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comment Is it a good idea for a nonnative English speaker to have native speakers help make the English in statement of purpose perfect?
@Ooker: The inconsistency in styles will shine through, which will raise questions. It is probably better to write the document yourself and get your friend to help correct your English, rather than rewrite it.
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comment Is is necessary to include computer code into thesis?
What's a disc??
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comment How much information should I include in my lecture slides?
@Raphael: We are talking about lecture notes/slides for students, not research articles.
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comment How much information should I include in my lecture slides?
@Davidmh: What is?
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answered How much information should I include in my lecture slides?
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comment Setting exercises and assignments when everything is on the web
I would think, the same. Maybe send an email to David Black-Schaffer at Uppsala University and ask/
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comment Why don't journal publishers ask for proof of affiliation?
Why do they need proof of credentials?
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revised A weaker version of a published theorem with a simpler method; what should be done?
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answered A weaker version of a published theorem with a simpler method; what should be done?
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comment Setting exercises and assignments when everything is on the web
The Flipped Classroom approach uses class time to solve problems and address questions that arose while watching lectures during homework time.
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comment Does anyone actually publish “structured proofs”?
Not exactly the same format, but look at the work of Roland Backhouse or Richard Bird.
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