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Web applications increasingly integrate third-party services. The integration introduces new security challenges due to the complexity for an application to coordinate its internal states with those of the component services and the web client across the Internet. In this paper, we study the security implications of this problem to merchant websites that accept payments through third-party cashiers (e.g., PayPal, Amazon Payments and Google Checkout), which we refer to as Cashier-as-a-Serv
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The Games Technologies for Learning report explores the ways in which games technologies can be used to enhance teaching and learning, and provides advice for schools and colleges wishing to introduce...
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This ten minute video is an animation of a "game show" called "Digestion Questions." The characters are cliche'd and over-exaggerated high school students (the cheerleader, the slacker, and the nerd), and the purpose is comedy-learning. I recommend you consider muting the sound and stop the video after each question and ask the students to answer before the character provides it. The voices of the characters could be distracting.
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School might be out for the summer, but things are still happening at the U of M! In "This Week @Minnesota" for the week of May 16-20, we look at two on-campus events for K-12 students in Minnesota - "Energy and U" and "World Languages Day." We also hear highlights from the Carlson School commencement address, given by one of Twitter's original investors, Chris Sacca. Connect with us on Twitter @UMNews and let us know what you'd like to see next week on This Week!
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2.3 Why we value play

Play is notoriously difficult to define, but this in itself is not problematic. What is important is that practitioners, parents and children within a setting share their ideas about what constitutes play and that we, as adults, are clear about why we value play. In order to do this, you need to take a step back and think about what you think play does and, from there, consider why it is valuable.

In Activity 2 you though
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Sarah Nuttal, Research Professor, Department of English, University of Stellenbosch, gives the first 2011 African Studies Annual Lecture on 26th May 2011.
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This course provides a deep understanding of engineering systems at a level intended for research on complex engineering systems. It provides a review and extension of what is known about system architecture and complexity from a theoretical point of view while examining the origins of and recent developments in the field. The class considers how and where the theory has been applied, and uses key analytical methods proposed. Students examine the level of observational (qualitative and quantitat
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5.6 A few final thoughts

You will have seen from this section that it is difficult to talk about the heart without also talking about blood and veins and arteries. It is hard to isolate one body system or one body part and describe it by itself, without talking about other parts of the body as well. One of the important points that we would like you to remember about the biology of the human body is that everything is interlinked. An athlete hoping to maximise their performance in a sport has to work on all pa
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Action of drugs that target enzymes
To describe how enzymes function and how drug inhibitors block this action.
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This five minute video provides viewers with images prainted by  Albert Bierstadt, a painter best known for his large landscapes of the American West. He was the first artist to record these sites, Bierstadt was the foremost painter of these scenes for the remainder of the 19th century. There isn't any narration in this video, just images of the paintings so the teacher needs to provide insights as to the subject and painter's history.
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