All Blog Posts Tagged 'computer' (19)

Play and Experiment with Music with NodeBeat Music Sequencer, for the iPad, Phone, and iPod Touch

If you love music and have an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch, you'll have fun exploring and experimenting with NodeBeat. As soon as I get my iPad, I plan to get this app!  This would be a great asset for music educators, and at 99 cents, it is very affordable.…





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Added by Lynn Marentette on April 23, 2011 at 8:30am — No Comments

Introducing Mathematics and Multimedia

Hi everyone. I would like to introduce my blog, the Mathematics and Multimedia

This blog has two main themes: one is mathematics and the other is multimedia. The mathematics part will discuss ideas behind mathematical concepts from elementary to undergraduate topics.  The multimedia part will discuss the use of different media such as text, graphics, sounds, video and animation in teaching mathematics. Mathematics and…

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Added by Guillermo Bautista on February 8, 2011 at 7:43pm — 1 Comment

Using VoiceThread Technology in the College Classroom

Recently, I decided to make a VoiceThread for use in my 20th C. American Literature class. I started exploring different teaching strategies for my students when I realized that they were not very excited to read and respond in the traditional way. A VoiceThread is a wonderful tool which enables you, the instructor, to upload your media file (like a slide presentation), add your voice to it, and then allows the students to add their comments as well. The entire VT then can be seen by either… Continue

Added by Vicki Phillips on June 7, 2010 at 10:30am — No Comments

Computer Assisted Language Learning in Arizona

I will be moving to Arizona to teach at ASU in the American English and Culture Program. I am really happy about going back to live in a place where the sun shines everyday. As I sit here in a very dark and gloomy Kalamazoo, Mi.


I have been using computers in the classroom for a while and I am always looking for people to share new ideas with me. While living here in Michigan I discovered the Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning. This organization…
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Added by Carol E. Kubota on April 25, 2010 at 7:12am — 2 Comments

Computer Games and Traditional CS Courses

Integrating computer games into existing CS courses may help attract students to the field, but there are guidelines to be considered.



Since computing is the foundation of modern society, a proficient computing work force is essential for maintaining the country's leadership and competitiveness in the global economy. The recent decline in enrollments across computer science (CS) departments and the decrease in student diversity pose significant challenges to the continuation of the… Continue

Added by Kevin Chilton on November 25, 2009 at 3:30am — No Comments

Wondershare offers 50% Discount for Back-to-School Sale

- Wondershare honors trainers and training by offering up to 50% discount pricing on all products on this year's back-to-school shopping season. Considering economic downturn is still a major factor to affect customer's spending expenditure, all customers who need e-Learning authoring tools for training and learning could enjoy up to 50% discount on all products.



"We have great e-Learning authoring tools for money-conscious Windows users who want to seek for easy-to-use yet powerful… Continue

Added by Tim on September 2, 2009 at 11:41pm — No Comments

Screen Recorder Software in Computer Science Teaching

Abstract: This paper introduces the main functions of the screen recorder software. Combined with the characteristics of computer science courses and teaching methods commonly used, screen recorder software is playing a more and more important role. Practice has proved that screen recorder software improves the learning and teaching effectiveness. It is a helpful tool to facilitate teaching of professional computer science courses.



As students of the major of… Continue

Added by Tim on August 26, 2009 at 1:00am — No Comments

Costco Pairs With Gazelle for Old Tech Trade-Ins

I hadn’t heard this yet. What a great idea. Not in small part because it’s difficult to get rid of old computer monitors and CPUs. Thanks, Costco.



By Geoffrey A. Fowler



Last week, Costco quietly rolled out a new partnership with Web site Gazelle to encourage its legions of discount shoppers to trade in their old… Continue

Added by Jacqui Murray on July 20, 2009 at 11:00am — No Comments

Screen Recording in Computer Teaching and Training

In the production of multi-media courseware presentation, we often need to capture the computer screen actions of operating the application, such as tracking the movement of the mouse and the keystrokes from the keyboard, and so on. That is to make a multimedia animation presentation document from your onscreen activity. And they can be used for software training and self-learning. The research shows that screen recording applied to teaching and training receives a good… Continue

Added by Tim on July 10, 2009 at 2:52am — No Comments

Java

I will be teaching Java next year; here is a quick screencast on the differences and simmilarities of Java and C++:



the full write up with reference links and code is at: JS Wiki Java





have fun,

enjoy the… Continue

Added by Geoff St. Pierre on June 24, 2009 at 9:00pm — No Comments

Hello World Screencast.

created hello world screencast with the jing software; published to the Computer Science wiki text.

HelloWorldCast.swf

A quick tutorial on writing Hello World in C++; using vim, GNU g++.


Have fun;
Geoff.

Added by Geoff St. Pierre on April 29, 2009 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Acceptable Use Policies: For our benefit.



At class last Tuesday, Mr. E. gave out an article about the substitute teacher Mrs. Julie Amero and how she was wrongly accused of looking up adult content while students were watching. But in reality, she had stepped out of the classroom and came back to see the students at at hairstyle site, which ended up having endless amounts of… Continue

Added by Mai Chan on March 23, 2009 at 10:30am — No Comments

Avatars Used to Translate Text and Speech into Sign Language for the Deaf - By Lance Winslow

By Lance Winslow



You know those cute little characters you pick to represent you on Internet forums and Blogs, well imagine a dynamic Avatar that works with speech recognition software and coverts it to sign language? A deaf person could attend Professor Lectures, Speeches or listen in on a group discussion without having to read lips. How about a Text to sign language Avatar that would read a book to a deaf person or an… Continue

Added by Lance Winslow on February 22, 2009 at 1:50am — No Comments

MediaWiki, LaTeX and teTeX

Spent the greater part of the day getting matrices and \mathbb to work on my FreeBSD/MediaWiki install.



The issue is with amsfonts. I installed the latex port, but this does not include amsfonts. Deinstalled and installed teTeX, restarted apache and voila I now have vectors, matrices, and more.





Visit: Maths to see some matrices and \mathbb's



I posted what I did in some detail to:…

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Added by Geoff St. Pierre on February 20, 2009 at 6:31pm — No Comments

Updated Maths

I have updated the Maths text to include a section on completing the square; some rearranging has occurred. And I added some nice graphs; some of the graphs need to be replaced with "more professional" looking graphs.



Does anybody know of a program for Linux or Mac where I can put multiple graphs, label points, put custom labels on the x and y-axis, and export as *.png files?



I am also going to try and make… Continue

Added by Geoff St. Pierre on February 17, 2009 at 7:14pm — No Comments

Creating Life Long Learners

So we went to the computer lab today for 1/2 an hour and I gave them this assignment.



Visit http://www.scholastic.com/kids/stacks and check out any book or author page you'd like. Then write down at least FIVE new things you learned from visiting those pages.



The kids were like, "We can visit ANY author on this page?" and, "We can look at ANY book site on… Continue

Added by Michelle TeGrootenhuis on February 17, 2009 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Elementary Tech Teachers SMARTBoard Tech Lessons?

Elementary Technology Teachers teach how-to.... and integrate technologies. We must spend time teaching how to use software and hardware so that students can apply tech skills in other areas. In our struggle of encouraging everyone to integrate SMARTBoards and other IWBs, I find that we do not have many of the tech How-To... lessons for the IWBs. SmartBoard and Promethean lessons for curriculum topics are springing up all over, but we still cannot ignore the basic technology knowledge needs.… Continue

Added by JoNelle on October 9, 2008 at 5:00pm — 1 Comment

Inviting all computer aides!

It would be nice to know what you use in your labs in the way of software, etc. and what you have found that is a great tool for the Texas TAKS in the way of review.

Thanks, Debbie Logan

Added by Debbie Logan on June 30, 2008 at 9:35am — No Comments

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