Aldrin's Favorite Moment on the Moon
In this Tech Effect video, brought to you by the History Channel, Buzz Aldrin talks about his favorite moment from the Apollo 11 moon landing. His favorite moment is right after they landed before any pictures were taken. (0:59)
Distance Education: OERs and Social Inclusion
This special issue explores open educational resources (OER) and the ways in which they can be used to support social inclusion, one of the key challenges that needs to be addressed in today's technologically rich digital environment. OER research is now moving beyond the creation of OER repositories to consideration of how they can be used effectively. Articles in this freely accessible journal address OER in higher education, the role of national and institutional policy with respect to wideni
Euro Crisis Watch: Spain has time to wait on EU aid
Aug. 6 - Spain's Economy minister says Madrid has time to wait for clarity on what a full bailout would require. Laurence Mutkin of Morgan Stanley joins Reuters to discuss the latest on the debt crisis.
Exciton and Carriers in Semiconductor Nanocrystals
By: icamp2012school Matthew Beard, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
The Physics of Sustainability
By: icamp2012school Public lecture by Peter Littlewood, Argonne National Laboratory and University of Chicago
Listening, Speaking, and Pronunciation, Fall 2004
A seven-week module for high intermediate ESL students who need to develop better listening comprehension and oral skills. The workshop involves short speaking and listening assignments with extensive exercises in accurate comprehension, pronunciation, stress and intonation, and expression of ideas.
CO 1069-377-5 The National Archives UK posted a photo: Description: New textile factory - Jamaica. Looking down on the almost completed textile mill. It has been designed to allow a rapid expansion if the deman
The National Archives UK posted a photo:
Description: New textile factory - Jamaica. Looking down on the almost completed textile mill. It has been designed to allow a rapid expansion if the deman
Master Class by Stephen Quake - 6-22-12 9:00am - 10:00am
9:00am - 10:00am
Trials of the Trail: African-American Cowboy Will Crittendon
The cowboy of Western mythology rode the range during the heyday of the long cattle drives in the l860s and 1870s. Despite the individualism emphasized in myth, most cowhands were employees of Eastern and European capitalists who raised cattle as a corporate enterprise to serve a growing appetite for beef in the U.S. Cowboys were overworked hired hands who rode in freezing wind and rain or roasted in the Texas sun; searched for lost cattle; mended fences; ate monotonous and bad food; and suffere
Regional Night: India
Thunderbird School of Global Management students perform July 14, 2012. http://www.thunderbird.edu
Kate Keeler on iMedia
Kate Keeler '12 explains the personal and professional growth she found in Elon's iMedia program and the reasons she would do it all again.