LCCC - Current Semester Online Courses Active online and WebEnabled courses. Catalog Number, Type of Class, Go to Class,Instructor MATH 0920-58, Elementary algebra, BC, Hamburger, MATH 0930-58, http://de.lccc.cc.wy.us/disted/gotoclass.htm
Extractions: e-Learning at LCCC What's Available Getting Started ... Go to Class! Go To Class For more information about these online courses, visit the online LCCC Class Schedules or the online LCCC Catalog . If you are not familiar with the Internet or WebCT, visit the online orientation module and look through WebCT Help to tune up your computer and online learning skills. Complete Instructor Contact Forms Now All online classes require a login. Click your instructors' names below to complete and send the Instructor Contact Form. Be sure to give your instructors your current phone number and e-mail address. Instructors will reply with your login information beginning Jan 21st so you can start the online class. For on-campus, web-enabled courses, your instructors will hand out login information in the classroom.
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Internet Courses you are a registered student in HACC's online courses, select the Below are the coursesbeing offered for Spring 2003 MATH 010 Prealgebra - Mary Brown; MATH 020 http://www.hacc.edu/COURSES/
Extractions: Internet Based Courses Welcome to HACC's Online Courses. If you are a registered student in HACC's online courses, select the course below. Please note, that a student ID and password are required to enter the course. If you can not remember your ID or password, please contact your instructor. Summer 2003 Courses Fall 2003 Courses Spring 2003 Courses Below are the courses being offered for Spring 2003. ACCT 200: Principles of Accounting II - Jason T. Nielsen * - Michael T. Oaster * AH 209: Pharmacology for Allied Health - Phyllis N. Hicks * AH210 Health Care Law and Ethics - Patricia A. Walck * ASTR 103: Introduction to Planetary Astronomy - Gregory Dolise * AUTO 105: Fundamentals of Electrical/Electronics - Larry P. Berger * BIOL 101: General Biology I - Dee M. Walter * BIOL 105: Medical Terminology - Dr. Jennifer A. Gruber * BIOL 111: Introduction to Biological Science - Dr. Jennifer A. Gruber * BLDC 101: One- and Two-Family Dwelling Code - James D. Quigley * BUSI 201: Business Law I - Anniken Davenport BUSI 202: Business Law II - Anniken Davenport CIS 105: Introduction to Software for Business - Diane D. Bittle *
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Course 311 - Abstract Algebra Lecture notes by David Wilkins, Trinity College, Dublin. Topics in Number Theory; Group Theory; Galois Theory. http://www.maths.tcd.ie/~dwilkins/Courses/311/
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Extractions: By Carol A. Twigg Download PDF version Preface On February 17-18, 2000, a group of fourteen higher education leaders gathered at the Biltmore Hotel in Miami, Florida, to participate in an invitational symposium. The topic was "Who Owns Online Courses and Course Materials? Intellectual Property Policies for a New Learning Environment." This was the second of the recently created Pew Symposia in Learning and Technology, whose purpose is to conduct an ongoing national conversation about issues related to the intersection of learning and technology. The participants in the Biltmore symposium fell into four categories: (1) recognized experts on the topic of intellectual property; (2) those who are actively engaged in developing and implementing online programs and who are grappling with intellectual property issues on a daily basis; (3) people who approach the issue from a corporate perspective and who collaborate with both individuals and institutions; and (4) noted higher education thinkers on the topic of technology-mediated programs. By blending those familiar with the current policy and legal situation related to ownership issues with those struggling to delineate the practical implications, we hoped to arrive at a point of understanding that would have a positive impact on both theory and practice. Why is this issue such a hot topic? For centuries, there has never been much need to figure out if one party owned a course as a commodity that could be sold elsewhere. But information technology and the Internet appear to have changed the status quo. The process of committing to writing the course content (e.g., lectures, exercises) and digitizing course materials makes it possible, if not potentially lucrative, to package courses in such a way that they can become mobile and can be delivered by people other than the original author. Courses have become "commoditized" and sought as commercial products by online distance learning companies, for-profit universities, and publishers. Thus, both institutions and faculty authors are encountering new, different opportunities.
Extractions: The Classification Theorem for Finite Simple Groups allows us, in principle, to reduce many questions about an arbitrary finite group to the consideration of particular known simple groups (its simple constituents). The design of efficient algorithms based on the idea of "reduction to a simple group" represents a considerable challenge to the algorithm designer and it is only very recently that efficient practical algorithms have started to emerge. These lectures will describe the strategy behind a family of such reduction algorithms devised by Derek Holt and Cannon for computing basic properties of a finite group G (e.g., normal subgroups, subgroup lattice, automorphism group). There are three major steps in such a reduction algorithm: Determining the composition factors of G. Solving the problem for each of the simple constituents of G. Lifting the answer back to G.
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Extractions: Mr. Julian's Professional Page Revised, (9/10/02), for the 2002-2003 school year. Some areas still under construction. "There was this huge world out there, independent of us human beings and standing before us like a great, eternal riddle, at least partly accessible to our inspection and thought. The contemplation of that world beckoned like a liberation." Quote and Photo of young Albert Einstein Links to my classes: Mr Julian's 7th and 8th Grade Algebra Classes Mr Julian's Technical Math Classes Mr Julian's Physics Class Visit my other sites and links: Mr. J's Real Math Home page is a great site for extended problem solving and extra credit work. Here are some educatonal websites that include some neat Math and Physics Resources. Go to Shade High School's Panther Pages
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