Audıo-visual portfolio: an alternative way of speaking assessment



AunPtn clusters adsorbed on graphene studied by first-principles calculations
Akturk, Olcay Uzengi; Tomak, Mehmet (2009-08-01)
In this work, we present the adsorption of AunPtn clusters on graphene surface by using the density-functional theory within localized density approximation (LDA), and generalized gradient approximation (GGA). We calculate the adsorption energy, geometries, band structure, charge differences, and magnetization up to n=3. We observe that graphene can be metallic or semiconducting depending on number of Au and Pt atoms in the cluster and the charge transfer between cluster and the graphene. LDA and GGA result...
AiOLoS: A model for assessing organizational learning in software development organizations
Chouseinoglou, Oumout; Iren, Deniz; Karagöz, Nuri Alpay; Bilgen, Semih (2013-11-01)
Context: In an industry in which technological developments are rapid, in order to keep up with the continuously increasing competition and to obtain competitive advantage, the software development organizations (SDOs) need to obtain the correct knowledge, use it efficiently and pass it to future projects evolving it accordingly.
Accomodating Diversity Within Feminism İn Turkey : The Amargi Women’s Cooperative, 2001-2011
Özakın, Ayşe Ülkü; Aslan Akman, Canan; Department of Gender and Women's Studies (2012)
In this thesis, Amargi Women’s Cooperative in Istanbul is studied as an example of diversity feminism in Turkey. Its feminist perspective and challenges faced in realizing its objectives in this context are analyzed based on a description of the process of Amargi’s formation, the course of its activities and the debates within the group and especially the in-depth interviews held with ten volunteers. The group’s accomplishments and problems encountered during the last ten years in its quest for “doing polit...
Artvin bottom outlet aeration: an innovative arrangement
Comelli, Mathieu; Aydın, İsmail; Nurhat, Enver; Chambas, Pierreantonie (null; 2018-10-14)
ALISS: Advanced Linear Scheduling System
Arditi, David; Balcik, Cenk; Tokdemir, Onur Behzat (Informa UK Limited, 2006-12-01)
The line of balance (LOB) method is not widely used in the construction industry even though it has distinct advantages in repetitive construction projects. Attempts were made in the past to develop LOB systems but no system has met with universal acceptance because of a multitude of problems. As a response, a tool named ALISS was developed that solves most of the problems associated with LOB applications. ALISS is an acronym for Advanced Linear Scheduling System and makes use of a model that utilizes the t...
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S. Tekir, Audıo-visual portfolio: an alternative way of speaking assessment. 2020, p. 77.