Light Trapping For Invertebrates
Short video introducing and illustrating the collection of insects and other invertebrates using a light trap. Aimed at students without previous field experience of insect sampling techniques.
knowledge acquistion 1
This PowerPoint discusses knowledge acquistion and knowledge elicitation techniques, particularly interviews
Collecting Invertebrates with a Beating Tray
Short video introducing and illustrating the collection of insects and other invertebrates using a beating tray. Aimed at students without previous field experience of insect sampling techniques.
Pond Net Sampling in Standing Water
Short video introducing and illustrating the collection of invertebrates using pond nets in standing water. Aimed at students without previous field experience of freshwater invertebrate sampling techniques.
Small Mammal Trapping
Short video introducing and illustrating the collection capture of small mammals using Sherman traps. Aimed at students without previous field experience of mammal sampling techniques.
Surber Sampling in Streams
Short video introducing and illustrating the collection of invertebrates using surber sampler. Aimed at students without previous field experience of freshwater invertebrate sampling techniques.
Sweep netting for invertebrates on ground vegetation
Short video introducing and illustrating the collection of insects and other invertebrates using sweep nets. Aimed at students without previous field experience of insect sampling techniques.
Endoscopy as a Tool in Architecture
The European Architectural Endoscopy Association was established in connection with the Association?s first international conference on August 25-28, 1993, which was hosted by the Department of Architecture at the Tampere University of Technology. The purpose of the EAEA is to promote experimentation, research, communication, exchange of experiences, collaboration, user participation and teaching in the field of endoscopy and environmental simulation. The first EAEA conference was attended by 25
Lost in Translation: Reflecting on a Model to Reduce Translation and Interpretation Bias.
This paper reflects on the language and translation challenges faced and interventions used whilst undertaking cross-cultural public health research in Nepal using translators. Background: The growth in cross-cultural studies and international research highlights the use of translators and the associated challenges for researchers with regard to cultural and linguistic issues when collecting data in one language and analysing and reporting in another. The specific challenges when using translato
Mini Project Communication Link Simulation Channels And Noise Lecture
The following resources come from the 2009/10 BEng (Hons) in Digital Communications & Electronics (course number 2ELE0064) from the University of Hertfordshire. All the mini projects are designed as level two modules of the undergraduate programmes. The objective of this module is to have built communication links using existing AM modulation, PSK modulation and demodulation blocks, constructed AM modulators and constructed PSK modulators using operational function blocks based on their mathe
Atmospheric Causes of Climate Change PowerPoint Presentation
Atmospheric Causes of Climate Change - PowerPoint Presentation - Part Three of Introduction to the Causes of Climate Change
The Kavli Institute of Nanoscience at Delft University of Technology studies new physics and exploits novel principles in nanostructured devices with a new functionality. The nanostructures vary from superconductors to biopolymers and are obtained from nature or fabricated with bottom-up methods (starting with atoms or molecules) or top-down techniques (such as electron-beam lithography). The Institute consists of several research groups and a nanofabrication cleanroom facility. With a staff of
The Evolution of the European Single Market - The theory
Lecture slides for a first year economics course on European economic issues as taught by Cillian Ryan at the University of Birmingham in 2009/10.
Making A Difference: 'Tell Me Again' Core Skills DVD
This DVD offers clear and insightful guidance on performing basic core skills for garment construction with professional techniques. Examples include a step-by-step demo on making a hem and making a variety of seams. It also covers repetitive tasks as threading the machine, and winding the bobbin. The sections are approximately 2 minutes long with a voice over to illuminate the demonstrations. The video was made through CLIP/CETL as a learning resource only for London College of Fashion and Univ
Sources of Finance and the Canons of Good Lending - Raw Materials
Raw Materials - A learning activity about sources of finance and how lenders analyse lending proposals
Solving Radical Equations - Yay Math
The video demonstrates techniques for solving radical equations. White board in a class setting, some interaction, engaging, several examples of increasing complexity. The discussion is clear and understandable. Produced by Robert Ahdoot, yaymath.org
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
Components Based Software Design
The objectives of the course are: To understand and learn the meaning, techniques, problems and needs of the Components based Software Design. To learn General fundaments of Components, Components Based Software Engineering, Object Models, Interface Models, What are Code Components, Executable Components , Patterns To develop your capacities of Developing software based on Components, Solving integration problems
The objective of this course is to give an overview of different cipher and security techniques as well as their applications to computer networks and telematic services. The student will have to know both symmetric and asymmetric encryption techniques, hash functions, cryptographic checksums, authentication protocols, digital signature, digital certificates and applications of all of them.