Learning to Recommend from Positive Evidence
In recent years, many systems and approaches for recommending information, products or other objects have been developed. In these systems, often machine learning methods that need training input to acquire a user interest profile are used. Such methods typically need positive and negative evidence of the user's interests. To obtain both kinds of evidence, many systems make users rate relevant objects explicitly. Others merely observe the user's behavior, which fairly obviously yields positive e
Never enough time - Electronic literary exercises in an Italian lower secondary school.
Not available,Unpublished ethnographic material, Université de Liège - Laboratoire d'Anthropologie de la Communication
Different Perspectives in Darden's Global Executive MBA
http://www.darden.virginia.edu/gemba - Darden Global MBA for Executives student Roger Carlile describes how the diversity of his classmates contributes to the learning environment in the Darden classroom.
LeRC K-12 Wind Tunnel Homepage
This site offers information about wind tunnels. Learn how to build a wind tunnel, read about wind tunnel history, download flow-simulation software, view experiments for grades 8-12, and link to other wind tunnel websites
Robotics with the XBC Controller
This course offers a brief history of robotics, and a definition of robot and robotics. The course includes an introduction to IC and the XBC, downloading firmware, Updating the bitstream, and IC Environment and simulator. It concludes with an activity building a Demo-Bot.
Le nuove tecnologie per la sperimentazione nella scuola
Il problema cruciale del rapporto tra scuola e le nuove tecnologie. Utilizzo del computer e sperimentazione.,The critical problem of the relation school - new tecnnologies. Utilization of personal computer and experimentations.,Istituzione universitaria di secondo e terzo livello (ciclo II e III) per la formazione degli insegnanti e/o dei formatori,Spiegare,Illustrare,Alta formazione universitaria (secondo e terzo livello),Educazione,Formazione degli insegnanti e scienze della formazione,Didatti
This extensive collection of activities from the American Museum of Natural History offers middle school students an exciting and creative context for involving students in the scientific process while introducing them to the rich diversity and beauty of their local ecosystem. Lesson plans, Web-based interactive activities, useful Web links, profiles of AMNH scientists and staff, and other features help students inventory and analyze the plants and arthropods found in their own neighborhoods. Al
Middle School Portal: Math and Science Pathways (MSP2)
Using this online activity, students explore the meaning of probability using the pigeonhole principle. The initial question asks students to determine the probability that someone who is not paying attention to what she is doing can put checks into the correct envelopes. The activity is one of 80 mathematical challenges featured on the Figure This! web site, where real-world uses of mathematics are emphasized. The solution hint suggests experimenting with the possible outcomes with checks a, b,
Auburn vs. Texas Tech (1953)
"Gator Bowl--Auburn Overpowered--Auburn 13-Texas Tech 35" (Description from the 1954 Glomerata)
Wind energy : energy from moving air
This resource focuses on the renewable resource of wind energy. This brief overview of wind energy explores how moving air is managed when it is formed. This resource will address such topics as (1) What is Wind?, (2) The History of Wind, (3) Windmill Mechanics, (4) Wind Machines Today, (5) Types of Windmills, (6) Wind Power Plants, (7) Wind Resources, (8) Wind Production, (9) Wind Energy Economics, (10) Wind and the Environment, and (11) the Future of Wind. Copyright 2005 International Technolo
The Nation's Report Card
The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), also known as "the Nation's Report Card," is the only nationally representative and continuing assessment of what America's students know and can do in various subject areas. Since 1969, assessments have been conducted periodically in reading, mathematics, science, writing, U.S. history, civics, geography, and the arts. The site's resources include access to data, state profiles, special studies, and publications.
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
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.
Topics in Pre-Modern Chinese History
A goal of this book and the course as a whole is to encourage broad, integrative thinking about history and human affairs. Readers are encouraged to compare Chinese history with the histories of other parts of the world and with contemporary problems and issues. Readers are also encouraged to think about the process of history making (i.e., writing) itself.
Barton Academy, Mobile, Alabama 2
This image is a colorized photograph of the Barton Academy in Mobile, Ala. Postcard text: (back) Barton Academy, Mobile's most noted public school, within whose walls some of the most prominent Mobilians have been educated.
Ohio and Erie Canal National Heritage Corridor
is a travel itinerary of 50 houses, farms, churches, historic districts, and other sites. Learn about the first organized American settlement in the Northwest Territory (1772) and the history and impact of canals and railroads. Read essays on transportation, ethnicity, industry, and preservation.
Iron Hill School: An African-American One-Room School
is a curriculum-oriented guide focusing on a school constructed in 1923 in a rural area of northern Delaware, one of more than 80 schools for African-American children built between 1919 and 1928 as part of philanthropist Pierre Samuel du Pont's Delaware experiment. The site shows photos, maps, and diagrams about the school itself and suggests student activities ranging from philanthropy to school architecture.
Poems of Early Indiana in Abraham Lincoln’s Own Words
This lesson plan relates to Indiana history at fourth grade and the Lincolns as a typical pioneer family in the beginnings of the early statehood time. The students will study Lincoln's “Word Choice” and the facts and emotions he expresses in his poems, My Childhood's Home and The Bear Hunt.
Old Courthouse in St. Louis
This is an exhibit about a place which, throughout the 19th century, served not only as a house of justice, but also as a public gathering place for pioneers planning their westward trek across the plains. Its iron-framed dome was the forerunner of many similar domes erected on government buildings throughout the country. The site contains maps, readings, photos, drawings, as well as a guide for doing a student project.
Lincoln Home National Historic Site: A Place of Growth and Memory
recounts the life of our 16th president. See photos of the house in Springfield, Illinois, that Abraham Lincoln, his wife, and family occupied for 17 years. Read news accounts of his departure for Washington, D.C., from Springfield and of his funeral. Learn about the series of events that led to his election as the first president born west of the Appalachians.