Rabo art collection
Dedicated to conserving Dutch cultural heritage, the Netherlands bank Rabo has provided this website on their art collecting policy. As well as a general overview for each section, this site provides information on each of the artists represented in their collection - although some information is only available in the Dutch language. This site also provides information on art projects that they sponsor, as well as details about their loans policy. An online virtual tour of their collections c
IDR: a participatory methodology for interdisciplinary design in technology enhanced learning
One of the important themes that emerged from the CAL07 conference was the failure of technology to bring about the expected disruptive effect to learning and teaching. We identify one of the causes as an inherent weakness in prevalent development methodologies. While the problem of designing technology for learning is irreducibly multi-dimensional, design processes often lack true interdisciplinarity. To address this problem we present IDR, a participatory methodology for interdisciplinary te
Aspects of Speech Act Categorisation: Towards Generating Teachers' Language
In this paper we examine a possible method for classifying speech acts produced by human teachers, with a view of informing the designs of intelligent natural language tutors and of providing the basis for a formal analysis of the effects that teachers' language has on students' learning. We argue that traditional means as initiated by the Ordinary Language Philosophers such as Austin (1962), Grice (1975) and Searle (1979) are not sufficient to account for all types of linguistic phenomena occur
Lower Intermediate S5 #24 - Did You Hear the Latest Gossip in Japan? I Heard That…
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! Your friend asks you in Japanese, “Did you hear the latest gossip?” You reply in Japanese, “I’m sure you have something hotter off the presses than I do. I’ve had my head in the books all weekend.” Your friend says in Japanese, “Well, then, you’re not going to believe what I [...]
Symulacje komputerowe z fizyki
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Lecture 18 - 11/30/2010
Lecture 18 - 11/30/2010
Black Hole Destroying a Star
This is a video of a black hole destroying a middle-sized star.
Getting Started (GS): After Effects CS5の概要
このビデオではAfter Effects CS5の概要をご紹介します。キーフレームを使ったアニメーションの設定、ロトブラシを使った動画のマスク切り作業、同梱されているmocha for After Effects CS5、Synthetic ApertureのColorFinesse 3 LE、Digieffects FreeFormといった各種の機能フラッシュをご覧いただきます。
SEGFAULT, the analog balancing scooter
SEGFAULT is a balancing vehicle with a 100% hardware stability controller. Not a single line of code runs to keep the vehicle upright. An analog complementary filter implemented with operational amplifiers combines the outputs of an accelerometer and rate gyroscope and passes it to a proportional-integral (PI) compensator. The output of the PI compensator has a steering offset differentially added to it. The resulting analog voltage is the input to two custom 24 volt, 30 amp locked-antiphase H
Windows Azure Platform Security Essentials: Module 1 – Security Architecture Related resources:
Graham Calladine, Security Architect with Microsoft Services partners with the Security Talk Series to describe the security features of the Windows Azure platform, resources available to protect applications and data running on the Microsoft cloud and SQL Azure security and authentication options.
"Black designs on gray slip with red band below lower framing lines; black rim with break in line breaks in framing lines also; clouding on bottom interior center of bowl has heart-like design. Good [condition] -- some chipping of paint on rim and exterior design; two chips interior"-- Description from the Museum catalog.,Gift by John A. Morgan, 2002
Die politische Geschichte Frankreichs bis zum Tod Ludwigs XIV; die Grundlagen des Theaters I
(4. Vorlesung vom 05.05.1997)
Study Abroad Series-Andrew Jarratt '12
Study Abroad Series-AndrewJarratt '12 who spent his junior year abroad in Reutlingen University, Germany shared his experience during an on-cemera interview. For more information, visit valpo.edu/studyabroad
How to Become a Lawyer
A 1:34 talking head video that briefly reviews the courses you need to pass to become a lawyer. Mentioned at the state bar examination, which many students may not understand. At best this is for students who need a general idea of what they have to pass rather than what a lawyer does.
This site from Ohio State University offers fifteen interactive tutorials that teach effective Internet practices and research methodologies. The tutorials can require up to 30 minutes each, since they provide many good examples and activities. The first few cover basic Internet tools, like Web browsers and email. Essential searching skills are introduced in the next section. A particularly valuable tutorial describes ways to evaluate a site's credentials and determine if the material is accurat
UR School of Law Professor Jonathan Stubbs on Voice of America's "Straight Talk Africa"
** Excerpt from full program ** UR School of Law Professor Jonathan Stubbs, one of the leading experts on the Ugandan human rights crisis, was interviewed on April 27, 2011 on Voice of America by host Shaka Ssali on "Straight Talk Africa" about Uganda's Ban on Protest and the Right of Freedom of Expression. In Uganda, opposition leader Dr. Kizza Besiege and activists have been jailed for defying a protest ban by President Yoweri Museveni. Here is an excerpt from the television and radio simulc
How Does the 1st Amendment Work
The First Amendment to the Bill of Rights says that Congress is not abridge to freedoms of speech, press, religion, the right to peaceably assemble and the right to redress the government with grievances. Discover how the First Amendment works and how it has been interpreted by the U.S. Supreme Court in this 1:35 minute video. A very quick overview without much depth or examples.
2.6 Reflecting on identity
Interpersonal communication in health and social care services is by its nature diverse. As a consequence, achieving good or effective communication – whether between service providers and service users, or among those working in a service – means taking account of diversity, rather than assuming that every interaction will be the same. This unit explores the ways in which difference and diversity impact on the nature of communication in health and social care services.