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Bill Genereux

What is netnography? : SAGE Research Methods - 31 views

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    Ahem! We don't all have access to K-State's online site to follow this link. Is there a publicly available site?
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Bill Genereux

Rubrics for Higher Education - 31 views

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    Like this Philosophy. Effective education reaches far beyond the classroom through a co-curricular approach to student activities. Among the goals of student organizations is the opportunity for development of the whole person and for creating a sense of belonging. no mas 900
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    Customer Online Information Support Customer Care Support- Toll Free Number's, Email Id Customer Care Toll Free Helpline Phone Number Results 2017 | Job, Recruitment Vacancies 2017 Customer Care & Toll Free Number -
Bill Genereux

Aude Oliva - 5 views

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Bill Genereux

Rogue Downloader's Arrest Could Mark Crossroads for Open-Access Movement - Technology -... - 13 views

  • Last fall, Mr. Swartz began an appointment as a research fellow at Harvard's Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics,
  • The university then tried to obstruct Mr. Swartz's laptop specifically, by barring the Media Access Control address, or MAC address, that the network had assigned to his computer.
Bill Genereux

Incompetent Research Skills Curb Users' Problem Solving (Jakob Nielsen's Alertbox) - 7 views

  • the main search engines currently prioritize popular sites instead of useful ones.
  • we almost never see people use advanced search
  • For today's Web design projects, we must design for the way the world is, not the way we wish it were. This means accepting search dominance, and trying to help users with poor research skills.
Derek Schneweis

Learning styles research - 1 views

  • Though faculty may attempt to utilize the same teaching methods in a distance environment that they would employ in an equivalent on-campus class, the data from the current study suggest that faculty will encounter significantly different learning preferences as well as other different student characteristics.
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    What is the best way to teach online and in lecture? Can we use both in an effective way?
Mike Wesch

U.S. Copyright Office - Anticircumvention Rulemaking - 0 views

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    New rules on circumventing technological access controls for copyright fair use.
Adam Bohannon

How Much of a Typical Video Online Is Actually Watched? - 8 views

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    Online video viewers' short attention span seems especially relevant to advertisers looking to strategically trim ad budgets as the economy contracts. For starters, it is clear that post-roll ads are of limited effectiveness. A three minute video that has a post-roll ad in the final seconds, for example, will only be viewed by 16.62% of the initial audience, on average. Another takeaway is that overlay ads should be displayed as early as possible in a video, preferably within the first few seconds. On YouTube, where most overlay ads appear at about 10 seconds in, 10.39% of a video's initial viewers are not likely seeing the ad.
Bill Genereux

Crowdsourcing Work - 0 views

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    (September 25, 2009) Lukas Biewald of Delores Labs, discusses crowdsourcing applications like Mechanical Turk that utilize online workers to do menial tasks ...
Adam Bohannon

10 Rules That Govern Groups « PsyBlog - 1 views

  • 2. Initiation rites improve group evaluations Existing groups don't let others join for free: the cost is sometimes monetary, sometimes intellectual, sometimes physical—but usually there is an initiation rite, even if it's well disguised. Aronson and Mills (1959) tested the effect of initiation rites by making one group of women read passages from sexually explicit novels. Afterwards they rated the group they had joined much more positively than those who hadn't had to undergo the humiliating initiation. So, not only do groups want to test you, but they want you to value your membership.
  • Group norms are extremely pervasive: this becomes all the more obvious when we start breaking them.
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