Negotiations On and Off the Field - Steve Young, Stan Christensen (Former NFL Quarterback)
Steve Young, former quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, describes the lessons he's learned in negotiating with teammates, agents, and in his personal life. Interviewed as a guest in Stan Christensen's Negotiations course, Young provides insight through humorous anecdotes across a broad range of experience. In particular, he describes different negotiation tactics that were useful throughout his career as a quarterback, lawyer, and entrepreneur. While earning his spot as the fiery leader of
Emerging Opportunities in a Post IT Marketplace - Tom Siebel (First Virtual Group)
Tom Siebel, founder of Siebel Systems and current CEO of First Virtual Group, recaps a history of the information technology boom, and pronounces it a nearly stagnant sector. He focuses on the burgeoning interests in energy, healthcare, food and water, and other market possibilities to meet the needs of an expanding, aging, and more affluent global population.
Flash Player ActionScript Virtual Machine (Tamarin)
Computer science, engineering, software, hardware, computer science, PC, IT, processor, parallelism, silicon implementation, chip architecture, circuit design, CAD, computer aided design, embedded, programming languages, compilers, numerical analysis, tec
3. DRAM Errors in the Wild: A Large-Scale Field Study (October 21, 2009)
science, technology, engineering, computer, dynamic random access memory, DRAM, failure, error, data, disk drives, hard, soft, chipset, CPU, google, correctable, temperature, DIMM
Virtual reality and virtual environments - Vinesh Raja
Professor Vinesh Raja talks about his work on virtual reality, virtual environments and locomotion.
'The Developing field of Memory Studies considering individual, collective and cultural practices' P
Professor Michael Pickering of Media and Cultural Analysis from Loughborough University presents 'The Developing field of Memory Studies considering individual, collective and cultural practices' as part of the symposium.
Shakespeare's Field Trip
When we use words, we have to use the right words and the right words in the best order.
Youth Work Field Ed – Chapter 1
Saki Sugiura discusses her 35 day practicum with the RMIT student union. Saki is an international student studying the Bachelor Social Science (Youth Work) degree. Students complete 35 day placements in youth sector settings during the three year degree. Saki describes what it is like being an international student learning about youth work at RMIT and what she experienced and learnt on placement. Saki offers practical advice for international students thinking about studying youth work at RMIT.
Youth Work Field Ed – Chapter 2
Crystal Cullen and Carolyn Hughes discuss their 35 day practicum working with young people and their families affected by the Black Saturday bushfires. Crystal and Carolyn are studying the Bachelor Social Science (Youth Work) degree. Students complete 35 day placements in youth sector settings during the three year degree. Crystal and Carolyn describes what their project ‘Burnt Out – Stories from the Ashes’, where they skilled young people to film, edit and publish stories from bush fire s
Youth Work Field Ed – Chapter 3
Celeste Dolphin discusses her 35 day practicum with the South-East Local Learning and Employment Network (SELLEN). Celeste is studying the Bachelor Social Science (Youth Work) degree. Students complete 35 day placements in youth sector settings during the three year degree. Celeste describes the research project she was responsible for while on placement, and what she learnt from the practical experience. Celeste shares her wisdom on getting the most from youth work field education.
Youth Work Field Ed – Chapter 4
Daniel Dondo discusses his 35 day practicums with the Office for Youth and the International Student Services at RMIT Student Union. Daniel is studying the Bachelor Social Science (Youth Work) degree. Students complete 35 day placements in youth sector settings during the three year degree. Daniel describes how the two placements gave him very different tastes of youth work and what he learnt from the practical experiences. Daniel provides advice to students on getting the most out of your youth
Virtual Dutch Self-Study Packs
Virtual Dutch Self-Study Packs
APCICT Virtual Academy (AVA)
AVA is the online distance learning program of UN-APCICT "Academy of ICT Essentials for Government Leader". The goal of the Academy is to equip policy makers and other government officials with the essential knowledge and skills they need to fully leverage information and communication technologies (ICTs) to achieve national development goals. AVA allows learners to access online courses designed to enhance their knowledge in a number of key areas including utilizing the potential of ICTs for re
Integrating Service Learning and Field Research into a Community Engagement Experience in Huamachuco
A principal objective of the MSU semester-long study abroad program in Peru entitled Community Engagement and Interdisciplinary Study of Global Issues in the Peruvian Highlands
Episode 99: Click on the Kidneys: Virtual organs in your medical future Prof Peter Harris discusses the process of virtual modelling of human organs, and how it will lead to enhanced understanding of disease and its treatment. With science host Dr Shane Huntington. Professor Peter Harris Peace and Justice: Lessons from the Field Observing climate change effects using the Earth’s gravity field
Elizabeth Evenson's talk for the 2009 Taking Stock of Transitional Justice conference entitled; 'Peace and Justice: Lessons from the Field'
The Earth's gravity field varies from place to place and from one day to the next. The Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) is a revolutionary satellite system that allows scientists to use gravity changes to observe critical rates of ice mass loss in Antarctica and Greenland. It can also show changes in the water storage in river drainage basins such as the Murray-Darling Basin. This talk will provide an overview of these results as well as outline NASA's plans for the next such miss
Prof Peter Harris discusses the process of virtual modelling of human organs, and how it will lead to enhanced understanding of disease and its treatment. With science host Dr Shane Huntington.
Professor Peter Harris
Peace and Justice: Lessons from the Field
Observing climate change effects using the Earth’s gravity field