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This book is Open Access under a CC BY 4.0 license. The book presents the Invited Lectures given at 13th International... see more

MarXiv Papers is a free, Open Access ePrint (preprints/postprints) repository for Ocean and Marine-Climate Sciences.... see more

AgriXiv.org is a free, open access preprints archive for Agriculture and Allied Sciences. AgriXiv.org utilizes the Open... see more

Many instructors find class size, time, volume of discussion posts, and other variables as obstacles to accurately... see more

The cultivation of providing online feedback that is positive, effective, and enhances the learning experience is a... see more

A nice article about MERLOT (in Chinese). 

Cientifica Redalyc, located at the Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico, is a scientific information database system... see more

The fight against cancer in general and advanced cancer in particular is essentially a losing battle. However certain... see more

Editorial in SURGERY Journal on how Minimally-invasive 'Key-hole' surgery has changed the surgical scenario today. It is... see more

Editorial in GASTROENTEROLOGY Journal on Ameba-infested drinking water in third world countries and their public health... see more

Editorial in SURGERY Journal about the social stigma of AIDS in general public as well as in medical community AIDS, HIV,... see more

Scientific objectivity in surgical research is explained in simple terms in this Editorial in SURGERY Journal Objective... see more

In this concluding issue of the series in SURGERY journal (1999) on the use of radioisotopes in surgery, the authors... see more

Upper gastrointestinal endoscopy affords diagnosis of common, and some not-so-common, gastric lesions Endoscopy, upper... see more

Therapeutic endoscopy has made considerable inrroads in the treatment of surgical disorders of the GI Tract. This has... see more

Thorough clinical and radiological investigations are of paramount importance in the diagnosis of malignant melanoma of... see more

Computer programs for automatic interpretation of physiological variables in critically ill surgical patients are quick... see more

With medical science constantly expanding its frontiers, the only way a surgeon can keep abreast with the changes and to... see more

The following materials and information reflects the essential role of Instructional Science in Education and how can an... see more

This brief article discusses some of the pros and cons of digital badging.  It could be a session starter at a... see more

This article, written in 2012 discusses the use of badges in higher education, gaming, and credentialing.  A good... see more

This is a pro-badging article written by Kyle Peck of Penn State University.  It addresses the need for assessment in... see more

This is a white paper from Brett Bixler and Ken Layng of Penn State University. It includes a brief bibliography and a... see more