YouTube to mp3 : Snel en eenvoudig filmpjes omzetten Op deze site kan je snel filmjes op Youtube omzetten naar een mp3-bestand. Je hoeft niets te installeren en ook geen account aan te maken.
Op deze site kan je snel filmjes op Youtube omzetten naar een mp3-bestand. Je hoeft niets te installeren en ook geen account aan te maken.
I intend to offer you the essence of cost benefit analysis and valuation methods for public policy and projects including revealed preference techniques for non-market goods, ordinal estimations for market goods and stated preference methods, such as contingent valuation, in environmental and ecological economics.
Key to "Welche Aufgaben haben Staatsoberhaeupter?
Key to "Welche Aufgaben haben Staatsoberhaeupter?
key to writing and grammar task "Von der Uni zum Buerger"
key to writing and grammar task "Von der Uni zum Buerger".
Bach - Brandenburg Concertos No.2 - i: Allegro Moderato
This is a live video of the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra playing Bach's "Brandenburg Concertos No.2 - i: Allegro Moderato" in some sort of majestic hall. The picture and sound quality are excellent. Authentic period instrumentation is used. (4:54)
MSc Mental Health - Sarah Patrick
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Spiegeltje aan de wand : Thema Lesmateriaal en lesvoorbereidingen voor zes lessen rond schoonheidsidealen en de invloed van de media. Er is aandacht voor verschillende werkvormen, zoals hoekenwerk en een opdracht om iemand te interviewen.
Lesmateriaal en lesvoorbereidingen voor zes lessen rond schoonheidsidealen en de invloed van de media. Er is aandacht voor verschillende werkvormen, zoals hoekenwerk en een opdracht om iemand te interviewen.
Pregnancy with diabetes
Dr Roger Gadsby from the institute of education at Warwick Medical School talks about a study in to how women with diabetes plan for pregnancy which could have major implications for care in this area.
Mac10Professional - Catherine Maybrey, Alumni Career Coach
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2012 Robotics Open House
The Georgia Institute of Technology opened its doors to more than 400 middle school and high school students on April 11 for the third annual Robotics Open House. Georgia Tech Masters students and Ph.D. candidates demonstrated more than 20 projects around campus, marking the Institute's participation in National Robotics Week. Students saw a variety of projects, including an autonomous race car, robotic submarines and Simon.
Locomotive to Aeromotive: Octave Chanute & the Transportation Revolution
Drawing heavily on the rich aeronautical archives of the Library of Congress, including personal correspondence, "Locomotive to Aeromotive: Octave Chanute and the Transportation Revolution" is the first detailed examination of French-born and self-trained civil engineer Octave Chanute's life and his immeasurable contributions to engineering and transportation, from the ground-transportation revolution of the mid-19th century to the early days of aviation. Speaker Biography: Simine Short is an a
Testing the National Covenant: Fears and Appetites in American Politic
In his recent book, ethicist William May argues that the biblical idea of a covenant, which binds people together for a common good, offers a more promising way to deal with national problems than the language of contract, which is grounded in self-interest alone. Speaker Biography: William F. May received his Ph.D. from Yale and taught for many years at Southern Methodist University where he was Cary M. Maguire Professor of Ethics until retirement in May 2001. He was the founding director of t
Becoming Jewish Argentines
In "Becoming Jewish Argentines: Sephardim, Marriage Choice, and the Construction of a Jewish Argentine Identity (1920-1960)," Adriana Brodsky explores the marriage patterns of Argentine Sephardic Jewish communities, paying special attention to when Sephardim began marrying Ashkenazic Jews, thereby giving birth to a new type of Jewish identity, neither fully Ashkenazic nor fully Sephardic, but Argentine. Although initially Sephardim usually married "within," as the 20th century progressed, and ne
A CAVE-Interface in CAAD-Education?
The so called "CAVE-interface" is a very interesting and thrilling development for architects! It supports a better illusion of space by exposing almost a 270? view of a computer model than the 60? which can be viewed on an ordinary computer screen. At the Lund University we have got the possibility to experiment with a CAVE-installation, using it in research and the education of CAAD. The technique and three experiments are discribed. The possibilities are discussed and some problems and questi
Egyptian Arts and Architecture
This student-made video stresses the art of the Egyptian culture. It provides some insights and provides examples of the various types of artifacts. (03:56)
The Frog Life Cycle Lesson (Interactive Game)
This Interactive Game introduces to preschoolers the life of a frog is. This is a lesson plan for teachers and children. In this, children learn about the frog life cycle. Introducing what the frogs and tadpoles do and what they eat:frogs and tadpole. Voice is computerized, but information still accurate. (2:10)
Dew in the Morning -Why it Happens
This cartoon uses simple illustrations and examples to help explain what morning dew is. Some key vocabulary words include: dense, condensation, and dew drops. (01:41)
UW Timeline: Suzzallo Library - 1923
Pursuing his vision of a University of a thousand years, Henry Suzzallo proposed a library to serve as the soul of the University of Washington. Ground was broken in 1923, and the library was opened to the public in 1927. Today the UW library, with its collection of over 7 million volumes, is a pillar of scholarship at the University of Washington.
Part 3 of 3 The Secret Life of the Radio
3:55 The Secret Life Of Machines - The Radio. About FM radio. Tim Hunkin and Rex Garrod Take you through the workings and history of the radio.