Mr. Wilder broadcasting from radio station WAPI
Radio WAPI. Caption: "Mr. Wilder at WAPI broadcasting station. Auburn, Lee Co., AL. February 12, 1926." Story: "WAPI, owned by API and operated by the Extension Service, formally opened on the night of February 26, 1926, with great fanfare. Music by studio orchestra and speeches by Governor Brandon and API President Dowell.",JPEG image from black-and-white photograph.
The aim of this lesson is to develop students' understanding of the importance of managing time. It is the first lesson in the study skills series and is intended to support adult learners who are embarking on a course of study and need to acquire skills which will help them to be successful. The lessons are designed as a package with key skills reinforced in each subsequent lesson so that a study culture is developed over time. They can be delivered sequentially or used individually, as a whole
Cartography 2.0 : your guide to animated and interactive maps
Cartography 2.0 is a 2009 website whose authors describe it as a... "free online knowledge base and e-textbook for students and professionals who are interested in interactive and animated maps". This resource will be of interest to graphic designers, as well as those working in the digital humanities. Chapters include: Elements of Design; Map Animation (including a History of Animated Maps); 3D / Virtual Globes; U.I. & Useability; Map Interaction Techniques; Advanced Topics. The content of t
Closing the economic achievement gap: a case study of a successful Kansas secondary school
In spite of efforts at the federal, state, and local levels, the achievement gap has persisted over time. Recent NCLB legislation has brought renewed attention to the achievement gap, forcing schools to address it. Despite the daunting task of mediating the impact of poverty, some schools have made substantial progress in narrowing the achievement gap with low-income students. This qualitative case study of one successful Kansas public secondary school has concluded the caring actions of teacher
Characterization of adhesives at room and elevated temperatures
Recent interest in advanced materials has paved the way for exploring joining options besides the traditional mechanical or thermal methods such as riveting or welding. Because of the availability of highly advanced materials, mass production rates and demands for more aesthetic products, adhesive bonding is being used in more applications. Today, interstate signs, semi-trailer panels, aircraft structures, and many other commonly used products are adhesively bonded. Some of the common misconcept
Art in Wichita: instruction, collection and innovation
Art instruction, renowned collections and contemporary innovation represent the various offerings of Wichita’s primary visual art centers: the Wichita Center for the Arts, the Wichita Art Museum, and the Edwin A. Ulrich Museum of Art. Through their separate programs and objectives, these three institutions contribute to the city’s cultural vitality and make it more than just another dot on the map. Without the foresight of a number of her citizens, Wichita’s cultural climate would have rem
Former President Bill Clinton
"A world without walls is the only sustainable world," former president Bill Clinton told a crowd of 2,000 at Zellerbach and an overflow crowd watching a video simulcast of the speech in Haas Pavilion. Clinton spoke to the enthusiastic crowd at Zellerbach Auditorium, in the first campus appearance by a current or former U.S. president since John F. Kennedy's riveting speech to a capacity crowd in Memorial Stadium in 1962. His visit was sponsored by the Chancellor's Office and the Graduate Scho
Terezin, the Mill.
Soft lovely drawing of a river and a bridge and a large building, the mill, with a large expanse of empty sky.,Soft lovely drawing of a river and a bridge and a large building, the mill, with a large expanse of empty sky.
Expressionist painter Emil Luethy seated at an outdoor dining table Portraits Men
Lundi 07/12/2009, Pierre Coullet : « Illusion d’optique»
Lundi 07/12/2009, Pierre Coullet : « Illusion d’optique»
The Known Universe by AMNH The known universe as mapped through astronomical observations, from the Himalayas to the moon's orbit, the orbits of the planets, the solar system, the galaxy and beyond.
The known universe as mapped through astronomical observations, from the Himalayas to the moon's orbit, the orbits of the planets, the solar system, the galaxy and beyond.
Humor, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship
This course is designed for the student who likes to live on the edge. It is about a way of thinking, living, and working. We will integrate humor, creativity, and entrepreneurship into this course. The course will challenge some of your current beliefs and philosophies concerning how people live and work in organizations. The course emphasizes humor, creativity, and entrepreneurship as a way of life. The course is designed to help students use humor, creativity, and entrepreneurship in their ow
Virtual State Tour
Students will create a virtual tour of the state including geography, history, famous people, and points of interest using Sketchy.
Students will read about two tropical ecosystems: the rain forest and the coral reef. The text, written by Mrs. Portera and created with Palm eBook Studio, will be read on Palm Reader. The students will complete a study guide as part of their reading experience. Students will create a Sketchy or PiCoMap as directed. Finally, students will take a test with the use of Quizzler.
Interior of Jacobs house
A small couch and rocking chair in W. F. Jacobs' study in his house at 502 West 21st Street in Los Angeles. Jacobs was a worker at the First Baptist Church of Los Angeles.
The Search for the Hereditary Molecule
Using this simulation, you can manipulate virtual tubes of bacteria in a virtual lab to discover the transforming principle and recreate classic experiments in the discovery of DNA. How was the hereditary molecule isolated and identified? What decisions do we need to make as we recreate the lab work of researchers like Oswald Avery and his colleagues?
Bike off secure bike parking stands
This research portfolio project, is being delivered in collaboration with the Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science (JDI) at University College London (UCL), aims to catalyse a design revolution in secure cycling provision for the 21st century. The research seeks to use creative solutions to overcome the adverse effects of bicycle theft on the achievement of sustainable transport objectives within European cities and to assist in the promotion of cycling and the benefits it offers society in ter
Interview with Alessandro Mario (Alex) Maranzano
One of a series of interviews with visual artists carried out for the VIVA (Voices In the Visual Arts) project by Linda Sandino. Alessandro Mario (Alex) Maranzano is Chairman of Minale Tattersfield and Partners, an international design organization. Alex studied Lettering at Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts in the early 1960s, going on to study graphic design at the Royal College of Art, before joining Minale Tattersfield in 1968. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Society of Designers, a m