Cómo es una falla - en español
Una falla es una fractura que se produce en la corteza terrestre debido a
que las fuerzas tectónicas son superiores a la resistencia de las rocas. Existen varios tipos de fallas: las fallas normales, las inversas, las de desgarre y las oblicuas con desgarre. (2:00)
4.1 Can talking do more than voting? We normally think of democracy as being about voting. But what if people don't know about the candidates or issues they vote on? Shouldn't talk, aimed at informing us about the issues, be more important in a democracy? Many commentators on democracy today think we need to create a more deliberative democracy. Voting is fine, but what is critical in our complex world is understanding issues and willingness to give adequate reasons for one's opinions and votes. Without understanding and k
We normally think of democracy as being about voting. But what if people don't know about the candidates or issues they vote on? Shouldn't talk, aimed at informing us about the issues, be more important in a democracy?
Many commentators on democracy today think we need to create a more deliberative democracy. Voting is fine, but what is critical in our complex world is understanding issues and willingness to give adequate reasons for one's opinions and votes. Without understanding and k
Brian Klug: Dealing with Difference: Jews, Muslims and the British Left Today
Generally speaking, the British left has been on the side of the disadvantaged and the oppressed. For this reason, socialists, radicals and liberals have instinctively rallied to the cause of newcomers in an increasingly multicultural society. But circumstances have changed and the waters now are muddied. This lecture will explore the reasons why it is difficult for the left today, given its origins and orientations, to deal with Muslim and Jewish difference when that difference is asserted by J
Professor Kenneth Dyson: Germany, the Euro Crisis and the Future of Europe
10th Annual Lecture on Contemporary German History, given on 25 November 2013 at the German historical Institute London
First year student experience
This case study reports on enhancing the first year student experience by engaging students in the practise of business through provision of a coherent and relevant set of learning activities
Causes of the French Revolution - THC
Part of the History Channel show called Pint-Size History where a man in a bar speaks about history. Here he lists the causes of the French Revolution. He also name main events and its legacy. (03:21)
Making sense in a volatile market: The AmBev case
In the first of a four part series Don Sull, Associate Professor of Management Practice speaks with Marcel Telles of InBev about 'closing the gap between strategy and execution'.
Peter Sheldrake on Martin Luther King - Philosopher Series - Graduate School of Business
Professor Peter Sheldrake provides an introduction to the work of twentieth century philosophers and invites the audience to reflect upon the relevance of their thinking to corporate life and how they might apply the findings to their own business practice. Martin Luther King was the youngest man to have received the Nobel Peace Prize for his work to end racial segregation and racial discrimination through civil disobedience and other non-violent means. Drawing on his skills as a Baptist minist
Terms for Intro to Judaism class #7 Shabbat
Video discusses the terms on Shabbat, there are two aspects, the requirement to rest and the celebration of memory.
Accelerated Culinary Arts Program (ACAP) Certificate at the CIA
You have your hospitality, food science, or nutrition degree in hand, and you're primed to excel in one area of your chosen profession. But do you have the culinary skills to tackle the food side of the equation? Get prepared—and build on your experience—with ACAP. No one gives you the level of chef training to excel in the world of professional kitchens like the CIA. Designed exclusively for graduates of bachelor's degree programs in hospitality and tourism management, food science, and nut
Otis Art History 13 - Romanesque Architecture
From the Caves to Romanticism, take a journey through centuries of art and learn about the role of art in culture and the place of the artist in society. This series of five-minute podcasts from Otis College of Art and Design features sumptuous images and informative texts. Presented by Dr. Jeanne Willette, faculty at Otis College of Art and Design.
Promise based management: How to pave the ground for good promises in your organisation
In part two of a series of three podcasts on promise based management, Donald Sull, Associate Professor of Management Practice in Strategic and International Management, explores why promises go bad and what organisations can do about it.
Nanotechnology Part 6 - Grand Vision
Part 6 of a series of podcasts on Quantum Nanotechnology. In this episode, Simon Benjamin talks about how we might go about creating a technology out of quantum material.
Making a Bumble Bee
Instruction on how to make a paper bumblee with the use of paper, markers, a glue stick and other miscillaneous crafts materials. Ideal for ages 7 or older.
Peter Gloor: Cool Hunting and Cool Farming by Galaxy Advisors
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CTPI: Severing the Link Between Alcohol and Prison
This open forum, jointly hosted by the Centre for Theology & Public Issues and the Howard League for Penal Reform, is chaired by Dunedin Barrister Anne Stevens. The panellists include Sir Geoffrey Palmer, QC, former Prime Minister of New Zealand, Major Campbell Roberts, Director of Social Policy, Salvation Army and Professor Jennie Connor, Head of the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, University of Otago. The link between alcohol consumption and criminal offending in New Zealand is w
Listen: VU Arts and Science professor discusses ‘unsayable’
William Franke, professor of comparative literature, Italian and religious studies, discusses the research behind his forthcoming book, "A Philosophy of the Unsayable."
Children's Literacy Initiative in a Philadelphia 1st Grade Model Classroom
This video shows how a classroom is set up for centers with teacher: Trish Murzyn. (5:35)