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Thermostat Teaching Element
This lesson, from the Technological Education Pathways Partnership (TEPP), uses two PowerPoint presentations to lead students through the components of a digital non-programmable thermostat and how they work. A lab guide in Word document form presents the needed materials and directions for students to work with thermostat components in class, including building circuits, testing heating control, and testing cooling control.
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Conservation Biology Institute
Based in Oregon, the Conservation Biology Institute (CBI) collaborates with diverse stakeholders to advance conservation scholarship and solutions. Since its...
Textadept is an extensible programmer's editor with a design that focuses on minimalism and speed. Following a pattern similar to the venerable "emacs" editor,...
Conservation Biology for All
Though the complete Society for Conservation Biology site was previously featured (check out the 09-17-2004 Scout Report), this free textbook resource supported...
Many people spend more than three hours a day on their phone. Skip mindless social media scrolling and opt to use screen time for a quick coding lesson with...
The Art, Science, and Engineering...
Launched in 2017, The Art, Science, and Engineering of Programming hopes to revitalize scholarly work concerning "programming styles, pearls, models,...

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Computer illustration of an atom structure.
Scientist examining specimens through a microscope.
Joliet Junior College is the oldest public junior college in the nation, established over a century ago in 1901 by William Rainey Harper in Illinois.

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