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View Resource Live Science: Technology

This website, created by Live Science, provides current information on what is happening in technology. The site features videos and textual information on broad technical topics, including electronics, robotics, energy, aeronautics and much more.

View Resource Electronic Design Online Magazine

This is a web site for emerging electronic designs and innovations. The site features a number of articles on electronic design related topics. Multimedia resources, including videos, are included. Twitter, Facebook and RSS feeds are also available for the online magazine.

View Resource Live Science: Robots

This website from Live Science looks at developments in robotics. The site includes interactive features, images, multimedia and news items. Teachers interested in beginning a unit on robotics will find many useful resources on the site to use as a starting point.

View Resource How to use USB without knowing USB

USB is now a mature technology yet many people are not using it since they perceive it as "too complicated." To date, all USB books and most USB technical articles have presented USB as a "technical wonder" and the reader is flooded with details such as packet types and descriptor parsing. Not surprisingly, many people who could take advantage of USB are holding back. This paper treats USB as a...

View Resource Index of Learning Theories and Models

This website features theories on how people learn. The resource is useful for scholars in various fields such as instructional design and human-computer interaction. The theories of learning are grouped into paradigms, behaviorist theories, cognitivist theories, constructivist, social, and situational theories, motivational and humanist theories, prescriptive design theories and models,...

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