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  • Unknown author (Urbanism Next, 2019-05)
    Welcome to the 2019 National Urbanism Next Conference! This last year has seen dramatic advancements and serious setbacks in new mobility, autonomous vehicles, e-commerce, and the sharing economy. We have seen significant ...
  • Halverson, Andy (American English Institute, University of Oregon, 2018)
    For many language teachers around the world, the classrooms of today may look and feel very different to those that we remember from our own childhood. In teacher training workshops and professional development activities, ...
  • Short, Barbara (University of Oregon, 2012)
    This study examines some aspects of student performance in the 21st century skills of Information and Communication (ICT) Literacy and collaboration. In this project, extant data from the Assessment and Teaching for 21st ...
  • Carlson, Chris; Garah, Joey (2006)
    29 Visionary HYMNS is a collection of original poetry with annotations written for Suzanne Clark's HC 444 seminar on Cold War Literature. The poems are written in the form of John Berryman's Dream Songs, and refer to ...
  • Weidman, Katie (Robert D. Clark Honors College, University of Oregon, 2003-11-21)
    For my paper, I would like to compare the rhetoric, focus, and intent of media coverage today with that of the sixties. I will discuss the stories, photographs, and editorials used by the Eugene Register Guard to depict ...
  • Yang, Min Chieh (University of Oregon, 2021)
    Due to metal organic framework (MOF) high surface area and crystal lattice architecture, electronic conductive MOF has arisen to become a promising candidate for energy store applications. However, as binding nature between ...
  • Quintanilla, Andrea; Simons, Evan; Frost, Stephen (University of Oregon, 2020)
    Primate cranial shape in relation to age, sex and taxonomy is a growing topic of research, with large-bodied Old World monkeys being among the most studied using geometric morphometrics (GM) and used as models for human ...
  • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2000-03-22)
    Proposes to use 3P (Probability is Proportional to Prediction) fall, buck and scale sampling to ensure the accuracy of timber cruises, develop local volume tables, and validate timber volume equations.
  • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2000-03-24)
    Determines no environmental impact statement is necessary for project proposing to use 3P fall, buck and scale sampling to ensure the accuracy of timber cruises, develop local volume tables, and validate timber volume equations.
  • Schauffler, Mia (University of Oregon, 2014-05)
    This thesis is an attempt to discuss contemporary issues in journalism in the form of a screenplay. This script builds upon the classic films that preceded it, but differs by engaging in a dialogue of contemporary issues ...
  • Rasmussen, Cheri (2009)
    The 4th grade teachers at CRE participated in the 6 + 1 Writing Traits workshop through out last year. Looking at the scores, there was improvement in the Exceeds/Meets category and a drop in the conditional category. ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian (What's New in Publishing, 2019)
    Este informe se divide entre seis capítulos que presenta los generadores de ingresos principales para editores: muros de pago, suscripciones, publicidad, libres de anuncios, eventos, y e-commerce. Se acaba por mirar a ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian (What's New in Publishing, 2019-04)
    This report is divided into six chapters outlining the main revenue drivers for publishers: paywalls, subscriptions, advertising, ad-free models, events, and ecommerce. It finishers with a look at the new emerging revenue ...
  • Radcliffe, Damian (What's New In Publishing, 2021-11-17)
    Newly revised for 2021, this report is an essential, exhaustive look at the multiple revenue opportunities available to publishers today, from new ideas to existing strategies. Topics include: Subscriptions, paywalls, and ...
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    Joe, Moore (2017)
  • 525 Words 
    Susholtz, Lynn (Center for Community Arts & Cultural Policy, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2017)
  • Heese, Brianna; Ribe, Rob (University of Oregon, 2018)
    This studio project was organized around the plans for a new TriMet light rail line to Tigard, Tualatin, and Washington County. Though this Southwest Corridor project is still in the early phases of planning and design, ...
  • Gleason, Greta (University of Oregon, 2015-06)
    In light of new legislation defining society’s newest standards for math learning, my research aims to observe how teachers are adapting to put these mandates into practice. Through a case study of one high school Algebra ...
  • Motahari, Kiana (University of Oregon, 2015-06)
    The world around us is changing and this time we are the ones to blame. From melting glaciers to disappearing lakes, climate change is no longer a problem our children & children’s children will have the privilege of ...

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