China: Innovation in Ancient China
A short video about the inventions of ancient China many of which are still in use today.  Run time 02:37


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Literary Festival 2015: Thought Stories: philosophy for a young audience [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Luc Bovens, Anne Fine, Peter Worley | Literature is a successful medium to introduce philosophy to school children. Our panel features a children’s author whose books contain philosophical themes, a philosopher who has published extensively for the philosophy curriculum in schools, and a philosopher who is developing an ethics curriculum for schools based on short stories in world literature. Luc Bovens (@LucBovens) is Head of the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scien
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Oil Clean Up in Oceans
This is a segment of the Ocean Odyssey series that contains a Hands-on Activity in which students simulate an oil spill and try to clean it up in different ways. Produced specifically for students and is suitable for elementary and older students. 
(This is an Emmy award-winning series of instructional programs that introduces students in grades 3-5 to NASA and integrates mathematics, science, and technology through the use of Problem-Based Learning (PBL), scientific inquiry, and the sc

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Virtual Maths, Shapes Space and Measure, Calc Height of Building, Angle Tool
Interactive simulation demonstrating how to calculate the height of a building
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Meta sequencing in Ableton Live
Learn more about Loudon's Advanced Music Production with Ableton online course: http://bit.ly/1qz0UAW In this video, Berklee Asst. Professor and Berklee Online course author Loudon Stearns demonstrates "meta sequencing": how to turn a MIDI keyboard into a live groove tool using Ableton Live.
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21H.342 The Royal Family (MIT)
This course is an an exploration of British culture and politics, focusing on the changing role of the monarchy from the accession of the House of Hanover (later Windsor) in 1714 to the present. The dynasty has encountered a series of crises, in which the personal and the political have been inextricably combined: for example, George III's mental illness; the scandalous behavior of his son, George IV; Victoria's withdrawal from public life after the death of Prince Albert; the abdication of Edwa
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Transforming the Economic Lives of the Ultrapoor [Audio]
Speaker(s): Robin Burgess, Abhijit Banerjee, Dean Karlan and Mushtaque Chowdhury | Robin Burgess, Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and Abhijit Banerjee, Ford Foundation International Professor of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology led a discussion regarding Transforming the Economic Lives of the Ultrapoor. Chaired by Oriana Bandiera (LSE), Burgess and Banerjee were joined by two discussants: Dean Karlan (Yale University) and Mus
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S.O.S. collègue: luisteroefening, waar kan ik een telefoonnummer opzoeken?
Op het einde van deze les kun je een telefoonnummer opvragen bij een collega en doorzeggen aan iemand anders. via moderne communicatiemedia.
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U.S. budget talks collapse
June 23 - Summary of business headlines: Crude oil prices plunge as IEA opens reserves; U.S. budget talks collapse; Greece reaches austerity agreement; U.S. markets close mixed. Jill Bennett reports.
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Le commerce équitable - Sylvain Allemand

Une conférence de l'UTLS au Lycée

Le commerce équitable par Sylvain Allemand

Lycée privé de Marcq (59 Marcq en Baroeul)


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11.202 Planning Economics (MIT)
Planning Economics will apply microeconomic theory to issues that markets don't always handle well and so are not usually covered in a standard microeconomics course. Issues for this year include global warming, how you value a national park, the economics and politics of New York City development, how cities form and why people are willing to pay more to live in, say, the Boston Metro area, than they would pay to live in rural North Dakota, and how to evaluate costs and benefits that occur at
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ART 265-01, Pompeii: Toman Culture in Microcosm, Fall 2005
This course will examine the archaeological remains of the city of Pompeii and its environs, which were buried by the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 C.E. The preservation of this area allows for an unparalleled opportunity to explore how the ancient Romans really lived and, most importantly, how Roman art and architecture was experienced and understood by its contemporary viewers. Students will be evaluated on their understanding of course content as well as their ability to make close observati
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ART 231-01, History of Western Art I, Fall 2005
The objectives of the course are as follows: (1) to provide students with a comprehensive overview of major images, artists, and movements in Western art from Prehistory through the Middle Ages; (2) to integrate these images with the broader cultural history of the period; and (3) to develop visual and analytical skills appropriate to further study in Art History. This course is the first half of a year-long survey of Western Art and students are encouraged to continue with Art 232. Students are
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ART 105-01, Beginning Painting, Fall 2005
This class is an opportunity to explore the possibilities of paint. You can expect to be immersed in certain fundamentals of material and technique including application, color, texture, scale and composition. But mostly you will be encouraged to experiment and have accidents. As Bacon implied, happy accidents can be a great source of strength and a catalyst for evolution in painting. You will find that the best way to create these conditions is to paint a lot. Here’s your opportunity to learn
Author(s): Harmon, Erin

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ART 101-02, Drawing, Fall 2005
The class will provide the student with a working knowledge of traditional drawing materials and approaches. Additionally the instructor will use a variety of open-ended projects to expand the students’ drawing ability (vocabulary) and their ability to solve problems. Hopefully, through the class the student can understand better the role drawing can play in their life.,This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.
Author(s): Dobbins, Hamlett

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ART 305-01, Intermediate & Advanced Painting, Fall 2005
This class is an opportunity to customize your influences. It’s a chance to ilk out paths and options but also to experiment with making a body of work that stands on your own ideas (an experiment that helps you step outside of your boundaries is the most valuable one.) You’ll have many opportunities for such experiments this semester. I want to see you take risks and dare to make substantive changes in both paintings in progress and in your attitudes, ideas and explorations surrounding the
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ART 323-01, Italian Renaissance Art, Fall 2005
Students will be introduced to the major artists, movements, and critical issues in Italian Renaissance Art. We will investigate the techniques, styles, contexts, imagery and the ways in which art was produced, displayed, and critically received. Other topics covered will include the role of the artist and patron in Renaissance Italy. Students will be exposed to current debates, controversies, and methodologies pertinent to art historical study. An important component of the course involves crit
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ART 318-01, Greek Art and Architecture, Fall 2005
This course will survey the main periods and works of Greek art and architecture, employing a variety of interpretative strategies to the works. The goal of this study is to gain a better understanding of what motivated Greek artistic production and how the ancient Greeks interpreted and used those works.,This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.
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