Browse by Subject "curriculum"
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(iSchools, 2013-02)Students who graduate from I-Schools in 2013 will very likely be working in 2050. We cannot predict what the world will be like in 2050 but we should imagine what kind of world we would like to see in 2050. To this end, ...
(2010-02-03)We describe selected activities of an IMLS-funded project to extend an existing data curation curriculum to include humanities data, making a number of preliminary observations and conjectures.
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(Wiley-Blackwell, 1994-01)Family life education is becoming an increasingly important part of the work of human service providers. Although there have been many important advancements in family life education in the last decade, there is still ...
From Compliance to Creative Rights in Music Education: Rethinking Intellectual Property in the Age of New media (Routledge, 2012)This article examines one possible approach to teaching music with regards to creative rights and copyright. The author shares theoretical ideas underlying changes in content, creativity, and culture brought about by the ...
(Center for Global Studies, 2005-06-20)Absent a compelling rationale, there is little reason to create a new program of global studies in an already crowded academic landscape, nor much justification for re-allocating scarce (and often shrinking) human and ...
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(2008-05)I have found that La Casa occupies a complicated position as it attempts to overcome the tensions within the Latina/o community, while also representing Latina/o interests to a historically apathetic and homogenizing ...
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(2010-02-03)This paper describes the 2010 iConference wildcard that aims to discuss the expectations, development, and demands of Community Informatics curriculum in light of its status as an emerging area of study.
(Rowman & Littlefield Education and MENC, 2009)That there is exists a gap between students’ musical lives and the commonly found curriculum in most schools in the USA is widely accepted, and the need for reconceptualization can be found from the National Standards to ...