London Inhabitants within the Walls 1695
An index of London inhabitants within the city walls in 1695. Based on assessments for 80 parishes made under the Act of 6 & 7 Wm. and Mary, c. 6, and information from other sources for a further 17 parishes
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Historic American Sheet Arts, 1850-1920
This site presents 3,000 pieces of sheet music drawn from a collection at Duke University. The selection covers a variety of music types including bel canto, minstrel, protest, plantation, and sentimental songs, as well as songs from vaudeville and tin pan alley. The collection is particularly strong in antebellum Southern music, confederate imprints, and Civil War songs and music.
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The world of Orthodox sainthood
This is a module framework. It can be viewed online or downloaded as a zip file. As taught in Autumn Semester 2009. The enthusiasm for Valentine’s Day and Father Christmas is an example of the continuing legacy of the cult of saints in contemporary society. But who were the original St Valentine and St Nicholas? What can their lives tell us about the culture they lived in, and how were they venerated before the invention of chocolate hearts and the Christmas tree? This 10-credit module will
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A Deeper Look Into Seeds
Developed for second grade. Students will: use their sense of touch and sight to discover differences between several types of seeds; discuss why seeds come in different shapes and sizes; make connections between art and science; discuss the growth process of a seed; discuss how different seeds are used in different products. Biology In Elementary Schools is a Saint Michael's College student project. The teaching ideas on this page have been found, refined, and developed by students in a colleg
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<p>Evaluation of teachers' growth during the course of the Data Informed Practice Improvement Project at Wits University.</p>
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Industrial robots : Design for Manufacture HNC in Engineering Year 1 : presentation transcript
This is a presentation about industrial robots. Industrial robots play an increasing role in modern production and assembly facilities. The different types of robot available and their configuration are discussed. Examples of typical uses in sectors of the engineering industry are also identified. For further information regarding unit outcomes go to Edexcel.org.uk/ HN/ Engineering / Specifications These files support the Edexcel HN unit – Design for Manufacture (NQF L4). This open educatio
Author(s): Leicester College Technology and Engineering Centr

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Data Quality: Missing Data - Phone
This module describes how missing data can be managed while maintaining data quality. It explains how to plan for missing data; defines different types of "missingness;" outlines the benefits of documenting missing data and illustrates how to document missing data; and describes procedures to minimize missing data. Upon completion of this module, students will be able to explain why data managers should strive to minimize missing data and develop a plan to record or code why data are missing.
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TALAT Lecture 4101: Definition and Classification of Mechanical Fastening Methods
This lecture introduces the principal types of mechanical fastening methods, i.e. screw joints, folding, riveting and clinching by definitions and classification; it illustrates the great variety of types of mechanical fastening methods and systems available for joining aluminium parts. General mechanical engineering background is assumed.
Author(s): Lothar Budde, Universität-Gesamthochschule Paderb

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Gilt Brooch with Skeleton Leaves
Gilt brooch with stem and seven skeleton leaves (two types); four heart shaped.. Date: 1960 - 1969 - from the The Betty Smithers Design Collection at Staffordshire University.
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Particle technology : membranes and colloids
This is a video of the sixth lecture in the module Particle Technology, delivered to second year students who have already studied basic fluid mechanics. Membranes and Colloids covers the different types of particle related pressure driven membrane separations and models of flux decay and fouling. Colloidal behaviour using the DLVO theory is also covered, including colloid stability. This material is suitable for HND, BSc, BEng, MEng, and MSc levels. This open educational resource was rele
Author(s): engCETL, Loughborough University

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Flexible Manufacturing Systems V2 090310 : presentation transcript
This is a presentation about Flexible Manufacturing Systems V2 090310 (Edexcel HN unit Design for Manufacture NQF Level 4). The use of flexible manufacturing systems in production is rapidly increasing. The rationale for the use and some of the main design parameters are investigated. The different types and configurations are identified with major design factors being discussed. This open educational resource was released through the Higher Education Academy Engineering Subject Centre Open E
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The Gram Stain
Video demonstration of how to conduct a Gram stain to identify bacterial types.
Author(s): Dr Viv Rolfe, M Ioannou, De Montfort University

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Beyond infinity
This popular maths talk gives an introduction to various different kinds of infinity, both countable and uncountable. These concepts are illustrated in a somewhat informal way using the notion of Hilbert's infinite hotel. In this talk, the hotel manager tries to fit various infinite collections of guests into the hotel. The students should learn that many apparently different types of infinity are really the same size. However, there are genuinely "more" real numbers than there are positive inte
Author(s): Feinstein Joel F. Dr

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Interdisciplinary Science Science of the Invisible Student Document
In Science of the Invisible you will explore the structure of microscopic objects from cells to molecules to atoms. At the smallest scale the world is governed by quantum mechanics which controls the properties of atoms and their binding to form molecules. You will also learn about the states of matter, gases liquids and solids, and how their properties arise from the properties of their constituents.
Author(s): Karl Ryder,Andrew Ellis,Cory Evans,Tim Harrison,Da

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Science in Focus: Energy: Workshop 5. Energy in Food
All life forms use energy. In this session, explore the transfer and conversion of the potential energy in food, and see how that energy is stored. Through animations, witness photosynthesis, the process by which plant cells capture the ultimate energy source for all food — sunlight.,This segment explores the question "How do we get energy from food?" by visiting classrooms as well as interviewing students and scientists.
Author(s): Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

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Science in Focus: Energy: Workshop 5. Energy in Food
All life forms use energy. In this session, explore the transfer and conversion of the potential energy in food, and see how that energy is stored. Through animations, witness photosynthesis, the process by which plant cells capture the ultimate energy source for all food — sunlight.,This segment explores the question "How do we get energy from food?" by visiting classrooms as well as interviewing students and scientists.
Author(s): Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

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Episode 124: Using Brewmaster to Automate Deployments | Windows Azure Cloud Cover Show

In this episode Chris Risner and Nick Harris are joined by Ryan Dunn, the founder of Cloud Cover and now Director of Product Services at Aditi.  In this video, Ryan talks about Project Brewmaster.  Brewmaster is a free tool which enables easy and automated deployment of a number of different configurations to Windows Azure.  Some of the thing
Author(s): Nick Harris, Chris

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Family Law Action Maze (version 4.0)
The action maze has been designed to support a Level 2 Family Law course. It simulates the interactions between a trainee solicitor and a client experiencing marital difficulties. The maze presents a series of brief scenarios, and there is then a choice of courses of action with each of these. Depending on which option is selected, different subsequent scenarios are encountered. Thus there are several different storylines contained within the maze, and the student experience is determined by th
Author(s): Julian Priddle,Andrew Gilbert

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Maritime Transportation and Chemical Oceanography
This material summarizes the fundamentals of Chemical Oceanography. It is intended for beginner undergraduate students enrolled in Nautical or Maritime Engineering Studies, for professionals involved in long life learning processes, and also for a general audience interested in how Science affect all fields of daily activity. A number of specialized concepts are introduced in the text in a simple manner, most of which can be easily expanded through more specialized conventional books (some of wh
Author(s): J. Arturo Santaballa,Moisés Canle

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Introduction to Molecular Spectroscopy
This guide provides an introduction to the different types of molecular spectroscopic analysis, describing the basic principles of each technique and practical considerations including sample preparation. It is illustrated with simple diagrams, photographs of equipment and information to aid interpretation of spectra.
Author(s): Loughborough University,Helen Reid,Stephen Summerf

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