Teaching WW1 Literature: Vivien Noakes
Vivien Noakes 'Blasting the Canon' Vivien Noakes 'Blasting the Canon' part of the Teaching World War One Literature conference, Oxford University, 12/11/07.
Virtual Maths - Basic Structures, shear force uniformly distributed load
Interactive simulation, demonstrating shear force, uniformly distributed load
Expansion finance for social impact
Philanthropy has too often remained trapped in the ‘small is beautiful’ world of social innovation – while for-profit-investors have striven to avoid any taint of compromising returns for social impact. A growing set of trailblazers is mobilising significant pools of capital to deploy for social impact. In the process they are reinventing the way that philanthropic and for-profit capital is used for social and environmental benefit.
If You're Happy & You Know It
While you are watching this video, your children will not be able to stop them from joining right in. They will definitely be happy and you know it! Watch and enjoy.
Ecosystems and Human Well-Being
Garry Peterson, a professor in McGill's Department of Geography and School of Environment, looks at what the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment reveals about the state of the world and what ecological futures are possible.
Leading the fight against AIDS
Mark Wainberg, microbiologist, identified one of the most effective AIDS drugs, and served as president of the International AIDS Society, becoming a prominent voice on the world stage. Meet a researcher turned activist.
Episode 90: The Cost of A Life: Peter Singer on Ending World Poverty Philosopher and ethicist Peter Singer puts forward his vision of how individuals can take an ethical and just approach to tackling world poverty. With host Jennifer Cook. Peter Singer -
Philosopher and ethicist Peter Singer puts forward his vision of how individuals can take an ethical and just approach to tackling world poverty. With host Jennifer Cook.
Peter Singer -
Open Access, Open Education
Presentazione per Apriti Settimo su open access, open education e open science
This Unit looks at the work of William Beveridge in reforming the field of social welfare after World War II. Particular attention is paid to the attitude towards women and immigrants to the United Kingdom.