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An introductory text on Simulink to provide a complete reference on the subject. Contains a plethora of examples with step-by-step solutions. Includes background information for students and working professionals who may not be familiar with certain topics. For additional information. please visit the Orchard Publications site.

This book focuses on the integration of information and communication technologies (ICT) into K-12 education. It documents the authors’ reflections on the approaches and issues that have facilitated implementation of ICT integration in education as well as their experience in integrating ICT in education at multiple levels – policies that empower schools; learning environments that encompass the hardware, services and support... more...

This text offers case studies of both delivery systems and experiences of individual teachers and a detailed focus on issues of quality in distance learning education.

This book is an experimental physics textbook on classical mechanics focusing on the development of experimental skills by means of discussion of different aspects of the experimental setup and the assessment of common issues such as accuracy and graphical representation. The most important topics of an experimental physics course on mechanics are covered and the main concepts are explored in detail. Each chapter didactically connects... more...

GameMaker: Studio Course Level 1 This book is designed for learning the basics of GameMaker: Studio’s GML language. It’s logically broken down into 25 sections. The sections are: Lesson 1 – Variables Lesson 2 – Conditionals Lesson 3 – Drawing Lesson 4 - Drawing Continued Lesson 5 – Keyboard Input and Simple Movement Lesson 6 - Objects Lesson 7 - Sprites Lesson 8 - Health, Lives and Score Lesson 9 - Mouse... more...


This book is dedicated to education. We need more education, deeper education, more effective education, more access to education, and more affordable education. While education works well for millions of learners, it doesn’t work for everyone. There are millions more whose lives could be transformed by education. For education to do better we cannot just keep doing the same things. This book is also dedicated to finding the game changers that will... more...

Photoshop A Quick-Start Guide to Starting With Photoshop And Creating Incredible Photos Like A Pro! Photoshop or photo manipulation has become a famous art that has been popular since the 19th century. Because photo shopping has been such a boom, this has resulted in the immense popularity of the software Adobe Photoshop that is used to edit videos or image. This editing software has been used as a neologism, and that’s how the phrase photo... more...

Blending Instruction with Technology is a book that offers educators guidelines and solutions for implementing blended learning in today’s classrooms. There has been a strong push by many communities, schools and educators to move to a 1:1 environment. However, once there… • How does one teach or facilitate learning in such an environment? • What are the researched best practices for implementing blended learning in classrooms? • How do... more...

With the new federal law, No Child Left Behind, there is ever increasing pressure on schools to be accountable for improving student achievement. That pressure is taking the form of focused efforts around data-driven decision making. However, very little is known about what data-driven decision making can really tell one about improving achievement nor is there a full explanation available about what it really takes to do this work. The few examples... more...

There is ample literature detailing the general lack of interest that girls show in computing, particularly in their later teen years, along with the subsequent decline in the number of women who enter the information technology (IT) workforce. In 2007, to address this problem, a new and revolutionary program was designed by Australian researchers to excite girls' interest in IT. The program was called 'Digital Divas' and it was unique because it ran... more...