Using Wikipedia for Good and Not Evil in Education


Although Wikipedia is often considered a woefully inaccurate, no-good, downright evil source by many academics, there has actually been a great deal of interesting discussion on how Wikipedia (and other open content projects) can be incorporated into course writing assignments. For me, the bottom line is this: Yes, Wikipedia and other online sources have their …

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An Introduction to Relational Frame Theory (Tutorial)

My tutorial on Relational Frame Theory is now hosted at The newest version is improved in many ways, including: Full audio narration added throughout the program (with user control over volume, replaying, and the showing of corresponding text) Ability to save progress at any point in the program (instead of just at the beginning …

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Aiport Urinatin’

Urinal, fo sho

I went to Boston this weekend and was faced with a common traveling dilemma. Not wanting to check any baggage (emotional or otherwise), at the airport I had on my person at all times my usual items of import for a weekend trip: my backpack (containing my laptop and important work-related materials, like comic books) …

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Super Review

Kevin Spacey

So I saw Superman Returns on Wednesday with my brother and nephew at the IMAX theater in Grand Rapids. Several scenes were in 3D, which makes this probably the first 3D movie I’ve seen in decades. Actually, I’m not sure if I’ve ever seen a 3D movie at a theater before…I just remember seeing a …

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