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THE PHENOMENAL GROWTH IN THE NUMBER of adults enrolled in graduate level classes that are delivered through distance education methods, such as video teleconference technology, has implications for library support services. The authors discuss adult learners and higher education provided in a distance delivery format, case studies centered on these adult(More)
According to J. W. Holmes, because of their great heterogeneity, it is quite difficult to clearly characterise and define non-traditional students. 1 Keeping this in mind, the most commonly shared characteristic defining these students is age, as they are generally returning to school after having spent time at other pursuits. 2 Most non-traditional(More)
In positron emission tomography (PET), there is an increasing interest in studying not only the regional mean tracer concentration, but its variation arising from local differences in physiology, the tissue heterogeneity. However, in reconstructed images this physiological variation is shadowed by a large reconstruction error, which is caused by noisy data(More)
The present linguistic analyses of two children (aged 8 and 10) with Asperger Syndrome (AS) and their two matched controls are based on dyadic therapist-child conversations and on picture description tasks. The circa 100 analysis features covering aspects of (i) lexicon (e.g. prominalization), (ii) structural characteristics of turns, (iii) co-operation(More)
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