Java Servlets: part 2
Video lecture from a series on Internet Applications delivered by Graham Mansfield. Running time approximately 49 minutes.
Author(s): Graham Mansfield,Staffordshire University

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Dolls clothes. Purple dress
Purple dress with short sleves , at the top of each sleve a lot of bids work finished with bid wings on each. Bids work around the neck (pink, blue, silver). 6 buttons at the back. the one at the top finish with bid flower inside.Skirt part has 19 coloured pannels (each mulitcoloured green, beige, purple, red, pink) with bids work (black, red, purple,pink).Lower part has a lines with bids work (some have form of flowers), ended with pearls. Inside underskirt, satin, green in very bad condition d
Author(s): The Betty Smithers Design Collection at Staffordsh

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Japan in war and peace
This is a module framework. It can be viewed online or downloaded as a zip file. As taught in Autumn Semester 2009/2010 This module consists of a detailed examination of the critical period in Japanese history from the end of the Pacific War through the U.S. Occupation between 1945 and 1952 and recovery in the 1960s and beyond. The lectures and seminars examine the following topics: Japan’s Road to War The Japanese experience of war and defeat The A-bomb in history and memory The ‘Allied’
Author(s): Townsend Susan C. Dr

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Pair of Round Tortoiseshell Spectacles
Pair of round tortoiseshell spectacles in a spectacle case. Case id marked: A C Carroll Opticians but l;ocation is illegible. Case contained tobacco wrapper for Hearts of Oak Smoking Tobacco - from the The Betty Smithers Design Collection at Staffordshire University.
Author(s): The Betty Smithers Design Collection at Staffordsh

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Toolkit: ‘How to Make Your Case for Education & Training’
This is a unique business case toolkit around Improving Health offering any professional in health and social care a simple, effective way to produce business cases to successfully secure funds for their continuing professional development. It contains an evidence based, module specific business proposal for health professionals to use to establish their current levels of knowledge, understanding and experience, and plan development of their competencies within the framework of the health needs
Author(s): Rhian Last (Education for Health)

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Espoir et Histoire

Les mouvements de révolte qui secouent actuellement notre société sont symptomatiques d'une crise du jeu démocratique. La représentation politique ne fonctionne pas comme elle le devrait puisqu'il est désormais nécessaire de s'exprimer ailleurs, hors du cadre ordinaire de représentation.

Pourquoi assistons-nous à une crise aussi éloquente et visible? Est-il possible d'envisager le devenir d'une humanité en difficulté en terme d'espoir?

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Lecture 22 - 11/12/2010
Lecture 22
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Le télé-apprentissage et le développement de compétences
Cette étude vise à dresser un portrait général de l'état actuel du télé-apprentissage et du développement des compétences au sein des entreprises. Le télé-apprentissage semble jouer un rôle stratégique dans les contextes de la "nouvelle économie", des "organisations apprenantes" et du "nouveau paradigme pédagogique".,Note de recherche No 2002-2, Télé-université, Université du Québec
Author(s): Tremblay Diane-Gabrielle,Thellen Stephane,Richer M

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Learning Individuals and Learning Communities: Informal Learning in 2025
This Paper presents the Learnovation vision within and around the area of informal learning, and more specifically it concerns three “eLearning territories”: individual development through e-Learning, nonprofessional learning communities, and communities generating learning as side effect. What these three territories have in common is that learning is not organised or structured, nor necessarily intentional from the learner’s perspective. A key assumption to understand the Learnovation Visio
Author(s): Riu Toni,Nascimbeni Fabio,Aceto Stefania

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Exploring Teachers’ Beliefs through Collaborative Journaling: A Qualitative Case Study of Japanese
This qualitative case study was implemented to describe, interpret, and document preservice EFL teachers’ learning processes through collaborative journaling and gained awareness for all participants (including myself as a participant-observer). Four preservice EFL teachers in Japan (two males and two females) participated in the study. At the time of the investigation, they were all undergraduate students studying in an EFL teacher education program at a Japanese university. To investigate th
Author(s): Nagamine, Toshinobu

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Infantile Multimedia Environment - An Early Digital Inclusion
Children are recognized as individuals with rights, constituted by multiple human dimensions that can be excited by several activities and several Medias (books, videos, computers, etc.). And the Medias are understood as the tools to qualitatively contribute to the children’s development, giving them opportunity to improve their creativity and imagination, enriching their cultural repertoire. This paper aims to describe the results of a special project implemented in a public day-care centre in
Author(s): Ferreira Adelir Pazetto,Ferreira Debora Pazetto

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Interactive computer aided learning in social science education: strategies, scenarios, tools, and e
This paper presents the e-learning project “Strategies for Networked Learning” at the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology of the University of Vienna, its structure, objectives and technological infrastructure. Furthermore, it discusses a blended learning case study and the selected results of an evaluation of blended learning courses conducted within the project. As these evaluations indicate, blended learning scenarios need to be very well planned and evaluated by considering the
Author(s): Budka Philipp,Mader Elke,Stockinger Johann,Prilisa

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Diagnostic models of intelligent tutor system for teaching skills to construct control object freque
In this paper one solution for teaching skills to construct the control object frequency characteristics method is described. Student’s mistakes are discovered and classified. Based on signal-parametric approach to fault diagnosis in dynamic systems mathematical diagnostic models which allow detecting mistake classes by comparing student calculated results and system calculated results are created. Features of proposed diagnostic models application are presented. Intelligent tutor system is dev
Author(s): Kulik Anatoly,Chukhray Andrey

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Dialectics for collective activities: an approach to virtual campus design
This contribution is an attempt to systematise our approach to the design of a virtual campus. Activities in the recently started TECFA virtual campus rely on Internet tools, but they concern both distance teaching and presential interactions. Designing learning activities is relatively easy when the learning goal is an activity in itself. In this contribution, we explain how we extend the “learning by doing” approach to the acquisition of declarative knowledge. After fulfilling a pseudo-task,
Author(s): Jermann Patrick,Dillenbourg Pierre,Brouze Jean-Chr

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Antarctica as an Educational Resource
As an educational resource, Antarctica is extremely broad in scope with the potential to contribute to a number of study areas, from the sciences to history, sociology, and politics. Authored by molecular biologist Clive Evans at the University of Auckland, this Web site provides a convenient resource for introducing Antarctica into the classroom and could be adapted for a range of grade levels. Luckily for life science educators, the site focuses primarily on Antarctic biology, adaptation, huma
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Internet Scout Project
Presented by the private educational service Columbia Education Center (CEC), the Science Lesson Plans page gives teachers access to several hundred categorized lesson plans. The plans are divided into K-5, 6-8, and 9-12 grade levels, and cover all areas of science. Giving teachers a good resource of quality information, each no-frills link brings up a single page description of the lesson plan that includes an overview, purpose, objective, materials needed, and additional resources information.
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Giving teachers a hand(book) to develop ict-enhanced skills
Shared web-based knowledge bases, enriched with the possibilities of discussing about their content and of proposing new one, seem to offer the opportunity to diffuse pedagogical innovation. To this aim, the knowledge base should enable teachers to put their own ideas at colleagues’ disposal; and moreover, to improve their pedagogical knowledge by availing themselves of colleagues’ proposals and suggestions. Thus, personal growth evolves in shared knowledge and vice-versa, facilitating the for
Author(s): Forcheri Paola,Molfino Maria Teresa,Van Diepen Ni

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Internet Scout Project
The Beach Erosion site of the WhyFiles (last mentioned in the August 9, 1996 Scout Report), a project funded by the graduate school of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has been recently updated. Its newest addition includes a story about the population of the tiny Pacific Island nation of Tuvalu that is preparing to abandon its home due to rising sea levels. The site takes a look at this subject and the resulting increased beach erosion that takes place around the world. Visitors can read ab
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Science and Technology of Mental Illness
This site provides six lessons that help students understand what mental illnesses are. PET images show changes in the brain and how treatment can change activity levels and restore functioning. Case studies and other activities explore differences among illnesses, risk factors, and treatment plan goals. Students develop a brochure to inform people about mental illness.
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