In the first lecture Prof Noakes speaks of the role of self belief in athletic performance – ‘what you real
BSc Acoustics Library Induction, 2010
BSc Acoustics Library Induction, 2010 - Isobel Stark
Keywords:information skills , library induction , online searching , reading lists , acoustics
“Prevention of Global HIV/AIDS: Old Challenges and New Paradigms”
Watch video of the March 22 Chancellor’s Lecture Series talk. Vanderbilt Institute for Global Health Director Sten Vermund presents “Prevention of Global HIV/AIDS: Old Challenges and New Paradigms” as part of the 2010-2011 Chancellor’s Lecture Series. HIV/AIDS continues to be a global medical emergency of unprecedented proportions with multiple challenges in prevention, care and treatment,keep reading »
The Purple Song
This preschool video introduces the color purple. Words appear at the bottom of screen and each word is highlighted as it is sung. Photographs that match song are shown on the screen. Pictures include purple plums, flowers, eggs, and grapes. Some of the lyrics include "P-U-R-P-L-R-E, I like purple things I see". Content is appropriate for young learners. (0:37)
The Rise of the West
[This article originally appeared in the Freeman in July 2002. An MP3 audio file of this article, narrated by Colin Hussey, is available for download.]
Throughout almost the entire span of human history, material privation and chr
This site provides an excellent experiment involving cyclic voltammetry at a gold electrode. The experiment includes a detailed introduction to the topics of electrode capacitance, electrode reactions, and flux of the electroactive species to electrode surface. Lab report guidelines and post-lab questions are included.
14. After Mill: Bastiat and the French laissez-faire Tradition
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Part 1,"'Die!' Censoring Game Violence"
"Blood, Sex, and Politics in Video Games: How Censorship Is Done (or Not)"
Part 1,"'Die!' Censoring Game Violence" MIT GAMBIT Game Lab researcher Konstantin MItgutsch , brilliant as he is, can't figure out how video games are rated. And that's saying something, given that Mitgutsch is a scientific board member of Europe's game-ratings group, Pan European Game Information (PEGI).
"Game content rating system like the Entertain
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Looking at Learning...Again, Part 2 Workshop 4. Conceptual Change
With Dr. Peter Hewson. In this workshop, we explore the role played by prior knowledge in the learning of new science ideas. Only when a new idea is understood, accepted, and found to be useful does it begin to be exchanged for a previously held scientific belief. The workshop examines how teachers ideas about teaching and learning may be altered as they engage students in strategies designed to promote conceptual change.,Dr. Peter Hewson discusses Conceptual Change learning. Children struggl
2.7 Arithmetical properties of complex numbers
Number systems and the rules for combining numbers can be daunting. This unit will help you to understand the detail of rational and real numbers, complex numbers and integers. You will also be introduced to modular arithmetic and the concept of a relation between elements of a set.
Episode 66: Understanding Cooperation through Behavioural Economics
Behavioural Economist Dr Nikos Nikiforakis explains how Behavioural Economics challenges one of the fundamental premises of traditional Economics - the rational, self-serving Homo Economicus. Through laboratory and field experiments, Nikos also develops a model for understanding social cooperation. With host Jennifer Cook.
Episode 13: Medical Tourism in Asia
Dr Andrea Whittaker explores the phenomenon of medical tourism in Asia with Sian Prior. Dr Whittaker also talks about her research in illegal abortions in Thailand.
Guest: Dr Andrea Whittaker from Asia Institute
Topic: Medical Tourism in Asia
EMOIS Nancy 2011 - Données PMSI chaînées : attention ! un patient peut en cacher un autre ! (vide
Titre : Données PMSI chaînées : attention ! un patient peut en cacher un autre !
Résumé : Le chainage des données PMSI offre de nouvelles perspectives d’analyse : organisation des soins, recherche d’associations de pathologies par exemple. Notre objectif était d’évaluer la montée en charge du chaînage des RSA de 2006 à 2009.
Matériel et méthode : l’étude est effectuée à partir des bases nationales PMSI de 2006 à 2009, les données ont été censur
Changing the World: Jake Vanderzanden
Oregon State University alum Jake Vanderzanden is making the world a better place. He is currently the Senior Vice President of Blount International and President of ICS.
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