Students view the operation of a process controls system and examine the components and their function to prepare to work with the actual system.
Students view photos of an electric pencil sharpener as it is disassembled. The learning object is intended to prepare students to be able to identify the components and create an assembly process in a future activity.
Learners read about a process for sorting items in the workplace. "Sort" is the first of the five steps in 5S.
In this interactive object, learners use their knowledge of postpartum theory and the nursing process to complete a plan of care. The student's plan may be e-mailed to the instructor.
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Learners follow a timeline of the criminal law process, clicking on the steps to read descriptions of them. A quiz completes the activity.
In this accounting learning object, students follow the steps involved in the closing process. Temporary accounts contain ending balances for a specified period and must be closed.
In this interactive object, learners follow six steps for analyzing a process in a manufacturing setting. This activity includes a drag-and-drop exercise and textboxes where learners post their ideas.
Learners read about the steps involved in the typical police officer hiring process. Each step is described. Learners then test their knowledge of the process in two drag-and-drop exercises.
The purpose of this learning object is to introduce the learner to the different processes of science.
Learners read a brief introduction to in-control and out-of-control conditions and view a series of distribution curves. This is a follow-up to the learning object titled "Quality Basics: Variation."
The student will read a mini-lecture explaining the organization stage in the perception process and will complete an activity.
Students view the steps, symbols, and benefits of creating a process flowchart. They then perform a self-assessment to determine their level of understanding.
The learner will understand and be able to apply the common welding variables of the GMAW process.
In this learning activity you'll define how perception influences your world view and learn the elements of the perception process.
In this learning activity you'll review the selection stage in the perception process and apply the information to complete an activity.
Students examine examples for calculation yield, throughput yield, rolled throughput yield, and payback, each of which is used to analyze process performance in a Six Sigma project.
Learners follow the steps required to perform the Ziegler-Nichols reaction curve process identification procedure.
The learner will identify the three steps in the writing process and the elements in each step.
By the end of this activity you'll be able to explain the different parts of the basic writing process.
In this activity, students practice recognizing the different types of noise in the communication process.