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  2. Rubric (academic) - Wikipedia

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    Holistic rubrics integrate all aspects of the work into a single overall rating of the work. For example, "the terms and grades commonly used at university (i.e., excellent – A, good – B, average – C, poor – D, and weak – E) usually express an assessor's overall rating of a piece of work.

  3. Open University - Wikipedia

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    The Open University was founded by the Labour government under Prime Minister Harold Wilson.Wilson was a strong advocate, using the vision of Michael Young.Planning commenced in 1965 under Minister of State for Education Jennie Lee, who established a model for the OU as one of widening access to the highest standards of scholarship in higher education, and set up a planning committee ...

  4. WizIQ - Wikipedia

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    WizIQ has been featured on TechCrunch, Edsurge, Mashable, The Journal, The New York Times, ZDNet, Yahoo, Business Insider, Learning Solutions Magazine, The New Indian Express, VCCircle, Fast Company, Skilledup, The Edvocate, and other news sites and blogs.

  5. European Humanities University - Wikipedia

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    The university said it would work with students to help them in their education despite the circumstances. [2] In academic year 2020/21 EHU serves around 680 [3] mostly Belarusian students, offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs and promoting research in the humanities and social sciences.

  6. 1935 Saar status referendum - Wikipedia

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    A referendum on territorial status was held in the Territory of the Saar Basin on 13 January 1935. Over 90% of voters opted for reunification with Germany, with 9% voting for the status quo as a League of Nations mandate territory and less than 0.5% opting for unification with France.

  7. Turnitin - Wikipedia

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    Turnitin (stylized as turnitin) is an Internet-based plagiarism detection service run by the American company Turnitin, LLC, a subsidiary of Advance Publications.. Founded in 1998, it sells its licenses to universities and high schools who then use the software as a service (SaaS) website to check submitted documents against its database and the content of other websites with the aim of ...

  8. All Hallows College - Wikipedia

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    Students could use the facilities in Dublin City University and its sister colleges. Students had access to online learning via moodle. An archive of the college was hosted on campus. The college had on-campus accommodation for visiting students and groups. The Purcell House building hosted seminars, conferences, and workshops.

  9. Foursquare City Guide - Wikipedia

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    Foursquare City Guide, commonly known as Foursquare, is a local search-and-discovery mobile app developed by Foursquare Labs Inc. The app provides personalized recommendations of places to go near a user's current location based on users' previous browsing history and check-in history.