As popular culture flows and consumption opportunities become increasingly ubiquitous, what is often overlooked is the local specificity of the popular culture texts themselves. Click here to view other work by editors Elena Kolesova and Scott Wilson
The ICELF conference focuses on eLearning strategies, policy, pedagogy, research, technology and practice. At its core ICELF endeavors to promote interdisciplinary collaboration and the conference will embody leading edge, rigorous academic thinking.
The model examines two principal scenarios within which are nested matrices of factors that impact scenario outcomes. The first principal scenario is the Laissez-faire scenario, which relies on market forces to determine the time frame for the uptake of hydrogen as a principal energy vector in the economy. In effect, it represents a “No policy” […]
The term akoaga has a pan-Polynesian origin and meaning. In the Samoan language, the term can be broken into two root words, ako and aga. Ako or ato means basket and aga means measurements associated with weaving. Click here to read the book Click here to view other work by authors Deepa Marat, Evangelia Papoutsaki, […]