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  • Interactive about how to make your house more eco-friendly: http://www.mercurynews.com/greenhome I like this interactive because of the rollover 'lightboxes' that show up when you hover over the icons. It is a simple design that doesn't overload with information. If I were going to make this better, I'd include more media like videos and audio to make it more engaging. This video doesn't really relate to my project topic (worm farming) but it's an example of an environmentally-themed topic, it relates to our field trip, and I will try and use the lightbox elements in my course. Caryslloydnz (talk) 07:19, 24 March 2016 (UTC)


Coursera Web Design
https://www.coursera.org/specializations/website-development

This is the first of a five course program that I was interested in when I did advanced web design in mmy BCS, it is an online course that teaches the three key web languages: HTML, CSS and JavaScript. It teaches you to create a web page using basic elements to control layout and style as well as the ability to support interactivity. The course is divided into five sections but I only looked into the first one, it expected you to do two, one hour assignments, a 30 minute exercise and four 20 minute quizzes. I found it quite exciting but eventually realised that this required as much dedication and management as the BCS I was doing, but I would definitely recommend this course to anybody interested in learning responsive web basics. BCS Student C Maurirere (talk)


"mahabharata:The epic"
http://varnam.nationalinterest.in/2013/05/mahabharata-date-based-on-archaeology/ http://www.hindunet.org/hindu_history/ancient/mahabharat/mahab_vartak.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahabharata I have chosen this topic as it explains many religious concepts and had some strong scientific evidences to this incidences.And through this topic we can learn the true value of Indian history.The first link explains the date based findings of the topic and the second link explains the scientific proof and the third link explains about the full history and explains the story of mahabharat.
Vivek12 (talk) 05:44, 13 April 2016 (UTC)



How to install water cooling in your Computer
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/a-beginners-guide-for-watercooling-your-pc,1573.html
This link helped me on building my computer with customized water-cooling, I think this can help for someone who wants to assemble a water-cooling on their computer. Below is a video where to place each parts of water-cooling into you computer.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dk3V64ZSsEI Ruelmerge (talk)



VISHU:KERALA CULTURE & HERITAGE
http://www.openculture.com/ I have chosen a festival celebrating in Kerala, Southern most state of India.This festival is called Vishu, which is our New year. I found the above mentioned website is very useful to learn about the culture and rituals of different countries. Through this website, a lot of resources are available in the form of audio books, they have online courses, they have small certification courses, eBooks, textbooks and so on. Minidlt (talk) 19:49, 10 April 2016 (UTC)


Indian Heritage & Culture
I have chosen this topic because,the way of life of India is the method for living of the general population of India. India's dialects, religions, move, music contrasts from others concerning an alternate sort of move has its own particular music, design, sustenance, and traditions varies from spot to put inside of the nation. The Indian society, regularly named as an amalgamation of a few societies, ranges over the Indian subcontinent and has been affected by a history that is a few centuries old. Many components of India's assorted societies, for example, Indian religions, Indian theory and Indian food, have had a significant effect over the world. http://www.livescience.com/28634-indian-culture.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Culture_of_India Paliws2 (talk) 02:49, 13 April 2016 (UTC)


Microsoft Azure fundamentals
I have found a Microsoft Azure fundamentals course created by a partner of Microsoft; Bob Tabor. The course has 100 modules/videos and has been broken down into four segments/mini course the following links are to each mini course: (in correct order)
Microsoft Azure Fundamentals
Microsoft Azure Fundamentals: Websites
Microsoft Azure Fundamentals: Virtual Machines
Microsoft Azure Fundamentals: Storage and Data
The target audience for the online course are Experienced Technical Audience who are new to azure, don't let this put you off watching and learning though because at the end of the day it is still a fundamental course.
As I mentioned earlier this course is rather large course to under take, fortunately the created has take this in to account when creating the modules of the course, it is possible for the viewer/learner to skip modules that they may find uninteresting, this also means that someone who is either looking to learn about specific parts of Azure can easily do so, or someone who has completed the Azure course can refresh their memory by going to a specific module, rather than having to review several modules just in case there was important information in a prior module.
Loblackhawk (talk) 02:32, 30 March 2016 (UTC)



Apple OS X Training
http://training.apple.com/

This is a truly interesting topic for me, Apple is a large corporation with massive pulling power. Apple allows those interested to participate in apple training modules for Apple Mac OS X, Xsan and productivity applications. The target audience would be young to more mature adults with an interest in Apple computing. Apple has a slick stand out marketing campaign which gives it the "SIZZLE" marketing competitive edge. --Rozeehh21 Rozeehh21 02:10, 5 April 2016 (UTC)


Apple XCode 2.5 Objective C tutorial
http://training.apple.com/

This is a tutorial that I was using a while back in order to learn Objective C on an older version of Xcode. It's quite hard to find tutorials for XCode 2.5 and out of all the ones I found, this one here struck me as the best.

--Jobalisk 13:02, 8 April 2016 (UTC)



Working in a blueberry farm
https://vimeo.com/158862878 This video is very concise, simple and easy to follow. People wanting to work on a blueberry farm (specifically in GBL) or for those who are just curious will have a fair idea of how the operation is. I was planning to do this topic for my project but decided not to because I don't have enough time to do the necessary preparation (obtain permission to shoot on site, gather pictures, etc) and that picking season is about to end. So, I will be doing this https://www.youtube.com/embed/R-iHh7Z4k4Y instead. Jjtrocino (talk) 20:42, 8 April 2016 (UTC)


Learn Adobe Captivate
http://www.adobe.com/support/captivate/gettingstarted.html This course provides basic and advanced learning material for people who wish to start using Adobe Captivate. It uses a combination of different methods, such as written based instructions, screenshots and video. Lordtopcat (talk)



Aircraft-fuselage structure(honeycomb)
http://aerospaceengineeringblog.com/aircraft-structures/ aerospaceengineeringblog.com/aircraft-structures/

This is the site which tells us a brief introduction of fuselage structure and the types of structures present in the real world. The second link tells about the construction of fuselage in the ANSYS software or tool and the dimension that we should take to construct.Ansys gambit are the tools that i am using for my project. The links which i present are really help full in my project and the videos to do ansys. https://abhinayreddy033.wordpress.com/project-proposal/

ABHI


How to Bake Banana Bread
https://vimeo.com/69336567 This video is quite the same as my topic. It is basically a baking session, whereas I am actually planning to cover cooking session. It is going to be helpful for me following what I am going to cover on the first part of my video. Also, ingredients photos will be posted on WordPress for those who wanted to see the exact picture of the ingredients. People who loves cooking and baking different kind would be really interested in trying other country's food. Delosa1 (talk)



MIT's Online Open Courseware Site
http://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm
Study at the number 1 ranked university in the world- the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, from the comfort of your own home and without having to enroll at MIT! Almost all of MIT's course materials are available here for free and cover a wide variety of topics, from business to engineering and the social sciences. Courseware is available in many formats, from recorded video lectures, lecture notes, online textbooks and assessments. Highly recommended!
Faizal


Free Online Drum Course - Through freedrumlessons.com
http://www.freedrumlessons.com/free-series/
"Each series offers step-by-step training, with multiple bite-sized video lessons spread out over multiple days so you can learn, practice, and make real progress in a short amount of time. Click on the links below to sign up... "
This is not a complete learning object, The target aundience are people interested in playing the drums, Interesting due to mostly video lessons.
Roryphilliplii (talk) 02:41, 11 April 2016 (UTC)


Online Rowing Training
http://www.digitalrowing.com/index.html
"A personal logbook that records every stroke while you row. Flexible and effective training plans tailored to you"
This is not a free thing to use, but it gives good tips and help for those who are looking to take up rowing as a sport.
Renwis1 (talk) 01:37, 12 April 2016 (UTC)


How To Make Perfect Caramel Pudding
http://yummyeasycooking.blogspot.co.nz/2014/06/how-to-make-perfect-caramel-pudding.html
This is a recipe & food blog where the owner share recipes, photos, cooking tips and instructional videos. From a concise video connected to Youtube, I've learned to make delicious caramel pudding. Directions are clear and easy to follow, the background music is fair-sounding, which makes it a user-friendly online courseware, although the blog is cluttered with too many ads. The target audience would be those who are interested in cooking&baking.
Bonniening (talk) 03:43, 12 April 2016 (UTC)


Online Microsoft Excel courses
https://excelexposure.com/
This website is designed to help users of Microsoft Excel. I used this website frequently as it runs through problems or questions I have had about specific formulas or functions. The website has videos of issues you may face or resolve. The website is aimed at users of Microsoft excel, in my case in a working environment.
Riahinton1 (talk) 22:22, 12 April 2016 (UTC)


Diwali (Indian Festival)

http://www.diwalifestival.org/diwali-festival-in-india.html

Diwali is a festival of lights. The above link which I have given tells about the festival of lights and how important is that for Indian people. In this project I want to tell people about the festival, that why it is celebrated. And I want to explain about the environmental effects that cause during the festival because of crackers. I am using my blog for the proposal of my project.

Noor (talk) 22:22, 12 April 2016 (UTC)


SNAKE BOAT RACE at Gods Own Country (Kerala,South India)

https://www.keralatourism.org/event/nehru-trophy-boat-race/20 http://www.indiavideo.org/kerala/festival/nehru-trophy-boat-race-2012-7751.php

I think through my project(Snake Boat Race) it help the user to study more about the south Indian culture and traditions.I plan to make a user friendly blog with the background music of the boat race.Add more colorful pictures into it.Make the ambiance and thus feel to the user to go and participate the event that happens once in a year.

BIBIN (talk) 03:22, 13 April 2016 (UTC)


Web developer tutorials, w3schools
http://www.w3schools.com/
W3Schools is a web developer information website, with tutorials covering most aspects relating to web development, these include CSS, JavaScript, PHP, SQL, Bootstrap, and JQuery. I used this site many times for reference throughout my BCS degree, the site is not relevant to my project but is a vary useful online learning tool.
JustinTurner JustinTurner (talk) 05:24, 13 April 2016 (UTC)

Computer and Computer Systems (OpenLearn)

http://www.open.edu/openlearn/science-maths-technology/computing-and-ict/computing/computers-and-computer-systems/content-section-0#

The Open University is a free learning website that offers many different courses.

JaredT


Japanese Kanji (WaniKani)
https://www.wanikani.com/
WaniKani is a tool which uses a number of different learning techniques to teach Japanese kanji. Learning Kanji can be a rather overwhelming undertaking, and the aim of this application is to make this process as easy and effective as possible. It breaks the kanji down into radicals, and uses mnemonics and spaced repitition to help users to memorize each of the characters. I spent the few months between finishing my Art & Design degree and starting the Diploma of Web/Multimedia Dev beginning to teach myself the Japanese language and this is the tool I used to get started on learning kanji.
A.jones (talk) 10:24, 13 April 2016 (UTC)



Tourism in India
India is a beautiful country. A life-time would be short to view all the beautiful sights that this country has to offer. Families going to holidays or young people going just to freak out, if the location is appropriate having a fun time is totally within the reach of all. http://www.tourism-of-india.com/ Harshitk16 (talk) 12:59, 14 April 2016 (UTC)



Lynda.com
https://www.lynda.com/
Lynda.com is a website that has training videos for everything related to technologies and computers and hundreds more on other subjects. Ranging from course like "Excel 2013 Essential Training" and "After Effects CC Essential Training" to others like "Online Marketing Fundamentals" and "The Practicing Photographer" , ensuring there will always something for everyone. I like Lynda.com as it has alot of courses ranging from many topics, with a large variety, with more coming every week. However it does require a subscription. Johnyoung6190 (talk) 11:24, 13 April 2016 (UTC)


Microsoft HoloLens: Course101
https://developer.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/holographic/holograms_101
Holograms 101 is a free step by step guide created and presented my Microsoft. The purpose of this tutorial is to assist anyone (even beginners with minimal or perhaps even no programming knowledge*), to learn how to create their own holographic experiences. Even though this demonstration is created to help future HoloLens (Augmented Reality) users (and utilises Unity software for the development*), it's also a great introduction learning experience for people and others to develop skills, knowledge, experiences, and the confidence to create their own similar or same AR Developments (ARD). This sharing of skills, knowledge and experiences (KSA's*) creates transferable skills; to be able to then incorporate and implement Augmented Reality creations and developments into other areas of AR (non HoloLens*) and other similar software development tools (such as Unreal Engine: similar development software to the recommended Unity*).
User:SubParticleMatter (User talk:SubParticleMatter) 10:24, 13 April 2016 (UTC)


Installing and Configuring Windows Deployment Service for Capturing an Image
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4zeVGLqjzA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwHyeqVOP2Y
Windows Deployment Services is a server technology from Microsoft for network-based installation of Windows operating systems. It is the successor to Remote Installation Services. Windows Deployment Services (WDS) enables you to deploy and capture a Windows operating systems over the network, which means that you do not have to install each operating system directly from a CD or DVD.
Defaultbug (talk) 13:09, 14 April 2016 (UTC)


E-Learning Hereos
https://community.articulate.com/e-learning-examples/
This is a community through Articulate Storyline with lots of examples of courses designed using this tool. To view the courses you need to create an account, where you will be given an ID. This is helpful to understand how this tool can be used to design your E-Learning courses and give you design ideas.
Sonya Payne 16 April 2016 (UTC)



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