Put a Spark In It! - Electricity
Uncountable times every day with the merest flick of a finger each one of us calls on electricity to do our bidding. What would your life be like without electricity? Students begin learning about electricity with an introduction to the most basic unit in ordinary matter, the atom. Once the components of an atom are addressed and understood, students move into the world of electricity. First, they explore static electricity, followed by basic current electricity concepts such as voltage, resista
An Arm and A Leg
Students will design and build a prototype of an artificial limb using a simple syringe system as an introduction to bioengineering. Students will determine which substance water (liquid) or air (gas) will make the appendage more efficient.
Setting Goals, Building Solutions
In this lesson, students consider the value of setting goals for themselves and for their community, thinking critically about the idea of defining community and shared interests and concerns. This is an introduction to the concepts that underlie the Millennium Development Goals.
Where Are the MDGs?
By investigating the coverage of the Millennium Development Goals in the media, students learn about both the local and global presence of development issues, as well as gain an introduction to the way the media represents these issues in different parts of the world.
Pathophysiology and Pharmacotherapy of Acute Decompensated Heart Failure
The module contains the following levels: Defining Acute Decompensated Heart Failure Precipitating Factors of Acute Decompensated Heart Failure ADHF Pathophysiology Evaluating ADHF via the Forrester Classification System Evaluating ADHF via the Clinical Severity Classification System Lab Parameters and Other Diagnostic Tests Goals of ADHF Therapy Introduction to ADHF Treatment Class Effects Catecholamine-like Agents in ADHF Dosing Dopamine for ADHF Dosing Effects Drug Properties Treatment Consid
The Drug Information Consult
A short introduction on how to write a drug information consult. The module contains the following levels: Introduction to the DI Consult Steps to Writing a DI Consult Sections of the DI Consult Choosing Primary Literature Other Writing Tips Complete Assessment of the Drug Information Consult
Hey, Mr. Producer!
It's not that uncommon for secondary school students to study the ups and downs of the stock market, but in this lesson, students will examine the economic roller coaster involved in the production of a Broadway musical. As an introduction to the lesson, students will read a series of online articles to investigate the similarities and differences between nonprofit theater production and Broadway, or commercial, theater production. They will view excerpts from the PBS series BROADWAY: THE AMERIC
Liberty! The American Revolution
The Liberty! Teacher’s Guide is designed to fully engage students in the drama and rich educational information presented in the six-part PBS series LIBERTY! THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. The plans are flexible and can be easily adapted.
1.5 Exercises A vector a has magnitude
|a| = 7 and direction
θ = −70°.
Calculate the component form of a, giving the components
correct to two decimal places. Nanotechnology 501 Lecture Series 5.04 Principles of Inorganic Chemistry II (MIT) Basic radio physics Introduction to mailing lists Introduction to OpenOffice.org Impress Introduction to MS Access Introduction to OpenOffice.org Writer Mesh networking Wireless client installation MS Access forms Outdoor radio simulation
Welcome to the Nanotechnology 501, a series of lectures designed to provide an introduction to nanotechnology.
This course provides a systematic presentation of the chemical applications of group theory with emphasis on the formal development of the subject and its applications to the physical methods of inorganic chemical compounds. The electronic structure of molecules will be developed. Against this backdrop, the optical, vibrational, and magnetic properties of transition metal complexes are presented and their investigation by the appropriate spectroscopy is described.
A general introduction to basic physics relevant for wireless networking.
Introduction to basic mailing list concepts, finding and using mailing lists.
An introduction to using OpenOffice.org Impress for presentations - aimed at getting learners comfortable with OOo Impress basics and giving them the confidence to go further on their own.
Introduction to MS Access basics: working with tables fields, records and primary keys.
An introduction to the OpenOffice.org Writer word processor.
High-level introduction to mesh networks.
An introduction to selecting hardware, and installing and configuring a wireless device on your client computer (laptop, desktop). The unit covers installation under both Linux Windows (XP).
Introduction to creating MS Access forms.
This unit serves as an introduction to the software A Radio Mobile, a radio simulation tool for outdoor environments. The focus of this unit is on the understanding of the different building blocks of the software. Rather than understanding how to simulate only one specific type of wireless infrastructure the learner should be able to apply the methodology to any kind of wireless system.
A vector a has magnitude |a| = 7 and direction θ = −70°. Calculate the component form of a, giving the components correct to two decimal places.
Nanotechnology 501 Lecture Series
5.04 Principles of Inorganic Chemistry II (MIT)
Basic radio physics
Introduction to mailing lists
Introduction to OpenOffice.org Impress
Introduction to MS Access
Introduction to OpenOffice.org Writer
Wireless client installation
MS Access forms
Outdoor radio simulation