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HUMAN CULTURE AND NAVIGATION Richard Feinberg 11:06 Professor, Department of Anthropology Kent State University Introduced by Silvia Benedito 04:26 Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture Harvard Graduate School of Design Q&A 41:06
OER Visualisation Project: Exploring UKOER/JORUM via OAI with Google Refine and visualising with Gou
This resource describes the steps required to harvest OAI-PMH repository data using Google Refine, cleaning/reconciling records around a pivot (in this instance institution names), before exporting a log file compatible the repository visualisation tool Gource.
Working with International Data on Government Finances
This is a case study including graphs and sources, aimed at introductory economics students, showing how to obtain, transform and interpret international data, using for its example a comparison of government finance between six countries.
Hospitalized Pele tells fans, "I am ok"
Brazilian soccer great Pele has sent a video recording to fans throughout the world, reassuring them of his healthy recovery. Rough Cut (no reporter narration) Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international
3.8.2 Assess the effectiveness of your strategy If you were asked to assess how effective your planning, researching, monitoring and evaluating have been in improving your learning and performance, what would be your assessment? You may comment on factors that impacted on your learning, for example the feedback you received from your tutor or manager, a workshop you attended, or discussions with other students or colleagues. Other factors might be your improved awareness of what you are trying to achieve or having a structured approach to
If you were asked to assess how effective your planning, researching, monitoring and evaluating have been in improving your learning and performance, what would be your assessment? You may comment on factors that impacted on your learning, for example the feedback you received from your tutor or manager, a workshop you attended, or discussions with other students or colleagues. Other factors might be your improved awareness of what you are trying to achieve or having a structured approach to
CIO Council Vision Video
Check out our look into the future at Harvard as we execute on the strategic plan put together by the CIO Council
Undergraduate research | CHAR Life Scholars
Public Health and Human Sciences senior Jonathan Wymore talks undergraduate research and the power of mentors.
Segregated Schooling in South Carolina
In 1950, a group of black parents in Clarendon County, South Carolina filed a lawsuit to equalize education for their children. Encouraged by the NAACP and a local minister, the Reverend Joseph Armstrong De Laine, the case became part of the landmark 1954 Brown v. Board of Education ruling. In this video segment, the Reverend De Laine's children, Joseph De Laine Jr. and Ophelia De Laine Gona, recall conditions in their segregated school. (2:47)
The West Central Africans
This full-length video program explores 17th-century West Central African culture and society, the interaction between Europeans and Africans, and the arrival of the first Africans at Jamestown, Virginia in August, 1619. (7:47)
The West Central Africans: Government and Religion (Segment I)
In late August 1619, an English privateer, the White Lion arrived at Point Comfort in Virginia with "20 and odd Negroes." Possessing only their knowledge, beliefs and customs, they were traded for supplies and became part of the workforce for the new Jamestown colony. These were the first documented Africans to arrive in Virginia. Africans would play a key role in the survival of the Jamestown colony and contribute to the evolution of the rich cultural diversity found in our country today. (2:04
The West Central Africans: Practice of Slavery (Segment III)
The West Central Africans brought a highly defined culture to Jamestown, Virginia including their strong Christianity, knowledge of metalworking and experience with grain and tobacco agriculture. These Africans played a pivotal role in the economic success of the country and ultimately shaped our rich cultural diversity today. (1:33)
The West Central Africans: Culture, Economy and Society (Segment II)
The people of Kongo and Ndongo spoke languages in the Bantu family. The people of Kongo spoke Kikongo and people of Ndongo spoke Kimbundu. Similar languages are spoken today in Angola and the Democratic Republic of Congo. These languages were oral and not written. The arrival of the Portuguese influenced these languages. Many native speakers incorporated Portuguese words into their daily speech or even learned to speak, read and write Portuguese. (3:20)
In this video from Faces of America, we learn about comedian Stephen Colbert and his Irish Ancestors, the Tucks. The Tucks left Ireland during the Great Potato Famine of the mid-nineteenth century. There are almost no records of the Tucks, but we find out that they were tenant farmers, like most Irish Catholics at that time. While still living in Ireland, they endured great hardships under the then British rule including laws prohibiting Irish Catholics from practicing their faith, buying l
This video segment adapted from NOVA tells a historical version of what may have happened when John Smith was captured by the Powhatan people, and then was rescued by Native American princess Pocahontas. Although one of Smith's later accounts of the event introduced the now popular belief that Pocahontas rescued Smith for romantic love, historians also look to his earlier, different account to try to determine what really happened. One version that some historians believe may be closer
The Decision to Use the Atomic Bomb
Through newsreel footage, archival photos, and interviews, this video segment adapted from American Experience traces the decision-making process that led President Harry Truman to order the dropping of atomic bombs on two Japanese cities in August 1945. Contributing to his decision were the belief that the Japanese were unwilling to surrender, a concern for American lives, a limited knowledge of the atomic bomb's devastating effects, and a failure to consider other options that might
The Exchange Student
In this video segment from the American Experience: "Freedom Riders" Web site, watch newsreel footage and interviews and see archival photos to gain insight into the white college students who became active in the struggle for African Americans' civil rights. Jim Zwerg tells how he became one of the Freedom Riders, a decision that led to his estrangement from his parents and a beating at the hands of an Alabama mob. (4:50)
*Warning: This video includes language that is considered
In this video segment adapted from the American Experience "Freedom Riders" Web site, watch newsreel footage and interviews and see archival photos to explore one Southern politician's opposition to ending illegal discrimination and segregation against African Americans in the early 1960s. Alabama Governor John Patterson would not honor Attorney General Robert Kennedy's request to ensure the safety of the Freedom Riders, and even refused to take a phone call from President John Kennedy
In this video segment from the American Experience: "Freedom Riders" Web site, watch interviews and newsreel footage and see archival photos to learn how Mahatma Gandhi, the leader in the struggle for an independent India, inspired and influenced those engaged in the struggle to end racial discrimination in the United States. Gandhi's use of nonviolence had allowed the people of India to win independence from Great Britain in 1947. While Gandhi declined an invitation from American civil rig
The Young Witness
In this video segment adapted from the American Experience: "Freedom Riders" Web site, watch interviews and newsreel footage and see archival photos to learn about the response of one young Southerner to her community's violent confrontation with the Freedom Riders in May 1961. Janie Forsyth, a 12-year-old girl living on the outskirts of Anniston, Alabama, was moved to assist injured Freedom Riders when their bus was firebombed outside her father's grocery store. Her action earned her the h