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On February 11, 2010 the KU Faculty Senate passed a revised Open Access policy granting the University permission to deposit a copy of their scholarly work in an open access repository-- KU ScholarWorks. For more about the policy, "how to" documents, Q&A, addenda and more, please visit Open Access @ KU.
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(Center for East Asian Studies, University of Kansas, 2018-06-01)David Easley talks about how he became interested in studying Chinese, managed a difficult electromagnetics course at Hong Kong University, and used three languages to have a conversation at a barbecue on Penghu Island.
(Center for East Asian Studies, University of Kansas, 2018-05-21)This interview is part of the KU Center for East Asian Studies Study Abroad Impact Interview Series. Aaron McIntyre reflects on overcoming language barriers, the value of making mistakes, visiting with locals in a Shanxi ...
The social complexities of disability: Discrimination, belonging and life satisfaction among Canadian youth (Elsevier, 2018-08)Although disability has been on the psychological agenda for some time, there is limited empirical evidence on the life satisfaction of youth with a disability, especially the effect of discrimination and factors that might ...
(Clemson University Press, 2018-08-07)In the last round of author-sharing policy revisions, Elsevier created a labyrinthine title-by-title embargo structure requiring embargoes from 12 to 48 months for authors sharing via institutional repository (IR), while ...
(University of Kansas, 1989)In 1108 A.D., Chu-lu Hsien and neighboring areas, all located in China's present-day southern Hopei Province, were inundated by a flood of the Yellow River. Northern Sung Chu-lu, including its ceramics, remained preserved, ...