2012 Carlson School Mega Build
The Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota community gathered together for a day of service devoted to help build Habitat for Humanity sites around the Twin Cities. For more information on the Carlson School of Management visit www.CarlsonSchool.umn.edu
Fonaments de sistemes d'informació
Avui en dia, en un entorn altament canviant i competitiu, la tecnologia i les aplicacions departamentals en si ja no aporten cap valor a l'empresa. El que aporta valor és com aquesta és capaç de gestionar eficientment la informació que genera, la dels seus proveïdors i clients, com es capaç de usar-la tant per a la optimització dels seus processos interns com per la relació amb el seu entorn, com la informació precisa és fàcilment accessible per cada actor del procés en el moment ade
When Attitudes Are Cultivated (Peter Gay)
Host Marcia Alvar speaks with Peter Gay, Sterling Professor of History, Yale University, and author of The Cultivation of Hatred. Violence is a pervasive force in today's world, but violence is not a new development. Professor Gay examines the debate in the 19th Century over the proper role of violence and aggression in society. He shows how attitudes in both Europe and the United States were reshaped so that aggression became ritualized in sports, public service and business. While he refuses t
Anthropologie de l'Organologie (audio)
Why Things Fall Down -Gravity for Kids
This cartoon teaches younger students about gravity. Some key vocabulary words include: gravity, attraction, magnet, crust, mantle, core, iron, molecules, force, and Newton. (05:24)
All About Koalas
In this animated segment, the Science team discovers the specialized eating habits of the koala, an herbivore who primarily eats eucalyptus leaves. Learn how koalas are specialized to their own Eucalyptus forest habitat, having a stomach to digest this plant that is normally poisonous to other animals. Chris and Martin learn how Koalas have a pouch in their mouth to store extra eucalyptus leaves in case they need to travel in times of danger when they try to get Koala Balloon safely out of the A
Breakingviews: Shareholders act out
April 20 - Rob Cox and Breakingviews columnists discuss recent shareholder decisions at Citigroup and Goldman Sachs to push back on executive pay.
2012 Robotics Open House
The Georgia Institute of Technology opened its doors to more than 400 middle school and high school students on April 11 for the third annual Robotics Open House. Georgia Tech Masters students and Ph.D. candidates demonstrated more than 20 projects around campus, marking the Institute's participation in National Robotics Week. Students saw a variety of projects, including an autonomous race car, robotic submarines and Simon.
Lesson #083, Wednesday To change a verb from its infinitive form to its past participle form: For 'are' verbs, replace the 'are' with 'ato' For 'ere' verbs, replace the 'ere' with 'uto' For 'ire' verbs, replace the 'ire' with 'ito' andare = to go, andato = went preparare = to prepare, preparato = prepared lavare = to wash, lavato = washed parlare = to speak, parlato = spoke mangiare = to eat, mangiato = ate volere = to want, voluto = wanted crede
To change a verb from its infinitive form to its past participle form:
For 'are' verbs, replace the 'are' with 'ato'
For 'ere' verbs, replace the 'ere' with 'uto'
For 'ire' verbs, replace the 'ire' with 'ito'
andare = to go, andato = went
preparare = to prepare, preparato = prepared
lavare = to wash, lavato = washed
parlare = to speak, parlato = spoke
mangiare = to eat, mangiato = ate
volere = to want, voluto = wanted
Parts of Plant -Full Lesson -kids -www.makemegenius.com -one of the best Indian Education website
Visit www.makemegenius.com ,one of the best Indian education website for children. See children Science education videos for free
3 R' s - Reduce , Reuse , Re-cycle - Pollution
This cartoon teaches younger students about the three R's in helping with pollution. (02:47)
Bouncing Droplets: Superhydrophobic and Superhydrophilic Surfaces
This 8-minute video introduces the concept of surface tension and shows how roughness can make a surface superhydrophobic or superhydrophilic. The Wenzel and Cassie-Baxter models are explained in this video that uses a variety of images to help explain this concept to students. It moves very rapidly and a word wall or handout of terms would be of great value. (08:16)
Is There A Crisis in Public Education? Address by Diane Ravitch
On April 10, 2012, The University of Notre Dame hosted Diane Ravitch, Research Professor of Education at New York University, for an address titled "Is There a Crisis in Public Education?" as a part of the 2011-12 Notre Dame Forum. The 2011-12 Notre Dame Forum, "Reimagining School: To Nurture the Soul of a Nation," is a yearlong discussion to explore the profound and challenging questions that shape the national debate about K--12 education, which has a dramatic impact on the future of American
Egyptian Arts and Architecture
This student-made video stresses the art of the Egyptian culture. It provides some insights and provides examples of the various types of artifacts. (03:56)
GIS in water resources engineering
This lecture supports students to get benefit from Geographical Information Systems (GIS) tools in water resources engineering. It introduces concepts of spatial coordinate systems, and raster and vector data types. The procedures of surface analysis using Digital Elevation Models (DEM) to the watershed delineation, including river networks are studied. In addition, the preparation of thematic data is introduced. Actually, this includes the sources of GIS input data from advanced on-site observa
CULTURE NUMÉRIQUE : 08 L'hypertexte (Vidéo)
La définition qui semble la plus adéquate de l'hypertexte a été posée en introduction d'un numéro spécial de juillet 1988, désormais célèbre, du journal Communication of the ACM. Smith et Weiss y considéraient l'hypertexte comme « une approche de la gestion de l'information dans laquelle les données sont conservées dans ...
CULTURE NUMÉRIQUE : 09 Les protocoles du réseau internet (Vidéo) Points essentiels
UW Timeline: Clara McCarty - 1876
Clara Antoinette McCarty, born in in 1858, became the University of Washington's first graduate in 1876. Despite the newly founded University's struggle with a lack of funding, McCarty earned a bachelor's of science degree from the UW in the June of 1876. Later, a UW dormitory was titled "McCarty Hall" in her honor.
15.S22b 04/12/2012 Alex and Marisa
15.S22 SSIM: Practical Leadership