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Copyright for the Rest of Us

Copyright for the Rest of Us

Marcia Keyser | Teacher's Resources
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A textbook designed to introduce college or high school students to copyright law without going into too much detail - or being too simplistic. Its nine chapters cover what the law says and how that law is commonly applied to music, movies, artworks, digitization, and other situations. Each module...

Universal Algorithms in Signal Processing and Communications

Universal Algorithms in Signal Processing and Communications

Denver Greene | Teacher's Resources
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This course focuses on algorithms in signal processing and communications.

Travel Literature and History

Travel Literature and History

AnaMaria Seglie | Teacher's Resources
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This collection provides modules on different forms of travel includes lessons on transported labor and slavery, travel journals, travel fiction, migration, and U.S. imperialism in hemispheric and transatlantic travel.

Using Historical Documents

Using Historical Documents

AnaMaria Seglie | Teacher's Resources
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This course provides useful ways and materials from which to discuss historical records, documentation, print culture, and rare materials for AP history teachers.

Transport Phenomena

Transport Phenomena

George Hirasaki | Teacher's Resources
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A course designed as a first level graduate course in transport phenomena teaching the fundamental principles and application of to sample problems.

Signals, Systems, and Society

Signals, Systems, and Society

Carlos E. Davila | Teacher's Resources
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This textbook gives an introduction to signals, systems, and transforms while striving to present the material in a societal context.

Studying Political Satire:

Studying Political Satire: "The Egyptian Red Book"

David Getman, Paula Sanders, Lisa Spiro | Teacher's Resources
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This course demonstrates how to conduct historical research through a case study of a nineteenth-century work of British political satire, "The Egyptian Red Book." It examines how to categorize historical documents, how to identify images of unknown figures, and how to decode satire from a...

Revolution and War in the Hemisphere

Revolution and War in the Hemisphere

AnaMaria Seglie | Teacher's Resources
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This course offers AP history and English teachers teaching material for studying different wars throughout the Western Hemisphere. The collection is organized into three major sub-folders: Caribbean and Latin American independence movements, the U.S. Civil War, and the U.S.-Mexican War.

Purdue Digital Signal Processing Labs

Purdue Digital Signal Processing Labs

Charles A. Bouman | Teacher's Resources
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This is a senior-level undergraduate course that covers the fundamentals of digital signal processing, along with several applications throughout the course. Some applications of particular emphasis are speech modeling, coding and synthesis, and also imaging processing topics including filtering...

Modules Linking to Computing Cases

Modules Linking to Computing Cases

Outdated books | Teacher's Resources
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This course is designed to link two National Science Foundation projects: Computing Cases and the EAC (ethics across the curriculum) Toolkit. The course contains topics on the following subjects: case studies, socio technical systems, theory Building, decision making frameworks, and computing...