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e-learn·ing

(lĕrn'ing)
Electronic learning; using computer technology for health care education.

e-learning

Facilitates and enhances learning through both computer and communications technology. It can include only the text portion of a computer or it can include Internet-based distance learning using a multimedia-capable computer.
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ILT designs and manufactures of laser-based systems used to produce high-value, critical components primarily for the medical device industry.
Table 1 presents the panel LM unit root test (ILT) and the transformed panel LM versions of the test with breaks in level ([ILT*.sub.L]) and both in level and trend ([ILT*.sub.LT]) that are invariant to the nuisance parameters and allow for the presence of heterogeneous structural breaks.
An action research model has been applied to examine if the ILT could be effectively utilized in an online environment.
Neither the ILT virus or the new strains can be transmitted to humans or other animals, and do not pose a food safety risk.
The prescription of aerobic exercise training was designed from the ILT (60%), legitimized by the constant load test or MLSS (1.2 km x [h.sup.-1]).
The purpose of this was to allow for a comparable sprint effort to that of ILT. Due to the frictional resistance within the non-motorised treadmill it is not possible to produce a maximal sprint effort from a standing start.
"The automated download we have just completed means that DILLS users will not be required to manually enter any data into VINtek's system," said William McGregor, president of ILT.
Source: Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology, ILT, Steinbachstrasse 15, 52074 Aachen, Germany.
It then describes the most popular instructional practices within these K-12 systems and identifies them as: Instructor-led Training (ILT), Collaborative Learning, Computer-based Training (CBT), Web-based Training (WBT), and Electronic Performance Support System (EPSS).
However, both of the languages required development skills not readily available at ILT. Also, the cost involved in acquiring either Java or Visual Basic skills--either from training, hiring, or outsourcing development--was both too high and too time-consuming.
to reduce processing time of metallic injection moulding moulds from 30min/[cm.sup.2] to a few seconds per [cm.sup.2] (ILT, 2008).