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Remote learning and physical isolation have taken a toll on ... and co-editor of the book “Public Education: Defending a Cornerstone of American Democracy.” Their status quo has been upended.
Book learning is not enough. What makes a good archaeologist is not easy to describe; it takes intuitive flair, which is why archaeology is not really a science. A man needs a complete command of ...
Marie joined St Mary’s College in 1985 and taught Science for 21 years ... from 2010-2017 and is co-editor of the Nutrition Society text book Introduction to Human Nutrition (3rd edition). Alison ...
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The British Book Awards, aka The Nibbies, celebrate books and everyone who brings them to life. They affirm, connect and energise all who have a hand in creating books and all who read them ...
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Data centers house thousands of individual servers that see no physical interaction from humans once installed. The BMC lets administrators control the servers remotely to reboot malfunctioning ...
Science fiction, comic book, fantasy, and video game news. ‘Star Wars’ has long been a franchise fixated on the Skywalker men. The latest entry in the canon finds hope, and emotional resonance ...
Almost one hundred presentations from the thirty-third annual Charleston Library Conference (held ... based research and lessons from practice in a range of information science fields. The ...
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