eMarketing: The Essential Guide to Online Marketing is a comprehensive textbook containing holistic and integrated eMarket
This resource is a proof-of-concept showing that an XML file describing a simple molecular structure can be stored in JorumOpen for subsequent deployment in Second Life or OpenSim grids.
About the Film "What's on Your Plate?"
In “What’s on Your Plate,” Sadie and Safiyah, who are two eleven-year-old, African-American city kids, go on this journey to understand their place in the food chain. The film is inspired by them looking at food and going around to stores and seeing, “Where does this food come from?” Like, “Why are we getting potatoes from Canada, when there are potatoes grown 100 miles away?” And along the way they talk to farmers and food activists and policy makers an
The City of London and its Tax Haven Empire
The City of London is an offshore island inside the British nation state, floating partly free from the democratic rules and restraints that bind the rest of us and fed by a network of tax havens around the world. Nicholas Shaxson and Maurice Glasman look at how this secretive network emerged and came to underpin the City's fearsome political and economic powers today. Maurice Glasman, recently appointed Labour Peer and Reader in Political Theory at London Metropolitan University. He is the auth
Silverlight TV 60: Checking Out the Zero Gravity Game, Now on Windows Phone 7
Did you ever want to write a game with Silverlight for Windows Phone 7? Ryan Plemons, Sr Developer with Terralever, shares his journey in optimizing the Silverlight based Zero Gravity game to work on Windows Phone 7. Ryan shares how he built the application using Isolated Storage, how he applied tombstoning, and many other topics on how he and his colleagues created the app. Ryan also shares some tips on how he improved performance for the applica
A Total Solar Eclipse In Varanasi
In this spell-binding professionally-made video, Professor Brian Cox visits some of the most stunning locations on Earth to describe how the laws of nature have carved natural wonders across the Solar System. (03:11)
1907?: Robert W. de Forest, Portrait
This image is a photographic portrait of Robert W. de Forest around 1907. Mr. de Forest is wearing a light-colored business suit, a white shirt, a dark necktie with pearl tie pin, and pince nez spectacles.,Railroad lawyer Robert Weeks de Forest advised Russell Sage as the financier and speculator cut a swath through late nineteenth-century commerce, acquiring over twenty railroad companies, along with banks, Western Union, and the Pacific Steamship Company, by 1900 and earning the nickname "robb
European Civilization, 1648-1945
This course offers a broad survey of modern European history, from the end of the Thirty Years' War to the aftermath of World War II. Along with the consideration of major events and figures such as the French Revolution and Napoleon, attention will be paid to the experience of ordinary people in times of upheaval and transition. The period will thus be viewed neither in terms of historical inevitability nor as a procession of great men, but rather through the lens of the complex interrelations
The Political Economy of Development
It is widely recognised that the interplay of political and economic forces has a major bearing on the path of development. How do the developments in the recent political economy literature bear on the practical problems that some countries face in achieving sustainable development paths? Tim Besley is Professor of Economics and Political Science at the London School of Economics, and served on the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee from September 2006 until August 2009.
Roads to modernity, 1789-1945
This is a module framework. It can be viewed online or downloaded as a zip file.
As taught Autumn/Spring Semesters 2010/11.
This module addresses the nature of ‘modernity’. It explores the ideas and historical experiences that transformed societies in Europe and around the world during a series of epic journeys from the distant past to the near present. In the autumn semester lectures and seminars provide a broad chronological survey of major events from 1789 to 1945. The focus is on key e
Storytelling and healing in South Africa
Early Career Fellow Sorcha Gunne talks about her work on South African post-apartheid literature and whether revealing the 'brutal truth' can heal the troubles of the past
Valparaiso University's Polar Plunge 2011!
Valparaiso University's Police Department teamed up with the Special Olympics of Indiana to host this amazing event on a cold Saturday in January. Participants paid $50 to jump into a swimming pool outside of the ARC, with the proceeds going to help Special Olympics.
Little Things Make a Big Difference
This RLO is based around an interaction between a healthcare professional and a client with learning disabilities. It shows how important even small aspects of communication are in formulating a positive interaction.
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