University Chamber Ensembles: Merry Wives of Windsore, Act III
Presented as part of the University Chamber Ensembles Concert on November 29, 2010. This selection is from The Merry Wives of Windsor, Act III and was performed by Elizabeth Homan, Ellen Broen, and Eric Piasecki. Joanne Kong performed on the piano.
Master Chef Akihiri Kotani
Master Chef Akihiri Kotani demonstrates knife skills and the process of making Dashi to GRCC Secchia Institue for Culinary Education students.
平成22年度第1回講演会 「iPad が図書館を変える？ 〜これからの出版、教育
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Red squirrels and a tropical Antarctica
Red squirrels used to be the most common squirrel in Britain. But since the grey squirrel was introduced from the USA as an illegal immigrant in the late 1800s, their numbers have nose-dived.
It's not fair!
America's regulators now rely on 'fair value' with additional historical or mark-to-market input. Europe's regulators view 'fair value' as the way forward. Unless there is a compromise on international accounting practices, investors face confusion, says Amir Amel-Zadeh.
Antoinette Schoar - Valuation Tools
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Kristian Kloeckl - "The Senseable City" - 2010 MIT SDM Conference on Systems Thinking for Contempora
"The Senseable City" is a presentation given by Kristian Kloeckl, Research Scientist, in the MIT SENSEable City Laboratory at the MIT System Design and Management's 2010 Systems Thinking for Contemporary Challenges Conference on October 22, 2010. Please reference the link below for Kristian Kloeckl's presentation http://sdm.mit.edu/systems_thinking_conference_2010/presentations/kloeckl.pdf
Málaga Program Anniversary
Fifty alumni who had attended Dickinson College's study-abroad in Málaga, Spain gathered with University of Málaga representatives, past Dickinson directors of the program, senior officers and other guests to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the program. The event was held at the Cervantes Institute in New York City on Nov. 29, 2010.
An Introduction to Old English
Topics include who the Anglo-Saxons were, where they came from, and where they settled; the rough period covered in Old English; differences and similarities between Old English and Modern English; the use of runes and more.
Evaluating Arguments Part Two (slides)
Part six of a six-part series on critical reasoning. In this final lecture we will look at fallacies. These are bad arguments that can easily be mistaken for good arguments.
Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.
A six minute overview featuring some people expressing their views about Reverend King. Not much depth, more of a tribute. Student made video.
Learning the Hindi Letters – Lesson 2 – इ and ई
This is the second in a series of basic episodes to teach Hindi basics from the beginning. If you are already studying Hindi, it can provide a good review. If [...]
Mixie Reports: Whole Grains
A cartoon animated video is about whole grains.The video also includes interviews to find out how whole wheat bread is made. Run time 02:21.
Subroto Bagchi of MindTree Consulting: Physical Size Does Not Guarantee Success; What Matters Is Men
Subroto Bagchi is the chief operating officer of Bangalore-based MindTree Consulting, an IT and global services firm that went public in February 2007. In the second of a two-part interview with India Knowledge@Wharton based on his book, The High Performance Entrepreneur: Golden Rules for Success in Today's World, Bagchi discusses the challenges entrepreneurs face in building their ventures. These range from competing with larger competitors to setting in motion the right processes for growth.
What Strategies can I use to solve a multiplication problem? This video shows the different strategies on how do to so by: repeated addition, make groups, multiplication table, skip counting, and arrays!