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101. SolidWorks 2015 [2015]

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2 computer discs : color ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital ; optical .
"Solidworks education edition is the complete CAD teaching tool, featuring software plus full curriculum and instruction coursework, available at www.soldiworks.com/curriculum. Solidworks Education Edition gis your all inclusinve resource for teaching 3D mechanical CAD design validation and data management" --Container insert.
Engineering Library (Terman), Marine Biology Library (Miller)

102. Star Wars battlefront [2015]

Software/Multimedia
1 computer optical disc : digital, sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical.
"Immerse yourself in your Star Wars battle fantasies. Master the Battlefront with iconic Star Wars characters. Take to the skies in epic Star Wars dog fights."--Container.
Media & Microtext Center
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ME310 Project Based Engineering Design
Team Manutencoop's documentation provides a roadmap to the team's progress throughout the year working collaboratively with the Universita degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia and Manutencoop, a Northern Italian building services company. This document presents a vision of connecting building with people and its service along with implementation details for future work towards a final deliverable in June of 2015.

104. Stopbullying.gov. [2015 - ]

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1 online resource
StopBullying.gov provides information from various government agencies on what bullying is, what cyberbullying is, who is at risk, and how you can prevent and respond to bullying. The StopBullying.gov coordinates closely with the Federal Partners in Bullying Prevention Steering Committee, an interagency effort led by the Department of Education that works to coordinate policy, research, and communications on bullying topics. The Federal Partners include representatives from the U.S. Departments of Agriculture, Defense, Education, Health and Human Services, the Interior, and Justice, as well as the Federal Trade Commission and the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
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Learning, Design & Technology 2015
Superherolympics is a multi-player massive-scale board game designed for early adolescent “Third Culture Kids” who are navigating different cultures in their home life and in their world at large. Players create their own unique superhero identities that give them a sense of empowerment and benevolence, and then they are matched together in dynamic pairings to complete mini-game missions together. By engaging in low-stakes, fast, and frequent collaboration with others, they are able to develop their collaborative and cooperative skills while also practicing different forms of self-presentation, through the safe abstraction of their superheroes.
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1 online resource
As the Nation's Doctor, the Surgeon General nominated by the President of the United States with advice and consent of the United States Senate, provides Americans with scientific information available on how to improve their health and reduce the risk of illness and injury. In 2010, the Affordable Care Act designated the Surgeon General as the Chair of the National Prevention Council, which provides coordination and leadership among 20 executive departments with respect to prevention, wellness, and health promotion activities. The Surgeon General oversees the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps (USPHS), an elite group of more than 6,700 uniformed officer public health professionals working throughout the federal government whose mission is to protect, promote, and advance the health of our nation. This site presents Surgeon General's reports, public health reports, Calls to Action, and conference and workshop publications on related topics.

107. Ta xue xun mei [2015]

Video
1 videodisc
Video
2CD+DVD
East Asia Library
Image
3 scrolls in box : color illustrations ; 40 cm + 1 booklet
East Asia Library
Image
4 scrolls in box : color illustrations ; 40 cm + 1 booklet
East Asia Library

111. The 2 Shop [2015] Online

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Learning, Design & Technology 2015
Thousands of honorable military service members transition out of the military every year, yet many fail to find viable or fitting careers afterward. Though some resources exist to help obtain jobs, most assume the veteran already has a specific path in mind. The 2 Shop - a Stanford Learning, Design and Technology master's project - takes it back a step by offering online learning modules and a community of "sources" - veterans who have already made successful transitions into industry or viable educational programs - that serve as worked examples and mentors to cut through the fog of war that is career exploration. The contents include the final project paper and a 2-minute video advert.
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ME310 Project Based Engineering Design
Imagine Audi cars in 2025. Technology has advanced, and self-driving cars are zooming down the streets. Cars are connected with each other and share information. Traditional car ownership by one person still exists, but car sharing and rentals are just as popular. How do these trends affect the user and the car ownership experience? And how can Audi remain a successful premium car manufacturer? To answer this question, Audi asked a joint team from Stanford and the Hasso Plattner Institute (HPI) to design a feature that will improve the ownership experience in 2025 dramatically. Our team did extensive research in car sharing, connected cars, and autonomous vehicles, and interviewed Audi owners and employees to understand Audi as a brand. Audi cars are defined by their iconic brand identity and cutting edge technology. Customers love their sporty, comfortable, and professional nature. Audi is also quick to set trends that other competitors copy (such as the LED headlights). When autonomous cars arrive on the road, how can Audi keep their sporty image with no one in the driver seat and continue to be a leader in the industry that other manufacturers should catch up to? During early prototyping phases, the area of autonomous driving turned out to be most promising and challenging, as this is a relatively new area which users are not familiar with, yet. Trust in autonomous cars is a particularly important issue, both from the passengers’ point of view and from other road users’ point of view. Passengers must be convinced that autonomous cars are safe, do not suffer from technical malfunctions, and do not put their lives at risk. Road users like pedestrians, cyclists and drivers must be able to anticipate the autonomous car’s behavior, in order to feel safe, to make interaction in everyday traffic situations more efficient, and to raise acceptance of autonomous cars among the population. Our system is designed to help humans understand what an autonomous car is thinking. This will increase trust in autonomous cars, and, ultimately, increase acceptance of autonomous cars among the population.
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Learning, Design & Technology 2015
Team-based learning has been shown to improve test scores, engagement, and excitement about learning (Cohen and Lotan, 2014; Sibley and Ostafichuk, 2014) and collaboration is an essential skill for knowledge workers. Yet most students graduate high school and even college having never been explicitly taught how to align individual and group goals, manage conflict, and other skills essential to teamwork in their future academic and professional lives. Teachers often avoid team-based learning because managing group formation, conflict, assessment, and evaluation are challenging and time consuming. ToGetThere is a centralized digital repository of interventions and activities designed to help teachers and students learn, perform, and reflect in group work. It serves as an online community of practice designed to promote sharing and learning between teachers, researchers, and students. This paper more comprehensively describes the challenge and learning goals for our project, and explores the design considerations, feature set, and technology used to accomplish these. We also discuss methods of testing and measuring efficacy and potential applications beyond the Master’s project.
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1 online resource
The Traffic Safety Marketing website provides resources on traffic safety for States, partner organizations, and highway safety professionals. The resources include campaign materials, marketing tools, techniques, events/presentations on traffic safety; bicycle & motorcycle safety, child and child car seats safety, senior drivers and pedestrian safety, distracted driving and drunk driving are the major topic areas.
Software/Multimedia
1 streaming video (56 min.) Sound: digital. Digital: data file.
In 1960, NBC aired the first ¿́¿reality television¿́¿ show in American broadcast history. Hosted by Jane Wyatt of Father Knows Best fame, and billing itself as a ¿́¿new kind of visual reporting, ¿́¿ it was called Story of a Family, and it purported to document the day-to-day lives of the 10-member Robertson family of Amarillo, Texas. While the show has since faded from public memory, media scholars and television historians have long recognized its significance as a precursor to the unscripted television programming that dominates American television today. In TV Family, communication professor and filmmaker Ethan Thompson weaves the recollections of several of the Robertsons featured in the show with commentary from TV historians and cultural critics to offer a fascinating behind-the-scenes account of the making of Story of a Family. The result is an eye-opening look at one of the television industry¿́¿s earliest attempts to shape the ¿́¿reality¿́¿ of family life in commercially viable ways. Ideal for courses that look at media culture, commercial television, communication, documentary, and television history.
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1 online resource
The official site to learn about how to participate in a national service initiative designated by President Obama to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In additional to general information about how to serve others, volunteers and organizers of volunteers find toolkits to organize projects that address disaster preparedness, education, green living, health promotion, hunger prevention, and the needs of veterans and military families.
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ME310 Project Based Engineering Design
Raw materials for construction and industrial uses are becoming increasingly expensive. It is predicted that there will come a time when it is cheaper to recycle and reuse material that has already entered the manufacturing process than to mine new material from the earth. This is already the case in the steel industry, where scrap metal is easily melted down and recast. However, many potentially valuable waste materials are not currently recycled. Urban mining is the practice of reusing these unutilized materials instead of throwing them away to preserve their embodied energy. Volvo Construction Equipment challenged a team of students from Stanford University in the United States of America and the Blekinge Technical University in Sweden to develop a new technology in the field of urban mining that could be added to their product line. Volvo’s effort to enable more large-scale recycling is in line with its core value of environmental care. To better understand the problem, the Stanford and BTH teams conducted interviews and site visits to businesses in the four urban waste streams: construction and demolition (C&D), municipal, electronic, and rubber. It was found that the C&D industry accounts for the vast majority of all urban waste. There are several relatively new products, such as portable concrete crushers and onsite sorters, which allow contractors to reuse materials on a construction job site instead of trucking them to a landfill, which is costly. Off-hauling C&D waste from a demolition site typically accounts for half of the total budget of a demolition project. However, after more interviews were conducted, it became clear that another problem was in play: lack of job site space. Often, construction sites are limited by their footprint area, especially in urban areas. Currently, onsite reuse operations, such as crushing concrete for use as infill, take up large areas. Through prototyping and user-feedback, a system to effectively store large volumes of aggregate material in a tight footprint was designed.
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Presents the activities, programs, and campaigns of the U.S. Office of Minority Health to advance the health of ethnic and racial minorities and to achieve health equity for all. Highlights include: coverage of the Affordable Care Act provisions that address health disparities; the HHS Action Plan to Reduce Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities; linguistic and cultural competencies in health care; and, minority population profiles that present demographic statistics for health and insurance status, and other social and economic characteristics.
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1 online resource
An official web site of the U.S. Federal Government that describes its contracts, grants, compacts with, and services for Indian tribes and Alaska natives. Includes a Tribal Leaders Directory of contact information for each Federally-recognized tribe, and for BIA regions and agency offices.