Nottingham U-Now
University of Nottingham, Build Environment resources
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Distributed Internet-based Performance Support Environment for Individualized Learning (DIPSEIL) –
Distributed Internet-based Performance Support Environment for Individualized Learning (DIPSEIL) is a project to define, develop and test a distributed system for individualized learning and the underlying pedagogical procedures to implement, facilitate and promote performance-centered learning experiences in the context of international university education. Using DIPSEIL Model we have developed the first prototype of DIPSEIL with two main characteristics: Distribution and Individualization. Di
Author(s): Mileva Nevena,Tokmakov Dimitar,Milev Mihail

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How Your Brain Understands What Your Ear Hears
This activity helps students learn how audio and visual cues can help communication, how loudness is measured, how changes in the hearing pathway may affect hearing, and how to prevent hearing loss. Animations (under student activities) show an ear hearing the Gettysburg Address in 5 languages, a graphic display of pitch and volume, and how sounds are converted into electrical impulses and sent to the brain.
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Musical Games (Part 2)
Musical games for children at all levels in which they learn how to keep a pulse and to make weather sounds.
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Exploring Sounds 1
Children produce sounds from objects in their environment, they listen to the sounds produced by the other children, learn how to vary the sounds, how to classify them and perform music with them. The idea of a 'Conductor' is introduced.
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The Economic Return to Education
Dr Matt Dickson, CMPO Research Associate and host of the recent CMPO conference "The Economic Return to Education", talks with Romesh Vaitilingham on what determines the return to education.
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1 Learning to learn
How do we learn? Understanding ‘how’ is the key to learning more effectively. This unit looks at the three main categories of theories: the acquisitive, constructivist and experiential models of learning. There is no right way to learn but developing an active approach will ensure that you are open to new ideas.
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2.3 Choosing your voice: exercise
In this unit we will consider how language can be used in different ways for different purposes. To do this we will use the theme of memorial and commemoration. In the first section we briefly discuss the life of the poet Siegfried Sassoon before examining both his poetry and prose. Through this we will see how he conveys meaning in different ways for different audiences using different forms. Following this we discuss more generally how different meanings can be conveyed using prose and poetic
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1.2 From private trouble to public issue: the emergence of negative equity

In the housing market, owner-occupiers have occasionally sold their property at a price below that which they paid for it. In the early 1990s, large numbers of property owners in the UK (and particularly in south-east England) found that the market value of their houses and flats had fallen below the original purchase price. A private trouble emerged as a public issue. It was named, and became the problem of ‘negative equity’. This was identified as a widespread problem rather than a
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Hidden Line Elimination in Projected Grid Surfaces
The hidden line and hidden surface problems are simpler when restricted to special classes of objects. An example is the class of grid surfaces, that is, graphs of bivariate functions represented by their values on a set of grid points. Projected grid surfaces have geometric properties which permit hidden line or hidden surface elimination to be done more easily than in the general case. These properties are discussed in this paper, and an algorithm is given which exploits them
Author(s): Anderson, David P.

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Lesson 02 - One Minute Romanian
In lesson 2 of One Minute Romanian you will learn a few more useful words in Romanian which you'll use every day. Remember - even a few phrases of a language can help you make friends and enjoy travel more. Find out more about One Minute Romanian at our website - http://www.oneminutelanguages.com. One Minute Romanian is brought to you by the Radio Lingua Network and is ©Copyright 2008.Author(s): No creator set

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The listening room and stairwell (untitled) within the exhibition Sounding Spaces, ICC, Tokyo
There are two installations in ICC, both in non-gallery spaces, the Lounge area and Stairwell. The basic technology consists of a system of microphone, noise gate, amplifier and speakers in the room, arranged in such a way that when the microphone and loudspeaker begin to feed back the amplitude of the sound causes the noise gate to cut off the signal. The feedback notes resonate through the space accentuated by the reverberation time of the space. As the sound falls below the threshold of t
Author(s): Cunningham, David

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CAD Creativeness
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Author(s): Asanowicz, Aleksander and Sawicky, Bogumil (Eds.)

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Why Is Research Important?
OpenStax College
By the end of this section, you will be able to: Explain how scientific research addresses questions about behavior Discuss how scientific research guides public […]

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REC100 Fall 2010 Session 11
REC100 Dimensions of Leisure Session Eleven 11/24/10 Mary Lou Cappel Guest: Katherine Nilbrink, Whole Foods
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OSU Trivia Game Question 4
This is one part of the Oregon State University Trivia Game. To play along you just have to click the answer you think is correct. You have two minutes and thirty seconds to answer each question. Click here to start the game over http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-2X_DDS9AI
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OSU Trivia Game Question 4a
This is one part of the Oregon State University Trivia Game. To play along you just have to click the answer you think is correct. You have two minutes and thirty seconds to answer each question. Click here to start the game over http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-2X_DDS9AI
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OSU Trivia Game Bonus Round
Thanks a lot for playing the OSU Trivia Game. To get a free t-shirt all you have to do is upload a video response or comment on this video with a link to your response. Click here to start the game over http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-2X_DDS9AI
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