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  LITREHome
It is the quality enhancement plan portion of NC State's reaccreditation portfolio for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
LITRE's primary strategy is to establish an ongoing, systematic investigation into the effectiveness of technology-based innovations to improve learning.
The first phase of LITRE was launched in 2004 with three large first-wave projects and a faculty small-grants program.
litre.ncsu.edu   (246 words)

  
  Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Litre
Litres are most commonly used for items measured by the capacity or size of their container (such as fluids and berries), whereas cubic metres (and derived units) are most commonly used for items measured either by their dimensions or their displacements.
In 1795, the litre was introduced in France as one of the new "Republican Measures", and defined as one cubic decimetre.
In 1901, at the 3rd CGPM conference, the litre was redefined as the space occupied by 1 kg of pure water at the temperature of its maximum density (3.98 °C) under a pressure of 1 atm.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Milliliter   (1280 words)

  
  Litre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Litres are most commonly used for items measured by the capacity or size of their container (such as fluids and berries), whereas cubic metres (and derived units) are most commonly used for items measured either by their dimensions or their displacements.
In 1793, the litre was introduced in France as one of the new "Republican Measures", and defined as one cubic decimetre.
In 1901, at the 3rd CGPM conference, the litre was redefined as the space occupied by 1 kg of pure water at the temperature of its maximum density (3.98 °C) under a pressure of 1 atm.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Litre   (780 words)

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