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hello there,I am willing to use shcrodinger suite for the sake o
homology modelling and evaluation of the resultant models, the problem is, that those tasks are very computationally intense, hence i was trying to link it to a cloud computing platform like Google cloud platform , the problem is I cannot set the host file to properly link it to the cloud machine.
But they are too much for a normal even medium level ranked researcher.
More and more, Google Docs is adding features to its Docs (and Drive) resources, making possible to create and retrieve online forms data, write reports in a word processor, cite very accurately using EasyBib, export the final product to MS Word or PDF format, collaborate with other parties, present PowerPoint like slides, even using Dynamic/pivot tables in spreadsheets, etc.
Is it becoming the all-in-one ultimate open access research suite for mobile (mainly social) researchers?
What's your view and experience with Google Docs?
What are the main advantages for you and its main drawbacks (ex. privacy)?
In case you don't know it yet: Orca is a free quantum chemistry programm suite. It is quite well suited for the calculation of transition metal complexes because it supports a method called RIJCOSX that speeds up calculations by a factor of 50 or so.
You need to register to download it, just type "Orca Uni-Bonn" in google . It is about as powerful as Gaussian 09. You can use it in combination with avogadro (GPL) to set up input geometries as .xyz file.
When it comes to the official use of video conferences, currently the most popular programs are:
2. G Suite, https://gsuite.google.com/intl/pl/features/
When it comes to zoom, there are articles on the Internet related to low security but only at a basic level, while in higher and longer conferences the program is already safe.
I don't know G Suite
However, when it comes to video but private conversations, e.g. with parents, children, grandparents, grandchildren, the most popular are:
3. Skype, https://www.skype.com/pl/
4. Google Duo, https://duo.google.com/
As for Skype, I had a problem with the installation due to logging into the Microsoft account, then installation and another problem with logging into the program. I went through it, but my mother, despite a lot of help on my part, was not able to go through the installation and maintenance of Skype. We let go of Skype. Free calls.
For this I recommend Google Duo, you can call from a computer on mobile phones and calls are free. Comfortable, just go to the website and the rest is already being done. You only need to have internet. I would recommend.
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I am a Japan based TESOL professional looking to collaborate with other educators from around the world on research into the emerging paradigm of telecollaborative learning.
Many see technology in the classroom as a teaching gimmick, and rightly so if it is used without any pedagogical framework. However, technology provides great potential to enhance learning in many pedagogically sound ways. The use of technology to connect students from around the world in collaborative projects has been shown to help students develop not only knowledge of a particular subject matter, but also language skills and intercultural sensitivity. Use of technology to connect students from different geographical locations in such collaborative learning projects is commonly referred to as telecollaborative learning. Current technology (such as the Google Apps suite) provides powerful, easy to use, and a quite often free interface for connecting students and teachers interested in pursuing telecollaborative learning.
I have already begun the groundwork for such a study through three preliminary Japan based studies. One study demonstrates that motivated Japanese university students can teach each other the technological skills necessary to complete a complex term-long multimedia intercultural project with minimal teacher input and little or no prior experience. Another study reveals social pressure as being the strongest factor motivating the completion of such collaborative projects among Japanese university students. And a third study quantifies the development of intercultural sensitivity among Japanese university students through online cultural exchange. If you are interested in joining me in a project to connect university students from your country with university students in Japan in a study of telecollaborative learning, please contact me and we can discuss the details of setting up such a project.
The world is strugling to have food for its population. There are a lot of nutritional food that are known just to the people who use it.
I suggest that we establish a "BANK" of food (listing) in the RG, so everyone can check whether, a food suite his purposes in the view of the possibility to import it (for growing and selling), to grow it, to cook it and how the people like it.
Such a program can solve some of the problems in the world.
As for initial I recommend the "MORINGA" which is known as a easy growing tree (3 meters in the 1st year), grow in areas with less than 300 MM, extremely nutritional, tastey. It contain a lot of protein.
Please look in google.