Free Know-how for Lecturers: Maps, Novels, and AI Assessments



Good morning from Maine the place the rain retains coming down. It feels prefer it has been greater than per week since we have seen the solar. That is as a result of it has been that lengthy since we did not have a wet day. We’re going a bit stir loopy, however our canine are nonetheless having enjoyable taking part in fetch whatever the climate. That is what I will be doing as quickly as I end scripting this publish. I hope that you’ve one thing enjoyable to do that weekend too. 

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