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I'm Paul, an academic based in Bristol, UK.

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Expect infrequent Tooting about the above etc..

Hope more people will toot about . If not, we’ll summarize afterwards, for all the practitioners and advocates, here.

@oneabstractaday

Cooperative team learning requires:
* Positive interdependence
* Members promoting each anothers' learning
* Members being individually accountable
* Communication skills actively developed
* Group processing of performance

Johnson, D.W. and Others, A. (1991) Cooperative Learning: Increasing College Faculty Instructional Productivity.

eric.ed.gov/?id=ED343465

Just enjoyed reading "Cohort Succession Explains Most Change in Literary Culture." sociologicalscience.com/articl by @TedUnderwood and colleagues. Innovative use of a topic model to look at drivers of cultural evolution

My experiment with Docker desktop on Manjaro did not go well.. Back to plain CLI / VSCode plugin.. I used to like Kitematic but is no longer maintained 😔

Nook, the bridge playing neurosymbolic agent designed by NukkAI, competed against world champions! Very interesting read. I would love to see a published paper about Nook, but didn't find any yet.
theguardian.com/technology/202

Hi, all. I help applied energy researchers with metadata strategy. I speak scientist (EECS PhD in nanofabrication), developer (mostly Python and web tech), and ontologist (RDF and friends). I’m a huge fan of FAIR and knowledge graphs. I do a podcast on Machine-Centric Science: podcast.polyneme.xyz

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Hello all. This is a re- since I changed instances. I am a molecular and cell biologist specializing in cancer research and precision medicine. I also have degrees in business and computer science, so I think a lot about the impacts of technology and innovation on society. I am a strong advocate for open science and diversity in STEM. I run a data science collective and mentor underrepresented graduate/postdoctoral trainees at Hopkins. I am part Lakota and my pronouns are she/her.

For new folks, you can get a daily dose of direct from the primary sources by checking out @ryanfb's : he posts an ancient document on dated to today's date in a year long ago. Today's post concerns an allegation of clerical error (with financial consequences) in official pottery accounts in third century BCE Egypt: botsin.space/@ryanfb/108311721

Listening to passionate people talk about their work and research is my favorite pastime

How is not already a thing among Mastodon communities?

"We do not quit playing because we grow old, we grow old because we quit playing"
- Oliver Holmes

Normal people: "Wooah you're a scientist, you must work with loads of high tech stuff"
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