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Crossing boundaries: Investigating learning among the "digital natives" pre-service teachers [PowerPoint presentation]
Based on Prensky's definition of "Digital Natives," this study seeks to find out whether the "digital natives" of The University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) are utilizing their social information and communication technology ...
Recovering native culture in a world of non-native species
(Wiley Blackwell Publishing, Inc, 2014-02-13)
The positive feedback between biotic homogenization and its close relatives, cultural and culinary homogenization, is evident and favors the economic use of non-native species. The overvaluation of non-native species has ...
Native and non-native ruderals experience similar plant: soil feedbacks and neighbor effects in a system where they coexist
(Springer Heidelberg, 2015-07)
Recent applications of coexistence theory to plant invasions posit that non-natives establish in resident communities through either niche differences or traits conferring them with fitness advantages, the former being ...
(Universidad de LimaPerú, 2008)
La migración digital es un proceso en plena expansión. En este artículo se estudia qué es lo que está pasando entre los migrantes digitales de ayer y los nativos digitales de hoy. La propuesta es que la migración digital ...
Non-native conditions favor non-native populations of invasive plant: demographic consequences of seed size variation?
Trait differences between native and non-native populations may explain the greater abundance and impact of some organisms in their non-native ranges than in their native ranges. Here, we conducted reciprocal common gardens ...
MICROCLIMATIC MODIFICATIONS OF CUSHION PLANTS AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES FOR SEEDLING SURVIVAL OF NATIVE AND NON-NATIVE HERBACEOUS SPECIES IN THE HIGH ANDES OF CENTRAL CHILE
(INSTITUTE OF ARCTIC AND ALPINE RESEARCH, UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, 2007)