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  • n. Plural form of methodology.


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  • And not only if this written advice aligned to the key initiatives that are most important to the clients, it is also structured in a way that is easy to consume and recognizable in what we call methodologies.

  • The evidence for these terrorists was gathered from around the world using some untraditional methodologies from a civilian court perspective.

    Administration critics slam civilian trials for 9/11 suspects

  • The underlying philosophy of the teaching methodologies is that language is not a system in a vacuum.

    Reading Development in Two Different Contexts:the Case of the English-greek Bilingual Children in UK and in Cyprus « Articles « Literacy News

  • This outside-in, archival universe may be demanding all-new methodologies from the scientific classes, but it is also providing squinty-eyed tourists like me with more and more space to surf.

    A Space in Time

  • These methods are not the same as either phonics or whole word methodologies which turned into "reading wars" in previous decades but it is the product of thirty years of trial and error.

    Joel Shatzky: How Johnny (and Janie) Can Learn to Read

  • He cites successful empirical studies and talks about how their methodologies could be adapted for wider use.

    Boing Boing

  • That was why they'd wanted me in the first place, because my methodologies were the closest to that sort of data.


  • Second, instead of using traditional hyperlink and keyword methodologies, Dipsie uses patent-pending language-based ranking methods also known as semantic relevance algorithms to return more relevant results for users.

    An Interview with Jason Wiener the Founder of Dipsie « ResourceShelf

  • One thing I felt that could have been added to the mentoring sessions is the notion of methodologies or approaches that a startup could use to structure their business development activities. News

  • Scrum is one of several agile project management methodologies, which is named after the practice in rugby, where a team huddle together in order to beat an opposing team.

    Everything2 New Writeups


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