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Interesting Links from December 21, 2014 – Surveillance for prostate cancer, interesting answers to a variety of questions

These are my links from December 21, 2014. The first has to do with a recent study related to actions when one has low-risk prostate cancer. The others have to do with some interesting sites I found for interesting, informative answers to lots of different types of questions. ‘Surveillance’ may be safest for low-risk prostate cancer […]

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Two links. Understanding Prejudice provides tools for assessing your own prejudice and for dealing with its presence.The second is about the science of racism. – “Welcome to, a web site for students, teachers, and others interested in the causes and consequences of prejudice. ” culture diversity education race racism prejudice The Science of Why […]

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Links from January 25, 2013

These are my links from January 25, 2013 College@Home – inks to online courses, colleges, and universities. SOme open courseware links as well as links to degree programs.resources online learning college community learning education opencourseware online school asynchronous learning online university web2.0 e-learning

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Links from April 7, 2012

These are my links from April 7, 2012 Evaluating Information – Applying the CRAAP Test – Meriam Library California State University, Chico When you search for information, you're going to find lots of it . . . but is it good information? You will have to determine that for yourself, and the CRAAP Test can […]

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IPL Wiki & Future of Education; links for 2010-01-05

Main Page – IPL Wiki A wiki for followers/members of ipl-2 (tags: internet web2.0 library wiki community ipl) Future Of Education: The Best 2009 Articles And Reports From MasterNewMedia A collection of articles about where education might be headed. (tags: education technology)

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TED Talks : Why we don’t understand as much as we think we do – Jonathan Drori (2007)

Today I listened to the TED Talk: Why we don’t understand as much as we think we do – Jonathan Drori (2007).  He starts by asking some simple questions that he claims most people get wrong. We get these wrong, he claims, because of the education and experiences we have had. They bias our understanding. […]

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Units, Education Almanac, & A Place to Bury Strangers links for 2008-08-27

Where Did Kilo, Mega, Giga and All Those Other Prefixes Come From? Where Did Kilo, Mega, Giga and All Those Other Prefixes Come From? (tags: science numbers) Definitions of the SI units: The twenty SI prefixes The 20 SI prefixes used to form decimal multiples and submultiples of SI units are given in Table 5. […]

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