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Free Must-Have Interactive Book iPad Apps - TCEA

Free Must-Have Interactive Book iPad Apps Abigail and the Balance Beam – This is the sweet story of an acrobatic bunny who just couldn't wait to grow up. Includes a puzzle and a game. From Hallmark. Callum the Caterpillar - Callum is lonely. He has no-one to play with, so the tulip Fairy kindly waves her wand to bring him some friends. Suddenly there are caterpillars everywhere and there is no room for Callum anymore. Casey and Bella Face Their First Bully - Throughout their journey, Casey and Bella experience three different types of bullying and apply the advice of Opee the Owl to help out their three new friends. Cave Bear and Duck - Follow these two mismatched buddies as they try and put out a raging forest fire started by early humans. Comic book format with audio reading. Cooper’s Big Bear Hug - Cooper's Big Bear Hug is a tale of a sweet young bear who wants to find a way to show his mom how much he loves her. Includes a puzzle and a “beary” game. From Hallmark. Dusty D. Dawg Has Feelings Too - Kids will read along and learn about exploring their feelings with Dusty D. Dawg. Includes a record-your-own mode. Forming Good Habits 01 – Brushing My Teeth Makes Me Feel Refreshed! - Through the word book with sticker and the story with chant, the kids can learn English and good habits at the same time in an easier and more fun way. The Four Seasons – An Earth Day Interactive Children’s Story Book - Raise awareness and teach your children about all of the precious gifts that mother nature has to offer: clean air, refreshing water, green environment and many more...all in the context of a beautiful interactive children's ...

iPad app and website usability - Nielsen Norman Group

iPad App and Website By Raluca Budiu and Jakob Nielsen WWW.NNGROUP.COM 48105 WARM SPRINGS BLVD., FREMONT CA 94539–7498 USA COPYRIGHT © 2011 NIELSEN NORMAN GROUP, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. To get your own copy, download from: http://www.nngroup.com/reports/ We are making this report available for free to support our loyal audience of usability enthusiasts by providing empirical data about iPad usability. This report does not contain as many detailed and actionable design guidelines as we usually provide, because we focused on getting the report out as quickly as possible after the study sessions. Even though this report is free, it is still copyrighted information, so we encourage you to not distribute it on the Internet—or otherwise—but instead link to its home on our website where other readers can download it if they are interested. Please do not link directly to the PDF file, but rather follow the guideline to reduce “PDF shock” by linking to the gateway page that summarizes the report within the format of a simple Web page: http://www.nngroup.com/reports/mobile/ipad/ The first edition of our iPad report (from 2010) is also available for free download at this website. Usually, when we publish a revised edition of a research report, we discontinue the older editions. In this case, however, we’re keeping both the 1st edition and the 2nd edition available, because they both provide interesting insights into iPad usability and present quite different sets of screenshots and examples. Even though the first edition tested older apps it’s still worth remembering the lessons from the mistakes made in these early designs. If you don’t remember history, you’ll be doomed to repeat it. Thus, if you find the current report interesting, we recommend that you also read the 1st edition. ...

Apps Designed with Disability in Mind - Ohio Center for Autism and ...

Created by: Heather Bridgman and Nick Weiland Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence January 2012 EarPict2 Created by Heather Bridgman and Nick Weiland OCALI Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence, January 2012 ICON LINK DESCRIPTION COST FORMAT Proloquo2Go AAC software with high quality speech output. The vocabulary includes over 7000 items. Includes text-­‐to-­‐ speech. $189.99 Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 4.2 or later. iCommunicate Great for audiovisual prompting or as an AAC device. 100+ photographic images included and over 10,000 SymbolSix images available. Recorded audio messages, but no text-­‐to-­‐speech. $49.99 Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1.3 or later. TapSpeak Sequence for iPad Acts like a sequenced switch. PCS symbols available for $29.99 additional cost. Tap response can be adjusted for varying motor abilities. Unlimited recording length and unlimited number of sequences. Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Look2Learn AAC software with photographic images. Pre-­‐loaded vocal output or the ability to record your own audio messages. 80 different photos available or add your own custom photo images. $14.99 Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.0 or later. TouchChat HD TouchChat is a full-featured AAC software for the iPad. Words, phrases and messages are spoken with a built-in voice synthesizer or recorded messages. Five synthesized voices are available. $159.99 Compatible with iPad. Requires iOS 3.2 or later. Speak it! High-­‐quality text-­‐to-­‐speech app. Type or copy text from $1.99 your e-­‐mail, a news article, or other apps and paste it into Speak it to have it read back while words are highlighted. Save text as audio file and send via e-­‐mail. Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Requires iOS 3.0 or later. ...

Register Your Alarm System - Philadelphia Police Department

CITY OF PHILADELPHIA DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, CODE UNIT WHEN COMPLETED, MAIL TO: DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE CODE UNIT P.O. BOX 56318 PHILADELPHIA, PA 19130-6318 FAX (215) 686-1578 ALARM SYSTEM REGISTRATION For information, call (215) 686-1584 PLEASE PRINT OR TYPE USE A CHECK OR MONEY ORDER for $50 EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2009. PRIOR YEARS ARE BILLED AT $35 PER ANNUM. MADE PAYABLE TO:"CITY OF PHILADELPHIA" RESIDENTIAL USER COMMERCIAL USER __________________________________, __________________________, ___ LAST NAME FIRST NAME M.I. ______________________________________________________________ BUSINESS OWNER’S NAME OR LEGAL CORPORATE NAME _________________________________________________________________ ADDITIONAL NAME (USE SAME FORMAT) ______________________________________________________________ TRADING NAME PURCHASE DATE IF OWNER OCCUPIED ____________________________ CITY OF PHILA TAX ID# _______________________________________ ALARM SYSTEM LOCATION (USE ONLY LEGAL ADDRESS; FOLLOW SPECIFIED FORMAT; DO NOT USE INTERSECTION ADDRESS) ____________ ______ HOUSE NUMBER DIRECTION (N, E, S, W) _______________________________________ ____________ STREET NAME _________________ DESIGNATION ( ST, AVE, RD, LA) _______________ UNIT #, FLOOR, SUITE ZIP CODE __________________________________________________ PHONE AT ALARM SYSTEM LOCATION: (__________ )______________________________________ AREA CODE NAME OF CONTACT AT ALARM SITE BILLING NAME & ADDRESS (IF DIFFERENT FROM ABOVE) ________________________________________________________, _______________________________________________________________ NAME STREET ADDRESS _________________________________________________ CITY __________ _________________ STATE ZIP (_____)_____________________________ AREA CODE PHONE NUMBER ALARM COMPANY ID # _______ MONITORING COMPANY ID # ______ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ NAME NAME _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ ADDRESS ________________________ ____________ ___________ CITY STATE ZIP (______)__________________ (______)_______________ PHONE FAX USER STATUS ADDRESS ________________________ ____________ ___________ CITY STATE ZIP (_____)___________________ (_____)________________ PHONE FAX APPLICATION DATE _____________________________ EFFECTIVE DATE NEW SYSTEM (NO PREVIOUS REGISTRATION) EXISTING SYSTEM, NEW USER ALARM REGISTRATION NUMBER (LEAVE BLANK) ___________________________________ ____________________ ____________ PREVIOUS REGISTRANT OR REGISTRATION #, IF KNOWN __________________________________________________ CANCEL REGISTRATION AT FORMER ADDRESS LIST FORMER ADDRESS & REGISTRATION # _________________________________________________ _____________________ CHECK OR MONEY ORDER ATTACHED ______ NO PAYMENT ______ ________________________________________________________________ THE ANNUAL ALARM REGISTRATION FEE IS $50, DUE UPON INSTALLATION OF A BURGLARY OR ROBBERY ALARM SYSTEM OR UPON THE TRANSFER OF AN EXISTING SYSTEM TO A NEW OWNER, OCCUPANT OR USER. THE FEE COVERS ONE YEAR WHICH BEGINS ON THE 1ST DAY OF THE MONTH (AND YEAR) IN WHICH THE ALARM SYSTEM IS INSTALLED OR IN WHICH AN ACTIVATION IS REPORTED TO THE PHILADELPHIA POLICE. THE USE OF AN UNREGISTERED ALARM SYSTEM COULD RESULT IN A FINE OF $150-$300 PER ACTIVATION....

Genetic Toxicology Biochemistry - University of Pennsylvania ...

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH Provide the following information for the key personnel and other significant contributors in the order listed on Form Page 2. Follow this format for each person. DO NOT EXCEED FOUR PAGES. NAME POSITION TITLE STEPHEN W. TUTTLE Sr. Research Investigator eRA COMMONS USER NAME TUTTLE EDUCATION/TRAINING (Begin with baccalaureate or other initial professional education, such as nursing, and include postdoctoral training.) INSTITUTION AND LOCATION DEGREE (if applicable) YEAR(s) B.S. M.S. Ph.D. 1979 1986 1996 Muskingum College, New Concord, OH Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA FIELD OF STUDY Biology Genetic Toxicology Biochemistry A. Positions and Honors. Academic Appointments at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH 1980 - 1982 1983 - 1983 1984 - 1986 Research Assistant I Dept. of Radiology, Div. of Biochemical and Radiation Oncology Research Assistant II Dept. of Radiology, Div. of Biochemical and Radiation Oncology Research Assistant III Dept. of Radiology, Div. of Biochemical and Radiation Oncology Academic Appointments at The University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 1986 -1992 1992-1996 1996-1997 1997 -2000 2001-2006 Research Specialist IV Dept. of Radiation Oncology, Div. of Oncology Research Doctoral Candidate Department of Biochemistry, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Post-Doctoral Fellow Cancer Center University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Post-Doctoral Fellow Dept. of Radiation Oncology, Div. of Oncology Research Sr. Research Investigator Dept. of Radiation Oncology, Div. of Oncology Research Other Experience and Profession Memberships 20072005 2007 2007 Honors 1977-1979 1986 1988 1990 1992 1995 1995...

Liberal Arts and Sciences Test - New York State Teacher ...

Purpose of This Preparation Guide This preparation guide is designed to help familiarize candidates with the content and format of a test for the New York State Teacher Certification Examinations (NYSTCE®) program. Education faculty and administrators at teacher preparation institutions may also find the information in this guide useful as they discuss the test with candidates. The knowledge and skills assessed by the test are acquired throughout the academic career of a candidate. A primary means of preparing for the test is the collegiate preparation of the candidate. This preparation guide illustrates some of the types of questions that appear on a test; however, the set of sample questions provided in this preparation guide does not necessarily define the content or difficulty of an entire actual test. All test components (e.g., directions, question content and formats) may differ from those presented here. The NYSTCE program is subject to change at the sole discretion of the New York State Education Department. Organization of This Preparation Guide Contained in the beginning sections of this preparation guide are general information about the NYSTCE program and how the tests were developed, a description of the organization of test content, and strategies for taking the test...

LEED GA 35Q Sample Exam - GreenStep
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GreenStep is committed to empowering members of the building community with the knowledge and skills necessary to understand and successfully apply the LEED Rating System to their projects. One of the first steps towards understanding how to effectively implement LEED is to become a LEED Green Associate, demonstrating a basic understanding of the LEED Rating System and related concepts. In addition to our LEED‐specific educational programs, study material and full length practice exams, GreenStep offers this free LEED Green Associate Sample Exam to help you prepare to pass the test with confidence – the first time. The following compilation of test questions accurately reflects the types of questions you will encounter on the LEED Green Associate Exam. To get the most benefit out of this sample exam, we recommend taking it under exam‐style conditions (less than one and a half minutes per question) while practicing good test taking strategies such as eliminating incorrect answers and focusing on selecting the best of the remaining answer(s). Although there is not a defined number of questions you must get right to pass the real exam, you should be able to correctly answer at least 90% of the questions in this sample exam in order to feel confident going into the test. As with the real exam, there is no partial credit given for questions with multiple‐choice format. Once you’ve completed all the questions, send an email to GAanswerkey@greenstepeducation.com to receive the answer key. In addition to this free sample exam, GreenStep’s industry‐leading LEED Exam Training workshops and full length LEED Practice Exams have proven highly effective in preparing people to pass the LEED exam. Our courses deliver the material in a clear and concise format while presenting the types of exam questions that are asked so you ...

UNITRONIC MK5/MK6 Jetta/GLI 3” Cat-Back Exhaust System ...

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS UNITRONIC MK5/MK6 Jetta/GLI 3” Cat-Back Exhaust System UH007-EXA Unitronic recommends that you read through the entire installation instructions prior to beginning the installation to familiarize yourself with the included components, tools required, and procedures involved with the installation. DISCLAIMER: Unitronic recommends that a Unitronic Authorized Dealer or other qualified and trained professional should perform the installation of this product. Unitronic Installation Instructions are also available in digital format, if you prefer. Please visit the corresponding product page for a link to download the digital Installation Instructions. www.getunitronic.com It is recommended to confirm all parts are present prior to beginning to remove the OEM exhaust system. PACKING LIST: PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION QUANTITY INCLUDED UH001-EX3 3” to 60mm Reducer 1 UH004-EX5 MK5/6 Jetta Mid-Pipe Section 1 UH002-EX6 MK5/6 Jetta Muffler Section 1 UH001-EX0 Unitronic 3” V-Band Clamps 2 UH002-EX7 3” Seal Rings 2 RECOMMENDED TOOLS NEEDED: • Jack Stands & Floor Jack (or vehicle lift) • 13mm socket (3/8”) • 11mm socket (3/8”) • 3/8” ratchet • 8” or 12” prybar • PB Blaster, WD-40, Liquid Wrench, or any other penetrating oil. REV.FEB.2014 GETUNITRONIC.COM QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS? CALL US TOLL-FREE AT 1.866.341.2447 OR EMAIL US AT INFO@GETUNITRONIC.COM 1 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS UNITRONIC MK5/MK6 Jetta/GLI 3” Cat-Back Exhaust System UH007-EXA 1 Secure your vehicle safely on jack stands to gain access to the underside of your vehicle. 2 Locate the middle bracket at the rear of the exhaust tunnel and remove the four (4) 13mm nuts using your 13mm socket and 3/8” ratchet. (See Fig. A) 3 Loosen the center slip clamp holding your downpipe and cat-back together using your 13mm...

digital SLR Comparison Chart - Nikon
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Digital SLR Comparison Chart D3X D3S D700 D300S D7000 D90 D5000 D3100 D3000 12.3 million pixels 16.2 million pixels 12.3 million pixels 12.3 million pixels 14.2 million pixels 10.2 million pixels FX-format CMOS FX-format CMOS FX-format CMOS DX-format CMOS DX-format CMOS DX-format CMOS DX-format CMOS DX-format CMOS DX-format CCD 3.0-in, 921,000-dot 3.0-in, 921,000-dot 3.0-in, 921,000-dot 3.0-in, 921,000-dot 3.0-in, 921,000-dot 3.0-in, 921,000-dot Vari-angle type, 2.7-in., 230,000-dot 3.0-in., 230,000-dot 3.0-in., 230,000-dot D-Movie mode No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No ISO Sensitivity Range 100 to 1600 200 to 12,800 200 to 6400 200 to 3200 100 to 6400 200 to 3200 200 to 3200 100 to 3200 100 to 1600 Top Framing Rate Up to 5 frames-per-second at full resolution Up to 9 frames-per-second at full resolution Up to 5 frames-per-second at full resolution Up to 7 frames-per-second Up to 6 frames-per-second Up to 4.5 frames-per-second Up to 4 frames-per-second Up to 3 frames-per-second Up to 3 frames-per-second Built –in Flash No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Battery EN-EL4a EN-EL4a EN-EL3e EN-EL3e EN-EL15 EN-EL3e EN-EL9a EN-EL 14 EN-EL9a Effective Pixels 24.5 Million Pixels 12.1 Million Pixels 12.1 Million Pixels 12.3 Million Pixels 16.2 Million 12.3 Million Pixels 12.3 Million Pixels 14.2 million pixels 10.2 Million Pixels Image Sensor FX-format CMOS Sensor, 24 × 35.9mm FX-format CMOS Sensor, 23.9 × 36mm FX-format CMOS Sensor, 23.9 × 36mm DX-format CMOS Sensor, 23.6 × 15.8mm DX-format CMOS Sensor, 23.6 × 15.8mm DX-format CMOS Sensor, 23.6 × 15.8mm DX-format CMOS Sensor, 23.6 × 15.8mm DX-format CMOS Sensor, 23.1 x 15.4mm DX-format CCD Sensor, 23.6 × 15.8mm Active Dust Removal System No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes FX-format 6,048 × 4,032 [L] 4,544 × 3.024 [M] 3,024 × 2,016 [S] At a Glance 12.1 million pixels LCD Monitor Image Sensor 12.1 million pixels Image Sensor FX-format 4,256 x 2,832 [L] 3,184 x 2,120 [M] 2,128 x 1,416 [S] 1.2X Crop 3,552 x 2,368 [L] 2,656 x 1,776 [M] 1,776 x 1,148 [S] 5:4 format 3,552 x 2,832 [L] 2,656 x 2,120 [M] 1,776 x 1,416 [S] FX-format 4,256 × 2,832 [L] 3,184 × 2,120 [M] 2,128 × 1,416 [S] DX-format 4,288 × 2,848 [L] 3,216 × 2,136 [M] 2,144 × 1,424 [S] DX-format 4928 x 3264 (L) 3696 x 2448 (M) 2464 x 1632 (S) DX-format 4,288 × 2,848 [L] 3,216 × 2,136 [M] 2,144 × 1,424 [S] DX-format 4,288 × 2,848 [L] 3,216 × 2,136 [M] 2,144 × 1,424 [S] DX-format (L) 4608 x 3072 (M) 3456 x 2304 (S) 2304 x 1536 DX-format 3,872 × 2,592 [L] 2,896 × 1,944 [M] 1,936 × 1,296 [S] Image Size (pixels) DX-format 3,968 × 2640 [L] 2,976 × 1,976 [M] 1,984 × 1,320 [S] 5:4 format 5,056 × 4,032 [L] 3,792 × 3,024 [M] 2,528 × 2,016 [S] DX-format 2,784 × 1,848 [L] 2,080 × 1,384 [M] 1,392 × 920 [S] DX-Format 2,784 x 1,848 [L] 2,080 x 1,384 [M] 1,392 x 920 [S] Dual CF memory card slots Dual CF memory card slots CF memory card slot Dual card slots 1 CF and 1 SD (SDHC compatible) Dual SD card slots (SDHC, SDXC compatible) SD memory card (SDHC compatible) SD memory card (SDHC compatible) SD memory card (SDHC, SDXC compatible) SD memory card (SDHC compatible) File Types 1) JPEG-3 levels Fine (1:4) Normal (1:8) Basic (1:16) 2) NEF (RAW) 12 or 14 bit selectable 3) NEF (RAW); Lossless compressed, Compressed, Uncompressed 4) Uncompressed TIFF 1) JPEG-3 levels Fine (1:4) Normal (1:8) Basic (1:16) 2) NEF (RAW) 12 or 14 bit selectable 3) NEF (RAW); Lossless compressed, Compressed, Uncompressed 4) Uncompressed TIFF 1) JPEG-3 levels Fine (1:4) Normal (1:8) Basic (1:16) 2) NEF (RAW) 12 or 14 bit selectable 3) NEF (RAW); Lossless compressed, Compressed, Uncompressed 4) Uncompressed TIFF 1) JPEG-3 levels Fine (1:4) Normal (1:8) Basic (1:16) 2) NEF (RAW) 12 or 14 bit selectable 3) NEF (RAW); Lossless compressed, Compressed, Uncompressed 4) Uncompressed TIFF...

Wireless radio system for firing strobes and most DSLR cameras.*

Fire a DSLR Camera The MicroSync® II can remotely fire most DSLR cameras that have an electronic shutter release input. To do this, you will need a camera firing cord for your DSLR. MicroSync® II camera firing cords are available for most Canon, Nikon and Pentax digital and film SLRs. For Canon Pro DSLRs Model VMC115 Works with Canon 10D, 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, 5D, 5D Mark II, 7D, 1D Mark II, 1D Mark II N, 1D Mark III, 1D Mark IV, 1Ds Mark II, 1Ds Mark III, 1V, 1VHS, and EOS 3 SLRs. For Nikon DSLRs Model VMC116 Works with Nikon D1, D1H, D1X, D2H, D2Hs, D2X, D2Xs, D3, D3S, D3X, D200, D300, D300s, D700, F100, F5, F6, N90 and N90s SLRs. For Canon Digital Rebel and Pentax DSLRs Model VMC117 Works with Canon 60D, EOS Digital Rebel (300D), T1i (500D), T2i (550D), T3 (1100D), T3i (600D), XS (1000D), Xsi (450D), XT (350D), and XTi (400D) DSLRs. Also works with Pentax K-5, K-7, K-r, K-x, K10D, K20D, K100D, K110D, K200D, *istD, *istDL, *istDS, and *istDS2 DSLRs. For instructions and a complete list of compatible DSLRs, visit w w w. m i c ro s y n c d i g i t a l . c o m . Sync Cords and Adaptors Available Models: To expand the utility of the MicroSync® II system, we offer the following sync cords and adaptors. VM2TR MicroSync® II Transmitter and Receiver Kit PC Cord for MicroSync® II, Model VMC112 Common Uses: • Remotely fire a PC terminal-equipped flash (such as Nikon’s SB-26, SB-28, SB-80, SB-800, SB-900 or Canon’s 580EX II). • Fire a remote light and a hot shoe mounted flash simultaneously. • Fire strobes remotely using a PC terminalequipped light meter. • Fire strobes remotely from PC terminal-equipped medium format cameras and lenses. Wireless Radio Strobe Sync System VM2R MicroSync® II Receiver and Plugs VM2T MicroSync® II Transmitter Actual Size Transmitter Specifications: This adaptor allows you to plug your strobe’s sync cord into the MicroSync® II receiver. Note: This adaptor is only necessary for strobes that do not have either the 1⁄4” mono plug, mini plug (3.5mm), or two prong plug sync inputs. Receiver CR2032 / 3 yrs Hot shoe Ports Universal Sync Cord Adaptor for MicroSync® II, Model VMC113 Transmitter Batteries/Approx. Life Plugs Sub-mini phone input 2.5mm 2.13 x 0.9 x 1.26” (54 x 23 x 32 mm) 0.7 oz (20 g) 2 AA / 1 yr Interchangeable 1⁄4” mono plug, 3.5mm mono plug, two-prong plug, and shoe mount Sub-mini phone output 2.5 mm 1.42 x 0.9 x 4.17” without plug attached, (36 x 23 x 106 mm) 3.35 oz (95 g)...

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