eScholarship@Frostburg serves as a showcase of scholarly and academic materials from the Frostburg State University (FSU) community within MD-SOAR. FSU students, faculty, and staff may contribute completed research, scholarship, and evidence of experiential learning to promote their work via MD-SOAR. MD-SOAR can, also, store records related to the history of Frostburg State University. For more information, go to the Lewis J. Ort Library's website.
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This research is based upon derivations of signal data in wireless communication systems. A cellular network is a radio network distributed over land through cells where each cell includes a fixed location transceiver known as base station. These cells together provide radio coverage over large geographical areas. Mobile network is a combination of multiple nodes (MS, BTS, BSC, MSC, HLR, VLR, EIR) Widely known problems are due to medium between sender-receiver, terrain area, overload traffic, TCP/IP packets congestion, transmitter-receiver hardware and other criteria. Problems could be tackled and reduced in different approaches based on causes.
The Lewis J. Ort Library offers access to e-books 24/7. This session will show participants how to search for, access and download e-books on mobile devices. Tips about other electronic resources will also be included within this session.
This PowerPoint presentation explains how classroom participation can be improved by employing fictional characters as alter-egos for students. The presenter shares her experience and research regarding student engagement with alter-egos while interacting with clickers, mobile devices, online surveys, Google docs, and other technologies.
This PowerPoint presentation, supplemented by the accompanying videos, focuses on inquiry oriented learning used in mathematics classes. The presenter discusses pedagogical methods, techniques, and research regarding the use of inquiry oriented learning to better engage female and minority students. The discussion includes T.J. Hitchman’s 4 criteria and the Moore Method.
This PowerPoint presentation focuses on student evaluations of faculty with the goals of improving teaching and providing feedback for faculty evaluations. The presenter discusses research regarding this subject and Frostburg State University's online student evaluation process which includes quantitative data and free-responses.