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Arabic Windows: Arabicizing Windows Applications to Read and Write Arabic
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This document represents one of the first steps in addressing the lack of technological resources available for Arabicizing Windows. It provides instructions for enabling reading and typing Arabic in older versions of Windows up to Windows XP, Microsoft Word up to 2003, how to enable Arabic web browsing, and more. Information on how to type Arabic/Hindi numerals and where to download fonts is also included.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Languages
Material Type:
Reading
Provider:
al-Husein N. Madhany
Author:
al-Husein N. Madhany
Date Added:
10/14/2013
Basic Computing Using Windows
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A computer is an automatic, electronic, data-processing machine that takes in facts and figures known as data, and then processes or organizes it in some useful way. Afterwards it outputs, or displays, the results for you to see as information. Keep in mind that data is not information. Rather, information is the knowledge that you, the end-user, derive from accurate data that are entered into a computer. Only after processing, is data transformed into information which is then used for decision making. (Almost) each part of a computer can be classified as either hardware or software.

Subject:
Career and Technical Education
Material Type:
Textbook
Provider:
Wikibooks
Date Added:
07/28/2016
Byki Express
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Byki Express is a program for beginning language learners. The program consists of pre-made flashcard lists that the user can both read and listen to. The flashcards include pictures, and users can track which cards theyŐve listened to and learned. New user names can be imported into the program so that different learners can use the same program on the same computer. One can also import lists. There is a possibility of an upgrade (for a fee). Arabic and many other languages are available. PC and Mac compatible.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Languages
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Game
Interactive
Provider:
Transparent Language
Date Added:
10/14/2013
Computer Software (03:04): Types of Operating System
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CC BY-ND
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In the previous video we looked at the basics of operating systems. In this video we take a look at the current operating systems available to consumer. In addition to looking at Windows, we also cover the current Mac OS X, Linux and Mobile Operating systems.

Links from video:
http://www.ubuntu.com/
http://knopper.net/knoppix/index-en.html

Subject:
Information Science
Material Type:
Lecture
Provider:
Mr. Ford's Class
Author:
Scott Ford
Date Added:
09/25/2014
EndNote Desktop X7 for Windows PC Lesson 11 - 16 (zip files for Moodle)
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This is part 3 of a series of online exercises designed to demonstrate and allow students to practice what we consider the most useful, general functions of desktop EndNote for Windows. The online lessons and descriptive titles can be found in the Resources section, on the right side of your screen.Part 3 is concerned with using Cite While You Write (EndNote's plugin for Word) to place in-text citations into a Word document, change the referencing style to suit the student and build and edit the bibliography.Each lesson contains:general instructions describing what the student can expect to seespecific learning objectivesa main menu screen allowing them to choose between the demonstration and the practice exercisethe demonstration's duration timeThe demonstration part of each lesson:is narrated by the authoris not interactive includes text captionsThe practice part of each lesson:is not narrated contains more limited text prompts in place of detailed instructionsis interactiveThese lessons were created using Adobe Captivate 9 and published in HTML5 format, designed to be dropped into Moodle and used as HTML files. No grading or progress tracking is included in these lessons.They can be seen in action on KEATS (keats.kcl.ac.uk), the bespoke version of Moodle in use at King's College London. KEATS is not public, so please contact the authors for guest access or furher information regarding these lessons.

Subject:
Information Science
Higher Education
Material Type:
Module
Author:
John Woodcock
Date Added:
02/28/2017
EndNote Desktop X7 for Windows PC Lessons 1 - 4 (Zip files for Moodle)
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This is part 1 of a series of online exercises designed to demonstrate and allow students to practice what we consider the most useful, general functions of desktop EndNote for Windows. The online lessons and descriptive titles can be found in the Resources section, on the right side of your screen.Part 1 is focused on starting a new reference library and adding references from commonly used academic databases like OvidSP and CINAHL.Each lesson contains:general instructions describing what the student can expect to seespecific learning objectivesa main menu screen allowing them to choose between the demonstration and the practice exercisethe demonstration's duration timeThe demonstration part of each lesson:is narrated by the authoris not interactive includes text captionsThe practice part of each lesson:is not narrated contains more limited text prompts in place of detailed instructionsis interactiveThese lessons were created using Adobe Captivate 9 and published in HTML5 format, designed to be dropped into Moodle and used as HTML files. No grading or progress tracking is included in these lessons.They can be seen in action on KEATS (keats.kcl.ac.uk), the bespoke version of Moodle in use at King's College London. KEATS is not public, so please contact the authors for guest access or furher information regarding these lessons.

Subject:
Information Science
Higher Education
Material Type:
Module
Author:
John Woodcock
Date Added:
02/28/2017
EndNote Desktop X7 for Windows PC Lessons 5 - 10 (zip files for Moodle)
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This is part 2 of a series of online exercises designed to demonstrate and allow students to practice what we consider the most useful, general functions of desktop EndNote for Windows. The online lessons and descriptive titles can be found in the Resources section, on the right side of your screen.Part 2 is concerned with adding references that come from non-database sources such as books (from a library catalogue) and webpages, what to do if your references are missing information and how to have EndNote find and attach journal article PDFs to your references. Each lesson contains:general instructions describing what the student can expect to seespecific learning objectivesa main menu screen allowing them to choose between the demonstration and the practice exercisethe demonstration's duration timeThe demonstration part of each lesson:is narrated by the authoris not interactive includes text captionsThe practice part of each lesson:is not narrated contains more limited text prompts in place of detailed instructionsis interactiveThese lessons were created using Adobe Captivate 9 and published in HTML5 format, designed to be dropped into Moodle and used as HTML files. No grading or progress tracking is included in these lessons.They can be seen in action on KEATS (keats.kcl.ac.uk), the bespoke version of Moodle in use at King's College London. KEATS is not public, so please contact the authors for guest access or furher information regarding these lessons.

Subject:
Information Science
Higher Education
Material Type:
Module
Author:
John Woodcock
Date Added:
02/28/2017
Mirrorly a Window
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In this activity about light and reflection, learners discover that what you see is often affected by what you expect to see. Learners hold on to a device consisting of two mirrors glued back to back to each other with a dowel handle on either side. While looking at one side of the mirror, learners move one hand on the other side of the mirror. They will be surprised as their brain is fooled into thinking that the image it sees in the mirror is actually their other hand. Learners can participate in assembling the mirror device or use a pre-assembled one. This resource also includes a simpler version of this activity in the "etcetera" section at the bottom of the guide.

Subject:
Physics
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Provider:
Exploratorium
Provider Set:
Science Snacks
Date Added:
12/07/2012