Students' opinion on Netbooks Hopscotch community centre ESOL students giving their respective opinions on their netbooks.
Hopscotch community centre ESOL students giving their respective opinions on their netbooks.
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Through Housing Joint - Cutting This video demonstrate how to set out and cut through housing joint - Part 2 - Cutting
This video demonstrate how to set out and cut through housing joint - Part 2 - Cutting
Using Click n Type How to use AccessApps' on-screen keyboard
How to use AccessApps' on-screen keyboard
Using Zoom It How to use AccessApps' screen zoom and annotation tool
How to use AccessApps' screen zoom and annotation tool
Working with IF statements in MS Excel This video demonstrates how to generate an IF statement in Microsoft Excel.
This video demonstrates how to generate an IF statement in Microsoft Excel.
På tisdagen berättade Klartext om jordskredet i Mexiko. Vi berättade också att det är brist på domare i Sverige.
Andrew's video information about himself Supported Entry Level Student learning techniques to present himself via video presentation using busbi.
Supported Entry Level Student learning techniques to present himself via video presentation using busbi.
Multiplying Fractions A short video on multiplication of fractions
A short video on multiplication of fractions
ISS Update - Dec. 15, 2010
The International Space Station video update for Dec. 15, 2010.
New media: The online evolution of newspapers
In September, the New York Times did an about-face of sorts. It ended its paid-for online subscription model, under which it had been charging for access to premium content by columnists and commentators.
Len Apcar, deputy managing editor of the International Herald Tribune and a former editor-in-chief of NYTimes.com, says enabling free and unfettered access to the online paper has "proven to be a very successful advertising model by itself."
Claire Pike remembers: INSEAD’s Secretary-General reflects on her three decades at the school on t
In 1968, Claire Pike began her MBA studies at INSEAD, her first step on the road leading to her present position as Secretary General of the school. After three decades of service, she talks to INSEAD Knowledge Executive Editor Shellie Karabell about her experiences and about developments at the school.
Shanghai: Under Kubota, 1943-45.
Kubota was Director general of the stateless Refugees Affair Buero. Also Goya, Pkura and Kana.,A crowd, under the rain, is waiting to obtain a Citypermit in order to be able to get ou of the ghetto,Signed lower left,Kubota was Director general of the stateless Refugees Affair Buero. Also Goya, Pkura and Kana.,A crowd, under the rain, is waiting to obtain a Citypermit in order to be able to get ou of the ghetto,Signed lower left,Born in 1910, Floss, Bavaria, David Ludwig Bloch lost his hearing as
SAIS Hosted Discussion on U.S. Department of Energy's Updated Energy Forecast on December 16
Richard G. Newell, administrator of the Energy Information Agency (EIA) at the U.S. Department of Energy, discussed the "EIA's Updated Energy Forecast to 2035" on Thursday, December 16. Here is a link to EIA's report: http://www.eia.doe.gov/forecasts/aeo/index.cfm
The Reverend Peter J. Gomes: Keynote Address
Professor Gomes reflects on the religious climate on Harvard's campus when he arrived nearly 40 years ago and how diverse the student body is today. Students from Harvard College and the graduate schools met with chaplains to work on a strategy for conducting interfaith conversations around campus. Student and chaplain panelists shared their personal narratives. Participants then met in small groups throughout the day to gain an understanding of others' beliefs and how to have conversations abo
MSUToday InStudio: College of Music (Part 2)
Jazz great Wynton Marsalis visits Michigan State as an artist-in-residence; Cuban band Tiempo Libre presents Rumba Sinfónica, a symphonic work performed recently by and the MSU Symphony; and MSUToday host Jim Peck talks with College of Music Dean Jim Forger about Michigan State's focus on music.
It Is a Bird...a Plane...a Recession, Or Is It?
It's been quite a week. Stock markets around the world showed sharp declines on Monday; on Tuesday, the Federal Reserve cut its benchmark interest rate by three-quarters of a percentage point. The rate cut helped stem the losses on some indexes, but by January 23, the volatility had returned. The obvious fear is one of recession -- a possibility that the White House and Congress are trying to avert by coming up with a stimulus package that will keep the economy off life support. How effective wi
A New Language for Mental Illness
Mental illness needs a “new narrative,” says
Jane Pauley. Just as cancer has moved from the shadows to pink ribbons and races for the cure, mental illness must shed its public aura of fear and shame. “Shrewd move; let’s do that,” says Pauley.
In a revealing and self-effacing talk, Pauley describes he
4 Germline gene therapy
Following on from the advances made in diagnosing disorders using genetic testing, this unit looks at the possibilities for genetic therapies. Two approaches to gene therapy are discussed: correcting genes involved in causing illness; and using genes to treat disorders. Before closing on a discussion of the issues around 'designer babies' somatic gene therapy and germline gene therapy are discussed.
The Bill of Rights
Do you know your rights? Professor of Law Henry Chambers explains the lasting wisdom of the Constitution's first 10 amendments.