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  2. York University v Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency (Access ...

    b) as a posting to a learning or course management system (e.g. Moodle or Quickr) that is password protected or otherwise restricted to students of the university; or c) as part of a course pack.

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    This class addresses the fake news challenge and teaches students to be informed consumers of information. This means developing information literacy, and a stronger understanding of the platforms and politics involved in the communication of fake news and facts. Contents 1 Timeline 1.1 Week 9 1.2 Week 10 1.2.1 Assignment Instructions 1.3 Week 11

  4. Limit inferior and limit superior - Wikipedia

    The superior limit is the larger of the two, and the inferior limit is the smaller of the two. The inferior and superior limits agree if and only if the sequence is convergent (i.e., when there is a single limit). The limit inferior of a sequence. x n {\displaystyle x_ {n}} is denoted by.

  5. Virtual world - Wikipedia

    A virtual world (also called a virtual space) is a computer-simulated environment which may be populated by many users who can create a personal avatar, and simultaneously and independently explore the virtual world, participate in its activities and communicate with others.

  6. Online learning in higher education - Wikipedia

    Starting in 1985, Connected Education offered the first totally online master's degree in media studies, through The New School in New York City, also via computer conferencing. Several years later, in 1989, the University of Phoenix began offering education programs through the internet.

  7. Psoralea esculenta - Wikipedia

    Psoralea esculenta, common name prairie turnip or timpsula, is an herbaceous perennial plant native to prairies and dry woodlands of central North America, which bears a starchy tuberous root edible as a root vegetable.

  8. Neverwinter Nights (2002 video game) - Wikipedia

    Neverwinter Nightsis a third-personrole-playing video gamedeveloped by BioWare. Interplay Entertainmentwas originally set to publish the game, but financial difficulties led to it being taken over by Infogrames, who released the game under their Atarirange of titles. It was released for Microsoft Windowson June 18, 2002.

  9. Visionlearning - Wikipedia

    In 1998, Dr. Anthony Carpi, an environmental chemist and then-assistant professor at John Jay College of the City University of New York, designed and launched a prototype Internet learning resource for science students, called The Natural Science Pages.