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The Basics of Learning Objectives
Presentation given at the Focus on Assessment Conference, August 18, 2016.
Tools for Complete Collaborative Course Design from Assignments to Outcomes
Presentation given at the Focus on Assessment Conference, August 18, 2016. Gregory Rose is Director of Online Operations at Park University.
(Henry Stewart Talks (Firm), 2015-01)
Goals, objectives, priorities for action, and accomplishments : fifth report on strategic planning process
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2001)
Excess of power during electrochemical loading : materials, electrochemical conditions and techniques
(University of Missouri, 2013)
"Notes on The ENEA-University of Missouri NRL-SRI International Research Activities." ENEA, University of Missouri, NRL and SRI are cooperating within the frame of an International Program. The research field is on Metal ...
Biochar Preparation for Soil Enhancement
Slides from the presentation delivered by T. R. Marrero and H. J. Wulff at the MSPE Central Chapter Meeting, 44 Stone Public House, 3910 Peachtree Drive, Suite H, Columbia, MO. Over the last few years a brick plant in ...
DSpace 4 Roundup
(Hardy J. Pottinger, IV, 2014)
Slides supporting a webinar given on January 21, 2014 by Hardy Pottinger IV on the topic of DSpace 4.
Revisiting the early BARC tritium results (1989-1996)
(University of Missouri, 2013)
These slides supports the oral presentation by Mahadeva Srinivasan: Revisiting the Early BARC Tritium Results (1989-1996).
Managing & Sharing Your Research Data
Presentation slides from an October 10, 2014 session of the MU Libraries Fall 2014 Friday Workshop series. This session provided an overview on facilitating the access and reuse of research data. Topics covered included ...
Lighting the fire : facilitating great book discussions
Using examples from Scott's experience facilitating book discussions, he provides a relatively straightforward approach to book discussions that has led to more of that sought-after "buzz" being associated with these events.
LIS Youth-Oriented Education : An International Perspective
While there has been considerable study of LIS youth services (i.e. youth-oriented) faculty and some study of curriculum, few studies have focused on the curriculum actively given to students. Further, many studies of youth ...
Using thesauri to understand faculty research
New World Colonial Churches that Function as Astronomical Instruments
This poster present photos and charts of churches that align with solstice sunrises or sunsets, as examples of architecture as astronomical instruments.
Sensing : biomarkers, biometrics and CBRNE platforms
This presentation was part of the Sensing: Biomarkers, Biometrics, and CBRNE Platforms Panel in which experts addressed the challenge of sensing, and sense-making in support of the national security analytic process. ...
The Knowledge Management Tsunami: Making Sense of Complex Intelligence and National Security Issues panel
Experts will address the challenge of information overload, sensing, and sense-making in support of the national security analytic process. Perspectives will emphasize the technology and information needs of an end user ...
Databases critical to making wise decisions in response to a crisis
This presentation was made during the Observables and Indicators & Warning Panel which provided an expert-centered overview of phenomenology and information necessary to support assessment of CBRNE threats. These assessments ...
Information Management and Information Assurance: Collection and Analysis
This presentation was made as part of the Information Management and Information Assurance: Collection and Analysis Panel which considered some of the most innovative approaches to solving national security challenges ...
Is there life after LibQUAL? : Learn how strategic marketing can focus and energize the LibQUAL experience
LibQUAL+ is a web-based survey that provides libraries with an assessment of users' expectations and perceptions on a number of service related factors. Learn how various academic and research libraries have used results ...
The Television Viewing Habits of Librarians (Pop Culture Association Version)
One night, I phoned a colleague at home to ask a question. “I’d love to chat,” he said, “but Star Trek is on.” After hanging up, I started to wonder: why does every librarian I know watch Star Trek? As I started wondering ...