Holloway Poetry Series- Arthur Sze
Holloway Series in Poetry
Types of qualitative research
This RLO outlines the variety of types of qualitative research that there are. It's aimed primarily at students studying evidence based practice and research methods.
Subcutaneous injection techniques
To gain an understanding of the issues associated with Subcutaneous injection techniques.
MIDWAY JOURNEY - Plastic Beach Pollution
In the Greek mythology, Sisyphus was a king who was cursed to roll a
huge boulder up a hill, only to watch it roll back down, and to repeat
this throughout eternity.
A beach cleanup on Midway Atoll made us feel just like Sisyphus.
are millions of tons of plastics present in our oceans, and these are
constantly fragmenting into smaller and smaller pieces which are
scattered throughout the water column and present, in different
Going Green with Dan Phillips (1 of 4)
A story about Dan Phillips of Phoenix Commotion, a company that helps the working poor build houses out of recycled materials.
Moving and handling in emergency situations
This RLO introduces students to the principles and practice associated with moving a patient/client in an emergency situation, by revising and applying the principles of moving and handling to such scenarios
Describes the inflammatory response - a series of local cellular and vascular responses which are triggered when the body is injured or invaded by micro-organisms or antigen.
Arterial tortuosity as phenotype for environmental and genetic causes of vascular disease
Speaker: Karl Diedrich, Utah
I Love Photographing Cars - Mike Valente, Professional Photographer
Mike Valente is one of the UK’s leading car photographers. Although not conventially trained as a photographer he has now accumulated over 30 years experience in his field. Mike shoots in studio and on location and is now working on various future projects including the 2012 olympics.
The Reform of the International Financial System: a proposal with the lessons from the crisis
A crisis that has impoverished the world has shown the need for an enhanced rules-based framework for the international financial system. More transparency, better regulation, incentives and oversight and a more in depth understanding of the implications of increased financial interdependence in a globalized world are the basis for the reforms needed.
1.7 Interlude Now that we have covered the features found in igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks, and seen how these features can be explained by the processes that formed the rocks, here is a useful point at which to have a break before continuing with the next section. Before returning, you might like to see for yourself what types of rock you can find in your area. Can you identify their texture, or spot any fossils? Surfaces that haven't been obscured by grime or lichens are by far the best, as
Now that we have covered the features found in igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks, and seen how these features can be explained by the processes that formed the rocks, here is a useful point at which to have a break before continuing with the next section. Before returning, you might like to see for yourself what types of rock you can find in your area. Can you identify their texture, or spot any fossils? Surfaces that haven't been obscured by grime or lichens are by far the best, as
Benchmarks, canal's and Pillboxes
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TED402 Session 3 Spring 2011
TED402 Educational Psychology Session Three 02/09/11 Jeff Miller
Sussex Development Lecture, Ed Clay (ODI) speaks on 'Why Doesn't Untying Aid Work'
Sussex Development Lecture: Why doesn't the untying of aid work? Ed Clay, senior research associate at the Overseas Development Institute (ODI).
Faced with financial pressures, some governments are looking again at the possibilities of linking aid and trade. In addition, there is the challenge posed by emerging economies such as China and India, who are clear about tying all their investment funding. Based on findings from a two year OECD investigation, Edward will examine issu
Picturing Poverty: London past and present
From Charles Booth's 19th century maps and early photographs of East End tenements, to rich-poor divides in Hackney, this discussion will consider old and new ways of seeing poverty - understanding the underlying political processes that serve to reproduce and reduce it. Sue Donnelly is head of Archives at LSE. Mishka Henner is a photographic artist. Gillian Rose is professor of cultural geography at the Open University. Mike Seaborne is senior curator of photographs at the Museum of London.
Art And The Limits Of The Political
A series of three lectures examining the proposition that contemporary art can go beyond transforming our understanding of the political and build new forms of political and social relations.
Egypt heralds first day post-Mubarak
Egyptians continue their celebrations, a day after the 30-year rule of Hosni Mubarak came to an end.
Kandori Shizuka - Japanese for Peace - Nuclear disarmament forum
Opening remarks: Statement by Japanese for Peace Kandori Shizuka Japanese for Peace. Who will stop nuclear next use? A public forum on nuclear disarmament organised by the Australia-Japan Civil Society Cooperation for Nuclear Disarmament, Nautilus Institute. Kandori Shizuka talks about her inspiration to join Japanese for Peace, her experience in teaching students in Australia about Hiroshima and Nagasaki and her own understanding of the events of World War II.
The Princess and the Dragon
The Significance of Reconstruction after the Civil War in American history
Reconstruction after the Civil War is the least-known era in the American past. Professor Foner explains why an understanding of reconstruction is essential to knowledge of the course of American history, and American society today.