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Criação, implementação e avaliação de um recurso didático multimídia como suporte para o ensino presencial de fisioterapia respiratória; Development and evaluation of a multimedia on-line tool for teaching respiratory therapy

Berto, Cibele Cristine de Oliveira
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 28/09/2006 PT
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As novas tecnologias da informação têm sido amplamente utilizadas no ensino em saúde. No entanto, não há relatos do uso desses recursos no ensino em fisioterapia respiratória. Os objetivos foram: criar um material didático para o ensino de manobras de higiene brônquica (MHB), manobras de reexpansão pulmonar (MRP) e oxigenioterapia (OT), disponibilizá-lo na Web e avaliar o aprendizado dos alunos que o utilizaram. O material elaborado foi dividido em três partes: 1) princípios fisiológicos, 2) fisiopatologia e 3) MHB, MRP ou OT. Cada parte foi composta de conteúdo teórico e/ou recursos audiovisuais desenvolvidos especificamente para o ensino dos temas MHB, MRP e OT. O material foi desenvolvido e implementado didaticamente em páginas eletrônicas utilizando-se vídeos, fotos e uma apostila resumindo as evidências da literatura sobre os temas selecionados. Para testar o material foram convidados 50 alunos de duas instituições de ensino superior de fisioterapia (IES-A e IES-B), dos quais 38 aceitaram participar (22 da IES-A; 16 da IES-B). Os alunos realizaram um teste e depois foram, aleatoriamente, divididos em dois grupos (controle, CL e on-line, OL). O grupo OL teve 15 dias de acesso ao material e os dois grupos repetiram o teste 15 dias após o término do período de acesso. O teste foi composto por questões elaboradas por fisioterapeutas chefes de grandes hospitais de São Paulo que não tiveram acesso ao material. Os alunos da IES-A obtiveram melhor nota no 1o teste em relação aos alunos da IES-B. O grupo OL da IES-B obteve maior nota no 2o teste...

Desenvolvimento e avaliação de objeto virtual de aprendizagem interativo sobre o raciocínio diagnóstico em enfermagem aplicado ao recém-nascido pré-termo; Development and evaluation of an interactive virtual learning object about diagnostic reasoning in nursing applied to preterm newborns.

Góes, Fernanda dos Santos Nogueira de
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 01/07/2010 PT
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No planejamento da assistência de enfermagem, uma das etapas fundamentais é a elaboração do diagnóstico de enfermagem, temática complexa e pouco explorada na área de Enfermagem Neonatal. Vislumbrando o potencial de uso da informática no ensino e na educação permanente em enfermagem, motivou-se realizar o presente estudo com o objetivo de desenvolver e avaliar um objeto virtual de aprendizagem interativo sobre o raciocínio diagnóstico em enfermagem aplicado ao recém-nascido pré-termo em unidade de cuidado intermediário neonatal. Trata-se de estudo descritivo que utilizou o referencial pedagógico da problematização e da instrução assistida por computador, a metodologia de desenvolvimento de software de Bernardo e o modelo de raciocínio de Risner para elaboração do diagnóstico de enfermagem, segundo taxonomia da NANDA-I. As simulações para ensino e exercícios de aprendizagem sobre o raciocínio diagnóstico em enfermagem incluíram casos reais de recém-nascidos pré-termo, adaptados, elaborados a partir de referencial para desenvolvimento de casos clínicos com finalidade educacional e organizados segundo as necessidades humanas básicas, os quais foram validados por cinco enfermeiros docentes experts em enfermagem neonatal e raciocínio diagnóstico. Para criação do software utilizou-se a ferramenta de autoria de multimídia Macromedia Authorware®...

Efficacy of MedMyst: an Internet Teaching Tool for Middle School Microbiology

MILLER, LESLIE M.; MORENO, JANETTE; ESTRERA, VICKY; LANE, DAVID
Fonte: American Society of Microbiology Publicador: American Society of Microbiology
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /05/2004 EN
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Can web-based technology be used to effectively introduce or reinforce aspects of microbiology to middle school students? This central hypothesis examines whether brief exposure to a web adventure format containing virtual lab experiments and computer games within an engaging story line can impact student learning. An episodic adventure series, MedMyst (http://medmyst.rice.edu), focuses on infectious diseases and the microbes that cause them. The website is not intended to replace classroom instruction, but rather to engage students in problem-solving activities not likely to be encountered elsewhere. It also provides scientists with a resource to introduce microbiology to adolescent audiences through outreach activities. In the online adventure, the player (student) enters a futuristic world in which he or she becomes a “Reconstructor,” a member of an elite team charged with preventing the spread of infectious disease. The series consists of three “missions,” each lasting approximately 30 to 40 minutes and designed to address a limited set of learning objectives. Middle school students participated in the creation of the characters and the stylized design through focus groups. Classroom teachers oversaw the alignment of the web adventure objectives with the National Science Content Standards. Scientists and clinicians reviewed the web adventure for content and accuracy. A field test involving over 700 students from nine different schools assessed the knowledge gains attributable to playing MedMyst. Gain scores from pretest to posttest indicated that middle school students retained important information by interacting with the online material for as little as 30 minutes per adventure; however...

Assessing evaluative measures for Internet-based courseware

Simpson, Kari J. E.
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
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Although there is a consensus in th~ literature on the many uses of the Internet in education, as well as the unique features of the Internet for presenting facts and information, there is no consensus on a standardized method for evaluating Internetbased courseware. Educators rarely have the opportunity to participate in the development of Internet-based courseware, yet they are encouraged to use the technology in their learning environments. This creates a need for summative evaluation methods for Internet-based health courseware. The purpose ofthis study was to assess evaluative measures for Internet-based courseware. Specifically, two entities were evaluated within the study: a) the outcome of the Internet-based courseware, and b) the Internet-based courseware itself. To this end, the Web site www.bodymatters.com was evaluated using two different approaches by two different cohorts. The first approach was a performance appraisal by a group of endusers. A positive, statistically significant change in the students performance was observed due to the intervention ofthe Web site. The second approach was a productoriented evaluation ofthe Web site with the use of a criterion-based checklist and an open-ended comments section. The findings indicate that a summative...

Efficacy of MedMyst: an Internet Teaching Tool for Middle School Microbiology

Miller, Leslie M.; Moreno, Janette; Estrera, Vicky; Lane, David
Fonte: Universidade Rice Publicador: Universidade Rice
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Can web-based technology be used to effectively introduce or reinforce aspects of microbiology to middle school students? This central hypothesis examines whether brief exposure to a web adventure format containing virtual lab experiments and computer games within an engaging story line can impact student learning. An episodic adventure series, MedMyst (http://medmyst.rice.edu), focuses on infectious diseases and the microbes that cause them. The website is not intended to replace classroom instruction, but rather to engage students in problem-solving activities not likely to be encountered elsewhere. It also provides scientists with a resource to introduce microbiology to adolescent audiences through outreach activities. In the online adventure, the player (student) enters a futuristic world in which he or she becomes a “Reconstructor,” a member of an elite team charged with preventing the spread of infectious disease. The series consists of three “missions,” each lasting approximately 30 to 40 minutes and designed to address a limited set of learning objectives. Middle school students participated in the creation of the characters and the stylized design through focus groups. Classroom teachers oversaw the alignment of the web adventure objectives with the National Science Content Standards. Scientists and clinicians reviewed the web adventure for content and accuracy. A field test involving over 700 students from nine different schools assessed the knowledge gains attributable to playing MedMyst. Gain scores from pretest to posttest indicated that middle school students retained important information by interacting with the online material for as little as 30 minutes per adventure; however...

Internationalizing Sub-Saharan Africa’s Education and Health Services

Dihel, Nora Carina; Goswami, Arti Grover
Fonte: World Bank, Washington, DC Publicador: World Bank, Washington, DC
Tipo: Working Paper; Publications & Research :: Working Paper; Publications Research
ENGLISH; EN_US
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This paper summarizes the nature and determinants of trade in education and health services in a selected group of countries in Eastern and Southern Africa, using a combination of quantitative and qualitative methods. The paper presents results from new, innovative data collection methods, such as crowdsourcing, to shed some light on the magnitude, determinants, and restrictions on intra-African trade in education and health services. Assessments of trade and regulatory barriers, based on results from regulatory surveys conducted in selected East African countries, and case studies of success stories and less favorable experiences are then used to develop policy recommendations for using trade and regional integration more strategically to improve outcomes in education and health. The analysis shows that to turn these sectors around, policy action is required in the areas of education, domestic regulation, trade policy, labor mobility, and information and communications technologies at the national and international levels. To retain some of the scarce health workers in the region and enhance the region’s competitiveness in providing education and health services...

Costs and benefits of network based instruction at the Naval Postgraduate School

Sorenson, Brian K.
Fonte: Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School Publicador: Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: xii, 95 p., 28 cm.
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Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited; The Naval Postgraduate School's (NPS) Strategic Plan for 1998 addresses the significance of distant education in NPS's future. Network Based Instruction (NBI) utilizes new technology and the Internet to provide education at a distance. This thesis provides a framework which identifies the costs and benefits associated with converting, administering and maintaining a traditionally taught course using Network Based Instruction. Conversion, hardware, administration and maintenance costs to provide an NBI course are examined in the cost analysis section. The benefit analysis examines benefits of reduced NPS residency, a career learning continuum, online reference, and short course savings in addition to other intangible benefits. This study finds NBI to be a viable option for future learning at NPS. It is recommended that NPS proceed with conversion of courses into an NBI format Knowledge gained during conversion of initial courses will be instrumental in the subsequent design of efficient and effective distant education programs; http://www.archive.org/details/costsbenefitsofn00sore; Lieutenant, United States Navy

Students' critical thinking skills, attitudes to ICT and perceptions of ICT classroom learning environments under the ICT schools pilot project in Thailand

Rumpagaporn, Methinee Wongwanich
Fonte: Universidade de Adelaide Publicador: Universidade de Adelaide
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: 2516594 bytes; 55225 bytes; application/pdf; application/pdf
Publicado em //2007 EN
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This portfolio of research aimed to examine the integration of Information and Communication Technology ( ICT ) into computer-based classroom learning environments in Thailand. The study was exploratory, investigating to what extent schools in the Thai ICT schools pilot project had classroom learning environments which were related to two student outcomes ( critical thinking skills and attitudes to ICT ) ; and to what extent the classroom learning environments were associated with certain teacher characteristics. The portfolio is presented in three parts. Part 1 reviewed the research literature related to the importance of ICT in education ; the ICT classroom learning environments ; student attitudes to ICT ; students' critical thinking skills ; and the role of the teacher in the ICT classroom. From this review, a theoretical research model was developed, based on teacher characteristics, student characteristics and student perceptions of ICT classroom learning environments as predictors of the two student outcomes. Four specific research propositions were formulated from the model to guide the investigation. Part 2 of the research portfolio reports the quantitative investigation of the ICT schools pilot project in Thailand. Data were collected by means of questionnaires from 150 students in eight of the ICT pilot project schools in relation to students' background characteristics...

The effects of participation in an Internet -based project on the development of global knowledge, global mindedness, and global pedagogy among preservice social studies teachers

Zong, Guichun
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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In order to prepare younger generations to live in a world characterized by interconnectedness, developing global and international perspectives for future teachers has been recommended by the National Council for the Social Studies and the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects that participation in the International Communication and Negotiation Simulation (ICONS), an Internet-based communication project has on preservice social studies teachers' global knowledge, global mindedness, and global teaching strategies. ^ The study was conducted at a public university in South Florida. A combination of quantitative and qualitative approaches was employed. Two groups of preservice social studies teachers were chosen as participants: a control group composed of 14 preservice teachers who enrolled in a global education class in the summer semester of 1998 and an experimental group that included nine preservice teachers who took the same class in the fall semester of 1998. The summer class was conducted in a traditional format, which included lectures, classroom discussions, and student presentations. The fall class incorporated a five-week Internet-based communication project. The Global Mindedness Scale (Hett...

Policy Reform, Economic Growth, and the Digital Divide : An Econometric Analysis

Dasgupta, Susmita; Lall, Somik; Wheeler, David
Fonte: World Bank, Washington, DC Publicador: World Bank, Washington, DC
Tipo: Publications & Research :: Policy Research Working Paper; Publications & Research
ENGLISH; EN_US
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Rapid growth of Internet use in high-income economies, has raised the specter of a "digital divide" that will marginalize developing countries, because they can neither afford Internet access, nor use it effectively when it is available. Using a new cross-country data set, the authors investigate two proximate determinants of the digital divide: Internet intensity (Internet subscriptions per telephones mainline), and access to telecom services. Surprisingly, they find no gap in Internet intensity. When differences in urbanization, and competition policy are controlled for, low-income countries have intensities as high as those of industrial countries. While income does not seem to matter in this context, competition policy matters a great deal. Low-income countries with high World Bank ratings for competition policy, have significantly higher Internet intensities. The authors' findings on Internet intensity implies that the digital divide is not really new, but reflects a persistent gap in the availability of mainline telephones services. After identifying mobile telephones as a promising new platform for Internet access...

Mexico's Transition to a Knowledge-Based Economy : Challenges and Opportunities

Kuznetsov, Yevgeny; Dahlman, Carl J.
Fonte: Washington, DC : World Bank Publicador: Washington, DC : World Bank
Tipo: Publications & Research :: Publication; Publications & Research :: Publication
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This book is about how Mexico can transform itself into a knowledge based economy by tapping into a number of existing socioeconomic advantages: macroeconomic stability, emerging regional enterprise clusters that combine local talent with a dynamic private sector, geographical proximity to the world's knowledge economy powerhouse-the United States, as well as a rich cultural base that generates a wealth of ideas. Mexico's transition to a knowledge-based economy provides a broad assessment of the country's readiness to join the global knowledge economy, highlighting the importance of education and institutional reform, and of creating an environment that is conducive to innovation. This transformation, however, is not only about shaping the reform agenda from the top down. It also means trial-and-error experimentation to test what works and what doesn't in the Mexican context, and then taking successful bottom-up initiatives to scale. The book takes a dual approach in its analysis and recommendations. It tackles both the strategic long-term agenda...

Sistematização de recurso educacional aberto para introdução à semiótica Peirceana

Grimm, Gabrielle da Fonseca Hartmann
Fonte: Curitiba Publicador: Curitiba
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
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Acompanha: 6 apresentações em Recurso Educacional Aberto (REA): Introdução à semiótica Peirceana; Arquitetura de Peirce; Categorias cenopitagóricas; O signo como relação triádica; Tricotomias.; The contribuitiuon of this research came out of the systematization of an open educational resource for the discipline of Semiotics for Design Graduation Courses. As it's an open educational resourse, the model proposed may be adapted to any other area of knowledge, or may be constantly improved collaboratively with several authors. Semiotics in Design was chosen due to the Author's research interest and the lack of materials in the area. The approach started with a review of some concepts and definitions about Design, about Peirce's Semiotics and how this area of knowledge takes part in the designer instruction. Theoretical groungs about Open Educational Resourses established principles and important elements that configurate a material as being of that kind and determine the route for the systematization of the resourse that counts with a group of six learning objects. The aim of the systematization of an educational resourse based on REA (open educational resourse) filosofy was to guide users that might come to use the concepts pointed in this research about the possibilities concerning didactic material construction...

SOAP processing performance and enhancement

Tekli, Joe M.; Damiani, Ernesto; Chbeir, Richard; Gianini, Gabriele
Fonte: IEEE COMPUTER SOC; LOS ALAMITOS Publicador: IEEE COMPUTER SOC; LOS ALAMITOS
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The web services (WS) technology provides a comprehensive solution for representing, discovering, and invoking services in a wide variety of environments, including Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) and grid computing systems. At the core of WS technology lie a number of XML-based standards, such as the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), that have successfully ensured WS extensibility, transparency, and interoperability. Nonetheless, there is an increasing demand to enhance WS performance, which is severely impaired by XML's verbosity. SOAP communications produce considerable network traffic, making them unfit for distributed, loosely coupled, and heterogeneous computing environments such as the open Internet. Also, they introduce higher latency and processing delays than other technologies, like Java RMI and CORBA. WS research has recently focused on SOAP performance enhancement. Many approaches build on the observation that SOAP message exchange usually involves highly similar messages (those created by the same implementation usually have the same structure, and those sent from a server to multiple clients tend to show similarities in structure and content). Similarity evaluation and differential encoding have thus emerged as SOAP performance enhancement techniques. The main idea is to identify the common parts of SOAP messages...

A basic guide to open educational resources (OER)

Kanwar, Asha; Uvalić-Trumbić, Stamenka; Butcher, Neil
Fonte: Vancouver : Commonwealth of Learning ; Paris : UNESCO Publicador: Vancouver : Commonwealth of Learning ; Paris : UNESCO
Tipo: Livro Formato: application/pdf
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133 p. : ill.; Libro Electrónico; This Guide comprises three sections. The first – a summary of the key issues – is presented in the form of a set of ‘Frequently Asked Questions’. Its purpose is to provide readers with a quick and user-friendly introduction to Open Educational Resources (OER) and some of the key issues to think about when exploring how to use OER most effectively. The second section is a more comprehensive analysis of these issues, presented in the form of a traditional research paper. For those who have a deeper interest in OER, this section will assist with making the case for OER more substantively. The third section is a set of appendices, containing more detailed information about specific areas of relevance to OER. These are aimed at people who are looking for substantive information regarding a specific area of interest; Contents Acknowledgements 1 Overview of the Guide 3 A Basic Guide to Open Educational Resources: Frequently asked questions 5 What are Open Educational Resources (OER)? 5 Is OER the same as e-learning? 5 Is OER the same as open learning/open education? 6 Is OER related to the concept of resource-based learning? 7 How open is an open licence? 8 What is the difference between OER and open access publishing? 9 Shouldn’t I worry about ‘giving away’ my intellectual property? 9 Who will guarantee the quality of OER? 12 How can education benefit by harnessing OER? 13 Is OER really free? 14 Does use of OER preclude use of commercial content? 16 What policy changes are needed for institutions to make more effective use of OER? 16 What are the best ways to build capacity in OER? 17 Where do I find OER? 18 How can I share my OER with others? 19 How much can I change OER for my own purposes? 20 Making the Case for Open Educational Resources 23 Introduction 23 Defining the concept 24 The implications for educational planners and decision-makers 39 Conclusion 44 References 45 Appendix One: Overview of Open Licences 47 Introduction 47 Creative Commons Licences 48 Appendix References 52 Appendix Two: The Components of a Well-Functioning Distance Education System 53 The Components 53 The Rationale for Use of Distance Education Methods 55 Appendix Three: Technology Applications 57 iii Appendix Four: Open Source Software Applications in Education 61 References 64 Appendix Five: Mapping the OER Terrain Online 65 Introduction 65 OCW OER Repositories 65 University OCW Initiatives 70 Subject-Specific OCW OER 74 Content Creation Initiatives 78 Open Schooling Initiatives 81 OCW OER Search 84 Conclusion 85 Appendix Six: A Catalogue of OER-Related Websites 87 OCW OER Repositories 88 Open Schooling Initiatives 92 OCW OER Search 93 University OCW Initiatives 95 Subject-Specific OCW-OER 104 OER Tools 109 Other OER Sources 113 Appendix Seven: Some OER Policy Issues in Distance Education 115 Appendix Eight: OER Policy Review Process 123 Appendix Nine: Skills Requirements for Work in Open Educational Resources 131

Digital factory : real time information system implementation in a traditional manufacturing environment

Shao, Min, 1975-
Fonte: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Publicador: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: 48 p.
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The Internet and emerging technologies such as RFID have been making profound impacts on operations of traditional manufacturing companies. Advances in these fields have opened up possibilities for significant improvements in process, productivity, quality, and communication. The ability for a company to keep up with current technology trends directly affects the company's ability to achieve customer satisfactions, ability to maintain competitive advantages and ability to accomplish its financial targets. Digital factory is a project that Hamilton Sundstrand piloted to investigate how its new 787 component assembly lines can take full advantages of existing technologies. A RFID based prototype solution was developed. Key functionalities include real time work-in-progress monitoring, digitized work instruction display and automated Andon response. The prototype demonstrates that a practical sophisticated infrastructure can be built with widely available equipment and tools. Real challenge in full scale deployment of digital factory will be to identify functionalities that are truly critical to production needs and implement those in a practical fashion so that they can become an integral part of production system.; by Min Shao.; Thesis (M.B.A.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology...

Identification of design features to enhance utilization and acceptance of systems for Internet-based decision support at the point of care.

Gadd, C. S.; Baskaran, P.; Lobach, D. F.
Fonte: American Medical Informatics Association Publicador: American Medical Informatics Association
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //1998 EN
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Extensive utilization of point-of-care decision support systems will be largely dependent on the development of user interaction capabilities that make them effective clinical tools in patient care settings. This research identified critical design features of point-of-care decision support systems that are preferred by physicians, through a multi-method formative evaluation of an evolving prototype of an Internet-based clinical decision support system. Clinicians used four versions of the system--each highlighting a different functionality. Surveys and qualitative evaluation methodologies assessed clinicians' perceptions regarding system usability and usefulness. Our analyses identified features that improve perceived usability, such as telegraphic representations of guideline-related information, facile navigation, and a forgiving, flexible interface. Users also preferred features that enhance usefulness and motivate use, such as an encounter documentation tool and the availability of physician instruction and patient education materials. In addition to identifying design features that are relevant to efforts to develop clinical systems for point-of-care decision support, this study demonstrates the value of combining quantitative and qualitative methods of formative evaluation with an iterative system development strategy to implement new information technology in complex clinical settings.

Primary teachers' insights on the use of the internet in their english as a foreign language lessons: a research case study

Ram??rez Verdugo, Dolores; Alonso Belmonte, Isabel
Fonte: Universidad de Granada Publicador: Universidad de Granada
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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While language teachers are progressively aware of the potential benefits of technology in foreign language instruction, one challenge they face is how to implement effective technology-based language tasks. This paper reports on the results from a case study on the instructional experience of a group of teachers in a research project aimed at investigating the effects of Internet-based instruction on six year old children???s linguistic outcome in English as a foreign language. The analysis of pre- and post- questionnaires provides data on the teachers??? expectations, achievements and the difficulties they came across when using Internet-based tasks in the EFL classroom.; A la vez que el profesorado de idiomas se va concienciando de las potenciales ventajas de la tecnolog??a en la ense??anza de lenguas extranjeras, se enfrenta al desaf??o de llevar a clase tareas eficaces basadas en el uso de la tecnolog??a. Este art??culo presenta los resultados de un estudio de caso sobre la experiencia de un grupo de profesores en un proyecto de investigaci??n sobre los efectos de la ense??anza a trav??s de Internet en la producci??n ling????stica en ingl??s de ni??os de seis a??os. El an??lisis de los cuestionarios pre y post test proporciona datos sobre las expectativas de los profesores...

Technology Impacts of CMOS Scaling on Microprocessor Core Design for Hard-Fault Tolerance in Single-Core Applications and Optimized Throughput in Throughput-Oriented Chip Multiprocessors

Bower, Fred
Fonte: Universidade Duke Publicador: Universidade Duke
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: 2113722 bytes; application/pdf
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The continued march of technological progress, epitomized by Moore’s Law provides the microarchitect with increasing numbers of transistors to employ as we continue to shrink feature geometries. Physical limitations impose new constraints upon designers in the areas of overall power and localized power density. Techniques to scale threshold and supply voltages to lower values in order to reduce power consumption of the part have also run into physical limitations, exacerbating power and cooling problems in deep sub-micron CMOS process generations. Smaller device geometries are also subject to increased sensitivity to common failure modes as well as manufacturing process variability.

In the face of these added challenges, we observe a shift in the focus of the industry, away from building ever–larger single–core chips, whose focus is on reducing single–threaded latency toward a design approach that employs multiple cores on a single chip to improve throughput. While the early multicore era utilized the existing single–core designs of the previous generation in small numbers, subsequent generations have introduced cores tailored to multicore use. These cores seek to achieve power-efficient throughput and have led to a new emphasis on throughput-oriented computing...

Instructional Technology and Education of the Deaf: Supporting Learners, K- College: An International Symposium (2001); Technology used Support Sign and Spoken Language Development; How are Teachers for the Deaf Using the Internet to Educate K-12 Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students?; NTID's High Technology Center: A model of a centralized, industry funded, cross circular, multipurpose graphic media and publishing facility; A Web-Based Initiative to Infuse English Across the Curriculum for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students; Clearinghouse on Mathematics, Engineering, Technology and Science(COMETS): A Web-based Resource for Inservice and Preservice Teacher Education; Postsecondary Education Network International Project; Popular Electronic Conferencing Use and Comparison; Implementing Video Streamed Instruction for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Online Learners; Adequate Testing and Evaluation of On-line Learners; Digital Video Conferencing for Remote Tutoring/Teaching of Deaf Students; Microsoft Office ASL Project: An Interactive Resource for Teaching Deaf Students Technical Information; Technology to Support Visually-Impaired Deaf; NTID Learning Consortium; Using C-Print to Support Learning in Secondary nd Postsecondary Settings; A Web-Supported Course for Deaf College-Aged Students; The Design and Use of a Language Facility for the Instruction of Sign Language Interpreters; NTID's Educational Technology Resource Room A Supportive Environment for Acquisition and Application of Instructional Technologies; Distance Learning Pilot: Physics and Mathematics Part I;Part II to Continue at 11:00; Distance Learning Pilot: Physics and Mathematics Part II A Continuation of a 10:00 Session; Project Inclusion; Web-based Guide Practice to Improve Math Word Problem Solving; New Accomplishments Using Voice Recognition for Captioning of Chemistry Videotapes Made During Regular F2F Courses; Integrating Technology into Literacy : Digital Video Dictionary; Idea Tools:Rapid Development Tools for Creating Interactive Multimedia- Enabled Courses on the Web; Supporting ASL Learning through Interactive CD Rom Technology The American Sign Language Vocabulary CD

Mumford, Bonnie; Lauria, Dino; Mineck, Edward; Berent, Gerald; Lang, Harry; DeCaro, James; Mallory, James; Reeves, June; Wallber, Josara; Finton, Ken; Elliot, Lisa; Gottermeier, Linda; Siple, Linda; Young, Marsha; DeCaro, Patricia; Kelly, Ronald; Paine, R
Fonte: Rochester Instituto de Tecnologia Publicador: Rochester Instituto de Tecnologia
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Symposium held June 25-27, 2001 ~ workshops; June 28-29, 2001 ~ Symposium at National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology , Rochester, NY. See Symposium website at: http://www.rit.edu/~techsym/2001/ . The objective of the Symposium is to provide a forum for the educators supporting deaf and hard of hearing learners to disseminate information relative to current and future innovations and developments in the use of educational media and technology in the teaching/learning process. Additionally, post-conference workshops will provide participants with sophisticated, hands-on training on the use of instructional technology in deaf education. The symposium will offer a diverse program with a good mix of K-12, postsecondary and international representation on the program and in participation. Symposium materials are available at the Symposium website: http://www.rit.edu/~techsym

Instructional Technology and Education of the Deaf: Supporting Learners, K- College: An International Symposium (2008); ClassInFocus: A consolidated platform to promote accessibility in mainstream classrooms; Universal design by open collaboration; Technology and deaf education: needs and opportunities for technology infusion; Meaning-for-meaning speech-to-text services: A better understanding; Focusing on differences between the grammar structure of English and Czech in the process of teaching Czech deaf & hard-of-hearing university students; Creating English-to-ASL translation using Powerpoint; The use of communication technology by deaf people in Greece; High frequency of online interaction correlates to classroom satisfaction in mainstreamed classes; RIDBC teleschool: Innovation in remote service delivery; Wireless emergency communications: Accessible alerts for people with disabilities; Artificial representations of sign language to access information: How effective are they?; Developing a bilingual online glossary of science signs: An evaluation; Transforming deaf education in India through the use of technology: Possibilities and challenges; Providing access in web conferencing systems; Learning computer with virtual sign animated pedagogic agents; Enhancing interaction between deaf, hard-of-hearing, and hearing students through blended learning; Building a community of ASL signers with VoiceThread; Video, video everywhere... Using video in teaching; Using clickers to enhance student learning and engagement; Implementing a network of higher education for deaf students via internet in China; Technical Signs in context program series; Games at kool kids sign; Developing a web-based training to support learning: A specialized course for the deaf in Korea; A status report on the NTID center for access technology; CART: Global learning one word at a time; Applications for physical world hyperlinks in maximizing membership in the inclusive education of deaf/hard-of-hearing (D/HH) students; Thinking of the internationalization of network education for the deaf; Louisiana initiative for technology exploration with the deaf; ASL video dictionary and inflection guide: the online version; Empowering deaf professionals through video interpreting; Report on PEN-Russia program; Technology & foreign language instruction for deaf students; Adapting learning materials to support the language acquisition of Black minority ethnic deaf individuals; iTransition -- a free pepnet online resource!; Deaf students at GSD benefit from interactive technology!; Multimedia lessons by the design novice: Creating multimedia lessons with web 2.0 resources; Establishing an infrastructure for a successful visual communication network; Study and development of simulation teaching platform for deaf/hard-of-hearing students; Adapting tablet PC technology as a support for students who are deaf or hard of hearing; Online glossary of art and design terminology utilizing voice-interpreted/captioned sign language videos and visual images in multimedia format; Utilizing lifelike, 3D animated signing avatar characters for the instruction of K-12 deaf learners; Deaf professionals in education and social services: How the use of technologies has affected their career mobility experiences - An anecdotal study; An analysis of text generation and information display methods; Remedial Engish vocabulary and grammar software via the Internet; Computer mediated communication in the classroom: Pedagogic applications of AIM; Vision 3D: Digital discovery for the deaf; NTID's sprint relay experimental distance learning / access demonstration lab: A catalyst for innovative outreach; Signlinking 2.0; Wildcat news 43: Incorporating technology, academic ASL and English, and creative thinking into the classroom; Web-based instruction on solar eclipse and lunar eclipse for the deaf and hard-of-hearing people; Instructional software tool: A visual learning approach to conceptual barriers; Accessible media policies: Creating, implementing and sustaining them in higher learning environments; Using current technology to support and improve mathematics instruction; A consolidated platform to promote accessibility in mainstream classrooms; The status of postsecondary education for deaf & hard-of-hearing students in Korea Nazarene University; Using classroom management software in teaching deaf people computing skills; Bridging the distance: the use of videoconferencing for faculty development; ASL-STEM forum; Engaging students with educationally relevant social networking; Instructional technologies and sign language interpreter training: the transition from analog to digital; The role of assistive technologies in a process of internalization of the language system: multimedia teaching and learning foreign languages by students with hearing difficulties at the Jagiellonian University; The discussion about the deaf university teaching mode under the framework of constructing information technology; The national center for deaf health research heath survey: Demonstration of a linguistically accessible heath surveillance instrument for deaf communities; Enhancing the accessibility of postsecondary educational institutions in Japan; Mutual exchange program between Tsukuba University of Technology (TUT) in Japan and Bauman Moscow State Technical University (BMSTU) in Russia; Development of sign language materials for deaf students in third world countries: a scientific and technical approach; The development of sign language dictionary and related resources in Vietnam; Universal design by open collaboration; Report on the deaf and hard-of-hearing cyber-community summit; Do deaf students' visuospatial abilities give them an advantage in multimedia classrooms?; Improving deaf students' access to technical education and intercultural communication through online learning; Notetaking strategies -- the what, who and how; Videoconferencing using open-source software: Building a proof-of-concept platform for communications and distance learning; Mocap ASL in the sciences: results and future; PEN-International: Fostering international projects with instructional and access technologies

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