Definitions for "Orientation"
The act or process of orientating; determination of the points of the compass, or the east point, in taking bearings.
An aspect or fronting to the east; especially (Arch.), the placing of a church so that the chancel, containing the altar toward which the congregation fronts in worship, will be on the east end.
Position in space relative to a reference point.
program through which entering students are made familiar with aims of higher education, principles governing the wise use of time and effort, ideals and traditions of the university, and exams to provide the faculty with a basis for advising and assisting students in planning their academic program.
These required workshops introduce new students to campus life and a host of resources intended to promote student success.
A program for new volunteers that introduces key aspects about the organisation, its key personnel (paid staff and volunteers), its policies and procedures, and day-to-day routines.
Positioning a structure on its lot with regard to exposure to the sun, prevailing winds, privacy and protection from noise.
Position with relation to flow of polymer in mold.
The process of becoming familiar with and establishing one's position and relationship to significant objects in the environment.
Keywords:  axes, angular, plane, axis, necker
The tendency of a revolving body, when suspended in a certain way, to bring the axis of rotation into parallelism with the earth's axis.
The angular relationship of a surface, plane, discontinuity or axis to a reference plane or surface.
The angular relationship between the axes of a crystal and an external reference system. The orientation of individual crys?tals is most conveniently represented by poles of simple planes plotted stereo-graphically.
Awareness of oneself in relation to time, place, and person.
Awareness of one's environment and/or situation, along with the ability to use this information appropriately in a functional setting. See Disorientation
Awareness of oneself in time, space and place. Introduction given to staff and clients as they enter the unfamiliar environment of an inpatient unit.
Keywords:  cubelets, corner, cubes, edge, correct
The way a cubelet is situated in its position. Corner cubelets may have 3 different orientations; edge cubelets may have 2.
The way a cubelet is situated in its location. Center face cubelets (odd-sized cubes only) have 4 different orientations. Corner cubelets have 3. Middle edge cubelets (odd-sized cubes only) have 2. All other cubelets have only one.
The way the board is positioned. The correct way has each player with a white square in their right hand corner.
A return to first principles; an orderly arrangement.
In the manufacture of plastic films and sheets, the stretching by cold drawing or other means so that the molecules are rearranged into an orderly structure, thus substantially increasing the strength of the material in the direction of the stretch. Films or sheets may be stretched either laterally or longitudinally, in which case the orientation is described as uniaxial, or in both directions, when it is called biaxial orientation.
The stretching technique used in the manufacturing of film.
Keywords:  orphan
Orientation is Sonata Arctica's second EP released in 2001 through the label Spinefarm Records.
a predisposition in favor of something; "a predilection for expensive cars"; "his sexual preferences"; "showed a Marxist orientation"
an integrated set of attitudes and beliefs
The placement of die openings for best profile attitude and consequent flow distribution.
Keywords:  fost, foster, session, twice, explain
An orientation session provides answers to prospective parents' questions about foster care, fost-adopt, or adoption. Orientations are usually scheduled twice a month in each county.
A training session for teachers prior to observation to explain the evaluation method, goals, standards, and any observational instrument used to support the final evaluation.
Keywords:  orlistat, weight, reduce, sexual
Sexual orientation. Orlistat: To reduce weight.
Definition: The manner in which the functional pattern is to be viewed. Proper orientation requires "right reading" definition. The orientation for the various phototooling elements is described as either "right reading up" or "right reading down."
elongation of molecular chains, realised by orientation (see oriented/not oriented)
The ongoing function of educating members about the Junior Chamber organization, its benefits and member opportunities.
a commitment to work with a child for each meeting
a good place to find out if becoming a child advocate is right for you
Keywords:  whereas, entrance, street, role, manner
Generally, orientation refers to the manner in which a building relates to the street. The entrance to the building plays a large role in the orientation of a building; whereas, it should face the street.
Keywords:  fun, deciding, still, register, meeting
a fun, informative meeting for people who are still deciding whether or not to register
The training and socialization of collaborators to a specific research project.
an (human-made choice of) sign attached to a Frame (and some other geometrical objects)
Keywords:  aspect, synonym
synonym for aspect
Keywords:  charted, columns, rows, top, back
Refers to data to be charted and whether it is in rows or columns. Back to the top
Keywords:  safety, device
a safety device
Keywords:  knowing, space, purpose, date, body
knowing where your body is in space, who you are, the date, where you are and the purpose for being there
Keywords:  parenting, family, court, program, see
See Family Court Parenting Program.
Keywords:  act
the act of orienting
Keywords:  sexual, see
See Sexual orientation.