Different learning style VARK is an acronym used to refer to different learning styles that a student can use when obtaining information. These models emphasize the best strategy a learner can use depending on the sensory modality. VARK is brief and helps a learner use less time.
Representations do not necessarily describe the resource, or portray a likeness of the resource, or represent the resource in other senses of the word "represent".
Representations of a resource may be sent or received using interaction protocols. These protocols in turn determine the form in which representations are conveyed on the Web. Just as it is important to reuse existing URI schemes whenever possible, there are significant benefits to using media typed octet streams for representations even in the unusual case where a new URI scheme and associated protocol is to be defined.
The Internet media type mechanism does have some limitations. Emma's Web browser starts up an SVG implementation to view the image.
It passes it the original URI including the fragment, "http: The semantics of a fragment identifier are defined by the set of representations that might result from a retrieval action on the primary resource. The fragment's format and resolution are therefore dependent on the type of a potentially retrieved representation, even though such a retrieval is only performed if the URI is dereferenced.
If no such representation exists, then the semantics of the fragment are considered unknown and, effectively, unconstrained. Fragment identifier semantics are orthogonal to URI schemes and thus cannot be redefined by URI scheme specifications.
Interpretation of the fragment identifier is performed solely by the agent that dereferences a URI; the fragment identifier is not passed to other systems during the process of retrieval. This means that some intermediaries in Web architecture such as proxies have no interaction with fragment identifiers and that redirection in HTTP [ RFC ], for example does not account for fragments.
Content negotiation refers to the practice of making available multiple representations via the same URI.
Negotiation between the requesting agent and the server determines which representation is served usually with the goal of serving the "best" representation a receiving agent can process. HTTP is an example of a protocol that enables representation providers to use content negotiation.
Individual data formats may define their own rules for use of the fragment identifier syntax for specifying different types of subsets, views, or external references that are identifiable as secondary resources by that media type.
Therefore, representation providers must manage content negotiation carefully when used with a URI that contains a fragment identifier.
Consider an example where the owner of the URI "http: Three situations can arise: The interpretation of "zicatela" is defined consistently by both data format specifications. The representation provider decides when definitions of fragment identifier semantics are are sufficiently consistent.
The interpretation of "zicatela" is defined inconsistently by the data format specifications.COPE C O MMI T TE E O N P U B LIC ATI O N E TH ICS Note: This document combines the original COPE Guidelines from , the Code of Conduct developed in , and the Best Practice Guidelines developed in HSC Promote good practice in handling information in health and social care settings Title HSC Promote good practice in handling information in health and social care settings Level 3 Credit value 2 Learning outcomes The learner will: Assessment criteria The learner can: 1.
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The purpose of this Approved Code of Practice (code of practice) is to provide practical guidance on the storage and handling of dangerous goods for persons covered by the OHS (CE) Act.
What is an approved code of practice? An approved code of practice is a source of expert practical information. NPL produces a range of Good Practice Guides..
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Unit Promote good practice in handling information in health and social care setting Outcome 1 Identify legislation and codes of practice that relate to handling information in health and social care Three of the current legislation and codes of practice that relate to handling information in health and social care seems to be .