Advanced Information Literacy (2005FY)
While assigning project activities, operational "information processing methods" will be taught in a humanities context.
Hamlet - Dramatic Development
Introductory note and exercises on dramatic development in Shakespeare's Hamlet.
An Onomatopoeic Poem
A resource for the teaching of Irish
Shakespearean Sonnet - Metre and Rhyme Exercise
Exercise requiring students to mark the rhyme scheme and metre in a Shakespearean sonnet.
Diagnosis of HHV-6 Reactivation in Transplant Recipients - T. Yoshikawa
Diagnosis of HHV-6 Reactivation in Transplant Recipients - Critical Point to Determine Precise Role of the Virus in Causing Disease - T. Yoshikawa
Floors and Concrete - Crossword
An interactive crossword (Requires Java) which covers terms and definitions relating to floors and concrete. Can be completed online or on a printed sheet.
Roofs - Crossword
An interactive crossword (Requires Java) which covers terms and definitions relating to Roofs. Can be completed online or on a printed sheet.
Revision on the Perpendicular Axes Theorem
The sheet revises the use of the Perpendicular Axes Theorem in finding Moments of Inertia.
Concepts used in Velocity-Time Graphs
Worked example illustrating the concepts involved in the use of a velocity-time graph.
Equations of Motion
Worked example illustrating the use of equations of motion.
Worked example using a past LC question to illustrate the use of equations in solving a consecutive motion problem.
Where do you live?
Op het einde van deze les kun je: Een schriftelijke beschrijving van iemands buurt begrijpen.
The purpose of this course is to introduce you to entrepreneurship as a process of creating something new that has economic value to others. We will examine entrepreneurship from the vantage point of history, society, and the individual. Most importantly, I hope to expand your awareness of entrepreneurship as a career option. This course has a substantial communications component. Entrepreneurial ideas are useless without the ability to communicate them clearly and concisely. Our focus will be o
Episode 4 - Function Generator
How to use a signal/function generator
The Future as a Critique of Past with Mayne, Diller; Que Sera Sera with Meredith, Bonner
The T. Gordon Little Lecture Series on Imagination at the Georgia Tech College of Architecture culminated March 13, 2010 with the IMAGINING - A BETTER FUTURE Symposium. With his firm, Morphosis, Thom Mayne has been the recipient of the 2005 Pritzker Architecture Prize, 25 Progressive Architecture Awards, 75 American Institute of Architecture Awards and numerous other design recognitions. Liz Diller and her maverick firm DS+R bring a groundbreaking approach to big and small projects in architectu
LABash Conference Patrick Dougherty
Patrick Dougherty is world renowned for his woven willow sculptures that brink on the border of natural environment (chaos) and man made structures (order). His work can be seeen at http://www.stickwork.net. His presentation was recorded Friday, March 25 as part of LABash 2011. LABash 2011 was held March 25-26 at Purdue University and was hosted by Purdue University's Landscape Architecture program.
Auburn University graduates first TSA class from Vapor Wake Detection training program
Auburn University graduates the first class of Transportation Security Administration inspectors and their canines from the College of Veterinary Medicines Vapor Wake Detection training program
Break the Science Barrier - Richard Dawkins - Part 1 of 3
Break the Science Barrier follows the Oxford Biologist Richard Dawkins as he meets with people who have experienced the wonders of science first-hand. We meet the astronomer who first discovered pulsars, the geneticist who invented DNA fingerprinting, a scientist who discovered a protein that causes cancer, and others. Dawkins interviews famous admirers of science such as Douglas Adams and David Attenborough, and asks them why science means so much to them. We also see how dangerous ignorance of
Paper Airplane Flight Around Corridors
An indoor paper airplane walk-along glider is flown down several corridors. A sheet of clear plastic manipulated by the pilot creates a wave of rising air under the plane. This video could benefit from some commentary concerning the aerodynamics of the paper airplane. (01:01)