This course explores a variety of GIS software packages and some key concepts needed to evaluate them for different uses. The goal is not to make you an expert in each package, but rather to provide a context for evaluating GIS software. Ideally, by course's end you will be comfortable with the idea of evaluating or managing the evaluation of GIS software products for a specific purpose.
A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 8 Islington and Stoke Newington parishes
The volume is the first to cover parts of Middlesex which lay from 1889 until 1965 within the administrative county of London, with histories of the parishes of Islington and Stoke Newington.
The Art of the PFUG
Steven J. Cox
These modules capture the broad array of activities conducted by vertically integrated research groups comprised of member of the Mathematics, Statistics, and Computational and Applied […]
Case Analysis Module: Therac-25
This module, designed for the EAC Toolkit (NSF SES 0551779) will test the Toolkit and Connexion's ability to network different online and offline sources for ethics across the curriculum. It […]
SADC - Supporting Distance Learners Course
<p>Conducting a workshop on Saide's Supporting Distance Learners in the 21st Century for a selected group of participants on behalf of SADC Centre for Distance Education.</p>
Data Informed Practice Improvement Project
<p>Evaluation of teachers' growth during the course of the Data Informed Practice Improvement Project at Wits University.</p>
.NET Micro Framework SDK v4.3 (QFE2-RTM) (Think ".NETMF 4.3 RTM Release for VS 2013") Colin Miller announced that the .NET Micro Framework SDK v4.3 has RTW'd. This has been in beta for a while, highlighted here in Oct 2014, Visual Studio 2013, VS "14" .NET Micro Framework Support is here! but now is finally, officially RTM
Colin Miller announced that the .NET Micro Framework SDK v4.3 has RTW'd. This has been in beta for a while, highlighted here in Oct 2014, Visual Studio 2013, VS "14" .NET Micro Framework Support is here! but now is finally, officially RTM
Lecture 23 - 11/15/2010
A Design Approach to Research in Technology Enhanced Mathematics Education
This thesis explores the prospect of a design science of technology enhanced mathematics education (TEME), on three levels: epistemological, methodological and pedagogical. Its primary domain is the identification of scientific tools for design research in TEME. The outputs of this enquiry are evaluated by a demonstrator study in the domain of secondary school mathematics. A review of existing literature establishes a need for a design perspective in TEME research, but at the same time suggests
Intimate Partner Violence on Campus: A Test of Social Learning Theory
The current study sought to examine the theoretical field of intimate partner and domestic violence research. The research focused on integrated social learning, power-control, and fundamental components of intergenerational transmission and male-support theories. The use of the Conflict Tactic Scale (CTS 2), Seller’s (2003) social learning subscale, and a combination of measures of power-control theory were used to determine the relative strength of learning, power, and male social networks i
This instructional video details the seven modes that can be derived from a major scale and gives insight regarding their proper usage. Run time 06:30.
Virtual Learning Environments as a Supplement to Traditional Teaching
Many factors influence teaching nowadays. Numbers of students are increasing, some students pay for studies and require more flexible teaching, more students have access to Internet, the learning material is changing rapidly (especially of subjects, related to information technologies), publishing industry is slow and expensive. All that stimulates usage of modern technologies in education. Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) is one of the forms of e-learning. They open new ways of teaching and
1.264J Database, Internet, and Systems Integration Technologies (MIT)
This course addresses information technology fundamentals, including project management and software processes, data modeling, UML, relational databases and SQL. Topics covered include internet technologies, such as XML, web services, and service-oriented architectures. This course provides an introduction to security and presents the fundamentals of telecommunications and includes a project that involves requirements / design, data model, database implementation, website, security and data netw
Infantile Multimedia Environment - An Early Digital Inclusion
Children are recognized as individuals with rights, constituted by multiple human dimensions that can be excited by several activities and several Medias (books, videos, computers, etc.). And the Medias are understood as the tools to qualitatively contribute to the childrens development, giving them opportunity to improve their creativity and imagination, enriching their cultural repertoire. This paper aims to describe the results of a special project implemented in a public day-care centre in
Fundamentals of Program Evaluation
Fundamentals of Program Evaluation familiarizes students in different types of program evaluation, including needs assessment, formative research, process evaluation, monitoring of outputs and outcomes, impact assessment, and cost analysis.
Managed Care and Health Insurance
Presents an overview of major issues related to the design, function, management, regulation, and evaluation of health insurance and managed care plans.
Introduction to Methods for Health Service Research and Evaluation
Introduction to Methods for Health Services Research and Evaluation provides an introduction to basic methods for undertaking research and program evaluation within health services organizations and systems.
Collaborative learning - New learning models and applications
Distance education defined as education that takes place when the learner and the instructor are in separate location is undergoing changes throughout the world. The teaching environment is undergoing a major shift as more and more programs are offering classes online. This shift is due to rising costs in education, enrollment management issues, and an evolution in the use of distance learning.