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Centers for Disease Control: WONDER
The CDC Wide-ranging Online Data for Epidemiologic Research (WONDER) website provides access to a broad array of public health information. From the WONDER website, users can search for and read published documents on public health concerns, including reports, recommendations and guidelines, articles and statistical research data published by CDC, as well as reference materials and bibliographies on health-related topics. Users can also query numeric data sets on CDC's mainframe and other comput
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LE SAMU 92 CENTRE 15. STRUCTURE, FONCTIONNEMENT, MISSIONS

Ce film est destiné à l'information du grand public, décrit la structure du SAMU Centre 15 des Hauts de Seine, le mode de réponse aux appels ainsi que les différentes missions auxquelles il doit répondre.


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Literary Festival 2011 - New technologies and the Reinvention of the Author
With rapid developments in communication and publication technologies, the book – as conventionally conceived – is no longer the only point of connection between writers and their audiences. New media cross many geographical borders with ease, creating potentially global readerships. New communication technologies empower audiences to answer back, dissolving the traditional borders between writers and readers. And with this, the boundaries between forms of writing begin to be reconfigured. H
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Student Fitness Center and McCormick Hall ceremony Feb. 18
A dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Student Fitness Center and McCormick Hall took place Friday, Feb. 18, at the Student Fitness Center. The 170,000-square-foot Fitness Center includes a pool, basketball courts, an indoor track, an indoor dual floor hockey and soccer rink, group fitness space, weight rooms, exercise rooms, classrooms and a 47-foot climbing wall.
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Science, Literacy, Arts iNtegration in the Twenty-first century (SLANT) Summer Institute
This wiki page documents the activities, articles, links, and resources used, as well as the teacher created Open Educational Resources (OER) during the SLANT Institute. On July 19-23, 2010 San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD), in collaboration with the California Academy of Sciences, the de Young Museum, 826 Valencia, KQED, ISKME, and the Exploratorium launched the Science, Literacy, Arts iNtegration in the Twenty-first century (SLANT) Summer Institute for Pre-k through 8th Grade Teach
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Conducting effective online discussions
Download the supporting PDF file for this episode http://bit.ly/fhEFBn from the Learning to Teach Online project website. Discussions are an important component of many forms of online student interaction. For students to benefit from an online discussion, it is important for teachers to generate relevant topics, effectively moderate student activity and participate regularly. This episode will highlight several strategies to help you manage online discussions more effectively, and make them mo
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Commonwealth Honors College
UMass Amherst partners with WGBY to create and deliver new knowledge and education. Students gain unprecedented experience and have real world impact through class work, faculty mentoring, and research opportunities that change lives forever.
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Gov't and the Marketplace Seminar: Toxics 02/22/2011 #3: Joel Tickner
Managing Risk: The Case of Safer Alternatives to Toxics Speakers: Joel Tickner, Associate Professor, Department of Community Health and Sustainability, University of Massachusetts Lowell Robert A. Rio, Senior Vice President for Government Affairs, Associated Industries of Massachusetts Moderator: Jennifer Nash, Senior Research Associate, Nanotechnology and Society Research Group, Northeastern University
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Gov't and the Marketplace Seminar: Toxics 02/22/2011 #4: Robert A. Rio
Managing Risk: The Case of Safer Alternatives to Toxics Speakers: Joel Tickner, Associate Professor, Department of Community Health and Sustainability, University of Massachusetts Lowell Robert A. Rio, Senior Vice President for Government Affairs, Associated Industries of Massachusetts Moderator: Jennifer Nash, Senior Research Associate, Nanotechnology and Society Research Group, Northeastern University
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Making history
 In this podcast we meet the man responsible for the discovery of one of the world's biggest selling painkillers, Ibuprofen.

Dr Stewart Adams, a University of Nottingham alumnus, talks about how his original search for a cure for rheumatoid arthritis led to the discovery of Ibuprofen, and how years of painstaking research were rewarded with one of the world's most significant pharmacological finds.

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White Resistance
Civil rights activism sparked social and political change, but it also amplified white resistance to racial equality, as this video segment illustrates.
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Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth
This oral history transcript from the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute documents the tumultuous life and leadership of the Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth, who survived a bomb attack that destroyed his home.
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"I Stumbled on the Place by Sheer Accident": Oscar Ameringer Discovers the Cincinnati Public Library
Libraries in the late 19th century were seen by their founders as instruments of social and cultural uplift, meant to raise the working class out their ignorance and teach them how to be middle class. But men like Oscar Ameringer, who immigrated to the United States from Germany when he was 15 and later became a socialist organizer, humorist, and editor, took away different lessons. In this selection from his 1940 autobiography, Ameringer described his discovery of American history books, transl
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Atmosphere Applet
Atmosphere Applet: This program lets you study how the properties of the atmosphere change with altitude. You can study the atmosphere of either the Earth or Mars. The equations used in this program are taken from the ICAO standard day model for the Earth and from some curve fits of the Martian atmosphere gathered by the Global Surveyor spacecraft. Using the airplane graphic you can select an altitude, or you can type an altitude into the input box. The program instantly outputs a selected pro
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Cyclic Voltammetry Simulator
This simulator allows the modeling of responses from experiments in cyclic voltammetry, and is applicable to a wide variety of parameters. Excellent instructional aids in text form include description of electrochemical reversibility, diffusion, instrumentation and interpretation of cyclic voltammograms, with real-time demonstration of parameter changes.
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What Makes You, You? What Makes Me, Me?
This interactive presentation is part of OLogy, where kids can collect virtual trading cards and create projects with them. Here, they travel along as a young boy goes in search of his genes. The presentation begins with the boy wondering where his genes are. With each click, kids zoom in from cells on the boy's arm all the way down to the base pairs of his DNA. With each zoom in, a memorable rhyme explains what students are seeing. The presentation ends with this thought: "We're all related in
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Stargazing
This OLogy activity introduces kids to the joys and challenges of stargazing. The activity sets the stage by telling kids that there hidden among the night sky's thousands of stars are constellations and planets. To help them search out these constellations and planets, it provides helpful guidelines and resources for stargazing. These include tips for distinguishing stars from airplanes, satellites, meteors, and planets; a detailed map of the night sky; and directions for recording observations
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