Title: What is a Vote Worth? A Resource Guide for Teaching and Learning Engaged Civics - The Woman Suffrage Movement
Publisher: [n.p.], 2019.
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Thank you for sharing! I think we can learn a lot about indigenous cultures by looking at the struggle of the Kaingang.
IHU Summer School Language Program
by Randi Tanglen
The Western Literature Association and the Charles Redd Center for Western Studies will sponsor two K-12 Teaching Awards to provide teachers with the opportunity to attend the Western Literature Association Annual Meeting in Estes Park, Colorado from September 18-September 21, 2019.
From: The National Security Archive
Reading Barr's Redactions on Mueller's Report
Has anybody been involved with implementing a chatbot in their higher-education institution? What were some of your challenges? I've been trying to research what the process is on the IT side - configuring the bot, training it on your knowledgebase, installation, integrations with other systems like Banner, etc., but I'm mostly just getting marketing info and promises that it's easy, but would like to know your experiences. Specifically with any of the popular education focused chatbot companies like AdmitHub, Ivy, YANA, etc.
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