Faith in Our Future
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Marin Alsop & Cal Performances Director Matias Tarnopolsky
Marin Alsop, conductor of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, talks with Cal Performances Director Matias Tarnopolsky about the programs she will be conducting when the Orchestra comes to Berkeley March 30 & 31, 2012.
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Biopatología de la Discapacidad (2011)
Partiendo de las funciones que el Pedagogo desempeña dentro del contexto de la sociedad y centrándonos en actuaciones de tipo analítico, planificador y evaluativo, esta asignatura se organiza en torno a contenidos que capaciten, al futuro profesional, para desarrollar una intervención educativa y social, investigadora y preventiva de la realidad socioeducativa de las personas con discapacidad. El estudio de esta asignatura ayudará al pedagogo en la detección de problemas y necesidades que
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Lis and Bruce Welch
For two decades, Lis and Bruce Welch have been generous supporters of SFU students and programs. Through a planned bequest of insurance, they will one day establish the Bruce and Lis Welch Community Award at Centre for Dialogue.
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Battle of the Little Bighorn - Part 3
This is an exceptional video that shows how scientists try to understand what happened at the battle. Sure to hold the students' interest as it shows how the cartridge-casing information in hand, experts were able to place the location of the men, and their weapons, as the Battle of the Little Bighorn. The 9:30 video also shows how they learned that the  federal soldiers were very young - ages 16 and 17 - and immigrants from Western Europe.  Their teeth and bones tell us something abou
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L'Aventure des hommes de la préhistoire

Origines de l'homme

auteurs : Jean CHAVAILLON, Yves COPPENS, Henry de LUMLEY

Un important congrès réunissant plus de 3 000 spécialistes venus de 88 pays s'est tenu en 1976, à Nice, pour faire le point des connaissances sur les origines de l'homme. Sept spécialistes interviewés expliquent cette évolution depuis 70 millions d'années (depuis l'ère tertiaire et à partir des ancêtres des primates) jusqu'à 6 millions d'années avec le grand tournant des aust
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Inflation Targeting Hits the Wall

The financial-market crisis is not over but has grown into a vicious sovereign-debt crisis. Nevertheless, monetary policy makers of the major economies go on to practice the same sort of policy that has led to the crisis. Following the model of inflation targeting, they continue to disregard the quantity of money and the amount and kind of credit creation. As they did before, central banker
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Wiskundige Structuren
In dit college worden structuren uit de wiskunde behandeld, zoals natuurlijke getallen en inductie, reële getallen en volledigheid, functies en continuïteit, convergentie van getallenrijen, functierijen en getallenreeksen. Het doel hiervan is niet zozeer het leren van rekenvaardigheden in de analyse, maar meer het begrijpen van de theorie daarachter, in het bijzonder het leren omgaan met definities, stellingen en bewijzen. Hiermee wordt een stevig fundament gelegd voor verdere studie in de wis
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Lubricants
The first Web site related to lubrication is presented by SynLube.com and its relevant page is entitled Basics: What You Need to Know About Lubrication (1). Visitors can learn why lubrication is so important to mechanical devices, why oil needs to be changed in your car, what synthetic oils can do, and more. Although the site is for a manufacturer of synthetic oil, there is a good amount of interesting physical science information. The second site provides an educational resource activity by The
Author(s): Brieske, Joel A.

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DNA from the Beginning: An Animated Primer on the Basics of DNA, Genes and Hereditary
Maintained by the Cold Spring Harbor Research Laboratory and the Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, this animated DNA primer (last mentioned in the February 19, 1999 Scout Report) now has three major sections -- Classical Genetics, Molecular Genetics, and Genetic Organization and Control. Each section covers several concepts by description and in animation, along with interviews and biographies of scientists, a quiz to test your understanding, and related Web links. This is a well-organized site with
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Kids and Computers
This website was developed by a father and his two daughters as they explored computer programming for kids using the Microworlds Project Builder, which seemed to provide the most engaging learning environment for the children. The curriculum that this father followed with his daughters began with using point-and-click drawing tools and advanced into programming movement, providing his 4-year-old daughter with an introduction to animation. The website takes the reader through a story about how t
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Coalbed Methane
The US Department of Interior Web site offers a hot topics section that currently includes information about coalbed methane. The links include a fact sheet entitled "Coalbed Methane--An Untapped Energy Resource and an Environmental Concern." A documents link takes visitors to a page maintained by Wyoming's Bureau of Land Management that contains several reports related to the topic, including information about Atlantic Rim Coalbed Methane Projects and Coalbed Methane and Water Monitor Well Data
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University of St. Louis: Lunar Meteorites
From the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis comes this very informational site about meteors. The opening page of the site would serve a novice meteorite researcher in her or his discovery about these rocks from outside of the earth -- including information on how meteorites are named, where they come from, why they are important, etc. The site explains the difference between meteorites and meteoroids. Also of note is the List of Lunar Meteorites whi
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Basic Liquid Chromatography
The online textbook, Basic Liquid Chromatography, is provided by Dr. Yuri Kazakevich and Dr. Harold McNair of Seton Hall University. For those needing review or an introduction to the subject, the well designed and easily read document contains a wealth of information. Sections include an introduction, instrumentation, detectors, theory, adsorbents, reversed phase, gel permeation chromatography, column selection, pH effect, and even an online short course.
Author(s): McNair, Harold Monroe, 1933-.,Kazakevich, Yuri.

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Design a Solar City
Students design and build a model city powered by the sun! They learn about the benefits of solar power, and how architectural and building engineers integrate photovoltaic panels into the design of buildings.
Author(s): Integrated Teaching and Learning Program,

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Intro to Engineering
Students are introduced to the basic principles behind engineering and the types of engineering while learning about a popular topic - the Olympics. The involvement of engineering in modern sports is amazing and pervasive. Students learn about the techniques of engineering problem solving, including brainstorming and the engineering design process. The importance of thinking out of the box is stressed through a discussion of the engineering required to build grand, often complex, Olympic event c
Author(s): Integrated Teaching and Learning Program and Labor

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Can You Catch the Water?
Students construct a three-dimensional model of a water catchment basin using everyday objects to create hills, mountains, valleys and water sources. They experiment to see where rain travels and collects, and survey water pathways to see how they can be altered by natural and human-made activities. Students discuss how engineers design structures that impact water collection, and systems that clean and distribute water.
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ISS Update: Happy 68th Birthday Smokey Bear -- 08.09.12
ISS Update commentator Amiko Kauderer interviews Jeffrey Miller from the U.S. Forest Service inside Mission Control Center. It is the 68th birthday of Smokey Bear who has been promoting fire safety and prevention through the message, "Only You Can Prevent Wildfires." Questions? Ask us on Twitter @NASA_Johnson and include the hashtag #askStation.
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LabVIEW Graphical Programming
Serhat Beyenir
Introduction to LabVIEW
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My Prison Journal - Volume 1
This is a free textbook that is offered by Amazon for reading on a Kindle. Anybody can read Kindle books—even without a Kindle device—with the free Kindle app for smartphones and tablets. Download the app for your device and start reading for free.'This is a true story. John Smith (an alias) robbed a bank and was sent to prison for 10 years. This journal represents his prison experiences along with his innermost, personal thoughts. Reading books is Smiths’ only escape from reality. He cl
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