This is a course regarding basic communication theory including signals and their systems, modulation, demodulation, pulse modulation, and digital communications.
2.Valuing our teaching
In this video our academics reflect on the high standard of teaching on offer at Nottingham, and how important it is to them.
President Petter - How the gift will benefit the community
Ryan and Keith Beedie have donated $22 million to Ryan's alma mater—SFU Business, which will now be named the Beedie School of Business. This is the largest gift that Simon Fraser University has ever received. SFU will use the gift to create an endowment supporting students, professorships and research chairs. More info at: http://at.sfu.ca/mhYPBl
Rediscovering Jewish Heritage (Jonathan Kaufman)
Host Marcia Alvar speaks with Jonathan Kaufman, author of "A Hole in the Heart of the World: Being Jewish in Eastern Europe." The book follows the lives of several generations of Jews from Eastern Europe, all of whom find a renewed faith and pride as they uncover their heritage, buried first by the Nazis and later by the Communists.
Black History Month; Part 1 of 2
NYIT Roundtable host Shaun Hall speaks with actor/comedian Chuck Nice about Black History Month. New York Institute of Technology (NYIT). Part 1 of 2
Black History Month; Part 2 of 2
NYIT Roundtable host Shaun Hall speaks with actor/comedian Chuck Nice about Black History Month. New York Institute of Technology (NYIT). Part 2 of 2
It's Your Time - Shenango - Reach Your Goals
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2011 Armstrong Baseball Team Intro
Get to know your 2011 Armstrong Baseball Team in this intro.
2011 Armstrong Women's Tennis Team Hobbies
The 2011 Armstrong Women's Tennis Team players share their hobbies.
Real-life experiences in Valpo's geography program
Located in Valparaiso, Indiana near the southern tip of Lake Michigan, Valpo's geography department is home to the interrelated disciplines of Geography, Meteorology, and Geoscience. We are also home to Geology, American Indian Studies, and participate in the Urban Studies program. Our students receive rigorous instruction in the classroom, participate in exciting student organizations, and gain hands-on experience through field experiences and internships. Students might find themselves chasing
Enbridge Oil Spill Presentation
National Weather Service meteorologists talk about support and services to the Enbridge oil spill that occurred on the Kalamazoo River in Marshall, MI this past summer.
1964 Johnson Campaign Ad
The most famous of all presidential campaign ads, Lyndon Johnson’s “Peace Little Girl (Daisy)” is based on the simple but stunning juxtaposition of a little girl picking petals off a flower with a countdown to a nuclear explosion. This was also the first time that a child was used in a campaign ad. (1:00)
11.014J American Urban History II (MIT)
This is a seminar course that explores the history of selected features of the physical environment of urban America. Among the features considered are parks, cemeteries, tenements, suburbs, zoos, skyscrapers, department stores, supermarkets, and amusement parks. The course gives students experience in working with primary documentation sources through its selection of readings and class discussions. Students then have the opportunity to apply this experience by researching their own historical
New vignettes reveal revolutionary citizens from different angles, explains Bill Weldon, Colonial Williamsburg's manager of public history.<
A guide to making your e-thesis available
A guide to making your e-thesis available - Adam Warren Keywords:e-thesis
The Power of Curiosity and Inspiration - Jack Dorsey (Square)
Square and Twitter Co-Founder Jack Dorsey is an entrepreneur driven by an innate curiosity to create amazing products and services. In this insightful lecture, Dorsey describes his early background and inspirations, the current focuses he keeps as a CEO, and his desire to create memorable experiences and solve problems.
Alumni Profile: Michael Perlman MSc03(1970), Deputy Chairman, Grupo Ibmec Educacional Interview with Penny Gamble Williams Raising Ethnic Vegetables
Michael Perlman MSc03 (1970) reflects on his career and time at the School.
Red/Black: Related Through History includes an object-based exhibition on the subject, created by the Eiteljorg, an
The increasing number of Latino immigrants offers farmers new growing opportunities, and the Center for Agriculture at UMass Amherst is researching how to raise popular ethnic vegetables such as maxixe, milho verde and okra. Faculty member Frank Mangan explains what's happening at the university's research farm in Deerfield.
Interview with Penny Gamble Williams Raising Ethnic Vegetables
Raising Ethnic Vegetables