It is important to no one and becomes knowledge nowhere. The common-sense view is that of naïve realism, refined by philosophers into the theory of correspondence: We possess knowledge when an idea in our minds corresponds to what is out there in the world.In other words, knowledge is structures in the mind that mirror structures in external, objective reality.Geary, '88 and '93Lauren Huseby '02, Jessiah Huseby, and family Christian De Night, '94David Welker, Jr Heather Diehl and family Billy Carter, Patty Carter, and family Miriam Sokoloff Daniel Myatt, Tina Myatt, and family Daniel Matamoros, Kelly Matamoros (Alumni), and family Lisa Templet, '92, Judy Reed, and family Mary Lauer Frances Ray Michael Trillo Sr.

Afterwards we had presenters discussing about the situation at Gallaudet as well as strengthening the Deaf community in Central Florida, had a bison song, and finally we wrapped up the gathering and said our goodbyes. Melissa shared her experience while a Gallaudet student in the fall of 2006 when the announcement of Dr. Fernandes being selected as the next President of Gallaudet took place and the aftermath up to the recent annoucement of Dr. Christian discussed the future of Gallaudet and how we can help strengthen Gallaudet University Alumni Association (GUAA) as well as expressing an interest in establishing a chapter in Orlando.

He discussed about the importance of helping Gallaudet move forward as an university and how we can contribute.

An act of communication is considered succesful when the message received equals the message sent. We’ll expand the locus of knowledge, formerly the mind, into “consciousness”.

Let us be liberal and include the subconscious in consciousness.

but there’s also no reason not to just throw together a profile and have some reasonable presence there.

Being on Linked In doesn’t really require more than setting up a profile; you don’t need to be constantly logging on or anything like that.

It underlies classroom teaching, in that knowledge is supposedly transferred from the teacher’s mind to the student’s mind.

And it is evident in communication theory, according to which information is being transmitted from a sender to a receiver through a channel. For an alternative view of knowledge, let us modify the naïve position that knowledge is structures in the mind that mirror structures in external reality.

Though that could be for any number of other reasons as well. Are people applying to jobs while not on Linked In essentially ghosts? I attempted to browse your article history but didn’t find much luck on this particular line of inquiry. I can’t imagine rejecting an applicant because she wasn’t on Linked In, unless the position I was hiring for included social media, in which case it might raise my eyebrows.