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Read more about Research Data Management in the Canadian Context

Research Data Management in the Canadian Context

Copyright Year: 2023

Contributors: Carlisle-Johnston, Dennie, Fortin, Hill, and Thompson

Publisher: Western University

License: CC BY-NC

Research Data Management is a term for all the things that researchers do to structure, organize and maintain data before, during and after doing research. RDM is also an emerging discipline that is concerned with researching and developing ways to manage research data more effectively. But what is research data? Where is the push towards formal Research Data Management coming from? What are the requirements of good data management? Research Data Management in the Canadian Context: A Guide for Practitioners and Learners looks at these questions and more, all with a focus on Canadian guidelines, regulations and infrastructure.

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Read more about Content Area Language and Literacy

Content Area Language and Literacy

Copyright Year: 2024

Contributors: Ali and Berg

Publisher: University of Northern Colorado

License: CC BY-NC-SA

Content Area Literacy courses have long been a requirement in teacher education programs for pre-service teachers for the secondary level and, sometimes, for the elementary level. The 2020 World-class Instructional Design and Assessment (WIDA) Framework takes a genre approach that aligns well with the traditional Content Area Literacy courses in teacher preparation programs. WIDA argues for an educational approach that fosters (a) equity of opportunity and access, (b) integration of content and language, (c) collaboration among stakeholders, and (d) a functional approach to language development. This textbook examines the elements that make up the Simple View of Reading with adjustments made for the increasing Multilingual student population. Then, the text focuses on the Key Uses of Language (KLUs) developed by WIDA with examples of how these are employed in different Content Areas. The final chapters focus on the unique needs and benefits of Multilingual students within U.S. classrooms.

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Read more about Communication Across Cultures

Communication Across Cultures

Copyright Year: 2024

Contributors: Chang, Windeatt, and Stockwell

Publisher: University of Southern Queensland

License: CC BY-NC

These resources will prepare culturally and linguistically diverse students for academic study in situations involving intercultural communication.

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Read more about Government Powers and Limitations - 1st Edition

Government Powers and Limitations - 1st Edition

Copyright Year: 2024

Contributors: Clairmont, Derstine, Metzdorf, Kemp, Thomison, Vidal, DePuy, and Solberg

Publisher: Oregon State University

License: CC BY

This volume focuses on constitutional doctrine and law in the areas of government powers and limitations. It includes excerpts of landmark cases related to the judiciary and executive, contracts and takings clauses, and due process. The excerpts include the constitutional issues in these cases that are related to government powers and limitations with other questions of law and dicta omitted.

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Read more about Neuroscience, Psychology and Conflict Management

Neuroscience, Psychology and Conflict Management

Copyright Year: 2024

Contributor: Rafferty

Publisher: James Cook University

License: CC BY-NC

This peer reviewed eBook introduces readers to foundational concepts in neuroscience, cognitive psychology, personality psychology and social psychology to help explain why conflict occurs, how it develops and how it may be managed and/or resolved.

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Read more about Creative Translation for Real-World Contexts: English ↔ Spanish

Creative Translation for Real-World Contexts: English ↔ Spanish

Copyright Year: 2024

Contributor: Attig

Publisher: Bowling Green State University Libraries

License: CC BY-NC-SA

Creative Translation for Real-World Contexts is one of the first translation textbooks designed for Spanish/English speakers at an intermediate-high (B2) level. This book introduces students to the basic ideas of translation while addressing frequent pain points that recur when working bidirectionally. Additionally, a focus is placed on fostering metacognitive skills by encouraging creative translation from real-world environments such as narration, business, advertising, specialized contexts (including inclusive and queer language), and in situations when there are no clear translations available, such as sci-fi and fantasy works. Chapters alternate between Spanish and English as the languages of discussion, thus providing an equitable challenge for native speakers of both languages.

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Read more about Zombie Apocalypse: Holy Land, Haiti, Hollywood

Zombie Apocalypse: Holy Land, Haiti, Hollywood

Copyright Year: 2024

Contributor: Rey

Publisher: North Broad Press

License: CC BY

Zombie Apocalypse: Holy Land, Haiti, Hollywood explores the intellectual and cultural histories of two highly influential and essentially religious ideas, that of the zombie and that of the apocalypse. The former is a modern idea rooted in Haitian Vodou and its popular African and European religious antecedents, while the latter is an ancient one rooted in Zoroastrianism and the Bible and widely expanded in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, and is arguably one of the most influential ideas in world history. Today the merger of the zombie and the apocalypse has pervaded popular culture, with the zombie surpassing the vampire and Frankenstein as the most prolific monster in popular American consciousness.

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Read more about Unlocking the Digital Age: The Musician's Guide to Research, Copyright, and Publishing

Unlocking the Digital Age: The Musician's Guide to Research, Copyright, and Publishing

Copyright Year: 2024

Contributors: DeLaurenti and Copland

Publisher: The Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University

License: CC BY

Based on coursework developed at the Peabody Conservatory, this book serves as a crucial resource for early career musicians navigating the complexities of the digital era. This guide bridges the gap between creative practice and scholarly research, empowering musicians to confidently share and protect their work as they expand their performing lives beyond the concert stage as citizen artists. It offers a plain language resource that helps early career musicians see where creative practice and creative research intersect and how to traverse information systems to share their work. As professional musicians and researchers, the authors’ experiences on stage and in academia makes this guide an indispensable tool for musicians aiming to thrive in the digital landscape.

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Read more about Biological Psychology

Biological Psychology

Copyright Year: 2024

Contributors: Hove and Martinez

Publisher: ROTEL

License: CC BY-NC-SA

Biological psychology is the study of the biological bases of behavior and mental processes. It explores how biological factors like genes, hormones, neurotransmitters, and brain structures influence psychological components like thoughts, emotions, memories, and actions. This free and open textbook provides a wide ranging and up-to-date introduction to the main topics and methods of biological psychology.

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Read more about Statistics Through an Equity Lens

Statistics Through an Equity Lens

Copyright Year: 2023

Contributor: Anthony

Publisher: ROTEL

License: CC BY-NC-SA

This Open Educational Resource (OER) carries a significant responsibility by presenting statistics through an equity lens. The metaphor of a lens is used intentionally–as the glasses one wears can have a profound effect on what one sees. The book encourages further inspection of the ways in which data is collected, interpreted, and analyzed on a variety of social justice issues, such as health disparities, hunger and food insecurity, homelessness, behavioral health (mental health and substance use), and incarceration of males of color. It also attempts to reveal how the misuse of data can reinforce inequities, for example, by stigmatizing people and labeling neighborhoods as high poverty, violent, and having poor educational opportunities. Whether an intended or unintended consequence, irresponsible data use can contribute to racist impressions of people and communities.

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