Global Conflict Conference Public Panel Session on the Civil War
Saturday, March 5, 2011, College of Charleston Public Panel Discussion: What we (should) remember about the Civil War, and how and why we (should) remember it Panel was chaired by CLAW director Vernon Burton, and featured the following speakers: College of Charleston historians E. Lee Drago and Theodore (Ted) Rosengarten; National Trust for Historic Preservation program officer Joseph McGill; National Park Service Gullah/Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor coordinator Michael Allen; Duke Unive
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Hannes Hirzel
HTML5 capable browsers provide a storage of data for each web site or web application. For many years cookies have been used for this but the amount of data is limited. Under the property name […]

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Crohns Disease Module 5: Medical Follow-Up
Questions addressed in this module include: Why do we need follow-up appointments with clinicians? What kind of routine should we develop? Should we discuss vaccinations, flu shots, or screenings?
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Thomas Hardy's First Writing Career
Learn how Thomas Hardy rose from the lower classes to the upper class in London where he realized he wanted to write poetry for a living. (06:00)
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Exploring the Forces of Tension
Students review their knowledge of tension and focus on tensile loads and failure caused by them.
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John Muncie presents a series of opposing views about the purpose, efficacy and regulation of CCTV. The audio programme was recorded in 1994.

Participants in the audio programme were:

  • John Muncie Professor of Criminology at The Open University;

  • Bob Patison Superintendent with the Newcastle Police force;

  • Andrew Puddephat General Secretary of Liberty (civil rights organisation);


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The Balkan Sight of the Mediterranean
"The Balkan Sight of the Mediterranean." Gazmend Kapllani, Journalist and author. Part of the "The Connecting Sea: Charting the Mediterranean Across the Disciplines," and the LSA Theme Semester on Water. Co-sponsor: Modern Greek Program. The European Union Center at the University of Michigan is a European Commission-designated EU Center of Excellence.
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The week ahead: March 24th 2011
The conflict continues in Libya, a government shutdown looms in America and the 157th Oxford-Cambridge boat race takes place in London
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"Tax Issues in the NBA, MLB, and NFL" - Joe McNulty
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In this module we introduce coherence, which provides a more computationally friendly alternative to conditions such as the spark, NSP, or RIP. We briefly describe the theoretical relationship […]

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EMOIS Nancy 2011 - Enquête précarité 2008 – Evaluation de la précarité au CHRU de Lille

Enquête précarité 2008 – Evaluation de la précarité au regard de l’ENCc au CHRU de Lille
Auteur(s) : X. Lenne1, C. Lauerière1, A. Bruandet1, C. Guillet2, D. Piveteau2, D. Theis1
1 Département d’Information Médicale, Clinique de Santé Publique, CHRU de Lille
2 Délégation au Contrôle de Gestion Stratégique, Direction de la Stratégie et des activités,
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Looking At Learning ...Again, Part 2: Workshop 4. Conceptual Change
With Dr. Peter Hewson. In this workshop, we explore the role played by prior knowledge in the learning of new science ideas. Only when a new idea is understood, accepted, and found to be useful does it begin to be exchanged for a previously held scientific belief. The workshop examines how teachers’ ideas about teaching and learning may be altered as they engage students in strategies designed to promote conceptual change.,This interview discusses the conceptual change model. Peter Hewson, a sc
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Essential Science for Teachers: Life Science: Session 5. Variation, Adaptation, and Natural Selectio
What causes variation among a population of living things? How can variation in one generation influence the next generation? In this session, variation in a population will be examined as the “raw material” upon which natural selection acts.,Students use B. rappa to study plant variation in height. The questions posed to students are, "What causes the variation in plant height? What are some advantages of tall and short plants?" The students collect data and look at the mean, mode, etc.
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Science in Focus: Energy: Workshop 1. What is Energy
Interviews about energy with children, scientists, and people on the street reveal the wide range of concepts that teachers encounter. In this session, you will look at the differences between the everyday language of energy and the scientific concept, see highlights of its history, and learn its importance in our understanding of the world.,Students and scientists explore the question "Where does energy come from?"
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21. Friedrich August von Hayek’s Model of Society and His Theory of Cultural Evolution
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