Introduction - Nell Ruby
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Anacostia River Project: Chapter 1 (Introduction)
Documentary, Film, Making-of, behind the scenes, environment, wildlife, public television, Anacostia, river, media literacy
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Introduction to Nanoscale Science: Surface Area to Volume Ratio Module
Many intriguing phenomena observed in the "nanoworld" can be attributed to the increase in the surface to volume ratio ( SVR ) at the nanoscale. Understanding the surface area effects to volume changes is thus crucial to the understanding of nanoscale phenomena and nanotechnology applications. As an introduction to the nanoworld, the major goals of this module are to (1) give students a feel for just how small the nanoscale is, (2) give students practice in mathematically communicating nanoscale
Author(s): Matthew Hsu,Valerie Maynard

Making Your Media Matter Conference 2010: Introduction (audio)
CSM - CSM Films - Making Your Media Matter Conference 2010: Introduction (audio) - American University > TEACHING AND LEARNING AT AU > Center for Social Media > CSM Films > Making Your Media Matter Conference 2010: Introduction (audio)
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Making Your Media Matter Conference 2010: Introduction (video)
CSM - CSM Films - Making Your Media Matter Conference 2010: Introduction (video) - American University > TEACHING AND LEARNING AT AU > Center for Social Media > CSM Films > Making Your Media Matter Conference 2010: Introduction (video)
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Introduction to Polar Coordinates
The student will be introduced to the definition of polar coordinates, how to graph them, and how to compare them to rectangular coordinates.
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Building a Paper Bridge: An Introduction to Problem Solving
This activity allows the student to explore problem solving strategies while working with a partner. This activity (building a paper bridge), requires students to question word definition and the application of those definitions. Through problem solving strategies, students discover the need for applying ...
Author(s): Steve Walston

Diminishing Conflict Series (2008) Introduction
This episode of Diminishing Conflict Series: Introduction by Robin Jeffrey
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Communal conflicts in Indonesia (Maluku, North Maluku and Central Sulawesi)
This episode of Diminishing Conflict Series: Communal conflicts in Indonesia (Maluku, North Maluku and Central Sulawesi) by John Braithwaite
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Simple Nature: An Introduction to Physics for Engineering and Physical Science Students
Simple Nature is a physics textbook intended for students in a three-semester introductory calculus-based course.
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Week 01 Lecture: Introduction
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Week 01 Lecture: Introduction
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Week 01 Lecture: Introduction
The first lecture introduces students to the course, the teaching staff, and the course themes. Richard and Alastair will share their views on teaching and learning, providing students with an opportunity to think about the ways they have learnt through primary and secondary school, into tertiary education. This lecture will also cover the assessment scheme, assessment tasks, and if time permits start on defining the central themes of the course: "environment", "society", and "resources".
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Week 01 Lecture: Introduction
The first lecture introduces students to the course, the teaching staff, and the course themes. Richard and Alastair will share their views on teaching and learning, providing students with an opportunity to think about the ways they have learnt through primary and secondary school, into tertiary education. This lecture will also cover the assessment scheme, assessment tasks, and if time permits start on defining the central themes of the course: "environment", "society", and "resources".
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Week 01 Lecture: Introduction and Policy Instruments
Richard and Peter introduce students to the course, central concepts, and teaching arrangements. The first lecture will provide an overview of the subject matter to be explored throughout the semester, the purpose of tutorials as a means for students to engage in deep conversation on the issues which are to be facilitated by students. The role of the supertutorial will be explained, a tool and support mechanism for tutorial facilitators to gather in the week prior to their facilitation for the p
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Week 04 Lecture: Introduction to what is planning and policy and the Australian Political System
This weeks lecture provides an introduction to policy, and provides an general overview to the Australian political landscape that relates to policy instruments. Who are the actors responsible for creating policy, how can policy cause change to happen? Richard provides his perspectives on this topic, drawing upon his experiences with working with policy in the Australian context.
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Week 01 Lecture: Introduction and Policy Instruments
Richard and Peter introduce students to the course, central concepts, and teaching arrangements. The first lecture will provide an overview of the subject matter to be explored throughout the semester, the purpose of tutorials as a means for students to engage in deep conversation on the issues which are to be facilitated by students. The role of the supertutorial will be explained, a tool and support mechanism for tutorial facilitators to gather in the week prior to their facilitation for the p
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Week 04 Lecture: Introduction to what is planning and policy and the Australian Political System
This weeks lecture provides an introduction to policy, and provides an general overview to the Australian political landscape that relates to policy instruments. Who are the actors responsible for creating policy, how can policy cause change to happen? Richard provides his perspectives on this topic, drawing upon his experiences with working with policy in the Australian context.
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Week 02 Lecture: Introduction to what is policy and the Australian political policy system
This weeks lecture provides an introduction to policy, and provides an general overview to the Australian political landscape that relates to policy instruments. Who are the actors responsible for creating policy, how can policy cause change to happen? Richard and Peter provide their perspectives on this topic, drawing upon their experiences with working with policy in the Australian context.
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Week 01 Lecture: Introduction and Policy Instruments
Richard and Peter introduce students to the course, central concepts, and teaching arrangements. The first lecture will provide an overview of the subject matter to be explored throughout the semester, the purpose of tutorials as a means for students to engage in deep conversation on the issues which are to be facilitated by students. The role of the supertutorial will be explained, a tool and support mechanism for tutorial facilitators to gather in the week prior to their facilitation for the p
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