 1961 till 2001. 233 more words

Learn By Doing

Tips for Avoiding a Stressful Application Semester

By Kyle Brett and Megan Bruening

Are you applying to Ph.D. programs? Feeling a bit overwhelmed by trying to balance work, apps, and your much needed social life? 1,303 more words


Exciting Workshops Just Ahead! Wikipedia, Scalar, Tableau and More...

We are very excited for our next Teaching with Technology workshops and hope you can join us! We promise you will leave these workshops inspired and excited to try new tools in the classroom and in your own research. 179 more words


How to write an email

This post is dedicated to the art of writing an email. If you are an adept emailer, this probably seems redundant. However, many tutors, lecturers or researchers would agree that it’s a skill that not everyone possesses. 734 more words


Three Tips for Qualitative Interviewing

This week in my Technology in Education course we’re experimenting with PowToon to create short animated videos. We were asked to create a short educational tool that we could use in our teaching. 707 more words


Digital literacy: Better Googling. Parent sessions

Recently we ran some Digital literacy session for parents. They were run over three evening and were hour-long session designed to give parents an idea about the tips we give to their sons. 107 more words


Reading lists and RSS feeds

This is the second day of my PhD, or at least the week before I technically register and gain the all important library card that will allow me to ransack the library and be officially a student for the 4th time! 609 more words