Mental State Examination This module provides a structured way of observing and describing a patient's current state of mind, under the domains of appearance, attitude, behavior, mood and affect, speech, thought process, thought content, perception, cognition, ins
This module provides a structured way of observing and describing a patient's current state of mind, under the domains of appearance, attitude, behavior, mood and affect, speech, thought process, thought content, perception, cognition, ins
As the natural resources are being extensively depleted, sustainability is an issue that needs to be addressed not only at the authoritative level, but also with the general public as well, as it is a collaborative effort. As a result, this research endeavors to determine effective elements to be incorporated into the design of buildings in hopes to further the efforts of sustainability. It aims to connect the aesthetics of the building seen by the visible eye to the ideology of sustainability,
Recent studies suggest that the number of LEED Certified architecture projects in San Diego is primarily limited by fiscal cost. This research report examines the economic costs and benefits which a LEED Certification places upon projects applying to become certified by the United States Green Building Council. The Research Strategy focuses upon several primary case studies of San Diego’s LEED certified buildings and in-depth interviews with LEED Certified architects. The analysis aims to p
Developing Efficient and Sustainable Transportation Systems in San Diego
As the world continues to develop and resources continually become scarce, alternatives to sustain the American way of life have become more important than ever. The American transportation system has become increasingly dependent on one mode of transportation, the personal automobile. Throughout the 20th century the American transit system of the postwar boom developed in favor of the automobile, especially in the sprawling cities of the west coast, like San Diego. The developed transportat
Football Management - Dr Sue Bridgewater
Author of the new book Football ManagementDr Sue Bridgewater from Warwick Business School, discusses the high pressure world of football management, drawing on her own research and management development work working directly with football managers.
The World Longest Rivers
This video uses Google Earth to he world's most epic waterways. However, for the video to be more useful. some commentary or more information should be given. This video could be a starting point for a discussion about rivers or Google Earth. (01:34)
Providing feedback in web-based learning
In distance learning supported by LMS, it is extremely important to provide automated or partially automated feedback about learning outcomes to students as well as feedback about the efficiency and quality of teaching and learning to teachers and to management of the institution that provides web-based learning courses. In this article, we present the solutions implemented in the LMS eCampus that are theoretically grounded and have been proved in praxis.
Occupational Focus Conceptual Framework Conceptual frameworks module focused on occupational therapy (OT) practice and understanding OT-focused theories for third year OT students.Conceptual frameworks are the core concepts of occupational therapy thinking used in practice by occupa
Conceptual frameworks module focused on occupational therapy (OT) practice and understanding OT-focused theories for third year OT students.Conceptual frameworks are the core concepts of occupational therapy thinking used in practice by occupa
When Transportation Planning Meets Innovative Design
Transit-oriented development (TOD) has gained currency in the United States as a means of promoting smart growth, injecting vitality into inner-city settings, and expanding life choices. This research project analyzed the Uptown District Project of 1988, a case which has served as a model for successful transit-oriented development in the form of mixed-use infill development for many communities. The study examined its success, not only in terms of the environment its compact mixed-use buildings
Eliminating Plastic Bags
The success and popularity of the plastic bag has caused more negative environmental impact than was ever anticipated. Though plastic bags occupy less than four percent of all landfill space, it can take anywhere from a hundred to a thousand years to decompose. In an effort to curb these damaging changes, various cities and countries from around the world have proposed solutions. The two most common fixes being either to ban plastic bags or charge a bag tax. As more new data and research rev
The Green movement at the UCSD
The Green building movement is a relatively recent phenomeon and in the campus life. Focused on the where and how solar systems are used on UCSD constructions.
More than Just a Place to Live: A Case Study of Affordable Housing Models in City Heights
This study examines the whole service model of tax credit subsidized housing in City Heights, the driving forces behind these types of developments and the systems that sustain them.
This video explains why trapezoids are one of the most common quadrilaterals. A trapezoid has one pair of parallel sides. When a trapezoid has two sets of parallel sides, it is a more specific type of trapezoid called a parallelogram. A more specific type of trapezoid is called an isosceles trapezoid. In addition to one pair of parallel sides, isosceles trapezoid properties include congruent legs, base angles and diagonals. (1:41)
Polynomial Vocabulary - Definition of a Polynomial
Before adding and subtracting polynomials or multiplying polynomials, it is important to know the definition of a polynomial and polynomial vocabulary. This video describes important polynomial definitions and terms including monomial, the degree of a monomial, polynomial degree and standard form. (7:15)
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Beyond logging of fingertip actions: analysis of collaborative learning using multiple sources of da
In this article we discuss key requirements for collecting behavioural data concerning technology-supported collaborative learning activities. It is argued that the common practice of analysis of computer generated logfiles of user interactions with software tools is not enough for building a thorough view of the activity. Instead more contextual information is needed to be captured in multiple media like video, audio files, snapshots, etc, in order to re-construct the learning process. A softwa