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Academic research and writing – Chapter 8 Interpretation – Unit 3 Potential aims and application
 
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https://academic-research-and-writing.org Academic research and writing Chapter 8 Interpretation of a topic Unit 3 Potential aims and application Abstract: A well-thought-out interpretation of the topic is a prerequisite for the successful execution of a research project. Especially in academic settings, research candidates have not only the duty, but also the right to develop an interpretation of their topics. In some cases, the thesis advisor might assist the interpretation process. In other cases, research candidates have to derive an interpretation on their own. An ideal interpretation process starts with a negative and a positive interpretation of the topic and thereby the identification of possible aims. Once possible aims and their implications are known, the research candidate has to select one aim or a combination of aims. There are five possible aims: description, causal connection, intention, function, and comparison. The interpretation of a topic can be of an abstract (theoretical) or problem-based (applied) nature. Within the process of a problem-based interpretation, the empirical environment has to be considered. The identified aim predetermines the nature of possible research questions to be investigated. Key terms: Interpretation, positive interpretation, negative interpretation, abstract interpretation, problem-based interpretation, aim, description, causal connection, intention, function, comparison, research question Course website: https://academic-research-and-writing... Author's weblog: https://christiandecker.de Supported by: http://icademicus.com
Report Interpretation Video - Nesplora Aula
 
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This video aims to explain the Nesplora Aula test and the report it provides.
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Book Review: Structure & Quranic Interpretation by Raymond Farrin | Dr. Shabir Ally
 
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We sit down with Dr. Shabir Ally to get his thoughts on the book, Structure and Quranic Interpretation – A Study of Symmetry and Coherence in Islam’s Holy Text by Raymond Farrin. This book aims to provide a study of the Quran through a literary analysis, highlighting how all of the chapters and verses in the Quran are linked to larger, contextual messages in the Quran. ___ Please SUBSCRIBE to SUPPORT the show! Questions: http://www.QuranSpeaks.com/Contact Facebook: https://www.Facebook.com/LetTheQuranSpeak Twitter : https://www.Twitter.com/Quran_Speaks
Views: 6967 Let the Quran Speak
My Speech Repository - how does it work?
 
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The European Commission interpreters – SCIC have launched Speech Repository 2.0, an e-learning tool designed to help further improve the quality of conference interpreter training. See: https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/sr/. One of its aims is to raise the success rate in tests and recruitment competitions for qualified conference interpreters for the EU Institutions. The high failure rate at these tests appears to be due chiefly to - lack of training with native speakers, - lack of topical knowledge of matters discussed in EU meetings. A second aim is to help professional interpreters working for the EU Institutions to add languages to their language combination. This animated video informs interpretation students and interpreters about the new version of the Speech Repository. Scripting and editing: Bruno Neskens @ European Commission 2014 Software: GoAnimate Music: Accidents Will Happen by Silent partner (YouTube Audio Library) Female voice: Alice Perry @ European Commission 2014 Male voice: Donald Tait @ European Commission 2014
Views: 9781 EU Interpreters
'Corpus linguistics: method, analysis, interpretation' - free online course on FutureLearn.com
 
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Sign up now at http://www.futurelearn.com/courses/corpus-linguistics-2014-q3. 'Corpus linguistics: method, analysis, interpretation' is a free online course by Lancaster University available on FutureLearn.com. The course aims to demonstrate that corpus approaches to social science can offer valuable insight into social reality by investigating the use and manipulation of language in society. It will also equip social scientists with skills necessary for collecting and analysing large digital collections of text (corpora), provide educational support for those who want to use the corpus method and demonstrate the use of corpus linguistics in the humanities, especially History. At FutureLearn, we want to inspire learning for life. We offer a diverse selection of free, high quality online courses from some of the world's leading universities and other outstanding cultural institutions. Browse all courses and sign up here: http://www.futurelearn.com
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DG Interpretation interviews Ute Kohlmann from ELIA (in German)
 
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Languages through Lenses is an initiative for film students in Europe, which aims to raise awareness among young people of Europe's linguistic and cultural diversity. http://www.elia-artschools.org/Activities/languages-through-lenses-2012
Views: 289 facilitystorage
Academic research and writing – Chapter 8 Interpretation – Unit 4 Problem based interpretation
 
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Academic research and writing – Chapter 8 Interpretation – Unit 4 Problem based interpretation https://academic-research-and-writing.org Academic research and writing Chapter 8 Interpretation of a topic Unit 4 Problem based interpretation Abstract: A well-thought-out interpretation of the topic is a prerequisite for the successful execution of a research project. Especially in academic settings, research candidates have not only the duty, but also the right to develop an interpretation of their topics. In some cases, the thesis advisor might assist the interpretation process. In other cases, research candidates have to derive an interpretation on their own. An ideal interpretation process starts with a negative and a positive interpretation of the topic and thereby the identification of possible aims. Once possible aims and their implications are known, the research candidate has to select one aim or a combination of aims. There are five possible aims: description, causal connection, intention, function, and comparison. The interpretation of a topic can be of an abstract (theoretical) or problem-based (applied) nature. Within the process of a problem-based interpretation, the empirical environment has to be considered. The identified aim predetermines the nature of possible research questions to be investigated. Key terms: Interpretation, positive interpretation, negative interpretation, abstract interpretation, problem-based interpretation, aim, description, causal connection, intention, function, comparison, research question Course website: https://academic-research-and-writing.org Author's weblog: https://christiandecker.de Supported by: http://icademicus.com
Academic research and writing – Chapter 8 Interpretation – Unit 2 Interpretation technique
 
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https://academic-research-and-writing.org Academic research and writing Chapter 8 Interpretation of a topic Unit 2 Interpretation technique Abstract: A well-thought-out interpretation of the topic is a prerequisite for the successful execution of a research project. Especially in academic settings, research candidates have not only the duty, but also the right to develop an interpretation of their topics. In some cases, the thesis advisor might assist the interpretation process. In other cases, research candidates have to derive an interpretation on their own. An ideal interpretation process starts with a negative and a positive interpretation of the topic and thereby the identification of possible aims. Once possible aims and their implications are known, the research candidate has to select one aim or a combination of aims. There are five possible aims: description, causal connection, intention, function, and comparison. The interpretation of a topic can be of an abstract (theoretical) or problem-based (applied) nature. Within the process of a problem-based interpretation, the empirical environment has to be considered. The identified aim predetermines the nature of possible research questions to be investigated. Key terms: Interpretation, positive interpretation, negative interpretation, abstract interpretation, problem-based interpretation, aim, description, causal connection, intention, function, comparison, research question Course website: https://academic-research-and-writing... Author's weblog: https://christiandecker.de Supported by: http://icademicus.com
DG Interprétation interviewe Ute Kohlmann de Languages through Lenses (in French)
 
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Languages through Lenses is an initiative for film students in Europe, which aims to raise awareness among young people of Europe's linguistic and cultural diversity. http://www.elia-artschools.org/Activities/languages-through-lenses-2012
Views: 223 facilitystorage
Course on PCA: theory and practice
 
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What are the aims of principal component analysis? On which kinds of datasets? How to use variables to better describe the results? What aids to interpretation? How to describe the PCA dimensions?
Views: 35325 François Husson
IPMOCC short direction solution video-Interpretation Act 1889
 
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IPMOCC short direction solution video-Interpretation Act 1889, aims to spread awareness to the public about the Act of Parliament Rules to support the people understanding in regards to expressions and meanings in society, soon coming our news and media page to view full video direction solution however keep check out our website and youtube channel for more direction solution, next direction solution will be about British Nationality and Citizenship.
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Marx and Temporalism- a tutorial 1 of 10
 
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This is a workshop on the Temporal Single System Interpretation (TSSI) of Marx's value theory. It was recorded in November of 2009 at the Rethinking Marxism conference in Amherst Mass. The presenters are Andrew Kliman and Alan Freeman, two of the leading figures in the TSSI. The TSSI aims to show that by viewing Marx's value theory through a temporal lens the claims by Marx's opponents that his value theory is inconsistent are refuted. I have discussed the TSSI in my video "What Transformation Problem?". I have also posted videos of Kliman and Freeman speaking at the 2009 Left Forum and a panel on the economic crisis at the 2009 Rethinking Marxism conference. I apologize for the sound quality of this video. The conference center had a noisy ventilation system that left a loud "whirring" on all the video. I did by best to minimize the background noise but it was hard to do so without compromising the audibility of the speakers. link to the playlist: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=1C9F9B977B8D26B5 Kliman's website: http://akliman.squarespace.com/ Freeman's website: http://econpapers.repec.org/RAS/pfr102.htm See my blog for the slides from these presentations and more info: http://kapitalism101.wordpress.com/2009/11/28/marx-and-temporalism-a-tutorial/
Views: 3341 brendanmcooney
Bach Prelude in D Major BWV 1007: Analysis and Interpretation
 
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Daniel Nistico is a passionate performer, writer and educator who specializes in the performance practice of 18th and 19th century guitar music. Daniel's teaching and research aims to revitalize the concept of being a well-rounded musician, with emphasis on musical ideas that can lead to deeper interpretive understanding and tools for composing and improvising. Daniel has performed across Australia, New Zealand, South America, North America, China and Europe. He has been described as "a truly gifted artist and soloist" (Christopher McGuire, Fort Worth Classic Guitar Society) and "a world class artist who plays at the highest levels of instrumental virtuosity" (Nicholas Goluses, Eastman School of Music). Daniel is also an enthusiastic chamber musician, frequently performing in Duo Vela with wife and duo partner Marla Nistico. For two free Skype lessons, visit: http://www.danielnistico.net/play-like-youve-always-dreamed.html To purchase my eBook Fundamental Harmony, visit: http://www.danielnistico.net/fundamental-harmony.html
Views: 43 Daniel Nistico
Movement Primitives as a Robotic Tool to Interpret Trajectories through Learning-by-doing
 
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A research study by Andrea Soltoggio and Andre Lemme Research Institute for Cognition and Robotics Published in the International Journal of Automation and Robotics Abstract. Articulated movements are fundamental in many human and robotic tasks. While humans can learn and generalise arbitrarily long sequences of movements, and particularly can optimise them to fit the constraints and features of their body, robots are often programmed to execute point-to-point precise but fixed patterns. This study proposes a new approach to interpreting and reproducing articulated and complex trajectories as a set of known robot-based primitives. Instead of achieving accurate reproductions, the proposed approach aims at interpreting data in an agent-centred fashion, according to an agent's primitive movements. The method improves the accuracy of a reproduction with an incremental process that seeks first a rough approximation by capturing the most essential features of a demonstrated trajectory. Observing the discrepancy between the demonstrated and reproduced trajectories, the process then proceeds with incremental decompositions and new searches in sub-optimal parts of the trajectory. The aim is to achieve an agent-centred interpretation and progressive learning that fits in the first place the robots' capability, as opposed to a data-centred decomposition analysis. Tests on both geometric and human generated trajectories reveal that the use of own primitives results in remarkable robustness and generalisation properties of the method. In particular, because trajectories are understood and abstracted by means of agent-optimised primitives, the method has two main features: (1) reproduced trajectories are general and represent an abstraction of the data, and (2) the algorithm is capable of reconstructing highly noisy or corrupted data without pre-processing thanks to an implicit and emergent noise suppression and feature detection. This study suggests a novel bio-inspired approach to interpreting, learning and reproducing articulated movements and trajectories. Possible applications include drawing, writing, movement generation, object manipulation and other tasks where the performance requires human-like interpretation and generalisation capabilities.
Views: 431 AMARSi Consortium
11 The Realistic Empirical Proof for the Religious Texts’ Interpretation
 
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This program explains in details the intellectual bases behind (A New Mind). (A New Mind) A scientific project aims to rationalize the religious and philosophical texts and formulate a new concept to the mind via the realistic empirical proof. Follow us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/A-New-Mind-1519677914751546/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/en_Anewmind FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/faisalalawami.En/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AlawamiFaisal
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IPMOCC Full direction solution video-Interpretation Act 1889
 
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IPMOCC Full direction solution video-Interpretation Act 1889, aims to spread awareness to the public about the Act of Parliament Rules to support the people understanding in regards to expressions and meanings in society, soon coming our news and media page to view full videp direction solution however keep check out our website and youtube channel for more direction solution, next dircetion solution will be about British Nationality and citizenship.
Views: 30 IPMOCC
Academic research and writing – Chapter 8 Interpretation – Unit 1 Context and relevance
 
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Academic research and writing – Chapter 8 Interpretation of a topic – Unit 1 Context and relevance https://academic-research-and-writing.org Academic research and writing Chapter 8 Interpretation of a topic Unit 1 Context and relevance Abstract: A well-thought-out interpretation of the topic is a prerequisite for the successful execution of a research project. Especially in academic settings, research candidates have not only the duty, but also the right to develop an interpretation of their topics. In some cases, the thesis advisor might assist the interpretation process. In other cases, research candidates have to derive an interpretation on their own. An ideal interpretation process starts with a negative and a positive interpretation of the topic and thereby the identification of possible aims. Once possible aims and their implications are known, the research candidate has to select one aim or a combination of aims. There are five possible aims: description, causal connection, intention, function, and comparison. The interpretation of a topic can be of an abstract (theoretical) or problem-based (applied) nature. Within the process of a problem-based interpretation, the empirical environment has to be considered. The identified aim predetermines the nature of possible research questions to be investigated. Key terms: Interpretation, positive interpretation, negative interpretation, abstract interpretation, problem-based interpretation, aim, description, causal connection, intention, function, comparison, research question Course website: https://academic-research-and-writing... Author's weblog: https://christiandecker.de Supported by: http://icademicus.com
Practical Tips for Interpreting Machine Learning Models - Patrick Hall, H2O.ai
 
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This talk was recorded at H2O World 2018 NYC on June 7th, 2018. The slides from the talk can be viewed here: https://www.slideshare.net/0xdata/practical-tips-for-interpreting-machine-learning-models-patrick-hall-h2oai Session description: The good news is building fair, accountable, and transparent machine learning systems is possible. The bad news is it’s harder than many blogs and software package docs would have you believe. The truth is nearly all interpretable machine learning techniques generate approximate explanations, that the fields of eXplainable AI (XAI) and Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency in Machine Learning (FAT/ML) are very new, and that few best practices have been widely agreed upon. This combination can lead to some ugly outcomes! This talk aims to make your interpretable machine learning project a success by describing fundamental technical challenges you will face in building an interpretable machine learning system, defining the real-world value proposition of approximate explanations for exact models, and then outlining the following viable techniques for debugging, explaining, and testing machine learning models: *Model visualizations including decision tree surrogate models, individual conditional expectation (ICE) plots, partial dependence plots, and residual analysis. *Reason code generation techniques like LIME, Shapley explanations, and Treeinterpreter. *Sensitivity Analysis. Plenty of guidance on when, and when not, to use these techniques will also be shared, and the talk will conclude by providing guidelines for testing generated explanations themselves for accuracy and stability. Open source examples (with lots of comments and helpful hints) for building interpretable machine learning systems are available to accompany the talk at: https://github.com/jphall663/interpretable_machine_learning_with_python Bio: Patrick Hall is senior director for data science products at H2O.ai where he focuses mainly on model interpretability. Patrick is also currently an adjunct professor in the Department of Decision Sciences at George Washington University, where he teaches graduate classes in data mining and machine learning. Prior to joining H2O.ai, Patrick held global customer facing roles and research and development roles at SAS Institute. Speaker's Bio: Patrick Hall is a senior director for data science products at H2o.ai where he focuses mainly on model interpretability. Patrick is also currently an adjunct professor in the Department of Decision Sciences at George Washington University, where he teaches graduate classes in data mining and machine learning. Prior to joining H2o.ai, Patrick held global customer facing roles and R & D research roles at SAS Institute. He holds multiple patents in automated market segmentation using clustering and deep neural networks. Patrick was the 11th person worldwide to become a Cloudera certified data scientist. He studied computational chemistry at the University of Illinois before graduating from the Institute for Advanced Analytics at North Carolina State University.
Views: 732 H2O.ai
MR Imaging of Perianal Fistulas a step-by-step guide for trainees (ESCP Trainee Video)
 
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This video aims to guide the trainee surgeon in the MR interpretation of perianal fistula including clinical operative correlates. This video is associated with a text under submission for publication in the journal Colorectal Disease and was recently shown at the ESCP meeting 2018 in Nice, France Click Subscribe to this channel for the most up to date content. Authors: David Zimmerman Department of Surgery, Tweesteden Ziekenhuis Vestiging Sint Elisabeth, Tilburg Noord-Brabant, Netherlands Email: [email protected] ORCID: http://orcid.org/0000-0002-0393-9350 Video associated with Colorectal Disease Journal (published by Wiley and associated with the Association of Coloproctology Great Britain and Ireland (ACPGBI), European Society of Coloproctology (ESCP) and Spanish Society of Coloproctology (SSC).
Academic research and writing – Chapter 8 Interpretation – Unit 5 Summary
 
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https://academic-research-and-writing.org Academic research and writing Chapter 8 Interpretation of a topic Unit 5 Summary Abstract: A well-thought-out interpretation of the topic is a prerequisite for the successful execution of a research project. Especially in academic settings, research candidates have not only the duty, but also the right to develop an interpretation of their topics. In some cases, the thesis advisor might assist the interpretation process. In other cases, research candidates have to derive an interpretation on their own. An ideal interpretation process starts with a negative and a positive interpretation of the topic and thereby the identification of possible aims. Once possible aims and their implications are known, the research candidate has to select one aim or a combination of aims. There are five possible aims: description, causal connection, intention, function, and comparison. The interpretation of a topic can be of an abstract (theoretical) or problem-based (applied) nature. Within the process of a problem-based interpretation, the empirical environment has to be considered. The identified aim predetermines the nature of possible research questions to be investigated. Key terms: Interpretation, positive interpretation, negative interpretation, abstract interpretation, problem-based interpretation, aim, description, causal connection, intention, function, comparison, research question Course website: https://academic-research-and-writing... Author's weblog: https://christiandecker.de Supported by: http://icademicus.com
Academic research and writing – Chapter 8 Interpretation of a topic – Primer
 
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https://academic-research-and-writing.org Academic research and writing Chapter 8 Interpretation of a topic Primer Abstract: A well-thought-out interpretation of the topic is a prerequisite for the successful execution of a research project. Especially in academic settings, research candidates have not only the duty, but also the right to develop an interpretation of their topics. In some cases, the thesis advisor might assist the interpretation process. In other cases, research candidates have to derive an interpretation on their own. An ideal interpretation process starts with a negative and a positive interpretation of the topic and thereby the identification of possible aims. Once possible aims and their implications are known, the research candidate has to select one aim or a combination of aims. There are five possible aims: description, causal connection, intention, function, and comparison. The interpretation of a topic can be of an abstract (theoretical) or problem-based (applied) nature. Within the process of a problem-based interpretation, the empirical environment has to be considered. The identified aim predetermines the nature of possible research questions to be investigated. Key terms: Interpretation, positive interpretation, negative interpretation, abstract interpretation, problem-based interpretation, aim, description, causal connection, intention, function, comparison, research question Course website: https://academic-research-and-writing.org Author's weblog: https://christiandecker.de Supported by: http://icademicus.com
Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Scoring (AIMSDVD.com)
 
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The Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale (AIMSDVD.com)Training DVD is a unique resource for educators. It visually presents the AIMS exam & the entire range of "abnormal involuntary movement" associated conditions such as "tardive dyskinesia" using a representative range of actual patients. It scores the patients at each clips end, using the scores of a panel of medical practitioners expert in the AIMS exam. For more information go to www.AIMSDVD.com
Views: 59621 Terry Barksdale
Hal Mayer   Evangelical and Their Aims    04-14-18
 
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Please be sure and visit our church website at: www.preparingfortheend.org to find more information about our fellowship and our ministry. Don't forget to subscribe to our channel. Mission statement for The Village Lighthouse Church: To follow Jesus' instructions in Matt. 28:19, 20 and to spread the Three Angels' Messages of Rev. 14:7-12, The Everlasting Gospel that will be preparing a people to be ready when Jesus comes to take them out of this world. God bless you.
Views: 1269 Village Lighthouse
Spirometry
 
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This educational video is provided to you by the European Respiratory Society. It has been developed to support the European Spirometry Driving Licence. It aims to demonstrate how to perform a routine spirometry test safely and how to improve the quality of the test and decrease the common errors.
Views: 97405 ERSeducation
GALWAY: M.A/Postgraduate Diploma in Conference Interpreting
 
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In this video, Susan Folan, course coordinator of #1MAC1 at NUIGalway gives an overview of the programme, which is the only one of its kind in Ireland. The course aims to provide students with the necessary skills and qualifications required to become a conference interpreter. Training is provided by conference interpreting professionals in both modes of conference interpreting (consecutive and simultaneous interpretation), the theory and practice of interpreting and the history of the profession. In order to prepare the students for their future professional careers, they are also furnished with communication skills, voice coaching, public speaking, professional ethics, conference preparation/procedures, along with working practices and conditions. The National University of Ireland Galway also organises a study week at the European Institutions which offering students a hands-on insight into the profession. Admission to the course is subject to success in both a suitability test and an interview. Sa bhfíseán seo déanann Susan Folan, comhordaitheoir an chúrsa, cur síos ar #1MAC1 ag OÉGaillimh, an t-aon chláir ateangireahcta in Éirinn. Déantar mic léinn a oiliúint chun an t-éileamh idirnáisiúnta d'ateangairí comhdhála cáilithe a shásamh. Déantar dianchleachtadh ar cheird na hateangaireachta agus chun mic léinn a ullmhú don saol gairmiúil dírítear ar scileanna cumarsáide, glóroiliúint,mar aon le nósanna eitice/imeachta comhdhála, cleachtais agus dálaí oibre. Déantar staidéar ar chúrsaí reatha, ar phróisis agus nósanna imeachta an A.E. agus eagraíochtaí idirnáisiúnta eile. Eagraíonn Ollscoil na hÉireann Gaillimh turas staidéir chuig Institiúidí na hEorpa chun léargas a thabhairt do na mic léinn ar obair na n-ateangairí comhdhála sna hinstitiúidí sin. Beidh ar iarrthóirí tabhairt faoi thriail infheidhmeachta agus agallamh chun a n-oiriúnacht don chlár a mheas, agus caithfidh siad pas a fháil iontu sin. MORE INFO ABOUT THIS VIDEO: http://lourdesderioja.com/
Views: 2915 lourdes De Rioja
Academic research and writing – Chapter 8 Interpretation – Unit 0 Agenda
 
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https://academic-research-and-writing.org Academic research and writing Chapter 8 Interpretation of a topic Unit 0 Agenda Abstract: A well-thought-out interpretation of the topic is a prerequisite for the successful execution of a research project. Especially in academic settings, research candidates have not only the duty, but also the right to develop an interpretation of their topics. In some cases, the thesis advisor might assist the interpretation process. In other cases, research candidates have to derive an interpretation on their own. An ideal interpretation process starts with a negative and a positive interpretation of the topic and thereby the identification of possible aims. Once possible aims and their implications are known, the research candidate has to select one aim or a combination of aims. There are five possible aims: description, causal connection, intention, function, and comparison. The interpretation of a topic can be of an abstract (theoretical) or problem-based (applied) nature. Within the process of a problem-based interpretation, the empirical environment has to be considered. The identified aim predetermines the nature of possible research questions to be investigated. Key terms: Interpretation, positive interpretation, negative interpretation, abstract interpretation, problem-based interpretation, aim, description, causal connection, intention, function, comparison, research question Course website: https://academic-research-and-writing... Author's weblog: https://christiandecker.de Supported by: http://icademicus.com
Al-Alsun Credit Hours Program in Translation and Simultaneous Interpreting
 
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The new program is based on the latest educational systems and comprises a number of curricula that develop the student's personality and boost his/ her intellectual, academic, practical and professional skills. The program aims at grooming professional translators and interpreters capable of catering for market needs, locally, regionally and internationally. يقدم البرنامج الجديد منظومة تتبع أحدث النظم التعليمية والتربوية من خلال مجموعة من المقررات التي تبني شخصية الطالب وتنمي فيه المهارات الفكرية والعلمية والتطبيقية والمهنية وتهتم بالتدريب الميداني والمعملي مما يخلق منه شخصية متكاملة وملمة بأدوات العصر. يهدف البرنامج إلى إعداد مترجمين محترفين في مجالات الترجمة التحريرية والشفوية قادرين على تلبية احتياجات سوق العمل على المستوى القومي والإقليمي والدولي.
Views: 1901 Manal Shalaby
VANILLA SKY - Movie Endings Explained (2001) Tom Cruise, Cameron Crowe fantasy film
 
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VANILLA SKY - Movie Endings Explained (2001) Tom Cruise, Cameron Crowe fantasy film SUBSCRIBE for more JoBlo Original Videos HERE: https://goo.gl/R9U81J Movie endings, they're usually pretty straight forward right? Everything pays off, the main characters learn something, and our heroes ride off into the sunset. Sometimes though, we don't get the typical ending from a movie, we get something much more nuanced, complex and open ended. The kind of endings that leave things up in the air for all of us to debate and theorize on until we're blue in the face. With Movie Endings Explained, we aim to delve into some of the more ambiguous and mysterious endings to films that have left audiences scratching their heads for years, and to attempt to explain them. In most cases, a definitive answer isn't really there, so we definitely want to hear from YOU on how you interpret the various endings we'll be discussing with this series. In this edition we're taking a look at Cameron Crowe's 2001 film VANILLA SKY, a dreamy psychological thriller starring Tom Cruise. Told almost entirely in flashback, the film centers around Cruise's character David Ames telling his life story to court psychologist Dr. McCabe (played by Kurt Russell) after he's been charged with murder. In the flashbacks, he's Tom Cruise, as you would expect, but in the interrogation room he wears a prosthetic mask over his face. The mystery deepens and unravels as the film reaches its big tiwst. In this video we take a look at what happens at the end of VANILLA SKY, the theories that have grown over the years about its final twist, and if the recently released alternate ending offers any more explanation! Check out our most popular series PLAYLISTS: 8-BIT TRAILERS: https://goo.gl/ofMrXn TOP 10 LISTS: https://goo.gl/yY74V3 AWFULLY GOOD MOVIES: https://goo.gl/LuxxyJ ROOMIES: https://goo.gl/etdL6P ...IS KINDA CRAZY: https://goo.gl/kj2wof MOVIE MISTAKES: https://goo.gl/J5PsPm EASTER EGGS: https://goo.gl/YOEQwI MOVIE TRIVIA POP-UP FACTS: https://goo.gl/l3RC80 WHERE IT WAS MADE: https://goo.gl/fXgT1j THE KILL COUNTER: https://goo.gl/e5fP1U JOBLO MOVIE PODCAST: https://goo.gl/m7vAaP FROM PAGE TO SCREEN: https://goo.gl/O8TW3K TRAILER BREAKDOWN: https://goo.gl/z2s53V COMIC BOOK MINUTE: https://goo.gl/VRf1eG THE BLACK SHEEP: https://goo.gl/4fseQe UNBOXING COLLECTIBLES: https://goo.gl/V2asoi OSCAR RETROSPECTIVES: https://goo.gl/k1ErdE
Views: 27949 JoBlo Videos
11 Steps to Read an ECG ( EKG )
 
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11 Steps to read an ECG. A methodical stepwise approach. www.MedicineStepByStep.com Please subscribe to keep up to date with the latest. Medicine Step by Step aims to deliver medical lectures in the simplest way possible, always building from the basics. Please subscribe to keep up to date with the latest.
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The Aims of Islam: Minister Shah-Allah Shabazz
 
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"Knowing, not knowing, and the quest for understanding: ignorance and literary hermeneutics"
 
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Dr. Dustin Breitenwischer (University of Freiburg) Lunch Lecture series "Ignorance - what we don't know", lecture held on January 12, 2017 Literary hermeneutics are driven by an inherent need to produce meaning and understanding through the interpretation of literary texts. In my lunch lecture I want to show that ignorance (understood as an emphatic mode of embracing the unknown and one’s own not-knowing) is an essential part of literary hermeneutics. Drawing on seminal works by 19th century US thinker Ralph Waldo Emerson, German philosopher Hans-Georg Gadamer, and more recent hermeneutic endeavors by scholars working in the tradition of Constance School reception aesthetics, my talk aims to provide an understanding of disciplinary ignorance that is based on a rejection of knowledge (Wissen) for the sake of gaining understanding (Verstehen). Meaning (Bedeutung), in that sense, is not produced by knowing but by dedicating oneself to conquer ever-new territories of the unknown. More information: https://www.frias.uni-freiburg.de/de/veranstaltungen/lunch-lectures
Depot Discoveries - Bus Electronic Scanning Indicator
 
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London Transport Museum's Depot in Acton is a treasure trove of vehicles, objects and artworks galore. As the site is a working store, adding labels or other forms of permanent interpretation to objects on display is a challenge as things are moved around or used by curators on a regular basis. Community curator Jen Kavanagh has been working in partnership with the Museum's Friends and volunteers to trial out a new form of interpretation. Named 'Depot Discoveries', the project aims to capture on camera interesting stories and professional knowledge about a range of items in our collection. These videos will then be accessible at the Depot via QR codes on small labels. We hope to roll the project out to a range of objects in the coming months. In this film, Barry Le Jeune shares his experience of the Bus Electronic Scanning Indicator, or BESI for short. Filming and editing by Geoff Marshall.
Depot Discoveries - York Road signal frame
 
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London Transport Museum's Depot in Acton is a treasure trove of vehicles, objects and artworks galore. As the site is a working store, adding labels or other forms of permanent interpretation to objects on display is a challenge as things are moved around or used by curators on a regular basis. Community curator Jen Kavanagh has been working in partnership with the Museum's Friends and volunteers to trial out a new form of interpretation. Named 'Depot Discoveries', the project aims to capture on camera interesting stories and professional knowledge about a range of items in our collection. These videos will then be accessible at the Depot via QR codes on small labels. We hope to roll the project out to a range of objects in the coming months. In this film, Bill Collins shares his knowledge of the York Road signal frame, including how he and other volunteers have restored it to working order. Filming and editing by Geoff Marshall.
Interpretation and Translation Program: Grad Story
 
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Do you speak another language? Here’s how our Interpretation and Translation Diploma grad Krissy H. used her bilingualism to start a new career. Krissy has always loved languages. While translating for her family and friends, she realized she wanted to use language as part of her career and enrolled in SFU Continuing Studies' Interpretation and Translation Diploma program to learn how to translate professionally. Now, she’s able to combine her love for languages with her job as an account executive for a Japanese company. Learn more about our Interpretation and Translation programs: http://at.sfu.ca/YOqYTN Learn more about SFU Continuing Studies: http://www.sfu.ca/continuing-studies.html
AIMS Master Class MICHÈLE CRIDER
 
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Great soprano MICHÈLE CRIDER gives Master Class at AIMS Graz. Students and music pieces: 1. Tonya Laree Simon sings "Tu che di gel sei cinta" from TURANDOT by Puccini 2. Ambar Colon sing "Après un reve" by Fauré 3. Arelle Oberlander sings "Ah, guggi il traditor" from DON GIOVANNI by Mozart 4. Amy Burgar sings "Ah, non credea mirati" from LA SONNAMBULA by Bellini 5. Elizabeth Rodriguez sings "Glück, das mir verblieb" from DIE TOTE STADT by Korngold 6. Kayla White sings "My name is gone now" from PORGY AND BESS by Gershwin 7. Leslie Collins sings "Wasserrose" by R. Strauss 8. Maria Kublashvili sings "A vos jeux, mes amis" from HAMLET by Thomas 9. Jenna Weaver sings "Ach, ich fühl's" from "DIE ZAUBERFLÖTE by Mozart 10. Brianna Stutzman sings "Dove sono" from LE NOZZE DI FIGARO by Mozart 11. Giles Simmer sings "Caro nome" from RIGOLETTO by Verdi Piano: Jennifer Boulder and Jefrey Brown for more details: www.aimsgraz.at
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La Notte Interpretation- Sydney
 
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This video is a brief interpretation of Michelangelo Antonioni's 1961 film "La Notte." This project was completed for a university assignment and aims to capture "a night of encounters," in and around the University of Technology Sydney. Freddie Lawther Student Number: 2956665
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Depot Discoveries - R49 Stock
 
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London Transport Museum's Depot in Acton is a treasure trove of vehicles, objects and artworks galore. As the site is a working store, adding labels or other forms of permanent interpretation to objects on display is a challenge as things are moved around or used by curators on a regular basis. Community curator Jen Kavanagh has been working in partnership with the Museum's Friends and volunteers to trial out a new form of interpretation. Named 'Depot Discoveries', the project aims to capture on camera interesting stories and professional knowledge about a range of items in our collection. These videos will then be accessible at the Depot via QR codes on small labels. We hope to roll the project out to a range of objects in the coming months. In this film, Tom Cavanagh shares his knowledge of the R49 Stock tube train. Filming and editing by Geoff Marshall.
A possible Timeless interpretation of concepts raised in Prof Cox's "Science of Dr WHO".
 
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"A Brief history of Timelessness" (https://www.timelessness.co.uk)... Is about scientifically, and logically exploring the possibility that if the matter and energy of the universe just exists, moves, changes and interacts, as we clearly, and perhaps only observe, then this may be enough to explain the thoughts in our minds we "call" "memories of the past", and, "ideas about the future". If these thought are "just" here now, as everything seems to be, then perhaps we are wrong to assume there is also really a "past" and/or "future". If there is no actual past or future, then perhaps we are fundamentally wrong to assume a thing called time exists and flows between them... Thus perhaps Einstein is wrong to declare "time IS that which clocks measure", in stead perhaps "clocks" are just motors, and show only that things can exist, and move, and are slowed down by gravity or speed - "dilating" only in their own rates of change, and not proving that there is also an extra dimension of time that is dilated. For more info see the site https://www.timelessness.co.uk more general aspects of 'time' Timelessness, Downstairs at the Kings Head London (rt) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSJ8A-w78xM Time travel, Worm hole, billiard ball' paradox, Timelessly. (re Paul Davies- New scientist article) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wc5cRGOGIEU or eBook... http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00I09XHMQ matt marsden ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Note: This video has "Interactive Transcriptions", you can jump to part of the talk by clicking on the appropriate sentence in the transcription (or use the headings below). (Follow on talk @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSJ8A-w78xM (live PowerPoint) ) 00:00 Intro 01:18 Start of talk 03:45 (not) 'Taking' time to move 05:52 Personal human memories 06:53 Dr WHO and Special Relativity 08:13 Stopping Time at 'c' 08:45 A Problem with 'light clocks' 10:33 "are the doors to the PAST closed?" 11:16 Watching the ORIGINAL Dr WHO Episode 1 12:05 Dr WHO and General Relativity 'WORM HOLE paradox' 12:29 Worm hole 'paradox' 14:02 Possible 'timeless' Worm=Hole solution 15:08 'timeless' Quantum Mechanics 16:03 entering a black hole 16:21 Meeting Michael Faraday 16:51 burning photograph 17:44 Disintegrated Faraday 18:14 timeless conclusion 18:29 more detailed "brief history of timelessness" live ppt talk *Intro...* First, please allow me to be clear. In *"A Brief History of Timelessness"*, what i am suggesting is a _possible_ way of looking at the world differently, i am not saying 'the universe is timeless', but, that the idea seems to make a great deal of sense to me. And, seems worth holding against and comparing to existing theories suggesting "that a thing called time must exist". Logically i am an *"is-ist"*, that is, however the world is, then, that is, how it is. And as a human the best i can is try to accurately understand how *it "is"*. We do this in common sense, and highly scientific, ways, and so far it certainly seems to me that our understanding, though incomplete in areas, is *amazingly deep beautiful and clear*, in fact, almost as deep, beautiful, and clear, as the thing we are looking at, the universe, and the thing, _our brains and minds_, that we use, to look at it with. m.marsden *About this video...* In his excellent BBC lecture, "The Science of Dr WHO", presented at the royal institution London, Professor Brian Cox discusses his wish to Time-Travel back into the past, so he could meet his heros. This video is an attempt to answer Professor Cox's, and Whovian's, key Time-Travel questions from a fundamental angle that most ordinary people, and scientists may have never even considered, -and- which aims to be scientific and, If 'wrong', at least uniquely thought provoking. - For more info check out... https://www.Timelessness.co.uk http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00I09XHMQ or watch some of the other "timelessness" videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNd4pzAN0qc&list=PLlRGT208aiJFeFw1z5GPGbRpYmrdMNgun Yours Matthew Marsden
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Here (ASL Interpretation)
 
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Enjoy an interpretation from the English song Here, by Carissa Harris, Deaf Studies Bachelors Candidate Fall 2018 for the Interpreting Emphasis course, Special topics: Educational Interpreting: ASL 4382. Disclaimer: People often say that Deaf people don't like students to learn to interpret music because it isn't something they care about. But the truth is, there is a portion of the Deaf community that does enjoy interpreted music. This program aims to teach all skills, even ones a small percentage of people will enjoy. Captioning and interpretation done by: Carissa Harris.
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Depot Discoveries - LT Type Bus
 
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London Transport Museum's Depot in Acton is a treasure trove of vehicles, objects and artworks galore. As the site is a working store, adding labels or other forms of permanent interpretation to objects on display is a challenge as things are moved around or used by curators on a regular basis. Community curator Jen Kavanagh has been working in partnership with the Museum's Friends and volunteers to trial out a new form of interpretation. Named 'Depot Discoveries', the project aims to capture on camera interesting stories and professional knowledge about a range of items in our collection. These videos will then be accessible at the Depot via QR codes on small labels. We hope to roll the project out to a range of objects in the coming months. In this film, Richard Moules shares his knowledge of the LT Type bus. Filming and editing by Geoff Marshall.
Interpreting our world in a new decade - Short Film Competition
 
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The NAATI Regional Advisory Committee of Western Australia (RAC) is pleased to announce that it will be presenting another Translating and Interpreting Awareness Day event themed titled 'INTERPRETING OUR WORLD IN A NEW DECADE' in Harmony Week, March 2011. NAATI is a not-for-profit organization with the primary purpose of strengthening inclusion and participation in Australian society by assisting in meeting its diverse and changing communication needs and expectations. The translating and interpreting awareness day (TIAD) will be of interest to representatives of organisations involved in working with community groups, working with people of diverse backgrounds and languages, and those learning languages other than English. People working in the interpreting industry and members of ethnic and multicultural community organisations will also find the event of interest. The aims of the TIAD are to: • Raise awareness of language access for people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities; • Encourage people to consider the challenges of language diversity in engaging with our community; and • Promote better access to interpreters and translators for those from culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
Views: 1349 NAATI2011
Interpretation and Translation Devices, quality at unbelievable price!
 
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“Language is the only barrier separating communities across the world from interacting with each other.” Quality doesn't mean always expensive and we proove it. Company Profile Translation India, country’s leading provider of high-tech language interpretation and services on rent, found its bearings in 2001. From a humble beginning it has become India’s largest aequipment rental company with presence across all major metro cities, Translation India has come a long way. Our Services 1. BOSCH Interpretation Equipment High-tech multilingual interpretation system on rent for Multilanguage conferences, international events with advanced digital technology, 32 channels and compatibility with silent conference system. 2. RF Simultaneous Interpretation System Attend n number of conferences from anywhere within 500m radius with the aid of FM based simultaneous interpretation system that allows multiple interpretations in all major languages at the same time! 3. Silent Conference equipment Organize multiples conferences under the same roof at the same time and place with our innovative silent conference system with multiple channels. It reduces cost, saves time and meets challenges of limited space. 4. Sennheiser Tour Guide System Operate efficiently in a noisy factory or busy plant site with our tour guide system complete with mic for the guide, transmitters and headphones for crystal clear sound to the guests. 5. Audience Response System (Voting Pads) Super advanced electronic voting pads for holding engaging & interactive events like conferences, product launch, discussions etc. It lets you know instant opinions of participants. 6. Silent Disco Headphone Try our new trendsetting silent disco headphones with 40mm speakers, upto 3 channels for silent garba, dandiya, movie or DJ night! 7. Bosch Delegate Microphone Get user friendly, easy to install, mobile, digital discussion systems for a wide range of events like board meetings, conventions, hotel events. Available in wired system 8. Audio guide Useful for travel agencies, one can use it for prerecorded audio for visiting historical places. 9. Buzzer Suitable for quizzes, the participants press these dome buzzers of superior technology when they wish to answer 10. Sound Proof Interpretation Booth A highly advanced, professional and well-built sound proof interpretation booth for providing peaceful area to work for upto 3 translators per booth for a smooth translation service of international standards. 11. Language Translation Service Effective and professional translation services in all major languages including Hindi, English, Japanese, Korean, Tamil, Arab, Spanish etc. Translation India aims to unite the whole world with language no longer a barrier for anyone!
Depot Discoveries - Beardmore Taxi
 
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London Transport Museum's Depot in Acton is a treasure trove of vehicles, objects and artworks galore. As the site is a working store, adding labels or other forms of permanent interpretation to objects on display is a challenge as things are moved around or used by curators on a regular basis. Community curator Jen Kavanagh has been working in partnership with the Museum's Friends and volunteers to trial out a new form of interpretation. Named 'Depot Discoveries', the project aims to capture on camera interesting stories and professional knowledge about a range of items in our collection. These videos will then be accessible at the Depot via QR codes on small labels. We hope to roll the project out to a range of objects in the coming months. In this film, Guy Marriott shares his stories about the Beardmore Taxi. Filming and editing by Geoff Marshall.
Depot Discoveries - E1 Tram II
 
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London Transport Museum's Depot in Acton is a treasure trove of vehicles, objects and artworks galore. As the site is a working store, adding labels or other forms of permanent interpretation to objects on display is a challenge as things are moved around or used by curators on a regular basis. Community curator Jen Kavanagh has been working in partnership with the Museum's Friends and volunteers to trial out a new form of interpretation. Named 'Depot Discoveries', the project aims to capture on camera interesting stories and professional knowledge about a range of items in our collection. These videos will then be accessible at the Depot via QR codes on small labels. We hope to roll the project out to a range of objects in the coming months. In this film, Richard Moules shares his memories of the E/1 tram. Filming and editing by Geoff Marshall.
Depot Discoveries - GS64 bus
 
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London Transport Museum's Depot in Acton is a treasure trove of vehicles, objects and artworks galore. As the site is a working store, adding labels or other forms of permanent interpretation to objects on display is a challenge as things are moved around or used by curators on a regular basis. Community curator Jen Kavanagh has been working in partnership with the Museum's Friends and volunteers to trial out a new form of interpretation. Named 'Depot Discoveries', the project aims to capture on camera interesting stories and professional knowledge about a range of items in our collection. These videos will then be accessible at the Depot via QR codes on small labels. We hope to roll the project out to a range of objects in the coming months. In this film, Sean Barlow shares his knowledge of the GS64 bus. Filming and editing by Geoff Marshall.
Dr Chris Dey discusses the aim of their research at the ISA
 
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The team at Integrated Sustainability Analysis (ISA) in the School of Physics at Sydney University aims to provide research and data that will help people make informed decisions around questions of sustainability. Chris talks about - What is an ecological footprint and what can it tell us? ABOUT - Dr Christopher Dey Christopher Dey is a Senior Research Fellow in the Integrated Sustainability Analysis (ISA) team in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney. His research interests are broadly in renewable energy and sustainability analysis. His sustainability analysis work concerns incorporating physical and social indicators into the macro economic structure of economies, as provided by input-output analysis. He has a PhD from the University of Sydney. He teaches energy and environmental science courses in the Bachelor and Masters of Environmental Science degrees.
Views: 143 Habitat the Game
Citizen Science at EPA
 
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EPA’s citizen science program was established to provide an opportunity for volunteers to be involved with scientific projects in their local communities. Involvement can include project design, data collection and field work, and interpretation of results. The program aims to engage the community in the scientific work that underpins our decision making. It aims to create a two-way working relationship between EPA and the Victorian community, promoting a shared understanding of important environmental issues. You can find out more about citizen science and suggest local environmental areas for investigation at epa.vic.gov.au/citizenscience
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Criterion vs Norm Referenced Assessment: Examples & Evaluation
 
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Check out this great Power Point Presentation on Teacher's Guide to Classroom Assessments for further understanding https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Teachers-Guide-to-Assessments-3659168 found at my TPT store. The purpose of this video is to illustrate the differences between norm referenced, sometimes called norm based assessments, and that of criterion based assessments. These two assessments types are very different, and the video aims to highlight the important differences between the two videos. The video begins by describing the difference in purpose between both criterion and norm based assessments. Next, the way each assessment is graded is differentiated. Norm and criterion assessments are far from each other in terms of the way they are graded. Norm and criterion referenced assessments are differentiated in their testing procedures and testing process. They are also differentiated in number of students tested and assessed. Criterion vs norm based assessments is part of an assessment playlist designed to help educators utilize and improve instruction for all students in their classroom. This video is also very useful for any teachers looking to get a full understanding of both criterion and norm based assessments. Many examples of norm referenced, also known as norm based assessments for educators to get a real feel of the assessment type. Just the same, their are many examples criterion referenced assessment as well.
Views: 25910 Teachings in Education
Interlude for Trayvon (Ignorance is Bliss)
 
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The video is an artistic interpretation that aims to do no more than to pose the question, "What if?". It is not intended to convey thoughts on George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin or the Martin case itself. Our hearts are with the Martin family in their time of loss.
Views: 952 EducatedHustlers