新しいアートボードパネル
Illustrator CS5の新しいアートボードパネルの使い方や、複数のアートボードの設定について学びます。
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Orientation
For the new OHCC six-week format.
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Session 10: Metric - Referrers (also known as referring sites)

Purpose/Aim of this session

This session introduces you to the Referrers The Referrers metric tells you the third party websites, including social media sites, where people are finding links to your website and visiting from. Think of this as traffic generators – the online places that drive traffic to your website. 


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Ideas Cafe - Energy - Professor Pam Thomas
Pam Thomas introduces the Energy Ideas Cafe
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Sound for music technology: An introduction
Whether you're a professional musician, play music with your friends on the weekends or just like to listen to CDs, music technology affects your life. In this unit, you will learn some of the basics of music technology, starting with what sound is, how it is created and how it travels. First published on Thu, 07 Jul 201
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3XSQ: Apple iOS overtakes Android share
Nov 27 - The latest smartphone sales data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech shows a strong uptake of the iPhone 5 over the past 12 weeks.
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Flooding Vulnerability of the Towns of Mabitac, and Santa Maria, Laguna, Philippines
By: UP Los Baños Presentation by Dr. Romeo Pati, Associate Professor, University of Rizal System, Philippines. Delivered during the International Conference on Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation for Food and Environmental Security, November 21-22, 2012 at SEARCA, UPLB, College, Laguna, Philippines.
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Fotobabble : Tekst inspreken bij foto's
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This Week @ Minnesota
THIS WEEK @MINNESOTA: Nov 26-30. In this episode of the weekly video feature, Sam and Lannie check out a 90-second business pitch contest at Carlson, find out how the U has illuminated students lives and learn about mental health resources that are available on-campus for students.
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John Major
This site is intended as a record of the political history, biography and achievements of John Major who was British Prime Minster from 1990-97. It provides a biography of the man, and an overview of the key political events during his administration from 1990-97. Also available are a small number of transcripts of his speeches, including his resignation speech, the full-text of the Conservative Party election manifestoes of 1992 and 1997 and a set of links to related Internet sites.
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SOC315 Session 12 Fall 2012
Sociology of Work with Sergio Soto
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Colloquium Week 5: "Funding Conservation and Development in the Dominican Republic"
A Paper detailing fieldwork analysing funding for conservation and development in the Dominican Republic. The debate over the best way to conserve biological resources while allowing for the development of communities that live around or in and work with those resources has long been contentious. The degree to which forest residents, subsistence farmers, and indigenous tribes degrade or protect biodiversity remains unresolved, as does the best way to merge the interests and needs of communities
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4.1 The rate of evolution

I now want to move away from looking at the challenges facing all aquatic mammals, to examine very briefly what we know about the evolutionary history of the cetaceans. This group has travelled furthest from its terrestrial roots and made the fullest adaptation to life in the sea.

Since mammals evolved on land, it has long seemed reasonable to suggest that the origin of whales must have involved an evolutionary transition from the land to the water. But how can we explain the fact that
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3.2 Natural dives

The physiology of the diving response can be studied in the laboratory, but investigating the behaviour of a diving mammal in its natural environment can be more of a problem. However, modern physiological techniques have made it possible to record continuously physiological variables (such as heart rate) and information on depth and position during the spontaneous dives in the wild that are part of the animal's normal behaviour. Most such findings show that the majority of an animal's dives
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2.7 … and becoming more intelligent

Intelligence is a useful commodity: it can help an animal to make sense of its environment and cope with the demands of social behaviour (including courtship and competition). Hunters tend to be relatively intelligent, and otters, pinnipeds and cetaceans, for example, share a playful curiosity that is characteristic of animals that catch other animals for a living. Some especially extravagant claims have been made for the intelligence of the toothed whales, largely because these animals use c
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Introduction

The versatility of mammals is a central theme of the ‘Studying mammals’ series of units, but surely no environment has tested that versatility as much as the rivers and oceans of the world. Mammals are essentially a terrestrial group of animals, but three major groups have independently adopted an aquatic way of life. In moving to the water, aquatic mammals have had to survive, feed and reproduce using a set of biological characteristics that evolved in association with life on land. This
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Mathematical language
In our everyday lives we use we use language to develop ideas and to communicate them to other people. In this unit we examine ways in which language is adapted to express mathematical ideas. First published on Tue, 28 Jun 2011 as Author(s): Creator not set

Modelling heat transfer

The main teaching text of this unit is provided in the workbook below. The answers to the exercises that you'll find throughout the workbook are given in the answer book. You can access it by clicking on the link under the workbook.

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1.3 Home screen

Some calculators, like the TI-84, provide you with several different screens for menus, drawing graphs, writing programs and so on. The most important screen, where calculations are carried out, is called the Home Screen. If you should find yourself trapped on another screen, the ‘panic’ buttons to return ‘home’ are usually one or other of the following:

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4.3.1 Ecological tax reforms

Communities such as Findhorn already behave as if natural resources need careful management: they work hard to reduce fossil fuel use. A central assumption of this way of thinking is that people need to root economies more locally (Figure 15). To see the same impulse spread through the mainstream economy would require that th
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