WORKSHOP: Copyright and Your Dissertation
PRESENTER: Madelyn Wessel, Associate General Counsel
TIME: Noon – 1:30pm
DATE: Thursday, March 28
LOCATION: The CLIC, Room 306 Bavaro Hall
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED: Doctoral students will get an email next week with registration information. Lunch is provided.
WANT TO READ “THE CHRONICLE”?
If you are off-Grounds and have experienced problems accessing articles full text in the Chronicle of Higher Education, use this
link to guarantee you get the full text. Then, be sure to click on the entry for the Publisher.
WANT TO READ “EDUCATION WEEK”?
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SYSTEM UPGRADE NEXT WEEK
To provide enhanced user features and reliable bus arrival predictions, the Department of Parking and Transportation’s University Transit Service (UTS) will be upgrading the HoosWhere System next week. UTS anticipates the current system will be unavailable from March 10 through March 14, 2013.
During this interruption, passengers should rely on the published route schedules available on the UTS website at http://www.virginia.edu/uts. Passengers may also contact UTS at 434-924-7711 or email email@example.com for route information and schedules. See here for more information.
This amazing photograph captured the current stage of demolition on the 3rd floor of Ruffner Hall which was the previous location of the CLIC. The CLIC is scheduled to return to the Ruffner Hall location after renovations are completed.
This past Saturday, Curry’s Ed Council and the Student Virginia Education Association (SVEA) sponsored the workshop, Dealing with Difficult Behaviors. Shanna Hirsch and Emily Ely provided leadership for the event and reported that 75 students attended the workshop.
In the workshop, the presenters (both of whom are teachers) focused on the most challenging 15% of classroom discipline problems. The goal was to create a positive learning environment by examining the effects of behaviors and attitudes and exploring strategies for changing those behaviors and attitudes that are counterproductive to teaching and learning.
Title: Handbook of Early Childhood Education
Location: CLIC Handbook Area: LB 1139.25 .H34 2012
Table of Contents
Note: Handbooks in the CLIC may not be checked out, but may be scanned for free or photocopied for 8 cents per page.
RESOURCE FOR SCIENCE TEACHERS
Codebreakers is a new online research resource for the history of genetics. It includes digitized books, archives of primary source materials, and other resources like the Genetics Timeline from the Wellcome Library and other partner institutions.
The official start of daylight savings time is 2am this Sunday morning.
Throughout the semester, we will be highlighting information about finding, organizing, analyzing, managing, displaying, and preserving your research data. See this week’s featured data information below.
NCES RELEASES NEW STATE-LEVEL DATA
New state-level data on arts education, early childhood education, as well as school, college, and career readiness are now available on the National Center for Education Statistics State Education Reforms website. The “Assessment and Standards” section of the site had two tables updated and one table added. In the “Staff Qualifications and Development” section, a new table was added. Three tables were updated and one table was added in the “Student Readiness and Progress Through School” section. These tables can be easily located by the “Updated!” and “New!” tags next to the table titles.
NCES RELEASES REPORT UPDATE
“Dual Enrollment Programs and Courses for High School Students at Postsecondary Institutions: 2010-11,” a First Look report from the Postsecondary Education Quick Information System (PEQIS), provides national data about enrollment in dual enrollment programs, eligibility requirements for participating in dual enrollment programs, the types of instructors in dual enrollment programs, and expenses paid by students and their parents. This survey is an update to a 2002-03 dual enrollment survey.
This newsletter is produced by the CLIC librarians,
Kay Buchanan and Carole Lohman for the Curry School
of Education to support digital scholarship and research.