Climate Change 2010: Where do we go from here?
Over the past few months, the climate change challenge has taken some odd twists and turns. The COP15 meeting in Copenhagen was widely condemned in the press as a failure; the Australian Government has been unable to get its emission trading scheme through the Senate; Europe and North America have been hit by cold and snowy winters; and there has been a surge in public attacks on the veracity of climate change science. What is going on? This talk focuses on the post-Copenhagen climate - both phy
Lluvia de Albóndigas - clip corto
Esta película de animación de Sony está basada en un cuento popular. Se puede mostrar a estudiantes en una clase de español o a estudiantes que han leído el libro. (1:56)
SMU Homecoming 2012
Homecoming 2012 at SMU was a weekend packed with activities, including a parade, the Distinguished Alumni awards, Pigskin Revue and the Mustangs' 44-13 victory over the University of Memphis in football. Alumnus Blake Mycoskie ('99), founder of TOMS Shoes, was Homecoming Parade Grand Marshal. See more at http://www.smu.edu/News/2012/homecoming2012-slide-shows
Reuters Today: Markets fear split U.S. election verdict
Nov. 6 - Markets would be happy to see Republicans take the White House and Congress if it cleared the way for decisive action on the fiscal cliff, says Berenberg Bank's Christian Schulz.
On China's airwaves: 50 shades of red
Nov. 6 - China's state TV stations ramp up broadcasts of revolutionary-themed dramas on the cusp of a leadership change, but young Chinese prefer The Vampire Diaries. Jane Lanhee Lee reports.
Can France keep AAA status? Challenges are mounting - Fitch
Nov. 6 - France faces increasing economic and budgetary challenges, which pose growing risks to its credit AAA-rating. And Spain's deepening recession threatens its investment grade status, says Fitch.
Breakingviews: Your money or your job
Nov. 6 - Reversing pay increases at investment banks won't be easy, but might be possible if the alternative is job cuts, says Breakingviews.
Market Pulse: Never mind the vote, buy dollars
Nov. 6 - Whether the US election is good or bad for the economy, buy dollars says Reuters FX analyst Neal Kimberley.
This is a quick activity that shows how large amounts of rock and sediment are added to the edge of continents during subduction. You may ask, how can such a huge phenomenon be demonstrated quickly and cheaply? The answer is simple: with a cookie!
The Four-Square Quilt
In this activity, learners arrange triangles together to make patterns to create paper quilts. Learners experiment arranging the triangles in different ways to make various designs. Use this activity to illustrate how triangles can be combined to make other shapes, reflection, and the different types of triangles (isosceles, right, equilateral, scalene). This resource includes the quilt templates and shapes.
Complementos1 Welcome - Cultural Landscapes: Preservation Challenges in the 21st Century - Oct 12 Una's Lecture: A Conversation with Vikram Seth Week 11 Cursive Animation The Rainbow Fish by: Marcus Pfister The Wise Leader Nieuwe cursus gepubliceerd: Programmeren in C Lesson 01 - One Minute Luxembourgish Science and the Question of Miracles
Archer St. Clair welcomes attendees to Rutgers CHAPS' fall conference, Cultural Landscapes: Preservation Challenges in the 21st Century. For more information visit chaps.rutgers.edu The conference took place from Oct 12, 2012 to Oct 14, 2012 at Voorhees Hall on the College Avenue Campus at Rutgers University. These videos were produced by the Office of Instructional & Research Technology's OIRT Video Services. oirt.rutgers.edu
Vikram Seth participated in this discussion as the 2012-2013 Una's Lecturer at the Townsend Center for the Humanities, UC Berkeley. Seth is a poet, novelist, travel writer, librettist, children's writer, and memoirist. His acclaimed first novel, "The Golden Gate," is written entirely in Onegin stanzas after the style of Alexander Pushkin's Eugene Onegin. His 1474-page novel "A Suitable Boy," an epic of Indian life set in the 1950s, won both the WH Smith Literary Award and the Commonwealth Writer
Week 11 Cursive Animation
Week 11 Cursive Animation
Ms Kathy reads a story about a beautiful fish who learns to make friends by sharing his most prized possessions - his shimmering scales. (6mins)
Smart leaders steer their organisations to victory, but wise leaders are needed to keep them on top in a dynamic world.
Programmeren in C is een cursus uit het bachelor programma Electrical Engineering In dit vak leert de student programmeren in een procedurele programmeertaal en wel in C. Aan de orde komen onder meer: fundamentele programmeerconstructies (datatypen, toekennings-, keuze-, en herhalingsopdrachten), procedurele abstractie (methoden en parameters) en data-abstractie (arrays, structures). Verder wordt behandeld: het gebruik van [...]
In lesson 01 of One Minute Luxembourgish you will learn how to say 'hello' and 'goodbye' in Luxembourgish. Remember - even a few phrases of a language can help you make friends and enjoy travel more. Find out more about One Minute Languages at our website - http://www.oneminutelanguages.com. One Minute Luxembourgish is brought to you by the Radio Lingua Network and is ©Copyright 2008.Author(s):
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Welcome - Cultural Landscapes: Preservation Challenges in the 21st Century - Oct 12
Una's Lecture: A Conversation with Vikram Seth
Week 11 Cursive Animation The Rainbow Fish by: Marcus Pfister The Wise Leader Nieuwe cursus gepubliceerd: Programmeren in C Lesson 01 - One Minute Luxembourgish Science and the Question of Miracles
The Rainbow Fish by: Marcus Pfister
The Wise Leader
Nieuwe cursus gepubliceerd: Programmeren in C
Lesson 01 - One Minute Luxembourgish
Science and the Question of Miracles