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Civic Online Reasoning - Stanford University

Civic Online Reasoning - Stanford University

2019-A2, Stanford History Education Group, Stanford University, Stanford, 2019). Civic Online Reasoning: Curriculum Evaluation 4 Executive Summary Background In 2018 and 2019, our team administered an assess-ment of online reasoning to 3,446 high school stu-dents across the country and found they were vexed by even basic evaluations of digital sources.1 How can we help students …

Not all preregistered analyses are . - Stanford University

Not all preregistered analyses are . - Stanford University

Stanford University Recent research has identified older adults as a demographic group especially susceptible to disinformation online. During the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, people 65 and older were twice as likely to be exposed to fake news on Twitter and seven times more likely to share fake news on Facebook than 18-29 year olds (Grinberg et al., 2019; Guess et al., 2019). One possible ...

Online Charter School Study 2015 - Stanford University

Online Charter School Study 2015 - Stanford University

CREDO at Stanford University supports education organizations and policymakers in using reliable research and program evaluation to assess the performance of education initiatives. CREDO’s valuable insight helps educators and policymakers strengthen their focus on the results from innovative programs, curricula, policies and accountability practices. Acknowledgements . CREDO gratefully ...

A Dynamic Near-Optimal Algorithm for . - Stanford University

A Dynamic Near-Optimal Algorithm for . - Stanford University

Department of Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, CA email: [email protected] A natural optimization model that formulates many online resource allocation and revenue management problems is the online linear program (LP) where the constraint matrix is revealed column by column along with the objective function. We provide a near-optimal algorithm for this ...

Winter Quarter 2021 Stanford University

Winter Quarter 2021 Stanford University

SUNETID: @stanford.edu The Stanford University Honor Code: I attest that I have not given or received aid in this examination, and that I have done my share and taken an active part in seeing to it that others as well as myself uphold the spirit and letter of the Honor Code. Signature: 1. CS230 Question 1 (Multiple Choice Questions, 16 points) For each of the following questions, circle the ...

Antisocial Behavior in Online Discussion Communities

Antisocial Behavior in Online Discussion Communities

Stanford University,yCornell University Abstract User contributions in the form of posts, comments, and votes are essential to the success of online communities. However, allowing user participation also invites undesirable behavior such as trolling. In this paper, we characterize antisocial be-havior in three large online discussion communities by ana- lyzing users who were banned from these ...

CONSUMER PROTECTION IN AN ONLINE . - siepr.stanford.edu

CONSUMER PROTECTION IN AN ONLINE . - siepr.stanford.edu

Stanford University & NBER . Erik Brynjolfsson . MIT Sloan & NBER . Consumer Protection in an Online World: An Analysis of Occupational Licensing. Chiara Farronato. y. Andrey Fradkin. z. Bradley J. Larsen. x. Erik Brynjolfsson {March 20, 2020. Abstract We study the e ects of occupational licensing on consumer choices and market out-comes in a large online platform for home …

Rotating Online Behavior Change . - Stanford University

Rotating Online Behavior Change . - Stanford University

95 Rotating Online Behavior Change Interventions Increases Effectiveness But Also Increases Attrition GEZA KOVACS, Department of Computer Science, Stanford University, USA ZHENGXUAN WU, Department of Computer Science, Stanford University, USA MICHAEL S. BERNSTEIN, Department of Computer Science, Stanford University, USA Behavior change systems help people manage their time online.

Fonduer: Knowledge Base . - Stanford University

Fonduer: Knowledge Base . - Stanford University

Stanford University [email protected] ABSTRACT We focus on knowledge base construction (KBC) from richly for-matted data. In contrast to KBC from text or tabular data, KBC from richly formatted data aims to extract relations conveyed jointly via textual, structural, tabular, and visual expressions. We introduce Fonduer, a machine-learning-based KBC system for richly format-teddata ...

The Demographics, Motivations, Stanford University and .

The Demographics, Motivations, Stanford University and .

online digital constructs known as MMORPGs—Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games. Every day, millions of users (Woodcock, 2004) partici-pate in these online environments. The increasing prevalence of these environ-ments makes it crucial to understand the ways in which we use, interact, and live in these digital constructs.

Perceived online education barriers of administrators and .

Perceived online education barriers of administrators and .

Harvard Extension School, 2014; Princeton University, 2014; Stanford University, 2014; Wellesley College, 2014; Yale University, 2014). For instance, students in the Harvard Extension School have the option of taking a combination of online and on-campus courses to earn a degree through the school’s video streaming distance education program (Harvard Extension School, 2014). Online education ...