Elsa Bussiere discusses tracking animal population density, movement and habitation patterns via the use
Interview with Professor Christoph von Fürer-Haimendorf
Professor Christoph von Fürer-Haimendorf was one of the grandfathers of Himalayan anthropology. Alan Macfarlane, one of his last PhD students at the School of Oriental and African Studies and now himself Professor of Anthropological Science at the Univesity of Cambridge, interviewed Christoph von Fürer-Haimendorf in his house in Lode, near Cambridge, in June 1983. The interview was filmed on Sony U-Matic, a large format video tape, which is now obsolete but which has been digitised to DVCam, a
Interviews and Questionnaires
Producer (requires Internet Explorer)
This is one of a series of learning objects that relate to research methods in the social sciences and, therefore, has a broad application even though examples are drawn from sport and leisure. This object focuses on some of the practical issues in actually writing or asking appropriate questions.
References and Further Reading
Gratton, C. and Jones, I. (2004) Research Methods for Sports Studies London:Routledge.
May, T. (1997) Social Res
CESU 2011: Résumé du Débat n°2
XXIV Colloque national des CESU au palais des congrès de Strasbourg du 30 novembre au 2 décembre 2011.
CESU: Centre d'Enseignement des Soins d'Urgence.
Faut-il privilégier dans l’enseignement des soins d’urgence l’usage de la découverte, par rapport aux méthodes pédagogiques
utilisées dans d’autres dispositifs de formation ?
Deux approches pédagogiques dominent le paysage de la formation à l’urg
Tractors descend upon Bangkok
More than 2,000 farmers on tractors and other farming vehicles role into Bangkok, demanding payment from Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international news. For over 160 years, Reuters has maintained
Reteach and Enrich: How to Make Time for Every Student
This five minute video shows a step-by-step program that is used in one Arizona elementary school that gives its students the additional time they need to master core concepts and elevate their learning to the next level. There are several ideas presented in terms of time management and lesson planning.
This is a module framework. It can be viewed online or downloaded as a zip file.
As taught Autumn semester 2009
Infections are a major cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. The body fights infection through the functions of the immune system, whose power has been harnessed by the development of vaccination (immunisation).
Suitable for study at: Undergraduate levels 1 and 2.
Dr Ian Todd, School of Molecular Medical Sciences
Dr Ian Todd is Associate Professor & Reader in Cellular Im
The Magic School Bus Goes On Air - Air Pressure
For the Walkerville space capsule, Ms. Frizzle's class has to put in something on air. Keesha brings an "empty" pickle jar though, "It's not empty; it's filled with air." The rest of the class believes this is extremely pathetic and Ms. Frizzle "accidentally" gets the entire class stuck inside the pickle jar. Conveniently, they have to use air to get out of the jar in time for the space capsule's liftoff. (22:00)
Terry Hodgkinson Inaugural Lecture
Terry has led the Regional Development Agency, Yorkshire Forward, as its Chair for seven years, overseeing the Agency in growing the economy of the Yorkshire and Humber region. He was honoured in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2010 with the award of a CBE for services to business and regeneration and was recently appointed as a Deputy Lieutenant for West Yorkshire. He has recently launched his new business, entitled ‘Inspiration for Industry Education and Regeneration’. He holds a Visiting P
Digital Visualization in the Teaching of Cognitive Visualization
Professional design offices claim that our graduates have difficulties with their free-hand perspective drawing skills. This fact, which has become obvious over the last 5 years, is parallel to a clear tendency towards the use of 3-dimensional digital imagery in the projects of our students. Frequently, faculty tends to blame the computer for the shortcomings of our students in the use of traditional media, yet there is no clear evidence on the source of the blame. At a more fundamental level, t
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