Introduction to Nociception
This learning object helps the learner to describe the main components of the nociceptive pathways.
Assessment in Physical Therapy
This class presents the methodology to assess physical disability qualitatively and quantitatively from the standpoint of physical therapy (PT).
Bacteria and viruses compared
Introduces and compares the structural components associated with bacteria and viruses by allowing users to "build" their own.
This learning resource introduces the concept of improvement within health and social care. It shows how improvement may be initiated and evaluated. It also explains how improvement is everyone's concern, with small changes having the potential for large impact.
Pràctiques de programació
No existeixen receptes màgiques per a trobar solucions factibles a tots els problemes als que un programador es pot enfrontar al llarg de la seva vida professional. La única manera de que l'estudiant desenvolupi les capacitats d'abstracció de problemes i plantejament eficient de solucions, és mitjançant la creació dels seus propis mecanismes, cosa que només s'aconsegueix amb la pràctica. Per tant, aquesta serà una assignatura majoritàriament pràctica, on l'estudiant haurà d'afrontar
Article :: Creating High Dynamic Range Images with Photomatix Light 2.0
Photoshop master Dan Moughamian presents the second in a series of articles focused on affordable and quick High Dynamic Range (HDR) software tools that can help you get started with your own HDR photography portfolio.
Article :: Saving Time on Routine, Multistep Tasks by Running PDF Actions
Who doesn’t want to work smarter, not harder, during the workday? Lots of us use PDF files in one way or another to convey information. Adobe expert Brian Wood shows you how to use PDF actions to simplify and automate your work and create that perfect PDF “experience.”
Article :: Real World Camera Raw: Using Adobe DNG Converter
Jeff Schewe shows you how to use Adobe DNG Converter, which is a convenient way to process large numbers of images into DNG format.
Article :: Real World Camera Raw: Digital Image Anatomy
Jeff Schewe describes the anatomy of a digital image, including pixels, resolution, bit depth, dynamic range, color, and gamma and tone mapping.
Comment protéger une image par tatouage ? (TIM région 3 Q17)
Le tatouage des images et son application dans la sécurité et la propriété intellectuelle.
How does the computer's peculiar binary world of digital entities differ from our analogue world of colour, sound, taste and touch? This unit explores the way in which information, in the form of text, still and moving images, and sound can cross the boundary from the analogue universe into a digital world.
Shift Left: Technology and Healthcare
Edward E. Penhoet Annual Lecture on Biology, Behavior and Environment The Edward E. Penhoet Annual Lecture focuses on how biology, behavior, and environment intersect to produce health. Andy Grove, cofounder and senior adviser to executive management, Intel Corporation, will discuss the role of technology in solving the crisis in the U.S. health care system.
Orchidaceae Morphology: Oncidium cultivar
Orchid morphology of Oncidium. Structures labeled include: petals; sepals; callus; column; column wings; stigma; pollinia and anther cap. Includes a dissection that removes the anther cap to expose the pollinia.
Toucan in the jungle of Belize in Central America
The beak of the toucan is its most prominent feature and is nearly a third of its body size. The large beak allows toucans to eat large numbers of berries in one bite.
Record of Time
Enter the exciting world of dating ... fossil dating, that is. From Record of Time by anthropologist Dennis O'Neil.
Art in Engineering - Moving Art
Students learn how forces are used in the creation of art. They come to understand that it is not just bridge and airplane designers who are concerned about how forces interact with objects, but artists as well. As "paper engineers," students create their own mobiles and pop-up books, and identify and use the forces (air currents, gravity, hand movement) acting upon them.
Do Plants Eat?
Through a teacher-led discussion, students realize that the food energy plants obtain comes from sunlight via the plant process of photosynthesis. They learn what photosynthesis is, at an age-appropriate level of detail and vocabulary, and then begin to question how we know that photosynthesis occurs, if we can't see it happening. Elodea is a common water plant that students can use to directly observe evidence of photosynthesis. When Elodea is placed in a glass beaker near a good light source,
Getting to the Point
In this lesson, students learn how to determine location by triangulation. We describe the process of triangulation and practice finding your location on a worksheet, in the classroom, and outdoors.
Learning Light's Properties
Students learn the basic properties of light the concepts of light absorption, transmission, reflection and refraction, as well as the behavior of light during interference. Lecture information briefly addresses the electromagnetic spectrum and then provides more in-depth information on visible light. With this knowledge, students better understand lasers and are better prepared to design a security system for the mummified troll.
The difference between an architect and an engineer is sometimes confusing because their roles in building design can be similar. Students experience a bit of both professions by following a set of requirements and meeting given constraints as they create a model parking garage. They experience the engineering design process first-hand as they design, build and test their models. They draw a blueprint for their design, select the construction materials and budget their expenditures. They also te