Jesus, Paul and the Early Church
‘Jesus, Paul and the Early Church’ is the third of three term-length online Modules on an ‘Introduction to the Bible’. Module 1 is an introduction to the content, original contexts, and theology of the main books of the Hebrew Bible together with related texts such as the Dead Sea Scrolls. Module 2 comprises an introduction to the authorship, contexts and distinctive theology of each of the four New Testament Gospels, together with what can be known from these and other sources about the
There is now a greater interest in the environment than ever before and we face concerns about the environmental impacts of almost every aspect of our daily lives. Water, soil, air and the biological environment can all be changed dramatically by the activities of industrial societies like our own, not least through mechanisms which are controlled by essentially geological processes. Waste disposal, contamination of land by industry, the impacts of mining, water pollution and even air quality (t
A case study in efficiency wages: Economics of the New Lanark establishment Under Robert Owen’s ma
The purpose of these notes is to show how labour economics can be used to analyse and understand real economic episodes and events. The case study in question is Robert Owen’s management of the New Lanark Cotton Mills in the 19th century. 30-page Word document including graphs and tables, created to support Labour economics teaching at the University of Dundee.
TALAT Lecture 3210: Continuous Casting
This lecture gives an overview about the possibilities to produce aluminium foilstock and wire-bar in a continuous way. Continuous casting is the preferred casting method in modern plants because it offers higher productivity. But there are limitations in the use of this technology because not all alloys can be cast. The product shows properties that can differ from conventional material. This lecture demonstrates the principal of operation; technologies for continuous casting; types of casters;
TALAT Lecture 2405: Fatigue an Fracture in Aluminium Structures
This lecture outlines modern fatigue design procedures and standards, the respective background information; it introduces fatigue design by testing; it presents fatigue data analysis and evaluation; it covers safety and reliability issues in aluminium design. This material has been utilized together with further definitions for classification of structural details to provide a proposal supported by the European Aluminium Association as a National Application Document, which may also be consider
ABC defence : engineering ethics case study project
This is an Engineering Ethics case study from the IDEA CETL. The scenario, which examines the ethical issues around working for the defence industry, is aimed at students who have some experience of ethics. It raises issues about defence; ethics of war; conscience and integrity. It is recommended that this be taught to students at level 3 or 4 due to the sensitive nature of the subject and the fact that the issues addressed are relevant to those students about to enter work. The planned teaching
An Ancient Dilemma: A case study for use in teaching in Engineering Ethics
This is an Engineering Ethics case study from the IDEA CETL. The scenario examines the case of a conflict between completing a project on time and within budget and respecting the demands of heritage. It raises issues about archaelology, heritage and environment. The session is aimed at students who have done some ethics before. It can be integrated into modules that consider different aspects of the construction process. Suggested teaching time is a one or two hour session, with small group dis
French Engineers: A case study for use in teaching in Engineering Ethics
This is an Engineering Ethics case study from the IDEA CETL. The scenario examines the problem of what to do when encountering unacceptable behaviour (drinking during work hours) while working abroad. It raises issues such as moral relativism; safety and risk; whistleblowing and professionalism. The case study is aimed at students who have not studied ethics before. The teaching format is a one hour session with small group discussions.
Revenue vs. Customer Satisfaction: A case study for use in teaching in Engineering and Business Ethi
This is an Engineering Ethics case study from the IDEA CETL. It examines a dilemma between providing the best product for a customer and maximising profit for a company. It is aimed at students who have studied some ethics before and is a good introduction to ethical issues arising in business. The teaching format is 1- 2 hours, small group discussions.
Spectrum Allocation: A case study for use in teaching in Engineering Ethics
This is an Engineering Ethics case study from the IDEA CETL. The scenario examines the ethical issues surrounding the allocation of the radio spectrum to different services benefiting different groups of users. It is aimed at students who have some experience of ethics. The teaching Format is a 1-2 hour session, presentations and small group discussions.
Transmission Towers: A case study for use in teaching in Engineering Ethics
This is an Engineering Ethics case study from the IDEA CETL. It examines the moral issues surrounding a disagreement with a boss at work concerning the safety of a transmission tower. It considers safety and risk and whistleblowing. The session is suitable for beginners and students with some experience of ethics teaching. The teaching format is a one or two hour session with small group discussions.
This VirtualDutch self-study pack traces the way the Dutch, from the sixteenth century onwards, defined their collective identity with reference to their ancestors, the Batavians of Roman times.
Nova Zembla: Dutch maritime expansion around 1600
This VirtualDutch self-study pack covers the Dutch efforts to find a Northern sea passage to Asia at the end of sixteenth century. Three voyages were undertaken in the mid-1590s, with the final expedition of Willem Barentsz and Jacob van Heemskerck acquiring canonical status in Dutch historical conciousness. Their ship got stuck in the ice off Nova Zembla, but the crew survived the harsh Arctic winter and returned to Amsterdam the next spring.
Interactive timeline on Anglo-Dutch relations (50 BC to 1830)
This interactive multimedial timeline on Anglo-Dutch relations from antiquity to 1830, uses MIT’s Simile technology and is based on the manuscript 'The Stranger’s case : a timeline of Cross-Channel Interactions' by Jaap Harskamp, curator of the Dutch and Flemish collections at the British Library, in which he has compiled and annotated a comprehensive list of over 800 events relating to Anglo-Dutch relations throughout the centuries. It is part of the Open Learning Environment in early moder
The anatomy cookbook : a dissection guide with recipes
The Anatomy Cookbook has been written to accompany an anatomy and physiology course for bioengineers who would otherwise have missed out on the opportunity to study real organ systems at first hand. It is not an alternative to a standard anatomy text, it acts more as a laboratory supplement. The fun bit is that your kitchen takes the place of the dissection room. Each recipe provides an insight into one or more organs, and all you need to do is go to the supermarket and be prepared to think abou
Finance for Non-Financial Managers workbook
Using this guide you will: Understand the terms used in financial statements; Appreciate the role of finance in your organisation; Have knowledge of the work of the accountant; Understand how accounts are created; Be able to understand the accounts; Understand how the accounts can be improved by your actions. Learning Outcomes: This study guide has been written on the basis that you could know nothing at all about finance. The key assumption is that by appreciating the role of finance within you
Introduction to OO Programming in Java - Mobile Phone Case Study
This reading material forms part of the "Mobile Phone Case Study" topic in the Introduction to OO Programming in Java module.
This module focuses on major topics and areas of debate in comparative social studies through the study of classical theoretical contributions and more recent empirical research, with particular reference to contemporary industrial societies. It uses case studies of different issues such as welfare and citizenship to explore different theoretical positions.
Government of the UK and Ireland
The module is designed to provoke thought, challenge preconceptions, stimulate questions about the nature of government in the UK and Ireland. Thus, it considers key concepts such as political culture, socialisation, devolution, and governance. This module aims to provoke thought, challenge preconceptions, stimulate questions and to nourish inquisitive minds more than to provide a set diet of ready-made `answers'. What are the contextual parameters within which modern government functions? What
Case Study for Business small business self-employed
Business case study: Colossal Schuhs is a mail order and Internet business, which sells size 12 or above men’s footwear to the public. The target market is males between the ages of 16-30, who have large sized feet but want to be at the height of fashion. The company will buy footwear from four different manufacturers, and sell these trainers and shoes on to the public. The manufacturers include: • I will be the only employee of the company. The business will rent a small warehouse.