How to Conduct Scientific Research On the Internet (Without Getting Duped) #yam

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English: Some of the basic elements of the scientific method, arranged in a cycle to emphasize that it is an iterative process. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

You know how to tell if something controversial is actually true, but what if you want to read up on something without stumbling into half-truths and pseudoscience? Here’s how to use the internet as a powerful research tool without being led astray.

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Here’s an Ethical Dilemma For You

Image via Wikipedia Web Worker Daily have a great post about intellectual property (IP) rights. Specifically it gives you information on what to do if your work is stolen on-line.I’d really like to tell you about this post as it contains great inf…

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Web Worker Daily have a great post about intellectual property (IP) rights. Specifically it gives you information on what to do if your work is stolen on-line.

I’d really like to tell you about this post as it contains great information about how to deal with this problem but, if I quote it, am I simply copying?

I’ll take my chances and put it down to Fair Use.

You can read the article here:

WebWorkerDaily » Archive What To Do When Your Work is Stolen Online «

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The Teaching or the Subject?

Image via WikipediaIt’s definitely a well worn complaint. “Computers are sooo booooriiiing.” Except the students complaining spend half their lives on FaceTube and MyBook. So, what’s the problem? Is:the subject dull the teaching worse the students…

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It’s definitely a well worn complaint. “Computers are sooo booooriiiing.” Except the students complaining spend half their lives on FaceTube and MyBook. So, what’s the problem? Is:

  • the subject dull
  • the teaching worse
  • the students useless

Your answers on a postcard.

IT work is ‘boring,’ students | Tech News on ZDNet

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