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Technology and Libraries: Impacts and Implications
Information Organization
Learning More: Free LIS Resources
Contextualizing Libraries: Their History and Place in the Wider Information Infrastructure
Ethics and Values in the Information Professions
Is going to college worth my time
Preparing for College
Choosing a Class
Learning at the College level
Going to Class
Taking notes
Studying
Study Skills
Assignments
If you must cram
Practice
Exams
Five Point Essay
Parts
How To Become A Good Student
Contemporary Educational Psychology
Behaviorism: Changes in What Students Do
Chapter 2: The Learning Process
Chapter 3: Student Development
Chapter 6: Student Motivation
Chapter 9: Instructional Planning
Ideologies of Government
International Relations
Comparative Politics
Saylor.org's Comparative Politics
Fundamental rights
Preamble
Citizenship
Definition
The Goals of E-Government
The Challenges of E-Government
Making E-Government Happen
Politics
Chapter 2 - Concentration On Studies
Chapter 3 - Behavior
Chapter 4 - Management
Chapter 1 - Motivation
Conclusion
Memory Techniques
Information Grasping
Speed Reading
Repetition
Proofs
General Tips For Practicing
Introduction
Consequences
Characteristics
Causes
Eliminating Procrastination
Chronic Procrastination
Resources
Defining the State
Social Science Theory and Reasoning
The Comparative Method
John Stuart Mill’s Methods of Comparision
Varieties of Methods in Comparative Politics
Authoritarian States
Totalitarian States
What is Democracy?
Characteristics of Democracy
The Role of the Executive Branch
The Role of the Judicial Branch
Presidential, Semi-Presidential, and Parliamentary Systems
Types of Legislatures: Unicameral vs Bicameral Systems
Confederations vs. Federations
Limits of Written and Unwritten Constitutions
Types of Electoral Systems
Direct Democracy: Evaluation and Feedback
The 'Iron Triangle': Legislators, Bureaucrats, and Interest Groups
Defining Bureaucracy
Bureaucrats vs. Political Appointments
The Public Sector
Privatization in Government
Christian Democracy
Social Democracy
Environmentalism
Informal Economies and Black Markets
Corruption and Cronyism
Government Relations
Social Movements and Activism
How Do People Form Political Attitudes?
Media Ownership and Multimedia Conglomeration