Innovation in Energy Storage: What I Learned in 3.091 was All I Needed to Know
In a lecture that could have been titled, Better Education through Chemistry, Don Sadoway begins with solar energy, grid-level storage, and liquid metal batteries and moves into education innovation, sharing creative ways to teach chemistry.
Calling 3.091 a chemistry-centered class or Chemistry and the Wo
Món docent. Coeducació: igualtat i diferència
26 min. Vídeo. Generalitat de Catalunya (Departament d'Ensenyament).
El sexisme és un tipus de discriminació que es transmet d'una manera inconscient i, per tant, resta invisible per a la majoria del professorat. Cal, doncs, intentar reconèixer el problema i prendre consciència de la seva magnitud. El sexisme és present Author(s):
Welcome to this Futures workbook on finding work. It is split into several sections describing different techniques for finding work. You can dip in and out of the different sections; however it is not wise to rely on only one mechanism for finding work. It is a competitive market for final year students and new graduates and so you should try many alternate ways to find work.
Jenkins’ Farewell: Reflections on a Career at MIT
In conversation with William Uricchio, Henry Jenkins returns to reflect on his time at MIT and offers insights into MIT’s culture, his new life at USC, and the state of digital cultures, new media and collective intelligence.
Jenkins shares that complex feeling of loving and hating MIT, at the same time and often wit
From Godzilla to the Ring: An Overview of Japanese Film
The unit is a gentle, eclectic introduction to Japanese film. It also draws some comparisons between US films and Japanese films. Students examine US and Japanese film from multiple perspectives. The unit features readings, presentations, and interactive activities. For the culminating project, each student creates a simple website on a Japanese movie that he or she has chosen to watch.
Terrorism A War Without Borders
"Terrorism: A War Without Borders" is an instructional package produced in collaboration with a special committee of social studies educators. The video print materials, and other resources in this package are intended for use with middle school and high school courses.
Lecture 9: Motion Capture
Dr Julian Morris on "Motion Capture". Over the past 25 years "motion capture" has grown from very small beginnings into a global market worth many £10 millions per annum, spanning applications in orthopaedics, sport, film, TV and computer games, and industry. The populist model of start-ups suggests an original stroke of technical and entrepreneurial insight, but this is misleading. The reality is a rather more interesting story of successive engineering responses to customer demand and competi
Brokeback Mountain Panel Discussion
The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art hosted a discussion of the film, Brokeback Mountain. The panel consisted of members from film festival, scholars and an art critic. The audience was also given a chance to offer their own thoughts on the movie and the discussion.
Flowers and Herbs of Early America
Gardener Larry Griffith and Photographer Barbara Lombardi summon botanic phantoms and capture their essence on film.
6.7 Biological treatments?
Most of us have a very vague and narrow concept of what autism is, based mainly on such stereotypes as Dustin Hoffman's character in the film Rain Man. In this unit you will discover that there is a wide spectrum of disorders associated with autism, and an equally wide range of approaches to diagnosis and treatment.
We learn about the treasures currently on display at the Shipley Art Gallery, as well as some interesting details of the gallery's history. An archive of important film and television footage relating to the North East becomes available to the public to access for free at Discovery Museum, and children's author Eleanor Updale tells us about her work as she tours Great North Museum: Hancock.
13 Method in Their Madness or Madness in Their Method?
13th Maudsley Debate 'Method in Their Madness or Madness in Their Method?' This house believes that the public's reaction to terrorism is more irrational than the terrorists' motivation and behaviour Date: 23 January 2002 18:00
09 Fashion Victims
The media is being used as a convenient scapegoat for the development of eating disorders. This is the view of Professor Kenneth Nunn from Sydney University, Australia who will be speaking at the ninth in a series of debates on topical issues in psychiatry at the Institute of Psychiatry. He will argue that evidence suggests that the onset of an eating disorder has little to do with the media and everything to do with individual biological and psychological vulnerabilities. Vehemently opposing
Faites le bilan: Sessions 6 – 10
This unit helps you to acquire the basic language to find your way around a French town. You will learn how to understand and give directions, ask about accommodation, book a hotel room at the tourist information office and get information about what to see and do in the local area. You will visit some museums in Avignon and buy a film for your camera. This unit also deals with telling the time and making liaisons in speech. By the end of the unit, you will feel more confident understanding and
7. Computational Photography and the Stanford Frankencamera (November 6, 2009)
computer science, technology, humanities, internet, math, frankencamera, digital, film, camera, art, pixel, image resize, graphics, exposure, print, all-focus algorithm, filter, color, telephoto lens, focus, refocus, flutter shutter, program, SDK, cell ph
3.3 Positive freedom Positive freedom is a more difficult notion to grasp than negative. Put simply it is freedom to do something rather than freedom from interference. Negative freedom is simply a matter of the number and kind of options that lie open for you and their relevance for your life; it is a matter of what you aren't prevented from doing; the doors that lie unlocked. Positive freedom, in contrast, is a matter of what you can actually do. All sorts of doors may be open, giving you a large
Positive freedom is a more difficult notion to grasp than negative. Put simply it is freedom to do something rather than freedom from interference. Negative freedom is simply a matter of the number and kind of options that lie open for you and their relevance for your life; it is a matter of what you aren't prevented from doing; the doors that lie unlocked. Positive freedom, in contrast, is a matter of what you can actually do. All sorts of doors may be open, giving you a large
UK's Prince William "thrilled" as wife expects second child
Britain's Prince William says he is "immensely thrilled" over news that his wife Kate is expecting their second child. Linda So reports. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international news. For over 160 year
Iraqis in Egypt: Time is Running Out
This documentary film looks at the lives of six Iraqi families who have been forced to flee their homes and are now living in Cairo. This documentary film looks at the lives of six Iraqi families who have been forced to flee their homes and are now living as refugees in the massive urban sprawl of Cairo. As the years pass by, their situations are becoming increasingly desperate, with little or no rights in their country of first asylum.
Lesson #082, Tuesday facile = easy difficile = difficult marito = husband moglie = wife rumore = noise animale = animal borsa = purse tempo = time (hours and minutes) volta = time (occasion or number of times)
facile = easy
difficile = difficult
marito = husband
moglie = wife
rumore = noise
animale = animal
borsa = purse
tempo = time (hours and minutes)
volta = time (occasion or number of times)
Torturing Democracy Through the American Wars on Crime and Terrorism?
Professor Coyne examines the cost to civil liberties and freedom of America's wars-without-end: the war on terrorism and the war on crime. Coyne's lecture touches on the constitutional questions raised by detention of foreign nationals at Guantanamo Bay, the US' continuing support of capital punishment, and his work for 'enemy combatants' and death-row prisoners. Randall Coyne is Edna Asper Elkouri and Frank Elkouri Professor of Law at the University of Oklahoma College of Law.