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Jeff Gold Inaugural Lecture
Jeff Gold Inaugural Lecture
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John Adams
John Adams was the 2nd U.S. President. He was born in Braintree, Massachusetts, in 1735. Before he became president, John Adams helped put the Declaration of Independence together, and helped work out a peace agreement that ended the Revolutionary War.This is a video clip. (2:01)
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4.3 Task 2: Making effective notes
Even if you feel confident using English in everyday situations, studying in English at higher education level might present extra challenges. This unit provides an opportunity for you to reflect on your English language skills through a series of academic exercises.
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Byrne Administration: Interview with Dan Gaby (July 12, 2007)
This interview is a part of the Eagleton Institute for Politics's Program on the Governor. For more information please visit their website: http://governors.rutgers.edu/
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The Tsar Liberates Europe? Russia against Napoleon, 1807-1814
In 1812-14 Alexander I defeated Napoleon's invasion of Russia and then created and led a European alliance all the way to Paris. This lecture explains why and how he did this. It discusses Russian grand strategy, diplomacy and espionage, as well as the tsarist military machine, and the mobilisation of the home front. In both Western and Russian historiography the Russian achievement in 1813-14 is greatly underestimated, which seriously distorts understanding of European power politics and the ca
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Apple CEO Steve Jobs meets Obama
Technology executives including Apple CEO Steve Jobs meet with U.S. President Barack Obama at a private meeting in California.
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Executive MSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Alan Smart (Programme Director) introduces Cranfield's two-year modular Executive MSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management. To find out more about this Masters programme, visit www.cranfieldmsc.biz/elog
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Mathematics Framework for the 2009 National Assessment of Educational Progress
This is an assessment framework, not a curriculum framework. In broad terms, this framework attempts to answer the question: What mathematics should be assessed in 2009 on NAEP at grades 4, 8 and 12? The answer to this question must necessarily take into account the constraints of a large-scale assessment such as NAEP, with its limitations on time and resources. Of critical importance is the fact that this document does not attempt to answer the question: What mathematics should be taught (or ho
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Possibility Scholars
The first three students who received a Possibility Scholarship when they enrolled in Oswego four years ago will graduate this May. Nicole VanDeuson '14, a zoology major from Syracuse; KC VerHage '14, a biology and psychology major from Syracuse; and Sean Willson '14, a computer science major from Syracuse were honored at the 2014 honors convocation ceremony at Oswego on April 11.
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Science Studio vol 002 - Topic: Anitbacterial Clay - Guests: Lynda Williams & Shelley Haydel
Course - Group - Science Studio vol 002 - Topic: Anitbacterial Clay - Guests: Lynda Williams & Shelley Haydel - Arizona State University > Science Studio > Science Studio vol 002 - Topic: Anitbacterial Clay - Guests: Lynda Williams & Shelley Haydel
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What's For Dinner? Teaching Arctic Food Chains (Beyond Penguins and Polar Bears Podcast Episode 5)
We already know why polar bears don't eat penguins, but what do they eat? In this episode, we'll share a simple activity that opens a window to understanding a unique ecosystem as one example of a food chain - the Arctic Ocean.
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Music to Our Ears
This lesson allows students to visualize early musical influences of African-Americans in jazz and understand the impact of this music/dance. This lesson is based on the understanding that students have already been exposed to news reel as primary source documents in the Social Studies classroom (this can be done in succession with Lesson #1 and#2 or as a stand alone lesson during African-American History Month or during another teacher-chosen unit).
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Design it Yourself Glycolysis
This interactive exercise is intended to help you understand why glycolysis has evolved to the form that we can observe in living cells and how it is so efficient that it seems to resemble a designed process. THIS IS NOT A QUIZ - when presented with options you should choose the wrong answers to gain maximum understanding.
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Climate Variability
Atmospheric scientists investigating the possibility that human influences are changing the Earth's climate confront a significant problem - how do we actually detect climate change? As they participate in this classroom activity, students will develop the understanding that long-term climate averages are the result of significant annual climate variability and that random climate variability makes detecting climate change more difficult. A list of materials, instructions, assessment ideas, and
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Earth Science and Technology Week
Since October 1998, the American Geological Institute has organized this national and international event to help the public gain a better understanding and appreciation for the Earth Sciences and to encourage stewardship of the Earth.
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Size Matters: Introduction to Nanoscience
This unit provides an introduction to nanoscience, focusing on concepts related to the size and scale, unusual properties of the nanoscale, tools of the nanosciences, and example applications. Upon completing this unit, students will understand: The study of unique phenomena at the nanoscale could vastly change our understanding of matter and lead to new questions and answers in many areas, including health care, the environment, and technology: There are enormous scale differences in our univer
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Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Instructional Guide
This Instructional Guide has been developed to provide instructors using the Environmental Impact Assessment Course Module with an understanding of the design of the Module so that they can customise the its material and assessment to the needs of their learners and location.
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Hug by Jez Alborough-Read Aloud
In this brief video, Jez Alborough's book Hug is read aloud. This wonderfully drawn tail tells the story of a little monkey looking for one simple thing -- a hug. How can it be that a book with only one word-hug-repeated throughout, can be so good? This book shows a baby chimpanzee on the hunt for his mum and a cuddle. Our little friend wanders through
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American Experience: The Panama Canal
On August 15, 1914, the Panama Canal opened connecting the world's two largest oceans and signaling America's emergence as a global superpower. The story of the canal features a delightful cast of colorful characters ranging from an indomitable President to visionary engineers to tens of thousands of workers from around the world, rigidly segregated by race. (01:22:11)
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La Cité de Dieu, après-demain ? (video)

Quand Rome est mise à sac le 24 août 410, des voix se lèvent s’interrogeant sur les raisons d’un tel désastre et sur le devenir de Rome. Demain qu’adviendra t-il de la Roma aeterna ? Déconcerté par ce pillage et soucieux d’éclairer les jugements, Saint Augustin décide alors de mener à bien son projet déjà ancien de composer une fresque théologique.

Il compose ainsi La cité de Dieu, œuvre qui oppose la cité terrestre et la cité céleste et qui
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