The Integrity of American Elections
On the eve of the 2006 U.S. elections, Professor Mayer, this year’s holder of the Fulbright-ANU Distinguished Professorship in Political Science, reviews the state of the electoral process in America asking how effective the process of running elections in the United States is and how it compares to the management of elections in Australia. In light of the problems in Florida during the presidential election of 2000 and the subsequent passage of the Help America Vote Ac
U Opera performs Elmer Gantry
In "Elmer Gantry," University student singers have mastered some of the most difficult—and rewarding—roles in the repertory, as they will demonstrate Nov. 18--21 in Ted Mann Hall.
Celebrating a Saint
Saint Andre Bessette was canonized in Rome on October 17, 2010. Saint André is the first member of the Congregation of Holy Cross, Notre Dame's founding religious order, to be proclaimed a saint. http://newsinfo.nd.edu/news/17149/
Getting Lost in Buildings
Most everyone has experienced getting lost in a building -- hospitals, museums, libraries and shopping malls top the list of structures that leave us turned around and wondering where to go next. University of Notre Dame Psychology Professor Laura Carlson researches why people get lost in buildings. http://newsinfo.nd.edu/news/17446/
China's Ascent: New Superpower or New Global System? Session 9
Professor Peter Robertson, Business School, University of Western Australia presents "China's Economic Transformation and Implications for World Political Economy". 45th Otago Foreign Policy School - Salmond Hall, Dunedin, New Zealand. Friday 25 June to Sunday 25 June 2010.
Electronic commerce in construction-trends and prospects
There is growing interest in the conduct of business transactions by electronic means through the Internet and/or dedicated networks; this is often referred to as electronic commerce. This paper reviews developments in electronic commerce, with a particular focus on its applicability and uptake within the construction industry. Electronic commerce business models are reviewed and the enablers and barriers to their uptake in the construction sector presented. The paper concludes with future trend
6.01 Introduction to Electrical Engineering and Computer Science I (MIT)
6.01 explores fundamental ideas in electrical engineering and computer science, in the context of working with mobile robots. Key engineering principles, such as abstraction and modularity, are applied in the design of computer programs, electronic circuits, discrete-time controllers, and noisy and/or uncertain systems.
Anti-Capitalism: ideas, objectives and methods of the new social movements: course materials
Link to course materials for an economics module in "Anti-Capitalism: ideas, objectives and methods of the new social movements" by Don Milligan of Manchester Metropolitan University.
How to fill in application forms
Tips and advice on how to fill in graduate level job application forms.
EU Competitiveness (2)
Lecture slides from a 3rd year course on the European Economy taught by Liliana Hiris of Robert Gordon University Aberdeen.
PESTEL analysis considers political, economic, sociological, technological, environmental and legal factors on business
Elon dedicates Chandler Family Professional Sales Center
The center on the first floor of the Koury Business Center named for one of Elon's most devoted families is the centerpiece of a sales program that school leaders cite for helping to elevate the university's national reputation.
Enhancing Physics Knowledge for Teaching – Quantum Physics
In this session we will look at the ideas present in quantum physics.
Attributes and Scopes
Video lecture from a series on Internet Applications delivered by Graham Mansfield. Running time approximately 34 minutes.
Virtual Maths - 2D Shapes diagrams and formula
Diagram of 2D shapes, including formulas
Core Physics PBL – Automated Searches for Leaking Water Pipes in the Desert.
‘Automated Searches for Leaking Water Pipes in the Desert’ is a 2nd year PBL project, undertaken by students organised into small groups working as a team. Students will have a preliminary computer simulated laboratory session, then two experimental laboratory sessions accompanied by two facilitated group meeting. There will be two additional unsupervised group meetings for tying up loose ends and for preparation of conference presentations and reports. Teams will work in pairs, with each
Introduction to the engCETL key skills resources
The engCETL Key Skills resources, to which this is the introductory document, contains material for five distinct workshops: * Working in Groups – 90 - 120 minutes * Technical Report Writing - 90 minutes * Oral Presentations – 90 - 120 minutes * Sourcing Material and Writing a Literature Review – 90 - 120 minutes * Preparing for Placement – 120 - 150 minutes This open educational resource was released through the Higher Education Academy Engineering Subject Centre Open Engineer
Definitions of Copyright: What Do They Know?
In this lesson, students will begin to explore the often-perplexing world of copyrights by defining the essential elements of U.S. copyright law. Beginning with the Copy Quiz game and a free-form class discussion, students will tease out collective and individual ideas about the rights of creators and users. Then students will be asked to reflect on their experiences making and using creative works online and write down the questions that they want answered by the end of the unit.
Essential Science for Teachers: Physical Science
In-depth interviews with children that uncover their ideas about the topic at hand.,The interviewer probes for the student's ideas about what would happen to the weight when a substance is dissolved. He asks the student to make a prediction and they test it using a balance scale. The segment shows that the student does not see conservation as a general principle that applies to all substances.
You could use templates to begin the process of reflection. Here is a template based on learning outcomes that you can modify for your own use. Add your own learning outcomes and appropriate questions