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Knowledge Mapping QuickStart Guide
Compendium is a software tool for visual thinking. You can use it to cluster and connect icons linked to ideas, concepts, arguments, websites and documents. Use it just for personal reflection as you study or work on a problem, or share your maps with others... your summary of a topic, or a learning path through the maze of the Web, might really help someone else!
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The price of war in Libya
July 14 - Rebels bury their dead after costly battle to regain town in Western Mountains. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
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An invitation for Cindy
At the completion of this lesson you will be able to send out an invitation card to a friend, you will listen to specific information. You will be able to infer the meaning of unknown words.
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Benjamin Franklin, Part 1 of 4
(NOTE: This is essentially a nine-minute podcast. There are no moving images. However, podcasts are sometimes better suited to a particular classroom environment.) This segment starts with his activities in Paris, but then moves into his early life and his relationship with his father, Josiah Franklin.


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L'Imparfait
Introductory grammar worksheet describing the imperfect tense.
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LABORATORY EXERCISE USING ‘‘VIRTUAL RATS’’ TO TEACH ENDOCRINE PHYSIOLOGY
This is a "dry laboratory" activity for teaching endocrine physiology. The model is a "virtual rat" and the students collect data without using live specimens.
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Learn Vocabulary with New Bleach Ending Theme!
Catchy voice and beautiful lyrics, new Bleach ending theme has become a huge hit in Japan! The song is called, アオイトリ (Aoi Tori) by Fumika. There are so many great vocabulary in this song and I am sure you will have a lot of fun learning while listening to this awesome song! The course starts [...]
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Reading, speaking: Moving abroad
You practice reading comprehension by means of texts about moving abroad. You will be able to provide a reasoned (oral) argument of the advantages and disadvantages of emigration.
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Tires and ecosystems
Tires are one of the worst things that can be thrown into a landfill. They take up a lot of room and they can collect rainwater that is a prime breeding ground for mosquitoes. Tires can be repurposed, or used for other purposes, such as tire swings and playground toys. They can also be recycled and used to make school gym floors and shoes.
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Model Prison Architecture
Williamsburg's jail, or gaol, set the standard for colonial prison architecture. Visit the building this year as we celebrate the 75th anniversary of its reconstruction. Architectural historian Carl Lounsbury describes the structure.Author(s): No creator set

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Hundreds of mussels attached to rocks in the rocky intertidal zone
Mussels have two hard shells for protection and avoid drying out. When the shell is open, the bivalve extends its foot for digging or anchoring. Mussels need ocean water for food. They are found in lower and middle intertidal regions.
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Coconut tree
Trees provide many animals, including humans, with food. Coconuts are just one of the several nuts and fruits that trees produce that are edible.
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Learn with Pictures and Video S3 #2 - Relaxing in the Evening with Mexican Spanish
“Since you’ve moved to Mexico to study Mexican Spanish, you’ve worked non-stop! The only time you have to yourself is when you go home in the evening, and this is the perfect time to study Mexican Spanish. Work, study and no time to relax…how unfair is that! But you’ve figured out a way to do [...]
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[Suresh 185] Poem: The train moved
[Suresh 185] Poem: The train moved    कविता (Kavita):  रेल चली | (Rail chalee ) The train moved   देवनागरी (Devanagari) लिप्यंतरण (Lipyantaran) Transliteration अनुवाद (Anuwaad)Translation   रेल (train) चली (moved)  , भाई...
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Inequalities and Absolute Value Homework -- Sample Test: Inequalities and Absolute Values
This module provides a sample test on inequalities and absolute values.
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Large group teaching: introduction to the collection
Large group teaching: introduction to the collection
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Global Shortwave from CERES
CERES stands for Clouds and the Earths Radiant Energy System.
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El Nino-La Nina Sea Surface Temp and Height Anomalies 3D Isometric View: January 1997 through August
An animation of sea surface temperature and height anomalies in the Pacific for January 1997 through August 1998 from NOAA AVHRR and TOPEX Poseidon
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Copyright Decision Tool
Use this chart to understand the rights issues which may arise in content you wish to use in your OER, and the tools you can refer to in order to deal with the flagged issues. Remember to repeat this process for each piece of contnet you wish to use as there may be multiple layers of content from different sources
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References
www……..gov.uk You can now access government directly through the web. E-government in action. While studying this unit you look at the scope of e-government, the databases that are necessary, the use of biometrics in identification and verification of identity and assess the usability and accessibility of websites.
Author(s): The Open University

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