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  • Understanding The Difference Between DAT and MCAT
    If you are a pre-heath student, you will need to understand that dentistry and medicine are completely different career paths available in front of you. Due to the same reason, there are different requirements to get into professional schools. The pre-medical students will need to go through the Dental Admission …
    Source: Scholarly Open AccessPublished on 2019-10-29By Stef Brezgov
  • What Is A Scholarly Article – Definition and Types
    For research purposes, it is necessary to find a scholarly article, or, as they are also called, academic, peer-reviewed or refereed journals. Dozens of possibilities can be found in a quest for references that may be important to work, a lot more than one can be able to read extensively. …
    Source: Scholarly Open AccessPublished on 2019-10-29By Stef Brezgov
  • Introducing CC Accidenz Commons: An Open-Licensed Font

    The story of the Creative Commons (CC) logo is linked to the story of CC.  In 2002, just one year after the founding of CC, designer Ryan Junell accomplished the difficult task of designing a logo that is distinctive, yet teaches through its design. Over time, the CC logo has
    Source: Creative CommonsPublished on 2019-10-28By Claudio Ruiz
  • OpenEdition recruits a Data steward for the TRIPLE project
    General information Reference : USR2004-CELHER-011 Workplace : Marseille Date of publication : Friday, October 18, 2019 Type of Contract : FTC Technical / Administrative Contract Period : 24 months Expected date of employment : 1 December 2019 Proportion of work : Full time Remuneration : between 2076 € and 2184 € gross monthly according …
    Source: Open Electronic PublishingPublished on 2019-10-28By OpenEdition team
  • PAT section of the DAT Exam
    When a pre-health student is going through the Dental Admission Test, he will have to complete a test that measures the perceptual ability. This test is known as Perceptual Ability Test or PAT. You need to make sure that you are getting through this section of the exam with positive …
    Source: Scholarly Open AccessPublished on 2019-10-28By Stef Brezgov
  • We Support the UNESCO Recommendation on OER

    As part of the drafting committee, Creative Commons (CC) fully supports the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Educational Resources (OER) on which the member states will vote at the 40th session of the UNESCO General Conference in November. We laud the multitude of national governments and open education experts engaged in
    Source: Creative CommonsPublished on 2019-10-24By Cable Green
  • The Importance Of Compliant Texting In Healthcare
    Modern technology has a great impact on all spheres of life. Today, without the use of advanced technology, life is almost impossible to imagine. Of course, this applies to practically all spheres of business as well. Companies that don’t develop according to these rules will simply disappear over time. If …
    Source: Scholarly Open AccessPublished on 2019-10-24By Stef Brezgov
  • Early Bird Registration is Open for the CC Global Summit!

    The 2020 Creative Commons (CC) Global Summit is returning to Lisbon, Portugal on 14-16 May! We’ve grown the CC Global Summit every year as hundreds of leading activists, advocates, librarians, educators, lawyers, technologists, and more have joined us for discussion, debate, workshops, planning, talks, and community building. Whether you’re
    Source: Creative CommonsPublished on 2019-10-23By Alison Pearce
  • Open Access Week 2019: OpenEdition in Avignon, Strasbourg and Dakar

    Open Access Week runs between 21 and 27 October. It is an international event which allows everyone to discover initiatives that aim to promote open access to research results and for which this year’s theme is “Open for Whom? Equity in Open Knowledge”. The OpenEdition team will speak in …
    Source: Open Electronic PublishingPublished on 2019-10-23By OpenEdition team
  • A face-scanning algorithm increasingly decides whether you deserve the job; The Washington Post, October 22, 2019
    Drew Harwell, The Washington Post; A face-scanning algorithm increasingly decides whether you deserve the job HireVue claims it uses artificial intelligence to decide who’s best for a job. Outside experts call it ‘profoundly disturbing.’““It’s a profoundly disturbing development that we have proprietary technology that claims to differentiate between a productive worker
    Source: Intellectual Property and “Open” Movements BlogPublished on 2019-10-23By Kip Currier, PhD, JD

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