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  • Welcome to this learning project about Information Organization/Dublin Core! This is a suggested list of headings to organise a learning project - please
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  • html d. Dublin Core i. Dublin Core Metadata Initiative. Using Dublin Core. http://dublincore.org/documents/usageguide/ ii. Dublin Core Extensions
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  • quality of beer brews. Gosset was a statistician for the Guinness brewery in Dublin, Ireland. He was hired due to Guiness' innovative policy of recruiting the
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  • web pages. Implementations of Dublin Core typically make use of XML and are Resource Description Framework based. Dublin Core is defined by NISO Standard
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  • Name of Society: Royal Military and Naval Academy Country: Ireland City: Dublin Starting date: 1784 This academy began in 1784, and under the direction
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  • for Neurotherapeutics, Dublin City University Conway Institute of Biomolecular & Biomedical Research, University College Dublin Biosciences Institute,
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  • you follow a line up the river Shannon round King’s County then across to Dublin, you separate Ireland roughly in half; these were the lands of the southern
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  • (LCSH) Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) Folksonomies (tagging) Metadata Dublin Core (DC) Encoded Archival Description (EAD) Metadata Object Description
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  • Discovery of the Electron, Occasional Papers in Science and Technology, Royal Dublin Society 8, 5-28. A. Keller (1984). The Infancy of Atomic Physics: Hercules
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  • died in Dublin in 1836, interred in the churchyard of Artane. Christopher Carey - brother of William, Mathew, and James…owned a newspaper in Dublin. He was
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  • Department of Physiology & Medical Physics, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Dublin
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  • Discovery of the Electron, Occasional Papers in Science and Technology, Royal Dublin Society 8, 5–28. Yakymakha O.L.(1989). High Temperature Quantum Galvanomagnetic
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  • documentation. The Calculus of Logic, by George Boole, Cambridge and Dublin Mathematical Journal Vol. III (1848), pp. 183–98. Logical Formula Evaluator
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  • requirements and learning outcomes of the MSc. in Applied eLearning at the Dublin Institute of Technology, specifically in the Instructional Design and eAuthoring
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  • requirements and learning outcomes of the MSc. in Applied eLearning at the Dublin Institute of Technology, specifically in the Instructional Design and eAuthoring
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  • Rocky Road to Dublin
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  • Kearey Celtic conquests – Tuatha Kingdoms – Advance into England - Capital Dublin – The Bards – The Druids – Gaelic language – Ciarraige Tribe – Roman pressure
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  • Irish religious houses began in the English Pale – an area encompassing Dublin, in 1539, three years before he was declared ‘king of Ireland. Ireland had
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  • and an area of 32,595.1 square miles. The largest city in the Country is Dublin containing 1mil. people. To the east of the island is Great Brittain and
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  • from the well-known Victorian telescope makers Thomas and Howard Grubb of Dublin with all the usual fittings associated with a professional instrument of
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