The role of interactive visualizations in the development of concepts of logic.
The main objective of the experiments described in this paper is to examine whether instructional variables often used in learning empirical sciences can also be used to facilitate the development of knowledge and skills in the formal sciences, particularly in learning logic. In learning empirical sciences, many positive effects have been reported which can be accounted for by the use of visualisation techniques, multiple representations and possibilities for the learners to interact with repres
I Make Note of This
The illustration is an open music score. Father Christmas is the composer and the greeting is written in musical notes and clef signs on the staffs. It says: I WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND THE BRIGHTEST OF NEW YEARS.
often is with youngstersthey agreed to dis agree. Well it they ever intend to do such a thing that is the proper timeto do so and not wait untill it is too late for an honorable disagreementI would have liked to been atthe fair but as it was impossible I will try andbe there next fall I willbe discharged on the 27th of August if I live and I havegood prospects of that at presentfor I must close for ther isnothing of importance towrite and I will not tireyou with my foolishness So good Bye and
Auburn vs. Clemson (1954)
"The triumph was another team victory for the Plainsmen as they chalked up their fourth win in a row. Hoppy Middleton, with three first half touchdowns, lead the Auburn Tigers to a smashing 27 to 6 decision over Clemson before a Homecoming crowd of 24,000. Although the game was marred by a constant flow of penalties, the Plainsmen left no doubt of their superiority in the minds of Coach Frank Howard's elevens. The Auburn forward wall deserved much credit for the decisiveness of the victory. They
Auburn vs. Mississippi Southern (1947)
"The first stop on a rugged nine game schedule found the Tigers meeting the Mississippi Southern Panthers in Montgomery's Cramton Bowl. 15,000 amazed fans saw the Delta State eleven play heads-up football to hand the Tigers the first of seven defeats they were to encounter in 1947. A hard charging Southern forward wall held Auburn in check, while the Panther backs turned on the steam to whip the impotent Tigers, 19-13. It was the great running of halfbacks Bennie Ray Nobles and Tom Phillips that
Auburn vs. Florida (1949)
"Taking full advantage of an open date in the schedule to iron out the rough spots, the Tigers turned the Florida Gators everyway but loose in their second game of the season at Ladd Stadium in Mobile. Battling furiously for their first conference victory in two years the Auburn gridders completely outplayed a favored Gator team only to see the game end in a 14-14 tie. The Tigers were faced with the task of stopping the talented arrray of Gator Backs and not only did they do this but the Tigers
Tutwiler Hotel, Birmingham, Alabama
This image is a colorized photograph of The Tutwiler, a hotel in Birmingham, Ala. Postcard text: (back) The Tutwiler. Birmingham's largest and finest, 450 rooms--450 baths, one of the Dinkler Hotels, dispensers of true Southern hospitality. Handwritten message (on back) addressed to Mrs. W.C. Vickers, Abbeville, Ala., postmarked Jul. 22, 1933.
Natural Bridge of Alabama, Winston County, Alabama 2
This image is a color photograph of the Natural Bridge of Alabama located in Winston County. This rock arch is the longest natural bridge east of the Rockies, spanning over 127 ft (40 m), which has public access. Postcard text: (back) Natural Bridge of Alabama located in Winston County, Alabama, called "Free State of Winston," 10 miles south of Haleyville, Alabama. Highway No. 5. Picnic grounds. Artesian water. Souvenirs. Visited by tourists from all 48 states and many foreign countries. Open ye
Mirror Lake at Bellingrath Gardens, Mobile, Alabama 2
This image is a colorized photograph of Mirror Lake in Bellingrath Gardens, Mobile, Ala.
Western Railway of Alabama Station, Auburn, Alabama
This image is a black and white photograph with a colorized background showing the Western Railway of Alabama railroad station in Auburn, Alabama.
William James Samford Home, Opelika, Alabama
This image is a black and white photograph of the home of William James Samford, 31st Governor of Alabama. Handwritten message (on back) addressed to Mrs. [Caroline] Draughon dated February 21, 1955.
Phi Delta Theta Hall, Auburn, Ala.
This image is a black and white photograph of an early Phi Delta Theta fraternity house, Auburn University chapter, located in Auburn, Ala. Handwritten message (on back) addressed to Miss Bernice Lowe, Opelika, Ala., postmarked March 19, 1910.
Purple Dawn, A Variety of Camellia Japonica
This image is a color photograph of a Purple Dawn flower, a variety of Camellia. Photo taken in Bellingrath Gardens, Mobile, Ala. Postcard text: (back) The Purple Dawn (Mathotiana Rubra) variety of the Camellia Japonica is extremely beautiful and very popular in the Deep South.
Castle Trausnitz Miniature, Ave Maria Grotto, Cullman, Alabama
This image is part of a series of colorized photographs of the Ave Maria Grotto in Cullman, Alabama. Postcard text: (front) Miniature: Castle Trausnitz, Landshut, Bavaria -- Near home of Brother Joseph. From folder: Brother Joseph Zoettl, O.S.B., a Benedictine monk at Saint Bernard Abbey, began experiments with concrete miniatures early in the 20th century. Abbot Bernard Menges, recognizing the popularity of Bro. Joseph's work, ordered construction of a park on the hillside in front of Saint Ber
Grand Hotel, Point Clear, Alabama
This is a color photograph of the Grand Hotel in Point Clear, Alabama. Postcard text: (back) In addition to salt water bathing in the blue waters of Mobile Bay "right in its front yard," Grand Hotel also maintains a large fresh water pool with under-water lighting. The hotel's 18-hole golf course, only a few hundred yards away, is one of the South's best.
Court House, Huntsville, Alabama
This image is a colorized photograph of the court house in Huntsville, Alabama. Postcard text: (back) Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. art-colortone" post card
Jefferson Davis Chair 2
This image is a black and white photograph of the Jefferson Davis Chair in the Alabama State Department of Archives and History. Postcard text: (back) This chair was used by Jefferson Davis in Montgomery during the early months of his Presidency of the Confederate [States of America] government, 1861-1865. It was presented to the Alabama State Department of Archives and History by Mrs. J.G. Whitfield, of Whitfield, Ala.
Prince Madoc Memorial Marker, Fort Morgan, Mobile, Alabama
This image is a colorized picture of the Prince Madoc Memorial Marker, at Fort Morgan, near Mobile, Alabama. Prince Madoc was a Welsh explorer who landed on the shores of Mobile Bay in 1170 and taught the Indians there the Welsh language. Postcard text: (back) Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. art-colortone" post card; (handwritten) ETV Field Trip, Fort Gaines in school series, 1958.
Jasmine Hill, Montgomery, Alabama 2
This image is a color photograph of Jasmine Hill, located near Montgomery, Ala. Postcard text: (back) Exact copy of what remains of the oldest Greek Temple to Hera, situated at Olympia.
Confederate Veteran Reunion, 1906, Mobile Alabama 3
This image is from a set of black and white photographs taken to commemorate the Confederate States of America Veteran Reunion held in Mobile, Alabama, on November 20-22, 1906. The highlight of the reunion was a parade through the streets of Mobile. Major General Geo. P. Harrison was commander for the event. Colonel Harvey E. Jones was Adjutant General and Chief of Staff. Brigadier Generals commanding the brigades were Jno. W.A. Samford (1st), P.D. Bowles (2nd); J.N. Thompson (3rd), and J.W. Bus