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NoteCards

An ambitious hypertext system developed at Xerox PARC, "designed to support the task of transforming a chaotic collection of unrelated thoughts into an integrated, orderly interpretation of ideas and their interconnections".
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Not submitting a notecard by the due date for the assigned podcast would result in a zero.
DETROIT -- Avanti Press is celebrating its hometown with a collection of notecards featuring historical photos of Detroit.
In the sequential condition, the participants studied the set of 18 notecards three times, maintaining the order of the cards.
According to the notecard about Accessibility Island, "One of the island's goals is to provide information on video game accessibility and general information on the different disabilities.
During the semester there are twenty notecard prompts.
My fear here is that the time that it takes them to make an item--be it a notecard, a poster, or other clever project--may take away from learning time and may not really zero in on content mastery or process learning.
In fact, it's not just the beauty, but the connection people feel when they view Lucero's photographs, that draws them in and makes them proud to pass that connection on in the form of a simple, beautiful notecard.
and scribble frantically on a notecard in the four minutes she was allotted per class.
Then stock the table with prepackaged coffee confections with an attached notecard on which the parent or friend may write something.
First I typed out the entire psalm and reduced it to the size of a 4- by 6-inch notecard.
But the best bet at Bath is Notecard in the Rio Spa & Sauna Dick Hern Conditions Stakes.
Attempting to encapsulate such plethora in the modest space of a review is akin to trying to summarize on a notecard the holdings in the Borgesian Library of Babel--an assignment, come to think of it, that Johnson would have relished.