1. Crowdsourcing Work (September 25, 2009)
computer science, technology, humanities, internet, application, online industry, graph, people, data, outsourcing, labor pool, artificial intelligence, income, population demographic, workforce, virtual money, leaderboard, level, quality control, fraud,
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6. Computer Graphics as a Telecommunication Medium (February 13, 2009)
technology, engineering, computer science, virtual reality, worlds, ad-hoc, graphics, social interaction, telecommunication, gesture synthesis, body language, communication, design space, motion capture, gaming, modeling three dimensional, sketching, dens
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4. Aurora: Envisioning the Future of the Web (October 17, 2009)
science, technology, engineering, computer, design, web, internet, software, browser, future, user experience, interface, augmented reality, data abundance, virtual identity, collaboration, continuity, trends, operating system, Aurora, Adaptive Path
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2. Demonstration of Brain Computer Interface using the Emotive Epoc (April 9, 2008)
science, computer, brain, technology, invention, semantic interface, human, video game, neuro-technology, emotiv, epoc, EEG, EMG, PC, mind, virtual reality, conscious, headset, electrode, emotion, neural processing, device, signal, research
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Grammar Lesson 10: Word Order of Negative Phrases, Paying for Parties

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'Não, não sei não.' This is the pattern for Brazilians, to say 'no' three times in the sentence. It's not that Valdo and Michelle are n
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Betty Leydon, Emily Carter, Jennifer Rexford, Olga Troyanskaya: Women in Research Computing - March
Lunch 'n Learn presentation: Princeton University's Vice President for Information Technology and CIO, Betty Leydon, moderates a panel of three "women in research computing." The panelists, Emily Carter (Arthur W. Marks '19 Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Applied and Computational Mathematics), Olga Troyanskaya (Assistant Professor of Computer Science and the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics), and Jennifer Rexford (Professor of Computer Science), summarize th
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Virtual leadership - Ashridge Journal Article
In today's virtual economy, virtual teams are a fact of ife. Drawing on three years research, Ghislaine Caulat examines the skills, competences and techniques needed by managers to lead teams successfully in a virtual environment.
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What does an approach of this major issue by history bring to us? (audio)

INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM : PIONEERING ETHICAL CAPITALISM

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25TH, 2013

There is more than one way to do capitalism. In Japan, in the second half of the 19th century, a major business leader, Shibusawa Eiichi, expressed the view that business enterprise could and should simultaneously accomplish profits and enhance public welfare. The ...
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Wave propagation in random media: diffusion vs. localization
Dr. Thomas Wellens (Physikalisches Institut, Univ. Freiburg): As it is well known, waves are fundamentally distinct from (classical) particles in their ability to display interference. However, in presence of disorder, interferences tend to be washed out. In this case, wave propagation reduces to a simple diffusion process - like a random walk of a classical particle ("soccer ball in the forest"). But under appropriate circumstances, some interferences may also survive the disorder average and i
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Passion, Romance, and Intrigue in "Othello"
Themes of jealousy, passion, and betrayal in Shakespeare's "Othello" are as gripping today as they were in the 18th century, says Performing Arts Manager Todd Norris.Author(s): No creator set

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Activiate your students scientific minds with these great interactive tasks

Edheads helps students learn through educational games and activities designed to meet state and national standards. We partner with various school systems in the United States, which help us research, design and test our activities
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Rent

Chichester College students performing the title track from the show Rent Showing at The Alexandra Theatre, Bognor Regis. 26th-28th November
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11. Text Input and Presenting Content Modally (February 9, 2010)
Software engineering, application development, programming language, computer science, iPhone operating system, OS 3.2, iPad, core data, memory loading, resource, method naming, object ownership, concurrency, threading, virtual keyboard, text input, multi
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How To Jump Rope
Detailed guide that explains the proper technique to jump rope as a cardiovascular workout. It also improves agility and footwork. Video shows a man performing the proper technique as the narrator explains what is happening. 1:43 min.
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International Music Score Library Project
Virtual library containing over 4,000 (march 2007) public domain musical scores.
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The Virtual Life of Photography - Sarah Kember
Sarah Kember is Reader in New Technologies of Communication at Goldsmiths University. Here she discusses the virtual life of photography.
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Dance and Disability
Coventry University's Performing Arts Department has created a number of initiatives in the area of dance and disability. Here's a short film about that work.
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Creative Life After Coventry - Verity Pabla, The Don Burroni and Brad Powell
Three creative graduates - Verity Pabla, Brad Powell and 'the Don Burroni' - came back to Coventry University to discuss how they have set up their own creative businesses. Verity Pabla co-founded I’m Not a Machine Productions and launched as a professional company in late 2007. Her company has developed a reputation for being innovative, resourceful, free-spirited and truly creative through, in the most part, music and film work. 'The Don Burroni' conceived, scripted, produced, directed and
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Hardware, Continued - David J. Malan, Harvard Computer Science
Secondary storage: floppy disks, hard disks (PATA and SATA), CDs, and DVDs. Virtual Memory. Expansion buses and cards: AGP, ISA, PCI, PCI Express, and SCSI. I/O devices. Peripherals. How to shop for a computer. History.
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Amanda Burrows is a graduate of Laban and gained an MA in Education from The Open University. She has taught dance in secondary schools, FE colleges, universities and in community settings. Amanda is currently Head of Curriculum for Visual, Performing Arts and Media at Grantham College, and has produced materials for the Open Univerity's Teachandlearn.net, repurposed here for openlearn.

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