Monthly Archives: November 2014

#MondayBlogs: Feliz Navidad! #MerryChristmas! #Xmas Countdown => 33 Days Until Christmas! #ASMSG

There are only 33 days until Christmas! Have you done your Christmas shopping yet? Give someone you love a book this Christmas. Pavarotti,Carreras,Domingo – Feliz Navidad (We Wish You A Merry Christmas) Bought a #Kindle 4 #Xmas? Make sure 2 … Continue reading

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#BookReview of: “The Last #Vestal #Virgin” by Lorraine Carey #ASMSG #IARTG

History meets mystery… “The Last Vestal Virgin“, by Lorraine Carey, skillfully merges the historical, the paranormal, and the mysterious into an unforgettable tale. Right from the beginning, the reader is provided with the background information that will prove essential to … Continue reading

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#ASMSG #Teaching #Academic #Writing: Problematization of Teaching

Problematization of Teaching November 17, 2014 By Dr. Joyce Knudsen “We realized that if we could represent practice, then the possibilities for investigating and communicating about teaching and learning-by different communities-would be enhanced. Although others wanted to highlight our practice, … Continue reading

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Doctor Who Caught and Beat #Ebola Hits the Road to Donate #Blood, Dispel #Myths #ASMSG

By Caroline Chen Nov 6, 2014 This article first appeared on Just two weeks after Kent Brantly, the first person to be treated on U.S. soil for Ebola, walked out of Emory University Hospital cured of the deadly virus, … Continue reading

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