Faces of Your Gift - Kyla Sask
Kyla describes how gaining a scholarship greatly impacted her pursuit for academic excellence.
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Technology has significantly impacted American life. Children today grow up with a profusion of electronic wonders. Technology use in schools has lagged behind technological uses in society as a whole. As school districts strive to meet public expectations for technology use, school budgets devote significant dollars to technology related initiatives designed to improve student achievement. While money has been spent on technology, districts struggle to document improvement in student achievemen
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 In this podcast Professor Paul Crawford from the School of Nursing and Midwifery explains how better communication strategies can help improve the reputation of the health service.

This is in response to criticism of a number of hospitals in the UK.

Professor Crawford holds the UK's first personal chair in Health Humanities at The University of Nottingham resulting from his contribution in leading intern
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Registrarism Ep.9 - Swine flu
 In this podcast, Dr Paul Greatrix reacts to reports in the media, suggesting universities could cancel Fresher Week in response to Swine Flu.

The Registrar outlines what is being done to mitigate the effects of Swine Flu and why such media reports are anything but helpful.

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KETTLEWELL, North Yorkshire. Panoramic view of field barns in the landscape.


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Medical Response to Weapons of Mass Destruction: Nerve Agents: Sarin - Mechanisms of Action
This presentation discusses the chemical mechanisms of action of nerve agents and their antidotes. Medical Response to Weapons of Mass Destruction, A Course on Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Warfare for Healthcare Providers, was the first of its kind following the devastating events of 2001. This Web-based course combines Medantic Technology's didactic presentations and Medulator virtual patient cases delivered via a custom learning management system. Originally published for Medantic Technol
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Plain Polly: Adding relevant details
This instructional technique creates a lasting visual image of how relevant details help develop a character and a focus. Students learn to add only details that are related to the main idea of a "Plain Polly" stick figure. These mascots serve as reminders to students to be selective with the details they use to support their main idea.
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Building Peace
Bruce Kent, ordained a Catholic minister in 1958, became general secretary of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) in 1980 and chairman in 1987, the year he resigned from the ministry. In this video segment, he challenges the damaging spin that secretary for defense Lord Michael Heseltine used to undermine CND rather than engage in public debate about nuclear policy. Kent also refutes accusations that CND was in support of 'one-sided,' full unilateral disarmament. Instead, he argues for 's
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Electrochemistry Resources
This is a general interest website in electrochemistry, offering answers to many common questions. Sections include impedance spectroscopy, quartz crystal microbalance, reference electrodes, simulation voltammetry, potentiostats and handling of mercury. A list of web and book references is available, as is a \\\\\\\"contact us\\\\\\\" tab for questions to the author.
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Slowing the Flow
In this hands-on OLogy activity, kids learn how the mammalian diving reflex works to help both land and sea mammals survive in cold water. The activity begins with a kid-friendly look at the way all mammals' bodies respond similarly when exposed to cold water. The illustrated, step-by-step directions show kids how to test the effect cold water has on their circulation by measuring their pulse before and after they plunge their faces into icy water. It includes a fast fact about how the mammalian
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Immunology, Winter 2008
General Learning Objectives for Immunology 1. To understand the structural and genetic basis of diversity and specificity of immunoglobulins and T cell receptors. 2. To understand the utility of antibodies in many clinical tests for proteins, hormones, etc. 3. To understand the events that hallmark the antigen-independent and antigen-dependent phases of B cell differentiation. 4. To understand the diversity of MHC molecules, and how that diversity differs from immunoglobulin and T cell rece
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Essential Science for Teachers: Earth and Space Science
In-depth interviews with children that uncover their ideas about the topic at hand.,The interviewer identifies the student's ideas about the interior of the earth being made up of hot magma by asking her to draw a picture. When the student mentions volcanoes, the interviewer probes further to ask her to explain what a volcano is.
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Digital Library Object - FM 21-5 1941 (OBSOLETE) : Basic field manual, military training.
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More for Me Does Not Mean Better for Us

In the Wisconsin labor dispute, now increasingly spreading nationwide, I have lost count of the times union defenders have justified their position based on little more than the assertion that some union benefitted them or some member of their family — followed by the conclusion that all Americans must therefore gain. Unfortunately, that "logic" is invalid. A policy that gives me more
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