*****A perfect app for a life science or biology course that is designed to engage students to explore the topic of classification. It is designed to address the needs of all students in the topic.
*****Covers the subtopics of:
Grouping living organisms
Mosses and Liverworts
Invertebrates (many examples with classification characteristics)
Vertebrates (many examples with classification characteristics)
Making a Dichotomous Key
Many examples of organisms both common and uncommon.
Drag and drop feedback for checkpoints for self-assessment
Opportunity to create a dichotomous key
***** Other Key Features:
- Think! and Explore This for greater engagement
- Main Points summary
- Concept Map
- Test Yourself (summary questions)
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This is for children learning to talk, or for those who want to learn norwegian. This old-school picturebook is interactive. Touch an object and you hear its name, and sometimes there will be an additional effect. Farts, superman and the evil snowman are all part of the game to keep a toddler interested. The things are part of a bigger picture, which helps the child make associations and remember the words better.
DISCLAIMER: This app is primarily norwegian and english pronounciation is not perfect.
-Advance to the next picture by touching and holding the city, the door, or the water.
-The question mark can be pressed for help.
- A score board keeps track of how many items you have found so far, and how many are left.
- There is a quiz mode where you have to locate the things you hear pronounced.
- To see the object in text, press the "i"-button.
4 interactive pictures included.
Languages supported: norwegian, english.
Suitable for large displays.
IconArchive, http://www.iconarchive.com/ for nice looking icons.
The user CGEffex at freesound.org for ambient sound (pirate level). The address to his user at freesound is http://www.freesound.org/people/CGEffex/
http://soundfxnow.com for a bunch of cool sounds.
All content in this app is protected by copyright law.
Les données collectées sur le terrain, sans doute loin d'un réseau internet, seront envoyées sur nos serveurs quand une connexion est disponible. Là elles sont stockées afin de vous fournir un "herbier virtuel" ; de plus un outil automatique fonctionnant à base d'analyse morphologique des photos va vous proposer des identifications probables.
Vous recevrez, quelques heures après votre dépôt, un mail vous proposant les meilleurs choix du programme, agrémentés de liens permettant de vérifier ou d'approfondir la détermination.
Le système d'identification fonctionne mieux dans les zones pour lesquelles nous disposons du maximum de données, actuellement (en janvier 2014) c'est la France, l'Espagne et l'Allemagne.
Nous créons gratuitement et immédiatement un compte associé à votre email, pour que vous gardiez le contrôle de vos photos, mais vous ne recevrez aucune sollicitation.
Le site web www.iherbarium.fr vous propose un espace collaboratif où vous pouvez aider d'autres personnes, et des informations sur vos propres observations pourront y être ajoutées.
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The keys benefited from an unpublished key written by Dr. James Hardin and from keys presented by Brown and Brown (1972: Woody plants of Maryland, Port City Press) and Preston and Wright (1988: Identification of Southeastern Trees in Winter, NC Agr. Exp. Sta. AG-42). Nomenclature and taxonomic concepts follow Weakley (2010: Flora of the southern and mid-Atlantic states). A list of excluded species is included in the app. Images were captured by Dr. Jon Stucky and Dr. Alexander Krings, with additional contributions by Will Cook (Duke University), Dr. Paul G. Davison (University of North Alabama), and Jeffrey Pippen (Duke University).