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Books I’d Like to Read

For your reading and collection development pleasure: 137: Jung, Pauli, and the Pursuit of a Scientific Obsession by Arthur I. Miller “The history is fascinating, as are the insights into the personalities of these great thinkers.”–New Scientist Is there a number at the root of the universe? A primal number that everything in the world…

That’s the title of the short article I have in our most recent York Libraries Faculty Newsletter. It’s a rejigged version for faculty of the two posts I did a while back on the blog I use for IL sessions, here and here. I’ll be doing a more formal report on the IL blog at…

This one’s on Cracked.com and, unusually for them, is Safe for Work. Now, I’m down with making education more interactive, social, customizable, multitasking, multimedia and web-enabled and all that, but for every good thing there are potential downsides. And Cracked’s article nicely sums up some of the more, shall we say, absurd and ridiculous implications…

A small selection from some tables of content from a few recent journals and proceedings. These will require subscription access to the ACM Digital Library. Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education Connecting k-16 curriculum & policy: making computer science engaging, accessible, and hospitable for underrepresented students by Joanna Goode Computational thinking for the sciences: a…

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