Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Serengeti, Tanzania: Nobel to Three Activist Women, Ahimsa-Nonharming, A Great Teaching Focus on Student End-user Experience?, The WUaS Subjects' page

"Nobel Peace Prize Awarded to Three Activist Women" :


I added the above Peace Prize article to World University & School's new, wiki,

"Ahimsa - Nonviolence - Pacifism - To avoid harming" subject -

http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Ahimsa_-_Nonviolence_-_Pacifism_-_To_avoid_harming -

which is cross-linked with both the WUaS

"Nontheist Friends - Atheist Quaker?" subject page,

as well as the WUaS "Quaker" subject page,

both wiki, and editable ...

All of WUaS is editable as wiki ...


Is great teaching, at an university,

the best way to focus on student end-user experience? ...

http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/World_University ...

Thank you, Steve, Apple (and Google) for your focus on end-user experience


and for making Apple Computer great!


Nice to be in contact ...

This wiki, WUaS Subjects' page -

http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Subjects -

academically, and organizationally, has aggregated many of the 2000 MIT OCW courses, plus much more

(see the Subject Template -


which is a key to WUaS).

(There are about 10 main, 'organizing' pages at WUaS -

Courses, Subjects, Languages, Nation states, You at World University, Research, Educational Software, Library Resources, Museums, and Hardware Resource Possibilities -

potentially in ALL languages).

And this is infinitely extensible with many creative subjects on the WUaS Subjects' page here already.

WUaS would be a great way for professors early in their career to develop a course, for example.


The Serengeti, Tanzania:






(http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2011/10/serengeti-national-park-tanzania-nobel.html - October 11, 2011)

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