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VU e-Innovations is sponsored by the Vanderbilt University Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization, which markets innovative software, courseware and other specialized products developed at Vanderbilt University and Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

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SENSE Theatre® - A Stage of Hope For Children With Autism
The SENSE Theatre® Manual is the introduction, guide, and instruction manual to incorporating theatre and behavioral techniques to improve social skills in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The novel approach utilizes established behavioral methods in combination with theatrical techniques delivered in a supportive, peer-mediated, and community-based intervention.
TagDock is an efficient rigid body molecular docking algorithm that generates three-dimensional models of oligomeric biomolecular complexes in instances where there is limited experimental restraint data to guide the docking calculations. Through “distance difference analysis” TagDock additionally recommends followup experiments to further discriminate  divergent (score-degenerate) clusters of TagDock’s initial solution models.
The Adventures of Jasper Woodbury™
The Adventures of Jasper Woodbury™ consists of 12 videodisc-based adventures that focus on mathematical problem finding and problem solving. In particular, each adventure provides multiple opportunities for problem solving, reasoning, communication and making connections to other areas such as science, social studies, literature and history (NCTM, 1989; 1991).
Vandpire ASL Toolbox: A Novel Data-processing Pipeline for Imaging Research (VANDPIRE)
VANDPIRE is an intuitive and comprehensive software for quantifying cerebral blood flow (CBF) and calculating CBF territories based upon arterial spin labeling (ASL) MRI data. CBF analysis, particularly CBF territory analysis, is time-consuming and requires an advanced knowledge of scripting and up-to-date mathematical models. As a result, many researchers who are interested in performing such analyses are unable to do so.
VU ELC - How to Avoid Plagiarism iBook
This iBook gives a brief overview of what plagiarism might mean at Vanderbilt University based on cases that have been viewed as plagiarism. This iBook was created by the Vanderbilt University English Language Center (ELC) as part of our mission to address the professional, academic, and practical language needs of students who have a first language other than English. This iBook includes a test on recognizing instances of plagiarism and tips and advice on how to avoid plagiarism.