Patryce Smith

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People who are blind tend to adopt sequential, route-based strategies for moving around the world (Golledge et al, 1996). Common strategies take the self as the main frame of reference, but those who perform better in navigational tasks use more spatial, map-based strategies (Hill et al, 1993). Training in such strategies can improve performance (Cummins(More)
Cyber Schools and MOOCs are a recent development in online education for unlimited free access and participation through the cloud. They are relevant for researchers and software professionals, not only because they will increasingly receive lifelong education through Cloud-ready platform and related technologies, but also the delivery through the cloud(More)
Space needs must be determined and documented. It is a widely known fact that storage is most frequently the first space affected when planners are looking to reduce the size and/or cost of a project. If you have good detailed documentation it can then be used as a lever to outline the implications of such a reduction. It may directly affect the service,(More)
The Circadian Type Inventory (Folkard 1987) was administered to 191 students (150 females and 41 males). Corrected item to total correlations for both the Vigour and Rigidity scales were low to moderate. The internal reliabilities of the scales indicate that Vigour is statistically more homogeneous (0.74) than Rigidity (0.58). In the absence of the original(More)
Although Learning Management Systems (LMS) have become a common place in higher education many stakeholders invest in this technology once the expected benefits align with the strategic goals of the institution and the technology falls within a given budget. However, it is not immediately apparent how stakeholders can determine whether the level of(More)
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