OERC Symposium 2010: At the coal face of energy action - Blueskin Power
Scott Willis speaks at the the 2010 Otago Energy Research Centre Symposium. Held November 24, 2010.
TEM Lab Guatemala 2011
Student consultants from Thunderbird School of Global Management help business owners develop export strategies in Guatemala. http://www.thunderbird.edu/temlab
Traditional Suquet (Fish Stew)
Many of the world's leading chefs and restaurants are from Spain. Spain's impact has spread beyond professional kitchens. The Culinary Institute of America has designed a website intended to be a comprehensive resource for anyone interested in Spanish food and wine. We hope you'll visit often. http://www.worldsofflavorspain.com/
Chamber Dance Company - Premieres Saturday, March 12 at 8:30 p.m.
"UW Dance Presents Chamber Dance Company" features performances from the past 10 years of the series, selecting programs from the most enduring and influential performers and choreographers. With an eye for the nuances of interpretation, Betsy Cooper, Director of UW's Dance program, provides context and clarity to each artistic performance created by dance legends such as Isadora Duncan and Ruth St. Denis. For more information, visit http://uwtv.org and watch the premiere of Chamber Dance Compa
Celebrating 50 Years of WSU Nuclear Reactor Center
A small group of employees, former and current, along with students and guests, gathered at the WSU Nuclear Radiation Center on Monday, March 7th, 2011 to celebrate 50 years of safe operation. The reactor was brought to criticality at 9:58 p.m., the original start-up time in 1961. Further celebrations marking the 50th anniversary will be made later in the month. For more about the 50th Anniversary, click this link: http://www.wsutoday.wsu.edu/pages/publications.asp?Action=Detail&PublicationID=2
Teachers as researchers and teachers as software developers: how use-case analysis helps build bette
A series of government initiatives has raised both the profile of ICT in the curriculum and the expectation that high quality teaching and learning resources will be accessible across electronic networks. In order for e-learning resources such as websites to have the maximum educational impact, teachers need to be involved in their design and development. Use-case analysis provides a means of defining user requirements and other constraints in such a way that software developers can produce e-le
Postgraduate Landscape Architecture Student Profile -- Sian Jones
Postgraduate Landscape Architecture student, Sian Jones talks about her experiences on the course and changing career - from interior designer to landscape architect. "I've developed better confidence in my work and presentation skills...As part of the course we went on a few international field trips looking at projects in Europe. I was so inspired by these projects and the nature of the industry over there that I've decided to chase up work in Europe after this course."
Performing Arts Profiles - Sharon Watson
Sharon Watson, the artistic director of Phoenix Dance Theatre talks about her experiences on the MA Performance Works course at Leeds Metropolitan, and how it helped her journey from a practitioner to a creative leader. "I needed something to consolidate my thinking and my practice. I wasn't sure that the typical academic Masters course was the right thing for me having been a practitioner for the majority of my time. It was absolutely the right thing for me to do -- it was all of those aspects
Blog posting using Wordpress
How to post on a Wordpress Blog. Lots of useful tips and tricks from a real expert. (08:50) The viewer should open to full screen to see all of the details.
The Galapagos Sea Lion
The Galapagos Sea Lion - Learn about the Sea Lions that live in the Galapagos Islands. (02:55)
The Impact of Climate Change
Learn about how the climate change on earth is influencing the atmosphere. In this video you will also see how weather satellites are used as warning devices for extreme weathers. (05:48)