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JALT 2014 Proceedings (final draft of my paper)

This is the short article I wrote based on my poster.

A huge thank you to Melodie Cook and the two anonymous reviewers.

This paper explains the merits of an outreach project conducted through video conferencing between Japanese sixth graders, supported by local Japanese university students, and overseas university students in the United States. 81 more words


ICYMI: This is a motherfucking website and I wrote a motherfucking conference article about it

The post in which I review motherfuckingwebsite.com and propose some changes to make it even more perfect (see here) is the most widely read post on my blog by far. 197 more words


A Woman of Science: Marie Curie's Legacy

An Essay by Santana Berryman

Marie Slodowska Curie was a woman of science whose scientific advancements in the 18th and 19th centuries still affect us today. 1,206 more words

From Segregation to Integration in the English Hospital System: 1914-45

Author: Professor Barry Doyle (University of Huddersfield)

In the years before the creation of the National Health Service (NHS) the hospitals of England were divided between two providers – acute and specialist voluntary institutions treating a range of mostly curable conditions and a much larger number of municipally controlled establishments providing isolation for infectious diseases or with roots in the nineteenth century poor law. 1,092 more words

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