This course familiarizes students with Macromedia Flash. Topics to be covered include fundamental programming concepts (variables, variable types, code re-use, commenting code, and basic control structures) in addition to the fundamentals of the flash environment (animation, vector graphics, use of sound and video). Students finishing this course will have at least one completed fully functional Flash project for their portfolios demonstrating a strong knowledge of the tool and a good foundation
Creating the Past: Understanding Artifacts
After studying the historic events of Catlin's life, this project allows students to imagine the material culture of the time. They will become archaeologists and anthropologists, looking back on previous cultures for clues as to the motives and inspirations for the choices that shaped their lives. Each student will bring in a fabricated artifact from Catlin's life, resulting in a museum exhibit in the class.
Cajole club meeting, Pomona College
Edward Milliken raises his glass at a meeting of the Cajole Club. Half a dozen or so students sit around a desk with a clock and a "Cajole Club" ax. A stuffed dummy is propped up in one of the chairs. From left to right: Morrill Boynton, Vernon Wolcott, unidentified, dummy, William Jencks; Roy Thomas, Edward Milliken, and Ralph Noble. The figure who is partially cut off on the right may be Howard Ross.
An Examination of Interviews from the American Slave Narratives and the American Folklore Collection
Students will examine and interpret interviews obtained by authors working for the Federal Writer's Project during the 1930s. A close study of the narratives will allow students to: Understand the specific tasks undertaken by men and women employed by one of the work relief programs of the New Deal; Obtain a more personal sense of the past by examining the lives and careers of ordinary men and women interviewed during the period of the Federal Writer's Project; Learn about the process and issues
Thesaurus Linguae Graecae
Founded in 1972 the TLG represents the first effort in the Humanities to produce a large digital corpus of literary texts. Since its inception the project has collected and digitized most texts written in Greek from Homer (8 c. B.C.) to the fall of Byzantium in AD 1453 and beyond. Its goal is to create a comprehensive digital library of Greek literature from antiquity to the present era. TLG research activities combine the traditional methodologies of philological and literary study with the mos
Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation
The objective of this course is to teach you to apply the skills you have learned in the functional areas toward the goal of starting a business, i.e., becoming an entrepreneur. Working in teams, you will learn to identify, conceptualize, plan, finance, launch, manage and harvest new ventures. Finally, intrapreneurship, the application of entrepreneurial methods of management to established organizations, will also be discussed. Class discussion, readings, case studies, guest speakers, interview
Vertebrates are Cool!
As an introductory activity, students will read the eBook Vertebrates and then keep it as reference source. They will discuss the different animal species found in vertebrates. As a project, students will pick a vertebrate and create an eBook with one photo about that vertebrate. They will research the vertebrate both in the media center and on Web pages downloaded with FlingIt. Students will give an oral report of the special characteristics of their vertebrate and then beam their eBooks to oth
Bloed serieus! : Werkbundel Werkbundel rond het thema bloed gebaseerd op de lerarenhandleiding en de bloedkrant van het Jeugd Rode Kruis.
Werkbundel rond het thema bloed gebaseerd op de lerarenhandleiding en de bloedkrant van het Jeugd Rode Kruis.
Building a Space of Cultural Heritage Objects to Explore It in the Classroom
Not only for further understanding of subjects but also for learning analytical thinking or inductive inference, it is important to provide a highly engageable environment where pupils can interact with high quality cultural contents easily. The authors have been developed an interactive exploring tool called CEAX Voyager. One of the important issues to make the learning with CEAX Voyager effective is to prepare adaptive descriptions for pupils. This paper proposes a framework for supporting cre
Fotografija je posneta v Škocjanski jami. Učencem jo lahko pokažemo pri pouku zemljepisa in tudi fizike pri obravnavanju širjenje svetlobe.,Photo taken in Škocjan Caves.
A Life In Law
Legal biographies and autobiographies are a rich and important source of information about the legal system, statute law and the legal profession. Lord Bingham is patron of The Legal Biography Project. Ross Cranston is centennial professor of law at LSE.
Casa Del Fascio (House of Fascism)
Curator Robert Little discusses a project drawing for the House of Fascism, designed by Giuseppe Terragni in the early 1930s. The item is currently on display in Italian Arts & Design.
Using online tools to provide relevant, authentic and timely assessment A presentation on "Using online tools to provide relevant, authentic and timely assessment" by Hazel Owen and Helen Martin (Centre of Teaching and Learning Innovation).
A presentation on "Using online tools to provide relevant, authentic and timely assessment" by Hazel Owen and Helen Martin (Centre of Teaching and Learning Innovation).
European Union Language Project - TOOL Tool for Online and Offline Language Learning (TOOL) project, funded by the European Union, is building Blended Learning language courses in five European languages (Dutch, Estonian, Hungarian, Maltes
Tool for Online and Offline Language Learning (TOOL) project, funded by the European Union, is building Blended Learning language courses in five European languages (Dutch, Estonian, Hungarian, Maltes
Why responsible investment makes sense Professor Germaine Greer - An Insight - Full Interview Get ready for RISE:2015 Is Local Radio at the Heart of the Community? - Bill Heine and Daniel Bruce Re-searching the Potential of Cultural-Historical Psychology Telling the Story of a Peace Movement: 50 years of CND campaigning
Dr. James Gifford, founding Executive Director for Responsible Investment at the United Nations, talks to London Business School.
Warning: Explicit Content Professor Germaine Greer delivered the 2010 Winifred Mercier public lecture at Leeds Met on Tuesday March 23. Born in Melbourne and educated in Australia and at Cambridge University, Professor Greer's first book, The Female Eunuch (1969), took the world by storm and remains one of the most influential texts of the feminist movement. She has had a distinguished academic career in Britain and the USA and makes regular appearances in print and other media as a broadcast
Northeastern University's annual Research, Innovation, and Scholarship Expo, which showcases use-inspired and innovative research being done by hundreds of students and faculty, is set for Thursday, April 9, from 10 am to 2 pm in the Cabot Center.
Bill Heine is considered by many to be very opinionated and perhaps somewhat controversial in the field of radio presenting, Heine is not afraid to speak his mind and allows his listeners to do the same during his phone-in show. Heine employed the sculptor John Buckley in 1986 to design a 25ft fibreglass sculpture of a shark that appears to be crashing through the roof of his house, it forms something of a controversial local landmark. Daniel Bruce became Regional Managing Editor for all of th
From its founding as an academic discipline, psychology has been divided in its understanding of itself. The project to create a psychology that unifies experimental, 'physiological' psychology and ethnographic, cultural-historical psychology requires a reconfiguration of the disciplinary landscape of the late 19th century that, from our current perspective, appears inter-disciplinary, including, as it does, scholarship from anthropology, sociology, discourse analysis as well as the neuroscience
To mark CND turning 50 in 2008, the organisation is collaborating with LSE Archives on a touring exhibition, archives project and this roundtable with History Today to tell the story of the movement from the Cold War to Trident and beyond. Aled Fisher is LSESU Environment and Ethics officer. Kate Hudson is chair of CND. Bruce Kent is former chairman and honorary vice-president of CND. Walter Wolfgang is vice president of CND.
Professor Germaine Greer - An Insight - Full Interview
Get ready for RISE:2015
Is Local Radio at the Heart of the Community? - Bill Heine and Daniel Bruce
Re-searching the Potential of Cultural-Historical Psychology
Telling the Story of a Peace Movement: 50 years of CND campaigning