Teaching

Weekly summary (July, 20th 2013)

This week I recommend the following posts and papers:

1. The value of academic writing is in its ability to channel further thought. This post exposes that the attempts to measure the value of academic writing in formal assessments have been profoundly damaging both to thought and academic literature. Link

2. The Open Journal Project. This […]

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Weekly summary (June, 29th 2013)

This week I recommend the following posts and papers:

1. Creative Commons. The licenses in the teaching and scientific materials is a complicated issue. Many people ask me about this, and in particular on Creative Commons. This post gives a brief introduction about them. Link

2. Investing in higher education. This post explains the benefits […]

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Weekly summary (June, 15th 2013)

This week I recommend the following posts and papers:

1. Batman is better than Superman. Today I decided to select this post for two reasons: 1) I am a big fan of superheroes, especially Batman, and 2) by the author’s explanation of how this knowledge we can improve our sales. It’s a very entertaining post. […]

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Weekly summary (june, 1st 2013)

This week I recommend the following posts and papers:

1. Defining plagiarism. Here you can find a post which enumerates and describes the five types of existing plagiarism. It is a very interesting post because most people think that there is only one type of plagiarism. Link

2. A letter from a frustrated author. The second […]

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