Student Sample #1
This is a completed Poetry Project by two students.
Project Artemis 2010 Graduation
Afghan businesswoman Nasimgol Azizi delivers the Project Artemis fellow remarks during the commencement program Oct. 29, 2010, at Thunderbird School of Global Management. http://knowledgenetwork.thunderbird.edu/thunderbirdforgood/
4.184 Architectural Design Workshops: Computational Design for Housing (MIT)
An intensive nine day remote collaborative workshop involving MIT and Miyagi University in Japan. The objective is to develop a small housing project using shape computation as a design methodology. Students will use and test new interactive software for designing, sharing applications with overseas partners, presenting projects on an Internet workspace, and critiquing design proposals through the web and other advanced digital technologies. Students will be expected to do most of their work in
MAS.964 Common Sense Reasoning for Interactive Applications (MIT)
This course will explore the state of the art in common sense knowledge, and class projects will design and build interfaces that can exploit this knowledge to make more usable and helpful interfaces. Course requirements will consist of critiques of class readings (about 2 papers/week), and a final project (paper or computer implementation project). Grades will be based primarily on the projects, as well as a small component for class and online participation
4.131 Architectural Design, Level II: Material Essence: The Glass House (MIT)
The theme that unites the Level II studios in the fall semester is a focus upon the 'making of architecture and built form' as a tectonic, technical and materially driven endeavor. It is a design investigation that is rooted in a larger culture of materiality and the associated phenomena, but a study of the language and production of built form as an integrated response to the conceptual proposition of the project. The studio will look to works of architecture where the material tectonic and its
21M.735 Technical Design: Scenery, Mechanisms, and Special Effects (MIT)
This class looks at the special structural and practical needs of theatrical scenery and effects and how they can be constructed. We map the technical design process from initial meetings to realization on stage. The class emphasizes safety, budgeting, and problem solving. Ten 1-3 page Tech notes are required as well as a final project. Work includes actual production assignments as well as paper design projects.
Cambridge Ideas - Vanishing Voices
Of the world's 6,500 living languages, half will cease to be spoken by the end of this century. Dr Mark Turin, director of the World Oral Literature Project, has spent much of his life travelling to remote corners of the Himalayas to study languages and cultures that are at risk and document them before they disappear without record.
21A.350J The Anthropology of Computing (MIT)
This course examines computers anthropologically, as meaningful tools revealing the social and cultural orders that produce them. We read classic texts in computer science along with works analyzing links between machines and culture. We explore early computation theory and capitalist manufacturing; cybernetics and WWII operations research; artificial intelligence and gendered subjectivity; the creation and commodification of the personal computer; the hacking aesthetic; non-Western histories of
Thames Discovery Programme - 3
Thames Discovery Programme, Episode 3: FROG Field Training at Isleworth -- Explore the archaeology and history of the Thames foreshore, London's biggest archaeological site, with our exciting Heritage Lottery funded project http://www.thamesdiscovery.org/
Thames Discovery Programme - 6
Episode 6: Murder on the Foreshore? Explore the archaeology and history of the Thames foreshore, London's biggest archaeological site, with our exciting Heritage Lottery funded project http://www.thamesdiscovery.org/
6.871 Knowledge-Based Applications Systems (MIT)
This course covers the development of programs containing a significant amount of knowledge about their application domain. The course includes a brief review of relevant AI techniques; case studies from a number of application domains, chosen to illustrate principles of system development; a discussion of technical issues encountered in building a system, including selection of knowledge representation, knowledge acquisition, etc.; and a discussion of current and future research. The course als
Divine Office - Episode 5 in "Persevering in Prayer: Getting It Started and Keeping It Going"
Prayer, more than simply a technique to be mastered or one more project to be undertaken, is, at its most basic level, simply making ourselves available to God. This program discusses what prayer is, ways and places of prayer, getting started and the potential struggles along the way. Moderator: Monsignor Michael Heintz '08 Ph.D, Director of Notre Dame's Master of Divinity program Panelists: Rev. Brian Daley, the Catherine F. Huisking Chair in Theology; Tami Schmitz, Assistant Director of Spir
Does Prayer Make a Difference?
- Episode 8 of "Persevering in Prayer: Getting It Started and Keeping It Going" Prayer, more than simply a technique to be mastered or one more project to be undertaken, is, at its most basic level, simply making ourselves available to God. This program discusses what prayer is, ways and places of prayer, getting started and the potential struggles along the way. Moderator: Monsignor Michael Heintz '08 Ph.D, Director of Notre Dame's Master of Divinity program Panelists: Rev. Brian Daley, the
10 Little Numbers
This catchy little tune is a numbers song to the tune of ten little indians. This will help children learn to count from 1-10. Bright colored numbers are displayed on the screen while the song plays. Run time 01:53.
Pirates Amongst Us
A disgruntled pirate's haunted history lingers in the town where his shipmates met the hangman. Carson Hudson and Willie Balderson team up for "Pirates Amongst Us."Author(s):
The Bill of Rights
Do you know your rights? Professor of Law Henry Chambers explains the lasting wisdom of the Constitution's first 10 amendments.Author(s):
STS.014 Principles and Practice of Science Communication (MIT)
This course helps in developing skills as science communicators through projects and analysis of theoretical principles. Case studies explore the emergence of popular science communication over the past two centuries and consider the relationships among authors, audiences and media. Project topics are identified early in the term and students work with MIT Museum staff. Projects may include physical exhibits, practical demonstrations, or scripts for public programs.
Mini project : ROM based sine wave generator : presentation transcript
This is a Mini Project presentation introducing a ROM-Based Sine Wave Generator. It is part of the 2009/10 BEng in Digital Systems and Computer Engineering (course number 2ELE0065) from the University of Hertfordshire. All the mini projects are designed as level two modules of the undergraduate programmes. This project requires the establishment of a communication protocol between two 68000-based microcomputer systems. Using ‘C’, students will write software to control all aspects of comp
4.430 Daylighting (MIT)
This class provides the tools necessary for an efficient integration of daylighting issues in the overall design of a building. The fundamentals of daylighting and electric lighting are introduced and their relevance to design decisions emphasized: benefits and availability of daylight, solar radiation and sun course, photometry, vision and color perception, daylighting metrics, visual and thermal comfort, electric lighting. More advanced topics are presented and practiced through the design pro
SP.723 D-Lab: Disseminating Innovations for the Common Good (MIT)
in the trilogy of D-Lab courses, D-Lab III focuses on disseminating innovations among underserved communities, especially in developing countries. Students acquire skills related to building partnerships and piloting, financing, implementing, and scaling-up a selected innovation for the common good. The course is structured around MIT and outside competitions. Teams develop an idea, project or (social) business plan that is "ready to roll" by term's end. Course includes an on-line forum dis