Introduction to the Dissection of a Virtual Frog
This short, 46 second clip demonstrates initial three cuts made to the skin of the body cavity to reveal the frog's muscles. This is a small clip from the Digital Frog Virtual Dissection program.
Frog Leg Dissection
This video demonstrates the dissection of a frog leg. It shows how the cuts are made to the skin on the thigh to reveal the underlying leg muscles. A professional video segment from The Digital Frog virtual dissection. Run time 01:13.
Design of an eLearning System for Accreditation of
This paper deals with issues related to the non-formal learning in vocational education, and the role of ICT for providing appropriate accreditation model in such education. The presented conclusions are based on the Leonardo da Vinci project LeoSPAN. The paper emphasises on the development of a model and a prototype of an adaptive eLearning system that ensures the pre-defined learner outcomes. One of the advantages of the eLearning system is the flexibility for people who upgrade and improve th
Future of 3D
Read more: http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn19594 A new display lets you view a 3D virtual object from all angles.
Mom Loved Him Best: Bert & Ivan Sutherland
[Recorded February 3, 2004] Computing industry legends and brothers Bert and Ivan Sutherland reminisce about their collective 100 plus years with computers and electronics. Bert Sutherland developed, managed and mentored some of the most important computing innovations of the past half-century, from Bolt, Beranek & Newman ( BBN) and Xerox PARC in the 1970s to managing Java development at Sun Microsystems Laboratories in the 1990s. Ivan Sutherland is considered by many to be the creator of comp
Whyville is an educational Internet site geared towards preteens and children. Its goal is to engage its users in learning about a broad range of topics, from science and business to art and geography. As a simulation based virtual world, Whyville's users engage in games and roleplay sponsored by a wide range of governmental, non-profit, and corporate entities. Launched in 1999, by Numedeon Inc, Whyville was one of the first virtual worlds for children, and is one of the few virtual worlds whose
We're All In at PDC10 Here at PDC10, it's all about the Cloud and Windows Azure. And with last week's announcements about Office 365, you can see that Office and SharePoint are serious about the cloud as well. In this episode, we talk with Steve Fox and Chris Mayo who have been doing a lot of work leveraging Azure services and data in SharePoint solutions and building solutions on SharePoint Online. Watch as Steve talks about how to get started with developing solutions using Windows Azure and Chris discusses Shar
Here at PDC10, it's all about the Cloud and Windows Azure. And with last week's announcements about Office 365, you can see that Office and SharePoint are serious about the cloud as well. In this episode, we talk with Steve Fox and Chris Mayo who have been doing a lot of work leveraging Azure services and data in SharePoint solutions and building solutions on SharePoint Online. Watch as Steve talks about how to get started with developing solutions using Windows Azure and Chris discusses Shar
Veus literàries. Xavier Rubert de Ventós
Durada: 27 min. Vídeo. Micantia S.L..
Xavier Rubert de Ventós (Barcelona, 1939) és filòsof, professor universitari i escriptor i també ha destacat en el camp de la política. Llicenciat en Dret i Filosofia, el 1964 es doctorà en aquesta darrera disciplina. Les seves nombroses publicacions Author(s):
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):
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Alphabetical list of open access journals in ancient studies
This website is a blog (The Ancient World Online - AWOL) published by Charles Ellwood Jones and listing several open access e-journals relevant to ancient studies. It is constantly updated and new additions are posted regularly. In addition to accessing the e-journals directly, it is also possible to search several of them through JURN (based on Google). Both researchers and students may find useful to follow the blog and have a handy list of links ready to use.
This is the website of The Middlebrow Network, an AHRC-funded project developing research around the “loaded and disreputable term” ‘middlebrow’. Coined in the early twentieth century, ‘middlebrow’ can be defined as referring to “moderately intellectual” cultural production, perceived by some as of limited value. This network aims to debate the term itself, and consider how it may be understood in different fields as well as investigating specific
Les amis de Flaubert et de Maupassant
The website, 'Les Amis de Flaubert et de Maupassant', is the site of the Friends' Association of Maupassant and Flaubert; both celebrated nineteenth-century French authors. Established in 1991, the Association aims to raise awareness and understanding of the life and work of these two novelists. To this end, it organizes visits to places closely associated with Maupassant and Flaubert; runs conferences, seminars and exhibitions focussing on their lives, interests and literary works; publishes te
Monumentos conmemorativos de Madrid
'Monumenta Madrid' is an interactive map of the city of Madrid which acts as a database of all the commemorative monuments in the capital of Spain. The site has been developed by the City Council of Madrid, and it provides in-depth information about each of the monuments, including; fountains; commemorative plaques; arches; and statues. The high-definition interactive map offers the possibility of searching for monuments at different scales (however, at the time of cataloguing, changing scales p
Netherlands decorated books collection : London College of Communication
This website provides information about a small collection of decorated books on from the London College of Communication, part of the University of the Arts London, that has been digitised and made available online by the Visual Arts Data Service (VADS). The LCC's collection of decorated Dutch books provides primary source material for bookbinding research and is also of use to graphic design and typographical researchers. The collection covers the period 1893-1939, and includes bindings in the
Stem cells that become embryos
An article form Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN), the largest religious global media network. The author, a fellow at the Linacre Institute of The Catholic Medical Association aims to take an empirical and scientific approach. This analysis aims to convince and demonstrate that once isolated from a whole and complete human embryo, human embryonic and fetal pluripotent stem cells can form new living human embryos themselves. The analysis then briefly examines the outcomes of this f
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
Amsterdam Represented : Cultural Studies Taster
The concept cultural studies is rather complex. To begin with the word 'culture' itself means different things to different people, such as great works of art and literature, or works of popular culture, such as pop songs and soap operas, or the way that particular groups of people live their everyday lives. Generally, when you talk about cultural studies as a subject at university it is not so much about another culture, but it has more to do with a particular way of looking at the world in whi
Try Dutch! : Dutch Language Taster
Interested in Dutch? Curious how Dutch sounds? Wondering how difficult or easy it is? Perhaps you are thinking of studying Dutch? Then here is your opportunity to have a go at the language yourself and experience what it is like to learn Dutch from scratch. You can work through the pack all by yourself. No knowledge of Dutch is required.
UCL Grant Museum of Zoology Eutherians image collection
This is a set of images taken from a teaching resource created at University College London, in collaboration with their museum of zoology. They are primarily along the themes of phylogeny (evolutionary history) and functional anatomy. The images are hosted in the UK Centre for Bioscience's ImageBank.