73 Matching Annotations
  1. Mar 2021
    1. But it will be a part of you, instructor.

      Theme of empowerment... I write, you read, you take a part of me with you. writing empowers me to put part of me within you.

    2. Then, it will be true.

      Writing empowers the writer.

  2. Jun 2020
    1. CC licensing is rooted in a fundamental belief that knowledge and creativity are building blocks of our culture

      This does echo the original intent of copyright itself - the commercialization has overcome the artistic, however.

  3. Feb 2020
    1. Manhattoes

      Manhattoe/Manhattoes is a term describing a place and, mistakenly, a people. The place was the very southern tip of Manhattan island in the time of the Dutch Colonization of what became New Amsterdam there.

  4. Nov 2019
  5. Oct 2019
    1. Again, I always go to sea as a sailor, because they make a point of paying me for my trouble, whereas they never pay passengers a single penny that I ever heard of. On the contrary, passengers themselves must pay. And there is all the difference in the world between paying and being paid. The act of paying is perhaps the most uncomfortable infliction that the two orchard thieves entailed upon us. But being paid,—what will compare with it? The urbane activity with which a man receives money is really marvellous, considering that we so earnestly believe money to be the root of all earthly ills, and that on no accou

      I always wanted to go to sea.

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    1. Psychologyis designed to meet scope and sequence requirements for the single-semester introductionto psychology course. The book offers a comprehensive treatment of core concepts, grounded in bot

      And it's free!

    2. You can access this textbook for free in web view or PDF through openstax.org, and in low-cost print and

      A great deal!

    3. To learn more about OpenStax, visit https://openstax.org.Individual print copies and bulk orders can be purchased through our website

      This OpenStax book has been adopted by one of our faculty. To find out more, go toOpenstax

    4. PsychologySENIOR CONTRIBUTING AUTHORS

      Testing the Annotation.

  7. Sep 2019
  8. Jul 2019
    1. how can such strategies be replicated withinthe context of an institutions online learningenvironment?

      Do we want to Replicate, or do we want to break new ground here? SAMR Model

    2. there are a plethora of online tools that can offeralternatives to enabling the use of such online active learning strategies.

      However, I've searched this document and there is not a word about annotation...

  9. Jun 2019
    1. live Wearing is an accomplished musician who lost his ability to form new memories when he became sick at the age of 46. While he can remember how to play the piano perfectly, he cannot remember what he ate for breakfast just an hour ago (Sacks, 2007). James Wannerton experiences a taste sensation that is associated with the sound of words. His former girlfriend’s name tastes like rhubarb (Mundasad, 2013). John Nash

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    2. Introduction

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    1. 5.6 Gestalt

      gestalt

    2. 5.3 Vision

      Vision

    3. By the end of this section, you will be able to: Distinguish between sensation and perception Describe the concepts of absolute threshold and difference threshold Discuss the roles attention, motivation, and sensory adaptation play in perception

      Good objectives

    1. subliminal messages

      Is this what they do to us in TV commercials?

    2. absolute threshold

      minimum amount of stimulus energy that must be present for the stimulus to be detected 50% of the time

    3. 5.5 The Other Senses

      How many senses do we really have?

  10. May 2019
    1. BC OpenEd

      Impressive and well-designed site with many resources, multiple format choices and tags to indicate: adopted, ancillary resources, faculty reviewed, Accessible, etc.<br> On the right of this page, check out the various formats under Readable, Editable and Print.

      At the top of the page are various OER-focused tabs.

    2. Affordable Learning Georgia, an initiative of the University System of Georgia

      DOC, PDF, ePUB, Not all for every book. The following was in the description for the following book in their collection: Compact Anthology of World Literature II: Volumes 4, 5, and 6

      The Compact Anthology of World Literature, Parts 4, 5, and 6 is designed as an e-book to be accessible on a variety of devices: smart phone, tablet, e-reader, laptop, or desktop computer. Students have reported ease of accessibility and readability on all these devices.

      • To access the ePub text on a laptop, desktop, or tablet, you will need to download a program through which you can read the text. We recommend Readium, an application available through Google.
      • If you plan to read the text on an Android device, you will need to download an application called Lithium from the App Store.
      • On an iPhone, the text will open in iBooks.
      • Affordable Learning Georgia has also converted the .epub files to PDF. Because .epub does not easily convert to other formats, the left margin of the .pdf is very narrow. ALG recommends using the .epub version.
    3. MERLOT, a project of the California State University

      File Formats: (not all formats available for every book!) Many Online. View on web, download as PDF or ePub. Also available as printed copy for a fee.

    4. Washington State Community and Technical Colleges

      A collection of high quality, free-to-use courses that you can download and use for teaching. All content is stored in Google docs making it easy to access, browse and download.

    1. Comparison of Paper-Based and Online Annotations in the Workplace

      if this is hilight... we're go

    2. Abstract. While reading documents, people commonly make annotations: they underline or highlight text and write comments in the margin. Making annotations during reading activities has been shown to be an efficient method for aiding understanding and interpretation. In this paper we present a comparison of paper-based and online annotations in the workplace. Online annotations were collected in a laboratory study, making use of the Web-based annotation tool SpreadCrumbs. A field study was out to gather paper-based annotations. The results validate the benefits of Web annotations. A comparison of the online annotations with paper-based annotations provides several insights in user needs for enhanced online ann
    1. Loomings

      What feelings does the use of this word evoke when used at this point in the story?

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  11. Apr 2019
    1. SUNY Open Textbooks

      Formats: PDF, ePub, read online, some available for purchase at Amazon.com

    2. Florida's Open Educational Resource Repository

      Formats: PDF, HTML (read online), purchase print versions B&W or Color

    3. Free ebooks and textbooks

      Student books are free (with advertisements); Business books are a 30-day free trial, then a cost per month.

    4. from MIT Opencourseware

      Books, articles, syllabii, even entire courses from one of the originators of open courseware.

    5. workforce training materials

      Massive collection of materials.

    6. Digital Commons Network

      Connects to other collections of open materials from Colleges and Universities. Formats: PDF, Word, ePub, slide deck available as .zip

    7. Saylor Academy

      Most books are viewable online, some also available as PDF.

    8. A nonprofit based at Rice University

      Formats available (not all for every book): View Online, PDF, print, Bookshare, iBooks, Kindle, Chegg. Note that Bookshare carries the DAISY audiobook format for those with impaired vision or blindness.

    9. From the University of Minnesota Center

      Formats seen: PDF, ePub, hard/soft cover print,

  12. May 2018
  13. Jan 2017
    1. Updates Automatically!"sign in" to your Google account and you can access yourbookmarks and any open browsers or tabs that are open (settings)

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  14. Oct 2016
    1. It’s a Flipping Revolution

      i like this one

    2. 3ag u i d et ot h ef l i p p e dc l a s s r o o mt h ec h r o n i c l eo fh i g h e re d u c a t i o n / j a n u a r y2015The recent interest is driven by the convergence of several trends.The first is technological innovation, which has made it easier to distribute lectures by the world’s leading instructors. Some faculty members wonder whether it still makes sense to deliver a lecture when students can see the same material covered more authoritatively and engagingly—and at their own pace and on their own schedule. The supply of such offerings, at low or no cost, is increasing, as demonstrated by recent news of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s founding of MITx and a Stanford University professor’s start-up of Udacity.At the same time, policy makers, scholars, advocacy groups, and others who seek to improve higher education want to see more evidence that students are truly learning in college. As pressure mounts to graduate more students, and as cognitive psychology produces new insights into how students learn, these observers say professors can no longer simply pump out information and take it on faith that students understand it.Adding to these forces is economic reality. Strained budgets make it difficult for colleges to de-crease class sizes and create more seminars in which low student-to-professor ratios allow a high degree of personal attention. Even advocates for new approaches to teaching concede that the lec-ture is not going away. The lecture model—putting dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of students in a room with a professor—endures because it makes economic sense.Flipping allows colleges, particularly large research institutions with big classes, to make the tra-ditional lecture model more productive, says Harrison Keller, vice provost for higher-education pol-icy at the University of Texas at Austin, which held a recent seminar on course flipping for its fac-ulty. “If you do this well, you can use faculty members’ time and expertise more appropriately, and you can also use your facilities more efficiently,” he says. More important, “you can get better stu-dent-learning outcomes.”Those forces are coming together to prompt a rethinking of the faculty member’s role in the class-room. “I see a paradigm shift, and it’s coming soon,” says Michael S. Palmer, an associate professor of chemistry and assistant director of the Teaching Resource Center at the University of Virginia. “Content is not going to be the thing we do. We’re going to help unpack that content.”Identifying Key ConceptsProfessors have flipped courses for decades. Humanities professors expect their students to read a novel on their own and do not dedicate class time to going over the plot. Class time is devoted to ex-ploring symbolism or drawing out themes. And law professors have long used the Socratic method in large lectures, which compels students to study the material before class or risk buckling under a barrage of their professor’s questions.The way STEM disciplines are traditionally taught makes them particularly ripe for change, Mr. Palmer says, because of their “long tradition of very didactic teaching, which involved disseminat-ing content.” By contrast, he says, the humanities and social sciences have been about exploring ideas.Still, flipping has been adopted in isolated precincts of STEM disciplines, particularly physics. Some of the most notable examples illustrate the different forms the technique can take.At the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, for example, the math department has flipped its teaching of calculus since the mid-1990s, says Karen Rhea, a lecturer and director of the introduc-tory mathematics progra

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  15. Jun 2016
    1. Soc. I believe that I know Phaedrus about as well as I know myself, and I am very sure that the speech of Lysias was repeated to him, not once only, but again and again;-he insisted on hearing it many times over and Lysias was very willing to gratify him; at last, when nothing else would do, he got hold of the book, and looked at what he most wanted to see,-this occupied him during the whole morning; -and then when he was tired with sitting, he went out to take a walk, not until, by the dog, as I believe, he had simply learned by heart the entire discourse, unless it was unusually long, and he went to a place outside the wall that he might practise his lesson.

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    2. Translated by Benjamin Jowett

      is this a good translation?

    3. Phaedr. What do you mean, my good Socrates? How can you imagine that my unpractised memory can do justice to an elaborate work, which the greatest rhetorician of the age spent a long time in composing. Indeed, I cannot; I would give a great deal if I could.

      A good passage here.

  16. Mar 2016