lecture notes

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lecture notes

nplappunti mpl (del corso or delle lezioni)
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The two books of Chern's lecture notes and a selection of his expository papers reveal--especially to young Chinese mathematicians--the thinking processes of a major contributor to contemporary mathematics.
A specific gradual approach to technological innovation adopted by some instructors is that of making available to students the lecture notes of the PowerPoint presentation used for the "live" lecture.
OT student rep, Karan Vyas, (pictured), discusses Ophthalmology: Lecture Notes
Thus, Nanostructure Physics and Microelectronics is written in the form of lecture notes (indeed, it's based on the 10th version of the author's own lecture notes for the two-semester classes he's been teaching for decades), but provides a basic, progressive approach beginning with semiconductor theory with all the math, charts, graphs, and visuals a lecturer would ordinarily present in the course of his discussion.
Online commenter SCstarman added, "You might appreciate the definition of a lecture given by Eric Masur in 'Confessions of a Converted Lecturer': 'The lecture method is a process whereby the lecture notes of the instructor get transferred to the notebooks of the students without passing through the brains of either
London, March 20 ( ANI ): JRR Tolkien's translation of Beowulf, alongside a commentary taken from his lecture notes made throughout the 1930s, will be published in May.
This volume collects lecture notes from nine lecture series delivered at the July 2011 Park City Mathematics Institute on mapping class groups and moduli spaces of Riemann surfaces.
This study refers to e-learning as all forms of electronically-supported instruction, which range from videotaped lectures posted on the Internet; learning management systems such as Blackboard that distribute lecture notes, syllabi, and assignments; online collaborative simulations; and interactive systems that use artificial intelligence to deliver customized instruction.
Besides Smith's published writings, these include student lecture notes discovered in two finds, in 1895 and in 1958, which fill some of the void left in the wake of Smith's "archival bonfire" (4).
The book is based on the lecture notes that have been used at the School of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Purdue University for more than 30 years.
There seems to be no doubt among the researchers on the positive effects that the availability of lecture notes have on the performance of students (Kiewra, 1985; Grabe, 2004).