Great Websites to Teach Anatomy of Human Body in 3D September, 2014 looking for some amazing web tools to teach human anatomy? The websites I have assorted for you below are probably among the best you can find out there. From engaging interactives to live simulations of the body system, these tools will enable your students to explore the mystery of the human body in unprecedented ways.
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6 Free Software to Record Skype Calls: Free Skype Call Recorders Here are 6 Best Free Software to record Skype calls. Some of these free Skype call recorders let you record unlimited calls, while some have limitations. Give these free Skype audio call recorders a try, and see which one works best for you. 1) Solicall Solicall is the simplest Skype call recorder that I have come across. It can not only record Skype calls, it can record audio calls of most of other audio chat clients too (like, Yahoo Messenger, Gtalk etc.). Plagiarism checker reviews: Grammarly EmailEmail Verdict: In tests, it only detected plagiarism in two out of six sample documents. The automated nature of this website means it doesn’t function well as a grammar checker either.
Measuring curation: Introducing New Scoop.it Analytics In a survey last year of more than 1,500 professionals using content curation, 76% of them said content curation helped them reach their business goals. As content becomes more and more important to achieve success, it also becomes critical to measure how it effectively helps. In fact, as renowned businessman & author Peter Drucker put it, “If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it.” Having data is is one thing, but being able to analyze it is a completely different ballgame. Data needs to be visual in order to have an impact and guide future actions, and that is why we have created a beautiful new interactive Analytics center within Scoop.it.
Technology for Transparency: Five New Cases, With More to Come! » Article » OWNI.eu, Digital Journalism The Technology for Transparency Network is thrilled to announce the start of the publication of our second phase of research. Beginning with five cases — Accountability Initiative in India, Amatora mu mahoro in Burundi, Democrator.ru in Russia, Excelências in Brazil, and Mam Prawo Wiedzieć in Poland — we will be posting approximately 30 new cases over the coming weeks. We’re also excited to announce a new feature on the Technology for Transparency site: over the summer, we’ve revised the way we categorize our case studies to make exploring the site and browsing the interviews more engaging. The projects we interviewed are complex and multifacted: for example, Dinero y Política (Money and Politics) in Argentina focuses on campaign finance; however, because of the type of technological tools it uses and its approach to financial data, it could also be considered an example of budget monitoring. Updated November 17, 2010
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