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From WikiEducator Media Release: Open Education Resource (OER) Foundation / UNESCO Office for Pacific States Pre-meeting SCOPE Seminar for the OER university. 16 February to 2 March 2011 - BCcampus
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A heuristic is a "rule-of-thumb", advice that helps an AI program or human think and act more efficiently by directing thinking in an useful direction. Some of these heuristics are age-old wisdom, bordering on cliche, but most are actually helpful. If you want something done, do it yourself Comment: Obviously true, and doing it is usually very good for your self esteem. A surprising amount of work can be done this way, and experts are not always necessary.
Five Top Universities That Offer Free Courses Online Want to get a college education for free? You may not get a diploma, but the knowledge is all yours from these top universities. By Kathryn Hawkins . Posted on February 06 2011 Maybe you sometimes find yourself wishing you’d spent a little more time with the books than jamming with the band back in your school days.
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First published Fri Jun 29, 2001; substantive revision Tue Aug 21, 2012 Bento (in Hebrew, Baruch; in Latin, Benedictus) Spinoza is one of the most important philosophers—and certainly the most radical—of the early modern period. His thought combines a commitment to a number of Cartesian metaphysical and epistemological principles with elements from ancient Stoicism and medieval Jewish rationalism into a nonetheless highly original system. His extremely naturalistic views on God, the world, the human being and knowledge serve to ground a moral philosophy centered on the control of the passions leading to virtue and happiness. They also lay the foundations for a strongly democratic political thought and a deep critique of the pretensions of Scripture and sectarian religion.
From the Art of History column of the February 2010 issue of Perspectives on History By Lynn Hunt The Art of History is a new series of articles by senior scholars who are willing to share their thoughts on, and offer advice about, some aspect of the art and craft of historical research and writing, drawing upon their own experiences in particular. The series began with Caroline Walker Bynum’s article " Teaching Scholarship ". Writing is stressful. Sitting in my computer chair my neck and shoulder muscles almost immediately tense up as I dig around in my brain for the best phrase or even any coherent string of words, whether I am writing an essay like this one, a book chapter, a letter of recommendation, or an email message to a friend.