Johns Hopkins Rising to the Challenge
Highlights of Johns Hopkins Rising to the Challenge events, a series of gatherings that give alumni, parents and friends a chance to connect, make new acquaintances and hear how America's preeminent research university and No. 1-ranked hospital are addressing some of today's biggest challenges.
About UCL (2010)
Located in central London, UCL (University College London) is world-renowned for its innovative teaching methods and pioneering research, which span the sciences, social sciences, biomedicine, humanities and the arts. http://www.ucl.ac.uk/about-ucl/ - Among the world's top universities in a range of rankings & tables (http://bit.ly/blna9x) - 21 Nobel Prize winners - 20,000 students, one third international from 140 countries But rankings and numbers aren't everything. Take a look around the UCL
UCL's research with impact
With dedication and a creative approach, academic research can be used to tackle the world's most urgent problems - that's what we believe at UCL.Our research approach is built on foundations of excellence in the fundamental disciplines, encouraging UCL people to work together and transform society with their ideas and innovations. http://www.ucl.ac.uk/about-ucl/research
Your time starts now... Three Minute Thesis
Students pitch their research to a general audience, perfecting language, timing and performance skills. It's all part of the UNSW Interfaculty Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT), a lively and competitive event featuring brightest minds of a generation.
The Big Engine part two
Part two of Federation Fellow and 2008 Eureka Prize winner, Professor Matthew England, on the latest research into the role oceans play on weather. Professor England is co-director of the UNSW Climate Change Research Centre and is one of the world's leading climate change scientists. http://www.ccrc.unsw.edu.au
Scott Appleby, professor of history and director of the University of Notre Dame's Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, discusses "Contending Modernities: Catholic, Muslim, Secular," a major cross-cultural research project launched by Notre Dame, in partnership with scholars and educators from around the world. Learn More: http://newsinfo.nd.edu/news/17067
Research and Investigation Project: A Grave Undertaking
The central focus of the Research and Investigation Project (RIP): A Grave Undertaking unit is an exploration of the lives of individuals who lived in Deerfield from 1780-1880. Throughout their investigations of the past, students analyze a variety of primary and secondary sources and material culture to draw inferences about their research subjects, Deerfield's history, and the history of the country during this 100-year period. The five lessons in this unit take three to four weeks to complete
Staying in the Employment Game: Part 1
Experts from the University of Washington and throughout the Puget Sound gather to offer input and insight into employment challenges for people with MS. Learn when to disclose your disease to an employer, how to arrange for accommodations in the office, your legal rights and more. Featured panel members will include Ray Heacox, president and general manager of Belo Seattle, KING/KONG and Northwest Cable News; lawyer Andrea Brenneke of MacDonald Hoague & Bayless; Dr. Kurt Johnson of UW Rehab
Sea Vent Viewer
This web site serves as an educational overview of National Science Foundation (NSF) earth and environmental science research focusing on hydrothermal vent systems. It features an interactive viewer which allows users to explore hydrothermal vent systems with the touch of a mouse. Dragging the cursor around the screen moves the field of view while clicking on numbered items reveals informational pages about each inhabitant.
Sustainability at Penn State University
This video was produced by Penn State Public Broadcasting to provide an overview of the motivations, initiatives and visions for sustainability at Penn State University. The video was developed in October 2010 in order to inspire and inform the university's current effort to develop a Strategic Sustainability Plan that guides planning in teaching, research, student affairs, operations and outreach. Learn more at http://www.green.psu.edu .
8.5 Constructing bibliographies At the end of your assignments you need to include a bibliography or list of references. This is an alphabetical list of all the sources that you have used – each chapter, book and article that you refer to in the main body of your discussion. Bibliographies take a particular form and usually involve listing the: author's name, date of publication, title of the piece, and details of the publisher.
At the end of your assignments you need to include a bibliography or list of references. This is an alphabetical list of all the sources that you have used – each chapter, book and article that you refer to in the main body of your discussion. Bibliographies take a particular form and usually involve listing the:
date of publication,
title of the piece, and
details of the publisher.
Innovation Lab Grand Opening, "Makerspace & SPC"
http://www.youtube.com/user/StPetersburgCollege Insert title of show About St. Petersburg College: In 1927, St. Petersburg College (then known as St. Petersburg Junior College) became Florida's first private, non-profit, two-year school of higher learning located in downtown St. Petersburg. Full accreditation followed in 1931 and in 1948 SPC became a public college. In June 2001, SPJC officially became St. Petersburg College when Florida's governor signed legislation making it the first co
Alumni Praise Coach Whipple
UMass Amherst alumni who played football under Coach Whipple are thrilled by his return to campus, and full of praise for his coaching style and his support of student athletes on and off the field.
Competing with low cost rivals
Nirmalya Kumar, Professor of Marketing, explains how traditional retailers can compete with low cost rivals during an economic downturn
Anne Burns podcast on research methods
Anne Burns podcast on research methods
Carnegie Mellon in Silicon Valley - Overview
Carnegie Mellon University in Silicon Valley offers graduate degrees to working professionals in the epicenter of the software industry. Since its launch in 2002, the campus has grown to include full time and part-time software master's degrees, bicoastal degrees and PhD in Electrical & Computer Engineering degrees, with research focused on software mobility, networking, security and robotics. The campus is strategically located at NASA Ames Research Park in Mountain View, California.
New Interfaces, new scenarios. Vroom n.0 :Vroom n.0 : The emerging potential of collaborative 3D web
What sort of interfaces will allow, in the future, to manage the evolution of information and knowledge generation? What new scenarios would emerge in contemporary architecture when the access to a multidimensional architectural database is open and it is written and visited by anyone, anywhere in earth? Internet evolution is fast and unpredictable, propelling deep changes at different levels of our society. Spinoffs, unexpected outcomes are result of those changes, unfolding uncertain, unstable
Donald Duck in Mathmagic Land
This is the classic cartoon of Donald in Mathemagic Land. It is a nice introduction to basic math concepts, including geometry, Pythagorean Theorem, fractions, and music. Run time 09:12.
Simplifying Exponents (Multiplication and Division)
Ms. Rebecca Newburn instructs students about how to properly address exponents when multiplying and dividing monomials. Ms. Newman also reminds viewers which errors to avoid and explains why the answers she gets are correct. Visual quality not in high definition, but sufficient enough to see examples.