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Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things
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50 States and Capitals (cartoon song)
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Convocation Corner: What will they do next?
On their convocation day, SFU students talk about their experience at SFU, what they're planning to do next and how SFU prepared them.
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Gyorgy Kepes Interview (1988)
Gyorgy Kepes interviewed for the occasion of the Cal Poly show on art and science. The interview explores the role of art in transforming ones inner self, which will eventually lead to art transforming the outer world as well. 1988. [T15593 ]
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Earth: A Three Act Structure
Relevance of geological ideas to contemporary environmental issues.' Professor Iain Stewart, School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Plymouth.
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2010 Senior Fashion Show
CCA's sold-out 2010 Senior Fashion Show took place Friday, May 7. The Fashion Show is the capstone experience for students graduating from the Fashion Design Program. (Note: The video is intended to play without sound.)
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GAMBIT Research Video Podcast Episode 12, Part 3 "Playing With AI: Or How I Learned To Stop Worryin
In Episode 12, Part 3 "Playing With AI: Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love Our Skynet Overlords" MIT Graduate Student, Owen Macindoe presents the research that he has been working on as a follow up to the Dearth project, a summer 2009 GAMBIT Game that was created with help from CSAIL. Owen's goal is to try to instill healthy fear of hard AI planning problems and he succeeds in this podcast! Founded in 2006, the Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab sets itself apart by emphasizing the crea
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GAMBIT Research Video Podcast Episode 12, Part 2 "Playing With AI: Or How I Learned To Stop Worryin
In Episode 12, Part 2 "Playing With AI: Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love Our Skynet Overlords" MIT Graduate Student, Owen Macindoe presents the research that he has been working on as a follow up to the Dearth project, a summer 2009 GAMBIT Game that was created with help from CSAIL. Owen's goal is to try to instill healthy fear of hard AI planning problems and he succeeds in this podcast! Founded in 2006, the Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab sets itself apart by emphasizing the crea
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Importance of Drug Receptor Location
This the first Umbrella Learning Object (ULO) to be developed and contains the following Pharmacology RLO titles: Receptor location, Membrane Bound Receptors, Intracellular Receptors and Clinical importance and application.
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Kinase-linked receptors
This learning resource explains the mechanism and action of kinase-linked receptors. It has been designed to work easily with the Core tool, an application currently under development. The Core tool will enable tutors to collect, organise and aggregate various resources and package them as one learning object.
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Satellite TV Most Responsible for Middle East Upheaval -- Not Social Media
mages of unrest and protest in Egypt, Tunisia and Yemen can be tied directly to the Arab media revolution, says Lawrence Pintak, Founding Dean of the Murrow School of Communication at Washington State University. For more on this story, click here: http://wsunews.wsu.edu/pages/publications.asp?Action=Detail&PublicationID=24253&TypeID=1
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Byrne Administration: Interview with Gus Lembo (October 22, 2009 Part 3)
This interview is a part of the Eagleton Institute for Politics's Program on the Governor. For more information please visit their website: http://governors.rutgers.edu/
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Lecture 14 - 4/29/2009
Lecture 14
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Wyrley Essington Canal - Birmingham Canal Navigations
An exploration in photographs from Horseley Fields Junction to Catshill Junction
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How Fast are your Fingers - Great Touch Typing Test for Students

Your Students will love this one..With the speed test you can test your typing speed. You will not get a real feel of how fast you are. Try the typing test again and again, and with time you will get faster. By the way the words that you need to type, are the most frequently use
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2004 Re-Elect Bush Commercial
This commercial focuses on getting "American to rise to the challenge." (0:33)
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2.1 Principles of diagnosis

The starting point for all systematic work on ASDs, whether in the field of research, therapy or education, is a clear and agreed description of characteristic patterns of symptoms for use in diagnosis. Accurate diagnosis is necessary to ensure shared understanding about the nature and implications of a individual's problem, and serves as the first step in establishing an appropriate basis for care and support for the individual and his or her family.

Underlying the use of system
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5-La citation des oeuvres et le régime de l'exception pédagogique (video)

Présentation : M.Dupuis, Professeur (Droit-Lille 2)

Table ronde : C.Bernault, Maître de conférence (Droit-Nantes)

P.Perez (MEN/MESR), J-P. Bonhotal (MEN/MESR-DAJ)

Questions de la salle et réponses des intervenants


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Foto: Modernity in Central Europe, 1918-1945
During and directly after World War I, four great empires (Germany, Austro-Hungary, Russia, and the Ottomans) crumbled precipitously, to be replaced by more than one dozen fledgling nation-states. The largely agrarian, in some cases semifeudal, societies of central Europe were thrust nearly overnight into crises of civil war, unemployment, or inflation — and beyond these crises into a world propelled by mass media and consumer economies. Becoming modern was attractive but also anxiety-provokin
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