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ICT in het voortgezet onderwijs - 1. intro.mp4

Michel Berendsen
Deze video is de eerste in een reeks van vijf video's over ICT in het voortgezet onderwijs. De video's zijn gemaakt tijdens een gesprek met experts op het gebied van ICT. Ze zijn bedoeld als voorbereiding op het college ICT in het onderwijs van de lerarenopleiding van de Universiteit Utrecht.

ICT in het voortgezet onderwijs - 5. Tips voor docenten

Michel Berendsen
Deze video is de laatste in een reeks van vijf video's over ICT in het voortgezet onderwijs. De video's zijn gemaakt tijdens een gesprek met experts op het gebied van ICT. Ze zijn bedoeld als voorbereiding op het college ICT in het onderwijs van de lerarenopleiding van de Universiteit Utrecht.

ICT en onderwijs: TPACK, blended learning, flipping the classroom

Michel Berendsen
Deze PowerPoint gaat over de onderwerpen TPACK, blended learning en flipping the classroom

Using Seasonal Abundance Patterns to Improve Monitoring Programs and Conservation Decision-Making: An American Alligator Example

Abby Lawson
Robust species monitoring programs are a cornerstone of successful wildlife management. Abundance, occupancy, and other demographic data derived from monitoring efforts are frequently used to inform management decisions (e.g., harvest rates). However, reliability of monitoring data is heavily influenced by study design components, such as seasonal timing and replication. For example, seasonal variation in a species’ habitat use in surveyed areas may violate assumptions of geographic closure (i.e., temporary emigration) resulting in inaccurate population estimates....

Ontdekkend leren

Michel Berendsen & Gijsbert Erkens
Deze Powerpoint gaat over ontdekkend leren met ICT.

Using Seasonal Abundance Patterns to Improve Monitoring Programs and Conservation Decision-Making: An American Alligator Example (11/03/2015)

Abby Lawson
*Presented November 3rd, 2015 at the 69th Annual Conference of the Southeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies*
ABSTRACT:Robust species monitoring programs are a cornerstone of successful wildlife management. Abundance, occupancy, and other demographic data derived from monitoring efforts are frequently used to inform management decisions (e.g., harvest rates). However, reliability of monitoring data is heavily influenced by study design components, such as seasonal timing and replication. For example, seasonal variation in a species’ habitat use...

Gamification

Michel Berendsen, Gijsbert Erkens & Frans Kranenburg
Deze PowerPoint gaat over gamification.

New draft item

Michel Berendsen, Gijsbert Erkens & Frans Kranenburg
Deze PowerPoint gaat over gamification.

Samenwerkend en sociaal leren

Michel Berendsen
Deze Powerpoint gaat over samenwerkend en sociaal leren met ICT.

American Alligator Home Range and Movement Patterns in Coastal South Carolina

Abby Lawson
*I gave variations of of this talk at the following meetings:-May 25th, 2016, Crocodile Specialist Group Working Meeting-March 11th, 2016, Palmetto Alligator Research Symposium-March 9th, 2016, South Carolina Chapter of the Wildlife Society Annual Meeting
ABSTRACT:Movement patterns have profound implications for many ecological processes like species abundance and distribution, predator-prey interactions, and habitat selection. In the southeastern United States, American alligators (Alligator mississippiensis) are a keystone species, capable of altering habitat structure and function. Therefore, alligator...

Improve Research Visibility by Establishing a Academic Blog

Nader Ale Ebrahim
Academic blogs help researchers to establish expertise, forge new intellectual bonds in their discipline, and give them a place to test out new ideas and promote their research. Blog services provide your research seen by more non-academics than your peer reviewed papers will ever be. The importance of Academic Blog is not to be dismissed. Blogs are a vital tool for academics to publicly communicate about research developments and findings. Academics can also gain feedback...

Opinn aðgangur að vísindaefni

In Icelandic.

Slides with a lecture about Open Access to Scientific materials.

The lectere were at the conference
Afmælisráðstefna um Upplýsingafræði 60 ár í Háskóla Íslands, at the National and University Library of Iceland, 18. November 2016.

#scidata16 -- Antica Culina -- FAIR data, Meta-Analysis and Evolutionary Biology: How good are these ingredients and can they mix well to produce a better science?

Talk given at #scidata16 on 26/10/16 Antica Culina – FAIR data, Meta-Analysis and Evolutionary Biology: How good are these ingredients and can they mix well to produce a better science? #scidata16 was held by Scientific Data, Wellcome Trust and Springer Nature to promote the opportunities and advantages of open research data. Find out more and access all the videos and slide from the event here: http://www.nature.com/openresearch/scidata16/

#scidata2016 -- Andrew L. Hufton -- The importance of research data for getting published

Talk given at #scidata16 on 26/10/16 Andrew L. Hufton – The importance of research data for getting published #scidata16 was held by Scientific Data, Wellcome Trust and Springer Nature to promote the opportunities and advantages of open research data. Find out more and access all the videos and slide from the event here: http://www.nature.com/openresearch/scidata16/

Atmospheric transport over terrain

James Shaw
Almost all operational weather forecast models represent terrain using terrain-following meshes that become highly-distorted over steep slopes. An alternative is the cut cell method but, while cut cell meshes are less distorted compared to terrain-following meshes, arbitrarily small cut cells are created that constraint the time-step for explicit numerical methods.
This motivates a new type of mesh that avoids arbitrarily small cells and most mesh distortions. Combined with a new transport scheme that is formulated for...

zqd.tif

Philip Park
Spiking cell analysis.
zqd.tif : voltage imaging with peptide coated nanorods. ANEPPS.tif : voltage imaging with ANEPPS

zqd.tif

Philip Park
Spiking cell analysis.
zqd.tif : voltage imaging with peptide coated nanorods. ANEPPS.tif : voltage imaging with ANEPPS

Additional file 8: Figure S1. of Genetic basis of nitrogen use efficiency and yield stability across environments in winter rapeseed

, Anne Laperche, Christine Bissuel-Belaygue, Cécile Baron, Jérôme Morice, Mathieu Rousseau-Gueutin, , Pierre George, Xavier Pinochet, Thomas Foubert, Olivier Maes, Damien Dugué, Florent Guinot & Nathalie Nesi
QTL mapping onto the WOSR map. (PPTX 272 kb)

The epigenetic regulation of Dicer and microRNA biogenesis by Panobinostat

Nicholas C. Hoffend, William J. Magner & Thomas B. Tomasi
microRNAs (miRs) are small noncoding RNAs that regulate/fine tune many cellular protein networks by targeting mRNAs for either degradation or translational inhibition. Dicer, a type III endoribonuclease, is a critical component in miR biogenesis and is required for mature microRNA production. Abnormal Dicer expression occurs in numerous cancer types and correlates with poor patient prognosis. Recent reports have demonstrated that epigenetic agents, including histone deacetylase inhibitors (HDACi), may regulate Dicer and miR expression. HDACi are...

Communicating research with Altmetric data: A University of Stirling Case Study

Presented by Fiona Millar at Altmetricon, November 2016.

Radio diagnostics of electron acceleration sites during the eruption of a flux rope in the solar corona

Eoin Carley
Talk given at European Space Weather Week, 2016, Oostende, Belgium

ESWW13 Sunspot Group Evolution and Flare Forecasting

Aoife McCloskey, Shaun Bloomfield & Peter Gallagher
My presentation I gave at ESWW13 explaining most recent work on sunspot group evolution and it's application as an operational forecasting tool

Approaches to Additivity

Thomas Backhaus
This is a slidedeck that I used at a workshop on the hazard and risk assessment of so-called UVCB substance (substances of "unknown or variable composition, complex. reaction products or biological materials"), in Orlando (Florida), in October 2016.

It provides a general overview on the additivity approaches commonly used for mixture hazard and risk assessment.

As usual: comments welcome!

Multi-Stakeholder Global Handle Registry - Enabling Digital Sovereignty

Christophe Blanchi
The DONA Foundation (DONA) was constituted in Geneva in early 2014 in part to administer and maintain the stable operation of the Global Handle Registry (GHR) along with multiple parties around the globe known as the Multi-Primary Administrators (MPAs). Responsibility for the GHR, previously held solely by CNRI in Reston Virginia USA, was transferred to the DONA Foundation in May, 2014. Since then, five MPAs have been authorized and credentialed by DONA to provide global...

Event rate animation - INO

Bradley Kavanagh, Riccardo Catena & Chris Kouvaris
Animations showing the relative change in the Dark Matter (DM) direct detection rate, caused by DM particles scattering in the Earth. The map is an orthographic projection focused on the INO lab in India (latitude 9.7N).
We assume a CRESST-II-like detector in calculating the rate and we consider 3 different DM-nucleon interactions from the NREFT of arXiv:1203.3542: O1, O8 and O12.
In all cases, the DM mass is 0.5 GeV, with DM-nucleon interaction strength set to...

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