Lecture 11 (of 16) | Introduction to Robotics

Though this is an entry-level university course, there may be high school students who desire to enter into the field of Robotics, and this course may inspire them.

Lecture by Professor Oussama Khatib for Introduction to Robotics (CS223A) in the Stanford Computer Science Department.

**Professor Khatib shows a short video on The Robotic Reconnaissance Team, then begins lecturing on Dynamics.**

CS223A is an introduction to robotics which covers

Lecture 13 (of 16) | Introduction to Robotics

Though this is an entry-level university course, there may be high school students who desire to enter into the field of Robotics, and this course may inspire them.

Lecture by Professor Oussama Khatib for Introduction to Robotics (CS223A) in the Stanford Computer Science Department.

**Professor Khatib shows a short video on Juggling Robots, then lectures on robotics control.**

CS223A is an introduction to robotics which covers topics such as S

Lecture 15 (of 16) | Introduction to Robotics

Though this is an entry-level university course, there may be high school students who desire to enter into the field of Robotics, and this course may inspire them.

Lecture by Professor Oussama Khatib for Introduction to Robotics (CS223A) in the Stanford Computer Science Department.

**In this segment, Professor Khatib shows a short video about On the Run: The Leg Laboratory, then continues to lecture on Control.**

CS223A is an introduction to

A poem by Osip Mandelshtam (read in Russian)

An introduction and excerpts from a poem by Osip Mandelshtam (read in Russian)

Basic Multiplication

In an easy conversational tone, the instructor uses the computer screen (the Paint Program)Â as his 'blackboard' and different colors to emphasis his points. As this is an introduction to multiplication, this video is for elementary students (fourth, fifth, and sixth-grades).

Open Teaching in a Digital Age

The digital age has rung in profound changes for the higher education endeavor - not least of which has been a revolution in the way teaching materials are generated shared and re-appropriated by means of the Internet. This is the realm of OER: a new philosophy in teaching and learning which has the potential to open new channels for the flow of knowledge. OER UCT invites you to explore the unlimited potential to boost your individual academic profile as well as that of your department or facult

Good Reasons for "Believing" in God - Dan Dennett, AAI 2007

Dan Dennett's talk at the AAI 2007 Conference in Washington, D.C. He is presented with the 2007 Richard Dawkins award at the introduction.
Read Dan Dennett's 'THANK GOODNESS!' artilcle here: http://richarddawkins.net/article,280,n,n
Buy the DVD with all the AAI 2007 videos here: http://store.richarddawkins.net/products/aai-2007-conference-video-by-rdfs
http://richarddawkins.net
http://richarddawkinsfoundation.org
http://atheistalliance.org
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JOSH TIMONEN
WAYNE MARSALA

The Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science - An Introduction

An introduction to the current and prospective projects undertaken by The Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science.
Score by
JOSH TIMONEN
"The Politics of Driving"
by The Life and Times
from their album "Tragic Boogie"
http://thelifeandtimes.com
Get it on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/tragic-boogie/id309896191

Harold Varmus: 2010 National Book Festival

Nobel Prize winning scientist Harold Varmus appears at the 2010 National Book Festival.
Speaker Biography: In 1989 Harold Varmus and Michael Bishop shared the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine for their "identification of a large family of genes which control the normal growth and division of cells." Varmus is the former director of the National Institutes of Health and is the former chief executive officer of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City. In July, he became the d

Introduction to the topic of Holocaust Denial

Professor Dina Porat of Tel Aviv University discusses the issue of Holocaust Denial as an introduction to the International Task Force Chair Project of 2010.

Introduction to the topic of Antisemitism Today/New Antisemitism

Professor Dina Porat of Tel Aviv University discusses new forms of antisemitism and how they manifest in the 21st century, as an introduction to the International Task Force Chair Project of 2010.

Introduction to the topic of Preservation and Marking of Sites

Professor Dina Porat of Tel Aviv University discusses the importance of learning about the preservation and marking of historical sites. This is an introduction to the International Task Force Chair Project of 2010.

Introduction to the topic of the Holocaust and Minority Rights

Professor Dina Porat of Tel Aviv University discusses the importance of studying the Holocaust as it relates to minority rights. This is an introduction to the International Task Force Chair Project of 2010.

Introduction to the topic of the Holocaust and Genocide

Professor Dina Porat of Tel Aviv University discusses the topic of the Holocaust and genocide as an introduction to the International Task Force Chair Project of 2010.

Differential & Integral Calculus, Lec 15, Math 31A, UCLA

Course Description:
Math 31A is a course that provides insight into differential calculus and applications as well as an introduction to integration.
About the Professor:
Steve Butler is a NSF Postdoctoral Scholar and Assistant Adjunct Professor of the UCLA Department of Mathematics. He received his Ph. D. from UCSD in June of 2008 and has been at UCLA since the Fall of 2008 (where he will be staying for a total of three years). His area of research consists of Combinatorics as well as particul

Differential & Integral Calculus, Lec 16, Math 31A, UCLA

Course Description:
Math 31A is a course that provides insight into differential calculus and applications as well as an introduction to integration.
About the Professor:
Steve Butler is a NSF Postdoctoral Scholar and Assistant Adjunct Professor of the UCLA Department of Mathematics. He received his Ph. D. from UCSD in June of 2008 and has been at UCLA since the Fall of 2008 (where he will be staying for a total of three years). His area of research consists of Combinatorics as well as particul

Differential & Integral Calculus, Lec 17, Math 31A, UCLA

Course Description:
Math 31A is a course that provides insight into differential calculus and applications as well as an introduction to integration.
About the Professor:
Steve Butler is a NSF Postdoctoral Scholar and Assistant Adjunct Professor of the UCLA Department of Mathematics. He received his Ph. D. from UCSD in June of 2008 and has been at UCLA since the Fall of 2008 (where he will be staying for a total of three years). His area of research consists of Combinatorics as well as particul

Differential & Integral Calculus, Lec 18, Math 31A, UCLA

Course Description:
Math 31A is a course that provides insight into differential calculus and applications as well as an introduction to integration.
About the Professor:
Steve Butler is a NSF Postdoctoral Scholar and Assistant Adjunct Professor of the UCLA Department of Mathematics. He received his Ph. D. from UCSD in June of 2008 and has been at UCLA since the Fall of 2008 (where he will be staying for a total of three years). His area of research consists of Combinatorics as well as particul

Differential & Integral Calculus, Lec 19, Math 31A, UCLA

Course Description:
Math 31A is a course that provides insight into differential calculus and applications as well as an introduction to integration.
About the Professor:
Steve Butler is a NSF Postdoctoral Scholar and Assistant Adjunct Professor of the UCLA Department of Mathematics. He received his Ph. D. from UCSD in June of 2008 and has been at UCLA since the Fall of 2008 (where he will be staying for a total of three years). His area of research consists of Combinatorics as well as particul

Differential & Integral Calculus, Lec 20, Math 31A, UCLA

Course Description:
Math 31A is a course that provides insight into differential calculus and applications as well as an introduction to integration.
About the Professor:
Steve Butler is a NSF Postdoctoral Scholar and Assistant Adjunct Professor of the UCLA Department of Mathematics. He received his Ph. D. from UCSD in June of 2008 and has been at UCLA since the Fall of 2008 (where he will be staying for a total of three years). His area of research consists of Combinatorics as well as particul