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  Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh: The SCHOLAR programme
Drawing on its special expertise in interactive and distance learning, SCHOLAR materials have been specially written by subject specialists from schools, colleges and the university.
Providing students with up- to -date knowledge and skills that prepare them for successful and rewarding careers is at the core of our mission, and is the reason our graduates are in such demand.
SCHOLAR Registration 2007-2008 - Copy of letter mailed to schools about registration details for the new session.
scholar.hw.ac.uk   (355 words)

  
  J-1 Foreign Scholar Information
To obtain a B-1 visa, a prospective scholar ought to have an invitation letter from the department with which the scholar will be affiliated, detailing the dates and activities of the contemplated visit, and stating what if anything is to be provided in the way of reimbursements and honoraria.
Scholars in J-1 status are not permitted to work outside the department with which they are affiliated, or even in areas within that department not directly related to the purpose for which they came to the University.
If a J-1 scholar's initial permission to remain in the United States is valid for less than five years (as it will be if the scholar application materials indicate a shorter period than five years), then an "extension of stay" for any period up to the three-year limit can be granted.
www.umsl.edu /services/intelstu/scholars/j1info.html   (1671 words)

  
  Scholarly method - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Scholars value data that is directly connected to observation, for example, data taken from examining a composer's or author's manuscript, the proceedings of parliamentary debates, or diary entries.
To be sure, a scholar who can keep many facts in his or her head at once has a better chance of seizing upon an important new generalization, or of having a useful new idea.
Such scholars work at their own risk: they are often (though not always) considered to be cranks or to have lost the skill or knowledge needed to participate in scholarly debate.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Scholarly_method   (1770 words)

  
 Robert A. Baron, Digital Fever: A Scholar's Copyright Dilemma
Evidence of the unique status society bestows upon scholars and men in the arts and humanities may be had, ironically, in the tradition of ridicule and satire that Western culture sometimes uses to caricature scientists and humanists by placing them outside of the domain of the daily economy of living.
Today, the residue of the scholars' traditional persona manifests itself as a belief that there is a scholastic warrant freely to access and use resources germane to a chosen enterprise -- for this enterprise is not done for the benefit of self, but rather for the good of the discipline.
Scholars, especially those in the humanities, are being asked to plant their feet in two isolated worlds that cannot together coexist: one is in the past, the other, in the present.
www.studiolo.org /IP/FEVER.htm   (7879 words)

  
 Scholar
Blackboard Scholar is built right into the Blackboard Learning System, for easy integration of relevant, reliable resources and dynamic streams from Scholar, directly into the course.
Students in the course can access the Scholar Course Welcome Page by clicking the Scholar course tool and begin using the resources in their studies right away.
Blackboard, the Blackboard logo, Scholar, and the Scholar logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Blackboard, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.
scholar.com   (541 words)

  
 SciFinder Scholar
SciFinder Scholar - part of the research process for universities around the world
SciFinder Scholar is easy-to-use and enables your research process to be more creative and productive by offering you.
SciFinder Scholar prepares students for the workplace where SciFinder is used in companies throughout the world.
www.cas.org /SCIFINDER/SCHOLAR/index.html   (330 words)

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