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The Economic Meltdown: What Have We Learned, if Anything?
The U.S. has had more than 70 years to come to terms with the Great Depression, and we really thought we knew how to avoid another one, says Paul Krugman. “It wasn’t supposed to be possible. Then came the current crisis.”

So how to explain the Great Recession of 2008? Krugman suggests a combination of factors: Fi

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Civil Court Action: Purchase of a Car Scenario
The simulation concerns the alleged non-payment of the alleged agreed purchase price of a car and replicates an ordinary payment action in a Scottish civil court. It is an adversarial transaction where students act either as agents for a client raising the action or a client defending the action from the initial stage up to the Options Hearing stage of the procedure. The students acting for the pursuer are provided with a statement from their client and instructions from a supervisor asking them
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Civil Court Action: Purchase of a Horse Scenario
The simulation concerns the alleged non-payment of part of the purchase price of a horse. It is an adversarial transaction where students act either as agents for a client raising the action or a client defending the action from the initial stage up to the Options Hearing stage of the procedure. The students acting for the pursuer are provided with a statement from their client and instructions from a supervisor asking them to raise the action in court. They are given deadlines to meet and provi
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Civil Court Action: Purchase of a Boat Scenario
The simulation concerns the alleged non-payment of the alleged agreed purchase price of a boat. It is an adversarial transaction where students act either as agents for a client raising the action or a client defending the action from the initial stage up to the Options Hearing stage of the procedure. The students acting for the pursuer are provided with a statement from their client and instructions from a supervisor asking them to raise the action in court. They are given deadlines to meet and
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Nineteenth and early twentieth century American entertainment culture
This is a module framework. It can be viewed online or downloaded as a zip file. As taught in Autumn/Spring Semesters 2009/2010 This resource presents material from four different courses taught across the School of American and Canadian Studies and Film and Television Studies. It addresses various aspects of nineteenth and early twentieth century American entertainment culture. You can view module outlines for 4 modules taught within the school: * American Drama (undergraduate year 3 level) * A
Author(s): Pethers Matthew Dr;Thompson Graham Dr;Grainge Paul

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Making A Difference: 'Tell Me Again' Core Skills DVD
This DVD offers clear and insightful guidance on performing basic core skills for garment construction with professional techniques. Examples include a step-by-step demo on making a hem and making a variety of seams. It also covers repetitive tasks as threading the machine, and winding the bobbin. The sections are approximately 2 minutes long with a voice over to illuminate the demonstrations. The video was made through CLIP/CETL as a learning resource only for London College of Fashion and Univ
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Civil Court Action – Purchase of a car guidance doc
The simulation concerns the alleged non-payment of the alleged agreed purchase price of a car and replicates an ordinary payment action in a Scottish civil court. It is an adversarial transaction where students act either as agents for a client raising the action or a client defending the action from the initial stage up to the Options Hearing stage of the procedure. The students acting for the pursuer are provided with a statement from their client and instructions from a supervisor asking th
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Civil Court Action – Purchase of a boat guidance doc
The simulation concerns the alleged non-payment of the alleged agreed purchase price of a boat. It is an adversarial transaction where students act either as agents for a client raising the action or a client defending the action from the initial stage up to the Options Hearing stage of the procedure. The students acting for the pursuer are provided with a statement from their client and instructions from a supervisor asking them to raise the action in court. They are given deadlines to meet a
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First Semester Retention: Love of Academics or Love of School?
Tom Kane, professor of psychology, presents research results regarding findings on retention of first year students. This presentation was part of the Academic Advisory Forum.
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Death of President Garfield
The sad tail of the murder of Garfield and his suffering before dying. Not for the timid.
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Lecture 23 - 11/15/2010
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Take into account knowledge constraints for design of TEL environments in medical education
In this paper we present an approach, based on exploiting and modeling empirical knowledge, for design an adaptive intelligent tutoring system in medical education. We present our learning knowledge design constraints and their related computer representations. We conclude with the possibilities of our approach and their perspectives.
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Expatriate Spaces, Ex-Soviet Places: Narratives of Americans Abroad in Turn-of-the-Millennium Post-C
The arrival of countless young North Americans into post-Cold War Central and Eastern Europe coincided with a U.S. recession, the collapse of Soviet influence in the former Warsaw Pact countries, and the consequential easing of travel restrictions. I show how overlooked narrative representations of sojourning Western twentysomethings carving out a space for themselves and negotiating their role in a newly internationalized place demonstrate a redefining of the American expat identity as a perfor
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Technical specifications of collaboration support tools as web services
This document presents the technical specifications of the services that will be published by two tools developed in the context of the PALETTE project, namely CoPe_it! and e-Logbook (Collaboration services). It describes in detail all published functions along two dimensions: the functional and the technical one. For each service the Community of Practice needs are also discussed. With respect to technical aspects, the W3C Web Services standard has been adopted as the proposed technology to pub
Author(s): Tzagarakis Manolis,Karousos Nikos,Gotsis George,Ka

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Dissertation Workshop
The workshop is intended for Doctoral students in the health and social sciences who are at the stage of developing a research proposal.
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Moursund Mathematics Lecture Series. Dr. Jacob Lurie, Lecture 2: “Ambidexterity”
In classical algebraic geometry, there is often a stark difference between the behavior offields of characteristic zero (such as the complex numbers) and fields of characteristic p (such as finite fields). For example, the equation x^p = 1 has p distinct solutions over the field of complex numbers, but only one solution over any field [...]
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Air - Is It Really There?
By watching and performing several simple experiments, students develop an understanding of the properties of air: it has mass, it takes up space, it can move, it exerts pressure, it can do work.
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Internet Scout Project
This Topic in Depth explores the science behind predicting the weather. First, the United States Search and Rescue Task Force describe the basic tools and knowledge used to create weather forecasts (1). Students can find concise, clear explanations of weather, fronts and air masses, high and low pressure, precipitation, and water vapor and humidity as well. By performing the activities presented in the second website, fourth grade students can learn about weather instruments and data collection
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Physics learning with a computer Algebra systems: Towards a learning environment that promotes enhan
To become proficient problem-solvers, physics students need to form a coherent and flexible understanding of problem situations they are confronted with. This is important both for solving problems and for interpreting solutions. Still, many students have only a limited representation of the problems they are working on. Therefore, we devised an instructional approach to promote students' understanding of these problems, and to support them in forming associations between problem features and so
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As a companion site to The Children's Museum of Indianapolis, the Geo Mysteries with Rex the Dinosaur gives kids an excellent interactive geological lesson. Activities include learning how sedimentary and metamorphic rock forms; how to distinguish among a rock, mineral, and fossil; and more. The Web site has great movie clips, animations, and illustrations, along with straightforward descriptions making it easy and fun for kids to use.
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