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SITT 2022: Strategies and Practices in Facilitating Students' Class Engagement by Yutian Tan

In this presentation, the author will share her strategies in facilitating students' engagement and discussion in an introductory level culture class (CHN 009: Introduction to Chinese Language…

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Webinar Intro to Advising and Requirements 6.22.22

Advisors in the College of Letters & Science discuss important information for newly admitted students. Topics include degree requirements, selecting fall courses, balancing your schedule and…

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Natural Language Processing with Python (3-part series) – Part 3 of 3 – 2022-05-27

This three-part workshop series introduces participants to natural language processing (NLP) with Python. It builds on our text mining series, "Getting Started with Textual Data," by…

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Natural Language Processing with Python (3-part series) – Part 2 of 3 – 2022-05-25

This three-part workshop series introduces participants to natural language processing (NLP) with Python. It builds on our text mining series, "Getting Started with Textual Data," by…

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Natural Language Processing with Python (3-part series) – Part 1 of 3 – 2022-05-23

This three-part workshop series introduces participants to natural language processing (NLP) with Python. It builds on our text mining series, "Getting Started with Textual Data," by…

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Marc Olds Exit Seminar 6/7/2022

Marc Olds delivers his MS exit seminar for Soils and Biogeochemistry on the topic of "Automating Soil Taxonomy"

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506 Blake

This interview is with Robert Blake, Professor and Chair Emeritus of Spanish and Portuguese. He was appointed in 1992 and retired in 2020. Bob’s research interests include Spanish…

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Storer Lecture - Erich Jarvis - April 26, 2022

"Evolution and Mechanism of Brain Pathways for Vocal Learning and Spoken Language" by Erich Jarvis, Rockefeller University Erich Jarvis, Ph.D. – Using innovative research techniques…

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school youth programs 2022 guest lecture

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Beyond Basics: R Fundamentals 5-Part Series – Part 4 of 5 – 2022-02-23

This 5-part workshop series (in which the 5th workshop is an optional online Q&A that will not be recorded) aims to help learners understand the relatively small but fundamental computational…

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Beyond Basics: R Fundamentals 5-Part Series – Part 2 of 5 – 2022-02-16

This 5-part workshop series (in which the 5th workshop is an optional online Q&A that will not be recorded) aims to help learners understand the relatively small but fundamental computational…

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Beyond Basics: R Fundamentals 5-Part Series – Part 1 of 5 – 2022-02-14

This 5-part workshop series (in which the 5th workshop is an optional online Q&A that will not be recorded) aims to help learners understand the relatively small but fundamental computational…

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Beyond Basics: R Fundamentals 5-Part Series – Part 3 of 5 – 2022-02-18

This 5-part workshop series (in which the 5th workshop is an optional online Q&A that will not be recorded) aims to help learners understand the relatively small but fundamental computational…

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UWP W 2022 - Week 8 Mini-Lecture

Focus on interview questions, peer review feedback and revision.

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ECS20 - W22 - Lecture 11 (6T): Relations and Functions 3

Lecture 2022-02-08. Equinumerous sets. Another proof that the rationals are countable. Uncountability of the set of all languages over {0,1}. When do things become impractical? Concrete dividing…

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ECS20 - W22 - Lecture 8 (4R): Sets 3

Review of strings and languages. Closing a set of languages using some operators. Regular languages. Examples. BYTE, WORD32, and WORD64 as languages computers "like", and how we…

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