User-generated content : archeologies, economies and ecologies
In this presentation from the Institute of Film and Television Studies' Ephemeral Media workshops, Professor Jon Dovey (UWE) presents his research into user-generated content. PLEASE NOTE: The presntation begins with a five minute video clip - keynote begins thereafter. Presentation produced/delivered: June/July 2009 Suitable for: Undergraduate study and community education Author and Presenter: Professor Jon Dovey, University of the West of England Jon has recently been appointed to the
Stop 3: Tapestries in Context
IMPERIAL SPLENDOR: Renaissance Tapestries from Vienna Royal Renaissance tapestries from one of the premier museums of fine arts and decorative arts in the world, the Kunsthistorisches of Vienna,...
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PoliSci - Botwinick POLSCI 272 2007 - Polisci272-April5-2007 - Temple University > Courses > College of Liberal Arts > Section > Political Science > Botwinick POLSCI 272 2007 > Polisci272-April5-2007
Chumash Native American Video
The Chumash Native Americans lived in where is now Santa Barbara and Ventura in California. They lived in round hut homes and survived from the food the ocean provided and also acorns.
Women often worn coats and aprons of deer skin.
The Chumash left behind many rocks and paintings that may have represented sacred places. This is a student done presentation.
Historical Analysis of Building - (Re)Construction in Olivette Park, USA
From 1959 to 1990, East St. Louis, Illinois deteriorated from an ?All-American City? to a national symbol of urban blight. Located on the Mississippi River, the East St. Louis of today faces severe economic, social, and environmental problems. Nearly onequarter of the city?s work force is unemployed and about 40 percent of families are living below the poverty level. But East St. Louis was not always a distressed community. With strong ties to St. Louis and the surrounding region, East St. Louis
Reading ancient climate from plankton shells
Climate changes from millions of years ago are recorded at daily rate in ancient sea shells, new research shows. A huge X-ray microscope has revealed growth bands in plankton shells that show how shell chemistry records the sea temperature. The results could allow scientists to chart short timescale changes in ocean temperatures hundreds of millions of years ago. This video shows computerised X-ray mircotomography of a plankton shell, less than a millimetre across, from measurements at the Di
Russian digital libraries
Rossiiskie elektronnye biblioteki is a portal for Russian digital libraries, which publishes the Russian Digital Libraries Journal and promotes collaboration on issues of standards and technology. A bilingual inventory of Russian digital libraries is especially useful, and can be browsed by: subject area (e.g. education or arts and culture); type of resource (e.g. video, geodata, full-text); creator organisation; status (completed or in progress) amongst others. Some areas of the site do not se
Spring 2013 Commencement
Recent graduates from the Class of Spring 2013 talk about their Kent State experience, and offer advice to current students.
11.945 Springfield Studio (MIT)
The Springfield Studio is a practicum course that focuses on the economic, programmatic and social renewal of an urban community in Springfield, Massachusetts by combining classroom work with an applied class project. The course content covers the areas of neighborhood economic development and the related analysis and planning tools used to understand and assess urban conditions from an economic and community development perspective.
Film Theory and Architectural Design
This paper describes a 10 week, 3rd year architectural design studio, taught by the author, that explored the use of film and video techniques in the design process. The exploration was of (1) the potential of recently available personal computer software and hardware for image and video capture, manipulation and recording, and (2) the potential for application of video, informed by film theory, in the early stages of architectural design.
Anti-Shell activists protest in Durban
Nov. 30 - Canadian environmental activists demand Royal Dutch Shell puts people first during a protest in Durban, as United Nations climate talks enter their third day. Nick Rowlands reports.
08 Arts and Humanities at Oxford
An explanation of studying Arts and Humanities at the University of Oxford and what resources you can find across the departments.
Your Q&A with Ken Loach (answers)
We are celebrating the career of Ken Loach, one of the UK's most distinguished and controversial directors, at BFI Southbank and at venues nationwide. We invited you to submit questions to Loach about his film career, and here are his responses. What advice would he give to budding filmmakers? Has he ever been tempted to move to Hollywood and direct an action film? Can a film be made about the causes of the London riots? And did he really watch Footballers' Wives? Find out the answers to these
PoliSci - Botwinick POLSCI 272 2007 - Polisci272-April24-2007 - Temple University > Courses > College of Liberal Arts > Section > Political Science > Botwinick POLSCI 272 2007 > Polisci272-April24-2007
Good Habits for the Painting Studio with Scott Grieger (Otis)
Scott Grieger is a Full time Professor at Otis College of Art & Design in Los Angeles. He is currently the Director of the Painting Program in the Fine Arts Department. In his tenure at Otis for over 3 decades, Grieger has served as Chair of Fine Arts, Acting Chair of Graduate Studies, and Chair of Foundation. In this video, he shares good habits to learn with his beginning painting students. http://www.otis.edu/faculty/scott-grieger http://www.scottgrieger.com
Many Sides of Co-op: Student Showcase 2012
Co-op is more than just a job for a term. Learn about the Co-op advantage.
Virtual Maths - Basic Structures, shear force uniformly distributed load
Interactive simulation, demonstrating shear force, uniformly distributed load
The Last Aztec 10/10
Booker Prize winner DBC Pierre returns to the Mexico of his youth to explore the downfall of one of the world's greatest civilisations -- the Aztecs ruled by the emperor Montezuma II who were defeated by a small force of Spaniards under Hernán Cortés. Suitable for high school students. Educators/Parents: Some segments speak of human sacrifice.
Transformative Trailblazers - Women in the Law Conference 2012
A video montage presented as part of NUSL's fourth annual Women in the Law Conference, 2012. Featuring testimonials and insights from Mary Bonauto '87, Judith Olans Brown, The Honorable Dana Fabe '76, Courtney Hunt '89 and Regine Theodat '09. Co-produced by Kathy Morris '75 and Mielle Marquis.
Graph Theory and Social Networks Tutorial
Graph Theory and Social Networks Tutorial