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Sharing 1780s ‘Fishy Fashion’: a 4th Year Case Study in Public History by Peryn Westerhof Nyman and Adam Hodges-LeClaire

Blog written by Adam Hodges-LeClaire

While most students will simply go to archives to conduct their research, others go further in their pursuits to understand the past. 628 more words


Help with Understanding Research: Online vs. Print Sources

I’ve been dealing recently with a lot of questions about finding secondary source material for assignments. I often find that students have a hard time understanding which sources are appropriate scholarly sources, as well as which sources are considered “online” sources and which are not. 1,174 more words

The Basics

2017 International Students' scholarships at Coventry University, UK Application Deadline: 30 June 2017

Coventry University is offering scholarships to international fee-paying students applying for a full-time undergraduate degree programme for September 2017 intake. These scholarships will be awarded to self-funded students. 130 more words

International Students

I wrote a thing. Over there -->

I haven’t written here in a super long while.  But Hannah and I wrote a thing, published In that Library with the Lead Pipe place. 157 more words


Making Science Real in Non-Majors Science Class

For the longest time, I complained about teaching one class, non-majors biology. While many teaching assistants complained about students, for me, it was the content I was teaching. 897 more words

Public Understanding Of Science

University lecturers need to be trained to teach

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

Besides knowing what to teach university students, professors should also be equipped with effective teaching skills.

I believe most university lecturers in our local universities do not need to attend any formal teaching classes. 303 more words

Current Affairs

Increasing our capacity

Last year, we began a major shifting project. The new shelves are ridiculously tall and very deep. Material can be “dense packed” meaning that there is a whole lot of stuff every shelf. 131 more words

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