The Power Of Visualization In Manifesting Your Success The mind is a powerful thing. While its calculating properties are in themselves impressive, the true magnificence of the mind lies in the imagination. I often think about things like this. For example, if theories of quantum physics are correct and every possible reality exists simultaneously with our very own, then every possible reality (laws of physics remaining constant) that we can imagine does in fact exist. Lectora: Tool review It has been a while since we started using it, but we have finally finally written up our review of the Lectora e-learning authoring tool.The delay gave us a chance to look at the 2008 version and we were impressed. Lectora from Trivantis offers a powerful desktop based e-learning authoring tool. Overview We have been using Lectora with a number of our clients recently and decided it was about time we got around to giving it the Kineo road test. Lectora is a desktop based e-learning authoring tool, which enables you to publish content to dynamic HTML for the web, CD, and to SCORM, AICC and LRN learning management systems. Lectora is not a PowerPoint plugin like Articulate or a Word plugin like RapideL.
Connect Blocks Automatically Connect Blocks You can have the Simulink® software connect blocks automatically. This eliminates the need to draw the connecting lines yourself. When connecting blocks, Simulink routes the lines around intervening blocks to avoid cluttering the diagram. Autoconnect Two Blocks Museums: Essential Elements in the New World of Education I’ve been writing a lot about the future of education: how we are on the cusp of transformational change, and how museums may play a vital role in the next educational era. Today Steven Lubar, director of the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology at Brown University, offers this spot-on summary of the forces working to unbundle higher education into its constituent pieces, and savvy suggestions for how museums can respond. But a moment of panic in education can be a moment of opportunity for museums. What’s changing and how can we take advantage of it?
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Online e-Learning, e-Learning Collaboration Software, HTML5 Mobile e-Learning Timesaving Tools & Wizards Spend less time and develop more at rapid speeds. Our tools and wizardswill guide your through the fastest, easiest ways to create e‑Learning. Perform specified logical operation on input - Simulink Perform specified logical operation on input Library Logic and Bit Operations Description The Logical Operator block performs the specified logical operation on its inputs. Digital badges show students' skills along with degree September 11, 2012 WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Digital badges, icons that represent academic achievements or skills smaller than a college degree, are an increasingly popular way for universities to acknowledge the breadth of student learning. Now Purdue University has developed a pair of mobile apps that make creating, awarding and displaying badges much easier. The apps, available online, are called Passport and Passport Profile . A video explaining how Passport works is available on YouTube. Kyle Bowen, director of informatics in Information Technology at Purdue, says badges are an exciting new concept that is being adopted across higher education.
Kurlikins: South Park Characters in 3D Paper Quilling After loads of tiny 3D animals dominating the Kurlikins blog, I thought it was time to take 3D Paper Quilling in a totally new direction. Even if you're not a fan of, or familiar with the South Park TV show- the characters of Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny have shapes that lend themselves perfectly to 3D Quilling. I wanted to give a sense of 'character' with these guys, similar to how they are in the TV show. Stan and Kyle: the normal, everyday, good mates.
Train Your Brain To Let Go Of Habits – 10 Methods For Creating New Neural Pathways When you understand how neural pathways are created in the brain, you get a front row seat for truly comprehending how to let go of habits. Neural pathways are like superhighways of nerve cells that transmit messages. You travel over the superhighway many times, and the pathway becomes more and more solid. You may go to a specific food or cigarettes for comfort over and over, and that forms a brain pathway. The hopeful fact, however, is that the brain is always changing and you can forge new pathways and create new habits. That’s called the neuroplasticity of the brain.
Knowledge Management using Mind Maps Click to download this Mind Map document. In this article, we’ll what a look at knowledge management. Actually more than just knowledge management – we’ll examine how knowledge is created, what it is, and how you can use it.