Distance and Cities: where do we stand?
This panel discussion will examine the concept of distance when writing about cities. How does this concept remain relevant to urban disciplines? And how does it both inform and limit research on cities? Gerald Frug is Louis D. Brandeis Professor of Law at Harvard Law School. Asher Ghertner is a lecturer in human geography at LSE. Justin McGuirk is the Design Critic, The Guardian. Patrik Schumacher is partner at Zaha Hadid Architects and founding director at the AA Design Research Lab. Richard S
It's all about people
We are witnessing the transformation of the web from the information web to the social web. This has profound implications for how people relate to each other, the communities around them and to government and business. Sheryl will discuss how these relationships are changing in a world that is built around social principles and powered by web and mobile technologies. Sheryl Sandberg is Chief Operating Officer at Facebook. She oversees the company's business operations including sales, marketin
Writing and Reading Effective Business Emails - Raw Materials
This is the raw materials package for a learning activity designed to provide a clear understanding of e-mail communication and its impacts.
Costing and Pricing Strategies - Raw Materials
Raw materials for a learning activity about pricing and costing
Mind Mapping - Raw Materials
Raw Materials for a learning activity that introduces the application of mind mapping to enhance the organisation of ideas and improve memory.
Tiny X-ray saves van Gogh
Read more: http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/nstv/2011/02/x-rays-could-keep-van-goghs-yellow.html
Old Swimming Hole Under Old Red Bridge Near Mooresville, Indiana
The old red covered bridge made a good diving board for boys enjoying a dip in the water. Located near Mooresville, Indiana, the bridge spanned the East Fork of White Lick Creek. The covered bridge was torn down to make way for a new bridge that was built in 1936.,Morgan County Journey
What is a Tsunami? - explained by Wyatt Everhart
What is a Tsunami? - explained by Wyatt Everhart (01:26) from a newscast.
An Introduction to Negotiation Skills - Learning Package
A learning package about Negotiation.It introduces the concept of Negotiation, explores what it is and how to improve effectiveness through appropriate strategies and techniques.
Practical Impression Management - Raw Materials
This is a learning activity about impression management.It examines the concept of impression management from a practical perspective. Its content is strongly located within the context of employability and as such is designed to raise an individual's awareness of the importance of giving a positive impression, particularly when attempting to secure employment. Issues such as dress codes, verbal and written communication, basic etiquette and social interaction will be explored.
Use Mail Merge to Communicate with your Clients Effectively - Raw Materials
This is the raw materials to discover how you can use mail merge in Microsoft Office Word to simplify repetitive tasks such as contacting clients with new product information. This Learning Activity contains practical advice and demonstrations of mail merge. It includes a set of interactive tasks and questions to use as a test so you can be sure you understand the material.
Vets as Global Citizens Online Lecture
This first year BVetMed global citizenship lecture by Bev Panto of the Royal Veterinary College was captured and delivered online using Echo360. Echo360 is widely used at the RVC to enable students to review lectures in their own time. This is invaluable if a lecture is missed due to bad weather or ill health, and it is also extremely popular with students wishing to revisit difficult topics and revise for examinations. The lecture also demonstrates the use of TurningPoint, a h
Countdown to MIX11: Open Source Fest-a-Palooza This week we welcome John Papa to the show to talk about the Open Source Fest at MIX, which is a soirée for open source project leaders to come together to show off their great open source projects, and win some cool
prizes! The Fest will be held on the evening of Monday, April 11th from 6:00-9:00pm, and is open to all MIX11 attendees who want to have a nosh, hang with the community, and vote for their favorite open source projec
This week we welcome John Papa to the show to talk about the Open Source Fest at MIX, which is a soirée for open source project leaders to come together to show off their great open source projects, and win some cool
TechFest 2011: ShadowDraw Body Systems
In this unit we will take a look at an overview of several body systems and how they relate to the Respiratory System. We will look at the structures and functions of each system