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Extractions: Geometric algebra unifies many different and redundant mathematical systems in current use, and it has wide application in computer graphics: kinematics and dynamics, simplicial calculations (polygons, FEM), fluid flow, collision detection, quaternion splines, elastic deformations, curve and surface definition, vector fields, etc. In this course, attendees explore a new, fundamental language for the mathematics of computer graphics, as well as for modeling and interactive techniques in general. Presentation Presenter, Affiliation Applications of Geometric Algebra I Chris Doran, Cambridge University Applications of Geometric Algebra II: Beyond Euclidean Geometry Chris Doran, Cambridge University Applications of Geometric Algebra Joan Lasenby, Cambridge University Speaker 4 Leo Dorst, The Universiteit van Amsterdam
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Extractions: Read lecture notes or assignments, gather information, explore topics, take quizzes, submit homework, track class progress and grades, and communicate with the instructor and other students - all online - at the time of day (or night) that works best for you. To learn about the system requirements for online courses check out Preparing your System for WebCT Prospective students are encouraged to try a Sample Online course . (You may use "guest" as the username and password.) Students who register for an online course are encouraged to complete the free Online Orientation course . (A login will be provided after you register.) AVAILABLE ONLINE COURSES: Credit Courses for Spring 2003
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Extractions: Where do you want to go? Back to IDL Home Courses Tuition, Fees, Financial Aid How to Register Student Services and Policies Frequently Asked Questions How to Reach Us College of Continuing Education University of Minnesota Welcome Students! What Is IDL? Faculty Resources Feedback and Questions Search this Site Site Map Online Courses Online courses held during specific semesters (term-based courses) combine the flexibility of self-study with the satisfaction of interaction. You register and progress through the course with fellow students, following a week-by-week calendar of assignments. Discussions in online courses are asynchronous (unless specified otherwise): you do not need to be online at specified times. Be sure to initiate your University of Minnesota e-mail account as soon as you receive confirmation of your registration (see E-Mail and Internet Services These courses are different from other Independent and Distance Learning courses.
Extractions: ACCC is dedicated to providing superior academic programs to a diverse community of students. To that end, ACCC offers courses that can be taken any time , from any place! Students use their home computers and their connection to the Internet to take an online course. Through email, "bulletin boards," and the World Wide Web, students and faculty gather together in a true "classroom without walls." See the frequently asked questions below for more details: You will receive a "welcome letter" shortly before the start of the semester from your instructor which will include your userID and password for accessing your online course.* For more detailed information about the online courses, click on the course links below. Note: Login accounts will not be available until the day the semester actually begins!
YCTC Online Courses MATH/SCI, 5/20 8/9. MAT-095, 3O1, Fundamentals of algebra*, 2, $191.00,online, online, MATH/SCI, 5/20 - 8/9. MAT-110, 3A1, Topics in Career http://www.yctc.net/student_services/course_schedules/Summer02/course_02.htm
Extractions: Instruction and practice in written communication of factual materials under direct guidance of instructor. Emphasis is on writing for news media, but time is spent on procedures and techniques which are basic for all informational writing. Prerequisite: typing proficiency recommended and the satisfactory completion of English 101 or equivalent documentation of language skills. AP
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Extractions: See the full A.A. Program Planner To complete the 60-credit Associate in Arts degree at Lake Superior College, a student must complete the 40-credit Minnesota Transfer Curriculum. The remaining twenty credits will count as electives for the degree. On Thursday, July 11, 2002, a site visit for the accreditation of e-learning programs was completed by two consultant/evaluators from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). On Monday, November 18, 2002, the HLC gave final approval for LSC's change request to offer any and all degrees (A.A., A.S., and A.A.S.) through e-learning formats. New Info Added November, 2002 To complete the A.A. degree, students are required to complete at least two credits in the area of Health or Physical Education. The following Health courses are acceptable: HLTH 1210 (Nutrition), HLTH 1410 (Nutrition in Athletic Performance), HLTH 1430 (Personal Wellness). Online P.E. courses will be available by the Fall Semester 2003. Transfer courses from other institutions can also be used to satisfy the P.E. requirement for the A.A. degree at LSC. Beyond the 40-credit Minnesota Transfer Curriculum requirement, and the 2-credit P.E./Health requirement, an additional eighteen credits of electives are required for the A.A. degree. As of fall 2003, a student can choose the eighteen credits from a list of courses totaling more than one hundred fifteen credits.
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Extractions: Distance Learning With certified teacher support, students will be able to log on to the internet to access their classes. To take a class in this program, students will need four things: (1) a computer, (2) access to the internet, (3) a basic understanding of computer operation, and the ability to read. All types of students are welcome in the program, including: To be eligible to enroll and receive credit, the student (who is presently enrolled as a full time student in District 833) must: Course offerings are as follows: General Science A General Science B Geometry A Geometry B Learning Skills A Life Sciences A Life Sciences B Lit. and Lit. Analysis A
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Extractions: You may NOT take all of your courses online. The American Bar Association requires that at least four of your legal specialty courses (12 credits) be taken in a traditional classroom or in synchronous delivery (ITV). The legal specialty courses are identified with asterisks on the program requirements sheet. Computer Skills To begin the program, you must be familiar with Windows and have a keyboarding speed of 35 words per minute. Take 103-102 Microsoft Office Suite if you need introductory word processing skills. These courses will not count as elective credit; you are expected to enter this program with these skills. Math Proficiency In order to fulfill graduation requirements, you must score 45 or higher on the math portion of the COMPASS exam. If you do not score at this level, you may take 804-129 Introduction to College Mathematics or you may take 804-150 Math 100 (Algebra) online. Either of these math courses will count for elective credit. Back to top Required Elective The American Bar Association requires that students have a broad general education. To satisfy this requirement, you must take 18 credits of general education, including language arts and social science classes. You must choose either 809-196 Introduction to Sociology or 809-197 Contemporary American Society as one of your electives.