You Didn’t Consent to be the State’s Victim Resource #7614 "Black Death in the Middle East and Europe" The Instructional Use of Learning Objects Fashion goes to the dogs Weather on Jupiter, 4 of 7 Johns Hopkins President's Day of Service 2011 The Many Faces of Chocolate | Lecture 3 (2011) SMART Board Orientation Dreamliner takes to the skies Podcasting Japan review Canine study seeks top dogs for leadership role Sustaining enterprise education The second Space symposium- learning spaces Undertaking HRD research in HE Embedding enterprise in the curriculum Residents escape beseiged Sirte Royals open children's hospital unit Weapons of War
Defenders of government coercion often claim that residence within a state’s boundaries imply consent to be taxed, writes Walter Block. This audio Mises Daily is narrated by Allan Davis.
Lecture by Stuart Borsch, Assistant Professor in History Department at Assumption College. From the "Epidemics Then & Now: Infectious Diseases Around the World," the 2006 University of Chicago Summer Institute for Educators. Co-sponsored by the Center for International Studies, the Graham School of General Studies, the Center for East Asian Studies, the Center for East Europea
This is the online version of The Instructional Use of Learning Objects, a new book that tries to go beyond the technological hype and connect learning objects to instruction and learning. You can read the full text of the book here for free.
Sept. 26 - Puppy fashion takes center stage at Buenos Aires' most exclusive fashion event. Sharon Reich reports.
A scientist uses Earth's atmosphere to measuring the turbulence of the thunderstorms on Jupiter. This video is suitable for older elementary, middle school, anad high school students.
The third annual Johns Hopkins President's Day of Service brought out more than 1,000 members of the university community to volunteer in communities throughout Baltimore.
Speaker: Ramon Morató (Barry Callebaut) Location: Science Center C
This three minute video demonstrates how and why you orient your SMART Board interactive whiteboard. It moves through topics fairly rapidly, but does show some of the attributes of this equipment.
Sept. 27 - The first-ever Boeing Dreamliner 787 jet headed home to Japan and now attention turns to whether Boeing can meet initial demand for the plane it calls a "game changer." Conway G. Gittens reports.
This case study describes the use of pod casts to support and enhance student decision making in the development and running of a new simulated company using business simulation software
Japan Review is a scholarly full-text refereed ejournal published in English by the International Research Center for Japanese Studies in Kyoto, Japan. The journal covers Japanese culture and civilization and is published annually. At June 2009 there are 19 issues online (1990-2008), freely offering articles as PDF files. Example article include: 'Miyazaki Hayao's epic comic series Nausicaa in the Valley of the Wind: an attempt at interpretation'; 'Beriberi, military medicine, and medical auth
Mar. 24 - Researchers in Hungary are developing a method of finding better trained, and more effective working dogs by studying how the animals establish hierarchies within a group. The scientists are using GPS technology to establish canine leadership dynamics, and believe their findings could help in choosing dogs best suited to tasks like search and rescue. Jim Drury reports. More Innovations: http://smarturl.it/Innovations Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Reuters tells the wo
This presentation examines the impact of enterprise education on the career aspiration, decisions and intentions of HE students
This presentation discusses the various elements that deem enterprise education spaces as fit for purpose
This presentation explores the challenges encountered in researching the impact of enterprise modules in HE on students own perceptions of self efficacy and motivation to particular career intentions
This presentation discusses the pioneering approach to the embedding of enterprise in the curriculum through people and pedagogy
Sept. 29 - Residents flee the besieged town of Sirte, one of the last Gaddafi strongholds, as U.S. Republican senators visit Tripoli. Lily Grimes reports.
Sept. 29 - The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge open a new children's unit at The Royal Marsden Hospital in Surrey. Kilmeny Duchardt reports.
Muskets, swords, buttons and drums convey powerful memories of the soldiers who claimed them. Curator Erik Goldstein highlights some of his favorite military treasures from the Colonial Williamsburg collections.
"Black Death in the Middle East and Europe"
The Instructional Use of Learning Objects
Fashion goes to the dogs
Weather on Jupiter, 4 of 7
Johns Hopkins President's Day of Service 2011
The Many Faces of Chocolate | Lecture 3 (2011)
SMART Board Orientation
Dreamliner takes to the skies
Canine study seeks top dogs for leadership role
Sustaining enterprise education
The second Space symposium- learning spaces
Undertaking HRD research in HE
Embedding enterprise in the curriculum
Residents escape beseiged Sirte
Royals open children's hospital unit
Weapons of War