Quality Improvement in the Workplace: Study Guide
Study Guide. The learning outcomes for this unit are: Explain team-based quality improvement models; Identify and apply quality improvement tools; Describe the use and methods for team-based approaches to quality improvement; Apply quality improvement tools and techniques in a team-based improvement project;
City College Plymouth Business Diploma students radio interview This is the first section of a radio interview and it relates to students on a 14-19 Diploma in Business Administration and Finance course talking about their development of a business idea. This links to Moleshare and the case study materials available at http://www.moleshare.org.uk/case_studies.asp?ID=86 .
This is the first section of a radio interview and it relates to students on a 14-19 Diploma in Business Administration and Finance course talking about their development of a business idea. This links to Moleshare and the case study materials available at http://www.moleshare.org.uk/case_studies.asp?ID=86 .
Rare Geese at Shuttleworth College (Egyptian Geese) These geese were donated to the college animal centre for students to study gosling development and behavioural development.
These geese were donated to the college animal centre for students to study gosling development and behavioural development.
Modern Aviary Enclosure (Shuttleworth College) Modern Aviary Enclosure presentation produced by a Level 3 National Award in Animal Management (evening student)
Modern Aviary Enclosure presentation produced by a Level 3 National Award in Animal Management (evening student)
The amazing unusual Jungle Nymph (Phasmid) These insects (Phasmids) are awesome! They are known as the heaviest stick insects in the world, they are relatively sort lived and make very interesting captive animals to study.
These insects (Phasmids) are awesome! They are known as the heaviest stick insects in the world, they are relatively sort lived and make very interesting captive animals to study.
Indoor Hippo Viewing Enclosure The viewing of a Hippopotamus in Disney's Animal Kingdom USA! A modern enclosure to enable all-round viewing...!
The viewing of a Hippopotamus in Disney's Animal Kingdom USA! A modern enclosure to enable all-round viewing...!
QR Code Treasure Hunt - Aylesbury College Case Study
This video is to accompany a case study on a Technology Treasure Hunt using QR Codes, a CPD activity with staff at Aylesbury College. The focus of the activity was to enthuse staff in the use of mobile technology and give them ideas how they could use the devices with their students.
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
2.6 Pressure variations in one place
Whether you're a professional musician, play music with your friends on the weekends or just like to listen to CDs, music technology affects your life. In this unit, you will learn some of the basics of music technology, starting with what sound is, how it is created and how it travels.
Art a GoGo Podcast #12 - AAG on Tour in Glasgow, Scotland!
Art a GoGo on Tour in Glasgow, Scotland! Glasgow Soundseeing Tour, including: Burrell Collection, Charles Rennie Mackintosh and The Glasgow School of Art, Gallery of Modern Art, Grayson Perry and Barbara Kruger. Please visit our blog at www.artagogo.com/blog for full show notes and links that we discuss during the show. Thanks for listening! Kathleen & Doug
Menand on Psychiatry
Louis Menand of Harvard University talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the state of psychiatry. Drawing on a recent article of his in the New Yorker, Menand talks about the state of knowledge in psychiatry and the scientific basis for making conclusions about mental illness and various therapies. Menand argues that the research record shows little difference between the effectiveness of psychopharmacology and talk therapies of various kinds in fighting depression. Neither is particularly
Kling on Knowledge, Power, and Unchecked and Unbalanced
Arnold Kling of EconLog and author of Unchecked and Unbalanced, talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the book and the relationship between knowledge and power. In a modern economy, specialization has increased and knowledge is increasingly dispersed. But political power has become more concentrated and fails to exploit the potential for decentralization. Kling discusses these trends and the potential for decentralization of power under different policies.
Capitalism: can it ever be moral?
Is it possible – or desirable – to reform capitalism so that it behaves better? A panel of speakers discuss the issues raised in Larry Elliot's new book Crisis and Recovery: ethics, economics and justice| (cowritten with Rowan Williams). Larry Elliott is the economics editor of The Guardian. Jon Cruddas is the Member of Parliament for Dagenham and Rainham. Professor Chandran Kukathas holds the chair of Political Theory in the Department of Government at LSE. He is the author of The Liberal A
Science In Focus: Energy
Interview with Dr. Sallie Baliunas about forms of energy including springs and magnets.,Dr. Sallie Baliunas explains the energy transfers that occur when she pushes down on a spring and then releases it. She explains that she adds potential energy to the spring when she pushes it down, energy that is bound up in the coils. When she releases the spring, the potential energy becomes energy of motion. Some potential energy is used to move air molecules, producing sound, and some is lost to heat
Learning about Users from Observation
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
21L.422 Tragedy (MIT)
"Tragedy" is a name originally applied to a particular kind of dramatic art and subsequently to other literary forms; it has also been applied to particular events, often implying thereby a particular view of life. Throughout the history of Western literature it has sustained this double reference. Uniquely and insistently, the realm of the tragic encompasses both literature and life.Through careful, critical reading of literary texts, this subject will examine three aspects of the tra
Electronic Case File (Windows version)
The eCase file program is an electronic log book to organize and record findings in a scientific investigation or case study, with linked sections on locations, people, items, tests etc. All inputs are automatically date/time stamped (to preserve integrity, the user cannot change these). The facility to Save as… RTF is also provided.
Virtual field trip
An interactive map containing computer generated 3D views of the Bowscale and Bannerdale area overlain with geology, and also alternative map data layers for the two study site is available via the 'Virtual Tour' icon on the computer desktops.
Mandarin stage 1 semester B
This module is aimed at beginners in Mandarin Chinese in semester B (after 11 weeks of study) and allows the student to practice listening and reading skills, as well as practice in grammar. The transcript reader of the listening exercises allows students to identify words/passages they find difficult to understand.