VIBRATIONS AND WAVES: Harmonic oscillations, damped and forced oscillations, resonance, Fourier analysis
PHYLAB2 - Course 2 laboratory
The lab focuses on an introduction to computational methods, in support of the Classical and Quantum Mechanics lecture
Art Institute of Chicago Musecast: June 2008
1) Hear how artist Mario Ybarra, Jr., works his artistic magic to compare Chicago and Los Angeles, using Wrigley Field as his jumping off point. 2) Learn how the latest developments in modern forensics turns art history into an episode of Art Scene Investigation. 3) The Art Institute branches out to the Chicago Public Library to introduce iconic works from the collection to local elementary school students. 4) Stop by for live music and outdoor dining at the Summer Music Series.
Bob's Prostate Cancer Story- Robotic Surgery
After the initial shock of finding out he had prostate cancer, Bob Seidler and his wife went immediately into research mode. He looked for a place that offered all the options in treatment, and ultimately chose to have robotic surgery at MUSC. His physician, Dr. Jonathan Picard, talks about the advantages of robotic surgery and why it's important to come to a place like the MUSC Hollings Cancer Center for treatment.
6.1 Environment and Sustainable Development
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Living Long and Well
Dr. Kerry Burnight shares recent research and information about living a proactive, productive life for longer than we imagined—and offers suggestions on interesting ways to do that.
Dr. Burnight is a Health Sciences Associate Clinical Professor at UC Irvine.
The Evolution of Economic Science: Individual and Firm Behavior
Economics and Finance: From Theory to Practice to Policy
James M. Poterba
Mitsui Professor of Economics, MIT
George Akerlof PhD ’66
Koshland Professor of Economics, University of California, Berkeley
Avinash Dixit PhD ’68
John J. F. Sherrerd ’52 University Professor of Economics, Emeritus, Princeton University
Jerry A. Hausman
John and Jennie S. MacDonald Professor of Economics, MIT
Depositing web links in JorumOpen
This short video demonstrates how to deposit web links in JorumOpen, the Jorum collection for Open Educational Resources (OER). A separate video is available on depositing files. This is one of a series of vidcasts on using JorumOpen, including searching for resources. A suitable MP4 player is needed to view this video.
Depositing files in JorumOpen
This short video demonstrates how to deposit files, such as documents, presentations, audio and video files into JorumOpen, the Jorum collection for Open Educational Resources (OER). A separate video is available on depositing web links. This is one of a series of vidcasts on using JorumOpen, including searching for resources. A suitable MP4 player is needed to view this video.
Libertarian Science Fiction
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På onsdagen handlade Klartext mest om Egypten. Deras president lovade att han ska lämna ifrån sig makten till hösten. Vi berättade också att en kraftig storm drabbar Australien.
Mad Hot Tango: Caelie Smith on Violin
In this performance video segment from From the Top at Carnegie Hall, violinist Caeli Smith plays "Bordel 1900" from Astor Piazzolla's L'histoire du tango ("The History of the Tango"), accompanied by pianist Christopher O'Riley. Originally written for flute and guitar, this version was arranged for violin and piano by Tim Ribchester. Listen for rhythmic patterns that are repeated throughout the song and imagine how dancers would tango to the piece. (03:30)
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