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Journal of Management Education
October 2020 - Special Issue: Experiential Learning in Large Classrooms:
The Management and Coordination of Virtual Teams in Large Classes: Facilitating Experiential Learning - Christina O’Connor,Kenneth Mullane and Denise Luethge.
International Review of Economics Education
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Using Python and Google Colab to teach undergraduate microeconomic theory. - Masanori Kuroki.
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Conducting a Physical Inventory of McIntyre Organics: Bringing Real-Life Experiences to the Classroom - .Michael Ozlanski,Suzanne Seymoure.
QUT Library’s Office for Scholarly Communication (OSC) and the Office of Research Ethics and Integrity (OREI) are once again offering training sessions for Higher Degree Research (HDR) students and Early Career Researchers on Authorship, Peer Review and Publication.
Session 1: Wednesday 20 October 2021 – 11:00am – 12.30pm
Authorship, Peer Review and Publication: Presubmission
The world of academic publishing and peer review is complex. How can researchers navigate it? This first session of two is designed to help with what you need to know PRE-SUBMISSION of your manuscript. The session will provide you with a conceptual map, follow a path, discuss your options, provide you with tools, and point you to resources to help you get to where you want to be. It is intended for researchers, HDR students, and research support staff, and covers:
Session 2: Thursday 21 October 2021 – 11:00am – 12.30pm
Authorship, Peer Review and Publication: Postsubmission
This second session of two is designed to help with what you need to know and do POSTSUBMISSION of your manuscript. It covers:
Both sessions are delivered online and will provide you with a conceptual map, follow a path, discuss your options, provide you with tools, and point you to resources to help you get to where you want to be.
Follow the links to register for one or both sessions.
Sign up for – Wednesday 20 Oct 2021, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Authorship, Peer Review and Publication: Presubmission (qut.edu.au)
Sign up for – Thursday 21 Oct 2021, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Feedback from previous participants:
The QUT Library provides a wide array economic and financial data with many databases providing more than one dataset and as often is the case multiple datasets that describe specific markets, instruments, sectors & indicators. In this late September edition of Adlib we present one such dataset that might find use for those who are looking for early disclosure of financials to market, financial restatements or other market announcements as they relate to I.P, business concerns and developments.
An overview of all datasets is provided below with QUT Library providing: ASX PRC, ASX PRC EOD & ACA Announcements.
In this Adlib article we focus upon the ASX Announcements dataset.
SIRCA provides data via the Databricks platform to facilitate more ready interrogation, transformation and extract of data.
An exploration of the data might involve quickly gaining an overview of the dataset with an eye to identifying relevant facets and indicators. An easy entry point to the datasets contained in SIRCA are the prefilled python notebooks in this case specifically the ASX Announcements (a Morningstar dataset).
Sample notebooks are located under the 'workspace' tab to the left of the screen are are categorised according to dataset or specific retrieval parameters i.e 'trades from a specific date, for a specific equity'.
Each notebook is well document and provides explicit instruction on running and interacting with the notebook to retrieve data, however, as Databricks is a shared cloud workspace and so a copy or 'clone' of any notebook to an individuals 'workspace' is necessary for any interaction with a workbook to take place - this process connects the notebook to an available slot on the computing cluster via your account (see here).
Choose the "Data Downloader" notebook as demonstrated in the linked video above.
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