Author: C. Edward Watson
Release Date: 2017-10-03
This book provides classroom practice and research studies that verify Reacting to the Past (RTTP)—a student-centered, active learning pedagogy that provides college students and faculty unique teaching and learning opportunities—as a high impact practice for student learning and engagement. The overarching objective of this book is to collect practices and evidence from multiple disciplines and institution types regarding the efficacy of RTTP in higher education classroom settings. At its core, RTTP is a game-based pedagogy with published games on some of the most conflicted moments of human history. While RTTP is deeply grounded in theory and literature that suggests its approaches can be impactful, deep and broad examinations of RTTP pedagogies in a range of course settings have not been extensively performed until now. This book provides guidance and an evidence-base on which to build RTTP practices.
Author: Chris D. Geddes
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date: 2010-01-09
This volume serves as a comprehensive collection of current trends and emerging hot topics in the field of fluorescence spectroscopy. It summarizes the year’s progress in fluorescence and its applications as well as includes authoritative analytical reviews.
Author: Simon Cohen
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2016-06-15
Genre: Technology & Engineering
Transport systems are facing an impossible dilemma: satisfy an increasing demand for mobility of people and goods, while decreasing their fossil-energy requirements and preserving the environment. Additionally, transport has an opportunity to evolve in a changing world, with new services, technologies but also new requirements (fast delivery, reliability, improved accessibility). The subject of traffic is organized into two separate but complementary volumes: Volume 3 on Traffic Management and Volume 4 on Traffic Safety. Traffic Management, Volume 3 of the ‘Research for Innovative Transports’ Set, presents a collection of updated papers from the TRA 2014 Conference, highlighting the diversity of research in this field. Theoretical chapters and practical case studies address topics such as cooperative systems, the global approach in modeling, road and railway traffic management, information systems and impact assessment.
Author: John Hilton III
Release Date: 2018-03-19
This edited collection helps those teaching religion in higher education utilize technology to increase student learning both inside and outside of the classroom. Recent times have seen major technological shifts that have important implications for how religion is taught at a post-secondary level. Providing multiple perspectives on a range of topics—including social media use and interactive classroom learning —this book presents a series of original case studies and insights on how technology can be used in religion classes in higher education to improve student learning.
This book analyzes each major reform--No Child Left Behind, Common Core State Standards, grading schools, evaluating teachers, failing students, vouchers, charters, online virtual charters-- and finds them seriously wanting. We conclude with reforms that work actually helping teachers, kids, parents and communities.
MAKE THE MOST OF THE WORLD’S HOTTEST NEW BROWSER, GOOGLE CHROME! Finally, there’s a web browser for today’s Internet, and today’s user: you! It’s Chrome. (From Google—of course!) Now, there’s a book that reveals how you can use all of Google Chrome’s built-in power and speed—and extend Chrome to do even more! Jerri Ledford and Yvette Davis start with a quick, practical tour of Google Chrome’s stripped-down, hot-rod interface —including its do-everything, know-everything Omnibox. You’ll be using Chrome like a pro in minutes, but that’s just the beginning. You won’t just learn how to customize Chrome: You’ll dive under the hood, tweak its code, and transform it into the browser of your dreams. Bottom line: If Google Chrome can do it, this book will help you do it smarter, faster, better! Covers all this, and more... • Improving life on the Web: what’s new and different about Chrome, and why you care • Getting from Chrome newbie to power user—fast! • Browsing more safely in the Web jungle • Spit-shining Chrome: making a good-looking browser look spectacular • Optimizing your own web site to make the most of Google Chrome • Tweaking tabs, and more: customizing Chrome to your heart’s content • Saving time with Google Chrome keyboard shortcuts • Troubleshooting problems with Google Chrome, step-by-step • Learning about Chromium (the foundation on which Google Chrome is built) and its components, WebKit, WebKit Core, WebKit Port, and WebKit Glue.
Author: Alfred J. Watkins
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Release Date: 2008
Even a subsistence agricultural economy such as Rwanda needs to develop science, technology and innovation (STI) capacity if it hopes to solve such everyday, practical problems as providing energy and clean drinking water to rural villages, and competing in the global economy by producing and selling higher value goods and services. This book provides new insights into the capacity building process and shows that STI capacity building is not a luxury activity suitable primarily for wealthy countries but an absolute necessity for poor countries that hope to become richer.
Author: Christina Malmberg Calvo
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Release Date: 1998-01-01
Genre: Business & Economics
World Bank Technical Paper No. 409. In developing and transition economies, 60 to 80 percent of all passenger and freight transport moves by road-the main form of access for most rural communities. Yet most of the 11 million kilometers of roads in these economies are badly maintained and poorly managed. This paper discusses one of the most effective ways to promote sound policies for managing and financing road networks--commercialization. It discusses the emerging central concept of bringing roads into the marketplace, putting them on a fee-for-service basis, and managing them like a business.
Author: Alexander Linder
Release Date: 2005-04-28
Genre: Business & Economics
Alexander Linder zeigt, dass erfolgreiches, aussagekräftiges Web Mining nicht immer auf multivariaten Analysemethoden beruht. Durch die Erkenntnisse deskriptiver Statistiken, angereichert mit Zusatzinformationen, lassen sich die zentralen Fragen beantworten: Wer ist der Kunde und was will er? Er entwickelt Lösungsansätze zum Umgang mit Datenschutzaspekten und technischen Restriktionen des Internets und zeigt, welches Potenzial multivariate Verfahren für das Web Mining bieten und dass sich die klassische lineare Regressionsanalyse hierfür nicht eignet.