Glass Half Full - Illinois SBDC
Do you see the glass as half full or half empty? Entrepreneurs frequently have an optimistic outlook on their new business. But business success requires more than optimism.
Promethean Tips - Flipchart Pages
07.07.2012 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten
Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Samstag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei. *** Die USA haben Afghanistan zu einem "wichtigen Nicht-NATO-Verbündeten" erklärt. US-Außenministerin Hillary Clinton sagte bei einem unangekündigten Besuch in Kabul, Afghanistan genieße damit Privilegien in der künftigen Zusammenarbeit mit den USA. In Washington veröffentlichte das Weiße Haus das entsprechende Dekret von US-Präsident Barack Oba
Right Here I See My Own Books: The Woman's Building Library at the World's Columbian Exposition
On May 1, 1893, the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago opened its gates to an expectant public eager to experience firsthand its architectural beauty, technological marvels and vast array of cultural treasures gathered from all over the world. Among the most popular of the fair's attractions was the Woman's Building, a monumental exhibit hall filled with the products of women's labor, including more than 8,000 volumes of writing, by women and collected by women -- the first important librar
From Sydney With Love - Mystery Cameo
Guess who has a cameo in an upcoming Bollywood film?
MetroFoodPlus Innovation Cluster
Rick Foster, professor of Community, Agriculture, Recreation, and Resource Studies, discusses the MetroFoodPlus Innovation Cluster project.
The Exchange: IP-Overhaul
Rob Cox and Business Insider's Henry Blodget discuss how rules in the underwriting process disadvantage investors in IPOs.
The Water Cycle
Lee Hotz: Inside an Arctic Time Machine
Science columnist Lee Hotz describes a remarkable project at WAIS
Divide, Antarctica, where a hardy team are drilling into
ten-thousand-year-old ice to extract vital data on our changing climate.
Robert Lee Hotz is the science columnist for the Wall Street Journal,
where he writes about cutting-edge research on climate change,
cosmology, molecular medicine, the human brain and much more . He has traveled three times to the South Pole. (09:46)
La vida en Tenochtitlan (1) - en español
De la ciudad de Tenochtitlan sabemos que era un centro urbano que estaba asentada en una isla. No vivían los campesinos en la ciudad de Tenochtitlan sino vivían los funcionarios principalmente, la nobleza. Entonces era un centro urbano con sus calles bien delimitadas, su alumbrado, y la prohibición de circular en las noches. 1:45
Sesame Street: Celebrity Lullabies With Ricky Gervais (The Letter N)
Ricky Gervais sings Elmo a lullaby to help him sleep. The song is about the letter "N". The "N" word is shown on screen. The song gets too loud when the N sound is sung. This is a fun resource to review the letter "N" to the early childhood classroom. (3:04)
PerfView Tutorial 1 Collecting data with the Run command This is the first of a series of video tutorials on how to use the PerfView profiling tool to gather data for a CPU performance data on a simple .NET program. It is best to watch the video using one of the high quality links on the right so the text is readable. See the next tutoral for how to analyze this data. The PerfView tool is a free Windows perform
This is the first of a series of video tutorials on how to use the PerfView profiling tool to gather data for a CPU performance data on a simple .NET program. It is best to watch the video using one of the high quality links on the right so the text is readable. See the next tutoral for how to analyze this data.
The PerfView tool is a free Windows perform
How is sound created, and how do animals hear? This video segment explores the nighttime worlds of the desert fox and the barn owl, whose heightened sense of hearing allows them to travel and find food while most other animals lie low and wait for daylight. Footage from NOVA: "Mystery of the Senses: Hearing." (1:40)
Abandon the Alliance? How China’s rise will shape Australia’s future
Professor Hugh White's recent Quarterly Essay, Power Shift: Australia's future between Washington and Beijing looks at Australia's strategic choices in the Asian Century. In this lecture professor white explores the implications for Australia's US alliance. He argues that we can all see how China's rise will transform Australia's economy, but we find it harder to recognize the implications for Australia's political and strategic future. We take for granted the protection that America provid
Careers support for International Students at The University of Nottingham [Subtitled]
The Careers and Employability Service and International Office explain the support available to international students thinking about their future career and an overseas student talks about her experience of using the Careers and Employability Service.
P.W. Zuidhof presents "Liberal Standing of Economics Textbooks"
P.W. Zuidhof, University of Amsterdam, presents "Liberal Standing of Economics Textbooks" at the 13th Annual Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought conference at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies. July 2, 2012
Enchanted learning : Little explorers Op dit onderdeel van Enchanted Learning vind je een Engels - Nederlands Pictionary Dictionary met links. Telkens als je op een bepaalde letter klikt, zie je woorden die zo beginnen …
Op dit onderdeel van Enchanted Learning vind je een Engels - Nederlands Pictionary Dictionary met links. Telkens als je op een bepaalde letter klikt, zie je woorden die zo beginnen …
Andrew Bridges' Valedictory Seminar, 16 May 2011
On 16 May, the Centre for Criminology hosted Mr Andrew Bridges' valedictory lecture on the occasion of his retirement as Chief Inspector of Probation. The lecture was attended by academics, probation practitioners and managers, officials from the Ministry of Justice and National Offender Management Service and heads of youth offending teams. Andrew Bridges paid tribute to all those who have done excellent work with offenders and done a difficult job well. Against a backdrop of an often polarise
Susan Hockfield Inauguration (May 6, 2005)
On May 6, 2005, Dr. Susan Hockfield was inaugurated as the 16th president of MIT. Hockfield, the first woman and the first life scientist to lead MIT, committed the Institute to sustaining its commitment to intellectual openness, as well as to increasing the numbers of women and underrepresented minorities in academia. During the ceremony, she also announced a new initiative on energy and the environment. Established in September, 2006, the MIT Energy Initiati
4.7 Rectangular hyperbola (e = √2)
Attempts to answer problems in areas as diverse as science, technology and economics involve solving simultaneous linear equations. In this unit we look at some of the equations that represent points, lines and planes in mathematics. We explore concepts such as Euclidean space, vectors, dot products and conics.