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The Need for Integration of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) into Teacher Training Programmes in Nigeria
DO Edu, GO Edu, S Adah
African Research Review , 2012,
Abstract: Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is a major factor in shaping a new global economy and producing rapid changes in society. In order to function in this new world economy, students and their teachers have to learn to deal with large amount of information. This entails the analysis of such information and making decisions based on the result of the analysis. In order to help students achieve these capabilities, the classroom teacher must be knowledgeable in the use of ICT tools. The teacher is responsible for creating a conducive classroom environment and preparing the learning opportunities that facilitate students use of technology to learn, communicate and develop knowledge product. It is therefore, critical that all classroom teachers are prepared to provide their students with these opportunities. This paper therefore, sets out to highlight the importance of ICT and the need to integrate same into the teacher training programmes in Nigeria.
Trevas e presságios: análise de "anoitecer" de Drummond
Edu Teruki Otsuka
ARS (S?o Paulo) , 2006,
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Efficient Instrumentation for Performance Profiling
Edu Metz,Raimondas Lencevicius
Computer Science , 2003,
Abstract: Performance profiling consists of tracing a software system during execution and then analyzing the obtained traces. However, traces themselves affect the performance of the system distorting its execution. Therefore, there is a need to minimize the effect of the tracing on the underlying system's performance. To achieve this, the trace set needs to be optimized according to the performance profiling problem being solved. Our position is that such minimization can be achieved only by adding the software trace design and implementation to the overall software development process. In such a process, the performance analyst supplies the knowledge of performance measurement requirements, while the software developer supplies the knowledge of the software. Both of these are needed for an optimal trace placement.
A Performance Analysis Tool for Nokia Mobile Phone Software
Edu Metz,Raimondas Lencevicius
Computer Science , 2003,
Abstract: Performance problems are often observed in embedded software systems. The reasons for poor performance are frequently not obvious. Bottlenecks can occur in any of the software components along the execution path. Therefore it is important to instrument and monitor the different components contributing to the runtime behavior of an embedded software system. Performance analysis tools can help locate performance bottlenecks in embedded software systems by monitoring the software's execution and producing easily understandable performance data. We maintain and further develop a tool for analyzing the performance of Nokia mobile phone software. The user can select among four performance analysis reports to be generated: average processor load, processor utilization, task execution time statistics, and task execution timeline. Each of these reports provides important information about where execution time is being spent. The demo will show how the tool helps to identify performance bottlenecks in Nokia mobile phone software and better understand areas of poor performance.
Verification of Hypothesis of “Six Patterns of Paid Vacation Use”: An Exploration of Six Patterns of Paid Vacation Usage and Number of Days Taken  [PDF]
Go Igusa
Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies (JHRSS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jhrss.2014.23013
Abstract: In this study a survey using questionnaires was conducted to understand the actual condition of the relationship between methods for taking paid vacation and its usage rate; to focus on verifying the relationship quantitatively by empirical analysis; and to present a plan to promote paid vacation usage. The simple tabulation did not reveal a distinct difference in the number of days taken as paid vacation among the usage methods; however, by making the other conditions constant, the number of days taken as paid vacation by those adopting a share method was significantly high. In other words, by recommending the share method at a workplace, it is possible that the paid vacation usage condition improves considerably. In order for this method to operate effectively, the paper proposed that “efforts to utilize human resources” is necessary so that personnel who can replace the work of employees taking paid vacation are prepared.
A Survey Study on the Causes of Annual Paid Leave Being Left Untaken by Japanese Physicians from the Perspective of Hospital Managers  [PDF]
Go Igusa
Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies (JHRSS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jhrss.2014.24017
Abstract: This paper focuses on the issue of annual paid leave that is left untaken by physicians in a difficult working environment from the perspective of hospital managers and clarifies the reasons why physicians cannot (will not) take leave through interviews with these managers and main causes of this through qualitative analysis. The results show that the main causes of annual paid leave being left untaken are “the lack of substitute physicians due to management constraints” and “physician’s ethics and overwork” which are different from the results of conventional research into annual paid leave. While also exposing the issue of supply and demand such as the uneven distribution of physicians, this paper raises the necessity of human resources management for physicians such as reconstructing the supply and demand coordination framework by improving the medical services payment system for physicians in order to make sure that demand for physician labour is met and to build and maintain a system for the provision of safe and secure healthcare in the future.
Economic Analysis on Attributes of Workers and Method to Take Annual Paid Vacation  [PDF]
Go Igusa
Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies (JHRSS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jhrss.2015.33014
Abstract: This paper focuses on what type of laborers chooses which of the six types of uses of paid vacations. In this paper, we conduct a multinomial logistic regression analysis with the “six types of uses of paid vacations” which are “share method”, “progressive method”, “regressive method”, “self-pay method (advance)”, “self-pay method (arrears)”, and “self-pay method (work at home)” as object variables. As a result, many of the independent variables did not influence which type was chosen, but interesting variables “information is not shared” and “those around me take paid vacation” were influential, revealing that different types of choices are made depending on how participants work.
“Discourse in Institutional Administration of Public Universities in Ghana: A Shift towards a Market Paradigm?”
Dora Francisca Edu-Buandoh.
Nebula , 2010,
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Brand Positioning - A Marketing Resource and an Effective Tool for Small and Medium Enterprises
Tudor EDU,Iliuta Costel NEGRICEA
Journal of Knowledge Management, Economics and Information Technology , 2012,
Abstract: In order to acquire an effective competitive advantage on the market, the product/ brand must be understood by the prospects in a certain way. The outcome of positioning is the depiction of a clear image in the prospect’s mind of what the product can offer or mean. A clear position in the prospect’s mind should be one of the most important goals in marketing. The marketing endeavor in any company should be focused on achieving a desired position in a prospect’s mind. A marketer must be able to distinguish between real positioning options and wishful thinking, because the barrier between these two is very thin and could lead to success or failure. A strong brand and an enduring position should be planned and attained together by any Small and Medium Enterprise, because they can differentiate the survivors from the perished, the winners from the losers, and the leaders from the pursuers.
Tratamento de efluentes de sala de ordena de bovinocultura: lagoas de estabiliza??o seguidas de leito cultivado
Silva, Edu M. da;Roston, Denis M.;
Engenharia Agrícola , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-69162010000100007
Abstract: one of the major concerns in dairy cattle lodging management is the great amount of manure produced daily in a reduced area that can be an excellent fertilizer option or an enormous pollutant potential, depending on the disposal procedures. in brazil, the destination of raw effluent of lodged dairy cattle was in the past and continues nowadays being the water courses using the conventional and condemned method of the dilution, as the only form to eliminate the residues of the installations which is one of the reasons for eutrophication of rivers, streams, lakes and ponds. a pilot plant was installed to treat 10% of the effluent produced in the dairy parlor installations of the eafi/mg. the pilot plant was designed with three units: an anaerobic lagoon followed by a facultative pond and a subsurface constructed wetland. the pilot plant presented the following average removal: phosphorus, 80%; nitrate, 88%; cod, 89%; total solids, 67%; and turbidity, 60%. the ph during the whole operation maintained around 6.2. the study concluded that the system presented a great potential for treatment of dairy parlor effluent.
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