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In 1986 the author tested 1000 English school pupils aged 7-1 1 years. The hvo tests used comprised 11 questions on "Randomness" and 12 questions on "Comparison of Odds". At ICOTS I1 the author reported on some of the "Randomness" questions (Green, 1986) and subsequently has contributed a paper for the UNESCO book Studies in Mathematics Education Volume 7(More)
  • Abbott, David H Abman, Steven H Acker, Helmut Adhihetty, Peter Agostoni, Piergiuseppe Ahima +494 others
  • 2011
Reviewers The Publications Committee of the American Physiological Society gratefully acknowledges the services of the following reviewers who assisted the Editorial Board in the reviews of manuscripts. (invited only) have specific instructions that you should review if you are submitting to them. The American Physiological Society (APS) Journals seek(More)
– Third generation mobile communication networks are designed to provide a variety of high data rate services with higher Quality of Service (QoS) than second-generation systems. Handover becomes one of the major problems in such a mobile environment as it is of utmost importance to provide a higher guarantee that the users are able to continue their(More)
There is now widespread recognition of the changing nature of students in higher education: they are demographically diverse, have extensive external time demands, and expect greater flexibility and support during their programs. As a consequence of this and other changes to the higher education sector, many universities worldwide have introduced a range of(More)
PURPOSE This paper aims to show that identification of expectations and software functional requirements via consultation with potential users is an integral component of the development of an emergency department patient admissions prediction tool. DESIGN/METHODOLOGY/APPROACH Thematic analysis of semi-structured interviews with 14 key health staff(More)
This notebook contains information from the 2013 administration of the LibQUAL+® protocol. The material on the following pages is drawn from the analysis of responses from the participating institutions collected in 2013. The LibQUAL+® project requires the skills of a dedicated group. We would like to thank several alumni members of the LibQUAL+® team for(More)
Threshold concepts (TCs) are concepts that, when mastered, represent a transformed understanding of a discipline without which the learner cannot progress. We have undertaken a process involving more than 75 faculty members and 50 undergraduate students to identify a working list of TCs for biochemistry. The process of identifying TCs for biochemistry was(More)