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WORDPRESS TUTORIAL LOG IN To log in to ... - walls media

LOG IN To log in to Wordpress enter your company’s domain plus /wp-admin. (Example: DASHBOARD The dashboard is the first page you see when you log in. It gives you an at-a-glance overview of what is happening on your blog. You can catch up on news, view drafts, moderate your comments and see how popular your content has been. PAGES Pages have content that is mostly static. To edit pages, you will login to the admin and in the WP Dashboard, click on pages and edit. You can then click on the page you would like to edit. POSTS Posts are news articles within the site. Each news article is in a category. Unlike pages, posts typically have comment fields and are included in your site’s RSS feed. To edit or add new posts, you will login to the admin. In the WP Dashboard, click on posts. You can choose to add a new post or edit an existing post. You may also choose to look at posts by date or category. PAGES AND POSTS Once you have addded a new page or post or edited one, you can click to preview the changes or publish it. You can also set to publish at a later date by clicking in the upper right corner of the post in the ‘publish box’ and then click ‘edit’ next to ‘publish immediately’. IMAGES To add an image to a page or post, click in the copy box where you would like the image to appear. Then click on the ‘Add an image’ box next to ‘Upload/insert’ above the copy box. A box will pop up and you will have the option to get the image from your computer, the media library or an URL address. You can then search for the image you want and once uploaded you can fill out the fields for the title, caption, alignment, etc. Then click ‘insert into post’ and the image will appear.

Tutorial Structural Analysis Programs Using - Digital Library and ...

Java applets are developed to assist in the learning of basic structural analysis concepts. In order for these programs to be easily available over the Internet, they are written in the object-oriented Java programming language. The Java programs known as applets are embedded in HTML documents. The HTML documents, part of a series of instructional units, present the topics demonstrated by the applets. The applets include truss and frame determinacy applets; a three-hinged arch bridge applet; determinate and indeterminate truss analysis applets; determinate and indeterminate frame analysis applets and an influence line analysis applet. These programs are available to any student or instructor with Internet access. The applets provide good examples of the application of objectoriented programming and the development of software for a graphical user interface. They also serve as excellent tools that facilitate the understanding of structural engineering concepts utilizing a medium that allows independent learning at an individual pace. I wish to express my sincere gratitude to my advisor Dr. Kamal Rojiani. Dr. Rojiani has freely offered his support and guidance throughout this process. For this I am truly grateful. I would also like to thank Dr. Rakesh Kapania and Dr. Tommy Cousins for serving as committee members. Your contributions are greatly appreciated. And thanks to the National Science Foundation for funding this project. To my parents, my loving wife Sarah and daughter Caroline, I could not have completed this without your continued encouragement and fortitude.

PCB Design Tutorial -

You've designed your circuit, perhaps even bread boarded a working prototype, and now it's time to turn it into a nice Printed Circuit Board (PCB) design. For some designers, the PCB design will be a natural and easy extension of the design process. But for many others the process of designing and laying out a PCB can be a very daunting task. There are even very experienced circuit designers who know very little about PCB design, and as such leave it up to the "expert" specialist PCB designers. Many companies even have their own dedicated PCB design departments. This is not surprising, considering that it often takes a great deal of knowledge and talent to position hundreds of components and thousands of tracks into an intricate (some say artistic) design that meets a whole host of physical and electrical requirements. Proper PCB design is very often an integral part of a design. In many designs (high speed digital, low level analog and RF to name a few) the PCB layout may make or break the operation and electrical performance of the design. It must be remembered that PCB traces have resistance, inductance, and capacitance, just like your circuit does. This article is presented to hopefully take some of the mystery out of PCB design. It gives some advice and “rules of thumb” on how to design and lay out your PCBs in a professional manner. It is, however, quite difficult to try and “teach” PCB design. There are many basic rules and good practices to follow, but apart from that PCB design is a highly creative and individual process. It is like trying to teach someone how to paint a picture. Everyone will have their own unique style, while some people may have no creative flair at all! Indeed, many PCB designers like to think of PCB layouts as works of art, to be admired for their beauty and elegance. “If it looks good, it’ll work good.” is an old catch phrase. Lets have a go shall we...

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A Tutorial on Cross-Layer Optimization in Wireless Networks

Optimization based approaches have been extensively used over the past several years to study resource allocation problems in communication networks. For example, Internet congestion control can be viewed as distributed primal or dual solutions to a convex optimization problem that maximizes the aggregate system performance (or utility). Such approaches have resulted in a deep understanding of the ubiquitous Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and resulted in improved solutions for congestion control [1]–[6]. The key question is whether such approaches can be applied to emerging multi-hop wireless networks to enable a cleanslate design of the protocol stack1 . Indeed there are unique challenges in the wireless context that do not allow a direct application of such techniques from the Internet setting. In particular, the wireless medium is an inherently multi-access medium where the transmissions of users interfere with each other and where the channel capacity is time-varying (due to user mobility, multipath, and shadowing). This causes Xiaojun Lin and Ness B. Shroff are with the Center for Wireless Systems and Applications (CWSA) and the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907, USA (email: {linx,shroff} R. Srikant is with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL 618012307, USA (e-mail: 1 The notion of a clean-slate design becomes especially attractive for multihop wireless networks, where the burdens of legacy systems are far less than for the Internet. DAT Sample Test Items - American Dental Association

DENTAL ADMISSION TESTING PROGRAM Sample Test Items Dental Admission Testing Program 211 East Chicago Avenue, Suite 600 Chicago, Illinois 60611 1-800-232-2162 American Dental Association ® These sample test items are reprinted for distribution in 2007 by the American Dental Association. © 2007 American Dental Association. All rights reserved. You may not reproduce or transmit, by any means or for any purpose, this publication, or any part of it, in print, electronic or other format without prior express written permission from the American Dental Association. DENTAL ADMISSION TEST PREPARATION MATERIALS How does one prepare for the DAT? There are no shortcuts to the process of learning, and these test preparation materials are not designed to provide the applicant with an opportunity to bypass the extensive process of absorbing basic information through class participation and months of study. These test preparation materials contain samples of the four tests used in the Dental Admission Testing Program. These are available to DAT applicants as a means of discovering possible areas of weakness in their comprehension of subjects covered by the test. They will also enable the candidates to become familiar with the types of material included in the test as well as with the general coverage and format of the various parts of the test battery. The entire DAT takes 4 hours and 45 minutes (including a 15-minute optional tutorial and break). In the real DAT, the time limit will be indicated in the upper right hand corner on the computer screen. Therefore, you will need to pace yourself as you proceed through each test in the Dental Admission Test. If you have time remaining for a section of the test, you can review your responses. When time expires, the computer screen will move to the next test or optional break period. The structure of the test is given below. You are encouraged to review the DAT Tutorial at under Step 4 before taking the actual DAT. The tutorial provides some sample items and information on navigating through the test. Components of the Test Optional Tutorial Survey of the Natural Sciences Perceptual Ability Test Optional Break Reading Comprehension Test Quantitative Reasoning Test Dental Admission Test

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Free Must-Have iPad Apps for Teachers - TCEA

Air Sketch Free - Turn your iPad into a wireless whiteboard and project live sketches to a local computer. Anti-Stress Quotes - This helpful app gives you many wise quotes on the topic of stress from the most influential men and women. CloudOn – CloudOn lets you use your iPad to create, view, and edit files directly in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. It also lets you use Dropbox to manage your files. Requires free registration. Dropbox – Install Dropbox on your computer and your iPad and easily transfer and share files between the two. Requires free registration. Dragon Dictation – Dragon Dictation is an easy-to-use voice recognition application powered by Dragon NaturallySpeaking that allows you to easily speak and instantly see your text or email messages. In fact, it’s up to five times faster than typing on the keyboard. Educreations Interactive Whiteboard – Educreations turns your iPad into a recordable whiteboard. Creating a great video tutorial is as simple as touching, tapping, and talking. With voice recording, realistic digital ink, photo imports, and simple sharing through email, Facebook, or Twitter, now you can broadcast your ideas from anywhere. eduTecher (sic) – Backpack - This app puts the best web tools and reviews of educational websites in the palm of your hand, saving you time with lesson planning and making learning more enjoyable for your students. Evernote - Evernote lets you take notes, capture photos, create to-do lists, record voice reminders--and makes these notes completely searchable, whether you are at home, at work, or on the go. Install on your computer as well. Requires free registration. iTunes U – This app offers an easy way to design and distribute complete courses featuring audio, video, books, and other content. Students and lifelong learners can experience your courses for free through their iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Kindle - The Kindle app is optimized for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, giving users the ability to read Kindle books, newspapers, magazines, textbooks, and PDFs on a beautiful, easy-to-use interface. You’ll have access to over 1,000,000 books in the Kindle Store plus hundreds of newspapers and magazines. Amazon Whispersync automatically syncs your last page read, bookmarks, notes, and highlights across ...

Boeing 737-800 Operating Manual - Delta Virtual Airlines

WELCOME As Chief Pilot for the Boeing 737 program, it is my pleasure to welcome you to one of our largest and most active programs at Delta Virtual Airlines. The Baby Boeing, as it’s come to be known, has served successfully in the short to medium range market since its first flight in 1967. Rather than retire this fine airliner, Boeing put it through several upgrades producing the Next Generation variant (300 through -500 classic series) and an improved variant (-600, -700, -800, 900) series with advances in avionics, efficiency, and capacity. Boeing’s continued success and study today will ultimately result in a further refinement that will be the 737 MAX. As a new pilot to the 737 program, you have an opportunity to fly in one of the longest serving and successful aircraft in commercial airline history. Flown by over 500 operators, you’ve chosen one of the best the airline industry has to offer. We welcome you into the mainstay of the fleet. The Delta Virtual Airlines Boeing 737-800 Aircraft Operating Manual (AOM) based upon the DVA Fleet Installer aircraft will aid in getting acquainted and actually flying a tutorial flight. We are always seeking to improve the accuracy of this AOM. Should you have questions about the specifics of this airplane, this manual or aviation in general, you should create a help desk issue at our website, If you would like to receive virtual flight training that is modeled after real world training, go to the Pilot Center on our website, where you can sign up for flight instruction in the DVA Virtual Flight Academy. It is our hope that you will enjoy your time in the program. B737 Chief Pilot HISTORY AND OVERVIEW In 1958 the Boeing Company began looking for a “twin engine feeder airliner to complete the family of Boeing passenger jets.” Boeing got off to a late start with an attempt to compete with the short haul jets already in production – the Caravelle, BAC One-Eleven and the DC-9. Since the Caravelle had already been in service a full 5 years, the DC-9 was about to fly and the One-Eleven was well into the flight test stages, ...

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Foreword Thank you for reading our guide to Dye Solar Cell (DSC) assembly. This tutorial was inspired by requests from Dye Solar Cell enthusiasts looking for a place to start. Some of them were scientist starting to investigate the technology, while others were professors who wanted to teach the assembly in training courses. Should you be in such a situation or not, we hope you will find this tutorial to be useful, helping you to successfully make your own Dye Solar Cells! There are many ways of making a Dye Solar Cell, with many combinations of materials and designs. For instance, some people may make cells open to the air, while others may choose to deposit the titania on their own. Some may prefer natural dyes instead of ruthenium dyes, and carbon cathodes instead of platinum cathodes, to make inexpensive solar cells for school activities. This document attempts to cover all possible situations. Therefore, several methods described for obtaining the same part of a solar cell. The cathode, for example, can be made from platinum or carbon. In such a case, only one method needs to be employed, depending on materials and equipment available. Readers are thus invited to pick and choose the sections relevant to the type of assembly they desire. This guide was compiled from comments and suggestions from our readers. Please feel free to send us your comments and suggestions, so that we can continue to improve this tutorial. The operation of a Dye Solar Cell is magical. Fortunately, making them requires no magic, just the right tools, materials, and techniques that we are happy to share with you here. Good luck making your own Dye Solar Cells, and have fun! – Dr. David Martineau