Felix Salmon: Art as a game
Felix Salmon interviews Adam Lindemann and Amalia Dayan at the Artelligence Conference in New York City. For more, go to Felix's blog post: http://blogs.reuters.com/felix-salmon/2011/04/27/art-as-a-game/
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Curt Smith on the Location of the Obama Presidential Library
Curt Smith, lecturer of presidential rhetoric at the University of Rochester, and author of Windows on the White House: The Story of Presidential Libraries, offers strong views about the three leading contenders vying for the Barack Obama Presidential library and why Illinois' proposal to raise $100 million in state funding for the project is creating quite a stir. "Starting in 1941 with the Franklin Roosevelt library, there is no precedent for using public funds to lay the foundation for a pre
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Teaching the Shoah -- Fighting the Racism and Prejudice: Morning Panel - Part 1
The 6th International Conference on Holocaust Education Teaching the Shoah -- Fighting the Racism and Prejudice Day 2 -- Wednesday, July 9, 2008 Teaching the Holocaust in a Multi-Cultural Society -- Combating the Phenomena of Racism and Prejudice in the Classroom http://www1.yadvashem.org/yv/en/education/conference/2008/index.asp
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Holocaust Survivor Testimony :Andrei Călăraşu
Andrei Călăraşu was born in 1922 in Botosani, Romania as Bernard Grupper, son of Zalman and Eti. He grew up in Jassy, where his mother passed away. On 29 June 1941, with the German invasion of Russia, Bernard, his father and his brother, Paul, were taken to the local police courtyard. At midnight, they were marched to the train station where German and Romanian soldiers pulled gold teeth from their mouths, and cut off fingers bearing gold rings. The three men were placed into a closed carri
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Holocaust Survivor Testimony: Avraham Aviel
Avraham Aviel was born in 1929 in Dugalishok, a Jewish farming village (today in Belarussia), to Moshe David and Sarah Mina née Lipkunsky. Moshe David was a blacksmith and Sara Mina came from a rabbinical family in Eišiškis, Lithuania. At the end of 1941, the Jews of Dugalishok were sent to the Radun ghetto. On 10 May 1942, Avraham, his mother, his brothers and the rest of the ghetto residents were taken to a death pit near the cemetery in Radun. There, most of them, including Sara Mina and
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Disaster in Japan: Assessing the economic aftershocks
INSEAD professor Michael Witt analyses the implications for financial markets, supply chains, Japan’s national energy security as well as the country’s own political leadership and economic recovery.
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Social Enterprise Education for Health Care Professionals
This case study outlines a project to embed social enterprise activities in the Faculty of Health inter-professional learning curriculum
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Normal Mapping
A short study into normal mapping within games with 3ds Max, Zbrush and study of anatomy
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Teaching and Professional Fellowship Report 2004/5 : An Investigation into the feasibility of develo
The aim of my fellowship was to put the idea of developing a Virtual Newsroom – an online means of teaching journalism -- to the test. I began work on this idea some six years ago after many years of using computers in the teaching of journalism. At that time, I developed, together with the IT Research and Development Unit (ITRDU), at the London Institute (now University of the Arts London), an e-learning prototype based on the ‘breaking story’ exercise – a fundamental exercise for
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Tellmaps : Maatschappelijke statistische gegevens
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Aan de hand van dit leermiddel kunnen leerlingen statistische gegevens vinden over mondiale, maatschappelijke onderwerpen.

'Tellmaps' visualiseert de gegevens met verschillende kaarten, cartogrammen, grafieken en rankings en geeft een …


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L'Anthropologie des Classifications Instrumentales (audio)

L'Anthropologie des Classifications Instrumentales - Luc Charles Dominique


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The Life of an International Economics Student
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Tightrope Trials
To learn about the concept of center of mass, students examine how objects balance. They make symmetrical cut-outs of different "creatures" and experiment with how they balance on a tightrope of string. Students see the concept of center of mass at work as the creatures balance.
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4.1.1 Maps
Ever wondered how a computer processes data into information? This unit will help you to understand the distinction between the two and examines how a computer-based society impacts on daily life. You will learn what computers can do with data to produce information and how computers can be used to work with data and search for it, control machines, and support commercial operations.
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