Mini project : internet security mechanisms - application of a fingerprint reader in Windows using J
This is a Mini Project presentation about internet security mechanisms. It is part of the 2009/10 BSc in Internet Technology and E-Commerce (course number 2ELE0076) from the University of Hertfordshire. All the mini projects are designed as level two modules of the undergraduate programmes. This project requires an understanding of a medium complexity Java API. The student will be expected to develop code that will automatically show the corresponding photograph of an individual. The project
TALAT Lecture 5102: Reactivity of the Aluminium Surface in Aqueous Solutions
This lecture provides better understanding of the electrochemistry of aluminium; it gives an introduction to the other lectures. Some knowledge in aluminium metallurgy, simple chemistry (thermodynamics and kinetics), electricity and general electrochemistry is assumed.
E-moderation strategies in educational contexts
This PowerPoint lecture, narrated by Professor Gilly Salmon, consists of 29 slides outlining e-moderating strategies in educational contexts centred around the 5-stage model. It also touches upon the use of e-tivities (length 21:30).
University of Nottingham, Community Health Science resources
Material & Space: Synthesis Strategies based on Evolutionary Developmental Biology
A material system can be defined as a set of self-organized materials, defining a certain spatial arrangement. In architecture, this material arrangement acts as a threshold for space, though space often only appears as a by-product of the material organization. Treating space as a resulting, therefore secondary, independent product minimizes the capacity to generate architecture that is astutely aware of concerns of functionality, environment and energy. An effective arrangement of material can
Attributes and Scopes
Video lecture from a series on Internet Applications delivered by Graham Mansfield. Running time approximately 34 minutes.
Introduction to Prehistory in Britain
The course will start with an introduction to Archaeology, and in particular contemporary perceptions of Prehistory and how archaeology attempts to make sense of the past, of how people lived, worked and died in a period of time for which we have no written records or maps to help our understanding of these communities. The course starts when Britain finally became free of ice around 9500BC and the accepted start of the Mesolithic in Britain. At that time people were living a fairly nomadic
Flood Basalt Eruptions Reading List
Flood Basalt Eruptions - Reading List - Part Two of Atmospheric and Climatic Effects of Volcanic Activity
Exercise: Magma Volume and Sulphur Gas Release of the 1815 Tambora Eruption
Student Exercise: Calculating the Magma Volume and Sulphur Gas Release of the 1815 Tambora Eruption using the Petrological Method - Atmospheric and Climatic Effects of Volcanic Activity
The Evolution of the Euopean Single market - Application to the EU including discussion of trade cre
Lecture slides for a first year economics course on European economic issues as taught by Cillian Ryan at the University of Birmingham in 2009/10.
Virtual Maths - 3D shapes, diagram, area, volume
Diagram of 3D shapes with formula for calculating area (and volume)
Virtual Maths - Numbers, Geometry 3D shapes
Diagrams and forumulas for calculating area and volume of 3D shapes cube, cuboid, cylinder, sphere, hemisphere, triangular prism, frustrum, cone, pyramid
A series of resources and connected activities delving into the topic of newspaper journalism. Includes the ‘virtual newsstand’, an exercise in understanding the diverse nature of some of Britain’s many newspaper publications; 'Maddie and the Media' which explores the extent to which a single newspaper article can create ripples throughout
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
Marine Climate Change Impacts Partnership Restituci?n perspectiva mediante el uso de herramientas digitales para la confecci?n deuna base de d Service Engineering Laboratory You've Got to See It to Believe It! J. D. Salinger’s Characters as Existential Heroes: Encountering 1950s America
The United Kingdom Marine Climate Change Impacts Partnership (MCCIP) aims to coordinate research, evidence and policy advice on the impact of climate change on the marine environment. Its website lists partner organisations, scientists and government agencies
The work is developed applying the perspective restitution method, based on the photographic survey of buildings. It researches the accuracy selection of the instruments, that should be effective, easy to manage, low cost and it allow fast results so as to let us compile a digital graphic data bases of the chosen works. The aim of the project is to elaborate graphic documents not only from the paradigmatic works but also from domestic architecture, so important in the consolidation of city. The
The aim of the Service Engineering Laboratory is to explore the concepts of network based services by carrying out practical laboratory work that allows deeper understanding of the requirements and best practices for network services. Students will carry out practical work on protocols and service provision in wireless networks.
Students develop an understanding of visible air pollutants with an incomplete combustion demonstration, a "smog in a jar" demonstration, building simple particulate matter collectors, and exploration of engineering roles related to air pollution. In an associated literacy activity, students learn basic marketing concepts and techniques, and the principles of comparative analysis, while creating an advertisement for a hybrid vehicle. Note: You may want to set up the activities for Air Pollution
This dissertation will analyze Salinger’s three main protagonists, Holden Caulfield, Sergeant X, and Seymour Glass, who could not endure the pain of living a spiritual life in America and achieved symbolic or physical death at the end of their stories. It will challenge existential critic William Wiegand, who uses Kierkegaard’s concept of “Angst.” This dissertation acknowledges Wiegand’s use of the concept of “Angst,” but it opposes his conclusion because it is not acceptable from
Restituci?n perspectiva mediante el uso de herramientas digitales para la confecci?n deuna base de d
Service Engineering Laboratory
You've Got to See It to Believe It!
J. D. Salinger’s Characters as Existential Heroes: Encountering 1950s America