Haydn Piano Tease - MIT Chamber Music
A piano concert featuring thousands and thousands of heavenly notes performed by MIT student Andrew Wang. He requested that the audience not applaud until the intermission and end of the concert. Composers featured were Schubert, Haydn, Mendelssohn, Rachmaninoff, and Chopin. Only a few hundred of those notes are hear in this video segment. Bravo! And thanks to coaches and teachers Tim McFarland, David Deveau, and Marcus Thompson. MIT Chamber Music Society. Killian Hall, April 8, 2011.
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7.3.2 Identify the outcomes you hope to achieve

An outcome is the result or consequence of a process. For example, you may want to produce an accurate analysis of some survey data, and to do this you may need to improve and apply your statistical skills. In this case the result of your analysis is an outcome, and using your number skills is part of the process by which you achieve that outcome.

Try to express the outcomes you hope to achieve as clearly and accurately as possible, asking others for help and comments if necessary. To h
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This Week on C9: Random Musings of Jeff and Charles

This week on Channel 9, Dan and Brian aren't on This Week on Channel 9. No, ladies and gentlemen, not this week. Dan is writing a new version of Visual Studio for Linux and Brian is still trying to get TFS running on TimeWarp OS. 

This week, Charles and Jeff, two of C9's founding members, but more importantly, two long time curmudgeons with stories to tell randomize Dan and Brian's great geek show with, well, whatever comes to mind. Yeah, OldSchoolRandom rules in this episode. No l
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Endeavour Retrospective
A retrospective look at space shuttle Endeavour.
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Introduction to Signals and Noise: eLearning Module
Basic concepts of signals, noise, and extraction of data from noisy signals are presented as an e-learning module. Excel spreadsheets allow students to vary noise parameters. Basic electronics ideas relating to RC circuits support introductory information on filters
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Rice virtual lab in statistics
This site is devoted to statistical tests and demonstrations of their use and was created with the support of the National Science Foundation. One section is a complete reference guide - the online statistics textbook, with detailed descriptions of all things statistical. The second, and most fun section, is simulations/demonstrations section where nearly twenty statistical tests are demonstrated with interactive Applets. Each Applet has clear instructions for use with details on the test demons
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Compilation of FTIR Materials
Provides excellent tutorials on the principles of IR absorption, interpretation of spectra for structure determination, a spectral peak wizard, an authoritative glossary of spectroscopic terms, and links tutorials on how FT instruments work.
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Solving Radical Equations 
This video provides a great demonstration of solving a radical equation. (2:15)
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Virtual Maths Data Handling - Light Survey
Exercises and resources for conducting a Light Intensity Survey. "To measure the levels of light in a particular area, we need to use a device called a Light Meter, which measures the intensity of light in the vicinity of the sensor and displays the reading."
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7 Further reading and sources of help
Your course might not include any maths or technical content but, at some point during your course, it’s likely that you’ll come across information represented in charts, graphs and tables. You’ll be expected to know how to interpret this information. This unit will help you to develop the skills you need to do this. This unit can be used in conjunction with the ‘More working with charts, graphs and tables’ unit, which looks into more ways to present statistical information and shows y
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"Sim Man" Provides Hands-on Training to Aspiring Pharmacists
Friday, Apr. 2, 2010 Contact: Brenda Bray, Clinical Assistant Professor, College of Pharmacy, 509-358-7735, bbray@wsu.edu; Lorraine Nelson, Communication Coordinator, College of Pharmacy, 509-335-4776, lanelson@wsu.edu PULLMAN, Wash. -- Imagine having a patient come to your pharmacy and, while you are talking with them, they start to experience a serious health problem. Washington State University pharmacy students are learning what to do in such situations through the use of a Human Patient
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Search for the Northwest Passage
Countless explorers spend centuries looking in vain for a western route to the Orient and the lucrative Spice Trade over the northern part of Canada. This video names some of the explorers and what they accomplished. A good video to help explain one reason why the Panama canal was built.
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Classifying Animals
Classifying Animals
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Popular Culture
Many forms of entertainment and leisure activities people participated in during the early decades of the 20th century are not that different from those we enjoy today. At the turn of the century people found entertainment at carnivals and festivals and exhibitions. Photographs here include the California Midwinter International Exposition in San Francisco in 1894, and the Anaheim Carnival of 1911. Sports were also a popular pastime. Photographs show people participating in tennis and golf, but
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Why Study...modern Church history with Frances Knight
In this episode of the 'Why Study' series, Dr.Frances Knight, an authority on modern church history, describes her discipline and argues that it provides an irreplaceable vantage point both for understanding religion and its place in society.
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A Qualitative Exploration of a New Concept in Support of Good Educational Leadership – Emotional I
George Potter
There has been a shift in the conceptualization of leadership and needed leadership skills in education within today’s society. Models that were previously used to aid in the development and […]

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