Error Control Coding
We will explore the theoretical and historical motivation behind modern error control coding, particularly algebraic block coding. Linear codes, both block and convolutional, will be introduced, followed by a description of the algebraic tools necessary to describe and implement Reed-Solomon codes. Modern algebraic concepts including Galois fields will be presented, along with circuit implementations. Also, convolutional codes and trellis-coded modulation will be covered, along with the Viterbi
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Tutorial Letter: General Information - Module One
In this module we will introduce you to concepts such as food security, food insecurity, nutrition security, livelihood security, food policies and programmes and the role of stakeholders and facilitators. You will gain the knowledge and skills required to gather information on many different levels, from the macro to the micro level. You will also, in time, become equipped to analyse community and household needs, understand the implications of policies and strategies for communities and househ
Author(s): FM Ferreira

Changes in Ecosystems - by StudyJams
Ecosystems are constantly going through gradual changes.  Sometimes those changes are natural, and sometimes they are caused by humans.  Learn more about changes in an ecosystem with this cartoon animation from StudyJams.  A short, self-checking quiz is also included with this link.
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Cold gas dynamic spray, CGDS (or kinetic spray) is a rapidly developing c
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Crocodile Skeleton - Front Limb
The crocodile has small limbs because its spends most of its time in water. The limbs are sprawled and it drags itself across land. The ball and socket joint allows the limb to move in different directions.
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Navigating by the Numbers
In this lesson, students will learn that math is important in navigation and engineering. Ancient land and sea navigators started with the most basic of navigation equations (Speed x Time = Distance). Today, navigational satellites use equations that take into account the relative effects of space and time. However, even these high-tech wonders cannot be built without pure and simple math concepts basic geometry and trigonometry that have been used for thousands of years. In this lesson, these b
Author(s): Janet Yowell,Jeff White,Malinda Schaefer Zarske,Pe

Exploring Texture from a Set Work: Mozart
A lesson plan aimed at all levels. Students are required to listen to a specific extract from a set work with which they are already familiar and select an appropriate diagram which graphically represents the accompaniment at various points.
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Movements and Shifts in Supply Curves
A consideration of the factors affecting the movements and shifts in supply curves and how the interaction of demand and supply curves affect market forces.
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Fear of Crime
The purpose of this module is to introduce students in an online Criminology course to the idea of data analysis using an online analysis program and the General Social Survey. Prior to this module, students will have read several documents describing the scientific method including terminology such as statistical significance, independent and dependent variables, and operationalization. Once students have read this document, they then complete a guided online analysis and turn in their answers
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Mt. Pinatubo 10th Anniversary Perspective (Stills)
This recent false color Landsat-7 image, from January 2001, shows Mt. Pinatubo as it stands today. The caldera is seen in the middle of the image, underneath clouds. Ten years after the blast, vegetation is re-growing on the slopes of the mountain (in green.) Streams of mud, called lahars, (resulting from ash from the eruption mixing with water- seen as the lighter sediment) continue to flow down the sides of the mountains, as well as channels of water (darker streams). However, as vegetation gr
Author(s): Jay Herman,Michael Mangos,Richard McPeters

Stealth Learning: Acquiring Knowledge About Vascular Plant Structure While Using a Vegetative Key
Many students find it tedious to learn the terminology that is used to describe the vegetative structure of vascular plants. An effective method is to acquire these skills "accidentally", in the process of identifying unfamiliar plants. This exercise uses a vegetative key to woody plants within walking distance of the lab. Before the lab, plants are labeled with alphabetic tags. Students are given a brief introduction, and then they attempt to identify each labeled plant using the key. If their
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WordWorld:V is for Vacation
WordWorld:V is for Vacation.  This is an excerpt from the popular PBS kids show Word World.  In this video, the word world animals create "v" words and turn the words into actual things.  This is a good teaching resource for the early childhood classroom. It helps with learning to blend words and builds phonic skills. (10:56)
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Japancast Episode 041 â€“ Learn Japanese @ Japancast.net
Learn Japanese from the brand new anime “A Channel”.   Japancast HD Video Episode 041 from Hitomi Griswold on Vimeo. Help us grow! Share this post on your favorite social site:
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You can now call us and ask a question or leave a comment by voicemail. The new number is: 856-29-Japan (856-295-2726)   We’ve also added a new, shorter, easier way to find stuff on Japancast: http://jca.st/shop – the Japancast Shop http://jca.st/face - Japancast on Facebook http://jca.st/friends – Japancast Friends http://jca.st/audible – Your free 2 week [...]
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Theodore Roosevelt: Conserving America's Future Documentary
This documentary shows the importance of land management during a time of depleting natural resources. Theodore Roosevelt became a leader in the conservation movement. Forest, wildlife preservation, and water conservation were the 3 targets of his conversation movement. Roosevelt saw that our resources were limited. This is a wonderful teaching resource for a lesson/unit on US History, presidents, Geography, conservation, etc. Students will enjoy the real footage. (10:06)
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Theodore Roosevelt Fun Facts
This comical video addresses 2 facts about Theodore Roosevelt which are the following: 1. Roosevelt was a conservationist. 2. Roosevelt refused to shoot a bear on a hunting trip. Fun teaching resource to introduce Theodore Roosevelt. (1:03)
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Helen Keller
This is a four minute video about the blind and deaf American author, Helen Keller. It tells how her teacher, Anne Sullivan, worked with her. The students can listen to her speak and how she learned to "hear" what people said by putting her hands on the mouth of a speaker. A good lesson on the importance of education and overcoming adversity. Lots of lessons possible using this biography.
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How to Make Napkin Decoupage Eggs for Easter
NOTE: Since this project needs scissors, this project requires the aid of an adult to make these decoupaged eggs.  Decoupage floral paper napkins onto ceramic eggs to make beautiful blooms for the breakfast table.  (01:09)
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