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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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(University of Kansas, 1929)Baume and Perrot used the Phase law method to investigate the system CH3OH + NH3. Broderson used the same method with the system C2H5OH + NH3. Baume and Perrot found that the compound CH3.OH.NH3 was formed in the ammonia ...
(Journal of Dispute Resolution, 2019)“Private ordering” is an important concept and commonly-used phrase in legal scholarship. At least three “ordering” activities often performed by governments can be privatized: lawmaking, adjudication, and enforcement of ...
(2019)Indigenous Studies (IS) is an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary field. The research practices and information needs of scholars within IS echo its interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary nature. While Indigenous ...
Writing (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2019-02-07)Is there a difference between writing by men and that produced by women? What does that difference look like? What about writing by non-binary individuals? Aimee Armande Wilson surveys critical responses to these questions ...