Reuters Journalists of the Year Awards 2014 - Best Storytelling Innovation
The Reuters Journalists of the Year Awards were held in New York last month, celebrating the best of our journalism and honoring the people responsible for it across text, pictures, video and graphics, as well as the strength, passion, courage and commitment that is required to produce work of such a high caliber. Nominees for Best Storytelling Innovation Winner: Live-blogging of the year’s most important breaking stories: Brian Tracey, Cassandra Garrison, Linda Noakes Subscribe: http://sm
Beginner Lesson #2 - You Don't Want to Leave Your Spanish Dish Half-baked
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Entropy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics: Disorder and the Unavailability of Energy
Lower Beginner S2 #21 - Make Sure To Eat Your Japanese Vegetables!
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! Lately you’ve realized that you don’t eat enough greens, and you’re determined to change that. So while you’re shopping at the Japanese grocery store near your apartment, you load your basket up with vegetables until it’s so heavy you can barely carry it. Maybe you’re going overboard! In this Lower Beginner lesson, [...]
Statistics I - MATH1020 - Red River College - Version 2015 Revision A - DRAFT 2015-10-01
Introductory Statistics is intended for the one-semester introduction to statistics course for students who are not mathematics or engineering majors. It focuses on the interpretation of […]
East Side Public Square, Jacksonville, Alabama
This image is a black and white photograph of the east side of the public square in Jacksonville, Ala.
Engaging students, engaging industry and engaging enterprise
This reflective case study and poster relates to a specific event staged by students and examines the phases and critical points within the whole process. It identifies some key learning outcomes for all involved
John Ballam, Director of the Undergraduate Diploma in Creative Writing at Oxford University's Depart
Dr Ballam tells how his love of writing brought him from his modest Appalachian childhood to his current position at Oxford University; and of a creative writing contest which the University's Department for Continuing Education is sponsoring.
Modern Erotics and the Quest for Intimacy
The demand that sexual relations should be at the basis both of self-understanding and self-realisation often puts our intimate lives under particular pressure. This talk will look at contemporary sexualities and their uneasy relationship to love, fantasy and intimacy. Darian Leader is a psychoanalyst. Henrietta Moore is professor of social anthropology at LSE. Susie Orbach is a psychoanalyst and visiting professor at LSE. Renata Salecl is centennial professor of law at LSE.
All You Need Is (the Summer of) Love - Creating an Exhibit that Compares 1960s and Contemporary Cult
In this lesson, students explore various aspects of the 1960s, including the 1967 "Summer of Love," and compare them with contemporary times to ascertain cultural influences.
Lecture 28 - 11/29/2010
Checklist - Study Placement
This is a resource released as part of the E-Portfolio Toolkit based on experience of developing the “Year Abroad E-Portfolio”, undertaken by the School of Languages at Leeds Metropolitan University.
21L.435 Shakespeare, Film and Media (MIT)
Filmed Shakespeare began in 1899, with Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree performing the death scene from King John for the camera. Sarah Bernhardt, who had played Hamlet a number of times in her long career, filmed the duel scene for the Paris Exposition of 1900. In the era of silent film (1895-1929) several hundred Shakespeare films were made in England, France Germany and the United States, Even without the spoken word, Shakespeare was popular in the new medium. The first half-century of sound include
Learning spaces: evaluation
A presentation which provides an overview of key research questions relating to the development of fit for purpose learning spaces
1 Why study the Classical world? Welcome to A219_1 Introducing the Classical world. There will be many different reasons why you have chosen this unit. You may have a lifelong fascination with the ancient world, and hope to nurture it by studying this unit. Or you may know very little about it and are curious to know more. Alternatively, you may have been prompted by some of the many aspects of the Classical world that are present in our world today, be it physical remains, theatre, films, books, words or ideas. This
Welcome to A219_1 Introducing the Classical world. There will be many different reasons why you have chosen this unit. You may have a lifelong fascination with the ancient world, and hope to nurture it by studying this unit. Or you may know very little about it and are curious to know more. Alternatively, you may have been prompted by some of the many aspects of the Classical world that are present in our world today, be it physical remains, theatre, films, books, words or ideas. This
New Wellness Kitchen: Making the Calories Count
Auburn University students have a new dining option this fall with the opening of the new Wellness Kitchen, a $6.6 million facility located just north of the Athletics Complex parking deck, across the street from the South Donahue Residence Hall.
University of St. Thomas | Holiday Greeting 2013
Christmas Greetings from University of St. Thomas. Music: "Jesu Und Maria" by St. Thomas Choir
Ancient Wisdom and Modern Love, Spring 2007
Built around Plato's Symposium, Shakespeare (including A Midsummer Night's Dream), Catholic writings (including Humanae Vitae), and several movies, this course explores the nature of romance and erotic love. We will examine such topics as sexuality, marriage, and procreation with an eye towards how we can be better at being in love. The course generally tries to integrate the analytic approach of philosophy with the imaginative approach of literature.
References Exploring mathematics: maths in nature and art
What does mathematics have to do with nature or art? The video tracks in this album trace the origin of the mathematics of chaos and describe how the chance discovery of fractals became the basis for some real - and revolutionary - commercial applications such as the fax and the modem. A closer look at ancient fabric designs and the spiral of a nautilus shell also reveals repeating patterns that can be analysed in a mathematical way. This material forms part of The Open University course MS221 E
Exploring mathematics: maths in nature and art