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Diagrams, charts and graphs are used by all sorts of people to express information in a visual way, whether it's in a report by a colleague or a plan from your interior designer. This unit will teach you how to interpret these tools and how to use them yourself to convey information more effectively.
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4 Open Mark quiz
Diagrams, charts and graphs are used by all sorts of people to express information in a visual way, whether it's in a report by a colleague or a plan from your interior designer. This unit will teach you how to interpret these tools and how to use them yourself to convey information more effectively.
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1 Members of the governing body
How does the board of governors of a school work? This unit looks at the roles of Chair of Governors, Vice-chair and Clerk to the board and examines how the workload can be shared between the members. The governing body should focus on the quality and delivery of education provided by the school, not on daily management.
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3.4.1 Try some yourself
Diagrams, charts and graphs are used by all sorts of people to express information in a visual way, whether it's in a report by a colleague or a plan from your interior designer. This unit will teach you how to interpret these tools and how to use them yourself to convey information more effectively.
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Normal Distribution Homework Link (Collaborative Statistics; R. Bloom custom version)
Contains link to homework or review problems for R. Bloom custom collection of Collaborative Statistics by S. Dean and B. Illowsky
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Money talks: June 13th 2011
Tail risks are cause for concern as America nears the end of QE2, Europe frets over Greek debt and the price of oil soars
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Impact Conference 2011 - 16:00 - Session D: Improving academic communication
Investigating Academic Impact. A conference at the London School of Economics on Monday 13 June 2011. Academics are increasingly being pressed to provide evidence of impact from their research on the world outside academia. And universities will have to provide evidence of impact as part of the new Research Excellence Framework. But there is confusion about the different definitions of impact that exist amongst funding bodies and research councils, and also about methods of measuring impact. Thi
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Laboratory Investigations With C-FernTM Ceratopteris richardii
This series of laboratory exercises can be used to enhance existing labs focused on various aspects of plant biology, or to develop new laboratory-based courses at the undergraduate level.
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Moral and ethical principles in end of life care
In many areas of health care, and especially in such areas as palliative care, increasing attention has been paid in recent years to patient autonomy, and the need to respect it. Autonomy has come to be seen as a very important aspect of the interaction between patients and those looking after them, and forms the basis for many ethical commitments, such as telling the truth to patients, and seeking their consent for health care interventions. In this unit we look at quite a wide range of ethical
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Design a Bicycle Helmet
The goal of the activities is for students to understand the basics of engineering associated with safety products. Using a bicycle helmet helps to protect the brain and neck during a crash. In order to do this effectively, helmets must have some sort of crushable material to absorb the shock of a collision and a strap system to ensure that the protection stays in place. The exact design of the helmet will depend on the needs and specifications of the user. In this activity students will be intr
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Blood cells circulate around the body of the zebrafish.
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"Law, Strategy and the Transformation of the State" Philip Bobbitt, Wechsler Professor of Law, Columbia University Conversations host Harry Kreisler welcomes Philip Bobbitt for a discussion of his book, The Shield of Achilles: War, Peace and the Course of History. Bobbitt explores the dynamic relationship between constitution and strategy and its consequences for the transformation of the state. In modern history, epochal wars are fought and then settlements reached that legitimate changes in t
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WSU Researcher Investigates D.B. Cooper
PULLMAN, Wash. -- Forty years ago, a man in a dark business suit and tie committed one of the biggest whodunits in U.S. history. D.B. Cooper skyjacked a jetliner and bailed out at 10,000 feet between Seattle and Portland with a parachute and $200,000 in ransom money strapped to his waist. For more about this story, click here:http://news.wsu.edu/pages/publications.asp?Action=Detail&PublicationID=29054&TypeID=1
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The Busy World of Richard Scarry-Imagine That - Paper
In this video, Huckle learns about where paper comes from. Paper is made from wood and wood is made from trees. Trees are harvested and taken to a paper mill. The video shows how wood is turned into paper at the mill. Newspapers, books, and toilet paper are all made from trees. This is a great teaching resource for young students to see what kinds of items come from trees (1:06).
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Van Gogh Paintings-422 of them; Part I
Part I of a slide show of 422 of Van Gogh's works. Pictures only, no explanations. (9:20)
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The Economics of Sports
In this six minute video the economics of sports is explained. The author explains some controversial issues such as the pay for college athletes and how the free market system works at universities. Also noted are investing in high draft picks, the impact of others of sports, and the impact of fans on players and officials.

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