Renaissance Poetry and Drama in Context

Author: Andrew Lynch
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 9781443808408
Release Date: 2009-03-26
Genre: Literary Criticism

Renaissance Poetry and Drama in Context is a stimulating refereed collection of new work dedicated to Emeritus Professor Christopher Wortham of The University of Western Australia. The essays provide a rich context for the interdisciplinary study of the English Renaissance, from its medieval antecedents to its modern afterlife on stage and screen. Their up-to-date engagement with many scholarly fields - art and iconography, cartography, cultural and social history, literature, politics, theatre, and film - will ensure that this book makes a valuable contribution to contemporary Renaissance studies, with a special interest for those researching and teaching English literature and drama. The nineteen contributors include distinguished Renaissance scholars such as Ann Blake, Graham Bradshaw, Alan Brissenden, Conal Condren, Joost Daalder, Heather Dubrow, Philippa Kelly, Anthony Miller, Kay Gililand Stevenson, Robert White, and Lawrence Wright. Work on Shakespeare forms the core of this coherent collection. There are also significant essays on Magnificence, Donne, Marlowe, A Yorkshire Tragedy, Jonson, Marvell, the Ferrars of Little Gidding, and female conduct literature. hardbound with dust jacket; xii+353 pp; 18 b/w illustrations.

A Guide to Learning Independently

Author: Lorraine Marshall
Publisher: Pearson Higher Education AU
ISBN: 9781442562240
Release Date: 2013-09-16
Genre: Study Aids

A Guide to Learning Independently 5e describes techniques to help students succeed in formal education. It helps with learning tasks such as writing assignments, reading textbooks, making notes and concentrating when studying, as well as offering a range of suggestions as to how students can meet the requirements of their teachers and courses. It is also designed to help students discover their own learning goals and how they learn best. The text rests on the premise that it is possible for a person to change the way they approach their learning. It is directed to the individual student because it is the individual who must write the essays and reports, pass the exams and organise themselves in order to be successful in the tertiary education system. As well as offering realistic and well-tested study strategies, this Guide focuses on your reasons for study as you balance the demands of study with the rest of your life. It will help you clarify your particular strengths as a learner and develop a repertoire of independent lifelong learning skills. The comprehensive range of study techniques.

Essential Skills for Science Technology

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0195558316
Release Date: 2008
Genre: Science

The essential guide for any student studying science or technology, introduces the core academic skills needed to learn and succeed at university. Focused on step-by-step skills development, it aims to help readers become better students who are more likely to succeed.

Navigating the Research University A Guide for First Year Students

Author: Britt Andreatta
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9780495913788
Release Date: 2011-01-01
Genre: Education

Full of practical tips and tools and useful personal advice, NAVIGATING THE RESEARCH UNIVERSITY: A GUIDE FOR FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS, 3E, provides students with a comprehensive introduction to education at a research institution. While orientation sessions and other first-year programs are designed to orient students to the many aspects of university life, this text helps them navigate the university on a daily basis. Suitable for first-year experience courses, orientation, or first-year seminars, the text is designed to support students at a broad range of research universities and gives you the flexibility to easily incorporate unique features of your own institution. Britt Andreatta helps students understand research, the role it plays in the university, and the basic methodologies used in a variety of disciplines. Andreatta also guides students in developing the skills necessary for achieving academic success, including critical thinking, thoughtful analysis, and effective writing. In addition, the text includes valuable insights into the personal and working issues students may encounter as new and aspiring members of a community of scholars. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Emotionally Intelligent Leadership for Students

Author: Marcy L. Shankman
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470615737
Release Date: 2010-08-09
Genre: Education

The EILS Development Guide is meant to be used as a companion to the EILS Inventory, which offers a valid and reliable, quantitative and qualitative, self assessment of emotionally intelligent leadership skills. The EILSDevelopment Guide contains guidance for students who want to develop each of the 21 capacities, including: definitions for each capacity, student quotes, suggested leadership development experiences and activities, suggested further reading and films to watch, other learning opportunities, notable quotes, and reflection questions.

Innovative Learning for Leadership Development

Author: Julie E. Owen
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781119073352
Release Date: 2015-02-26
Genre: Education

Critically examine the intersections of learning and leadership. Using L. Dee Fink's taxonomy of signicant learning as a scaffold, experts in leadership education explain connections between emerging scholarship of teaching and learning and current trends in leadership, how to develop a more complex understanding of the levers of leadership learning, the environments that promote meaningful and measurable leadership learning, and the evidence behind such a practice. This volume examines: the role of leadership educator, the roles of authenticity (being true to one’s self) and criticality in education (interrogating beliefs and questioning power dynamics), select learning theories and their implications for leadership learning, and strategies for constructing leadership-related learning outcomes and assessing leadership learning. The Jossey-Bass quarterly report series New Directions for Student Leadership explores leadership concepts and pedagogical topics of interest to high school and college leadership educators. Issues are grounded in scholarship and feature practical applications and best practices in youth and adult leadership education.

The Global Virtual University

Author: John Tiffin
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 0415287022
Release Date: 2003
Genre: Education

This book is about the shift from the modern university of the nation state to the global virtual university of the future. John Tiffin and Lalita Rajasingham launched the idea of virtual universities on the Internet with the publication of 'In Search of the Virtual Class: Education in an Information Society' in 1995. Since then, virtual universities have multiplied worldwide. However, the authors argue that globalisation and the Internet are still in their infancy, and universities have yet to face the challenges of global free trade in broadband telecommunications, artificial intelligence and HyperReality. Based on material gathered from research in the USA, Japan, Taiwan, Brazil, Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand, this book describes how a global university could function in the future and presents a paradigm from which it might be constructed. This unique, visionary text will be critical reading for academics, postgraduate students and for anyone involve din policymaking and planning within the university community and administration.

Workplace Learning In Health And Social Care A Student S Guide

Author: Jackson, Carolyn
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
ISBN: 9780335237500
Release Date: 2011-02-01
Genre: Medical

This is a practical resource for anyone undertaking work based learning in health and social care. It introduces and explores the practicalities of learning and work, and is designed to help you make the most of your work based learning experience. The book includes insights from other work based learners, case studies and tips for practice. There are chapters on reflective practice, personal development and how to document your learning - making this the essential practical guide for work based learners.

Advances in Information Systems

Author: Tatyana Yakhno
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540411840
Release Date: 2000-10-11
Genre: Computers

This volume contains the proceedings of the First International Conference on Advances in Information Systems (ADVIS) held in Izmir (Turkey), 25{27 October, 2000. This conference was dedicated to the memory of Professor Esen Ozkarahan. He was great researcher who made an essential contribution to the development of information systems. This conference was organized by the Computer - gineering Department of Dokuz Eylul University of Izmir. This department was established in 1994 by the founding chairman Professor Ozkarahan and there he worked for the last ve years of his live. The main goal of the conference was to bring together researchers from all around the world working in di erent areas of information systems to share new ideas and to represent their latest results. We received 80 submissions from 30 countries. The Program Committee selected 44 papers for presentation at the conference. The invited and accepted contributions cover a large variety of topics: - neral aspects of information systems, data bases, data warehousing, computer networks, Internet technologies, content-based image retrieval, information - trieval, constraint programming and arti cial intelligence. The success of the conference was dependent upon the hard work of a large number of people. We gratefully acknowledge the members of the Program C- mittee who helped to coordinate the process of refereeing all submitted papers. We also thank all the other specialists who reviewed the papers.

Emotionally Intelligent Leadership for Students

Author: Marcy Levy Shankman
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118821671
Release Date: 2015-01-05
Genre: Education

A how-to guide to help for facilitators and instructors developemotionally intelligent leadership capacities in their students The Emotionally Intelligent Leadership for Students:Facilitation and Activity Guide delivers a comprehensivecurriculum for those who want to help students foster the 19emotionally intelligent leadership (EIL) capacities presented inthe book Emotionally Intelligent Leadership: A Guide forStudents. Research from around the world has demonstrated thatthere is a relationship between emotional intelligence andleadership. For the all-new second edition, the authors havecompletely rewritten all the modules according to their revised,data-based EIL model. These activities bring theory into practice,targeting specific learning outcomes that will help students becomebetter leaders. This guide will allow you to lead students through theEmotionally Intelligent Leadership for Students: StudentWorkbook and can be used with or without the EmotionallyIntelligent Leadership for Students: Inventory, which helpsstudents to assess their EIL capacities. Contains 23 all new modules consisting of step-by-stepinstructions for facilitating leadership activities Reflects 19 emotionally intelligent leadership capacitiesderived from new research Provides hands-on learning experiences and case studies thatallow students to enhance their leadership abilities Includes clear instructions for modifying activities to fit anysetting or time constraint The Emotionally Intelligent Leadership for Students suiteof resources offers an immersive and transformative educationalexperience, fostering growth and promoting intense self-reflection.Students will be empowered to develop into the effective leaders ofthe future.

Encyclopedia of Distance Learning Second Edition

Author: Rogers, Patricia L.
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 9781605661995
Release Date: 2009-01-31
Genre: Technology & Engineering

Offers comprehensive coverage of the issues, concepts, trends, and technologies of distance learning.

Design Recommendations for Intelligent Tutoring Systems

Author: Dr. Robert A. Sottilare, US Army Research Laboratory
Publisher: U.S. Army Research Laboratory
ISBN: 9780989392303
Release Date: 2013-08-01

Design Recommendations for Intelligent Tutoring Systems explores the impact of computer-based tutoring system design on education and training. Specifically, this volume, “Learner Modeling” examines the fundamentals of learner modeling and identifies best practices, emerging concepts and future needs to promote efficient and effective tutoring. Part of our design recommendations include current, projected, and needed capabilities within the Generalized Intelligent Framework for Tutoring (GIFT), an open source, modular, service-oriented architecture developed to promote simplified authoring, reuse, standardization, automated instruction and evaluation of tutoring technologies.

The Intelligent Patient s Guide to the Doctor Patient Relationship

Author: Barbara M. Korsch
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198026293
Release Date: 1998-11-05
Genre: Medical

Do you feel that your doctor doesn't pay attention to what you say? Does your doctor cut you off when you try to explain how you feel? Do you think your doctor could remember your name without referring to your chart? Does your doctor seem to be in such a hurry that you don't even get a chance to ask your most important questions? Do you spend more time waiting than actually talking to your doctor? Do you understand what your doctor says? At one time or another, we have all had these complaints. This book will teach you how to ask the right questions, understand the answers, and show you how to take more control of your visits to the doctor and your own health. This is the first book in which communication pioneer Barbara M. Korsch, M.D., reveals what she has learned about the doctor-patient relationship dilemma during almost half a century of investigation. In clear, simple language, Dr. Korsch answers most of our common questions: How do I know when I'm sick enough to go to the doctor? How do I know if it's serious enough to go to the emergency room? What do I do if I can't follow the advice my doctor gives me? She walks us through a typical visit to the doctor, showing us how to prepare ourselves so we don't forget the question that has been worrying us for weeks as soon as we walk through the doctor's door. She gives important tips on how to survive the dreaded hospital experience. And she offers insight into the doctor's side of the relationship, showing how doctors are trained to be task-oriented and how their natural human sympathy is discouraged throughout their careers. Finally, she offers patients useful strategies for humanizing the relationship. Korsch's helpful, commonsense recommendations are extensively illustrated with real-life doctor-patient conversations which she recorded on audio and video tape over the course of the last thirty years. She was one of the first medical professionals to emphasize the importance of teaching doctors how to talk to patients as part of their medical training. She serves as consultant and lecturer to medical schools, hospitals, and medical practices throughout the world to help the next generation of doctors communicate with their patients. Above all, after years of research, she has found abundant evidence that the relationship patients form with their doctors directly determines the quality of the care they receive. This is a vital book for anyone who is concerned about their health and who wants to take control of their medical care. So much depends upon asking the right questions and on finding a doctor who will listen to you. This book gives you the tools and the confidence to do just that.