Episode 62: Please Explain: Islamic Banking
Prof Abdullah Saeed explains the concepts, history and modern-day practice of banking and finance according to Islamic law. With host Jacky Angus.
Julian Birkinshaw GLS 2010 interview
Julian Birkinshaw Professor of Strategic and International Management and Deputy Dean of Programmes, London Business School, on what we can learn from emerging markets
GLS 2010 panel highlights 3: The future of work
Lynda Gratton, Warren East, Andy Green, Jasmine Whitbread and Rakesh Bhasin discuss the five key factors that will influence the way we work - technology, demographics, social trends, carbon and globalisation
Particle Technology- Centrifugal Separation
The seventh lecture in the module Particle Technology, delivered to second year students who have already studied basic fluid mechanics. Centrifugal Separation covers both sedimenting and filtering centrifuges as well as hydrocyclones. Adaptation of the gravity settling and conventional filtration models, to account for the conceptual centrifugal acceleration,
NeuroLogic Exam: Welcome
Introduces NeuroLogic Exam, a neuroscience tutorial that explores the relationship between neuroanatomy and the neurologic examination. The first principle of neurologic diagnosis is regional or anatomical localization. In order to become skillful the student must understand how structure relates to function of the nervous system. The neurologic examination permits "dissection" of the nervous system and localizes the disease when present. Instead of simply memorizing the components of the exam,
First Grade by First Graders
This teacher gave her students a video camera and asked them to talk about what they thought was most important in their classroom. Cute idea and good way to see what the kids really think about their class and how it works. (12:51)
Ruthba - 60 Second Impressions, GEEMA Summer School
Each year we organise a number of free one-day events and summer schools aimed at encouraging Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic students to apply to the University of Cambridge.
The GEEMA Summer Schools offer a taste of university life and the wide variety of courses available to study at Cambridge, including lectures, practical work and social activities.
In this 1 minute film, Ruthba, a student who participated in last year's GEEMA Summer School, explains what it's like to try out Cambridge c
Episode 36: Marketing Luxury Brands
Assoc Prof Mark Ritson of the Melbourne Business School talks to Up Close host Amanda Tattam about the changing nature of the global luxury goods market. Amanda also speaks to Andrew Wu, head of luxury giant LVMH's China operations, about selling luxury in Asia.
Episode 53: Growing Spiritual Prosperity
Philoposopher and author Assoc Prof John Armstrong talks with host Jacky Angus about the importance and challenge of pursuing "spiritual prosperity" against a backdrop of overwhelming material expectations.
Episode 114: Growing bodily tissues: An engineering perspective
Biomolecular engineer Associate Professor Andrea O'Connor discusses the engineering behind growing tissues and organs. With science host Dr Shane Huntington.
Repudiation Is an Option
After much thought on this topic, I have decided that the best way to deal with the more than $14.3 trillion national debt is through partial repudiation. Why? It is not an easy story to tell without some context, but I will try my best to be clear.
Each year after my daughter's birthday in May, the family heads to the beach for a week of sun and sand. Of course one of t
Numbers and Number Words For Kid's - 1-100
This is video that teaches numbers and number words. The number is shown along with animated horses and the number word. The number and the number word voice narrated. It counts up to 10 and then ski counts by 10's to 100.
Cameron defends integrity in emergency debate
July 20 - Under pressure to apologize, British PM David Cameron said Andy Coulson had denied knowing of phone-hacking by the News of the World. But should Coulson turn out to have lied, the prime minister said he would then offer a profound apology. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
The Cite is Right: The Quiz Show (Part 3 of 3)
Developed by the Paul Robeson Library at Rutgers University. This video is an educational parody of a classic 50's game show teaching students how to avoid plagiarism this is part 3 of 3 of the series. The quiz is really Part 4, even though it is not labeled as such. (02:03)