Stanley Baldwin on the Impending World War
Former British Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin visited New York four months prior to the outbreak of World War II to discuss the international situation. He describes the British Empire's diminishing influence as a world power. (1:48)
Strategic Challenges by Dr. Paul Stockton
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Homeland Defense and Americas' Security Affairs Dr Paul Stockton presents "Strategic Challenges" as part of the second residence phase for the USAWC Distance Education Class of 2012.
FORMATIC – Paris 2011 – La question de l ethique dans le domaine de l innovation des TIC Sante
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Titre : FORMATIC – Paris 2011 – La question de l'éthique dans le domaine de l'innovation des TIC Santé
Auteur : LUCAS Jacques
Conférence enregistrée lors du congrès international FORMATIC PARIS 2011. Atelier TIC et pratiques innovantes au service de la formation des professionnels de la santé. Président de séance Antoine TESNIERE (Université Paris Descartes projet ILumens), modérateur Yannick MOTEL (délégué géné
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Great Pyramid Mystery Solved?
How were the blocks raised to the top of the 489ft Great Pyramid? An architect develops a theory about a snaking internal ramp inside the pyramid. This video includes a 3D model and shows how cranes could have been used. This video could be used in science classes as well as history ones.
Learn About the Persian Empire
This short video gives a brief overview of the Persian Empire. Among other things the Persian empire is known for its artistic heritage, such as the poet Rumi. At best this is a brief overview of some of the accomplishments done in the Persian Empire such as a post office. Persia is now known is Iran.
Good Presentations: Stance
For good presentations, a stance that features good posture and a still lower-body serves the speaker. Use correct stance for good presentations with tips from a teacher, presenter and facilitator. (02:25)
4.1 What is a relation?
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.
1.2.3 Gender bias in experiences of education Research shows that historically boys, in fact, were 70 per cent more likely to receive additional help than girls, when all other factors, such as academic test scores, behaviour ratings and family background, were equal (Sacker, Schoon and Bartley, 2001). There is also more recent evidence that this form of gender bias continues to exist (Daniels et al., 1999, cited in Sacker et al., 2001). After looking at gender differences in a school chess club, Ingrid Galitis concluded that, even
Research shows that historically boys, in fact, were 70 per cent more likely to receive additional help than girls, when all other factors, such as academic test scores, behaviour ratings and family background, were equal (Sacker, Schoon and Bartley, 2001). There is also more recent evidence that this form of gender bias continues to exist (Daniels et al., 1999, cited in Sacker et al., 2001).
After looking at gender differences in a school chess club, Ingrid Galitis concluded that, even
Organic Photovoltaics: Progress and Possibilities
By: icamp2012school Panel Discussion - Organic Photovoltaics: Progress and Possibilities
22.033 Nuclear Systems Design Project (MIT)
This capstone course is a group design project involving integration of nuclear physics, particle transport, control, heat transfer, safety, instrumentation, materials, environmental impact, and economic optimization. It provides opportunities to synthesize knowledge acquired in nuclear and non-nuclear subjects and apply this knowledge to practical problems of current interest in nuclear applications design. Each year, the class takes on a different design project; this year, the project is a po
Module Three: Assessment, feedback and continuing learning
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Launching a new gadget? Cool story bro - but we already knew
July 23 - Months of strategic planning for that new tech release mean nothing to the Internet, which already knows what you're planning - thanks to a constant deluge of rumours and leaks. Jon Gordon reports.
The high cost of connectivity: it’s not just you who’s paying
The mobile telecom industry is about much more than telephone calls today. A huge and increasingly sophisticated user base wants the world at their fingertips. But who’s going to pay for it all?
Corruption: A piecemeal solution
As Russia struggles to shrug off a corrupt legacy from its Soviet past, businesses are taking a step-by-step approach to managing the “informal practices” putting their companies at risk
An online travel startup grows up
India-based iXiGO launched five years ago in a nascent online travel sector that’s since mushroomed into one of India’s most competitive companies. Now the company has received a new round of venture-backed funding. What next?
Global Innovation Index 2012: Stronger innovation linkages for global growth
GII 2012 shows Switzerland, Sweden and Singapore most innovative.
Are you creating value for your firm?
It’s a tough world out there and only firms that succeed in creating value will survive in the long-term. The key is to focus on what your customers really want.
A new paradigm for sustainable growth
Many companies are pushing financial performance and sidelining environmental and social objectives.
Dream your way to success
It’s not all about business plans and spreadsheets and getting to the next goal. The picture of real success is at least partly in your mind.
Euronews: Confronting the revolution
Can a consortium of state broadcasters win the war for news viewers in the age of social media?