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Moodle and Bloom's Taxonomy By Mark Rollins
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Moodle and Bloom’s Taxonomy is designed to link activities and assessment function within Moodle to Bloom’s Revised Digital Taxonomy. This is done by developing the idea of Bloom’s... More > Taxonomy and Blooms Taxonomy Digital Approach and linking domain key terms with Moodle activities. The manual shows how to set up a Moodle course and incorporate learning objectives and activities based on Bloom’s hierarchy. This is illustrated and explained using diagrams and Wordle word maps, with actual Moodle course examples.< Less
Moodle and Bloom's Taxonomy By Mark Rollins
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Moodle and Bloom’s Taxonomy is designed to link activities and assessment function within Moodle to Bloom’s Revised Digital Taxonomy. This is done by developing the idea of Bloom’s... More > Taxonomy and Blooms Taxonomy Digital Approach and linking domain key terms with Moodle activities. The manual shows how to set up a Moodle course and incorporate learning objectives and activities based on Bloom’s hierarchy. This is illustrated and explained using diagrams and Wordle word maps, with actual Moodle course examples.< Less
The Deer: Taxonomy and Biology By Mark Walker
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A brief introduction to deer taxonomy, evolution, and shared biological features such as rumination and antlers
The Deer: Taxonomy and Biology By Mark Walker
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A brief introduction to deer taxonomy, evolution, and shared biological features such as rumination and antlers
all of these taxonomies are political By Dan Holloway
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An experimental modernist collection of 512 limericks from award-winning poet and experimental cultural commentator and curator Dan Holloway. This book is an examination of the depth to which the... More > associations we make are hard-wired into us, and the lengths to which we are pushed if we want to free ourselves of these associations. It puts the question whether we can tunnel so deep inside the constructs that constitute our world, surround ourselves and familiarise ourselves with them so much that they become first banal, then meaningless, then empty, and finally receptacles for our own making of the world anew. That is to say, it puts the question of the possibility of hope. Contains adult language.< Less
Creating Maintaining and Applying Quality Taxonomies By Evert J. Jagerman
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The subject of this book, taxonomies, is narrowly connected to the search and browse for information. A diversity of search methods, indexing languages and classification types pass the foot light to... More > give context to the world of the taxonomy. The focus is on the creation of taxonomies. Three methods of creation are explained. These are the top-down method, the bottom-up method and the faceted approach. Often taxonomy building is seen as the end of the line. But then the work of the taxonomy architect and his team starts. Business rules for taxonomy maintenance (adding, archiving, deleting, moving terms) and naming conventions are explained. Taxonomies are not static documents that should be locked away for safekeeping, but they should be applied to content and knowledge workers. Finally, validating taxonomies, an assessment of the quality of taxonomies is made. For this a part of Quality Function Deployment is applied. Here the House of Quality is described for taxonomies.< Less
Creating, maintaining and applying quality taxonomies By Evert J. Jagerman
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The subject of this book, taxonomies, is narrowly connected to the search and browse for information. A diversity of search methods, indexing languages and classification types pass the foot light to... More > give context to the world of the taxonomy. The focus is on the creation of taxonomies. Three methods of creation are explained. These are the top-down method, the bottom-up method and the faceted approach. Often taxonomy building is seen as the end of the line. But then the work of the taxonomy architect and his team starts. Business rules for taxonomy maintenance (adding, archiving, deleting, moving terms) and naming conventions are explained. Taxonomies are not static documents that should be locked away for safekeeping, but they should be applied to content and knowledge workers. Finally, validating taxonomies, an assessment of the quality of taxonomies is made. For this a part of Quality Function Deployment is applied. Here the House of Quality is described for taxonomies.< Less
Everything You Wanted to Know About TAXONOMIES By Robert F. Smallwood
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This publication takes a fairly complex subject and lays it out simply, and understandably, in a clear way. The report provides the latest trends and Best Practices for taxonomy development -- but... More > goes further and shows how taxonomies are built on SharePoint 2010 for e-records and document management. For professionals who want current, rich detail on taxonomies, folksonomies, metadata management, social tagging, tagging vs. taxonomies and the latest from thought leaders on implementing corporate taxonomies, this easy-to-read Management Guide, filled with examples, screen shots and breakout boxes of key points, is an essential resource.< Less
Everything You Wanted to Know About TAXONOMIES By Robert F. Smallwood
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This publication takes a fairly complex subject and lays it out simply, and understandably, in a clear way. The report provides the latest trends and Best Practices for taxonomy development -- but... More > goes further and shows how taxonomies are built on SharePoint 2010 for e-records and document management. For professionals who want current, rich detail on taxonomies, folksonomies, metadata management, social tagging, tagging vs. taxonomies and the latest from thought leaders on implementing corporate taxonomies, this easy-to-read Management Guide, filled with examples, screen shots and breakout boxes of key points, is an essential resource.< Less
Aspects of the history, anatomy, taxonomy and palaeobiology of sauropod dinosaurs By Michael P. Taylor
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Michael P. Taylor's 2009 Ph.D dissertation