The Impact of mobile learning
Phase one of MoLeNET (2007/08) involved 75 colleges and 18 schools, approximately 10,000 learners and 2,000 staff, in 32mobile learning projects. The Learning and Skills Council provided funding for h...
This activity focuses on getting the students to think about disabilities and how they can make some aspects of life more difficult. The students are asked to pick a disability and design a new kind of sport for it.
A User-Friendly Sign Language Chat
The introduced concept of a gesture based sign language chat enables the communication of hearing impaired people over networks, including concerns regarding low throughput and bandwidth characteristics. Existing applications handle that task not appropriate, since either high bandwidth networks are necessary or the extensibility of the vocabulary is complicated for untrained users. Thereby our approach facilitates existing image recognition techniques for the determination of gestures which are
Abstract Expressionist New York, On View at MoMA
Find out more at http://www.moma.org/abexny Music courtesy of Ted Nash
Authors@Google: Jeff Goodell
Right now, a group of scientists is working on ways to minimize the catastrophic impact of global warming. But they're not designing hybrids or fuel cells or wind turbines. They're trying to lower the temperature of the entire planet - and fast. That takes imagination, inventiveness and the implementation of ideas that seem like plots ripped from zany Sci-Fi movies. It may sound outrageous, but these forward-thinking few are building huge contraptions that suck CO2 from the air, machines that br
Animations - charimages
Lecture 15 - 11/16/2010
Lecture 15 - 11/16/2010
North Devon coastline K021877 ILFRACOMBE, Devon. View of Ilfracombe and Hele Bay from Rillage Point.
ILFRACOMBE, Devon. View of Ilfracombe and Hele Bay from Rillage Point.
'Making the Case for Aid' Spencer Henson, IDS
Dangerous Ideas in Development 'Making the Case for Aid: the Challenge of UK Public Perceptions' 9 February 2010
Speakers: Spencer Henson, Research Fellow at IDS; Paul Mylrea, Director of Communications, Department for International Development; Sarah Woods and Cathie Mahoney at Comic Relief.
Aid budgets face immense pressure – despite the explicit commitments of the world’s industrialised countries to the Millennium Development Goals. With the world econo
Wendell Weeks, Chairman & CEO, Corning
The Darden Leadership Speaker Series welcomes Wendell Weeks, Chairman and CEO of Corning. Mr. Weeks speaks on "Managing Breakthrough Innovation". Corning is the world leader in specialty glass and ceramics. In its 159 year history, Corning has invented several breakthrough technologies that have enabled the way the worls works, day-in and day-out. Corning is ranked among the "World's Most Innovative Companies"/
Boiler Bytes: Galleries Art Cart
Purdue Galleries ArtCart provides hands-on art activities for area young people in the neighborhoods where they live - essentially a bookmobile for art. To inspire an understanding and appreciation of art in a time when arts activities in schools and field trips to cultural organizations are being curtailed for budgetary reasons, Purdue Galleries is taking a proactive approach to offer activities free of charge where young people live and play -- and do so in a "carnival" atmosphere that is live
Breakout Richard Lester Nulcear
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UMass Sport Management Sets the Standard
The Sport Management Department at UMass Amherst is recognized as one of the leading programs in the country, and it boasts a vast network of more than 3,000 alumni, including presidents, chief executives, general managers, conference commissioners and athletics directors. Distinguished graduates of the program, based in the Isenberg School of Management, tell their stories in this video.
"A Regular Row in the Backwoods."
The 1841 issue of the Crockett Almanac, named after the Tennessee backwoodsman, Davey Crockett, made famous by his self-serving tall tales, portrayed a rough rural sport." The inexpensive comic almanacs combined illustrated jokes on topical subjects with astrological and weather predictions. While presented here as a rllicking free-for-all
It's Your Time - Wilkes-Barre - Campus
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My Shoulder Surgery- Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair
Kit is an avid tennis player that has been sidelined by a shoulder injury. After seeing Dr. David Geier at MUSC Sports Medicine, she found out that she needed arthroscopic rotator cuff surgery to get back to playing her favorite sport. Follow Kit's story and see her surgery, physical therapy and recovery.
Lecture 08 - 10/19/2010
SCS25: Robotics at the Tipping Point
Moderated by Howie Choset, Professor, Robotics Institute Part of the 25th anniversary celebration of Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science, October 11, 2014 in Pittsburgh, PA. For more, visit: https://www.cs.cmu.edu/scs25
School Sport Survey 2007/08
This national survey was commissioned by the Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) to gather information relating to levels of pupil participation in Physical Education and School Sport (PESS) by 5 -16 year olds.