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  • Queen Mary Two Step

    n/a Dance devised by Mats Melin in October 2007 whilst teaching Ceilidh dancing on board the cruise ship Queen Mary 2 crossing the Atlantic from Southampton to New York and back with the Ian Muir Sound from Prestwick. The segment of music featured is from Ian Muir Scottish Dance Band's recording of an Eva Three step.

    Case study: examining the design and educational considerations in developing and implementing a French course using Moodle for use on mobile devices

    non-peer-reviewed This case study aimed to examine the effectiveness of a Moodle site designed with mobile devices in mind. Mobile devices can be used in a mobile learning (M-Learning) environment which may prove to be more successful than traditional learning for today???s technically minded students. A potential exists to combine mobility in a learning environment to provide learning anywhere and at any time. Students have the opportunity to communicate interactively with their peers or ...

    Chapter 1: the contexts of urban settings

    peer-reviewed Undertaking pedagogical research in urban settings is not at all like conducting similar research in other settings. In a recent study in middle schools, we arranged the research team, sought and obtained various permissions to conduct the study, and met with the teachers over the summer to prepare. In the fall, 3 weeks after the start of school, the district announced that owing to decreased enrollments it was going to close at least fi ve schools and terminat...

    Interactive techniques to support the configuration of complex feature models.

    peer-reviewed Whenever a software engineer derives a product from a product line, he has to resolve variability by making con guration decisions. This con guration process can become rather complex because of depen- dencies within the variability model and knock-on e ects and dependencies in other related artefacts. Because of the limited cognitive capacity of the human engineer, this complexity limits the ability of handling product lines with large con guration spaces. To address this...

    Semiconductor development in Ireland: reducing 'development stress' caused by digital hardware and embedded software team interaction

    peer-reviewed Today's consumer electronic products are complex, multi-discipline systems, far beyond just physical gates on a semiconductor chip. Their development involves a delicate mix of engineering disciplines and technologies such as analog hardware, digital hardware, software, board design, semiconductor physics and chemical engineering. The research presented in this dissertation examines the specific relationship between the integration of digital hardware and software deve...
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