8 Technical glossary
Your course might not include any maths or technical content but, at some point during your studies, it’s likely that you’ll come across information represented in charts, graphs and tables. You’ll be expected to know how to interpret this information, and possibly encouraged to present your own findings in this way. This unit will help you to develop the skills you need to do this, and gain the confidence to use them. This unit can be used in conjunction with, and builds on the ‘Working
REI 6th Annual Symposium: Part 2 - Lecture by Dr. Marilyn Brown
This is the second lecture of the Rutgers Energy Institute's 6th Annual Symposium. Dr. Marilyn Brown, from the Georgia Institute of Technology, lectures on "Green Approaches to Sustaining the U.S. Industrial Base" Please find the third lecture of the symposium at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ziqxQ7-fxhY For more information please visit http://rei.rutgers.edu/
Northern California SeaWiFS True Color Stills
SeaWiFS true color still images of Northern California for 20 dates from September 9, 1997 to August 8, 1998
Ancient Egypt is a fascinating subject. Through this lesson you will learn about the Egyptians Religion, Social and Cultural Life, Writing, and Art. When you have completed this lesson you should have a better understanding of life in Ancient Egypt as it applies to religion and social events and will be able to recognize (even write) your own hieroglyphics.
Sounds of the City | 7/29/11
NJPAC’s Sounds of the City is a summer tradition in Newark – a free Thursday night concert series attracting thousands of people held outside in Theater Square. It features the hottest new artists around, playing everything from jazz and pop to hip-hop and world music to the ever popular salsa night. This season ends on September 1st with a tribute to Michael Jackson. Susan Wallner talks to the producer, Verushka Wray-Spirito, about the phenomenon of Sounds of the City.
Forms of Authority: Reference Books, Museum, Libraries from the course History of Information
This course explores the history of information and associated technologies, uncovering why we think of ours as 'the information age.' We will select moments in the evolution of production, recording, and storage from the earliest writing systems to the world of Short Message Service (SMS) and blogs. In every instance, we'll be concerned with both what and when and how and why, and we will keep returning to the question of technological determinism: how do technological developments affect socie
Great Zoom out of Sabie River, Africa (EOS Land Validation Site)
Using data from different spacecraft and some powerful computer technology, visualizers at the Goddard Space Flight Center present you with a collection of American cities in a way you have never seen them before. Starting with our camera high above the Earth, we rush in towards the surface at what would be an impossible speed for any known vehicle. Passing though layers of atmosphere, the colors of our destinations shimmer with their own unique characteristics, and suddenly we find ourselves fl
Mises University Graduation Ceremony The Revolutionary Origins of the Civil War Women of the Revolution What Makes a Good President? Age of Piracy A Tribal Relic Returns Meet the Weaver
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Abraham Lincoln makes good on the founders' promises of freedom and equality. Author Gordon Wood lays out the Revolutionary origins of the Civil War.
Could the war have been won without women? Author and Professor Holly Mayer thinks not. Learn more about the inner workings of the Continental Army.
Author and historian Alan Brinkley shares his thoughts on the alchemy of luck and chance in the Oval Office.Author(s):
Pirates seek treasure both sunken and sea-going, from the 17th century through today. William and Mary Professor Kris Lane draws the connections between the old traditions and the fresh emergences of piracy.Author(s):
A lost relic returns to the Pamunkey tribe in a new form. American Indian Initiative Manager Buck Woodard guides us through treaties and time.
War makes the weaver busy. Cloth for everything from sails to bedsheets is created on his loom. Max Hamrick weaves the tale.Author(s):
The Revolutionary Origins of the Civil War
Women of the Revolution
What Makes a Good President?
Age of Piracy
A Tribal Relic Returns
Meet the Weaver