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The general aim of GST 105 ‘History and Philosophy of Science’ is to: 1. Stimulate your interest in science by encouraging you to think critically. 2. Help you attain a personal philosophy of life – that is to develop some set of principles that will guide your actions in relation to other people. While going through this course, you will learn about how science and its branches originated, the contributions of ancient Africans to science, and how the use of scientific knowledge has helped to improve or mar our lives. The study of the history of science and its philosophy is very important. This is because the knowledge of today incorporates the discoveries of the past and the method through which those discoveries were made. Thus if you are to appreciate your programme and the level of advance it has attained, you must know something of how and where it originated and how it has evolved to its present state. Towards the end of this course, you will be exposed to the contributions of some great Nigerian scientists. This will motivate you to make your own contributions to society in whatever programme you may be running.
The section is aimed at introducing pupils to basic concepts of electronics. You will find that a range of basic electronics is covered including; component symbols, power sources, diodes, capacitors, transistors, LEDs and many more. Click on the aspect of electronics outlined below to view the information sheets.
Providing excellent customer service is essential to the long term viability of every business. This free online Diploma course introduces the fundamental elements of customer service and explains how they can be applied in any organization. Following this, it describes how a business can develop its customer service program to the highest level. This course also details the role of customer service in the hospitality industry, the retail industry and the public sector. These sections explain the elements of customer service that should be focused on in these sectors. This free online Diploma course is ideal for business managers, business owners and entrepreneurs who wish to learn how to implement an effective customer service program in their organization. This course will also be of great interest to retail staff, hospitality workers and public servants who want to become more proficient at providing friendly and effective customer service.
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Creating and communicating vision is an absolute requirement for any leader wanting to achieve his or her goals and future dreams. During this program, you will learn to develop your own visionary skills, as well as your ability to communicate them convincingly to others. You'll also learn how to write your own vision statement and ways to motivate others to share and buy into the vision.
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Are you new to using computers? Do you wonder what people mean when they say the Cloud, Windows, Blackberry, Lion, etc.? Perhaps you would just like to know more about how computers work? When it comes to learning today's technology, Computer Basics has all the basic concepts covered.
Hi! My name is Segun and I'll be your instructor forNetworking. This course is one of a series of lectures onCompTIA A+ 2009 Essentials (220-701). Imagine working in an office 20 years ago with little or no computer equipment. It's hard to envision now, isn't it? We take for granted a lot of what we have gained in technology the past few decades. Now, imagine having to send a memo to everyone in the company. Back then we used interoffice mail; today we use e-mail. It used to take days to get a document to someone in a remote office, and now it may just take a few seconds. E-mail is an example of one form of communication that only became available due to the introduction and growth of networks. In this lecture, I'll discuss the basic concepts of how a network works, including the way it sends information, the hardware used, and common types of networks that you might encounter. It used to be that in order to be a PC technician you only needed to focus on one individual computer at a time. In today's environment, though, you will in all likelihood be asked to troubleshoot both hardware and software problems on existing networks.
Hi! My name is Mike and I'll be your instructor for Server Deployment. This course is one of a series of lectures onWindows Server 2008 Server Admin MCITP 70-646. In this course, I will discuss the various aspects of planning a Windows Server 2008 deployment. I will also help you plan your deployment of core infrastructure services such as DHCP, DNS, Directory Services, and Network Access Protection (NAP). I will then take a look at deploying server virtualization using Microsoft's new Hyper-V technology. Finally, I will wrap up the course by discussing availability planning and file and print services.
Word 2013 is the word processing software in the 2013 version of Microsoft Office. It allows you to create a variety of professional-looking documents, including letters, flyers, reports, and more. In this class, we'll show you how to format documents, insert text, work with graphics, use proofing tools, and much more. By the end of the class, you'll feel comfortable creating and formatting documents for both work and home.
Some of the most basic tasks you perform in Excel involve selecting cells and ranges of cells, entering data, copying and moving things, and finding and replacing data. You can learn to select cells more efficiently by clicking and dragging and using the Alt and Shift keys to expand your selections. You can also copy items more efficiently using the Clipboard pane, and you can use AutoFill and AutoCorrect to enter data easily and accurately.
Click the MindNotes button to see a list of the objectives you need to master for the Microsoft Office Specialist 77-882 exam.
Office Web Apps is a free, online version of Microsoft Office that includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote. Office Web Apps are accessed through Windows Live SkyDrive, a cloud-based storage service that allows you to create, upload and share Office documents, in addition to other files.
Did you know that you can access Google services, like Gmail, Google Docs and YouTube, from one account? Creating a Google Account simply allows you to manage and customize settings for the Google apps and services you use. You can even set up an iGoogle home page to view, log in or open your favorite Google services all from one convenient spot.
Google Docs is a free, cloud-based suite of tools for creating documents, spreadsheets, presentations and more. This tutorial will cover the Documents application in Google Docs, in addition to showing you how to access and store your Docs from Google Drive.
Lessons 1-7 are duplicated from our Google Drive and Docs tutorial. If you have already taken this tutorial, you can start with Lesson 8 of this topic.
Google Drive is a cloud storage service that allows you to store your documents, photos, videos and more online in one place. From Drive, you can also access Google Docs, where you can create, share and collaborate on documents, spreadsheets, presentations and more from anywhere while online.
Google has integrated Google Docs with the new Google Drive. We have recently updated the lessons, added videos and changed the name of this topic to Google Drive and Docs.
Also visit our Google Docs Documents tutorial.
Pinterest is a popular social media site for creating virtual pinboards of the things you discover online. With Pinterest you can create and share pinboards on any subject you can imagine from vintage cars to funny cat videos to your favorite tutorials. Join the fun and explore what other people are pinning.
Still don't get Twitter? More and more this micro-blogging network is becoming a very useful tool for finding out what's going on with the people and things that matter to you the most. With our simple and engaging tutorial, you can learn all the various ways you can use Twitter to enhance your own life.
Skype is a software that allows you to instant message and make voice and video calls to fellow Skype users on the internet for free. You can even get a phone number and make calls to phones around the world for a fairly affordable rate. Learn all the ways you can share with those who matter to you using Skype.
Are you new to email? Perhaps you are wondering just how people communicate online? This introductory course will teach you the basics about email, including understanding how email works, where you get email service from, and how you communicate properly and safely online.
If you're ready to learn how to use a specific email program, try our Gmail tutorial.
Whether you’ve had any prior experience programming or not, the tutorials on this site will walk you through all the steps you’ll need to know in order to create and compile your programs. Becoming an expert programmer won’t happen overnight, but with a little patience, you’ll get there.
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In this course, we will take an overview of different aspects of business management. We will learn about Socrates' view on management.
We will review the different theories of business management. We will define management, describe management roles, functions, and skills, and also review some of the issues important to management development.
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Visual C# Web Applications Series
Microsoft's .NET Framework is a platform for developing distributed applications. Visual C# .NET is a programming language you can use to develop such applications. This series is designed for those with the goal of certification as a Microsoft Certified Application Developer (MCAD). It covers the objectives of the Developing and Implementing Web Applications with Microsoft Visual C# .NET and Microsoft Visual Studio .NET exam (70-315).
HTML and XHTML were both created following the same standards and guidelines that allow for Web page structure.
In this course, you'll learn what HTML can do and how Cascading Style Sheets can make up for the deficits of what it cannot do. You'll also learn how to:
|Apply HTML tags used for overall page structure.|
|Include ordered and unordered lists on a page. The importance of lists is significant as they allow for page organization and order.|
|Construct links from one place to another.|
This course contains supplied files that will help you develop Web pages. The files can be downloaded in the Course Tools.