Role of Viral Infections in Post-Infectious Fatigue - K. Knox
Role of Viral Infections in Post-Infectious Fatigue
An Onomatopoeic Poem
A resource for the teaching of Irish
Shakespearean Sonnet - Metre and Rhyme Exercise
Exercise requiring students to mark the rhyme scheme and metre in a Shakespearean sonnet.
Floors and Concrete - Crossword
An interactive crossword (Requires Java) which covers terms and definitions relating to floors and concrete. Can be completed online or on a printed sheet.
Roofs - Crossword
An interactive crossword (Requires Java) which covers terms and definitions relating to Roofs. Can be completed online or on a printed sheet.
Revision on the Perpendicular Axes Theorem
The sheet revises the use of the Perpendicular Axes Theorem in finding Moments of Inertia.
Concepts used in Velocity-Time Graphs
Worked example illustrating the concepts involved in the use of a velocity-time graph.
Equations of Motion
Worked example illustrating the use of equations of motion.
Worked example using a past LC question to illustrate the use of equations in solving a consecutive motion problem.
Op het einde van deze les kun je: Na het beluisteren van een gesprek over nieuwe kleren inhoudelijke vragen beantwoorden.
Resistan is a mechanistic simulation model of the process of selection of fungicide-resistant biotypes of a hypothetical fungal pathogen of a hypothetical crop. The fungus is a polycyclic organism with many generations per season. There is no genetic component in this simulator. Reproduction is assumed to be asexual. A small proportion of the initial inoculum is designated as the fungicide-resistant biotype at the start of the season, and the response of that population to various fungicide spr
Learning Guide: Unit 5 - Good nutrition for learning.
We start off Unit 5 with a story that encourages you to reflect on a key question: Why should the provision of nutritious food for vulnerable children be a central concern for school management? We look to Maslow's hierarchy of needs theory to understand the link between nutrition and learning. His theory suggests that higher cognitive levels of performance depend on basic needs being adequately met. This is backed up by evidence from research that shows the significant benefits to learners who
US History II
Upon completion of this course you will: Demonstrate comprehension of a broad body of historical knowledge; Express ideas clearly in writing; Work with classmates to research an historical issue; Interpret and apply data from original documents; Identify underrepresented historical viewpoints; Write to persuade with evidence; Compare and contrast alternate interpretations of an historical figure, event, or trend; Explain how an historical event connects to or causes a larger trend or theme; Deve
ELEC2141 Digital Circuit Design - Lecture 15
ELEC2141 Week 6 Lecture 1: Sequential Circuit Analysis
Weight Loss Improves Memory & Concentration
Kent State University Associate Professor of Psychology John Gunstad speaks about his research linking weight loss surgery to improved mental capacity.
COE Lecture Series - Garry Hoban
Dr. Garry Hoban, University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia, sat down for an interview to discuss how students can use animation techniques to grasp, and explain, math and science concepts. He has developed an tool named Slowmation to assist students with this. The COE Lecture Series is produced by the UGA College of Education. Posted by COE. The University of Georgia copyright © 2011
UR in the Monument Avenue 10k
Members of the UR community joined the crowd of over 41,000 people running in the city's 12th annual Ukrop's Monument Avenue 10k.
Open Classroom: Demography is Destiny 04-06-11 #2
Open Classroom Series 04-06-11 Demography is Destiny Demographic Change and the Affluence of Nations Martin Whyte
Professor Sir Michael Marmot in conversation with ANU academics
The economic, social and environmental determinants of human development and health equity. Three internationally renowned speakers discuss how environmental, political, economic and cultural characteristics of societies shape conditions in which people live, work and age. Inequities in these factors play a major role in producing health inequities in Australia, across the Asia Pacific region and globally. If set up well, economic development, trade, working conditions, urbanisation and healt
Staff profiles: Jeff Daniels
Jeff Daniels talks about his position as information technologist with Academic Technology Services. To read more, go to http://news.msu.edu/story/9184