HUP Jackets: How Many Friends Does One Person Need?
Harvard University Press Art Director Tim Jones explains his jacket design for Robin Dunbar's latest book, How Many Friends Does One Person Need? For more on the book: http://www.hup.harvard.edu/catalog.php?isbn=9780674057166
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PLATO Learning System Software
On June 3, 2010, the Computer History Museum hosted a 6-session conference on the PLATO learning system. Session 3 was entitled "PLATO Software: Driven by a Clear, Compelling Challenge." Session 3 Description: The software architecture of the PLATO Learning System permitted high interactivity with hundreds of users and a TUTOR programming language that enabled faculty (and gamers) to write their own interactive graphics programs. These capabilities required close management of scarce system res
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PLATO - Online Education & Courseware
On June 3, 2010, the Computer History Museum hosted a 6-session conference on the PLATO learning system. Session 4 was entitled "Online Education & Courseware: Lessons Learned, Insights Gleaned." Session 4 Description: Thousands of hours of courseware in dozens of academic disciplines were developed on the PLATO system, and deployed to thousands of students at levels from K-20. The open environment and sophisticated authoring tools enabled any interested and creative instructor to develop cours
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"Dad Don't Dance," poem by Roger Stevens
Students will smile as they watch and listen.  Ron Bookless' drawings animate the poem, "Dad Don't Dance," read with a British accent by Roger Stevens from his book The Monster that Ate the Universe. This poem has rhyme, rhythm, and a little alliteration and is appropriate for elementary students.  Very British.  (1:23)
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Theatrical production in the Wash, Pomona College
Student actors perform on a makeshift stage with a white canopy in Blanchard Park on Wash Day, 1901. A tent set off to one side likely serves as a dressing room. A small removable placard next to the tent indicates a scene location. On the left side of the stage, a group of actors in dark robes and hats are gathered around a man in tights seated on a dais. In the center, a woman dressed all in white holds a basket. Behind her, a group of similarly attired actors are seated on the ground.
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JALPES 2010 Strasbourg : Remotiver les enseignants.

Thème : Première Journée de Pédagogie Médicale d’Alsace Lorraine (JALPES 2010)
Session : motivation et pédagogie en sciences de la santé.
Modérateur : François KOHLER (Professeur- CHU de Nancy – SPI-EAO) et Thierry POTTECHER (Professeur – service d’Anesthésie Hôpital de Hautepierre – Strasbourg).
Titre : JALPES 2010 Strasbourg : Remotiver les enseignants.
Auteur : Jean-François DENEF (UCLOUVAIN – Vice-recteur honoraire Sciences de la Santé)<
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SML 2010 - Agence Regionale de la Sante

Semaine Médicale de Lorraine
Intervenant : Jean-Yves GRALL : Médecin, Directeur Général de l’ARS (Agence Régionale de Santé Lorraine)
Résumé : l’ARS est la clé de voûte de l’organisation prévue par la loi HPST (Hôpital-Patients-Santé-Territoire), elle met en œuvre la politique régionale de santé en coordination avec ses partenaires. Après une présentation des différents services et de leurs missions, l’auteur décrit les principales attributions, ainsi
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GLS #1: Nicklas Nygren
Nicklas Nygren shares his experiences being an independent game developer
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2.7.3 Mosaics
From Rome to Pompeii and Ephesus the excavation of Roman remains is well known, but what of Roman remains in Africa? This unit looks at the Roman city of Thugga and examines the influence that Roman architecture and art had on Africa and its people.
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2.7.2 African Red Slip ware
From Rome to Pompeii and Ephesus the excavation of Roman remains is well known, but what of Roman remains in Africa? This unit looks at the Roman city of Thugga and examines the influence that Roman architecture and art had on Africa and its people.
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Lecture 29 - 12/1/2010
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GAMBIT Research Video Podcast Episode 10, Part 1 "Fun In The Stacks: Games, Gaming and Gamers in Li
In Episode 10, Part 1 "FUN IN THE STACKS: GAMES, GAMING AND GAMERS IN LIBRARIES" Syracuse Assoc. Professor and the host of "Board Games With Scott", Scott Nicholson leads a discussion during the Nov 11, 2010 GAMBIT Research Meeting on the value of gaming programs in public libraries. Founded in 2006, the Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab sets itself apart by emphasizing the creation of video game prototypes to demonstrate our research as a complement to traditional academic publishing. The goa
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Viral Vector: BacMam-GFP
Astrocytes transduced with BacMam-GFP in mouse visual cortex. Notice the astrocytes are wrapped around the blood vessels.

This in vivo 2-photon image was created using viral vectors from the viral gene transfer core, a facility established in 2008 by the Picower Institute and the McGovern Institute to make viral vectors accessible to the MIT neuroscience community.

Image courtesy of Sam Clark, McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT

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API 2010 Nancy : Recommandations du Haut Conseil de la santé publique relatives aux infections.

Thème : Actualités en Pathologies Infectieuses.
Titre : API 2010 Nancy : Recommandations du Haut Conseil de la santé publique relatives aux infections associées aux soins et aux bactéries résistantes aux antibiotiques.
Auteur : Bruno GRANDBASTIEN (Haut Conseil de la santé publique (HCSP), Commission spécialisée « sécurité des patients » (CsSP), CHRU de Lille, Service de Gestion du Risque Infectieux et des Vigilances (SGRIVi), Lille).
Résumé : Le Haut Conseil
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Cry Witch, Part One
Take a seat at the trial of Grace Sherwood, the "Virginia Witch."
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Cry Witch, Part Two
Hear the verdict in the trial of Grace Sherwood, the "Virginia Witch."
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Natural Inquirer Climate Change Series: Gas
The Natural Inquirer Climate Change series article It's a Gas explores the exchange of gases between the soil and atmosphere in tropical forests.
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The Governor's Palace at 75
Fresh eyes refocus an architectural icon. Chief Curator Emeritus Graham Hood on recomposing an 18th-century landmark.
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Pottery With a Past
Stoneware held a place in every household. Curators Janine Skerry and Suzanne Hood describe the innumerable forms.
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