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View Resource WebWare Part 1- Webinar

The recording of WebWare Part 1 starts at 26:50. This recording of the NetWorks Webinar from 9/28/07 with Gordon Synder and Mike Qaissaunee. They demonstrated WebWare Part 1. These free Webinars provide insight into current and emerging web based social learning technologies and how they impact the students and instructors in the modern classroom. Overall goals of the series include: Goal 1: To...

View Resource Slides: How to Produce a Webinar

These are the slides for the webinar that was recorded on 04/10/09. This document illustrates how to effectively produce webinars. A webinar is a collaborative presentation that can include polling and question & answer sessions to allow full participation between the audience and the presenter. Webinars can be recorded so that those who missed your event can view it on their own time.

View Resource Organic Chemistry and Your Cellphone

The National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science releases new and helpful teaching materials on a regular basis. This recent addition to the Center's great resources deals with organic chemistry and cellphones. Crafted by Courtney Meyet and Richard Hooley of the University of California, Riverside, this case study guides students "through a systematic exploration of the synthesis and...

View Resource Heading In a New Direction

The ATETV project delivers web-based videos to connect students to careers in advanced technology. In this episode of ATETV, fuel cell technology, technical communication skills and women in aviation are discussed. ATE programs are perfect for people who want to head back to school in order to change careers. The programs help students gain new skills or develop skills they may already have. ...

View Resource Foundation Fieldbus Tutorial

This resource is a series of 17 courses offered by Emerson Process Management - PlantWeb University on Foundation Fieldbus Technologies. These courses begin by teaching the basics, and ends by showing installation and troubleshooting procedures. For each course, an examination is given, and the student receives a certificate upon completion.

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