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Educators' and severely disabled students' perspectives on inclusions in general education classrooms

Victoria Gay
The purpose of this study was to investigate through surveys, observations, and interviews, educators' and severely disabled students' perspectives on inclusion in general education classrooms. The results of the study show that although some educators feel positively about inclusion, some feel inclusion would not prove beneficial for all students. Students' attitudes toward inclusion were generally positive. The discussion focuses on strategies to foster a positive attitude about inclusion. This study concluded that inclusion would be...

When It’s Bad Cess to Assess!

Jay Freyman
Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council

An Introduction to the Syntax and Content of Cyc i

Cynthia Matuszek, Michael Witbrock, John Cabral & John DeOliveira
From the beginning, a primary goal of the Cyc project has been to build a large knowledge base containing a store of formalized background knowledge suitable for supporting reasoning in a variety of domains. In this paper, we will discuss the portion of Cyc technology that has been released in open source form as OpenCyc, provide examples of the content available in ResearchCyc, and discuss their utility for the future development of fully formalized knowledge...

Automated Population of Cyc: Extracting Information about Namedentities from the Web

Purvesh Shah, David Schneider, Cynthia Matuszek, Robert C. Kahlert, Bjørn Aldag, David Baxter, John Cabral, Michael Witbrock & Jon Curtis
Populating the Cyc Knowledge Base (KB) has been a manual process until very recently. However, there is currently enough knowledge in Cyc for it to be feasible to attempt to acquire additional knowledge autonomously. This paper describes a system that can collect and validate formally represented, fully-integrated knowledge from the Web or any other electronically available text corpus, about various entities of interest (e.g. famous people, organizations, etc.). Experimental results and lessons learned from their...

Crystal Kuykendall - 04/18/2006 - (Riall Lecture Series)

Crystal Kuykendall
Begun in 1988, the E. Pauline Riall Lecture Series brings to the University and community outstanding national lecturers in the field of education. The series was established by the late Miss Riall, long-time principal and teacher of the former Salisbury University's Campus School. A generous bequest was provided by Miss Riall's will to fund this special program. Crystal Arlene Kuykendall, Author and Educational Consultant – Riall Speaker on 4/17/2006 (pm) and 4/18/2006 (am).

Crystal Kuykendall - 04/17/2006 - (Riall Lecture Series)

Crystal Kuykendall
Begun in 1988, the E. Pauline Riall Lecture Series brings to the University and community outstanding national lecturers in the field of education. The series was established by the late Miss Riall, long-time principal and teacher of the former Salisbury University's Campus School. A generous bequest was provided by Miss Riall's will to fund this special program. Crystal Arlene Kuykendall, Author and Educational Consultant – Riall Speaker on 4/17/2006 (pm) and 4/18/2006 (am).

Sonia Nieto - 10/05/2006 - (Riall Lecture Series)

Sonia Nieto
Begun in 1988, the E. Pauline Riall Lecture Series brings to the University and community outstanding national lecturers in the field of education. The series was established by the late Miss Riall, long-time principal and teacher of the former Salisbury University's Campus School. A generous bequest was provided by Miss Riall's will to fund this special program. Dr. Sonia Nieto, Professor Emerita, University of Massachusetts, Amherst - Riall Speaker on 10/4/2006 (pm) and 10/5/2006 (am).

Sonia Nieto - 10/04/2006 - (Riall Lecture Series)

Sonia Nieto
Begun in 1988, the E. Pauline Riall Lecture Series brings to the University and community outstanding national lecturers in the field of education. The series was established by the late Miss Riall, long-time principal and teacher of the former Salisbury University's Campus School. A generous bequest was provided by Miss Riall's will to fund this special program. Dr. Sonia Nieto, Professor Emerita, University of Massachusetts, Amherst - Riall Speaker on 10/4/2006 (pm) and 10/5/2006 (am).

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Optimizing the Optical Properties of Functionalized Silver Nanoparticles by Size

Heyjin Park; Chanda Ranjit Yonzon; Richard P. Van Duyne

Imaging of in Vitro Collagen Fibers by Atomic Force Microscopy

Keun-Ho Kim; Isabel Nocedal; Horacio Espinosa; Yoshiro Fukui

Resonance-Amplified Diffraction Sensors

Mohammed Parpia; Joseph T. Hupp; Jennifer Roden

Electrochemical and Binding Studies of Solvent Reorganization Energy Probes

Charlotte A. Mason; Thomas J. Meade; Amanda L. Eckermann

Detection of Biological Analytes at Physiological Conditions using Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance Spectroscopy

Erin McLellan Hicks; Chanda Ranjit Yonzon; Richard P. Van Duyne; Jessica A. Huber

Calculations on the Optical Properties of Layered Metal Nanospheres

John Flintermann; George Schatz; Kevin Shuford

Preparation and Electrochemical Analysis of Several Solvent Reorganization Energy Probes

Thomas J. Meade; Daniel J. Feld; Amanda L. Eckermann; Kylie D. Barker

Nanotechnology-Based Approaches to Alzheimer's Clinical Diagnostics

Lei Chang; William Klein; David Andrew Davis

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