Computer Navigated TKA
Duke's Donald F. O'Malley Jr, MD, discusses computer-assisted total knee replacement surgery as part of the Duke Raleigh Hospital's Healthy Focus community education series.
Would-Be Teachers' Competence in Applying ICT: Exposition and Preconditions for Development
Changes in educational technologies modify the role of the teacher and require new competencies. Scientific literature describes competence in using ICT as the wholeness of two structural components - basic and educational ICT competence. The conception has been considered conducting research on would-be teachers' competence in applying ICT. The article deals with the exposition of would-be teachers' competence in applying ICT in the process of teaching practice and focuses on the impact of stud
Designed-Based Research and Technology Enhanced Learning Environments
During the past decade, design-based research has demonstrated its potential as a methodology suitable to both research and design of technology-enhanced learning environments (TELEs). In this paper, we define and identify characteristics of design-based research, describe the importance of design-based research for the development of TELEs, propose principles for implementing design-based research with TELEs, and discuss future challenges of using this methodology.
Buying into the holiday season
Summary of business headlines: Chain store sales rise; Adobe raises forecast; Stocks move to new highs; Cold weather drives oil prices higher.
Pakistan tests nuclear missile
Pakistan tests a nuclear capable missile in a launch that it says demonstrates its defence capabilities.
Video: Ingrid Betancourt talks about FARC
Guerillas belonging to the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, known as FARC, kidnapped Ingrid Betancourt as she campaigned for the Colombian presidency in 2002. She was held captive six years in Colombia’s rain forest until she was liberated in 2008 with 14 other hostages in a daring rescue staged by the Colombian army. Listen tokeep reading »
Shorenstein Center Workshop: Crisis Mapping
Nicco Mele, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy; and Clay Shirky, Visiting Murrow Lecturer
Advanced Leadership Initiative at Harvard University
A short video showcasing some of the Advanced Leadership Initiative fellows. The Advanced Leadership Fellowship is designed to enhance and leverage the skills of highly accomplished, experienced leaders who want to apply their talents to solve significant social problems, including those affecting health and welfare, children and the environment, and focus on community and public service in the next phase of their careers. http://www.advancedleadership.harvard.edu/
Intel beats, but faces heat
Summary of business headlines: Intel reports fourth-quarter results; Bernanke lifts forecast; Top Wall Street bankers compete for AIG role; Judge approves Madoff settlement. Stocks snap two-day rally.
Table ronde : intervention de Sophie Ernst
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Paratoi aseiniadau (Preparing assignments)
Efallai y byddwch yn teimlo ar goll pan gewch eich aseiniad cyntaf ond peidiwch â phoeni, nid oes disgwyl i chi wneud gwaith perffaith o'r cychwyn cyntaf. Nid oes un ffordd gywir o ysgrifennu aseiniad. Fodd bynnag, mae rhai egwyddorion a phrosesau cyffredin a fydd yn eich helpu i gadw ar y trywydd cywir wrth ei lunio. Yn yr uned hon byddwch yn dysgu sut i ysgrifennu eich aseiniadau’n effeithiol.
The Crater of Diamonds Story
People are looking to strike it rich in a muddy field in southwest Arkansas. This professional video from NBC Nightly News is a story about the Crater of Diamonds state park in Arkansas. Reported by Kevin Tibbles for NBC Nightly News. Run time 02:18.
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Update: Complex Upper Extremity Fractures
Hosted by Dr. Sam Agnew, Dr. Doug Hanel, Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, presents the dilemma of choosing the best possible treatment for wrist fractures. These injuries, called distal radius fractures’ in medical terminology, are exceedingly common, but can lead to significant lasting disability of they aren’t treated with good understanding of principles and options. His lecture is followed by Dr. Keith Mayo, Clinical Professor of Orthoapedic Surgery, University of Washington, who discus
Harborview Medical Center: Pioneer and Leader in Trauma Care
Through an amazing constellation of circumstances, this former King County Hospital has blossomed from the only Level I Regional trauma center to one of the very top Trauma Centers in the world. Moderated by Dr. Bruce J. Sangeorzan, Dr, Mike Copass reflects on the beginnings of Harborview as a trauma center in the late nineteen-sixtees. Based upon advances in the development of portable electrocardiography recording devices, Seattle developed one of the very first integrated emergency retrieval
The life of Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein was best known for his theory of relativity and receiving the Nobel Prize in Physics. He was named by Time magazine as the person of the century. Student can listen to him discuss some of his insights. Here he is warning the world about atomic energy. He was a Jewish and forced to escape from Germany to avoid the concentration camps. Great formula for success offered.
Flat trading in quiet stocks session
Summary of business headlines: stocks mixed in thin trading, snowstorm hits northeast on key shopping day; Amazon says Kindle holiday sales strong.