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  1. Oct 2021
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    1. Above all, I do notthink it is necessary to say the décor means a specific battle, and insteadbelieve that these décors evade specificity in order to vaunt Numidianperennial achievement and characterise a Numidian collective.

      I agree, seeing as it is difficult to pick and choose a battle to display. Not to mention people are not fighting battles constantly. There could be a 10 years difference, but no one needs to know that.

  3. Sep 2021
    1. tea

      I love this picture because although it is simple it highlights what Orwell is missing in that tea is meant to be enjoyed, and the method by which it is enjoyed is irrelevant. Well done!

  4. Apr 2021
  5. Feb 2021
    1. Cambridge University Press

      Many UK institutions have signed a contract to fund CUP's publishing activities for four years as a result of Plan S, regardless of how many authors accepted manuscripts (AAM) are openly available in repositories. This fact undermines the arguments made above by the STM Association about the rights retention strategy (RRS) undermining financial sustainability.

  6. Nov 2020
    1. Sometimes it can be beneficial to frame arguments or scenarios simply for students, so on-the-spot debates become possible.

      Yes, I agree with this. An either/or proposition encourages students to consider their opinions and respond by taking a side. Such an activity can also ensure that students know that others in the classroom have similar and different opinions.

  7. Oct 2020
  8. Jun 2020
  9. May 2020
    1. If you refer to someone's tacit agreement or approval, you mean they are agreeing to something or approving it without actually saying so, often because they are unwilling to admit to doing so.
  10. Dec 2019
    1. appropriately drafted material transfer agreement (MTA), as there is currently no legal requirement to that effect

      Are there templates available for "appropriately drafted MTAs"?

  11. Aug 2019
  12. Jul 2018
    1. material transfer agreement (MTA)

      Mengenai MTA ini sempat lolos dari perhatian saya saat menyusun RDMP (research data management plan) untuk universitas saya. Saat saya cari info dengan kata kunci "regulasi material transfer agreement", saya hanya mendapatkan satu regulasi dari Kementerian Pertanian. Ini mestinya ada dalam Permen tentang Penelitian.

    2. MTA

      Ok tentang MTA ini, saya perlu meralat pernyataan sebelumnya yang hanya menemukan regulasi MTA dari Kementan. Hasil pencarian di sini memunculkan sumber informasi tentang MTA yang lebih lengkap dari LIPI. Kemudian, bagian mana dari regulasi formal (yang ada dalam taksonomi regulasi Indonesia) yang mengarah ke dokumen MTA LIPI ini?

    3. material transfer agreement

      Mengenai MTA ini sempat lolos dari perhatian saya saat menyusun RDMP (research data management plan) untuk universitas saya. Saat saya cari info dengan kata kunci "regulasi material transfer agreement", saya hanya mendapatkan satu regulasi dari Kementerian Pertanian. Ini mestinya ada dalam Permen tentang Penelitian.

  13. Jan 2018
  14. Apr 2017
    1. James Bay Agreement

      The James Bay Agreement was signed in 1975 and was the first agreement on modern land claims under the new Canadian federal policy (Peters 1992). James Bay is located at the southern tip of the Hudson Bay. This large body of water is the ending point for many rivers and provides an abundant ecosystem for wildlife. The James Bay area is also inhabited by the Cree and Inuit Indian tribes, who use the ecosystem and the surrounding resources to survive and flourish. This territory was primarily left alone by the public and few were actually interested in this region (Ma et al., 2005). However, this all change when the territory’s hydroelectric potential was recognized in the 1960s, which brought in a flood of people. By 1971, the Quebec government began construction of the James Bay Hydroelectric Project on lands that were still controlled by aboriginal people. This project would result in the altering the course of 19 waterways and would create 25,900 km as reservoir. The Cree and Inuit tribes were so heavily opposed to the idea of this project because it would result in 11,500 km of their land being submerged. This 11,500 of land was still traditional used for aboriginal hunting and was a primary source of livelihood of the Cree and Inuit Indian tribes. The Quebec government toiled over the decision to build the project and finally decided to go ahead with it on the basis that the project would create tens of thousands of jobs and provide a new trade base for Quebec to export surplus energy.

      In the fall of 1972, native peoples applied for a halting of the construction in the James Bay region and by 1975 all construction had been halted. This eventually led to the James Bay Agreement that was signed in 1975. The James Bay Agreement included arrangements of compensation for those indigenous people displaced by the controlled flooding of their land and provided a list of federal and provincial commitments for the future of the north. The agreement ultimately gave Quebec jurisdiction over the land where they wished to build the James Bay Hydroelectric Project and opened the territory for economic development (Peters 1992). In the agreement, the Cree and Inuit were able to solidify their way of life by retaining access to the wildlife on most of the lands in that territory. Also, the settlement called for the encouragement of the Cree to continue harvesting wildlife through cash incentives in the form of an income-security program provided by the Quebec government (Asch, 1993). The Cree were also able to add a provision to the agreement that introduced the idea of creating economic development of “renewable, resource-based industries” (Peters 1992). Through the James Bay Agreement, aboriginal people’s flexibility to avoid or accommodate frontier activity and intrusion is clearly on display.

      Caption: A detailed map displaying boundaries and designated categorized lands of Native tribes after the James Bay Agreement and Northern Quebec Agreement.

      Source: Government of Canada

      Asch, Michael. 1993. Home and Native Land: Aboriginal Rights and the Canadian Constitution. Vancouver: UBC Press.

      Ma, Jing, Keith W. Hipel, and Mitali De. 2005. "Strategic Analysis of the James Bay Hydro-Electric Dispute in Canada." Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 32 (5): 868-880. doi:10.1139/l05-028.

      Peters, Evelyn J. 1992. "Protecting the Land Under Modern Land Claims Agreements: The Effectiveness of the Environmental Regime Negotiated by the James Bay Cree in the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement." Applied Geography 12 (2): 133-145. doi:10.1016/0143-6228(92)90003-6. 

  15. Jan 2014
    1. In addition, the results imply that there is a lack of awareness about the importance of metadata among the scientific community –at least in practice– which is a serious problem as their involvement is quite crucial in dealing with problems regarding data management.

      Is there any reasonable agreement about what the term metadata means or includes? For example, how important is the unit of measure to scientists (feet vs meters) and is that information considered metadata or simply an implied part inherent in the data itself?

  16. Nov 2013
    1. That is to say, a uniformly valid and binding designation is invented for things, and this legislation of language likewise establishes the first laws of truth.

      The rhetoric of society