Virtual World Irate Customer Retail Sales Training Demo
This is a virtual world video that illustrates how virtual worlds can be used in training, in this case a retail salesperson encounters an irate customer and does not handle it well.
Using simulation technology to create real world experiences.
Dr. Gallagher uses a sophisticated medical mannequin to train residency students how to treat patients in emergency situations. The mannequin exhibits most of the physiological properties of a real patient such as respiration, heart beat and blood pressure. Injuries can be simulated and medication administered to the mannequin. These highly realistic situations lead to a high degree of student learning and retention. Students also work with actors to simulate emotional situations and doctor
Making learning relevant to the real world and teaching the whole student.
Dr Ferguson discusses the importance of making connections with and between his students to help them succeed in his courses. He encourages them to be reflective about their own and other student’s responses to questions. One of his favorite methods of teaching novices is to model the process of expert problem solving in the classroom while vocalizing about the thought process as he does so. He is willing to divert planned classroom activities in lieu of getting students to think about the
Real world problem based learning and the use of simulations
Michael incorporates real problems from the business world into his courses. He contacts former students, potential and current employers to get these problems. In the interview Michael defines the characteristics of good problems for use in a course. He uses Facebook to maintain connections with graduates and invite former students to give guest lectures. Students work in teams sharing laptops within the classroom. They develop individual solutions that are then combined into a group solut
Fighting to Bring Literacy to the World
http://fightingfor.nd.edu/literacy/ Established by two Notre Dame undergraduates with the help of seed money from the University's Social Venture Plan Competition, Better World Books has sold more than 30 million unwanted, used books and contributed over $8 million for literacy initiatives in the United States and around the world.
Financial Assistance Assistance Services: Verification
http://www.youtube.com/user/StPetersburgCollege Financial assistance is offered based upon financial need as determined by the federal governments system of need analysis. There is also financial assistance available to those that do not have need according to federal guidelines but that require assistance in paying for college costs. This aid is primarily in the form of low interest loans. What is Financial Need? According to federal guidelines, financial need is based on the following equ
world maker faire NYC 2010: bike-scratcher
DIY hip hop with a bike wheel, tape recorder, and awesome guy who can beatbox.
world maker faire NYC 2010: giant tesla death-coils of arc attack
singing tesla coil concert by ArcAttack! at MFNYC 2010. see http://www.arcattack.com/
Valparaiso University TubaChristmas 2010
Video from the TubaChristmas concert on Sunday, Dec. 5, 2010, at Valparaiso University's Chapel of the Resurrection.
Around the World - Quiz
Pupils will answer questions on countries based on culture, food, location, features and cities.
Staying Power: Six Enduring Principles for Managing Strategy & Innovation in an Uncertain World
This is an overview of Professor Cusumano's new book Staying Power: Six Enduring Principles for Managing Strategy and Innovation in an Uncertain World|, prepared for the 2009 Oxford Clarendon Lectures in Management Studies. The focus is on how managers can tackle the simultaneous challenge of "innovation and commoditization" in markets often subject to unpredictable change and disruption. Professor Cusumano positions each principle against other concepts associated with 'best practices' and comp
The First World War: The Central Powers 5.4 The medical chemistry strategy 4.7 Safety assessment today World Population Sociology: Understanding and Changing the Social World, Brief Edition Biodiversity Consortium Kruger World 1 Raw Data Kruger World Kruger World 3 : Overview Kruger World 4 : Mammals
The First World War: The Central Powers. Part of a two-part presentation by Professor John Gooch, University of Leeds, for The History Faculty: www.thehistoryfaculty.com.
History as written and presented by current historians. Visit thehistoryfaculty.com for free downloads and more information.
The search for new medicinal products is one of the major driving forces behind the development and application of new synthetic methods. This unit focuses on a specific case study, which follows the development of a drug for the treatment of high blood pressure. It is a particularly good example of the application of organic chemistry in the pharmaceutical industry, and illustrates the scientific processes that are involved in the development of any new drug.
The genetic manipulation of plants and animals and their use in agriculture is one of the most controversial scientific developments of recent times. This unt takes a look at the 'science behind the headlines' and the complex interactions between scientific and social factors. By the end of the unit it's hoped that you will have a clearer idea of both what is GM makes possible as well as what may be thought desirable.
In this activity, students access and visualize world population data using the user friendly MyWorld GIS software. Data includes total population, population density, projected population, male and female population, and age specific population, etc. On this Starting Point page, users can access information ...
According to the website, "It is no accident that many sociology instructors and students are first drawn to sociology because they want to learn a body of knowledge that could help them make a difference in the world at large. Steve Barkan’s Sociology: Understanding and Changing the Social World is designed for this audience. It presents a sociological understanding of society but also a sociological perspective on how to change society, while maintaining the structure and contents of the bes
Raw census data from the Biodiversity Consortium Courseware Unit 'Kruger World', with additional information on the sampling methods used to census the ungulates of Kruger National Park. Also covers some background information on indices and models. Should be used in conjunction with 'Measuring Ecological Diversity'.
Complete version: This Biodiversity Consortium courseware 'World' unit uses the large ungulates in the Kruger National Park as a basis for exploring various aspects of species diversity. You can interactively sample various habitats in the Kruger National Park, and obtain counts of the different ungulates present. These data can then be used to plot a variety of different diversity indices and abundance models. Full instructions for this sampling program are available in the courseware unit
This package provides background information to the Kruger National Park in terms of its ecology. This could then be used either in conjunction with a fieldguide on Kruger's wildlife or could be used as a partner to a course on Kruger's botanical wealth.
This package looks at the large mammals to be found in the Kruger National Park - in particular, the large ungulates occurring within the park. It explores their basic ecology and provides a set of questions that the student must find the answer to by looking through the course materials and exploring the web.
5.4 The medical chemistry strategy
4.7 Safety assessment today
Sociology: Understanding and Changing the Social World, Brief Edition
Biodiversity Consortium Kruger World 1 Raw Data
Kruger World 3 : Overview
Kruger World 4 : Mammals