An evaluation of Simventure
This paper discusses the value of providing a simulated experience of how organisations work enabling skills and knowledge from disparate subject areas to be synthesised and assimilated in solving complex business problem
This is a student created six minute video that offers an overview of this country. It does not have narration, but uses images and graphics to provide information on the history and culture of this land.
Chemistry Lecture- Amway
Kevin Eggebeen, Opal Lambert and Jeff Halim from Amway explain what they do at their jobs.
Cardiologist: Murray hid vital information
Oct. 3 - The cardiologist present at the hospital where Michael Jackson died testifies that Dr. Conrad Murray withheld vital information regarding the late pop star's drug intake. Bob Mezan reports.
Knox family: Thankful "nightmare" over
Oct. 3 - Speaking to reporters, Amanda Knox's sister Deanna thanks an Itailan court for having the "courage" to overturn Amanda's murder conviction. Rough cut (No reporter narration).
French Revolution Documentary
This student made this six-minute video provides an overview of this revolution using images and a narrator. (06:08)
Creative Research and Scholarship Award winner Behzad Nakhjavan
Auburn University's Behzad Nakhjavan, Professor in Architecture, Design and Construction
Political Identities and Organizing for Social Change
Annie Kersting reads her thoughts on how a political identity is developed over the course of a life, and she reflects on how unique experiences are formative to a person's manner of organizing when acting for social change.
A Tribute to Earthworms
Dr. Diana Wehrell-Grabowski shares some basic information about earthworms and their beneficial contributions to the plant and animal kingdoms. In addition, there is video footage of recent hands-on science classes conducted with preschoolers as they explore ecology and earthworm science concepts. Early childhood students made comparisons and contrasts between synthetic and real earthworms characteristics, measured earthworms, observed what surface preferences earthworms have, made models of ear
SoundCloud aims to "unmute" the Web
Oct. 4 -- A Berlin-based startup has developed a software platform for users to share sound files the same way people share videos on YouTube. This summer it paid a handful of members in North America to make recordings via its mobile app and post them on the Web. Tomorrow the company hosts its second annual SoundCloud Global MeetUp Day in more than 800 cities around the world. Natalie Armstrong reports.
On May 8 1902, Mt Pelee in Martinique in the Carribean spits out a terrifying Nuées ardentes a burning 400 degree cloud of ash, gas and rock traveling down that destroyed the area. The video has good photos and is easy to follow, but it lacks maps that would help students locate the area. 1:30
Feeding on Dreams
A live conversation with Ariel Dorfman from Duke University's Perkins Library.
Japanese Listening Comprehension for Absolute Beginners #4 - Reading a Japanese Journal
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! Do you find yourself only understanding bits and pieces of Japanese conversations? Do you spend hours trying to figure out what that person said to you in Japanese? Then this Japanese Listening Comprehension for Absolute Beginners series is for you! In each lesson of this five-part series, you’ll see an image, [...]
Art Part 1
Bourne of War "War is the health of the State." The famous seven words appeared in an unfinished manuscript written by the progressive essayist Randolph Silliman Bourne (1886-1918) during World War I. In a collection of Bourne's essays entitled War
"War is the health of the State."
The famous seven words appeared in an unfinished manuscript written by the progressive essayist Randolph Silliman Bourne (1886-1918) during World War I. In a collection of Bourne's essays entitled War
C9 Lectures: Mahmoud Saleh - Advanced CRT 1 of n You first met Mahmoud Saleh in an episode of C9::GoingNative covering CRT (C Run-time Library). Mahmoud is the keeper of the CRT(C Run-time Library) at Microsoft, working on the VC++ team as a software engineer. The information presented in that GoingNative episode was introductory in nature and as we expected you asked for more advanced treatm
You first met Mahmoud Saleh in an episode of C9::GoingNative covering CRT (C Run-time Library). Mahmoud is the keeper of the CRT(C Run-time Library) at Microsoft, working on the VC++ team as a software engineer. The information presented in that GoingNative episode was introductory in nature and as we expected you asked for more advanced treatm
Session outline and learning outcomes - bed mobility
Session outline and learning outcomes - bed mobility
UO Today #583 Bruce Schneier
Bruce Schneier, cyber-security expert and author of Liars and Outliers: Enabling the Trust Society Needs to Thrive, talks about corporate and governmental data collection and surveillance. Schneier gave a lecture, “Internet, Security, and Power” on May 28, 2014 at the UO in Eugene and at the UO in Portland on May 29, 2014.
Polycopié d'un cours numérisé de l'INSA de Lyon sur la mécanique générale décomposé en dix chapitres. Chapitre 1 - Torseurs - Cours et Exercices Chapitre 2 - Cinématique - Cours et Exercices Chapitre 3 - Les tenseurs cartésiens d'ordre 2 - Cours et Exercices Chapitre 4 - Géométrie des masses - Cours et Exercices Chapitre 5 - Cinétique - Cours et Exercices Chapitre 6 - Théorèmes généraux de la dynamique - Cours et Exercices Chapitre 7 - Equations de Lagrange - Equations d'appels