#6 Music theory: Interval Music Theory
This music theory lesson covers intervals, some basic musical signs, sharps and flats, dynamics as well as staccato and legato playing. (27:36)
#5 Music Theory: Reading sheet music
A music theory tutorial on how to read sheet music, the names of the clefs, the names of the notes.
Music Theory 101 -- The Treble Clef -- from ilearnmusic.com
This video will show you the basics of reading music using the treble clef. Shows t staff, treble clef, time signature, names of the lines and spaces on the staff. (2:30)
#15 Music Theory: Scale degrees, Tonic & Dominant
In this lesson on how to use scale degrees in music theory. I teach on the topic of tonic and dominant, but also the flow of music by using chord progressions.
English as a Second Language: General Practice
Practice for upper intermediate students of English as a Second Language.
Piano Lessons - Ear Training 101 Music Theory
From http://www.PlayPianoTODAY.com Download this program at: ( PlayPianoTODAY.com/et ) "Ear Training" - spend 5 minutes per day with this program and you'll dramatically increase your ability to play the piano by ear. Ear training, music theory - Check it out! (9:06)
Diabetes: ADA Guidelines & Clinical Practice
Reviews the classification, screening and diagnostic criteria of Diabetes. Reviews the acute and chronic complications. Describes pharmacologic agents available in the treatment of diabetes. Analyzes glycemic versus nonglycemic goals. Assesses lifestyle modifications and concurrent disease state management. Evaluates the patient's overall diabetes management given patient-specific cases. Relates above objectives to everyday clinical practice.
Addition - Timed Practice and Drill
Solve the addition facts before the time runs out. Offers timed addition fact practice for digits 1-10. Students are given a time limit to answer each question. The time limits become shorter as the student progresses. The time limits include 10 seconds, 8 seconds, 6 seconds, 5 seconds, 4 seconds, 3 seconds, and 2 seconds. Students are also able to take a 2 minute timed test and a 1 minute timed test.
Changing the Culture of the Academy: Toward a More Inclusive Practice
Mission Statement Changing the Culture of the Academy explores ways that the academy might incorporate the challenge of diversity as it pertains to its core mission and practice. Participants will consider new paradigms for rethinking the academy that are inclusive of various cultural and disciplinary traditions, learning styles and identities. This will include opening a dialogue about these issues across all disciplines, from the social sciences and humanities to the physical and life sciences
#4 Music theory: Note values and time signatures
A music theory tutorial on time signatures and note values. Time signatures 2/4, 3/4, and 4/4 are discussed. The names of note values and time length are demonstrated. Andrew writes out rhythms and claps them out.(28:52)
Leaving Cert. Exam Practice
Sample text and questions modeled on the Leaving Cert. format of questions, section A.
Evidence for the Big Bang Theory
This video segment adapted from NOVA tells the story of two scientists who inadvertently discovered microwave radiation that is now believed to be heat left over from the Big Bang.
Games to Practice Multiplication Facts
Students must think about the factors of each number as they play this game. Students quickly learn the value of selecting prime numbers as a strategy. The beauty of the game design is that students will review the factors of many numbers and mentally add the sum of these factors together in search of the "best move."
This site opens a window into the lives of American diplomats and U.S. foreign policy -- how it is formulated in Washington and implemented at our embassies abroad. Transcripts of more than 1,300 interviews with U.S. diplomatic personnel capture their experiences, motivations, personal analyses, and ...
Professional Practice in Libraries and Information Centers, Winter 2009
Builds on the conceptual framework of information needs and the use of information provided in SI 501. In that course the focus is on techniques that information professionals use to understand the needs of people who employ a wide variety of information systems.Emphasis is on professional practice. Professional practice occurs both in institutional settings (including public, academic, special, and school libraries and information centers) and directly between information professionals and clie
Game Theory, Fall 2008
This is a standard course in "game theory," designed with the School of Information MSI students as the primary audience. This course is the pre-requisite for several ICD courses. To be well-prepared for management, policy and analysis in the information professions you need to first have a solid grounding in game theory and its applications to problem solving. Thus, the primary objective is to teach you a set of useful theories and how to apply them to solve problems. The emphasis is on method
Networks: Theory and Application, Fall 2008
This course covers topics in network analysis, from social networks to applications in information networks such as the internet. It introduces basic concepts in network theory, discuss metrics and models, use software analysis tools to experiment with a wide variety of real-world network data, and study applications to areas such as information retrieval.
Utilization of Nursing Research in Advanced Practice, Summer 2008
The primary goal of this course is to promote an evidence-based approach to advanced nursing practice. Evidenced-based research findings for nursing practice will be evaluated in terms of racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic relevance. An understanding of the research process, applicable theories, organizational dynamics, and leadership functions are applied to design and process of implementing research in health care settings.
This course is an introduction to game theory and strategic thinking. Ideas such as dominance, backward induction, Nash equilibrium, evolutionary stability, commitment, credibility, asymmetric information, adverse selection, and signaling are discussed and applied to games played in class and to examples drawn from economics, politics, the movies, and elsewhere.
Introduction to Theory of Literature
This is a survey of the main trends in twentieth-century literary theory. Lectures will provide background for the readings and explicate them where appropriate, while attempting to develop a coherent overall context that incorporates philosophical and social perspectives on the recurrent questions: what is literature, how is it produced, how can it be understood, and what is its purpose?