These materials (videos and text) provide a context (background) for the topic of Online Censorship today, with accompanying lesson ideas which can be used in class.
Teaching English for Academic Purposes (EAP) for a second summer at the University of Nottingham (UoN) in England, students explored the context (background) and critically evaluated the topic of Online Censorship today.
This research article explores solutions journalism (also known as constructive journalism) and concludes that solutions journalism can actually be used as a tool by anyone to improve health and happiness (wellness).
This free e-book by social visionary Colin Turner explains what an Open Economy (or sharing economy) is and how a world founded on the basic principle of group interest not self-interest would work.
The Animal Studies Repository (ASR) is an open access collection of research related to the field of animal welfare science, and Animal Sentience Journal, reinforcing the importance of animal welfare science as a credible and valid field of inquiry.