Adquisición por el alumno de conocimientos básicos de Electrónica (tanto teóricos como prácticos, orientados fundamentalmente a circuitos digitales) que permitan abordar el estudio de sistemas de lógica programada en cursos posteriores. Desarrollo teórico (5 cr.), complementado con problemas (2 cr.) y prácticas de laboratorio (2 cr.)
Respiratory System 2 from the course General Human Anatomy
General Human Anatomy - Fall 2006. The functional anatomy of the human body as revealed by gross and microscopic examination.
Pale Cool, Pale Warm
A series of still images of dancers performing a solo, duet, trio, and quartet are edited together to create the suggestion of movement. John Budde provided the concept and the photography and Elizabeth Keene provided the choreography. An ambient score by composer Julie Weber accompanies the piece. This work was broadcast as an episode of "'Dance for Camera' with 'District 1.''Dance for Camera' was the earliest series created by the Dance Workshop, which was coordinated at the time by Nancy Maso
This month with the President - Feb. 2011
This month, McMaster University President Patrick Deane reflects on the recent series of open discussion forums held on topics such as differentiation, internationalization and community and talks about upcoming sessions on other topics of importance to the McMaster community. Upcoming forums: Forum at the McMaster Downtown Centre - Feb. 28, 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m., Room 216 Forum on Teaching and Learning - March 10, 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., Gilmour Hall Room 111 Forum on Research - March 17, 2
JFK50 The Mission to Give Back — Giovanna Negretti
Giovanna Negretti, a native of Vieques, Puerto Rico, and Harvard Kennedy School alumna, talks about the influence the Kennedy legacy had on her.
SFU Outstanding Alumni Awards Gala 2010
Each year, SFU and the Alumni Association honour our most accomplished graduates with Outstanding Alumni Awards. Nominations are made by alumni, faculty, staff, students and SFU's many friends in the community. For more information, visit: http://www.sfu.ca/alumni/our_alumni/outstanding/
Alto School in Alto, Indiana
The small village of Alto in Howard County, founded in 1848, was home to this impressive brick school. Students and teachers are gathered for a formal photo with the school "hack" nearby. Pupil Anna M. McFarland recalled that the hack floor was very cold in the winter.,Howard County Journey,Alto School. I attended school here for my first two years. My teacher was Miss Carr. I rode in this school hack, benches up and down the sides. Horse blankets were carried as lap robes in cold weather. The f
Lecture 14, February 28
Marketing - MKTG 25010 Lectures - Lecture 14, February 28 - Kent State University > COLLEGES > College of Business Administration > COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION > Marketing > MKTG 25010 Lectures > Lecture 14, February 28
James Watt and the Steam Engine
This fifteen minute video is about Jame Watt and his life in the 1770s. It slowly shows how a steam engine works with good graphics. It also explains the expansion of the steam engine outside of water pumps and how a random act gave Watt an idea on how to make a more efficient steam engine. Good insights into how Watt felt. There is an advertisement in the middle of the video that should be skipped. A drawing of the steam engine would be of benefit. Of note is his use of horsepower as a measurem
Werkwoorden : Overzicht T.T. en V.T. Deze bordles geeft je een beknopt overzicht van het gebruik van de tegenwoordige en de verleden tijd.
Deze bordles geeft je een beknopt overzicht van het gebruik van de tegenwoordige en de verleden tijd.
There's No Such Thing as Homemade Ice Cream In the freezer section of the grocery store, there's Vanilla Bean, French Vanilla, and yet another vanilla flavor called Homemade Vanilla. Now, come on! I'm in the store here, looking at rows and rows of commercial products produced by a vast capitalistic machinery, a cornucopia of frozen goods made by advanced industrial technologies, made from goods and services that require a global division of labor
In the freezer section of the grocery store, there's Vanilla Bean, French Vanilla, and yet another vanilla flavor called Homemade Vanilla. Now, come on! I'm in the store here, looking at rows and rows of commercial products produced by a vast capitalistic machinery, a cornucopia of frozen goods made by advanced industrial technologies, made from goods and services that require a global division of labor
Lower Intermediate S3 #21 - You’d Better Listen To This Spanish Lesson!
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! Your older sibling is so bossy! Whenever you talk in Spanish, your sibling just starts harassing you, telling you that you’d better do this and that in Spanish…or else. Or else what? It’s not like you’re ten years old anymore and your sibling is going to tattle on you. But then [...]
Transition and expectations in Afghanistan
NATO General warns that too early an exit from Afghanistan could leave Afghan forces ill equipped to provide security. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Of Muses and Mises: A Prelude to Natural Philosophy Pop quiz: who did Murray Rothbard call "the first Greek economic thinker"? Aristotle, you say? Plato? Nope. To quote Rothbard himself: The honor of being the first Greek economic thinker goes to the poet Hesiod. Now, Hesiod was a farmer-turned-poet in a b
Pop quiz: who did Murray Rothbard call "the first Greek economic thinker"? Aristotle, you say? Plato? Nope. To quote Rothbard himself:
The honor of being the first Greek economic thinker goes to the poet Hesiod.
Now, Hesiod was a farmer-turned-poet in a b