Cloud and Mobile Plenary - December 2014
Cloud and Mobile Plenary - December 2014 - Rikki Prince Keywords:mobile , cloud , comp1214 , systems & platforms
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Chemistry Professor Warns About the Dangers of Antioxidants
CSUN Professor Gagik Melikyan, author of "Guilty Until Proven Innocent," on KCAL 9 News at Noon.
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IATA sees turbulence ahead
The International Air Transport Association sees the nuclear and earthquake crisis in Japan leading to a major slowdown for the industry.
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1.4 Caring for the consequences
This unit considers environmental responsibility and what may matter from a caring perspective and an accountability perspective. Caring for an environment compromising the natural world and ensuring accountability for harm or wrong done to the environment.
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A Structured Conversation
A middle school language arts teacher in Massachusetts leads a conversation about The Children of Willesden Lane designed to encourage students to compare their own responses with those of others. The discussion begins to touch on what it means to be a citizen of the world. (16:57)
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4.2 The perspective of the stranger

One way in which it is possible to build links between everyday experience and social scientific research is to adopt the approach recommended by the philosopher and sociologist Alfred Schütz (1899–1959). As a refugee from Austria in the late 1930s, he found himself transported to America and encountered considerable difficulties in reorienting himself to new conditions and a new culture. This personal experience of not having familiar bearings, and of encountering the impact of cultur
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2.4 Thinking through the challenges

In addressing the challenges of the social sciences, we have emphasised the ways in which social researchers are themselves located within a particular social and cultural context and that it is worthwhile to consider the implications of this for social science. This leads us to consider if, and how, our own position in society has an impact upon the way that we produce social scientific knowledge. In short, we should consider how much we draw upon our own values, assumptions and identities w
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Episode 119: Part of the pattern: How networks explain social behavior

Psychologist Professor Pip Pattison explains how network theory can be used to explain and predict social behavior, and how it can be applied in areas such as defence and the management of epidemics. With science host Dr Shane Huntington.

Jeugdboekenweek 2011 : Geheim
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Dit werkblad kan je gebruiken als instap voor een lessenreeks over de Jeugdboekenweek. Het thema van de Jeugdboekenweek 2011 is 'geheim'. Leerlingen moeten per twee een aantal puzzels en opdrachten oplossen om de schat te bemachtigen. De …


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Changing the World: Valerie Brown
Oregon State University alum Valerie Brown is making the world a better place. She is currently the CEO of Cetera Financial Group.
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3.4 Monitoring progress

Monitoring progress is about keeping track of what you are doing and how well you are doing it as you work towards your targets. It is about being able to make an assessment about yourself and being ‘self aware’ about your own capabilities, how you learn best, things that have helped you and so on. One problem in becoming more aware of yourself and making a self-assessment is that you may not know enough terms to describe yourself. Think of the first time you were asked to describe a
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E-Marketing (Espanol)
El tema de este curso pertenece a un campo velozmente cambiante y planeamos mantener este curso vigente mediante frecuentes puestas al día, tanto de los materiales que componen el curso como de los artículos de actualidad hallados en Internet. Es posible confundir este curso con la asignatura marketing a través de Internet. Sin embargo, nosotros cubrimos un área más amplia. Este curso se centra en el tratamiento de todos los temas que forman parte del mezcla de marketing (marketing mix) par
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Besoins et économie - Jean Gadrey

Une conférence de l'UTLS au Lycée

Besoins et économie par Jean Gadrey(économiste)

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Pangaea
Pangaea, the Network for Geological and Environmental Data, is operated by the Germany-based Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research and the Center for Marine Environmental Sciences. The site is described as a "public data library on the Internet aimed at archiving, publishing and distributing geocoded data with special emphasis on environmental, marine and geological research." Data can be searched and downloaded by several straightforward and intuitive methods such as a simple k
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Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe
NASA's Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe mission attempts to reveal conditions as they existed in the early universe by measuring the properties of the cosmic microwave background radiation over the full sky. Visitors can learn more about the particulars of the mission, explore the subjects of cosmology and the "Big Bang Theory" on the Universe link, view images of the probe and its launch in June 2001, and study the first detailed full-sky map of the oldest light in the universe. Although it
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Articles for Educators
Articles For Educators is a free resource offered by Virtu Software. On this website, teachers will find lesson plans, field trip ideas, tips and tricks for the classroom written by educators. Visitors can browse the directory of articles by subject or search for a specific topic. This section highlights Mathematics lesson plans written by math teachers and is organized into the following main sections: Competition, Fun with Numbers, and Miscellaneous. Membership, which is free, provides educato
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THE BOOK: An Engineer's Guide to the Digital Transition
This online guide was written to help engineers make the transition from analog to digital designs and implementations, with a specific focus on audio and video systems. The material is quite extensive and includes a wealth of application notes and "information on video formats, standards and interconnection considerations." Everything from high-level system design to proper routing techniques for different kinds of cables and signals is covered. The success of this guide prompted the creation o
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Maps That Teach: US and World Geography
Created by Owl and Mouse Educational Software, this resource uses interactive maps to teach geography. The site provides both Map Puzzles and Interactive Maps. Map Puzzles are downloadable and must be run on Windows. They challenge users to piece together the States of the United States or the countries of the world's continents, depending on the puzzle used. Interactive Maps allow users to move their cursor over a basic regional map. As the cursor hits each country, its name appears. The page a
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IEEE History Center
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) History Center functions "to preserve, research and promote the history of information and electrical technologies." There are many resources on the center's Web site that provide an excellent perspective into some of the original breakthroughs in electrical design and the more recent advancements in computer technology. Historical articles and list of frequently asked questions are given on the site, as well as many transcripts of int
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