DRC Plenary: Joan Snyder, 2010-11 Estelle Lebowitz Visiting Artist-in-Residence
Wednesday, February 28, 2011 Joan Snyder received the MacArthur Fellowship Award (popularly known as the "Genius Award") in 2007, and her paintings have been exhibited widely throughout the United States. She founded the Women Artist Series at Douglass College in 1971 (which has since then been renamed the Mary H. Dana Women Artist Series). A concurrent survey exhibition of her small paintings from 1965-2010, Joan Snyder/Intimate Works, is on view at the Mabel Smith Douglass Library Galleries t
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Quantitative Skills Assessment of Geoscience Courses
The importance of quantitative skills in earth science education is the primary subject addressed by this website. This website is not a quantitative course, however this document does provide numerous useful techniques that can be employed in a variety of other coursework to advance the quantitative skills of the student. The first section of this website presents a checklist that can be used to develop exercises which will focus on specific quantitative applications and evaluations. Skills add
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Gerry Wright on the Michael G Degroote Institute for Infectious Disease Research
Gerry Wright, director of the Michael G Degroote Institute for Infectious Disease Research at McMaster University, talks about the work performed in his lab and by his colleagues.
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IP19 Postboxes
A collection of postboxes in postcode IP19
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3.1 Refrigeration and chlorofluorocarbons
Global warming: are we responsible? Is our environmental impact damaging the planet? This unit examines the use of ozone depleting technology, the impact of fossil fuel use and explores how the development of technology can influence the direction of a society. From the Industrial Revolution to the present day find out how we have changed the planet.
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Dress for Success
In this design activity, students investigate materials engineering as it applies to weather and clothing. The students will design and analyze different combinations of materials for effectiveness in specific weather conditions. Analysis will include simulation of temperature, wind and wetness elements, as well as the functionality and durability of the final prototype.
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Text discussion and exercise: National Good Neighbour Day
At the end of this lesson you can work out from the instructions how you can contribute to security and well-being in your local area.
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Stargazing
This OLogy activity introduces kids to the joys and challenges of stargazing. The activity sets the stage by telling kids that there hidden among the night sky's thousands of stars are constellations and planets. To help them search out these constellations and planets, it provides helpful guidelines and resources for stargazing. These include tips for distinguishing stars from airplanes, satellites, meteors, and planets; a detailed map of the night sky; and directions for recording observations
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מה זה לוויין?
מידע על לוויינים: למה הם משמשים? היכן הם נמצאים? כיצד משגרים אותם לחלל?
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The Language of Algebra
This site provides a brief review of many aspects of algebraic language and use, from symbol sets and fractions to exponents and factoring. Intended as a reference for students already familiar with algebra, it is the first section of the online text Introductory Statistics: Concepts, Models, and Applications. This resource is part of the Teaching Quantitative Skills in the Geosciences collection. http://serc.carleton.edu/quantskills/
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CSI Surveillance Footage
This is the surveillance footage for our CSI Project
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Global Wonders: Hello Song With Sing a Long
This is a cute animated video about different ways to say hello. The words to the song are displayed on screen and each word is highlighted as it is sung. Real photographs of children and people from different parts of the world are shown with their greeting word shown in their language. Content is appropriate for elementary students. (1:40)
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Solving Energy Problems
The culminating energy project is introduced and the technical problem solving process is applied to get the students started on the project. By the end of the class, the students should have a good perspective on what they have already learned and what they still need to learn to complete the project.
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3.1 Three interpretative methods
Accounts of Caravaggio's life are filled with suggestions of murder and intrigue. But does knowing more about this dark artist's experiences help us to interpret his art? Or does understanding his motivations cloud their true meaning? This unit explores the biographical monograph, one of the most common forms of art history writing.
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"Understanding Lasers and Fiberoptics, Spring 2008"
"Lasers are essential to an incredibly large number of applications. Today, they are used in bar code readers, compact discs, medicine, communications, sensors, materials processing, computer printers, data processing, 3D-imaging, spectroscopy, navigation, non-destructive testing, chemical processing, color copiers, laser "shows", and in the military. There is hardly a field untouched by the laser. But what exactly is so unique about lasers that makes them so effective? This brief video course i
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Bee inside flower retrieving nectar
The bee obtains nectar from the flower to make into honey. During this process, the bee is covered in pollen that will be transferred to other flowers for reproduction. Both the bee and the flower benefit from this process.
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Lees- en schrijfoefening: The sobering truth
Cursisten leren provocerend taalgebruik te herkennen als een manier om een gesprekspartner te overreden en het zelf te hanteren in een specifieke context
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Eco-living
De hoofdgedachten in drie teksten over alternatieve levensstijlen met elkaar vergelijken.
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Practice tests for postgraduate medical training
This module is based on a book produced by the Ecuadorian Association of Medical Faculties. Materials are reproduced with permisson. These are practice tests intended for Ecuadorian postgraduate medical training. The module will cover topics like: anatomy, anesthesiology, biochemestry, general surgery, embryology, epidemiology, pharmacology, physiology, genetics, gynecology & obstetrics, histology, internal medicine, medical statistics, microbiology, parasitology, pathology, pediatrics, psychiat
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