TEAM: Tropical Ecology Assessment & Monitoring Network

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Tropical ecosystems are the biologically richest places on the planet, yet what we know about them comes from scientific studies so specialized that the studies rarely make the local news. “Most ecological studies last fewer than five years at a single study site, with measurements focused on an area of only ten meters squared,” explains Sandy Andelman, Vice President of Conservation International for the Tropical Ecology Assessment and Monitoring (TEAM) network. “Ecology needs to scale...

Ethical Issues in e-learning online education distance education

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McWeadon Professor Badrul Khan discusses Ethical Issues in e-learning online education distance education.
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Online Pedagogy e-learning pedagogy

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McWeadon Professor Badrul Khan discusses Online Pedagogy e-learning pedagogy online education distance education.
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e-learning online distance education blended learning ID elearning on-line learning

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McWeadon Professor Badrul Khan describes e-learning framework. Flexible Learning in an Information Society http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1599043262/readersrecommenb/002-5... View small group discussion at: http://mcweadon.com/video/small-group-low.htm

Management issues in e-learning elearning online on-line distance education

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McWeadon Education founder Professor Badrul Khan delivered a keynote address at the Computer Courseware Development Conference (5-16 February 2007) Kathmandu, Nepal organized by the Asian Development Bank. http://www.adbi.org/event/2104.pilot.computer.courseware/agenda/

SDSU Geological Sciences Webinar - Stephen T. Hasiotis

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Ichnology for the 21st Century: Understanding the differences between continental and marine trace fossils, with implications to the diversity, distribution, and evolution of soil biota ; Department of Geological Sciences, San Diego State University, Seminar Series ; The study of ichnology has come a long way since its inception and it continues to evolve. In particular, progress is being made in understanding the implications of trace fossils in the continental realm and how they can be...