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iDASH Privacy Workshop 2011 October 10-11, 2011 Discussion led by Wendy Chapman, UCSD
Romanticism and British Literature
This video goes through the romantic period and points out the main authors and important figures. Several major figures are mentioned, but the video moves too rapidly for most students to take notes so a list of those mentioned and what they did would be of value. There are many terms used that the teacher may need to explain. The video is seven minutes long.
Dr Laleh Khalili (SOAS) gives a talk for the ELAC/CCW seminar series on 21 Feb 2012.
Militants in Falluja say they will "punish" Iraqi government supporters
More Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Militants who have seized the Iraqi city of Falluja say they will "punish" those supporting the government led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, while plans for a military offensive are underway. Jillian Kitchener reports. 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 includin
Werk : De rechtvaardige rechters in actie De rechtvaardige rechters zijn gevonden! En ze hebben een missie: uitzoeken welk beroep nu eigenlijk het belangrijkste is? Samen met de leerlingen vergelijken we verschillende beroepen en onderzoeken de maatschappelijke waarde …
De rechtvaardige rechters zijn gevonden! En ze hebben een missie: uitzoeken welk beroep nu eigenlijk het belangrijkste is?
Samen met de leerlingen vergelijken we verschillende beroepen en onderzoeken de maatschappelijke waarde …
Chris and Martin find a Tiger Quoll
Watch as the Kratt brothers prove that size isn't everything as they highlight the ferocious Tiger Quoll and its small relatives. Viewers learn that this family of animals are successful scavengers because they are small, fast, and have very sharp teeth! (1:19)
Cuenta Cuentos: El Gato con Botas - en español
La voz de Marta Angelat, lee el cuento del Gato con Botas. (7:46)
2012 Meigs Professor Dr. Jeffrey Berejikian.mov
Jeffrey Berejikian Berejikian is described by students and colleagues as a dynamic and demanding teacher with a knack for engaging students whether he is delivering a traditional lecture or using more unconventional teaching methods. For one course, he uses a computer-based simulation in which teams of students manage their own countries and make policy decisions. "This allowed us to have as close to a first-hand experience creating grand strategy as one can get without working from the Oval Off
Henner: Chicago Weather is Brutal
In this States video clip, Marilu Henner talks about why no other city is quite like Chicago, Illinois. She discusses the brutal cold weather and Illinois accents. (1:14)
The Lundberg Farms: Farming and Math
From planting the seeds to harvesting, and everything in between, Bryce Lundberg takes students through the process of growing rice. To ensure he grows a successful crop, Bryce depends on his algebra skills to get the job done. Running time 3:50 minutes
The Union Siege of Vicksburg
The heavily fortified city of Vicksburg is the gateway to the Mississippi River. To force surrender, Ulysses S. Grant holds the rebel forces under siege for six weeks. Grant will defeat the Confederate forces and gain control of the Mississippi River. In this clip, learn more facts about the Union siege of Vicksburg. (2:37)
Borders Book Club featuring Christopher Paolini Part 6
Christopher Paolini is interviewed by the Borders Book Club. Paolini
answers club members questions about his books.
Fear of Rape
Violence is central to this 1994 Upon Reflection discussion with Margaret Gordon, once dean of the University of Washington's School of Public Affairs and co-author of "The Female Fear: The Social Costs of Rape." Gordon and host Marcia Alvar examine an oddity of American society: while men are most often victims of violence, it is women who retain more fear.
Lunch: O Say Can You See
SMU President's Scholar Christian Genco uses food and technology to perform "The Star-Spangled Banner" at the SMU Talent Show on September 28, 2012. A senior computer science major, he designed this homemade musical instrument using a prototype "invention kit," assigning each piece of food and drink a particular note to play. When Christian touched each item, an open circuit was completed sending a signal to his computer to play each note.
POL342 Politics of the Middle East #01 Sp14
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Aaron Striegel, associate professor of computer science and engineering, discusses a study the Notre Dame Wireless Institute is conducting to analyze students' phone habits by tracking how that usage affects their face-to-face communications.
Round 2 Cheer
Doris Kearns Goodwin, Nov. 2, 2001
Former Harvard professor and White House fellow under Lyndon Johnson, Doris Kearns Goodwin is the author of bestsellers The Fitzgeralds and the Kennedys and Lyndon Johnson & the American Dream. Her articles on political issues have appeared in leading national publications, and she is a regular panelist for “The News Hour with Jim Lehrer.” In 1995, she received a Pulitzer Prize in history for No Ordinary Time: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt: The Home Front in World War II. Goodwin has receiv
Journeys Through Sociology: Raquel Sosa
In this interview Dr. Raquel Sosa shares how she was drawn to sociology as a means of addressing social problems and inequalities. She also discusses her efforts to support and develop interdisciplinary research, particularly in the context of Latin American scholarship. Finally, she concludes with a discussion of how she approaches her work as both a sociologist and a political representative within Mexico City government. This is part of a series of interviews with the 22 members of the Execu
Games Are Not Good For You: So Why Are We Here? Eric Zimmerman, Game Designer Eric has some bones to pick with you. In what promises to be a lively session, he takes on some of the cherished assumptions surrounding games and learning, leveraging his well-earned reputation as designer, scholar, and professional agitator. Expect to hear new ideas about the way learning instrumentalizes games, why education should not be a service industry, and how happiness is not all it is cracked up to be. Make sure to bring your own strong opinions
Eric Zimmerman, Game Designer
Eric has some bones to pick with you. In what promises to be a lively session, he takes on some of the cherished assumptions surrounding games and learning, leveraging his well-earned reputation as designer, scholar, and professional agitator. Expect to hear new ideas about the way learning instrumentalizes games, why education should not be a service industry, and how happiness is not all it is cracked up to be. Make sure to bring your own strong opinions