Royal Botanical Gardens-Orchid Society: Growing Orchids
Hosted by the Orchid Society of Royal Botanical Gardens in Canada, this website features an introduction to growing orchids by Tony Capon of the Kingston Orchid Society. Accompanied by small, but beautiful images of orchids the article includes sections on Light, Water, Fertilizer, Temperature, and more. This site provides links to a nice site on the Native Orchids of Canada, and to information about the Orchid Society of Royal Botanical Gardens. A page of relevant links is offered as well.
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Internet Scout Project
The Natural Resources Conservation Service provides an array of materials to assist people with their understanding of soils. Through an online presentation, users can learn ten key points about soil characteristics and their importance. Teachers and students can find many fun activities including soil erosion and particle size demonstrations and soil songs. The website provides a great introduction to soil formation and classification. Those contemplating a career in soil science can discover t
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Sarn Gynfelyn from Aberystwyth
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Author(s): Rudi Winter

Mathematics for Computer Science
A basic introduction to Calculus and Linear Algebra. The goal is to make students mathematically literate in preparation for studying a scientific/engineering discipline. The first week covers differential calculus: graphing functions, limits, derivatives, and applying differentiation to real-world problems, such as maximization and rates of change. The second week covers integral calculus: sums, integration, areas under curves and computing volumes. This is not meant to be a comprehensive calcu
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Statistics
This course introduces students to the basic concepts, logic, and issues involved in statistical reasoning. Major topics include exploratory data analysis, an introduction to research methods, probability, and statistical inference. The objectives of this course are to give students confidence in manipulating and drawing conclusions from data and provide them with a critical framework for evaluating study designs and results. An important feature of the course is the use of an intelligent tutori
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Logic
Logic and Proofs is an introduction to modern symbolic logic. It provides a rigorous presentation of the syntax and semantics of sentential and predicate logic. However, the distinctive emphasis is on strategic argumentation. Students learn effective strategies for constructing natural deduction proofs. This learning is supported by the Carnegie Proof Lab: it provides a sophisticated interface, in which students can give arguments by strategically guided forward and backward steps.
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Doris Chase: Artist in Motion
In this 1991 program, the late Doris Chase discusses her work as a painter, sculpter, and video artist. Chase is best remembered as a pioneer in using computer imaging to manipulate video images to create dreamlike, colorful works. Examples of her work, including the acclaimed "Circles II" and snippets from the "By Herself: Table for One" series are shown, with artist commentary.
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L'idÃ©e que les mathÃ©matiques sont le langage naturel de la physique est devenue banale et semble claire. Elle peut toutefois s'interprÃ©ter d'au moins deux faÃ§ons, qui ne sont pas du tout Ã©quivalentes des points de vue Ã©pistÃ©mologique et philosophique :
- soit ce langage est pensÃ© comme Ã©tant celui de ...
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Chapter 19
The Entrepreneur's Options Table of Contents: 00:00 - Chapter 19 00:04 - Introduction 00:24 - Sole Proprietorships 01:03 - Agency Concepts and Partnership Law 01:49 - Uniform Partnership Act (UPA) 02:08 - Rights and Duties of Partners 03:07 - Property Rights of Partners 03:56 - Partnership Operation 04:54 - Limited Liability Partnerships 05:20 - Liability in a LLP 06:19 - Limited Partnerships 06:59 - Liability in Limited Partnerships 07:20 - Corporations 07:55 - Limited Liability Companies
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Presenting and interpretting Meta-analysis
How to present and interpret the results of a meta-analysis using forest plots.
Author(s): Jo Leonardi-Bee

Informed Consent
An RLO that explains why consent is required in a treatment setting. It describes levels of consent, the need for informed consent and the history of informed consent.
Author(s): C. Alberg

Basic referencing using modified Harvard
Introduction to the modified Harvard style of literature referencing, incorporating an interactive referencing tool for students.
Author(s): Richard Windle

Gateways to Health
A suite of decision based RLOs that cover health related topics
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Morton Letter to Andrew Johnson, 1865 (page 5)
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have uttered no word against it, but
after the cases were allowed to linger
until a great and happy change has
taken place in our National circumstances. I
beleive the change in the mode of punish=
ment which I have suggested will meet
with general acquiescence, On on the
part of those who are most determined
in their opinions; that that it is necessa-
ry to punish treason as a crime and
make it [Odiens?] I have the honor to be
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Referencing Websites
An interactive tutorial on how to reference websites. It begins with an example, and interactively draws the student through the stages of accessing the relevant information.
Author(s): Debbie Holley

Letters Concerning the Release of Henry McLaughlin, Prisoner of War on Johnson Island, 1865
These letters show how Susan Brown was able to secure the release of her brother, Henry McLaughlin, from prison at Johnson Island near Sandusky, Ohio. Susan receives a letter from E. A. Sconill at the prison where her brother is being held stating that Henry wishes to take the oath of allegiance but that Sconill does not have the authority to release him. Susan then secures a letter of introduction to President Lincoln from Indiana Governor Oliver Morton. A later letter to the editor of the Nati
Author(s): Morton, Oliver P. (Oliver Perry), 1823-1877; Sconi

Probability and inferential statistics
An introduction to probability and the probability of sample errors affecting research results
Author(s): David Justham

Morton Letter, 1865 (page 2)