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Towards Supporting Programming Education at Scale via Live Streaming [article]

Yan Chen, Walter S. Lasecki, Tao Dong
2020 arXiv   pre-print
For example, streamers voiced privacy and harassment concerns, and existing streaming platforms do not adequately support viewer-streamer interactions, adaptive learning, and discovery and selection of  ...  experience via real-time communication with both the streamer and each other.  ...  I'm just doing it in an all closed room right now -S10 Nearly all streamers (12/14) expressed the tedium and effort involved in these preparation tasks, and even if these streamers are thoroughly prepared  ... 
arXiv:2010.15015v1 fatcat:fvhy5v67pncmnm5nzylnybgdwy

Promotion of STEM subjects in Scottish schools through the MATE Scotland ROV Challenge

Graeme Dunbar, Neil Stagg, Alistair Hynd, Jack Waghorn
2017 OCEANS 2017 - Aberdeen  
ACKNOWLEDGMENT We thank Jill Zande of the MATE Center and the many contributors to the MATE ROV programme; to BP and Subsea UK, our principal sponsors, and our many other supporters and sponsors; finally  ...  to Margaret Craig for the smooth running of the MATE Scotland ROV Challenge.  ...  sponsors, mentors judges and volunteers.  ... 
doi:10.1109/oceanse.2017.8084929 fatcat:tzt2dkw4i5cx3ex6dhuft6lfbe

A comparative study of an NGO-sponsored CHW programme versus a ministry of health sponsored CHW programme in rural Kenya: a process evaluation

Jackline O Aridi, Sarah A Chapman, Margaret A Wagah, Joel Negin
2014 Human Resources for Health  
One model was implemented by the Millennium Villages Project (MVP), and the other model was implemented in partnership with the Ministry of Health (MoH) as part of Kenya's National CHW programme.  ...  The varied performance of Community Health Worker (CHW) programmes in different contexts has highlighted the need for implementation of research that focuses on programme delivery issues.  ...  'The help we would prefer is remuneration. If the government can be supportive in this area of remuneration then we shall be on track.'  ... 
doi:10.1186/1478-4491-12-64 pmid:25371240 pmcid:PMC4230347 fatcat:lxehsqt24jgmnjxkilh5duwl7u

Planning and implementing field operational tests of intelligent transport systems: a checklist derived from the EC FESTA project

M.A. Regan, J.H. Richardson
2009 IET Intelligent Transport Systems  
There are many advantages in doing so.  ...  FESTA (Field opErational TeSt support Action) project.  ...  These are labeled, from left to right, "Activities", "Tasks and Sub-Tasks", "Person/Organisation Responsible for Activity", "Critical Considerations (the "dos" and "don'ts") " and "General Advice" (3).  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-its:20080083 fatcat:ukdtjrqti5bovdvgzks4ia56ua

Searching, Processing, Codifying and Practicing – Key Learning Activities in Exploratory Initiatives

Christoph Lechner, Steven W. Floyd
2007 Long range planning  
Why do so many exploratory initiatives fail?  ...  For managers, the article offers a description of the factors that may either impede or support effective learning in exploratory groups, and provides a fine-grained analysis of the links between learning  ...  We also wish to thanks all the managers of the insurance firms who contributed to this research and provided us with data, and, finally, to thank our colleague, Prof. Günter Müller-Stewens.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.lrp.2007.02.001 fatcat:iyov6bjvljezhcbgf2yqf2nim4

The Federated Tumor Segmentation (FeTS) Challenge 2022 [article]

Spyridon Bakas, Sarthak Pati, Micah Sheller, Alexandros Karargyris, Peter Mattson, Brandon Edwards, Ujjwal Baid, Yong Chen, Russell (Taki) Shinohara, Jason Martin, Bjoern Menze, Maximilian Zenk (+6 others)
2022 Zenodo  
Task [...]  ...  The FeTS 2022 challenge is structured in two tasks: Task 1 ("Federated Training") aims at effective weight aggregation methods for the creation of a consensus model given a pre-defined segmentation algorithm  ...  Preferably, provide a link to the code and add information on the supported platforms.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6622476 fatcat:or7a3hlipzew3liam2432gfynq

The Federated Tumor Segmentation (FeTS) Challenge 2022 [article]

Spyridon Bakas, Sarthak Pati, Micah Sheller, Alexandros Karargyris, Peter Mattson, Brandon Edwards, Ujjwal Baid, Yong Chen, Russell (Taki) Shinohara, Jason Martin, Bjoern Menze, Maximilian Zenk (+6 others)
2022 Zenodo  
Task [...]  ...  The FeTS 2022 challenge is structured in two tasks: Task 1 ("Federated Training") aims at effective weight aggregation methods for the creation of a consensus model given a pre-defined segmentation algorithm  ...  Preferably, provide a link to the code and add information on the supported platforms.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6362408 fatcat:vkjopqitlvfwfp7zklgnns2bde

Comunidades virtuales y colaboración offline: cuatro casos de estudio

Stefano Agostini, Peter Mechant
2018 Comunicación  
tool to support offline collaboration.  ...  From a theoretical perspective, our study demonstrates the applicability and usefulness of Porter's typology of virtual communities and suggests extending it with an online-offline orientation or dimension  ...  Thirdly, volunteers give suggestions and support to the pet owners: (...) I check the Facebook page everyday also for this reason, because if there is something I can do (...)"  ... 
doi:10.18566/comunica.n39.a02 fatcat:fro6awlunnfwheyq4v5xhdnaaq

Digital labour in school: Smartphones and their consequences in classrooms

Antti Paakkari, Pauliina Rautio, Verneri Valasmo
2019 Learning, Culture and Social Interaction  
Secondly, technologies introduce new corporate actors into the classroom space that schools have to negotiate with. T through the concept.  ...  Through analysis of students' phone use in classroom we approach aspects of digital labour intertwining with school.  ...  We also thank the reviewers for their insightful comments and suggestions. This research has been funded by the Swedish Cultural Foundation in Finland.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.lcsi.2019.03.004 fatcat:kju5o5wrufh6jajdveipvnrsqi

Mobility for All in Rural Areas: Inspiring solutions from MAMBA

Julia Dick, Ralf Brand, Kristin Tovaas
2020 Zenodo  
Each of them is different because they all take advantage of the opportunities and possibilities of the unique local context in the region.  ...  This document presents the innovative mobility solutions developed and implemented within the MAMBA project.  ...  The Mobility Centre in Cuxhaven, Germany single coordination platform for everything to do with mobility.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5747684 fatcat:zbxjbmnywzgtllm2l2gvmugi6m

Incorporating societal concerns into communication technologies

R.C. Shah, J.P. Kesan
2003 IEEE technology & society magazine  
Similar criticisms have been laid at the W3C's efforts in addressing privacy concerns with the Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P) pro-ject [23] , [24] .  ...  Through modularity, users can choose the modules that best support their values. For example, consider the modular open source browser Mozilla.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mtas.2003.1216240 fatcat:mrdrzwzhlrfbbptmcdlintvrii

Clinical trials challenges - impact of the new clinical trial regulation on the conduct of clinical trials

Snezana Mugosa, Anja Glusica
2021 Vojnosanitetski Pregled  
However, the fact that the sponsor will have the right to choose an RMS (with the approval of other Member States) raises concerns that only a limited number of countries will act as an RMS due to preference  ...  new IT platform regime.  ... 
doi:10.2298/vsp200316061m fatcat:jggnnam3ybhynkhofhtalmwlhi

Arts-media censorship in Australia: doing the right thing the wrong way

Robert John Ryan
2022
preferences or evidence of crimes against children.  ...  are evidence of crimes and, as such, should be left to the police to investigate as with any other evidence of crimes.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This thesis could not have been completed without the support and assistance of a number of individuals, particularly my wife, Jenny, whose comments on the text were invaluable.  ... 
doi:10.25949/19444034.v1 fatcat:qlhlnoelcvhqpc65ensif652b4

Design for Social Sustainability. An educational approach for insular communities

Valentina Vezzani, Susana Gonzaga
2017 The Design Journal  
This paper reports the study on three design for social sustainability projects, evolved through action research, and aims to understand and reflect on how to define an educational model able to prepare  ...  future designers living in the context of a small and peripheral territory like an island, to be active and entrepreneurial for the good of their society.  ...  Also we would like to reinforce the total support from the local authorities and social communities and associations that have given us their total support in the realization of this research. S951  ... 
doi:10.1080/14606925.2017.1353038 fatcat:37xlmprejfg33dwtlrmvegmwga

Innovation in Transport Logistics—Best Practices from the EU Project LOGINN [chapter]

David Ciprés, Lorena Polo, Alberto Capella
2015 Dynamics in Logistics  
Manuela's family manage an e-calendar, and Tania checks everyday the different tasks she has to do. She can also propose new tasks, and make comments on a particular task.  ...  responsibilities, and share the care task with his son.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-23512-7_58 dblp:conf/ldic/CipresPC14 fatcat:gt2wsmo35vao7funj4vqp3rtnq
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