Internationalising the Curriculum: an annotated bibliography
This annotated bibliography comprises a selection of books, journal articles, conference papers and other resources on the subject of the internationalised curriculum. It has been compiled initially from a library of global sources originally brought together as part of the review of literature in the field, commissioned by the Higher Education Academy in 2006 (Caruana, V. and Spurling, N., 2007). This has been up-dated to include more recent work. The central criterion for selection of material
Gredos : repositorio institucional de la Universidad de Salamanca
The institutional repository of the University of Salamanca is an online collection of resources divided in four sections: digital library; research archive; didactic materials; and institutional and administrative documents. The digital library offers electronic versions of historical books; manuscripts; and periodicals physically held at the university. Documents were produced during the medieval and modern periods; and they are in Latin or Spanish. Also for researchers, there is a repository
Listen: Lifelong learners invited to sign up for Osher winter classes
Online registration is now open for the 2013 winter term of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Vanderbilt University.
Werkwoordspelling Deze app bevat verschillende onderdelen, zoals onderwerp en de persoonsvorm (nodig om een werkwoord correct te kunnen spellen), de tegenwoordige tijd, de verleden tijd en voltooid deelwoord. Elk onderdeel start met wat uitleg en wordt …
Deze app bevat verschillende onderdelen, zoals onderwerp en de persoonsvorm (nodig om een werkwoord correct te kunnen spellen), de tegenwoordige tijd, de verleden tijd en voltooid deelwoord.
Elk onderdeel start met wat uitleg en wordt …
Sam Tanenhaus; Bill Fletcher and Michael Zweig
Digging deep into the roots and evolution of the American conservative movement, Sam Tanenhaus talks with Bill Moyers about why he believes that conservatism is dead and how it might yet come back to life. Tanenhaus is the editor of both THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW and the Week in Review section of the TIMES. And, with public support for labor unions at its lowest point in 70 years, Bill Moyers talks with experts Bill Fletcher, co-author of SOlIDARITY DIVIDED: THE CRISIS IN ORGANIZED lABOR AN
Viruses and the Mysterious Common Cold
Ever wonder what's going on in your body when you have a cold? Join us as we explain the structure of viruses and the lytic and lysogenic cycles. We'll also discuss several types of viruses, including bacteriophage, HIV, and the nuclear polyhedrosis virus. Come laugh and learn with the zany Amoeba Sisters! (7:38)
Authors at Google: John Yorke | Into The Woods | Google UK, London
http://www.intothewoodsyorke.com/ John Yorke joined us at our London office to share insights on storytelling from 'Into the Woods: How Stories Work and Why We Tell Them' (published by Penguin). We all love stories. But why do we tell them? And why do all stories function in an eerily similar way? John Yorke, creator of the BBC Writers' Academy, has brought a vast array of drama to British screens. Here he takes us on a journey to the heart of storytelling, revealing that there truly is a unif
Sesame Street: Dancing With Triangles -- Shapes For Younger Learners
This is an amusing spoof of 'Dancing With the Stars'. This Sesame Street video shows a dance competition that is supposed to involve triangles, but the contestants are a little confused. Other shapes such as a hexagon and a square are introduced, in addition to the triangle.
Eat healthy in a healthy world: Activity book. Eating healthy is fun
Activity book of the series "Healthy Eating" which proposes activities for a healthy diet.
Small guide who explains what is the ecological aquaculture, how to identify it, how it is put into practice and how it is regulated.
ISS Update - June 6, 2012
The International Space Station video update for June 6, 2012.
History of Astrology
Most are familiar with Astrology in horoscopes found in newspapers and magazines. Basing their destiny on a particular month a person is born in. Following within one of the 12 zodiacal signs : Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagitarrius, Capricorn, Aquarius, Pisces. But unknown to most, Astrology is a complex art that develops an INDIVIDUAL horoscope based on the persons time of birth, city of birth and year of birth. Astrology Today tracks the various changes and evo
17.20 Introduction to the American Political Process (MIT)
This course provides students with an introduction to the basic institutions of American government, especially as established in the constitution, and with an introduction to currents of thought among social scientists about the workings of U.S. politics. This is a communication intensive course. As such you are required to write at least 20 pages - that's the C.I. requirement - and participate in class discussions.
Virtual Maths, Shapes Space and Measure, Surface of a semi cylinder template
Diagram and template for using a semi-cylinder to calculate area
University of Hawaii : College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Liberia clinics close for fear of Ebola. 21M.220 Early Music (MIT) 15.389 G-Lab: Global Entrepreneurship Lab (MIT) Vet's Uniform History of the British Empire
The website of the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources at the University of Hawaii at Manoa provides information on its range of traditional and tropical focused courses on food science, agriculture, human resources, pla
Many health centres in Liberia are closing, as medical personnel are refusing to come into work as they're afraid of being infected with Ebola. Sarah Toms reports. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and internatio
This class covers the history of Western music from antiquity until approximately 1680, about 2000 years worth of music. Rather than cover each topic at the same level of depth, we will focus on four topics in particular and glue them together with a broad overview of other topics. The four topics chosen for this term are (1) chant structure, performance, and development; (2) 14th century music of Italy and France; (3) Elizabethan London; and (4) Venice in the Baroque era. The class will also in
Entrepreneurship in the 21st century is evolving. Because of global changes in technology, communications, and capital markets, today's innovative startups are building successful companies in countries around the globe, in many instances with investors, vendors, customers, and employees located thousands of miles away. The challenges these leading-edge companies face, particularly in emerging markets, are some of the most sophisticated issues both for businesses and governments alike. These cha
Even well into the 20th century, the U.S. Army relied heavily on horses and mules to move equipment. But, surprisingly, veterinarians are a fairly recent addition to our military.
This is a lighthearted view of the spread of the British empire and the various lands that they claimed. It is five minute in length. A good overview, but very fast moving.
Liberia clinics close for fear of Ebola.
21M.220 Early Music (MIT)
15.389 G-Lab: Global Entrepreneurship Lab (MIT)
History of the British Empire