Introduction to Robotics
Natural Language Processing
Fourier Transform and Applications
Introduction to Linear Dynamical Systems
Convex Optimization I
Convex Optimization II
Electricity and Magnetism
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OnCAL now includes pedagogical functions
OnCAL has been revised and now provides information related to pedagogical functions. Users can now see examples of how teachers realize each pedagogical function just by choosing the function of interest. Words and expressions related to each function are registered in the system, and when the user selects a function, a fraction of those expressions are displayed. If the user inputs a word or string and restrict the search to a pedagogical function, the search will be restricted to sentences containing the words/expressions registered for that particular function.
OnCAL is still under construction and the pedagogical functions listed, or the words/expressions registered for each pedagogical function, may change without announcement. Still, we hope that OnCAL will continue to provide many insights to teachers and students.
One transcript deleted
The transcript of one session of the course Introduction of Robotics has been deleted because it was identical to another session of the same course. The videos correspondent to the sessions are different, but their transcripts were not.
The functions were redefined to become more pedagogical. We believe that in this way teachers may get more insights. We apologize for the inconvenience, but expect that users understand that OnCAL will always be ''under construction'', in the sense that we will continue to make improvements.
OnCAL reported at LSP2013
The new functionality of OnCAL that allows users to search for expressions for specific linguistic functions was reported on July 9, 2013, at the 19th European Symposium on Language for Special Purposes held at the University of Vienna, Austria.
New OnCAL released
OnCAL shows now typical expressions used by teachers in specific situations during a lecture. The typical expressions may help users directly, or users may see the typical expressions as a reference and search for alternative terms to fulfill their needs.
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