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In week 4 of his Coursera course “The Age of Sustainable Development,” Jeff Sachs of Columbia University’s Earth Institute is diagnosing the causes of perennial poverty...
Composition with Figures by Lyubov Papova
Can’t get enough learning? Thank goodness for MOOCs! Coursera, edX, and other online course providers can help your expand your expertise in subjects as diverse as...
Update: Some YLS students and Yale doctoral candidates have alerted me to the “buggy-ness” of Qualtrics email. I’ll be back soon with a work-around! —...
An earlier blog post documents the open-access and subscription online tools for tracking down UN documents: UNODS, UNBISNET and AccessUN, online access to the Readex United...
Human subjects research conducted by university agents typically requires oversight and approval by a human subjects review board or institutional review board (I.R.B.)...
HeinOnline provides full-text PDF access to more than 1,800 law and law-related periodicals and federal and state case law. Yale alumni now have free access to the HeinOnline...
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  On November 13, 2013, the law library and law teaching series co-convened a workshop on tracking and promoting scholarship. Here are some key tools and take-aways...
Research and citation management tools help you gather and organize your resources and data into a personal customizable library.     Tools like Zotero,...
  Is local policing effective? Is the state prison system serving a rehabilitative function? How can we improve criminal justice outcomes nationally? These questions...

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