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Learning together online: E-learning for extension and outreach - Discussion boards (short clip)

Circa 2006 - short clip from Learning together online focusing on the value of social interactions in online courses.

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Chris Barrett Dyson Faculty Research Seminar

Zoom Recording ID: 92151442793 UUID: ccOf6lqcSKS0nVjbkYJ/qw== Meeting Time: 2021-09-16T15:17:41Z

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CIDA Spring 2021 Seminar (reschedule)- Bill Philpot: Two-dimensional Normalized Difference metrics: Distinguishing soil and partial vegetation cover

Zoom Recording ID: 94588062088 UUID: VP+BeVBAQY+At0pAOemlXQ== Meeting Time: 2021-09-13T15:45:12Z Cornell Institute for Digital Agriculture - Fall 2021 Seminar: Digital Agriculture for Sustainable…

From  Gabriela Cestero 3 plays

PARADIM Summer School 2021: RIXS on spin-orbit-entangled j=1/2 materials

PARADIM Summer School 2021- Materials Growth and Design: Frustrated and Quantum Magnetism - RIXS on spin-orbit-entangled j=1/2 materials

From  Brenda Fisher 5 plays

Informal Theory Seminar

Zoom Recording ID: 96116630382 UUID: Q5GYFihRRoa021pb1oMy/g== Meeting Time: 2021-06-03T19:52:54Z

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Pre-MBA Consulting Overview

Zoom Recording ID: 96112570383 UUID: ZAR+WE5yS/q6lqNDcNRzPg== Meeting Time: 2021-04-26T15:56:16Z

From  Victoria Preble 118 plays

Lesson 30.2 Horizontal Notation

Sorting algorithms can be quite sophisticated. In order to understand them, we need some way to visualize them. In this video, we introduce horizontal notation, which is a way to track how much of a…

From  Hannah Lee 21 plays

Lesson 28.4 Generator Visualization

Generators look like normal functions, but they do not behave like them. In this video we show how to visualize them, using the Python Tutor.

From  Hannah Lee 45 plays

Lesson 28.2 Iterable Classes

In this video, we show how to make our own iterable and iterator classes. These are actually tightly linked, and you need one to create the other.

From  Hannah Lee 50 plays

Lesson 28.1 Iterators

We are familiar with iterables, types that we can use in a for-loop. In this video we introduce the iterator. This is a type that can be used in a for-loop, but we can also manually step through the…

From  Hannah Lee 51 plays

Lesson 26.6 Mutable While-Loops

In this video we show that the one place we typically prefer while-loops is when we are modifying a list or other mutable iterable. While we did see how to do this with for-loops (by looping over…

From  Hannah Lee 48 plays

Lesson 26.5 While-Loops vs For-Loops

We can always replace for-loops with while-loops, but should we? In this video we talk about the trade-offs of the two control structures and why it might be better to use over the other.

From  Hannah Lee 50 plays

Lesson 26.3 While-Loop Ranges

While-loops require additional patterns beyond the simple accumulator pattern that we used in for-loops. In this video, we talk about the first such pattern, which is replacing the range iterator.…

From  Hannah Lee 52 plays

Lesson 25.4 The raise Statement

Up until now, the only way that we knew how to create an error is with an assert statement. But these always create errors with the type AssertionError. In this video we show how to create errors…

From  Hannah Lee 53 plays

Lesson 25.2 Error-Specific Recovery

In this video we show how to use the error type to give you more control over a try-except statement. You can chose to recover from some errors, while completely ignoring other errors.

From  Hannah Lee 55 plays

Lesson 19.5 Dictionaries and For-Loops

Dictionaries are not sliceable, but they are iterable. In this video we show the many different ways you can use a dictionary in a for-loop. The primary thing to understand is that you have to…

From  Hannah Lee 64 plays