Argumentation Ethics and Liberty: A Concise Guide Professor Hans-Hermann Hoppe burst onto the Austrolibertarian scene in the late 1980s, when he moved to the United States to study under and work with his mentor Murray Rothbard. Since his arrival, Professor Hoppe has produced a steady stream of pioneering contributions to economic and libertarian theory. A key contribution of Professor Hoppe is his provocative "argumentation-ethics" def
Professor Hans-Hermann Hoppe burst onto the Austrolibertarian scene in the late 1980s, when he moved to the United States to study under and work with his mentor Murray Rothbard. Since his arrival, Professor Hoppe has produced a steady stream of pioneering contributions to economic and libertarian theory. A key contribution of Professor Hoppe is his provocative "argumentation-ethics" def
ICTgids : Veilig online Met de publicatie Veilig Online wil de Vlaamse overheid scholen ondersteunen zodat zij op een veilige manier van de vele didactische mogelijkheden die ICT biedt, gebruik kunnen maken. De publicatie bevat …
Met de publicatie Veilig Online wil de Vlaamse overheid scholen ondersteunen zodat zij op een veilige manier van de vele didactische mogelijkheden die ICT biedt, gebruik kunnen maken. De publicatie bevat …
RYMT Plan an integrated lesson using communicative language teaching methodology
The print resource, activities and online tasks cover the skills and knowledge required to organise, stage a well-linked English language lesson with a communicative focus.
In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the approach to medicine was vastly different from today. Health is now recognised, at least in most European countries, as a universal right, but what was it like in the past? How did social and political boundaries affect access to treatment, and what were the treatments of the day? This unit examines how Scottish healthcare institutions were influenced by these underlying social, economic, political and cultural contexts.
Pine tree forest
The pine tree demonstrates the differences among gymnosperms and bryophytes and seedless vascular plants. Pine trees have separate cones with pollen and ovulates. Wind blows the pollen onto the ovulate cone and seeds are produced.
Project based learning in the public sector
Executive Doctorate (DBA) student Shahzad Orakzai is looking at project based learning and the transfer of knowledge between public and private sectors. Profile: http://bit.ly/mKqVgT
Choosing a Pyramid Site
Working in engineering project teams, students evaluate sites for the construction of a pyramid. They base their decision on site features as provided by a surveyor's report; distance from the quarry, river and palace; and other factors they deem important to the project based on their team's values and priorities.
Careers in Computer Science
Faculty members at Columbia University discuss career opportunities in Computer Science. (04:37)
The Other Water Cycle
For students that have already been introduced to the water cycle this lesson is intended as a logical follow-up. Students will learn about human impacts on the water cycle that create a pathway for pollutants beginning with urban development and joining the natural water cycle as surface runoff. The extent of surface runoff in an area depends on the permeability of the materials in the ground. Permeability is the degree to which water or other liquids are able to flow through a material. Differ
Research & Relevance: Ed Davis
Professor Ed Davis discusses his research on humanitarian disaster response and supply chain management. He sees the need for improved coordination of relief efforts from all sectors. He has worked with practitioners and businesses to help them formulate new ideas for solving problems. The Initiative for Business in Society (IBiS) is a research center dedicated to being the foremost global catalyst of thought, information and action on business' role in society. U.Va. Darden School of Business
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Students explore the physical and psychological effect of stress and tension on human beings. They develop their observing, thinking, writing and teamwork skills by working on a group art project and reporting about it. They learn about the stages of group formation, group dynamics and team member roles that make for effective teams. In the process, they discover how collective action can foster a sense of community support, which can alleviate personal feelings of stress and tension. Note: The
Oil Demand is Outpacing Supply
Dreyfus Natural Resources Fund's Robin Wehbe says their is not enough global oil supply to meet the demand from Asian countries and Western countries which are recovering from the economic downturn because supply is "essentially fixed at this point."
Money talks: June 13th 2011
Tail risks are cause for concern as America nears the end of QE2, Europe frets over Greek debt and the price of oil soars
Pharmacy school tests students in real-world scenarios
Students in the Harrison School of Pharmacy continue to consider the Objective Structured Clinical Exam to be one of the more difficult exams required in the school. But next year, the difficulty rises to a new level, with much more at stake than ever before -- graduation. Since 2005, with the start of a new curriculum, the school has used the OSCE (pronounced "ah-skee") to test students on the objectives covered each semester for three years in the skills lab course, Contemporary Aspects of P
If You're Happy and You Know It Animated Song with Words
Cute version of If You're Happy and Know It. Words appear at the bottom on of the screen while children are doing motions in background. Music plays but no one sings. This would be a good resource for an early childhood classroom. (1:02)
Photo Slideshow: UA Camp Teaches Youth the Art of Acting
The Wildcat Junior Drama Camp, part of UA's Arizona Youth University, teaches middle school students about the world of theatre arts. During the summer camp, students work on script and scene development and practice performing.