9. Dealing with Data: User Defaults, SQLite, Web Services (April 29, 2009)
Software engineering, application development, programming language, iPhone operating system, OS, objective c, cocoa touch, SDK, object oriented design, Apple, Macintosh, Xcode, lifecycle, controller, GUI, interface builder, UIKit, local database, remote,
11. Text Input and Presenting Content Modally (February 9, 2010)
Software engineering, application development, programming language, computer science, iPhone operating system, OS 3.2, iPad, core data, memory loading, resource, method naming, object ownership, concurrency, threading, virtual keyboard, text input, multi
11 - Slavery and State Rights, Economies and Ways of Life: What Caused the Civil War?
Professor Blight begins this lecture with an attempt to answer the question "why did the South secede in 1861?" Blight offers five possible answers to this question: preservation of slavery, "the fear thesis," southern nationalism, the "agrarian thesis," and the "honor thesis." After laying out the roots of secession, Blight focuses on the historical profession, suggesting some of the ways in which historians have attempted to explain the coming of the Civil War. Blight begins with James Ford Rh
Blackboard 9 - Institutional Content
Adding content to institutional folders in the new version of Blackboard.
Review of A-level Chemistry content 2010
Review of A-level Chemistry content 2010 - David Read Keywords:UNSPECIFIED
The ‘H’ Factor: Championing the User - Professor Andrée Woodcock
Andrée Woodcock is Professor of Educational Ergonomics and Design in Coventry University's School of Art and Design. She is currently director of the Design 8 Ergonomics Applied Research Group (DEarg). Her work has covered a range of areas related to putting the 'human' back into the design process. This includes working in areas as diverse as Car Design, inclusivity, gender, building design issues and much more. In this lecture, Professor Woodcock discusses the importance of championing the
User Interface II (Alan Kay) - Brian Harvey, Berkeley Computer Science
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User Interface I (Alan Kay) - Brian Harvey, Berkeley Computer Science
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An Investigation of the Pedagogical and Economic Effectiveness of Sharable Content Objects, Using St
These SCOs address the knowledge and skills needed to effectively teach online.
IBC 2010: Monetizing Content in a Social Media World
Please check out Monetizing Content in a Social Media World which was presented by Cisco’s Scott Brown, Director of Consumer Marketing Solutions Group, at IBC in Amsterdam on September 9th, 2010.
Using course podcasts to deliver content and assess student learning
Dr. Kao teaches both graduate and undergraduate classes in mechanical engineering in sizes of 20-60 students. He records a significant amount of his course material and posts it on a video podcast server. As he encounters frequently asked questions from the students he records and publishes a podcast updates to address the questions online. This reduces the need for students to wait until the next available office hours for assistance. Dr. Kao uses portions of the videos during class to chan
Intelligent User Experience Engineering
The course Intelligent User eXperience Engineering (IUXE) is given for the master programme 'Media and Knowledge Engineering' and for students from other master programmes. The aim is to achieve an understanding and practical experience of key principles, methods and theories in the area of intelligent user experience engineering. Study Goals: Knowledge of a basic, coherent approach for developing software systems in such a way that the systems' users can accomplish their goals effectively and e
Dental Care in an injection drug user
A scenario-based teaching aid describing best practice when dealing with an IV drug user during dental treatment. The unit describes how to deal with potential infections, and the necessary steps to be taken to reduce the risk of acquiring infection from this patient.
Open eLearning Content
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SRXIND003A: Apply Sport and Recreation Law: Course Content
Course content. This is the course content component of SRXIND003A: Apply Sport and Recreation Law. The course content and learners resource can be accessed through the learning object SRXIND003A: Apply Sport and Recreation Law.The course has been designed primarily to guide you on how and where to find information about law applicable to the sport and recreation industry. This is achieved through interactive activities. To complete this unit, you will need to demonstrate that you are able to i
SRXIND005A: Promote compliance with laws and legal principles: Course content
Course content. This resource forms the course content for the unit of competency, SRXIND005A: Promote Compliance with Laws and Legal Principles. It is part of the National Community Recreation, Fitness, Outdoor Recreation and Sport Industry Training Package. The resource primarily consists of guidance to the learner on how and where to find information and giving them tasks to apply the information. This is achieved by introducing various aspects of the law via a simulated dialogue with a "me
Keeping content alive, from cradle to grave
By now we all know that the web is not a publi cation — that it’s a living, evolving thing. But a lot of content I see still appears to be ‘published’ once and then left alone. This talk is about what happens after content is published. We’ll talk about how to: decide what to create in the first place (and what the best format is) identify which content types need to be left alone, and which need to be looked after revive existing content and give it a second wind check your content
European Commission-Content and Language Integrated Learning
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Rapid Application Development - Object concepts revisited, Classes and User Controls, RAD methodolog
This task guide forms part of the "Object concepts revisited, Classes and User Controls, RAD methodologies and Development" topic in the Rapid Application Development module.
Introduction to Regional and Local Economics, reviewing fundamental questions concerning the study o
Lecture slides supporting RELOCE (Regional and Local Economics), an economics module taught by Dave Clark of the University of Portsmouth in 2010.