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S. V. Phulari

Abstract: This paper illustrates how we can improve the existing manual system with the help of E-learning management system. The method aims to build an E-learning web application having better and safer user experience and provides an interactive teaching-learning platform for students and teachers. E-learning Management System is way of solving the educational problems using the modern technologies. It gives an error free, secure, reliable and fast management system. It can assist the user to concentrate on learning rather to concentrate on the record keeping and other stuff. It will help organization in better utilization of resources. Keywords: Web application, Database, backend, frontend, platform, E-learning, Frameworks

2022 ◽  
Vol 23 (2) ◽  
pp. 948
Urszula Wójcik-Bojek ◽  
Barbara Różalska ◽  
Beata Sadowska

The main purpose of this review is to present justification for the urgent need to implement specific prophylaxis of invasive Staphylococcus aureus infections. We emphasize the difficulties in achieving this goal due to numerous S. aureus virulence factors important for the process of infection and the remarkable ability of these bacteria to avoid host defense mechanisms. We precede these considerations with a brief overview of the global necessitiy to intensify the use of vaccines against other pathogens as well, particularly in light of an impasse in antibiotic therapy. Finally, we point out global trends in research into modern technologies used in the field of molecular microbiology to develop new vaccines. We focus on the vaccines designed to fight the infections caused by S. aureus, which are often resistant to the majority of available therapeutic options.

2022 ◽  

Rare earth elements (REE) have applications in various modern technologies, e.g., semiconductors, mobile phones, magnets. They are categorized as critical raw materials due to their strategic importance in economies and high risks associated with their supply chain. Therefore, more sustainable practices for efficient extraction and recovery of REE from secondary sources are being developed. This book, Environmental Technologies to Treat Rare Earth Elements Pollution: Principles and Engineering: presents the fundamentals of the (bio)geochemical cycles of rare earth elements and which imbalances in these cycles result in pollution.overviews physical, chemical and biological technologies for successful treatment of water, air, soils and sediments contaminated with different rare earth elements.explores the recovery of value-added products from waste streams laden with rare earth elements, including nanoparticles and quantum dots. This book is suited for teaching and research purposes as well as professional reference for those working on rare earth elements. In addition, the information provided in this book is helpful to scientists, researchers and practitioners in related fields, such as those working on metal/metalloid microbe interaction and sustainable green approaches for resource recovery from wastes. ISBN: 9781789062229 (Paperback) ISBN: 9781789062236 (eBook) ISBN: 9781789062243 (ePUB)

2022 ◽  
Vol 1 (15) ◽  
pp. 196-201
Aleksandra Prusakova ◽  
Juliya Nedorybkova

The article is devoted to the consideration of one of the modern technologies for the construction of buildings and structures using SIP panels. The features of fire safety of buildings erected using SIP panels are analyzed. The result of the study is the assumption of the possibility of using structures made of SIP panels for the construction of social infrastructure facilities, especially in conditions of limited availability, the fire hazard of the buildings being erected compared to other traditional materials is estimated

2022 ◽  
Vol 1 (15) ◽  
pp. 59-62
Yuriy Konovalov ◽  
Maksim Leb

The tasks of digital transformation of the electric power industry, the introduction of modern technologies of artificial intelligence and the Internet of energy by energy companies are con-sidered

A. Aristova ◽  
A. Aristova ◽  
R. Ashurbekov

This article is devoted to the development of organizations in the period of unexpected and rapidly changing conditions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, and the analysis of whether organizations were ready to perceive the new reality and use this situation to rethink the norms of work, to apply innovative methods and technologies of the organization that were not previously available. The article discusses the statistics on the use of such a method of organizing work as remote work, as well as the advantages of electronic document management, the spread of modern technologies in organizing joint work.

2022 ◽  
Vol 12 ◽  
Sabina Kleitman ◽  
Simon A. Jackson ◽  
Lisa M. Zhang ◽  
Matthew D. Blanchard ◽  
Nikzad B. Rizvandi ◽  

Modern technologies have enabled the development of dynamic game- and simulation-based assessments to measure psychological constructs. This has highlighted their potential for supplementing other assessment modalities, such as self-report. This study describes the development, design, and preliminary validation of a simulation-based assessment methodology to measure psychological resilience—an important construct for multiple life domains. The design was guided by theories of resilience, and principles of evidence-centered design and stealth assessment. The system analyzed log files from a simulated task to derive individual trajectories in response to stressors. Using slope analyses, these trajectories were indicative of four types of responses to stressors: thriving, recovery, surviving, and succumbing. Using Machine Learning, the trajectories were predictive of self-reported resilience (Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale) with high accuracy, supporting construct validity of the simulation-based assessment. These findings add to the growing evidence supporting the utility of gamified assessment of psychological constructs. Importantly, these findings address theoretical debates about the construct of resilience, adding to its theory, supporting the combination of the “trait” and “process” approaches to its operationalization.

2022 ◽  
Vol 23 ◽  
pp. 84-103
Laimutė Žalimienė ◽  
Juratė Charenkova ◽  
Eglė Šumskienė ◽  
Donata Petružytė ◽  
Miroslavas Seniutis ◽  

This article explores the attitudes of Japanese and Lithuanian social work program teachers towards the challenges posed by modern technologies that may transform social work profession and studies. Study data revealed that scientists from both countries admit that “taming” technologies and optimally “cooperating” with them is the main challenge of social work practice and studies. On the one hand, belief that technological development will provide more opportunities to fulfil the mission of social work was prevalent among the study participants, on the other hand, they had expressed concern that eventually the use of technology will change the essence of social work as a profession of human relations or will create modified forms of social exclusion. Additionally, a niche for the new role of the social worker was identified: to help the world “occupied” by technology remain “social”. Attitudes of research participants from both Lithuania and Japan can be linked to traditional concept of sociality and vision of social work as profession that belongs exclusively to area of human relations. B. Latour’s asocial sociality concept can be applied for broader look into this situation. This concept states that efforts to trace the contribution of actors of an inhuman nature to what belongs in the human world may be more successful when one ceases to view the world exclusively through human eyes and tries to reveal the inner perspectives of phenomena of a mixed nature.

2022 ◽  
A. Bheemappa ◽  
S.M. Shruthi ◽  
K.D. Maheshwari ◽  
Nagaratna Biradar

Indigenous technical knowledge (ITK) is the actual knowledge of a given population that reflects the experiences based on tradition and includes more recent experiences with modern technologies. Traditionally, farmers have used traditional knowledge to understand weather and climate patterns in order to make decisions about crop and irrigation cycles. This knowledge has been gained through many decades of experience and has been passed on from previous generations. The present study was undertaken with the objective of collection and documenting the indigenous technical knowledge of farmers regarding rainfall prediction based on abiotic and biotic factors which is being practiced generation after generation. Here in this paper an effort has been made to collect the abiotic and biotic factors predicting rainfall, as a part of ICAR sponsored NASF ad-hoc research project entitled “Developing climate resilient adaptive strategies for empowerment of farmers” which has been implemented in University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad from 2019 to 2022. Various indigenous technical knowledge are collected by analyzing the journals and newsletters, deep interaction with the farmers of study area, contacting the local resource persons and documenting oral histories without scientific validation. The study found that traditional methods of rainfall forecasting can be utilized for the purpose of short-term and long-term seasonal rainfall predictions by local communities. All available abiotic and biotic indigenous rainfall forecasting techniques may serve as alternative to modern technologies.

2022 ◽  
Vol 4 ◽  
Agnieszka Drobniak ◽  
Maria Mastalerz

Recent years have witnessed increasing awareness and interest in rare earth elements (REE). These several, usually unfamiliar elements, are key components of countless products used in our daily lives. Because of their use in many modern technologies, including those important for national security, the demand for REE grows, and so does the production, need to find their new sources and improve the extraction. This article provides an overview of REEs, their availability, production, and uses, and briefly discusses the future of these valuable and critical metals.  

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