Medieval and Modern NV Christian Sects; the Society of Friends (Quakers) I from the course Introduct
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Sports Nutrition from the course Introduction to Human Nutrition
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Smell Like a Loyal Scot
Lenny is the Carnegie Mellon University student (or alum) you could be - if you become a Loyal Scot! * * Biceps optional. Stick horse not included. You can be become a Loyal Scot in four easy steps: 1. Stay informed 2. Get involved 3. Give back 4. Show your pride For more information, visit http://cmu.edu/loyalscot Filmed by cmuTV at Greek Sing 2011
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The current rise in online learning programs mandates that postsecondary faculty examine means of transferring successful, established critical thinking instructional strategies from the traditional classroom into the online environment. Theoretical arguments support, and even favor, the use of asynchronous learning technologies to promote students' critical thinking skills. The purpose of the current study is to examine students' application of critical thinking strategies when learning in a tr
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In this four minute video uses maps and narration to show where Buck Row, Whitechapel, and other places where Jack the Ripper made his killings. Not for younger children, and at best, a review of interest for only those doing a report on mass murders, the video must be reviewed before showing.
What Happened to Our Dear Aunt Sally?
Impressions from South Africa: Justice Albie Sachs in conversation with Judy Hecker
For more information about Impressions from South Africa, 1965 to Now, please visit MoMA.org/southafrica. © 2011 The Museum of Modern Art
Mendez v. Westminster: Desegregating California's Schools
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Professor Clive Hamilton delivers a critique of the consequentialist approach to the ethics of geoengineering, the approach that deploys assessment of costs and benefits in a risk framework to justify climatic intervention. Professor Hamilton argues that there is a strong case for preferring the natural, and that the unique and highly threatening character of global warming renders the standard approach to the ethics of climate change unsustainable. Moreover, the unstated metaphysical assumption
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Design Program, Design & Computation Arts Department, Concordia University, 2011
http://design.concordia.ca/ Through an extensive portfolio of student projects, in-depth interviews with faculty and a tour of Montreals unique architecture, this department profile showcases the very best that the Design Program has to offer. Integrating creative experimentation in social design with ecologically-oriented and collaborative productions, students majoring in Design examine environments of image, object and web design as persuasive forms of intervention and mediation in cont
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Beginner - Answering the door There are etiquettes that should be followed when knocking the door. Many of us are oblivious to most, particularly to the one on how to announce oneself. Today you will learn what you should say when knocking the door.
There are etiquettes that should be followed when knocking the door. Many of us are oblivious to most, particularly to the one on how to announce oneself. Today you will learn what you should say when knocking the door.
Windscreen by Meejin Yoon, Associate Professor of Architecture
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This course will focus on the environment of firms with particular emphasis on economic variables such as GNP, inflation, interest rates, exchange rates and international trade. The course is divided into five parts: The first presents the basic tools of macroeconomic management by focusing on historical episodes, particularly in the United States. The second looks at national economic strategies for development. The third section concentrates on the recent financial and currency crises in emerg
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The Shark Attack Discovered by the NBA