Staff Feedback on using iPhones 03
Staff Feedback from Shuttleworth College on taking part in the iPhone MoleNet project.
Highlights from one of the chemistry experiments that was recorded as a vodcast for students following on from the success of the project.
Using the Nintendo DSi in Maths at Stocksbridge High School This 5 min.video illustrates the use of the Nintendo DSi with a group of Y7 students at Stocksbridge High School. It is linked to a lesson plan on MoLeSHARE. This video was produced as part of the 2009/10 collaborative MoLeNET project led by the Sheffield College.
This 5 min.video illustrates the use of the Nintendo DSi with a group of Y7 students at Stocksbridge High School. It is linked to a lesson plan on MoLeSHARE. This video was produced as part of the 2009/10 collaborative MoLeNET project led by the Sheffield College.
Creative teaching and learning in Foundation Stage and Year 1: indications from observations inside
The resource is a draft research paper, presented at the British Educational Research Association (BERA) annual conference 2009. The paper discusses the findings of a small-scale research project that investigated the potential of using the outdoor environment as a catalyst for encouraging motivation, social interaction and creative curriculum planning. Early in the paper, the comment is made that, "current educational policy in the UK appears to be shifting from an emphasis on teaching to learn
Identifying Components of Attainment Gaps
The resource is a standalone report produced by the Department for Children, Schools and Families, which is designed to increase understanding of a number of factors affecting pupil attainment at the end of Key Stage Four. The report uses data collected as part of the Longitudinal Study of Young People in England (LSYPE) project. The research explores if the LSYPE data can be usefully combined with National Pupil Database (NPD) data to provide enhanced information on attainment gaps between pupi
Winter Lecture Series - 2009: Gene-Genie - once out of the bottle, who should control our genes?
The leader of the Human Genome Research Project, the University of Otago’s Professor Mark Henaghan, looks at how far we should regulate, or if at all, to determine control of genetic testing – and is New Zealand law up to the task? Should we trust in parental choice to make the right decisions with the new technology? 2009 Winter Lecture Series
The Rights' Future
Conor Gearty joins invited guests to initiate The Rights' Future a collaborative writing project aimed at the production of a book to be launched at LSE's literary festival early in 2011. Starting this evening with his RIGHTS' MANIFESTO, Gearty will release a series of weekly essays onto the web which will probe the history of human rights, address their present state in the world and map out some of the possible futures that await this morally important but highly contested phrase.
Compression and Image Slicing
This project is about compressing and slicing images to make them the smallest possible file size so they can be viewed on the web. The learner is situated in a fictitious company (Arachnoid Web Services) having commenced work as a Junior Web Designer.
In this project the learner has to come up with a visual design for a website and build a complete prototype. The learner is situated in a fictitious company (Arachnoid Web Services) having commenced work as a Junior Web Designer.
Systems Testing for a website
The company you work for have expanded their operations to include web-hosting services. This project involves investigating systems testing tools and using these tools to ensure the web server/websites function as required. You are required to develop a test plan and prepare the test environment for testing the web server and individual websites. You then need to conduct testing of the individual and system components and analyse test results.
Basic HTML Programming
This project is to learn about the basic HTML tags and what they do. The learner is situated in a fictitious company (Arachnoid Web Services) having commenced work as a Junior Web Designer.
Develop a Storyboard
create two storyboards, one a commercial site for a small travel tour site (Project 1), the other a site for a non-profit organisation (Project 2)
Design effective instruction
For your project, we've had a request from Swish Solutions to develop a short sequence of instruction for them.
Promotion and Advertising
This activity describes a pratical multimedia project that involves image manipulation, sound editing and multimedia design and export. A local travel agency, Top Travel has asked us to produce a 30-second multimedia presentation for their web site promoting the various attractions on offer in this region.
Photos from the MoLeNET Conference 2010 Delegates at the MoLeNET conference 2010 at the QE2 Conference Centre, London. The conference featured project reports, practical workshops and social networking.
Delegates at the MoLeNET conference 2010 at the QE2 Conference Centre, London. The conference featured project reports, practical workshops and social networking.
All about oats Learning about Users from Observation Structures and materials : section 4 behaviour of materials : presentation transcript
The All about Oats website from the HGCA provides information for students and the general public on the nutritive values of oats, farm production and harvesting information, and links to other authoritative food and nutrition websites.
Many approaches and systems for recommending information, goods, or other kinds of objects have been developed in recent years. In these systems, machine learning methods are often used that need training input to acquire a user interest profile. Such methods typically need positive and negative evidence of the user’s interests. To obtain both kinds of evidence, many systems make users rate relevant objects explicitly. Others merely observe the user’s behavior, which yields positive evidence
This is a presentation transcript for Structures and Materials : Section 4 : behaviour of materials. It introduces the behaviour of materials by introducing the stress-strain curve. The concepts of elastic and plastic deformation are covered. This leads to a discussion of the micro-structure of materials and a physical explanation of what is happening to a polycrystalline material as it is loaded to failure. This open educational resource was released through the Higher Education Academy Engi
Learning about Users from Observation
Structures and materials : section 4 behaviour of materials : presentation transcript