Two Terrains - Distance, Rate, and Time - A Virtual Manipulative
This manipulative is from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics website. Some vehicles fly down the highway, while others are dirt-track specialists. This activity allows you to explore the relationships between distance, rate, and time. Can you identify the best path for a vehicle? Try to predict what will happen if you set on‑road or off‑road performance measures.
Note: There are more instructions by the manipulative.
A Brief Fine Arts Timeline
This is a very brief visual arts timeline from Prehistoric (100,000BC-1000BC) to Modern and Contemporary Art.
Virtual Field Trip to The Money Museum
Join Amanda for a virtual field trip to the Money Museum in Colorado Springs, Colorado and learn about coin collecting and the new Lincoln penny. In 2009, the United States Mint will mint and issue four
different one-cent coins in recognition of the bicentennial ( 200
years) of President Abraham Lincoln's birth and the 100th anniversary
of the first issuance of the Lincoln cent. Produced by Nick Jr. as part of its virtual field trip series, Meet Me at the Corner. Extended lear
Digital Arts@Google: R. Luke DuBois and Scott Draves
August 5, 2010. Public talk by digital artists currently showing in the Chelsea Market Google lobby.
Digital Arts@Google: W. Bradford Paley, Martin Wattenberg, and Fernanda Viegas
Three artists talks were hosted as part of the "Data Poetics: Digital Art @ Google" art show hosted by Google's Chelsea office in New York. http://www.chelseaartmuseum.org/digitalartatgoogle/ This video is the third talk in the series. In this talk Fernanda Viergas and Martin Wattenberg talk about their projects blending art and data visualization, including Flickr Flow which is included in the exhibition. In the second half (at 31:26) W. Bradford Paley presents his work in art and visualiza
Visual Studio Async: Meet the team Meet some of the key folks behind the Async CTP, which contains a preview version of C# and VB.NET that contain two new modifiers, async and await (and iterators for VB.NET!), that will make it much easier to compose asynchronous code for .NET. Great work, C#, VB and Parallel Platform teams (and Don Syme and the F# people)! In this interview you meet Avner Aharoni, Mads Torgersen, Lu
Meet some of the key folks behind the Async CTP, which contains a preview version of C# and VB.NET that contain two new modifiers, async and await (and iterators for VB.NET!), that will make it much easier to compose asynchronous code for .NET. Great work, C#, VB and Parallel Platform teams (and Don Syme and the F# people)!
In this interview you meet Avner Aharoni, Mads Torgersen, Lu
VAIL (Virtual Academic Integrity Laboratory)Tutorial
In four modules the VAIL Tutor provides an overview of academic integrity concepts and practical tips for avoiding plagiarism. By assigning this tutorial, faculty will introduced their students to proper documentation practices and academic integrity policies. An electronic Certificate of Successful Completion is displayed on the screen and e-mailed to users after successful completion of the included online quiz.
2 Reasons for choosing to study the arts
This unit is an introduction to studying the arts and humanities. It takes you through a series of exercises designed to develop your approach to study and learning at a distance and improve your confidence as an independent learner.
2.4.2 The visual arts
How do we learn about the world of the ancient Romans and Greeks? This unit will provide you with an insight into the Classical world by introducing you to the various sources of information used by scholars to draw together an image of this fascinating period of history.
Fashion Design at California College of the Arts
The Fashion Design Program at CCA allows students to focus on sustainability, innovation, conceptual development, and interdisciplinarity—all of which inspires new approaches to an established profession. Watch as the 2010 senior class prepares their final collections for the annual Senior Fashion Show. Our innovative program weaves time-honored skills of fashion practice (draping, pattern cutting, sewing, knitting, and illustration) with a comprehensive approach to sustainability, conceptua
Microsoft Help Viewer 1.1 - Updates Planned for Visual Studio 2010 SP1 Paul O’Rear, a Program Manager on the Library Experience Team, walks us through an early build of Help Viewer 1.1, which will ship with Visual Studio 2010 SP1. Help Viewer 1.1 is intended to specifically address many productivity issues raised by customers regarding the Visual Studio 2010 RTM release. Details on the overall story of how we got to this stage can be found here: The Story of Help in
Paul O’Rear, a Program Manager on the Library Experience Team, walks us through an early build of Help Viewer 1.1, which will ship with Visual Studio 2010 SP1. Help Viewer 1.1 is intended to specifically address many productivity issues raised by customers regarding the Visual Studio 2010 RTM release.
Details on the overall story of how we got to this stage can be found here: The Story of Help in
FACES: Studio Art
A nontraditional studio art major shares her experience as a busy mother who chose to study art at Del Mar College following a health crisis.
SFU Contemporary Arts: Film
This video is about the film program at SFU's School for the Contemporary Arts. It was produced by CityTV in September 2010 to coincide with the school's official move into the new Woodward's building in downtown Vancouver. Graphics Designer: Rong Hu Editor: Brian Wawzonek Director of Photography: Ron Inglis Producer: Adeel Suhrwardy Additional B-roll and photography: Teaching and Learning Centre, SFU
Article :: Building Adobe WorkflowLab, Part 3: Planning for Development
In part 3 of this series, Aaron Pedersen, James Polanco, and Doug Winnie, the authors of Adobe Flash Platform from Start to Finish: Working Collaboratively Using Adobe Creative Suite 5, continue discussing the creation of WorkflowLab. After capturing the concept in a high-level goal with an approved prototype, use cases, and wireframes, it was time to analyze the technologies involved and how they would affect the architect
AprendreXparticiparXaprendre. Joves i participació
Durada: 20 min. Vídeo. Departament d'Educació (Generalitat de Catalunya).
"Joves i participació" és un DVD presentat en el marc del Vè Congrés d'Educació celebrat a La Seu d'Urgell el 21 de maig de 2010 sota el lema "AprendreXparticiparXaprendre" amb l'objectiu de portar la veu dels i de les joves al Congrés. Aquest material Author(s):
Revista de lengua y literatura catalana, gallega y vasca
The "Revista de Lengua y Literatura Catalana, Gallega y Vasca" (Journal of Catalan, Galician, and Basque Language and Literature) is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal by the Spanish Open University (UNED). It was first published in 1991 with the aim of bringing together comparative philological studies on Hispanic literatures. At the time of cataloguing, it was available the full-text content for the 13 issues published between 1991 and 2008. Each number includes research articles, book reviews,
This is the wiki-based website of Concordia, a JISC/NEH-funded project. Concordia will create a new digital collection of engraved inscriptions from the Roman monuments of Tripolitana (northern Libya). The digitised texts may be integrated with geographic datasets to allow: integrated text searching; dynamic mapping; and geographical linkages for these and other relevant collections. The project is completed in 2009, and the The website remains active in aprts, with schedule of Web chats online.
Creative investment : arts and humanities research and the ‘innovation economy’
This Web page outlines a series of AHRC-funded workshops held in 2009 aimed at exploring the contribution of research to innovation and creativity, by bringing together practitioners, researchers and policy makers from disciplines across the arts, humanities, social sciences and creative industries.
Social science research ethics
This site has been created by School of Health and Medicine (Division of Health Research), Lancaster University from the materials used in an ESRC funded Research Development Initiative on Training Researchers in Ethics and Ethical Practice in Social Science Research. It aims to provide new researchers with a set of resources to enable them to undertake ethically sound research. The site is arranged around 8 core themes: ethical review processes; ethical issues in the global context; ethical and
Atlas Des Deutschen Reichs
This site provides access to an online atlas of the German Empire which was published by Ludwig Ravenstein in 1883. It was digitised as a special project of the University of West Madison Libraries and is suitable for downloading as PDF files. The site includes details on the scale of the map, its coverage and possible usage as a source for historians researching the boundaries of the German Empire and families living within it. In addition to Germany, the maps of atlas also cover the bordering