Samaritanen : Achtergrondinfo De Samaritanen zijn een religieuze gemeenschap van ongeveer 750 leden met een onafhankelijke traditie van 2500 jaar.
De Samaritanen zijn een religieuze gemeenschap van ongeveer 750 leden met een onafhankelijke traditie van 2500 jaar.
Learning space evaluation
The subject of physical learning space has in recent years become increasingly complex This reflection examines what evidence exists in this area
Absolute Beginner S2 #15 - Are You Missing Your Japanese Dog?
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! Your Japanese dog Muttley loves going for rides in the car. While you’re driving through the streets of Japan, he loves to stick his head out the window. You like to think if he could talk, he’d speak Japanese to all the passersby and exclaim how much fun he has driving [...]
By the end of this section, you will be able to:
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One Minute Romanian - flyer
From the makers of the award-winning online language course Coffee Break Spanish comes a new range of titles aimed at busy people who want to acquire the absolute basics of a language. One Minute Languages from the Radio Lingua Network will introduce learners to a new language from scratch. The course is made up of ten lessons and covers topics including basic greetings, introducing yourself, and dealing with language problems. You’ll also learn numbers and other useful words and phrases whi
2014 New Frontier Award Recipient Svante Myrick - Acceptance Speech
Svante Myrick became Ithaca’s youngest mayor in 2011, at the age of 24. Since his election, he has championed innovative partnerships and development to spur economic growth and entrepreneurship in Ithaca. Under his leadership, Ithaca has enjoyed the lowest unemployment rate in the state of New York. Myrick also revised zoning policies aimed at increasing downtown Ithaca’s density and livability, and encouraged the adoption of a living wage for city workers. Myrick, whose childhood include
"Carry That Weight"
Emma Sulkowicz, artist and undergraduate at Columbia University, discusses her current endurance performance work, Mattress Performance (Carry That Weight), with Roberta Smith, co-chief art critic for the New York Times. They continue a conversation that began with an article in the Times and talk about the process of interweaving Sulkowicz's personal trauma with public work, the unique experience of carrying a mattress in public, and what it means for Sulkowicz's art that she has become an Inte
Post-Traumatic Stress Awareness Panel
This panel discussion covered Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder with veterans living with the diagnosis and experts who work directly with PTSD-diagnosed veterans. Speakers included Jason Cain, Karen Lynn Fears, Richard Tedeschi, Gala True and David Williams. For transcript, captions, and more information, visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=6566
A Grammar for Shelters - An exploration of rule-based designs in prefabricated and modular shelters.
This work explores the possible use of the shape grammar formalism in generating small/medium sized dwellings or shelters as a possible and effective solution for shelter shortages that usually follows in the wake of a natural disaster. The shelters are generated using a set of pre-fabricated elements that add up to form a coherent and functional dwelling. The grammar exemplified here, being a shape grammar, deals specially with generating the underlying functional diagram and the floor plan of
The Global Impact of the Ulm School Of Design
Dr Malte Wagenfeld, Head of Industrial Design at RMIT, talks about the social focus, thinking and impact of the Ulm School and German design in the 60 to early 80s as part of the exhibition "Ulm School of Design' at RMIT Gallery 1-30 August 2014.
Graeme Simsion, author of The Rosie Effect - In conversation with Elisabeth Tarica
After winning the 2012 Victorian Premier's Unpublished Manuscript Award for his book, The Rosie Project, author Graeme Simsion hasn't looked back. The graduate of both the RMIT Diploma of Professional Writing and Editing and the RMIT Advanced Diploma of Screenwriting has since gone on to see his book published by Text Publishing and now sold in 40 countries. The Rosie Effect, the sequel to his successful debut novel, hits bookshelves tomorrow. Simsion chats about his inspiration for the now fa
Building Canoes and Language Skills
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has enabled anthropology professor Sonya Atalay to bring the Native American Ojibwe language and culture to UMass Amherst. Visiting lecturer Howard Kimewon is teaching students to build a traditional birch bark canoe.
Duke Medicine Orthopaedics Symposium: The Weekend Warrior's Knee
Andre Grant, MD, Assistant Professor of Surgery at Duke, discusses "The Weekend Warrior's Knee" in patients age 50 and less.
The road can be your friend. Or your worst enemy if it means have to travel long distances to get specialized health care. Dr. Paul Heletko, a pediatrician in Georgetown S.C., explains how telehealth can eliminate that barrier.
Inside Outlook: Tuition and Debt
Inside Outlook host, Gavin P. Sullivan, attended the University of Washington from 1996 to 2000. During that period he paid $3,500 in tuition, on average, for the academic year. Times have changed considerably, in 2014 tuition at UW soared to $12,400 for the academic year. Rising tuition is not unique to the University of Washington. It is being felt by students across the country and has profound implications for both the individual and the economy at large. What is driving these tuition incr
Episode 165: Docker with Jeff Mendoza | Microsoft Azure Cloud Cover Show In this episode Chris Risner and Haishi Bai are joined by Jeff Mendoza, a software engineer at MS Open Tech. Jeff joins us to explain what Docker is and what Microsoft is doing to help bring Docker to Azure. Docker is a containerization technology that enables you to place apps in containers for easy deployment and portability. Jeff d
In this episode Chris Risner and Haishi Bai are joined by Jeff Mendoza, a software engineer at MS Open Tech. Jeff joins us to explain what Docker is and what Microsoft is doing to help bring Docker to Azure. Docker is a containerization technology that enables you to place apps in containers for easy deployment and portability. Jeff d
The Age of Reason, and Thomas Paine Philosophies (Audio)
This episode describes society before, and during, the writings of Thomas Paine, and how Paine influenced society. Paine seems to be integral to colonial thinking, and the thinking our founding fathers.
“The Age of Reason was an eighteenth-century movement which
followed hard after the mysticism, religion, and superstition of the Middle Ages. The Age of Reason represented a genesis in the way man viewed himself, the pursuit of knowledge, and the universe…” (0
A Face Examined
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The Empathetic Brain
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