Commercialisation and Entrepreneurship in Technology
* Business analysis: The learner will be able to document an analysis of a business in terms of functions and processes, to identify and quantify improvements to reduce costs, enhance sustainability, with specifications and acceptance criteria for information and communication systems.
* Innovation Planning: The learner will be able to prepare a plan to exploit business opportunities provided by IT, for more efficient and effective performance of an existing or new businesses.
Creator: Tom Worthington - Publisher: Tomw Communications Pty Ltd.
Subject: Information Technology (Other) - Audience: Students - Educational level: Tertiary
Language: English - License: Creative Commons - No Commercial ShareAlike - Time updated: Tuesday, 28 February 2017, 5:37 PM
Activities : Forum (3) - Quiz (2) - Label (2) - Book (1) - Glossary (1) - File (1)
This module focuses on spontaneous pneumothorax and is aimed at 3rd year medical students.
Prerequisite concepts: An understanding of the
anatomy and physiology of the thoracic structures.
Outcome: At the
end of this module you should be able to recognise and manage a patient presenting with a spontaneous pneumothorax.
Aims and purpose The aim of this unit is to allow learners to explore the purpose and importance of sports performance analysis, highlighting the multi-dimensional demands and interdependence of the different factors involved.Unit introduction In elite sport today, it can be the smallest margin between âwinning and losingâ or âsuccess and failureâ, but the impact can be massive. Given the huge amount of time, dedication, investment and reward that is involved in sport today, sport performers, coaches, and managers need to understand the importance of observing, analysing and evaluating sports skills and techniques when trying to enhance performance. It is important that all performances are analysed; if you were good, why were you good, and if you were not good, what was different? If no evaluation takes place after performance then the performers may continue to make the same errors or not be able to take full advantage of opportunities when they arise. Coaches, athletes and sports performers must have a thorough understanding of the demands of the sporting activity such as human movement, physiology, and the athleteâs psychological make-up, as well as the technical and tactical requirements to be successful. It is how these scientific concepts and factors are applied and interact within sports performance that allows for the analysis of performance. From this, learners should understand that sports performance is dependent on a multitude of factors for success. Another important aspect of this unit is the level of analysis available to different types of sports performers. For example, a school child in a physical education lesson may perform a basic 1.5 mile run so that the tutor can assess their aerobic endurance. In comparison, an elite athlete will have access to the full range of scientific support, such as sports psychologists, physiologists with human performance laboratories, and comprehensive biomechanical analysis using various information technology hardware and software.Learning outcomes 1) Know the performance profile of a sporting activity2) Be able to analyse sporting performance3) Be able to provide feedback to athletes regarding performance4) Understand the purpose and resources required for analysing different levels of sporting performance
Creator: junaid jay - Publisher: junaid jay
Subject: Education (Other) - Audience: Students - Educational level: Tertiary
Language: English - License: Creative Commons - Time updated: Thursday, 12 January 2017, 5:50 PM
This course provides an overview for using Moodle with the ATEP courses.
This module is one of 6 modules developed by the Articulated Technological Education Pathways project (ATEP). ATEP was an NSF funded project, administered by Hofstra University Center for STEM Research (Hofstra-CSR), Award 1104253.
Creator: Troy Patterson - Publisher: Michael Hacker
This is the second of the Visuals Course Series. This module explains and shows how carers or care staff can use visuals properly with those in their care. It also provides some tips and techniques which make the difference between these communication tools being a success in any setting.Presented by Marijke Morris of CATTS Ireland, Speech & Language and Occupational Therapy Services.All video examples are provided by members of the CATTS Clinical team.
This course has a course fee of €10.00, however this gives you access to the course for as long as it is live, along with any updates, additional video examples request and FAQs from the community as they are added.
Creator: Joe Morris - Publisher: Joe Morris
Subject: Health (Other) - Audience: Students - Educational level: Other
Language: English - License: Creative Commons - Time updated: Wednesday, 13 April 2016, 5:06 PM
this course students will be able to improve their English pronunciation. This
three week course will cover three different weekly sections which include the phonemes, differences between Korean and English, and reductions.
Creator: Charles Copeland - Publisher: Charles Copeland
Subject: Linguistics - Audience: Students - Educational level: Tertiary
Language: English - License: Creative Commons - Time updated: Monday, 7 March 2016, 4:07 PM