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Academic writing requires the use of scholarly publications, but how do you know what is a scholarly source? This guide from the University of Illinois provides guidelines. http://www.library.illinois.edu/ugl/howdoi/scholarly.html In addition to college and university libraries, a good source is google scholar. Click the link below to learn more about it. https://scholar.google.com/intl/us/scholar/about.html
As a paper grader I use a tool called SafeAssign. From Blackboard: Scores below 15 percent: These papers typical include some quotes and few common phrases or blocks of text that match other documents. These papers typically do not require further analysis, as there is no evidence of the possibility of plagiarism in these papers. […]
What the University of the future is like per Solomon Khan thanks to Stanford.
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In my search for business coaches I found this link to the Top 100 Personal Development Blogs for 2015 and an interesting article on HBR.com on Getting the Most Out of Executive Coaches. New phrase learned – Latin phrase “Cui bono?” — literally, “as a benefit to whom?” — after each critique you receive. Now if […]
A literature review is a means to describe what has been previously written about a narrow topic. Many University libraries have produced how-to resources. Here are a few for your review: Harvard Graduate School of Education, San Jose State University, University of Minnesota Duluth , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Wisconsin – […]
I am so excited to be teaching leadership. The deliverables, or final products, are not going to come together overnight, so I want to share some important technical skills. Video presentation skills are important to have in your toolbox. Techsmith coporation, has some very useful software to create images and video, but they also have […]