Stop 24: Kate Simon - Bunny Wailer
WHO SHOT ROCK & ROLL: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present February 25, 2011 - May 22, 2011 Who Shot Rock & Roll is the first major exhibition on rock and roll to put photographers in...
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Dissatisfied With the Lives They Live: Farm Women Describe Their Work in a 1913 U.S. Department of A
Statistics on women's work in the early 20th century were invariably misleading: most women worked but only a minority were formally in the wage labor force. Nowhere was the discrepancy between the domestic ideal and the reality of women's work lives wider than in rural America. In 1913 the U. S. Department of Agriculture decided to investigate and document the lives of farm woman they discovered a vast reservoir of discontent. The report, reproduced here, was culled from letters responding to a
Introduction to Factor Analysis
This site introduces the application of factor analysis to chemical data. The tutorial, which uses data from a UV absorbance experiment, is designed for undergraduate chemistry students.
H.A. King's Caley peas, Perry County
Field of Caley peas on H.A. King's farm in Perry County. From the J.C. Lowery agronomy slide collection. For more slides, visit Auburn University Libraries Special Collections and Archives.,Kodachrome color slide
Conversations with Berkeley Faculty: Steven Weber (4/28/03)
Conversations with History Presents Faculty Research at the University of California, Berkeley A Conversation with Steven Weber Professor of Political Science "Power in the Information Age" This interview took place on April 28, 2003. Steven Weber is a Professor of Political Science at U.C. Berkeley. His publications include Cooperation and Discord in U.S. - Soviet Arms Control; the edited volume, Globalization and the European Political Economy; and forthcoming from Harvard University Press,
Powers of Persuasion -- Poster Art of World War II
This site provides a standards-based lesson on how the use of posters during WWII helped win over the hearts and minds of the American people.
Money Math: Lessons for Life
In these four lessons students learn: 1. How saving helps people become wealthy. They develop "rules to become a millionaire" as they work through a series of exercises, learning that it is important to: save early and often, save as much as possible, earn compound interest, try to earn a high interest rate, leave deposits and interest earned in the account as long as possible, and choose accounts for which interest is compounded often. This lesson assumes that students have worked with percents
Social Activism: 2011
Day of Action at Dickinson College on February 22, 2011
This is a short movie about a lonely mammoth wandering around in a blizzard. This animation was by a David Otzen from 3D College Denmark. The beautiful images are set to music and although there is no narration, it could be a nice introduction to a lesson about the Mammoth or about extinction. (01:45)
Grape, Almond, and Fennel Salad with Vanilla-Grape Vinaigrette
Grapes are the ultimate hand-to-mouth fruit, a wholesome snack that needs no peeling, slicing or coring. But for cooks looking to make an impression, grapes have other traits to exploit. They're juicy, so why not juice them? A fresh grape puree, strained and reduced, contributes a desirable body and sweetness to a salad dressing. Chef Scott Samuel of the Culinary Institute of America was asked to develop some contemporary recipes with California table grapes. In this video Chef Samuel prepares a
25 Jan 2011: The Veritas Forum: Robots, Autism, & God
Rosalind Picard, Professor of Media Arts and Sciences at MIT, will speak at Rice's 2011 Veritas Forum. She will present her work on affective computing, an interdisciplinary field that explores new sensors and systems that recognize and respond respectfully to human emotions. Dr. Picard will also discuss how her work and her faith mutually inform each other, how they shape her understanding of humanity, and how they inspire her to use her technical expertise to help those with autism.
This video describes how a cyclic quadrilateral has vertices on the same circle and is inscribed in the circle. The opposite angles have the same endpoints (the other vertices) and together their intercepted arcs include the entire circle. Since the measure of an inscribed angle is half the intercepted arc, the sum of the opposite angles must be 180 degrees. (4:12)
SchoolForge.net : Open Bron software Schoolforge.net bundelt Open Bron software en vrije software die bruikbaar is voor het onderwijs.
Schoolforge.net bundelt Open Bron software en vrije software die bruikbaar is voor het onderwijs.
21F.501 Japanese I (MIT)
This course covers Japanese: The Spoken Language Lessons 1 through 6, providing opportunities to acquire basic skills for conversation, reading and writing. The program emphasizes active command of Japanese, not passive knowledge. The goal is not simply to study the grammar and vocabulary, but to improve the ability to use Japanese accurately and appropriately with fluency. Students will learn 56 Kanji characters in this course, as well as introducing Hiragana and Katakana.
Literary Festival 2011 - Storylines and Songscapes: Celebrating Tagore's short stories
Editor's note: For copyright reasons parts of this event are not included in the audio podcast. | Celebrating Rabindranath Tagore's 150th anniversary, this production marks his seminal contribution to Indian fiction with his short stories. The presentation includes a reading of four short stories in English translations, live music and dance, and film clips. This project celebrates the art of storytelling and live reading, the beauty of Tagore’s little gems. The readings are punctuated with ap
Human Security and EU Foreign Policy: Concepts, Impact, Implications
This event will reflect on the work of the Human Security Study Group at LSE since 2004 and its impact in the development of European foreign and security policy. Mary Kaldor is professor of global governance at the Department of International Development and co-director of LSE Global Governance, London School of Economics & Political Science. Javier Solana is senior visiting professor at LSE Global Governance and former secretary general of NATO, European Union high representative for common fo
3.1.2 (B) Observation and measurement
Providing an overview of current issues in UK science education, this unit examines what type of science the curriculum should cover and for what purpose. The unit will introduce you to practical problems in the delivery of an effective science curriculum, and particular questions at all three educational tiers - primary, secondary and tertiary - will be touched on.
The relationship between risk perception and communication
Executive Doctorate (DBA) student Hugo Marynissen discusses his research with Toby Thompson. Profile: http://linkd.in/i94Awk
Better Business Decision-Making...
Better Business Decision-Making through Simulated Business Management Software: Dr. Wilfred Huang is using SAP Enterprise Resource Planning simulation software to teach his students how to make better business management decisions.
Woordsoorten : Instructieles Deze bordles is een instructieles om de verschillende woordsoorten zoals bijvoeglijk naamwoord, zelfstandig naamwoord, lidwoord en werkwoord aan te brengen. De laatste pagina is een sorteeroefening opgebouwd rond het zelfstandig naamwoord of …
Deze bordles is een instructieles om de verschillende woordsoorten zoals bijvoeglijk naamwoord, zelfstandig naamwoord, lidwoord en werkwoord aan te brengen. De laatste pagina is een sorteeroefening opgebouwd rond het zelfstandig naamwoord of …