Introduction to Symbolic Computation for Engineers
Symbolic computation provides algorithmic tools and methods that, in one hand are useful to support the learning and understanding of Mathematics and, on the other, contribute to the resolution of computational aspects arising in engineering. Although an important part is theoretical, the character of the course will be highly practical. This philosophy will be carried out by means of computer lab classes where the teaching of the symbolic concepts will be combined with the use of the symbolic
Otis Artist Book Collection: Cheri Gaulke & Sue Maberry "Marriage Matters"
Binding Desire: Unfolding Artists Books is a group exhibition featuring approximately 120 works from OTIS Millard Sheets Library's Special Collection of 2,100 artists books dating from the 1960s to the present. The Otis Artists' Book Collection is one of the largest in Southern California. It houses a wide range of works representing every genre of artists' books. Exhibition: January 25 -- March 30, 2014 http://www.otis.edu/ben-maltz-gallery
The History of the Black Death
This two minute student production is an overview of this event, but it does not offer enough depth to show its true impact. No maps are provided.
National Geographic Live! - Living with Urban Lions
Emerging Explorer Paula Kahumbu works tirelessly to preserve threatened wildlife and habitats by bringing conservation stories out of the shadows and into the minds of people who want to help. (15:43)
Diana and Debbie
Amateur video purportedly shows shell-damaged homes in Homs
Sept. 30 - Amateur video footage uploaded on a social media website purports to show tanks entering Homs and damage to houses after an attack by Syrian army tanks. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
MA Design 1 ADM Module Handbook
MA Design 1 ADM Module Handbook
"Keeping the Night Watch" by Hope Anita Smith: ALA Book Talk
Watch this video to hear Cindy Dobrez, a middle school librarian, talk about Keeping the Night Watch, a book of poetry for children by Hope Anita Smith. This a story of building a family back as a wayward dad returns home. This is a great resource to entice and encourage middle school readers. (1:58)
Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma, President of Sierra Leone Speaks at Notre Dame
The President of the Republic of Sierra Leone gave a lecture titled "Faith, Tolerance, and Progress" in the Decio Mainstage Theatre of the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center on September 27, 2011. President Koroma was introduced by University President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C.. The address was followed by a question and answer session, moderated by Assistant Professor of Anthropology Catherine Bolten.
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Gengo Spanish #14 - A Busy Latin American Day is on the Cards
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! Your schedule is jam-packed for your trip to the Spanish-speaking country where you do business, and you cannot add one more thing! Or so you thought… When you land at the airport, your voicemail is full of people requesting in Spanish to see you, and your assistant has sent you a [...]
Quadratic Equations: Solving Quadratic Equations Using the Method of Completing the Square
This module contains the a quadratic equations from Elementary Algebra by Denny Burzynski and Wade Ellis, Jr.
Mongols Invasion of China
This four minute video is about how the Mongols defeated China and explains the military actions and the impact of the victory.
"How to Say Goodbye in Robot" by Natalie Standiford--The Pick of the Week from 60 second Recap®
In this Pick of the Week video, teenage students will be introduced to "How to Say Goodbye in Robot" by Natalie Standiford. Summary Review--Beatrice (Bea) Szabo is turning into a robot. Her professor father's perpetual wanderings from university to university have left her friendships in the lurch. And now, to make matters worse, there's something not-so-swell going on with her parents' marriage. A tin heart—that's what Bea decides she needs. Because better to feel nothing than to be feeli
What Can Creativity Do?
This professionally-made video shown at the Night of the Unboring (2005), a benefit for the Ontario College of Art and Design. Creativity can capture, can make you comfortable, make you uncomfortable, define a nation, define a generation, transform, make life easier, move you, stop you in your tracks... (02:53)
Survival Phrases #57 - Passing Something
Learn Spanish travel phrases with SpanishPod101.com! A little Spanish can go such a long way! Whether you’re traveling, visiting, or sightseeing, SpanishPod101.com has all the essential travel phrases just for you! Today we cover a high frequency Spanish phrase sure to be of use on your trip, travels or vacation to Spain. There is a much [...]
Part Two: GAMBIT Summer Summit 2011
Part Two: Every summer at the Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab, students from Singapore and the US work with GAMBIT researchers and development teams on novel game concepts, and visiting researchers spend that time research gaming related topics across a variety of fields. Back on July 6th, 2011, we drew back the curtains in the middle of the summer to provide insights into our current game development and research activities during the inaugural GAMBIT Summer Summit. PART TWO is a discussion fea
The Bat Bridge Quest, Austin TX
This selection contains a spectator's video of his walk through downtown Austin, Texas, to the Congress Avenue Bridge to see the famous nightly departure of the bats. Austin, Texas, has the largest urban bat colony in North America. ( 9:59)
Efficiency, Legitimacy and Political Expediency: Japan's trade governance dilemmas [Audio]
Speaker(s): Mireya Solis | Editor's note: The podcast does not include the Q and A session. Trade policy aims to satisfy three key criteria: efficiency, legitimacy and political expediency. As Japan embarks on a trade policy of unprecedented ambition through Free Trade Agreement negotiations with the European Union and participation in the Trans-Pacific Partnership, it faces acute trade dilemmas. Mireya Solis is the Philip Knight Chair in Japan Studies and senior fellow at the Brookings Center f