Wiki Project Palaeontology - Participating

Participating

If you wish to participate in this project, please list your name to Participants. Feel free to include your area and degree of expertise, and what you feel you may bring to this project.

You are also welcome to help out with any of the tasks listed below that take your fancy!

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Other articles related to "participating":

Biz Pa L - Participating Governments
1, 2013, the Province of Québec and the Territory of Nunavut are not participating in BizPaL ... The following is a list of participating provinces/territories and municipalities as listed on the BizPaL federal website ...
Mc Donel Hall - Academics - Research - Big Ten Committee On Institutional Cooperation
... The initiative also allows students at participating institutions to take distance courses at other participating institutions ... Students at participating schools are also allowed "in-house" viewing privileges at other participating schools' libraries ...
South East Asia Graduate School Of Theology - Organisation - Regional Campuses
... As the SEAGST functions as a consortium of participating schools accredited by ATESEA and as a validator of the postgraduate degrees issued, the faculty and campuses of SEAGST is spread ... To qualify as a participating school, an institution normally must have at least three teachers with a Ph.D or Th.D or equivalent and sufficient library holdings or research at master and doctoral ... The current geographical areas and their participating schools are ...
Soliya
... As part of an accredited course at participating universities, the students engage in dialogue through a web-based videoconferencing application and ... Participating students from these institutions “meet” weekly on-line throughout the course of a semester in small multi-national groups with 2 facilitators via a web-based video-conferencing application ... Connect Program Alumni continue their involvement by participating in collaborative action projects, facilitation training, and student weblogs ...