Search for tag: "mobile computers"

Anna Dutton Discovery session 21st June 2017 - trimmed audio source

Anna Dutton Discovery session 21st June 2017 - trimmed audio source A session to look at strategies for how we use our hub, and what the key stakeholders needs are

learningeconomic sectorsmobile computersnetworksgood storyamerican magazinessoftware project managementcase studydrug discoverymobile deviceoral literaturecontent peoplemediaspacefinancepharmacologybig thingmarcommsteaching learningemergency notificationplay listlanguage varieties and stylesmedia spacescientific methodpublic engagement with researchcreate contentculture shockproject management softwaresociology of cultureresearch methodsinfancyphilosophical terminologystreamingweb siteinstitutesprevent problemsclosed captioningpeople startmilitary tacticscultural assimilationinternet privacygreat ideareasoningkmsmicroeconomicspretty goodprofessional developmentbusinessmarketinganthropologysupport portalhigh leveleducational stagesretail marketsgood peoplepersonal digital assistantsrolls roycedigital televisionidentity politicsmobile phoneeconomics terminologycivil law (common law)development teampersonal developmentsocial mediadonate buttoncommunication designtypes of university or collegework lifepostmodernismhubbusiness processvideo contentproject managementroad mapsoftware engineeringamerican league all-starsdiscover contentshare contentyouthprintingcurriculapedagogyusabilitytranscription (linguistics)higher educationsaving livesuser interface techniquesp.reducational technologycontribute contenttipping pointeducationfilm and video technologydesign of experimentst.vworkflow technologymarketing standpointinternet standardsuser experienceformal methodsmethodologyprogramming language implementationsocial psychologyu.kclinical trialuniversities and collegesuser interfacesphilosophyhigh-definition televisionspend timeamerican weekly magazinesevaluation methodsgood morningcampus lifepublic domain softwareeducational psychologycloud computingsubtitlingcorporate sectorwebsitesthoughtgood reasoncomputer programmingmass mediahuge hugeinternational studentsembedded systemsaudio_re-encode
From  Graham McElearney A year ago 0 likes 42 views 0  

Case Study: Jeremy Craven on using tablet technology to teach maths

Dr Jeremy Craven, of the Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, shows examples of his work using tablet technology to teach maths. Jeremy draws electronically with a stylus to write…

From  Technology Enhanced Learning A year ago 0 likes 22 views 0  

What is the Mobile University?

Professor Vanessa Toulmin, Director of City & Cultural Engagement at The University of Sheffield explains the concept behind the Mobile University, and describes why it's important to bring…

From  batchUser A year ago 0 likes 6 views 0  

“Je ne comprends pas”, but I can still speak to you

Wai Man Ng, Computer Science. Up until now, we have faced an obstacle in communicating between people who speak different languages. However, with the recent advancement of machine learning, this…

From  batchUser A year ago 0 likes 18 views 0  

10 Fantastic Ways to Use Leftover Tonsils: Including a Recipe for Our Perfect Cell Culture Dish

Vanessa Hearnden, Materials Science & Engineering. Experience a countdown through 10 experiments that researchers do using tonsils and the cells they culture from them. For example, experiments…

From  batchUser A year ago 1 likes 16 views 0  

“You’ve Been Reading Too Many Idiotic Trashy Books!”: Why Read Harlequin Mills & Boon Romances?

Val Derbyshire, School of English. Harlequin Mills & Boon Romances have long been the black sheep of the literary world. And yet, from a commercial point of view, Mills & Boon romances remain…

From  batchUser A year ago 0 likes 8 views 0  

Life on the Edge: Microbes of the Stratosphere

Tareq L S Omairi, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology. Where does life stop and the emptiness of space begin? The adaptability of life and its ability to survive in extreme conditions continues to…

From  batchUser A year ago 0 likes 58 views 0  

Citizen Science, Crowdsourcing and the Internet of Things: towards a healthier, cleaner and safer city

Stuart Wrigley, Computer Science. This research is focussed on technology and crowdsourcing and how this can improve the lives of local citizens. The development of ‘Citizen…

From  batchUser A year ago 0 likes 5 views 0  

Improving Life for Kids with ADHD

Philippa Fibert, School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR). Life for children with ADHD and their families can be challenging and current treatments don’t seem to be improving life…

From  Technology Enhanced Learning A year ago 0 likes 2 views 0  

Discover the Secret Life of a Weather Datum

Paula Goodale, Information School. Let us take you on a journey through space and time. Follow the Secret Life of a Weather Datum from its initial capture here in Sheffield, through national and…

From  batchUser A year ago 0 likes 6 views 0  

Cyber War: The Future of Conflict in the 21st Century

Matt Sleat, Politics. The use of cyber-weapons has opened up a new ‘front’ in contemporary international conflict. The unique nature of cyber-war undermines many aspects of our…

From  batchUser A year ago 0 likes 10 views 0  

Asylum, Welfare and Work in the Age of Austerity

Lucy Mayblin, Politics. It is illegal for asylum seekers in the UK to work. In order that they are not made destitute by this policy the government then has to provide them with welfare support. This…

From  batchUser A year ago 0 likes 6 views 0  

Mindfulness at Work: Could it Work for You?

Leanne Ingram, Management School. What is mindfulness and how can it be used at work to improve stress, well-being and concentration? Research with particular groups of workers, such as nurses and…

From  batchUser A year ago 0 likes 8 views 0  

Rediscovering Noël Coward’s Musicals: A Forgotten Talent

Laura Milburn, Music Department. When we think of Noël Coward, we think of his plays: Private Lives, Blithe Spirit, The Vortex to name just a few. However, Coward also wrote six revues and seven…

From  batchUser A year ago 0 likes 13 views 0  

Sperm, Germs & Babies: How do Common Infections Affect Male Fertility and Reproductive Potential?

Katrina Williams, Human Metabolism. One in seven couples experience problems conceiving a child, which is due to an equal proportion of problems with male and female fertility. Infertile men produce…

From  batchUser A year ago 0 likes 2 views 0  

Insect-Based Foods in Europe: Will They Ever Catch On?

Jonas House, Geography. In 2013 the United Nations published a report outlining the case for the use of insects as a sustainable source of protein for people in the West. Since then there has been an…

From  batchUser A year ago 0 likes 1 views 0