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Syn Nor Online


Our standard online classes are conducted via live-streamed videos of teachers offering both lectures and demonstrations. During these live classes, students are able to interact with teachers by asking them questions through live chats and audio (if equipped with a microphone).




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In addition to this, video recordings of each class are made available online, so they can be re-watched at later times for review and practice. Students who are unable to attend live classes will be able to ask their teachers questions and submit their homework online. All of this allows for greater flexibility when creating your schedule!


Since our classes are offered online, and we have many more students enrolling from international countries, we have chosen to advertise our prices in USD as common currency for our international students. Our payment process will automatically convert international currency to the equivalent price.


In order to retain a small-class experience for our students, and to ensure that each student gets adequate attention, we offer limited space within our online classrooms. Classes that are fully booked have their price and purchase button removed on our website.


Yes, if you are looking to participate in our online classes on a part-time workload, you may purchase up to four classes for one seasonal term. If you wish to take five classes per term, you must enroll in our Syn Studio Class Bundles instead.


Each of our livestreamed classes are recorded, and then uploaded to a private showcase roughly 48 hours after the class has taken place. Students can re-watch recorded class lectures for up to two additional weeks after the final online class takes place, providing them ample opportunity to catch up on any missed lectures.


You will have access to the same selection of online classes that are available individually, but have access to additional online activities which are planned exclusively for these students. These include:


We do not offer any onsite classes aside from those in our Concept Art Diploma program. We do, however, offer our classes online; these are accessible worldwide from the comfort of your own home. You may view our current selection of online classes for this upcoming term here.


Our online Concept Art Program is currently in development. This program will be an intensive online training program meant to help students create an industry-level portfolio that can help them break into the industry. It will be accessible entirely online, and allow international students to apply without the need for a Visa or additional charges. A study permit will not be required.


Our online classes use ZOOM video conference for all of our live sessions. If your class involves Digital Art, you will additionally require a drawing tablet, and a digital art program such as Photoshop (which is the industry standard and the default program used at our school) or an alternative program such as Procreate, Krita, or ClipStudio Paint.


Online learning allows people to study in new and exciting ways, but the best type of online learning comes down to personal preference. Synchronous virtual classrooms operate much like traditional classrooms, with set study schedules and live discussions. Asynchronous classrooms look a little different, as students digest the instruction and communicate with each other on their own time.


Synchronous online classes run similar to traditional classes, with attendance, lectures, and discussion periods. Students typically attend and participate via webcam or livestream forum and may move into smaller virtual rooms for group work or a teacher's office hours. Instructors can physically demonstrate specific problems or processes and ask questions as they go.


Synchronous classrooms incorporate interactive components, like chat rooms, polls, surveys, and shared documents. Online classrooms may not provide the same opportunities for visibility as in-person classes, but students can stand out by showing themselves online and participating thoughtfully while following synchronous classroom netiquette.


Asynchronous online classrooms use forums and message boards to keep a running dialogue between participants. They also incorporate self-guided lessons, workshops, and shared files. Many students find asynchronous environments more comfortable for certain types of learning, though participation expectations may actually be higher in this format than in others.


Asynchronous classrooms often feature prerecorded lectures that students watch independently. Teachers post video or audio files and lecture notes online for learners, and then post quizzes on the material to ensure students followed up with watching or listening to it.


In asynchronous online classes, students can access their studies on their own schedules. Teachers may mark attendance in different ways, such as by tracking who watched the lecture or posting comprehension quizzes. More interactive lessons can require learners to answer polls or click buttons, which also tells the instructor who has engaged with the content.


An asynchronous class allows learners to digest material in different ways: Students can dedicate more time to challenging content and breeze through lighter content. Since teachers cannot evaluate a student's readiness in person, online participation plays a large role in asynchronous classrooms. This delivery mode also requires a great deal of self-motivation and proactiveness, especially if a student is having trouble with a topic.


Aspiring online students should carefully consider their own learning style and personality type. Where social learners might benefit from synchronous environments, solitary students might prefer asynchronous ones. Moreover, extroverted personalities can thrive in synchronous classes, while introverted personalities can succeed in asynchronous courses.


Finally, online learners should consider their field of interest. Certain majors or classes may work better in synchronous or hybrid environments. If students wish to fast-track their training, asynchronous classes might be best. For those looking for a more immersive college experience, synchronous training might work better.


In addition to schedule flexibility, asynchronous learning allows for self-paced and self-directed learning. Students can spend as much time as they need with material, and they can think about and edit their thoughts before participating online.


OLTP enables the real-time execution of large numbers of transactions by large numbers of people, whereas online analytical processing (OLAP) usually involves querying these transactions (also referred to as records) in a database for analytical purposes. OLAP helps companies extract insights from their transaction data so they can use it for making more informed decisions.


TCP, or Transmission Control Protocol, is the most common networking protocol online. TCP is extremely reliable, and is used for everything from surfing the web (HTTP), sending emails (SMTP), and transferring files (FTP).


Game developers have found other clever ways to ensure that player input and state are as accurate as possible. If you're interested in reading more about why UDP is preferred for online gaming, check out this article.


Synonym.com is the web's best resource for English synonyms, antonyms, and definitions. Type in a word and the synonym finder will come up with a list of synonyms. Check out the most popular online synonym searches to find the right word for any occasion. Use the antonym tool to find find antonyms and check out the definitions feature to read the definition.


AWS Global Accelerator is a networking service that improves the performance, reliability and security of your online applications using AWS Global Infrastructure. AWS Global Accelerator can be deployed in front of your Network Load Balancers, Application Load Balancers, AWS EC2 instances, and Elastic IPs, any of which could serve as Regional endpoints for your application.


In this blog post, we explained how you can use CloudFront and Global Accelerator to improve your online application across three pillars of the AWS Well-Architected framework: Security, Reliability, and Performance. AWS shows the same considerations when designing their services. For example, the Edge Optimized Endpoint of Amazon API Gateway is integrated with CloudFront to accelerate dynamic APIs, and AWS Amplify Hosting uses CloudFront behind the scenes to cache static and server side rendered web applications. This is also seen in AWS Site to Site VPN, which provides an acceleration option through Global Accelerator to improve the performance of VPN tunnels. A third example is Amazon S3 Multi-Region Access Points, an Amazon S3 feature powered by Global Accelerator that allows you to define Amazon S3 endpoints that span buckets in multiple AWS Regions.


Finally, CloudFront and Global Accelerator are illustrations of the breadth of services offered by AWS. We are committed to providing a range of options to our customers instead of a one-size-fits-all solution. Please consider well-architecting your online applications using these AWS edge services to maximize performance, security, and availability of your applications.


Latin binomials, the scientific names of biological species, are typically used as terms in searches for literature across the biological disciplines. However, because synonyms for those binomials often exist, the efficiency of individual binomials in guaranteeing retrieval of all relevant items can be greatly affected by the inclusion (or exclusion) of synonyms in the search. In biological nomenclature, synonyms are scientific names, other than the currently accepted one, that apply to an organism. The purpose of this study is to assess the importance of this effect in online searches of a popular cross-section of relevant scientific literature databases.


In this paper, I provide a repeatable and quantifiable snapshot of the effect of synonyms on searches in a very large commercial scientific literature index, Scopus [1], two related public indexes, PubMed [2] and PubMed Central [3] and the smaller but broader Public Library of Science (PLoS)[4]. Search queries were all generated and conducted using only online interfaces. The general idea was simply to search every accepted or valid species in the Integrated Taxonomic Information System ITIS [5] that had at least one synonym, against each of the aforementioned online databases and then run each of those searches again including all synonyms for each species, thus allowing a direct assessment of the effect of synonyms in the number of citations retrieved. Binomials were chosen as the units of comparison because of their unique combination of a specific rank (species) with a unique lexical structure consisting, in canonical form, of an ordered string of two paired tokens, the genus and specific epithet. This allows a much higher degree of comparability in results than one would get with the inclusion of monomials, while still retaining a much larger sample than would be gotten with trinomials alone. Trinomials, also suffer from a high level of variance in their presentation in the literature with respect to whether or not a rank indicator is employed in the string, what the abbreviation for that indicator is, and when not present, in the rank itself. 041b061a72


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