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K-12 Computational Learning

K-12 Computational Learning

Enhancing student learning and understanding by combining theories of learning with the computer's unique attributes.


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Why Do Software Startups Patent (or Not)?

Why Do Software Startups Patent (or Not)?

Assessing the controversial results of a recent empirical study of the role of intellectual property in software startups.

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