Definitions for "Journals"
A publication which has scholarly information, usually written by professors, researchers, or experts in a subject area and not intended for the general public. See magazines.
Online academic published resources
published in print, and increasingly online. Contains multiple articles. Databases often provide citations to journal articles. Audience: Scholars, specialists, and students. Coverage: Research results, frequently theoretical in nature. Written By: Specialists in the field; usually scholars with PhDs. Timelines: Current coverage (6 months - 3 years). Length:2,500 - 10,000 words. Content: Detailed examination, statistical analysis, graphics, bibliography usually included. Slant: Supposed to present objective/neutral viewpoint, may be difficult to comprehend because of technical language or jargon, often sponsored by professional associations. See: Flow of Information.
The official record of legislative business kept by each house of the legislature. They do not keep a record of floor debate.
The Journals of the House and Journals of the Senate are the official accountof the daily sessions of the General Court.The Journals contain the procedural information of the process of legislativeevents. The Journals do not contain debate. (See also General Court)
The official record in English and French of the decisions and transactions of the House of Commons and of the Senate.
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The end shaft on which the roll rotates usually within one of a variety of bearings.
These are machines mating surfaces. The Camshaft and Crankshaft have journal to allow them to ride in the block. The crankshaft has additional journals for the connecting rod to ride on. Journals are the surfaces that Rod, Main, and Camshaft Bearings are are against. All that separates them is a thin coating of oil.
The end shafts on which a roll rotates, usually within the needle bearing or busing of a die block.
Diaries kept by pupils or teachers for recording critical incidents, with a specific emphasis on reflection. Certain types of journal can also be known as learning logs.
This module is a very important reflective activity. The teacher asks the student to reflect on a particular topic, and the student can edit and refine their answer over time. This answer is private and can only be seen by the teacher, who can offer feedback and a grade on each journal entry. It's usually a good idea to have about one Journal activity per week.
Small booklets used to write essays and entries.
a call to action for giving equal respect to students of African, Asian, Hispanic or Native American descent, along with minority women
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See Periodicals.