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Steve Ransom

News: Not Guilty ... and Not Long Employed - Inside Higher Ed - 10 views

  • Rybicki denied hurting the student's finger, as she alleged, but said that professors have every right to shut a laptop when a student violates class rules or is rude by surfing the Web rather than using a laptop to take notes.
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    A Georgia jury has acquitted Frank J. Rybicki, assistant professor of mass media at Valdosta State University, of battery charges related to his shutting the laptop of a student in one of his classes in March.
Steve Ransom

How Should Schools Handle Cyberbullying? - NYTimes.com - 13 views

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    A really excellent article!
Peter Kimmich

Guide to Taking an Online Paralegal Course - 1 views

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    Online paralegal courses are a relatively new concept in legal education, so it can seem a little daunting to enroll in a program taught completely online or through correspondence. The aim of this guide is to provide a better understanding of this alternative mode of education.
Ebey Soman

The Karen Ann Quinlan Story - 0 views

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    Quinlan's case continues to raise important questions in moral theology, bioethics, euthanasia, legal guardianship and civil rights. Her case has affected the practice of medicine and law around the world. Two significant outcomes of her case were the development of formal ethics committees in hospitals, nursing homes and hospices, and the development of advance health directives.
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