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6998

Re: Spectrum of Beta Lyrae

Hi. ... I looked quickly, and the plates in that article might be usable! —chris ... Hi. Asked my colleague, Richard Wade, and this was his response: Otto
Christopher Palma
Jan 18
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6997

Spectrum of Beta Lyrae

Does anyone have access to an image of the spectrum of Beta Lyrae, that identifies the elements (H, He, Fe, Si, O, etc.) associated with the various absorption
Alexander L. Rudolph
Jan 18
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6996

Astronomy current events questions, 1/22-1/26 (fall semester start-u

Students are assigned to read online articles on current astronomy events, and take a short current events quiz during the first 10 minutes of lab. (This
waiferx
Jan 17
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6995

Re: [Astrolrner@CAE] OER for "Life in the Universe"

I've been teaching a "life in the universe" course for many years and rely on a lot of articles. Chyba & Hand's review article in ARAA is a decent read. There
Michael Allen
Jan 16
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6994

Re: OER for "Life in the Universe"

I don’t think there’s an OER all-in-one yet. A couple of free resources to consider when cobbling together a reading list that are free are: 1) My
Nick Strobel
Jan 16
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6993

RTSRE & iNATS co-located conference in Hawai'i, July 2018

*Robotic Telescopes, Student Research and Education Conference* (RTSRE ) *Hilo, Hawai'i, USA. 23rd to 25th of July. 2018* and *The
Michael Fitzgerald
Jan 15
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6992

Re: OER for "Life in the Universe"

Thank you for all the good suggestions for the Astro OER part. Andy, I am currently using the Openstax book for my “regular “ intro courses. Where my own
Levine, Deborah, A
Jan 15
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6991

Re: OER for "Life in the Universe"

Hi Deborah: One possibility is to use the OpenStax free astronomy book: http://openstax.org/details/astronomy http://openstax.org/details/astronomy but only
fraknoi
Jan 14
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6990

Re: [Astrolrner@CAE] OER for "Life in the Universe"

hi, Deborah... Tom Bania teaches a one-semester LITU course at BU. here's his syllabus and resource list -- not especially rich in OER alternatives, but there
Beatty, Kelly
Jan 14
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6989

OER for "Life in the Universe"

Hi all, I’m trying to use OER alternatives to textbooks wherever feasible in my General Education astronomy classes. I’m new to teaching Life in the
Deborah Levine
Jan 13
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6988

HOUSTON REGION #ASTRO101 TEACHING EXCELLENCE WORKSHOP – MARCH 17 &

ANNOUNCING THE HOUSTON REGION #ASTRO101 TEACHING EXCELLENCE WORKSHOP – MARCH 17 & 18, 2018 Interested in improving your astronomy and planetary science
Tim Slater
Jan 11
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6987

Re: mental note, in one sentence or less

While I don’t typically post to the list serve, I have to say that the use of haiku has motivated a lurker like me to get in the game…. Thanks Julia!!
Prather, Edward E - (eprather)
Jan 5
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6986

Re: mental note, in one sentence or less

Replace formulas So I’ll use tables and graphs Let them discover ... =========== Tad Thurston tthurston@... Replace formulas So I’ll use tables and
Tad Thurston
Jan 5
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6985

Re: [Astrolrner@CAE] mental note, in one sentence or less

Listen more, lecture less. -Robin Hastings
robin.hastings
Jan 5
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6984

Re: mental note, in one sentence or less

think-pair-share clicker responses saved for credit will butts be in seats? -- Dr. Robert Morehead Instructor - Observatory Director Texas Tech University
Morehead, Robert
Jan 4
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