Roman Architecture The Pantheon
Professor Kenney Mencher (Art History Stone Age Technology through the Early Renaissance) www.kenney-mencher.com. An analysis of Classic Roman Sculpture from the Republican Period to the Empire. The Pantheon (from Greek:meaning "to every god") is a building in Rome, Italy, commissioned by Marcus Agrippa as a temple to all the gods of Ancient Rome, and rebuilt by Emperor Hadrian in about 126 AD. (10:32)
HIS348 Session 1 Summer 2012
Labor in American Society with Mike Fraga 05/05/12
BBC documentary history of computers part 4
9:26 The BBC broadcasted in 1991 the serie 'The dream machine', this is part 4.
In this part we see the the computer manufacturers overlooked that
company's won't buy their computer without software, and writing
software cost up to 4x the price of the machine itself.
Sammet, Historian of Progamming language, explains binairy code and we also see the brandnew IBM 1401 computer of the American Harvard Association which is started up by Ameri
Slovo-ASO project: towards a digital library of South Slavic manuscripts
Slovo: Towards a Digital Library of South Slavic Manuscripts is the website of an international project which aims to: increase cooperation between academic institutions studying medieval Slavic monastic culture; develop a website on Balkan literary heritage; create internationally agreed standards for the electronic publishing, description and encoding of medieval Slavic manuscripts. Pages on individual monasteries offer all or some of the following: an overview of monastery history; a descript
Development of Oro-Facial Structures and Its Clinical Correlation
Facial anomalies are frequent conditions in children in every part of the world. If these anomalies are not treated appropriately and adequately, there will be imposition of severe psychosocial problems on the parents of such children. And, the appropriateness and adequacy of the definitive treatment, which is often surgery, lie in the proper understanding of the anatomic and embryologic bases of these anomalies. This module addresses these issues and is very important to the practice of oral an
Using a Course Management System (CMS)
This module focuses on tools commonly found in a Course or Learning Management System and the competencies that instructors need to develop to use these tools effectively in their course.
Perú: Viaje al Centro de la Tierra (Parte 4 de 5)
Perú: Viaje al Centro de la Tierra es un documental sobre el Imperio de los Incas. Parte 4 de 5. (9:58)
KET Image Bank: Reptiles (Interactive)
The KET Image Bank is a collection of royalty-free photographs available for educational use. The pictures are arranged in interactive catalogs. Click on the "view" button to look through the list of images in the catalog and then click on the name of the reptile you would like to view. On that page, you will find a thumbnail of an image or images, along with a paragraph about the animal. Clicking on the thumbnail will take you to a high resolution image you can download.
A massive coal fire has been burning in Centralia, Pennsylvania since the early 1960s. In the 1980s, the town was abandoned for safety reasons. In this video clip, see what happens to a town after 25 years. (2:20)
Economía y Organización Industrial
Esta asignatura supone para los alumnos de Ingeniería Química una primera aproximación a la empresa y al entorno que la rodea. Por ello se trata de una asignatura introductoria donde se ofrece al alumno una visión global de la empresa y del entorno económico en el que ésta opera. A lo largo del programa se irán abordando las principales funciones o subsistemas de la empresa, así como distintos aspectos a considerar en las organizaciones industriales. Esta asignatura pretende dotar al alu
Discovering the Quantum Universe: The LHC Project at CERN
Discovering the Quantum Universe: The LHC Project at CERN
Approaching Midnight: Taking Midnight's Children from Book to Film || Radcliffe Institute
Director and screenwriter Deepa Mehta discusses her recent work with Salman Rushdie to adapt his 1981 novel Midnight's Children for the screen—they collaborated closely as he wrote the screenplay—including the challenges of casting 30 principal actors in India and spending days and nights in intensive workshops inspired by the ancient Indian performing arts treatise, the Natya Shastra. Mehta shares her philosophy of filmmaking and how she walks the fine line between conventional storytelling
CofC Alumnus Developing Technology for Sporting Events -- Olympics, Wimbledon, NBA, CrossFit Games
You know when the snowboarding announcer shows the trajectory of the snowboarders last three jumps? You can thank College of Charleston alumnus Rallis Pappas, whose company developed and implements that technology for NBC Olympics. Pappas, a history major, began his career with the PGA TOUR, where he managed the first mobile electronic and computerized scoring system. Along with another College of Charleston alumnus, Pappas co-founded IDS, a technology service provider for the sports industry.
Chem 131C (Spring 2012): the Gibbs Energy
Spring Quarter 2012, Lecture 14 for Chem 131C recorded on Friday, May 4. Items covered: the gibbs energy.
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Don't throw the baby out with the bathos. Anthropology Departmental Seminar:
In this Anthropology Departmental Seminar, Stephen Reyna (MPI-Halle) discussed 'regimes of truth in an anthropology of hypocrisy' (25 February 2011).
Dan and Gwen Taylor Lecture - 2012
‘Does the Philosophy of Fiction Rest on a Mistake? ‘ presented by Professor Derek Matravers, The Open University and Emmanuel College, Cambridge
Media and Design Process [Conference Proceedings]
Throughout known architectural history, representation, media and design have been recognized to have a close relationship. This relationship is inseparable; representation being a means for engaging in design thinking and making and this activity requiring media. Interpretations as to what exactly this relationship is or means have been subject to debate, disagreement and change along the ages. Whereas much has been said about the interactions between representation and design, little has been
Beethoven for Babies
If you've ever heard of "Baby Beethoven", you probably already know the benefit of exposing kids to music at an early age. The philosophy of the Early Childhood Music Program at the Eastman School of Music is that it's never too early. The program, which is a part of the Eastman Community Music School, consists of four levels beginning with children from 4 to 24 months with their parents, up to 5 and 6 year olds in the fourth level. Donna Brink Fox is the Associate Dean of Academic and Student A