Introduction to Artificial Intelligence - Introduction to Problem Solving as Search
These notes for the first tutorial form part of the "Introduction to Problem Solving as Search" topic in the Introduction to Artificial Intelligence module.
Local Government Council Constitutions Presentation
Presentation slides outlining the key features of Local Government Council Constitutions. (Associated resource to the ‘On the receiving end’ assignment 2 of 3 for the Introduction to Government module)
On the receiving end (Introduction to government: Assignment brief 2)
Write a 250 word news story based on the current actions/decisions of any local authority. The article must tell the story in a way which makes it easy to understand. All information must be correctly sourced. The story must be balanced, that is, including a fair range of views and responses to the issue involved. The story must include quotes from at least one first-hand interviewee. Assignment 2 of 3 for the Introduction to Government module.
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Serving the public (Introduction to government: assignment brief 3)
A day in the life of a local authority worker. This article will focus on the working day of a person employed in the public sector. This could be anyone from the PA to the Chief Executive of the County Council to a dinner lady at a local school. The task is to produce a 300 word story. This can be reported by you, or written in the first person (as in our Remembrance Sunday pieces), it's your choice. The story should offer an insight into the demands and rewards of the job the subject does, whi
Remembrance Sunday (Practical Journalism: assignment brief)
A collaborative group assignment brief requiring the authorship of a series of articles inspired by Remembrance Day, which could feature in a local weekly newspaper or news and feature-based website focusing on a particular geographical area. Most of the articles will be individual first person pieces, with each group also producing text and images based around commemorative events on Remembrance Day.
3.093 Information Exploration: Becoming a Savvy Scholar (MIT)
This freshman course explores the scientific publication cycle, primary vs. secondary sources, and online and in-print bibliographic databases; how to search, find, evaluate, and cite information; indexing and abstracting; using special resources (e.g. patents) and "grey literature" (e.g. technical reports and conference proceedings); conducting Web searches; and constructing literature reviews.
Hindi Film Song -"Tere Naina" – Part II
"My Name is Khan" is a Bollywood hit. This lesson goes over the second part of the theme song.
Facebook's new messaging tool
After much speculation, social media site Facebook unveiled its new all-in-one messaging service, which combines email, text and instant messaging.
Lecture 22 - 11/12/2010
Empowering Female Inmates: An Exploratory Study of a Prison Therapeutic Community and Its Impact on
Over the past twenty years, the number of female inmates incarcerated for drug offenses has dramatically increased. This surge has led to a large portion of the female prison population coming into the corrections system with substance abuse problems. Currently, drug relapse is the number one reason for female recidivism. Robert Johnson (2002) has suggested that if inmates learn mature coping skills, while in prison, they will be better prepared for the world outside and will be less likely to
Description of six scenarios and of the results of six validated trials
This deliverable aims at presenting and analysing the processes of elaboration and validation of the PALETTE scenarios. After having defined these two processes and situated them into the PALETTE methodology, the scenarios are presented. For each scenario, the specific methodology of elaboration and validation is described with a special focus on the participation of the concerned Communities of Pratcice (CoPs). Then the results of the validation are presented as well as the reports of their tec
Entertainment Education for Behavior Change
This course examines and teaches ways in which education can be subtly but effectively worked into both new and time-honored genres of entertainment to foster positive behavior change and life improvement in both developing countries and local environments.
A New Analytical Approach on Continuous Improvement Evaluation: A National Presentation Case
This paper demonstrates a new approach on how to analyze evaluation data to find a teams (sometimes called circle) improvement ability and the characteristics of evaluators by using the data from the national Quality Control Circle (QCC) presentations in Taiwan. Most evaluations on the QCC presentation use the itemized rating method or the duplex-pole evaluation method. The former has the negative effects of canceling out the higher and lower while the latter cannot distinguish the ability typ
ePortfolios in Education - Learning Tools or Means of Assessment?
ePortfolios are collections of electronic evidence which capture the idea of lifelong learning ePortfolios at school can support the documentation of competences better than normal tests and assessments. The acquired competences may further be transfered from school to the world of work. On the other hand ePortfolios are powerful tools for learning and reflecting.
This Land Is Your Land, This Land Is My Land
In this activity, students will review and evaluate the ways land is covered and used in their local community. They will also consider the environmental effects of the different types of land use. Students will act as community planning engineers to determine where to place a new structure that will have the least affect on the environment.
How Should Our Gardens Grow?
In this lesson, students will learn about types of land use by humans and evaluate the ways land is used in their local community. They will also consider the environmental effects of the different types of land use. Students will assume the role of community planning engineers and will create a future plan for their community. (Note: Teachers will need to check out the following book from the local or school library: Durell, Ann, Craighead George, Jean, and Paterson, Katherine. The Big Book For
Learning Bridges: a role for mobile technologies in education
A project called MyArtSpace, funded by the UK Department for Culture Media and Sport, is today exploring how children can engage in similar enquiry-led learning supported by mobile technology and how this can link to school and home learning. Using MyArtSpace as an example, we discuss the possibilities for mobile technology to form bridges between formal and informal learning. We also offer guidelines, drawn from our experience with MyArtSpace, for designing such bridges.
Innovative pedagogical and psychological perspectives of podcasts
Podcasting, being a new form of audio distribution offering the possibility to be loaded on personal mobile devices from teachers, student, universitys websites and blogs, is discussed as an activity with potential in learning and teaching. The existing and potential varieties of podcasts represent sources for learning, converging, socializing. In this paper, podcasting is supported as an innovative approach to stimulate university students reflection, specifically on epistemic quest
Internet Scout Project
Finchworld was created by finch enthusiast Rick Fulmer as an extensive online source for information about finches. This website provides links to an abundance of articles, good-quality photos, illustrations, and other information for numerous finch varieties including the Zebra Finch, Cordon Bleu, Star Finch, American Goldfinch, and many more. The site also offers the Finchlover and Finch Breeder Directories allowing site visitors to search different countries, and states in the U.S. for fellow