Demystifying User Experience - General Assembly

My introduction to UX evening at General Assembly Sydney.

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World Affairs Council Great Decisions 2011: Needed: A New World Order
Dr. Stewart Patrick presents "Needed: A New World Order."
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Faculty of Law: F.W. Guest Memorial Lecture 2008 – ‘Grave Injustice’, ‘despotic privilege’
Professor J Stuart Anderson, Faculty of Law, Otago, delivers the 2008 F.W. Guest Memorial Lecture – ‘Grave Injustice,’ ‘despotic privilege’: the insecure foundations of crown liability for torts in New Zealand. 6 August 2008
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Building a sustainable response to Islamic extremism in Europe and beyond.
How can we resolve the tensions between the different communities in Europe in the light of the growing threat from Islamic extremists, sometimes dubbed the 'Enemy Within'? Hisham Hellyer is a policy analyst, academic and commentator, based at the University of Warwick as an Associate Fellow, the American University in Cairo as a Visiting Professor and Trinity College in Dublin as a Senior Research Fellow. His research interests include European Muslim communities, the interplay between Islam a
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Democracy Pt 2
Gives details of how democracy was first established. Good images. Not much depth.


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Primer: Lesson I - A cat and a rat.
Beginning Reading Lesson I - a cat and a rat. Letters a c d t r n, Beatrix Potter activity.
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The Homonym Song
A song created with many triple homonyms - groups of three words
that are spelled differently but sound basically the same. This song was written by a teacher when teaching a 6th-grade writing class.  During the song the lyrics of the song scroll across the screen.

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Classroom Vocabulary Homonyms
In this brief clip learn about homonyms.  Homonyms are two or more words that have the same sound and often the same spelling but differ in meaning.   Examples are shown of homonyms for students to learn the differences between these words. 

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How to Make Improvised Clothing
How to use vapor barriers in one's shoes and how important this is for safety.  This video is part of a survival series n how to survive in the wilderness.
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21F.017 Germany and its European Context (MIT)
This course focuses on main currents in contemporary German literary and visual culture. Taking Nietzsche's thought as a point of departure, students will survey the dialectics of tradition and modernity in both Germany and other European countries, particularly the UK, France, Denmark, and Poland. Primary works are drawn from literature, cinema, art, and performance, including works by Peter Sloterdijk, Thomas Vinterberg, and Michel Houellebecq.
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Evaluation of 'Advanced Database Management' module
This paper focuses on a discussion on the approach taken in analysing evaluation design for a specific faculty module on enterprise education
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Work: The Scientific Definition (RCTC)
Rod Milbrandt
Explain how an object must be displaced for a force on it to do work. Explain how relative directions of force and displacement determine whether the work done is […]

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Morality and Modernity
Notre Dame OpenCourseware (OCW) offers free educational resources for the course "Morality and Modernity" in the Department of Philosophy. This course explores the nature of modern morality through an examination of the work of Alasdair MacIntyre and Charles Taylor. We will also read works by Immanuel Kant and Friedrich Nietzsche, two thinkers whose ideas have powerfully shaped the moral culture of the modern world.
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Studying Global Warming in Biosphere 2
In this What's Up in the Environment? video segment, an international team of scientists in Arizona's Biosphere 2 laboratory studies the impact of increased carbon dioxide emissions and how that might affect our future global environment.
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Devenir médecin aujourd'hui

Troisième et dernier volet de la collection « Les formes de la médecine contemporaine ».

La situation de la médecine contemporaine apparaît, à bien des égards, paradoxale. Elle occupe en effet une position éminente dans le monde contemporain et se voit amener à prendre en charge un nombre toujours plus grand de problèmes biologiques ou même sociaux. Mais les conditions et modes d'exercice de la médecine se sont, ces dernières années, profondément transformés
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La question d'internet - M. Castells, M. Alberganti

Premiers entretiens du jeu de paume

L’Université de tous les savoirs et Le Château de Versailles présentent
les Premiers entretiens du Jeu de Paume
La démocr@tie d’opinion
Du siècle des lumières à la démocratie des courts –circuits
Vendredi 18, samedi 19 et dimanche 20 juin 2010

La question d'Internet
La démocratie à l'heure de l'auto-communication de masse.
Manuel Castells, Professeur titulaire de
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History of Boston Transportation
1630-1990

Fred Salvucci ponders the role of contingency in history, and in the evolution of Boston and its transportation system. He starts from the time the glaciers pulled back from Boston, leaving a soggy near-island and a river for the first white settlers to contend with. “The reason the city is here because
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Bulbs & Batteries Side by Side
We are surrounded everyday by circuits that utilize "in parallel" and "in series" circuitry. Complicated circuits designed by engineers are made of many simpler parallel and series circuits. In this hands-on activity, students build parallel circuits, exploring how they function and their unique features.
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Positions, Activities and Organisations: strategy, from conception to implementation [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Luis Garicano | This is the first in a series of lectures to mark the establishment of LSE's Department of Management. Professor Garicano will discuss how recent advances in the economic analysis of the internal organisation of firms allow for a deeper study of the organisational consequences of positioning choices, and thus permit a more complete understanding of strategy implementation'.
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Justice and the Moral Limits of Markets [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Michael J. Sandel | The financial crisis raises hard questions about justice, ethics, and the role of markets. In this lecture, Michael Sandel will examine the moral limits of markets, one of the themes of his new book, Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do?
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