Research communication – Metro Research http://metroresearch.org/ Wed, 18 May 2022 05:08:30 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://metroresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/cropped-icon-32x32.png Research communication – Metro Research http://metroresearch.org/ 32 32 Cloud Communication Platforms Market Expected to Record Massive Growth, with Top Key Players Twilio, Tropo, Nexmo https://metroresearch.org/cloud-communication-platforms-market-expected-to-record-massive-growth-with-top-key-players-twilio-tropo-nexmo/ Wed, 18 May 2022 03:40:44 +0000 https://metroresearch.org/cloud-communication-platforms-market-expected-to-record-massive-growth-with-top-key-players-twilio-tropo-nexmo/ New JerseyNew Jersey, May 17, 2022 The Cloud Communication Platform Market research report provides an in-depth and comprehensive analysis of the global industry. It contains quantitative and qualitative data on the entire structure of the industry. This Cloud Communication Platform Market research report provides an overview of the market based on segmentation, allowing the client […]]]>

New JerseyNew Jersey, May 17, 2022 The Cloud Communication Platform Market research report provides an in-depth and comprehensive analysis of the global industry. It contains quantitative and qualitative data on the entire structure of the industry. This Cloud Communication Platform Market research report provides an overview of the market based on segmentation, allowing the client to easily understand the market. During the forecast period of 2022 to 2028, the markets are expected to rise at a rapid rate. It provides unbiased information about the service industry, enabling the client to make informed decisions that will help them achieve their key business goals.

A cloud communication platform offers a variety of essential functions, such as voice and video calls, instant messaging, document sharing, conference calls, collaboration, and more, which your team can access through an integrated software suite.

Rise in adoption of cloud-based solutions, cost-effectiveness of cloud communication platform solutions, increase in mobility and growing trend of bring your own devices are driving the growth of the platform market communication in the cloud.

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U of A professor joins transatlantic report on COVID-19 vaccine commitment https://metroresearch.org/u-of-a-professor-joins-transatlantic-report-on-covid-19-vaccine-commitment/ Mon, 16 May 2022 05:03:45 +0000 https://metroresearch.org/u-of-a-professor-joins-transatlantic-report-on-covid-19-vaccine-commitment/ Russell Cothren Andy Brownback The British Academy recently published 10 in-depth transatlantic reports under the collective title Recovery from COVID-19: Building future pandemic preparedness and understanding citizen engagement in the US and UK. One of those 10 reports, “Securing the Goalposts on Vaccine Hesitancy,” was co-authored by Andy Brownback, associate professor of […]]]>



Russell Cothren

Andy Brownback

The British Academy recently published 10 in-depth transatlantic reports under the collective title Recovery from COVID-19: Building future pandemic preparedness and understanding citizen engagement in the US and UK. One of those 10 reports, “Securing the Goalposts on Vaccine Hesitancy,” was co-authored by Andy Brownback, associate professor of economics at U of A.

The purpose of Brownback’s report was to quantitatively assess two things that influenced vaccine hesitancy: the lack of information about COVID-19 and its vaccines, and the extent of politically motivated reasoning or exposure to misinformation. Brownback’s co-authors included Silvia Sonderegger, Guillermo Cruces, Seung-Keun Martinez and Monika Pompeo, all from the University of Nottingham.

To answer the first question, the researchers used a series of short, informative videos discussing technical details about vaccines. They found that these videos were very effective in improving attitudes towards vaccination. According to Brownback, their findings “suggest that more comprehensive communication that does not shy away from technical content may be a more successful route to reaching vaccine-hesitant populations than current communication efforts.”

To answer the second question, the researchers explored what they called “paradoxical reasoning.” They presented attendees with the most extreme implications of their anti-vaccine stances. For example, if someone said they would prefer “natural immunity” to COVID-19, the researchers asked if that meant they would support a program where they could become infected with COVID-19 at some point. where hospitals and ICUs have a lot of resources available. beds and treatments. The researchers found that exposure to the extreme implications of their anti-vaccine stances made participants more positive about vaccination. “This suggests that while people may sincerely hold anti-vaccine views, they are also motivated to avoid being associated with extreme versions of those views,” Brownback concluded.

“We are very grateful that the British Academy has chosen to fund this research which has specific relevance to the current moment – ​​the COVID pandemic – and great relevance to improving communication in an increasingly polarized world,” said Brownback about the project.

the COVID 19 recovery report is the result of a partnership between the British Academy, the Social Sciences Research Council and the Science & Innovation Network in the US to provide funding for 10 transatlantic studies focusing on UK-US COVID-19 vaccine engagement. The program was funded by the UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

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I used Shah Rukh Khan’s notes to study https://metroresearch.org/i-used-shah-rukh-khans-notes-to-study/ Sat, 14 May 2022 10:16:00 +0000 https://metroresearch.org/i-used-shah-rukh-khans-notes-to-study/ Filmmaker Kabir Khan directed actor Shah Rukh Khan in his 2017 film Tubelight, starring Salman Khan in the lead role. SRK appeared in the film and also narrated Khan’s Amazon Prime Video series “The Forgotten Army.” Before meeting on set, Kabir Khan and SRK attended the same college in New Delhi. They both took a […]]]>

Filmmaker Kabir Khan directed actor Shah Rukh Khan in his 2017 film Tubelight, starring Salman Khan in the lead role. SRK appeared in the film and also narrated Khan’s Amazon Prime Video series “The Forgotten Army.” Before meeting on set, Kabir Khan and SRK attended the same college in New Delhi. They both took a film course at the AJK Mass Communication Research Center (MCRC). However, SRK Khan’s eldest at the institute.

In an interview with Mashable India, Kabir Khan recalled using SRK’s notes throughout his college years. He said: “I was doing a masters in communication, which was mainly a film course. Before me, the most famous person in our institute was Shah Rukh Khan. He was my senior at the MCRC. I used his notes to study. I knew Shah Rukh before he joined the industry.

Not only did Kabir Khan know SRK, he also knew his wife Gauri Khan. He shared, “His wife (Shah Rukh) and I used to dance together and we did a show together called West Side Story. Gauri is a fabulous dancer.

Kabir Khan also led SRK in a Dubai tourism commercial. According to a report by Indian Express, when asked about the possibilities of full cooperation with SRK during the premiere of ‘Tubelight’, Kabir Khan said, “I would love to work with him. I have known him since college in Delhi. We shot for a commercial recently and we’re talking about ideas. So if there’s an idea that we both agree on, I’m sure we’ll collaborate.

Kabir Khan’s most recent film, ’83’, about India’s victory in the 1983 Cricket World Cup, was released in December 2021. Despite strong word of mouth, the picture did poorly at the box office since its release during the third wave of the pandemic. Actor Ranveer Singh played the lead role in the film.

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Opinion shifts on human germline gene editing as a result of the Dutch DNA Dialogue Project https://metroresearch.org/opinion-shifts-on-human-germline-gene-editing-as-a-result-of-the-dutch-dna-dialogue-project/ Thu, 12 May 2022 05:23:28 +0000 https://metroresearch.org/opinion-shifts-on-human-germline-gene-editing-as-a-result-of-the-dutch-dna-dialogue-project/ Lander ES, Baylis F, Zhang F, Charpentier E, Berg P, Bourgain C. et al. Adopt a moratorium on hereditary genome editing. Nature. 2019;567:165–8. CAS Google Scholar Article Collins F.S. NIH Supports International Moratorium on Clinical Application of Germline Editing: National Institutes of Health; 2019[updated2019-03-13Availableat:https://wwwnihgov/about-nih/who-we-are/nih-director/statements/nih-supports-international-moratorium-clinical-application-germline-editing[updated13-03-2019Availablefrom:https://wwwnihgov/about-nih/who-we-are/nih-director/statements/nih-supports-international-moratorium-clinical-application-germline-editing[misàjourle13-03-2019Disponiblesur:https://wwwnihgov/about-nih/who-we-are/nih-director/statements/nih-supports-international-moratorium-clinical-application-germline-editing[updated13-03-2019Availablefrom:https://wwwnihgov/about-nih/who-we-are/nih-director/statements/nih-supports-international-moratorium-clinical-application-germline-editing ESHRE. Moratorium on gene editing in human embryos: European Society for […]]]>
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    Improving literacy through research-based reading instruction https://metroresearch.org/improving-literacy-through-research-based-reading-instruction/ Tue, 10 May 2022 13:07:35 +0000 https://metroresearch.org/improving-literacy-through-research-based-reading-instruction/ In August 2017, a petition filed by Anne Glennie – literacy consultant, editor and former teacher – was submitted, under the title “Improving literacy standards in schools through research-based reading instruction”. However, last week on May 4, 2022, the petition was closed by the Scottish Parliament Committee for Education, Children and Youth. The last two […]]]>

    In August 2017, a petition filed by Anne Glennie literacy consultant, editor and former teacher was submitted, under the title “Improving literacy standards in schools through research-based reading instruction”.

    However, last week on May 4, 2022, the petition was closed by the Scottish Parliament Committee for Education, Children and Youth.

    The last two and a half years have been extraordinary in Scottish education, and the resumption of Covid-19 education is now a priority. This includes optimally supporting children’s literacy and learning and reducing the inequalities that have been magnified as a result of the pandemic.

    In this context, the closure of petition PE01668 could not have come at a worse time. It represented a real opportunity to improve children’s literacy skills and experiences and improve equity.

    At present, there is considerable variation in the provision of initial teacher education in Scotland in terms of access to knowledge about research-based reading instruction. Additionally, there is a lack of guidance and support for experienced teachers to engage in ongoing professional learning to support their practice.

    The petition was filed to ensure that all teachers have access to the latest scientific research, in particular Systematic Synthetic Phonics: an approach to the initial teaching of reading, which explicitly teaches children about the relationship between letters and sounds. and encourages children to shuffle letter-sound matches to read new words.

    There is a considerable body of research supporting systematic phonetics, with synthetic approaches offering clear advantages in terms of optimizing the order of letter sounds taught (for a review, see Castles et al, 2018) .

    The importance of getting it right from the start cannot be underestimated. Children who become successful independent readers early are more likely to be motivated to read, enjoy reading, and read frequently (Toste et al, 2020; van Bergen et al, 2018) and have better reading skills in reading throughout school and later in life (Castles et al, 2018). Therefore, it is essential to provide children with an optimal start in their journey as readers.

    This petition was closed, in my opinion, following a misunderstanding of what it represented. First, the petition did not ask for a single, mandated approach to teaching reading in Scottish primary schools. Instead, he called for all new and experienced teachers to have access to research (especially the contribution that psychological science has made to understanding how children learn to read) so that they can apply it in their own class context.

    Second, the idea that “all children learn differently” and therefore teachers should use a variety of approaches to teach reading, unfortunately, often disadvantages the very children this argument is supposed to support.

    It’s hard to know what could or should happen next with the priorities of this petition, but I believe everyone working in Scottish education shares the same goal. We are all committed to improving children’s literacy experiences and outcomes, ensuring children get the best possible start in their reading and feel positive, confident and successful as readers.

    We need to find better ways to communicate with each other so that we can work collectively to achieve these goals, leveraging the breadth of research and pedagogical knowledge available to us. the cost of miscommunication and misunderstanding is just too high.

    Dr Sarah McGeown is a Senior Lecturer in Developmental Psychology at the University of Edinburgh’s Moray House School of Education and Sport.

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    A new study reveals links between red tide and ocean dead zones. And inspire a poem https://metroresearch.org/a-new-study-reveals-links-between-red-tide-and-ocean-dead-zones-and-inspire-a-poem/ Sun, 08 May 2022 12:00:00 +0000 https://metroresearch.org/a-new-study-reveals-links-between-red-tide-and-ocean-dead-zones-and-inspire-a-poem/ New research documenting a grim connection between toxic red tides and ocean dead zones comes with the usual annotation: a poem. The poem, composed by an English scientist, was inspired by a University of Miami study published this month in the journal Harmful Algae which found that a third of Florida’s last 16 red tides […]]]>

    New research documenting a grim connection between toxic red tides and ocean dead zones comes with the usual annotation: a poem.

    The poem, composed by an English scientist, was inspired by a University of Miami study published this month in the journal Harmful Algae which found that a third of Florida’s last 16 red tides overlapped with areas which leave the ocean depleted of oxygen. These red tide algal blooms also started earlier in the summer and extended into the fall, suggesting temperature and ocean mixing play a role.

    Or, in the words of the poem:

    Rust creeping coils

    seep through the sea –

    colorful crud strips

    carried by the accumulation of

    our chemical excess.

    Red tide algal blooms have been seasonal for centuries along the Gulf Coast. Algae live at the bottom of the gulf, far offshore, and can bloom in late summer and early fall. But when wind and water conditions carry it ashore, land-based pollution can make it worse, triggering deadly blooms like a two-year flood that devastated Florida’s Gulf Coast between 2017 and 2019.

    “We’re starting to connect the dots between these different disparate events where we know the red tide is bad,” said lead author Brendan Turley, an oceanographer at UM’s Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Studies. also a link between red tides and hypoxia. And hypoxia is really bad.

    The lingering tide blanketed beaches with dead marine life, including hardy turtles, dolphins and tarpons, and shut down shoreline businesses. Another persistent and deadly red tide just a decade earlier wiped out a third of the Gulf’s red grouper population, the study found.

    For the study, the researchers combed through data on ocean conditions compiled by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration between 2004 and 2019 to locate areas of low oxygen levels and red tides. They found the two coincided for five years and always near shore in waters less than 165 feet deep.

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    The algae that create red tide blooms are seeded offshore on the ocean floor and are swept inshore by wind and water conditions, where waves can break up the algae.

    While the duration of the blooms played a role, the lack of ocean mixing that can occur when surface waters warm also contributed, Turley said.

    “The length of the red tide certainly has an effect, but also the stratification, this very large difference between surface and bottom temperatures,” he said. “The persistence and prolongation of this event can also really contribute to these red tides and dead zones themselves.”

    This is because as the red algae die, they sink to the ocean floor where they begin to decompose, which absorbs oxygen. When the ocean stratifies, usually when surface temperatures warm, less oxygen enters the water because there is no mixing between the layers. This leaves dead zones and ocean life struggling without oxygen.

    Understanding how the two potentially catastrophic events overlap is necessary to better manage valuable fisheries, like red grouper and stone crab, in the Gulf, Turley said.

    “It’s still kind of a nascent science to really understand the extent of mortality at these events for fishing,” he said. “But it speaks to some of the broader ecosystem processes that actually impact fisheries.”

    And something which Sam Illingworth, associate professor at the University of Edinburgh, thought should be expressed in less academic terms.

    Illingworth is a scientist who has focused his research and work on trying to better communicate science. He is also a poet.

    “As a 14-year-old British boy, I thought I was going to be the next Shelley or Byron, which obviously might not be a very good thing. I haven’t died of syphilis yet. But then , I did my PhD in atmospheric physics,” he said.

    He has written poems about research into the decline of basking sharks, the link between green spaces and health costs, processed foods and aphantasia, a kind of blindness that prevents the brain from creating visual images.

    “I guess I bring interesting, weird, weird, and inspiring research to people in a language they might be more familiar with,” Illingworth said.

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    Sam Illingworth, Associate Professor at the University of Edinburgh

    The Red Tide Journal stood out, he said, because it was both well-researched and well-written. It also hurt his heart: Illingworth took a lot of family vacations in Florida.

    “My mother has been to Disneyland 15 times. It’s kind of crazy,” he said.

    In addition to being clear and concise, the study offered a poetic advantage: imagery.

    “It’s very visual, isn’t it? ” he said. “I was like red tides, dead zones. There is a nice change there.

    Illingworth included the poem in his April podcast as well as his Blog at thepoetryofscience.scienceblog.com.

    As climate change warms ocean temperatures and produces more precipitation that can pollute coastal waters with pollution, Turley said scientists suspect these overlapping events could become more common. The researchers offered to look at the links for another study, he said.

    This is another interest shared by the two scientists. As anxiety over climate impacts deepens, Illingworth said he has broadened his research to find ways to better empower people.

    “We can lose sight of what we can do as individuals,” he said. “One of the great things that science communication does is not necessarily tell people how to think, but rather [educate] inform them of the facts and tools that allow them to process and assimilate this information, and then make their own decisions. »

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    Dynamic Signatures Market Size and Forecast https://metroresearch.org/dynamic-signatures-market-size-and-forecast/ Fri, 06 May 2022 05:21:00 +0000 https://metroresearch.org/dynamic-signatures-market-size-and-forecast/ New Jersey, United States – Comprehensive analyzes of the fastest growing companies Dynamic signature market provide information that helps stakeholders identify opportunities and challenges. The 2022 markets could be another big year for Dynamic Signature. This report provides an overview of the company’s activities and financial situation (a company profile is required if you want […]]]>

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    Students Receive 2022 SIU System Distinguished Service Awards https://metroresearch.org/students-receive-2022-siu-system-distinguished-service-awards/ Mon, 02 May 2022 16:56:23 +0000 https://metroresearch.org/students-receive-2022-siu-system-distinguished-service-awards/ May 02, 2022 Students Receive 2022 SIU System Distinguished Service Awards CARBONDALE, Ill. – Four students from SIU Carbondale, SIU School of Law and SIU School of Medicine, received the 2022 SIU System Distinguished Service Awards at the SIU Board of Trustees on April 28 . In addition, 10 students obtained an honorable mention. The […]]]>

    May 02, 2022

    Students Receive 2022 SIU System Distinguished Service Awards

    CARBONDALE, Ill. – Four students from SIU Carbondale, SIU School of Law and SIU School of Medicine, received the 2022 SIU System Distinguished Service Awards at the SIU Board of Trustees on April 28 . In addition, 10 students obtained an honorable mention.

    The SIU System, the SIU Board of Trustees, and the SIU System Student Advisory Board (SSAB) sought applications from students who have demonstrated an exceptional commitment to service for the benefit of their campus, community, and the IUS system. SSAB selected one undergraduate and one graduate student from the SIU Carbondale and SIU Edwardsville campuses and one student each from the SIU School of Law, the SIU School of Medicine, the School of Dentistry from the SIU and the SIU School of Pharmacy.

    The 2022 SIU System Distinguished Service Award recipients from SIU Carbondale, SIU School of Law and SIU School of Medicine are:

    • Tristan Worker, December 2021 Marketing graduate, is the SIU Carbondale Undergraduate Student Recipient. Workman worked at the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and the Office of Innovation and Economic Development to serve as a consultant to 50 local Southern Illinois businesses. Additionally, he served as President of the Saluki Entrepreneur Corps and helped create SIU Carbondale’s first virtual pitch competition in fall 2020, which allowed students to pitch their innovative ideas for the opportunity to win funding from startup to help fund and advance their vision. Workman also helped develop co-working space programs at the Dunn-Richmond Economic Development Center.
    • Anna Wilcoxen, a doctoral candidate in the School of Communication Studies, is the recipient of SEU Carbondale Graduate Studies. Wilcoxen served as president of Graduate Assistants United from 2019 to 2021 and held other leadership positions such as grievance officer, treasurer and secretary. While president of the graduate student union, Wilcoxen was the lead negotiator on the 2020-2021 Impact Bargaining Team, which negotiated contract changes for graduate assistants due to COVID-19. Wilcoxen has had an influential voice on the working conditions of graduate students on the college campus. They were also editors of the introductory Communication Studies 101 coursebook which is used by hundreds of students. Wilcoxen has also been involved in community projects like Carbondale Spring and Y’ll Rock Carbondale.
    • Barra Madden, a fourth-year medical student, is the recipient of the SIU School of Medicine. She is heavily involved in the Physician Pipeline Preparatory Program (P4), which is a high school pipeline program in Springfield. Throughout the pandemic, she has been very active in promoting vaccination awareness in many local agencies and churches. She collaborated with the NAACP to organize medical student volunteers to help run free vaccination clinics to help local students return to school. She is president of the local chapter of the Student National Medical Association, which helps promote medicine in underrepresented communities. She worked with the City of Springfield to use CARES Act resources to partner with local Black-owned restaurants to serve hot meals each week in underserved areas of the community. In addition, she served as chair of the medical student chapter of the Illinois State Medical Society’s Committee Against Systematic Racism.
    • Morgan Wiggins, a third-year law student, is the recipient of the SIU Law School. Wiggins has dedicated herself to a range of services in support of her local community. She volunteers with the Department of Public Advocacy at the Paducah, Kentucky, trial office. For the past two years, she has volunteered at the Lotus Children’s Advocacy and Sexual Violence Resource Center in Paducah and the SIU Domestic Violence Clinic. She has volunteered internationally in El Salvador with Starfish Orphan Ministries to help feed the homeless and build homes. She has also traveled to Belize and the Philippines to teach children their basic rights and provide basic sex education.

    Ten students from SEU Carbondale, School of Law and School of Medicine earned honorable mentions. They are:

    Sydney Leno, first-year medical student, SIU School of Medicine. During her short stay at the Carbondale campus, she helped establish and organize a food bank for the School of Medicine. She helped organize a variety of programs to celebrate Black History Month, including a panel discussion, film screenings, and a book club session for first-year medical students.

    Matthew Mannion, fourth-year medical student, SIU School of Medicine. He sits on the board of the Physician Pipeline Preparatory Program (P4). Mannion led a student initiative to establish a medical student research program within the medical school to help students prepare for their national board exams.

    Kamaria Coleman, third-year medical student, SIU School of Medicine. She is the coordinator of the Marginalized Students Network and co-facilitator of the formation of the anti-racism task force. She is president of the National Student Medical Association. Additionally, she served as a Health Ambassador for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and worked with the local NAACP and the medical school’s Department of Family and Community Medicine to assist with back-to-school and immunizations. .

    Loren Pack, third-year law student, UES Law School. Pack is a legal intern at the Jackson County State’s Attorney’s Office. She played a critical role as President of Operations and Communications for SIU Law School’s OUTLaw, an organization that promotes the rights and inclusion of LGBTA+ people and their allies through legal advocacy and advocacy. developing policies and practices that establish equality and inclusion. She is working on an Illinois task force that will implement OUTLaw programming in all law schools in the state.

    Chloe Goldbach, Ph.D. Candidate, Counseling Psychology at SIU Carbondale. Goldbach is also a Celia M. Howard Fellow for the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute. She was responsible for women’s, gender and sexuality studies and, in this capacity, organized community-wide events on transgender and non-binary issues. She is an internship therapist in the counseling and psychology services at the university and focuses on LGBTQ+ clients, clients with eating and body image issues, and clients with a history of sexual trauma.

    Olivia Hood, Masters Student, Public Health, SIU Carbondale. Hood is chair of the university’s leadership development program. She volunteers at the Gary Learning Institute in Carbondale. From 2018 to 2022, Hood served as Director of Service for Timmy Global Health. She has dedicated many hours to educating the community on public health issues such as flu shots, mental health awareness, and blood drives.

    Dianah McGreehan, Ph.D. Candidate, School of Communication Studies, SIU Carbondale. She is president of the Graduate and Professional Student Council and past president of the graduate student union, GA United. In the fall of 2020 and 2021, McGreehan chaired the Diversity Week planning committee and helped coordinate and plan over 20 events, which celebrated diversity, equity and inclusion on campus. To ensure the success of Diversity Week last fall, McGreehan personally raised $25,000 in sponsorships.

    Nelson Fernandez, senior, mechanical engineering, SIU Carbondale. Fernandez is the founder and project manager of the university’s Green Roof Project, which helped install a smart rooftop irrigation system and install temporary wind turbines across campus.

    patrick murphy, graduated in December 2021 with a degree in political science and a specialization in public service and pre-law. He has served on a variety of organizations and committees, including President of the Omega Delta Fraternity and President of Undergraduate Student Government. He was also past president of the United Nations Association of the University and participated in local and statewide elections.

    Riley Sander, senior, communication disorders and science. Sanders served as president of the Student Alumni Council; secretary of the National Speech Language Hearing Association and ambassador of Saluki. She is a University Excellence Scholar and a member of the University Honors Program. She will graduate summa cum laude in May 2022.

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    The “Araling Panlipunan” inadequate reason that the public is vulnerable to misinformation – study https://metroresearch.org/the-araling-panlipunan-inadequate-reason-that-the-public-is-vulnerable-to-misinformation-study/ Sat, 30 Apr 2022 14:16:31 +0000 https://metroresearch.org/the-araling-panlipunan-inadequate-reason-that-the-public-is-vulnerable-to-misinformation-study/ FEU study finds ‘Araling Panlipunan’ failed to impart critical thinking, an essential skill for navigating cyberspace increasingly polluted with misinformation MANILA, Philippines – A study conducted by the Center for Public Policy at Far Eastern University (FEU) has revealed that there is a need for critical thinking given the vast amounts of information we encounter […]]]>

    FEU study finds ‘Araling Panlipunan’ failed to impart critical thinking, an essential skill for navigating cyberspace increasingly polluted with misinformation

    MANILA, Philippines – A study conducted by the Center for Public Policy at Far Eastern University (FEU) has revealed that there is a need for critical thinking given the vast amounts of information we encounter on a daily basis. day. The same study also revealed that the current Araling Panlipounan the program was to focus more on developing critical thinking in students and less on rote memorization.

    Justin Muyot, author of “Discerning Truths and Democratizing the Internet” and technical consultant to FEU, said that due to the ease of creating and publishing content on the Internet, there has been a massive increase in data available. to the public.

    This period of misinformation has seen the rise of user-generated content, some of which are sorely lacking in the data needed to back up their claims, or use data but draw the wrong conclusions.

    It is in this situation, where viewers are both consumers and producers of content, that critical thinking becomes all the more necessary.

    The shortcomings of our education system

    The research indicated that the subject Araling Panlipounan depended heavily on rote memorization. This is the situation even though the Department of Education has deemed inquiry, research, communication, and adherence to ethical standards as essential to achieving the subject’s goals.

    The same team of researchers, led by University of the Philippines Emeritus Professor Dr. Maris Diokno, also found that the curriculum lacked in breadth and depth of information about the period of martial law. of the country under the dictator Ferdinand Marcos.

    They discovered that the textbooks of Araling Panlipounan for Years 5 and 6 did not cover enough events over the 21-year historical period and included incomplete or false commentary due to the lack of supporting economic data.

    keep your head above water

    The researchers said that right now it seemed the public was drowning in the information they had access to and were bombarded with. And yet the quality of the content we encounter is not at all the same.

    Muyot said YouTube videos act as an alternative source of information. He found that some of these videos use historical information but draw incorrect or exaggerated conclusions.

    A video talking about the assets acquired under the administration of Ferdinand Marcos claimed that the country’s military power was superior to that of other countries in the region. The video, however, did not provide data on the other countries’ military capability – the bare minimum of data needed to back up the claim.

    In another example, Muyot said a video about the 1970s missile development project couldn’t even get the project name right. In the video, the Santa Barbara Project was incorrectly referred to as the Santa Clara Project.

    Given the poor quality of information Internet users may encounter, Muyot says critical thinking is crucial to being able to sift through the vast amounts of information we receive.

    Also, due to the more open and less regulated nature of the Internet as opposed to traditional media and textbooks as sources of information, viewers are more compelled to evaluate the information they receive.

    You can read Justin Muyot’s study here on Rappler. – Rappler.com

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    Keysight to accelerate R&D on quantum technologies in Singapore https://metroresearch.org/keysight-to-accelerate-rd-on-quantum-technologies-in-singapore/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 23:47:15 +0000 https://metroresearch.org/keysight-to-accelerate-rd-on-quantum-technologies-in-singapore/ Quantum technologies are increasingly in demand in the world today. China is leading the development of quantum technologies in Asia. This includes continued research into advanced quantum technologies that have resulted in numerous applications and use cases being tested. Besides China, Japan has also been active in the research and development of quantum technologies in […]]]>

    Quantum technologies are increasingly in demand in the world today. China is leading the development of quantum technologies in Asia. This includes continued research into advanced quantum technologies that have resulted in numerous applications and use cases being tested.

    Besides China, Japan has also been active in the research and development of quantum technologies in Asia, with the country’s first quantum computer expected to be ready for use by the end of March 2023. The Japanese government also aims to have 10 million users. quantum computing by 2030.

    In Southeast Asia, Singapore is also keeping pace with innovations. In fact, Singapore continues to see increasing investment in research and development of quantum technologies as well as education in this field.

    The National University of Singapore is already working with several tech companies on developing use cases of quantum technology for businesses in the country. The country Quantum Engineering Program (QEP) should begin conducting nationwide trials of quantum-safe communications technologies that promise robust network security for critical infrastructure and businesses handling sensitive data. Supported by the National Research Foundation, Singapore (NRF), the project is starting with 15 private and government collaborators on board.

    Today, Keysight Technologies and QEP signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to collaborate on accelerating research, development and education in quantum technologies. Launched in 2018 by the National Research Foundation, Singapore (NRF) and hosted at the National University of Singapore (NUS), the QEP aims to support research on quantum technologies and building ecosystems.

    The program funds projects in quantum computing, quantum communication, security, quantum sensing, as well as a quantum foundry, which should lead to practical uses. Keysight will provide modular and scalable quantum control systems by leveraging the company’s expertise in advanced measurement equipment, qubit control solutions, and precise measurement instrumentation. This will allow researchers to design and perhaps scale next-generation systems to harness the power of quantum computing and other quantum devices.

    According to Alexander Ling, Director of QEP. He is also an Associate Professor in the Department of Physics at NUS and a Principal Investigator at the Center for Quantum Technologies. It will take a team effort to deliver on the promise of quantum technologies, whether it’s better computing performance or more secure communication.

    Under the MOU, QEP and Keysight will closely cooperate in the development of quantum instrument sets, as well as technologies that enable quantum systems to be scalable and deployable. In addition, they will set up a program called “Quantum Joint Innovation Accelerator” which gives researchers participating in the QEP easy access to several software design tools and advanced test and measurement equipment from Keysight. Researchers can apply to evaluate Keysight measurement tools in their labs and access equipment housed at Keysight’s premises in Singapore.

    For Sang Ho Oh, General Manager for Asia South Pacific at Keysight Technologies, as the quantum ecosystem continues to grow, Keysight will provide solutions that will enable the Singapore ecosystem to accelerate research, development and education in the field.

    “Keysight and QEP will establish a collaborative framework to accelerate research and development in the emerging ecosystem of quantum technologies. Having this leading upstream research partnership will open up new frontiers and new developments, which will propel industry innovations for years to come,” added BJ Tan, Vice President and General Manager of general electronic measurement solutions from Keysight.





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