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Conceptualization and measurement

a response). Unobtrusive measures can also be created from such diverse forms of media as newspaper archives or magazine articles, TV or radio talk shows, legal opinions, historical documents, personal letters, or e-mail messages. Combining measurement/. Remember always that measurement validity is a necessary foundation for social research. Gathering data without careful conceptualization or conscientious efforts to operationalize key concepts often is a wasted effort. The difficulties of achieving valid/


Conceptual Models and Parameterizations of Air- Water Gas Transfer Coefficients Proposal for Advancement to Candidacy Applicant: Damon Turney Committee.

Parameterizations ● ● from Nightingale et al. (2000) from Clark JF et al. online at http://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/res/pi/Hudson/articles/article1b.html ● ● both plots from NOAA website http://www.aoml.noaa.gov/ http://www.aoml.noaa.gov/ ● ● Testing ● ●/ and Schlussel (1994), Reynolds number models of Banerjee (1990), and surface divergence models of Chan and Scriven (1970) for conceptual models. ● ● The surface divergence models are probably the most accurate, but this has not rigorously been proven and they /


CSCI6904 Genomics and Biological Computing Lecture 3 – Conceptual Biology Cells, Gene circuits Conceptual Biology.

CSCI6904 Genomics and Biological Computing Lecture 3 – Conceptual Biology Cells, Gene circuits Conceptual Biology Overview Computing in Biological systems Cells are computing information and react /J. Biomed. Informatics, 37:43-53 Learning Verbs: Hatzivassiloglou, V., Weng, W. Learning Anchor Verbs for Biological Interactions Patterns from published text articles www.cs.columbia.edu/nlp/papers/2002/ hatzivassiloglou_weng_02.pdf NLP processor: Friedman C, Kra P, Yu H, Krauthammer M, Rzhetsky A. 2001. /


Slide 1 Principal Components Factor Analysis in the Literature This problem is taken from the research article: Charles P. Flynn and Suzanne R. Kunkel,

Components Factor Analysis in the Literature Slide 2 Stage 1: Define the Research Problem - 1 The purpose of this article is to investigate the Stark-Bainbridge model of religion as compensation. This theory posits that religious belief and commitments /we obtained. Naming is an important piece of the analysis, because it assures us that the factor solution is conceptually valid. Principal Components Factor Analysis in the Literature Slide 30 Analysis of the Communalities Once the extraction of factors/


Research Fundamentals Dick Heinhuis. Programme May 8 th : - Influences on Research - Reading an article May 15 th : - Research question(s) - Conceptual.

Fundamentals Dick Heinhuis Programme May 8 th : - Influences on Research - Reading an article May 15 th : - Research question(s) - Conceptual mapping - Ethics and research - How to write C2 Course goals Being able to/experiment, sample) Analysis method (statistics) Conclusions Relevant sites http://home.aisnet.org/ http://www.ieee.org/portal/site Next week Read articles Wade and Davis Review 3 research questions (presentation) Part 3: Research Question Dick Heinhuis 84 Research Question How to come up with /


NISO/NFAIS Supplemental Journal Article Materials Working Group: A Progress Report Alexander (‘Sasha’) Schwarzman American Geophysical Union

platform  software (name, version)  application_information size validity Bethesda, MD 27 September 2011JATS-Con 2011 28 TWG: Conceptual challenges: Heterogeneity: an archive or a document may contain both Additional and Integral content Relationships: related but different objects/2011JATS-Con 2011 29 Challenges: conceptual (cont’d) Granularity down: what level to choose — entire sup. mat., groups, objects, …? Granularity up: link to a specific item within the article or to the article as a whole? Should /


WRITING A JOURNAL ARTICLE: Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability Editor’s Workshop Roger J. Stancliffe (Editor JIDD)

and developmental disability (announcement in vol. 30, p. 192)  Communication: Access to inclusion (announcement in vol. 30, p. 247)  Active Support (announcement in vol. 31[2]) ARTICLES (qualitative and/or quantitative research; literature reviews, conceptual articles) Abstract of 100-150 words, structured with subheadings: Background Method Results Conclusions Up to 20 double spaced pages including references, tables and figures (some flexibility re length/


5 OCT 2013 Library Workshop for EDD 8008 Conceptualizing Research Part 2: Citation Search, Journal Rankings & Author Guidelines.

5 OCT 2013 Library Workshop for EDD 8008 Conceptualizing Research Part 2: Citation Search, Journal Rankings & Author Guidelines 2 Part 1: Citation Analysis at Researcher or Article Level – Web of Science (SSCI) Part 2: Citation Analysis /objective means to critically evaluate the worlds leading journals, with quantifiable, statistical information based on citation data. By compiling articles cited references, JCR Web helps to measure research influence and impact at the journal and category levels, and shows/


Text categorization using hyper rectangular keyword extraction: Application to news articles classification Abdelaali Hassaine, Souad Mecheter and Ali.

ideas to extract names as labels of significant concepts in a text in order to characterize a document? What we call conceptual features. How could we feed known classifiers by these features in order to have better accurac y while classifying a document / future work 40 Results We used the Reuters-21578 dataset. Contains 7674 news articles, out of which 5485 are used for training and 2189 for testing. Articles are categorized into 8 different news categories. 41 Results 42 Classification results for /


1 A Historical Perspective on Conceptual Modelling (Based on an article and presentation by Janis Bubenko jr., Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. June.

Conceptual Modelling (Based on an article and presentation by Janis Bubenko jr., Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. June 2005) Pensum: A01: Janis A. Bubenko jr: From Information Algebra to Enterprise Modelling and Ontologies – a Historical Perspective on Modelling for Information Systems in Conceptual/ TDT4252, Spring 2013 Lecture 1: Introduction 24 Starting from very simple well-bounded conceptual descriptions of information and database systems, modelling has evolved into less well-defined domains/


RHETORIC OF THE OP-ED PAGE ERWC MODULE 2. “THREE WAYS TO PERSUADE” Activity 1: Getting Ready to Read Consider the title and the subheads in the article.

ANATOMY ACTIVISTS HUMAN CONSUMPTION GOSLINGS GROOM INSTINCT CRAVE PURVEYORS KIN MORTALITY FASHIONED ESOTERIC DETERIORATION ISOLATING CONCEPTUAL DISTINGUISHES STRIKING PORTEND SUBJECTED DOMINANT SOPHISTICATED INDIVIDUALISM COMPREHEND ACTIVITY 10 ANNOTATING AND QUESTIONING THE TEXT /THAT PUTS A SLANT ON REALITY Paragraph 7 of the article says: Researchers were stunned recently by findings (published in the journal Science) on the conceptual abilities of New Caledonian crows. Because scientific experiments are/


In search of Conceptual Richness and Contextual Thickness: Implications of Realist Synthesis for Information Retrieval Dr Andrew Booth, Reader in Evidence.

already covered in Phase Two]. 4.“Using a sprat” – citation searching (combined with topic) “Unidentifiable” Theory Articles Existing RAMESES reporting standards? Searching should be guided by the objectives and focus of the synthesis, and revised /A, Harris J, Croot E, Springett J, Campbell F, Wilkins E. Towards a methodology for cluster searching to provide conceptual and contextual "richness" for systematic reviews of complex interventions: case study (CLUSTER). BMC Med Res Methodol. 2013 Sep 28;/


The Constitutional Underpinnings Unit IA Historical Basis and Conceptual Development of the United States Constitution and the Federal Government.

The Constitutional Underpinnings Unit IA Historical Basis and Conceptual Development of the United States Constitution and the Federal / the United States Constitution Created: September 17, 1787 Constitutional Breakdown Article I - Congress Article II - President Article III - Judiciary Article IV - The States Article V - Amendments Article VI - Supremacy Article VII - Ratification Article I, Article II, Article III Article I - Congress Structure and Election House of Representatives Senate Qualifications /


1 Conceptual Framework Research Questions Data Collection.

Step 5: Expert review/Piloting of items Step 6: Field Test Step 7: Evaluate Items Step 8: Revise instrument 7 VAL-ED article Vanderbilt Assessment of Leadership in Education (VAL-ED) Validation article Describes development and establishing validity What they did: Developed conceptual framework Drafted initial instrument to have content validity Series of studies conducted to establish validity and reliability evidence 8 Sample/


Supplement to Consolidity By Dr. Hassen Dorrah. P. Eng. Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University SDA Engineering Canada Inc. 30 May 2013 www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2090447913000348.

driven pathway incremental changes of associated system pillars System pillars: Controllability, Stability and Consolidity. System Change Pathway Conceptual Diagram Each system’s change pathway follows a zigzagging pattern with many downs and ups, but the prevailing/ Engineering Journal (2012), doi:10.1016/j.asej.2012.7.004. URL address: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2090447912000536 [3]Hassen T. Dorrah, “Consolidity: Mystery of inner property of systems uncovered”, Elsevier Journal of /


The Constitutional Underpinnings Unit IA Historical Basis and Conceptual Development of the United States Constitution and the Federal Government.

The Constitutional Underpinnings Unit IA Historical Basis and Conceptual Development of the United States Constitution and the Federal / the United States Constitution Created: September 17, 1787 Constitutional Breakdown Article I - Congress Article II - President Article III - Judiciary Article IV - The States Article V - Amendments Article VI - Supremacy Article VII - Ratification Article I, Article II, Article III Article I - Congress Structure and Election House of Representatives Senate Qualifications /


Government Conceptual Lens: Democracy 2.1 Analyze the structures of national, state and local governments in terms of ways they are organized to maintain.

Government Conceptual Lens: Democracy 2.1 Analyze the structures of national, state and local governments in terms of ways they are organized to maintain /to enforce state laws (statutes) Governor’s Cabinet –Appointed by the governor Council of State –Elected by the people –Includes the Lt. Governor North Carolina Government Article IV – Judicial Branch North Carolina’s Court System Role of the Three Branches of Government in the State Lawmaking Process Legislative Branch (General Assembly) –Makes laws (/


Publishing Reviews and Research Articles Paul Graham Morris University of Edinburgh.

injury severity and thus may underestimate true premorbid ability in these individuals. Similar findings would be likely with the conceptually identical WTAR measure. These measures should be used with appropriate caution and may be usefully supplemented by predictions based /in open-access format as requested Paul Graham Morris This Often Happens Dear, Thank you for submitting your article to. The article has been reviewed and whilst the reviewers recognise merits, it was not deemed to be of sufficient /


The Constitutional Underpinnings Unit IA Historical Basis and Conceptual Development of the United States Constitution and the Federal Government.

The Constitutional Underpinnings Unit IA Historical Basis and Conceptual Development of the United States Constitution and the Federal/ Slave Clause (runaways to be returned to their owners) Constitutional Breakdown Article I - Congress Article II - President Article III - Judiciary Article IV - The States Article V - Amendments Article VI - Supremacy Article VII - Ratification Article I, Article II, Article III Article I - Congress Structure and Election –House of Representatives –Senate Qualifications /


Supplemental Materials to a Journal Article Alexander (Sasha) Schwarzman American Geophysical Union Co-chair, NISO/NFAIS Working Group.

(name, version) application_information size validity Montréal, 3 August 2011Balisage 2011: The Markup Conference 25 Challenges: conceptual Heterogeneity: an archive or a document may contain both Additional and Integral content Relationships: related but different objects/ The Markup Conference 26 Challenges: conceptual (contd) Granularity down: what level to choose entire sup. mat., groups, objects, …? Granularity up: link to a specific item within the article or to the article as a whole? Should Related /


BIG DATA Conceptual Modeling to the Rescue David W. Embley with special thanks to Stephen W. Liddle and the Data Extraction Research Group at Brigham Young.

Object identity resolution Free-form query processing Form-based advanced query processing ER 2013 Keynote57 All based on Conceptual Modeling Canonicalization for Lexical Object Sets Easter 1832 JulianDate(1832113) JulianDate(1832113) 22 Apr 1832 Saml and /and – Lung cancer Task: locate, gather, organize data from: – Single Nucleotide Polymorphism database – Medical journal articles – Medical-record database – Radiology images and reports ER 2013 Keynote76 Example: Bio-Medical Research Form-Based Extraction/


Consumer Buying Behavior in Financial Services: An Overview By: Sally McKechnie Presented by: Farrah Dang Article 46.

Behavior in Financial Services: An Overview By: Sally McKechnie Presented by: Farrah Dang Article 46 Objective… To examine the current status of buyer behavior literature, so that some/& experience of persons familiar to the specific product-market interface being studied Industrial/International Marketing & Purchasing Group… Sets out to conceptualize industrial marketing and purchasing as an interactive process which takes place within the context of long-term relationships between buyers and sellers /


THE CONCEPTUAL TABLE: A STRATEGY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK OF A FIELD RESEARCH OR KNOWLEDGE.

not provided  Start reading in detail only when it developed a conceptual table "to our needs" 10/05/2015 Dra. María Isabel Vera 3 THE CONCEPTUAL TABLE  Where instrument reflected the content of an article, book or scientific text content.  The table reflects, by/22simposiodcs/textos/La_evaluacion_II.pdf pp. 465-67463, 7, 75465, 7, 67474 Ref. 4,6,10, 25, 30 465- 470 encue sta CONCEPTUAL OPERATING TABLE I  Once made ​​ the table we have an overview of all aspects that are on the subject of our interest  /


Is perception continuous with cognition? The cognitive impenetrability of vision See my BBS article on my web site: ruccs.rutgers.edu/faculty/pylyshyn.html.

Is perception continuous with cognition? The cognitive impenetrability of vision See my BBS article on my web site: ruccs.rutgers.edu/faculty/pylyshyn.html The answer goes along with / understanding of how the visual system connects with the world rests on three empirical pillars : 1. Evidence that perceptual representations must be primarily conceptual/descriptive (Chapter 1)  Evidence that vision has at least three major architectural stages ; a) a preconceptual and preattentive stage in which /


The Constitutional Underpinnings Unit IA Historical Basis and Conceptual Development of the United States Constitution and the Federal Government.

The Constitutional Underpinnings Unit IA Historical Basis and Conceptual Development of the United States Constitution and the Federal Government Classical Origins  Ancient Greece Athenian Democracy  The / branches  Equal representation of each state with one vote  9 of 13 states required to pass legislation  Unanimous votes to amend the Articles Articles of Confederation Powers and Limits  COULD Borrow money Create army and navy Declare war Establish post offices Form treaties  COULD NOT Tax states,/


1 Simulation Conceptual Modeling Study Group Welcome to the Spring 06 Simulation Interoperability Workshop Meeting.

05 SIWs (121 Attendees) Progress –IAW TOR, established SISO reflector (now Discussion Group) with 79 subscribers –IAW TOR, issued data call on SCM SG reflector for empirical evidence on simulation conceptual modeling –Article in SISO Simulation Technology Magazine –Initial Draft of SCM Vision Statement –3rd Compilation of SCM Bibliography 4 Rationale The Simulation/


Page 1 International Economic Intelligence Knowledge and Information Supply of Strategy in Taiwan: Basis for the Development of Conceptual Networking for.

their levels to form the initial provide hierarchical numbers to show their levels to form the initial conceptual framework. conceptual framework.  Identify Economic Factors for foreign trading environment: General Institute; Anti Dumping; Dispute Settlement /Conceptual Information Networking Demonstration Conceptual Information Networking (WTO) Level 1: Agreement Level 2: Agreement Items Under Level 1 Level 3: Industry classification Level 4: Agreement Items Under Level 3 Level 5: Description of Articles/


Thesaurus Linguae Sericae (TLS) 新編漢文大典. AN HISTORICAL AND COMPARATIVE ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF CHINESE CONCEPTUAL SCHEMES A CONSTRUCTION SITE ON THE WEB.

of Modern Russian, (in Russian) Vienna: Slawisischer Almanach, 1984 TLS has profited from the courageous attempts at contrastive conceptual ethnography by Anna Wierzbicka: Semantics, Culture, and Cognition: universal human concepts in culture-specific configurations, OUP 1992 Understanding /language of the project is for a large part Chinese. Ca. 700 Chinese books and articles on Chinese synonymy have been listed and assembled/photocopied so far, for systematic analysis. This represents a /


Useful Articles, Works for Hire

article is considered a “useful article”. Applied art vs. “industrial design” Applied art: hood ornament; cartoon character figures attached to a product; separate, decorative elements of commercial products Industrial design: sleek and comfortable pen or kitchen appliance; sports car design IDSA Award Winners Design Elements Brandir Int’l v. Cascade Pacific Physical separability: Mazer; hood ornament “Conceptual/A A RIBBON Rack Co. Carol Barnhart Conceptual separability test Judge Newman test (Carol /


Useful Articles, Works for Hire Intro to IP – Prof Merges 2.12.09.

article is considered a “useful article”. Applied art vs. “industrial design” Applied art: hood ornament; cartoon character figures attached to a product; separate, decorative elements of commercial products Industrial design: sleek and comfortable pen or kitchen appliance; sports car design IDSA Award Winners Design Elements Brandir Int’l v. Cascade Pacific Physical separability: Mazer; hood ornament “Conceptual/A A RIBBON Rack Co. Carol Barnhart Conceptual separability test Judge Newman test (Carol /


Company LOGO B2C E-commerce Web Site Quality: an Empirical Examination (Cao, et al) Article overview presented by: Karen Bray Emilie Martin Trung (John)

commerce Web Site Quality: an Empirical Examination (Cao, et al) Article overview presented by: Karen Bray Emilie Martin Trung (John) Nguyen Kenneth C. Brawley Agenda 1.Introduction 3. Conceptual Framework 4. Methodology and Results 5. Implications and Limitations 6. / site. It includes trust and empathy, i.e. the web site should be secure and personalized. Trust Empathy Conceptual Framework  Attractiveness: consists of the issues of whether web pages are fun to read and subjectively pleasing. Playfulness /


Useful Articles, Works for Hire Intro to IP – Prof Merges 2.9.12.

article is considered a “useful article”. Applied art vs. “industrial design” Applied art: hood ornament; cartoon character figures attached to a product; separate, decorative elements of commercial products Industrial design: sleek and comfortable pen or kitchen appliance; sports car design IDSA Award Winners Design Elements Brandir Int’l v. Cascade Pacific Physical separability: Mazer; hood ornament “Conceptual/ utilitarian Not copyrightable subject matter Conceptual separability test Judge Newman test /


CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK. Class Announcements  Assignment #1 due January16 th ; available on-line  Assignment #2 due January 20 th ; available on-line 

purpose and nature of the economics  3) Qualitative characteristics and limitation of financial information 1. Objectives of Financial Reporting  Every conceptual framework begins with a statement of objectives  Users - investors & creditors Consideration of various users’ objectives not just dominant group /- credible sources (e.g. Wikipedia)  Provide sufficient referencing (i.e. text, articles, e-books, etc.) within the body of your research project and in a bibliography at the end of your paper.


Two Articles on CSCL Design Presented by Arne Valen 27.4. 2006 Use and Abuse of Reusable Learning objects ITCOLE Project.

Two Articles on CSCL Design Presented by Arne Valen 27.4. 2006 Use and Abuse of Reusable Learning objects ITCOLE / etc.) LO should be a combination of multiple elements, facilitating learning based on learners choices and learning characteristics. Developing Learning Objects Two processes: Conceptualization and Collaborative development Conceptualization LO modeling requires a double vision: Global understanding of curricula to conceive a content object as part of larger whole Micro vision to create content/


Www.bradford.ac.uk/management Critically Review An Academic Journal Article A Sample Essay in the Human Resource Management Module Tutor: Jo McBride.

Behrends’ paper, discussing in turn its conceptual bases, research methods, main findings, and practical implications. Paragraph 1 - Introduction The first sentence of this introduction paragraph points out the chosen article’s research focus and summarises the reviewer/ suitable for the smaller firms in question. This finding resonates with a core theme running through Behrends’ conceptualization of recruitment in SMKIPSFs, and indeed smaller firms more generally, that these firms are distinct from larger /


Stratalism – conceptual foundations for the theory of levels in Whiteheads and Hartmanns ontologies Jakub Dziadkowiec M. Phil. John Paul II Catholic.

: causation & decision. Hierarchy – an ordered system with increasing degree of complexity. Jakub Dziadkowiec, Stratalism - conceptual foundations for the theory of levels... 15 Mechanisms of stratification the Creativity One Many – provides novelty, the /and dynamics of static and vertical gothic cathedral? Jakub Dziadkowiec, Stratalism - conceptual foundations for the theory of levels... 19 H-stratalism In the article Hartmann’s Stratified Reality Peruzzi (2001) develops Hartmann’s stratalism in several /


Database Design Sections 11 & 12 drawing conventions, generic model, integrity, keys, mapping conceptual model to logical/physical model.

perspective  Review 11.3.3  What would happen to the generic model if we had to add 10 new ARTICLE types, each with their own attributes? Marge Hohly4 Generic Modeling  Have more attributes in fewer entities  Many mandatory /rules  Example: PANTS waist size was mandatory, with ARTICLE waist size becomes optional  What other businesses would be good candidates for generic modeling? Marge Hohly5 Relational Database Concepts  Conceptual model transforms into a relational database  A relational database/


Conceptual Overview For Understanding the New Paradigm Provided by: Web Services Section.

Conceptual Overview For Understanding the New Paradigm Provided by: Web Services Section Agenda 1.Intro to CA Web Publishing 2.Content Types 3.Dynamic /Column stuff Bottom Container Stuff Home Page configure a filter configure a filter Dynamic display of the most recent content! My News 2 News article text snippit My News 2 News article text snippit One update could potentially dynamically update 1,000 pages! Content Types enable Dynamic Reuse! Contact Information Events Exams Executive Banners Executive /


Co-development of conceptual understanding and critical stance An essential condition for science learning Laurence Viennot PRES Sorbonne Paris Cité, University.

+ belief that seeing is understanding -« Echo-explanation » : mirroring students’ common ways of reasoning - Ignoring some variables, phenomena : conceptual reduction - Uncontrolled generalisation - « All-or-nothing » approach - … As a result: serious inconsistencies Web site EPS-MUSE; Viennot / ‘C’ indicates when the students first used their awareness of the incoherence to criticize the article or to retrospectively criticize their own attitude during the interview. Steps in students’ intellectual paths:/


Agenda Introduction Theoretical and conceptual frameworks – Metacognition – Working framework – Your article’s theoretical framework Measures of metacognition.

and others— ‘knowledge and control’ Agree to not agree? Activity – ID constructs and develop working model from homework – ID/Discuss frameworks as found (and not found) from articles Brown Framework (Variation) DeclarativeConditionalProceduralPlanningMonitoringInfo. Manage.EvaluationDebugging Underlying conceptual framework for the MAI http://www.lifecircles-inc.com/Learningtheories/constructivism/flavell.html Measures Think-alouds Confidence ratings Interviews Open-ended items Teacher (other) ratings Self/


Representing process research in journal articles Karen Golden-Biddle Boston University School of Management “Doing, Writing & Publishing Process Research”

each “strategizing patterns” p. 632 In Figure 2 – Implications of structurational patterns of strategizing behavior for shaping strategy - sequential or simultaneous axis How does Paula’s article represent process in developing its storyline? #3 What conceptual products are developed? -- particular meta-theories, patterns, mechanisms, multiple narratives and meanings more generally, creation of novel models Patterns of strategizing behavior Use of process based/


Chapter 9 DOMAIN MODELS Objectives

Example: Fig 9.2 Partial domain model – a visual dictionary A domain model may contain: Domain Objects or Conceptual Classes Associations between conceptual classes Attributes of conceptual classes No operations! Dr. Kivanc Dincer CS319 Week 4 - Oct.3,2005 Fig. 9.4 A domain/. item identifier in the sales domain is a generalization of types such as Universal product code(UPC) or European Article Number(EAN) Dr. Kivanc Dincer CS319 Week 4 - Oct.3,2005 Non primitive Data Types Applying these guidelines to/


–Understand that scholarly writing is argumentation –Understand several rules for successful scholarly writing –Understand how articles are structured.

articles “Big Ideas” – Chapter 5 As a result of your readings and our class discussion this week you should have a basic understanding of and be able to explain the following: Research Question Hypotheses A WORKING MODEL OF COMMUNICATION RESEARCH Narrow focus Identify topic STEP 1: CONCEPTUALIZATION/The Forest & some of its trees... Topic selection Research questions and hypotheses Conceptual and operational definitions Literature review organization/structure Making an argument with literature/research /


THE INTEGRATED READING & WRITING SYLLABUS: From Conceptualization to Implementation Dr. Leta Deithloff The University of Texas at Austin.

THE INTEGRATED READING & WRITING SYLLABUS: From Conceptualization to Implementation Dr. Leta Deithloff The University of Texas at Austin /opinions/comprehending readings they like), model where they need help (supporting reasoning/unfamiliar texts and deep analysis), and scaffold until you bridge the gap Reading Tasks  Textbooks  Articles  Novels  Essays  Theoretical constructs  Research reports  Business documents  Graphs, charts & data  And more… Writing Tasks Students must work beyond summary to /


28 SEP 2013 Library Workshop for EDD 8008 Conceptualizing Research Part 1: Learning APA Style and RefWorks.

28 SEP 2013 Library Workshop for EDD 8008 Conceptualizing Research Part 1: Learning APA Style and RefWorks Outline Citing references and citation styles Learning APA Style Managing /.Go to the Crossref web site http://www.crossref.orghttp://www.crossref.org 2.Enter the DOI in the DOI Resolver Search Box 26 Electronic Journal Articles Journal article with DOI Bore, A., & Wright, N. (2009). The wicked and complex in education: Developing a transdisciplinary perspective for policy formulation, implementation /


Sharing Experiences in Writing Scientific Research Articles Universitas Terbuka 2 – 4 February 2015 Past is experience, present is experiment. Future is.

Modul, kit Ujian Kelas, online Manajerial SDM, Finansial, Fasilitas, Angka partisipasi, Simintas,...... Central focus of an article review* 1.Significance and clarity of the research problem – purpose of the paper 2.Significance and clarity of/ order to contribute to the development and sharing of such best practices Concept paper Proposes new theoretical/conceptual models/frameworks relevant to certaint field of interest Position paper Provides original perspectives, interpretations and insights pertaining/


NCSX NCSX Conceptual Design Review1 Manufacturing and R&D Phil Heitzenroeder for the NCSX Engineering Team.

manufacturing techniques for the vacuum vessel (cold forming; investment casting) and coil castings (investment casting). NCSX NCSX Conceptual Design Review12 Inputs from the Manufacturing Studies Were Used to Develop NCSX’s Plans The budgets and schedules shown /–One casting will be used by PPPL to manufacture a prototype coil. –The second, if acceptable as a “first article” casting, will be used to manufacture the first coil. Casting Manufacture –A single competitively awarded contract will be issued/


Category-Specific Deficits and Implications for the Structure of Conceptual Knowledge David Price.

) Fruits/vegetables naming=47% (c) Musical instruments= 50% (d) Tools=60% (e) Vehicles=67% (f) Articles of clothing=71% (g) Body-parts=100% Worst at naming animals as compared to any other category Data does not /living things Domain-Specific Hypothesis Central assumption: evolutionary pressures resulted in specialized neural circuits dedicated to processing (both conceptually and perceptually) distinct categories of objects. Instantiates the notion that semantic system may be organized categorically. (/


The Research Process: Conceptualization Phase Prepared by Dr. Rodger De Padua Department of Education Region III Division Training on the PREPARATION OF.

exists and you intend to make your study explain it / = Yes x = No 31 STEP 2c: Defining Research Conceptual Tags (CTs) Conceptual Tags/Variables Lexical Definition ( according to authoritative sources) Operational definition (how the term is/will be used in the paper/ may the research productivity of the participants be described in terms of: 3.1. Research Output 3.2. Review Articles 4. Is there any significant relationship between research productivity of participants and their 4.1. Workload 4.2. Research /


Spanish WFD article 13 reporting WISE Technical Team meeting June 7th 2010 Madrid.

We took the opportunity to implement a reporting mechanism that should be applicable to all reporting obligations, not only Article 13 reporting, in the WFD era. Integration of the information has been a key priority –Automation –Coherence/ 2.009 WISE Technical Team – Madrid June 2010 Tools implemented Organizational tools –Consulting team to define information exchange conceptual model, contents, data specification and exchange formats A thorough reporting guide has been developed for Spain (very well /


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