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### Education | Diigo- 4 views

• To learn more, check out Educator FAQ &amp; Getting Started Guide. Spread the word! Tell your friends to join you in the Diigo education community. email a colleague!&nbsp;&nbsp;post to twitter!
• You can create student accounts for an entire class with just a few clicks (and student email addresses are optional for account creation) Students of the same class are automatically set up as a Diigo group so they can start using all the benefits that a Diigo group provides, such as group bookmarks and annotations, and group forums. Privacy settings of student accounts are pre-set so that only teachers and classmates can communicate with them. Ads presented to student account users are limited to education-related sponsors. Learn More »

### FAQ | Writers Club- 50 views

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A writing project set up by a teacher to encourage quality writing. This is the FAQ section

### Math Forum: Ask Dr. Math FAQ: Integers, Rational Numbers, Irrational Numbers- 49 views

• A rational number is any number that can be written as a ratio of two integers (hence the name!). In other words, a number is rational if we can write it as a fraction where the numerator and denominator are both integers. The term "rational" comes from the word "ratio," because the rational numbers are the ones that can be written in the ratio form p/q where p and q are integers. Irrational, then, just means all the numbers that aren't rational. Every integer is a rational number, since each integer n can be written in the form n/1. For example 5 = 5/1 and thus 5 is a rational number. However, numbers like 1/2, 45454737/2424242, and -3/7 are also rational, since they are fractions whose numerator and denominator are integers. So the set of all rational numbers will contain the numbers 4/5, -8, 1.75 (which is 7/4), -97/3, and so on. Is .999 repeating a rational number? Well, a number is rational if it can be written as A/B (A over B): .3 = 3/10 and .55555..... = 5/9, so these are both rational numbers. Now look at .99999999..... which is equal to 9/9 = 1. We have just written down 1 and .9999999 in the form A/B where A and B are both 9, so 1 and .9999999 are both rational numbers. In fact all repeating decimals like .575757575757... , all integers like 46, and all finite decimals like .472 are rational.

### U.S. Copyright Office - Can I Use Someone Else's Work? Can Someone Else Use Mine? (FAQ)- 23 views

• You can ask for it
• Under the fair use doctrine of the U.S. copyright statute, it is permissible to use limited portions of a work including quotes, for purposes such as commentary, criticism, news reporting, and scholarly reports.
• is protected by federal copyright law upon creation
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• in the absence of clear information to the contrary, most works may be assumed to be protected by federal copyright law.

### How urbanization affects the epidemiology of emerging infectious diseases | Neiderud | Infection Ecology & Epidemiology- 17 views

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### FAQ For Librarians - Outreach Wiki- 51 views

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How common are mistakes on Wikipedia? Because Wikipedia is editable by anyone we can't guarantee you won't stumble across a mistake. But mistakes are fairly rare. External studies have suggested they occur at about the same rate they do in traditional encyclopedias. One thing that is great about Wikipedia is that it allows anyone to correct a mistake. A printed encyclopedia will need to wait for its next edition for a mistake to be fixed. On Wikipedia a mistake can be, and often is, fixed instantly.

### Meditation Research FAQ- 1 views

• What I can say is that the MBSR program has been around for 30 years and there have been hundreds of clinical trials indicating that it is effective for reducing stress and many (though not all) clinical symptoms.
• All the participants in our study went through the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction course (MBSR) developed at the Center for Mindfulness
• I can't stop thinking/my mind won't calm down/"Unusual phenomena" bother me when I meditate/I can't meditate—what should I do? OR When I meditate, I experience "unusual phenomena". What is going on? Is this an advanced state?
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• The Buddha compared the mind to the strings of a lute (a guitar-like instrument): the lute can not be played if the strings are too tight or too loose. Similarly when attention is either too tight or too loose, you can't properly meditate. When attention is too loose, the mind wanders and you get lost in thought. Try narrowing your focus in different ways (e.g. just inhales instead of the whole breath, focus on a smaller area around your nose). Some people do a few minutes of yoga or loving kindness (metta) practice at the start of their meditation period to focus the mind, before switching to breath awareness meditation. Some people find focusing on sounds easier than focusing on breathing.
• The goal is not to try to change anything, but to be aware of the desire to change it and then see if we can just relax and be ok with it even if it doesn't change. Are we trying to quiet the storm, or are we trying to find peace within the storm?

### FAQ - Imagine K12- 82 views

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List of current projects in imagine K12 project. Check out Goalbook, looks awesome!

### FAQs : Oil in the Ocean- 0 views

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### http://www.acog.org/~/media/For%20Patients/faq042.pdf?dmc=1&ts=20130226T1219566176- 19 views

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Make sure the condom is made of latex...for more protection!

### Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) - Understoodit.com- 170 views

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Real time assessment and presentation too

### FAQ - Diigo help- 44 views

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• effectively utilize the vast array of information that resides on the internet and who are capable of processing the information collaboratively
• superior to traditional classroom teaching alone
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Important quote
• skills
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How to write comments directly on web pages and how to use easyblogs
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Is there a way to disallow students from joining other groups. My students are young and I would rather have them just interacting with me and each other.
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Toni, you should set them up in the teacher console without a full profile.
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• finding,
• organizing
• synthesizing
• presenting information
• facilitate online conversations within the context of the materials themselves.&nbsp;
• Teacher can setup separate accounts - one is for their professional / personal usage, and one to be used for instruction with their students.&nbsp; That way, there is less concern of mingling these.
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The more I work with this tool the more I love it. This tells you how to set up student accounts even if your students don't have email.
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Diigo's page for using it in education.
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Sounds like a requirement

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