Hare Krishna - The Founders
In this part of the interview to Mr Dasa he talks about the founder of the movement. He gives historical background and explains the reasons why they chose the USA to establish.
Back bench rebels
Since the British Labour party’s re-election with a reduced majority of 66
Philip Cowley, Reader in the University’s School of Politics and International Relations, was recently nominated for the Times Higher young researcher of the year award. In this podcast, Philip discusses his research into back bench rebellions within the British parliament. Philip describes his research as practical politics, linking academic research to the real world of political debate.
Since the British Labour party’s re-election with a reduced majority of 66
21L.003 Introduction to Fiction (MIT)
This course investigates the uses and boundaries of fiction in a range of novels and narrative styles--traditional and innovative, western and nonwestern--and raises questions about the pleasures and meanings of verbal texts in different cultures, times, and forms. Toward the end of the term, we will be particularly concerned with the relationship between art and war in a diverse selection of works.
Celebrity Readers Theresa Johnson
College of Southern Maryland Senior Executive Director of Marketing and National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) "Communicator of the Year" Theresa Johnson visited the St. Charles Children's Learning Center on the La Plata Campus as a "Celebrity Reader" on Feb. 13. To celebrate Valentine's Day, Johnson read the children's book "Love Bugs" by David A. Carter. Theresa Johnson gave the children Hershey Kisses and candy marshmallows and in return received smiles and hugs. Celebrat
Teaching Piano Chords to Children
When teaching piano chords to children, help them associate the idea with tying notes together to make a different sound. Show kids how to play several notes at once with helpful tips from a children's music instructor in this free video on piano lessons.
The Olympic Logos
This is a slideshow of the logos of The Summer Olympic Games (1896-2016) and The Winter Olympics (1924-2014). Video is interesting to see how the logos have progressed over time and to see the various logos depending upon where the Olympic Games were being held. This movie is set to music and shows pictures. (5:00)
Donald Duck In Mathmagic Land (Part 2 of 3)
Taking Programming into Kindergartens: Exploratory Research Activities Using ToonTalk
We believe that computers should be introduced in kindergarten education under the same philosophy and methods employed for other elements of modern society. Children should be familiar with computers in general, not just with specific sets of skills. We see computer programming in particular as a way to empower children, allowing them to grasp fundamental computing concepts, and not fearing to use a computer in novel ways; they should be able to approach the computer-tool as an adaptable tool,
Advancements in Medical Technology
This professionally-made video is a very brief introduction to the pros and cons of healthcare technology. From MRI's to cyber-knife treatments, medical technology has advanced greatly in the past century, unfortunately, they come with a price, and they are one of the reasons healthcare costs continue to skyrocket. Run time 0:38.
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Sport and Society : the Summer Olympics and Paralympics through the lens of Social Science
This website presents the wide range of materials held at the British Library that can support research into the social aspects of sport and the Olympic and Paralympic Games whilst covering a number of themes including education, business and sport. "One of the major focuses of the site is legacy. For the British Library, the most important aspect of the legacy debate is the need to ensure that libraries and archives acquire as much as possible of the publications (and other materials) coming ou
The Eastern Orthodox Church part 3 of 3
If you are Orthodox Christian, your religion was founded in the year 33 by Jesus Christ, the Son of God. It has not changed since that time. Our church is now almost 2,000 years old. And it is for this reason, that Orthodoxy, the Church of the Apostles and the Fathers is considered the true "one Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church." This is the greatest legacy that we can pass on to the young people of the new millennium.
Lesson Activity Toolkit Spinners
Lynne Sullivan from Cranbrook Schools in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan<br>demonstrates how she uses the Lesson Activity Toolkit Spinners found in<br>SMART Notebook soft...
Solving and Graphing Inequalities
Inequalities are useful for finding a range of solutions. Solving and graphing inequalities is a key to finding and showing that range. This video clip explains how to solve inequalities using a lot of the same methods as those in solving multi-step equations when dealing with additive inverses, although some things are different when solving inequalities using multiplication. We graph inequalities using number lines. (1:32)
2.3.3 Law Another very broad area of knowledge is law. Social workers’ roles are bound by the law, even those who do not work for statutory organisations like social services. The law sets out what social workers’ duties and powers are, what they must do (a duty) and what they are permitted to do (a power). For example, social workers employed by statutory and voluntary agencies are bound by law relating to human rights and discrimination. You will find many other pieces of legislation in add
Another very broad area of knowledge is law. Social workers’ roles are bound by the law, even those who do not work for statutory organisations like social services. The law sets out what social workers’ duties and powers are, what they must do (a duty) and what they are permitted to do (a power). For example, social workers employed by statutory and voluntary agencies are bound by law relating to human rights and discrimination.
You will find many other pieces of legislation in add
Cultures of knowledge : an intellectual geography of the seventeenth-century republic of letters
Cultures of Knowledge is the website of a project funded by the Andrew W Mellon Foundation. The project website is hosted by the Faculty of History at the University of Oxford, whose partners in the project include institutions in the UK; Wales; Hungary; the Czech Republic; and Poland. The aim of the project is to catalogue and edit the Bodleian Library's archives of correspondence of some of the 17th century's leading men of science, and make these widely available to international scholars.
Tibetan-Mongolian rare books and manuscripts (TMRBM)
This website describes an AHRC-funded project to “document, consolidate, catalogue and make accessible” the rare Tibetan and Mongolian books (centred on those acquired by the Younghusband Mission to Tibet in 1903–4) in the University Library Cambridge, the British Library and the Bodleian. As well as conservation and cataloguing of these collections (little exploited since being removed from Tibet) a key aim of the project is to allow the virtual reconstruction of incomplete te
India - Macroeconomic Challenges, Some Reserve Bank Perspectives [Audio]
Speaker(s): Dr Duvvuri Subbarao | This lecture is in honour of Dr Indraprastha Gordhanbhai (IG) Patel who was the ninth director of LSE from 1984 to 1990. Over the five years through 2003-08 leading up to the global financial crisis, India clocked an average annual growth of 8.7 per cent on the back of wide ranging structural and policy reforms and growing integration with the global economy. By the year 2008, India was the fourth largest economy in the world in purchasing power parity terms. Fo
#24 How to Use a Metronome: Why is a Metronome Important?
In this lesson, I explain why we need a metronome, and what are some good exercises to use with metronomes. Metronomes can help keep us steady and on beat. These little things might drive you crazy, but they are SO worth using.