L’intention de participer aux résultats – les clauses léonines (Vidéo) Part 10: Summary & Review Linda Yueh: structural and cultural change needed in finance industry Torture Team: What happens to lawyers who authorise international crimes? Haiti's Lost Generation Trailer TouchStone Assessment Management System - Launch Event Amsterdam Represented : Cultural Studies Taster Try Dutch! : Dutch Language Taster Using a compass clinometer Rock Deformation & Geological Structures From Ideas to Intellectual Property (materials) TALAT Lecture 2104.02: Case Study on Windows Steven Chu: Life as Beautifully Engineered Systems Umqomboti, utywala and lucky stars: stories of liquor in Langa between 1930 and 1980 6.973 Organic Optoelectronics (MIT) Political Science 61A: Minority Politics Ericsson: Aiming to help reduce emissions while 'not shying' away from its own responsibilities Reflections on Character and Leadership; On the Couch with Manfred Kets de Vries Human Emotion 20.1: Future of Emotion Civil Engineering in Developing Countries
This program provides state-of-the-art information on epidemiology and research methods for those working in administrative, clinical and research areas. Topics include testing, regression analysis, confidence intervals and descriptive statistics. Seattle Epidemiologic Research and Information Center - http://www.eric.seattle.med.va.gov/ 10/01/2002
BBC World Chief Business Correspondent and Adjunct Professor of Economics, Linda Yueh, shares her key take-aways from the panel "Beyond reforms and recriminations: The future of financial leadership" at the Global Leadership Summit 2013.
Professor Philippe Sands (UCL Laws) reveals that top echelons in the Bush administration put pressure on officials at Guantánamo Bay detention camp to devise new torture techniques that flout the Geneva conventions protecting prisoners’ human rights, in his book ‘Torture Team: Cruelty, Deception and the Compromise of Law’. ‘Torture Team: Deception, Cruelty and the Compromise of Law’ was launched officially at UCL on 2 June with a public lecture and book signing by Professor Sands org
2010 YouTube Project: Report winner Paul Franz presents the trailer for his documentary, Haiti's Lost Generation, which chronicles the state of education in the country.
To celebrate the launch of TouchStone as the centrally supported e-assessment tool at the University of Nottingham, a launch event took place on Wednesday 3rd November. This video is of Simon Wilkinson, lead developer, giving an overview of TouchStone and exploring new developments and features suitable for wider University adoption (such as LaTeX support, invigilator support, foreign language support and randomised questions). Introduction is by Andy Beggan, Head of Learning Technology at the U
The concept cultural studies is rather complex. To begin with the word 'culture' itself means different things to different people, such as great works of art and literature, or works of popular culture, such as pop songs and soap operas, or the way that particular groups of people live their everyday lives. Generally, when you talk about cultural studies as a subject at university it is not so much about another culture, but it has more to do with a particular way of looking at the world in whi
Interested in Dutch? Curious how Dutch sounds? Wondering how difficult or easy it is? Perhaps you are thinking of studying Dutch? Then here is your opportunity to have a go at the language yourself and experience what it is like to learn Dutch from scratch. You can work through the pack all by yourself. No knowledge of Dutch is required.
This Xerte resource is a translation of the original UKESCC courseware resource developed using Authorware at the University of Derby covering the use of a compass clinometer. It deals with the following sub-topics: 1. Description of the instrument; 2. Magnetic variation correction; Taking a sight bearing; Determining grid references; Measuring dip and strike; Measuring thickness; Sources of error; Self assessment.
This Xerte resource is a translation of the original UKESCC courseware resource covering the deformation of rocks. It deals with the following sub-topics: Introduction to rock deformation; The analysis of stress; Deformation and finite strain; Brittle deformation; Ductile deformation. Each topic is covered theoretically and with natural examples.
This zipped file contains all of the materials that made up the "How to extract value from Intellectual Property pt 1". Inside the file is a narrative, the full PowerPoint slide and cc licence information for all the clip art and materials that have been used. There are audio files that also can be used under the creative commons. The relevant attribution and sources for the materials can be found in the .ppt of the lecture.
This lecture gives teachers and students grounding in the development of satisfactory and suitable window design in aluminium; it helps them acquire an understanding of the principles underlying good design. Students need to be able to design aluminium windows which conform to local planning regulations and which are suitable for national traditions in each market they are offered in. This involves the acquisition of local climatic data since the products need to withstand the climatic condition
Steven Chu is a Nobel Laureate and Director of the Lawrence Berkeley National Labs (LBNL) This event took place on October 16, 2004 at UC Berkeley. Running Time: 1 hour, 18 minutes.
Residents provide descriptions of shebeens and the interactions it brought about such as political debates and discussions about life They also speak of their experiences of the Pass office Sunday socials and the forced removals The image used above is Mom Mngadi with her kids by bbc world service and is available under a Creative Commons Atribution Non Commercial License
The course examines optical and electronic processes in organic molecules and polymers that govern the behavior of practical organic optoelectronic devices. Electronic structure of a single organic molecule is used as a guide to the electronic behavior of organic aggregate structures. Emphasis is placed on the use of organic thin films in active organic devices including organic LEDs, solar cells, photodetectors, transistors, chemical sensors, memory cells, electrochromic devices, as well as xer
Political Science 61A, Minority Politics, also cross listed as Chicano/Latino Studies 64, Minority Politics. The course’s focus is the politics and experiences of specific groups: African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, and Asian Americans. This examination and analysis will not only enhance our understanding of these groups’ political roles, but will demonstrate that the U.S. political system cannot be adequately understood without understanding the political dynamics of ethnicity a
The telecoms sector isn't regarded as a major polluter, but that isn't stopping firms in that industry from doing what they can to help tackle climate change.
One such telecoms firm, Ericsson, took part in the European Business Summit held recently in Brussels -- a summit devoted this year to 'greening' the economy and reducing carbon emissions. One might wonder why a company that is neither a big polluter, nor present in the energy sector, would feel the need to participate in such a s
Here, Kets de Vries looks at entrepreneurship, the pathology of leadership, and the personality of the leader. The reader will visit the disturbed inner worlds of leaders like Alexander the Great, Shaka Zulu and Robert Maxwell, discover how to distinguish between a cold fish and a live volcano, and identify impostors, despots, organizational fools and global leaders.
The book highlights the basic principles of the clinical paradigmâ€”the process of putting organizations and the in
Human Emotion; Professor June Gruber, Yale University 00:00 Chapter 1. Introduction to Lecture 01:39 Chapter 2. Where We Went 25:58 Chapter 3. Where to Go From Here? 29:28 Chapter 4. Expert Interview This course is part of a broader educational mission to share the study of human emotion beyond the boundaries of the classroom in order to reach students and teachers alike, both locally and globally, through the use of technology. This mission is generously supported by, and in collaboration
Based on working on exercises on project decision making and planning, the specific context of working abroad in general and in developing countries in particular is illustrated, with regard to socio-cultural aspects, planning and financing of projects, roles of (consulting) engineers and contractors, local materials, techniques and knowledge and environmental issues. Study Goals: define projects in several phases of the project cycle (feasibility, identification, design and construction, evalua
Part 10: Summary & Review
Linda Yueh: structural and cultural change needed in finance industry
Torture Team: What happens to lawyers who authorise international crimes?
Haiti's Lost Generation Trailer
TouchStone Assessment Management System - Launch Event
Amsterdam Represented : Cultural Studies Taster
Try Dutch! : Dutch Language Taster
Using a compass clinometer
Rock Deformation & Geological Structures
From Ideas to Intellectual Property (materials)
TALAT Lecture 2104.02: Case Study on Windows
Steven Chu: Life as Beautifully Engineered Systems
Umqomboti, utywala and lucky stars: stories of liquor in Langa between 1930 and 1980
6.973 Organic Optoelectronics (MIT)
Political Science 61A: Minority Politics
Ericsson: Aiming to help reduce emissions while 'not shying' away from its own responsibilities
Reflections on Character and Leadership; On the Couch with Manfred Kets de Vries
Human Emotion 20.1: Future of Emotion
Civil Engineering in Developing Countries