Scientific Visualization I
Person High School Drafting, Sci Vis, Fundamentals of Technology
Scientific & Technical Visualization I and II are courses focused on the principles, concepts, and use of complex graphic and visualization tools as applied to the study of science and technology.  Students use complex 2D graphics, 3D Animation, editing, and image analysis tools to better understand, illustrate, explain, and present technical, mathematical, and/or scientific concepts and principles.  Emphasis is placed on the use of computer enhanced images to generate both conceptual and data-driven models, data-driven charts, and animations.  Science, math, and visual design concepts are reinforced throughout each course. 

My Quia activities and quizzes
101 Scavenger Hunt - Parliamentary Procedures
102 History and careers
102.01 History some Tech Adv
102.02 Tech Advancments
102.03 Careers
V102.01 History of SciVis
V102.02 Advancements in SciVis
V102.03 SciVis Careers
103.01 Computer Basics
103.01 Hardware/Software
103.02 Software
V103.03 Computer Ethics
V103.01 Computer Hardware & Software
V103.02 Use & Application of Software
V103.03 Ethical Use of Electronic Media
104.01 Design
104.02 Basics of Light and Color
104.02 Color Matching
104.02 Color Theory
104.02 Light and Color
104.03 Image Theory
104.04 Design Layouts
V104.01 Design Fundamentals
V104.02 Color and Its Application
V104.03 Vector & Rastor Images
V104.04 Effective 2D Techniques
V104.05 Corel Draw
105.03 Charts and graphs
105.03 Graphs 2
105.03 Graphs and data
V105.01 Methods to Display Data
SciVis I midterm test 1 (30)
SciVis I Midterm test 2 (31)
SciVis I Midterm test 3 (14)
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