API 2010 Nancy – historique du service des maladies infectieuses du CHU de Nancy.
Thème : Actualités en Pathologies Infectieuses.
Titre : API 2010 Nancy – historique du service des maladies infectieuses du CHU de Nancy.
Intervenants : Jean-Bernard DUREUX (professeur émérite de la Faculté de Médecine de Nancy)
Philippe CANTON (Professeur- CHU de Nancy - in memoriam)
Thierry MAY (Professeur – service des maladies infectieuses et parasitaires – CHU de Nancy).
Christian RABAUD (Professeur – service des maladies infectieuses et para
Thème : Actualités en Pathologies Infectieuses.
Brian Kernighan: The Changing Face of Programming PDF
The rapid evolution of languages, tools, environments, and expectations presents major challenges and opportunities for programmers and for software engineering education. This is true across all kinds of programming, but is especially so for Web systems, which are now routinely written in untyped scripting languages and include Ajax, mashups, toolkits, frameworks like Rails and Django, and a profusion of interfaces, all operating asynchronously on distributed systems. For the past 7 or 8 years
Robert Vanderbei: Digitizing the Universe From Your Backyard
Lunch 'n Learn presentation: Learn how the modern digital world in makes it possible, even almost easy, for amateurs to take astrophotos in their own backyards that are better than those taken at professional observatories only a generation ago. The key enablers are computer controlled mounts for very precise pointing control, CCD cameras, and modern image processing tools. More at http://blogs.princeton.edu/itsacademic/2008/02/digitizing_the_universe_from_your_backyard.html
Norse Mythology 2 Creation of the World
Anthropologist to the Past
Distinguished Visiting Professor Rhys Isaac's 1970 encounter with Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area set the course for his career.
James Hansen on Human-Made Climate Change
Dr. James Hansen of the NASA Goddard Institute delivers a lecture on Human-Made Climate Change: A Moral, Political, and Legal Issue.
Breaking up the euro area
The barriers to leaving are high but could still be crawled over by a country determined to leave
Billy Collins & Karen Romagna: 2014 National Book Festival
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Virtual Maths , Shapes Space and Measure, Theodolite survey formula
Theodolite survey, information, formula, and calculation
Good Practice Guide in Question and Test Design
This booklet will provide an introduction to good practice in question and test design. It includes the art of using objective tests to assess some aspects of student learning. At the outset you should be aware that objective tests are just one method of assessment. They are useful for assessing knowledge, comprehension and application and in some circumstances can be used to assess higher order skills such as evaluation and synthesis. They cannot be used to assess creativity, integration of ide
Using Portfolio's - Introduction to the Portfolio
This resource accompanies the workbook 'Using Portfolio's for Learning and Assessment - a staff handbook'. This resource offers guidance for staff on introducing students to portfolios to be used for learning and assessment. It is based on experience gained while working on an FDTL Project “Promoting the Development of key skills through the use of portfolios” (2002 - 2005). The outlined Portfolio Workshops in this handbook have been developed as a result of the Project activities at Le
E-portfolio learning lunch - Ben Cotton's Presentation
Staff and students are becoming increasingly aware of the potential use and benefits of e-portfolios and social media tools. Delegates will have the opportunity to explore the use of e-portfolios and social media through three case studies: Ben Cotton will provide a student / graduate trainee perspective focusing on the explosion of social media and its potential in terms of personal development, reflection, career planning and in terms of forging a career in the PR industry. Ben conducted his
Graduate Skills Workbook
The aim of this workbook is to introduce you to the concept of graduate job skills and enterprise, looking at which career path you decides to follow. It’s not just about starting a business; enterprise skills or attributes are as useful in employment as they are in self employment.
This case study describes the current trend for crime scene investigation drama and news stories of personal tragedies involving incorrect or missing data have been harnessed to capture the attention and inspire learning and enterprise skills in students studying database compilation
module handbook European Business Culture Practice
Welcome to your study programme for the European Business Culture and Practice module. This module explores the impact of cultural differences on business in different countries through three themes: knowing yourself, knowing your culture, understanding other cultures. In doing the module, you will develop your ability to analyse and evaluate aspects of management in an international context. The module will also develop proficiency in the following skills: • Planning and Management of
Developing an Effective & Flexible CV
By the end of this section you will: - Understand the purpose of a CV, what employers are looking for and sources of support - Prepare an effective CV appropriate for work experience, part time or voluntary work, or graduate level jobs Contents: - Why bother with a CV? - Key points in CV writing - Personal Details section of the CV - Skills section of the CV - Work Experience section of the CV - Education section of the CV - Other Interests section of the CV - References
Ray Russell Inaugural Lecture "A life in music..."
Visiting Professor, Ray Russell delivered his inaugural lecture on Thursday 25 March in Gandhi Hall. Ray's lecture, entitled 'A Life in Music' covered highlights from his 40-year career in the music industry ranging from his first professional job with the John Barry Seven to working with Tina Turner and on classic television theme tunes including Bergerac and A Touch of Frost. The lecture was delivered in a unique format that saw Ray backed by a band including his sons, Charlie and George, on
An evaluation of Simventure
This paper discusses the value of providing a simulated experience of how organisations work enabling skills and knowledge from disparate subject areas to be synthesised and assimilated in solving complex business problem
Doing it with EEEEEs workshop proposal
1. Description of the content of this workshop (200 words) This will be used as an abstract for the Conference Programme What skills do employers want from graduates? How does the Institute for Enterprise contribute to enhancing these skills at Leeds Met? This participatory session will explore the range of graduate skills regarded as important by employers and will highlight the ways in which the Institute is supporting the embedding of these skills across the University. Together we will c
Internationalisation good practice: The inclusive curriculum and ‘Internationalisation at Home’
This theme includes papers and articles which explore the meanings attributed to key phrases and attempt to define key concepts within the field of internationalisation as it relates specifically to learning, teaching and assessment practice and curriculum design and delivery in higher education. Many contributions provide concrete examples of activities to support multicultural learning and embed international dimensions in curricula. The student voice is apparent in research that engages stud