HST.720 Physiology of the Ear (MIT)
Topics for this course are based primarily on reading and discussions of original research literature that cover the analysis as well as the underlying physical and physiological mechanisms of acoustic signals in the auditory periphery. Topics include the acoustics, mechanics, and hydrodynamics of sound transmission; the biophysical basis for cochlear amplification; the physiology of hair-cell transduction and synaptic transmission; efferent feedback control; the analysis and coding of simple an
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Crossing American Cultures
Upon Reflection host Marcia Alvar discusses Native American culture in the United States with anthropologist Peter Nabokov, now a professor at the University of California Los Angeles. He shares his knowledge of Native American heritages and diversity, and how legislation has changed their place in U.S. culture.
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Evaluation of 'Business Enterprise' Module
This report outlines a process of evaluation for a business enterprise module. This exploratory research investigates the impact of 'contextual' based evaluation of enterprise education curricula
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Inside the Teacher's Studio - Nicole Shea
Inside the Teacher's Studio is a program featuring teachers from around Rutgers University. Watch to learn more about the diverse classes offered at Rutgers, the innovative teaching strategies used in different disciplines and class formats, and the overall process of becoming and growing as a teacher. This episode features graduate student and teaching assistant Nicole Shea. Nicole has been piloting a new model for general biology. Her work won her the Award for Teaching by Graduate Students f
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SOC101 Session 12 Fall 2013
The Individual in Society with Sergio Soto http://youtube.com/csudhtv
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Rachael Goes to College: Housing
SUNY Oswego student Rachael Kepler gives advice on selecting where to stay on campus. Also see our Why Live in ________? video series at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOzYOdcr-KM&list=PLOveF0qZWALbeNxwYI9erqRhLKCQyIeJo
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Gaining Perspective
Oregon State University College of Business student, Michael Williams, is utilizing UAV technology to bring coaches a new perspective on the game.
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7.3 Risk and contingency planning

Risk in projects may be defined as ‘an event or situation … which can endanger all or part of the project’

(Nickson and Siddons, 1997).

Risk management is fundamental to project management and has an impact on estimates of time and effort required for the project. It is concerned with assessing the kinds of risk associated with trying to make something happen, for example the possibil
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Solve the Outbreak App for iPad
'Your mission, if you choose to accept, is to get clues and analyze data to solve the outbreak and save lives! In this fun app, you get to be the Disease Detective. Do you quarantine the village? Interview people who are sick? Run more lab tests? The better your answers, the higher your score - and the quicker you’ll climb the ranks to become a decorated Disease Detective. In level 1, you’ll start out as a Trainee and can earn badges by solving scenarios, with the goal of earnin
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The Drop and Upward Throw of a Ball are Very Similar
Previously we determined the motion graphs for dropping a ball from 2.0 meters and throwing a ball up to 2.0 meters and catching it again.  In this video I show that the reverse of the drop coupled with the drop itself is the same thing as throwing the ball upward.  Make sense?  Okay, watch the video.

Content Times:
0:13 Reviewing the previous graphs
0:25 The drop is the same as the 2nd half of the drop
0:48 Dropping the medicine ball in reverse

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Building Cross-Platform Apps with Apache Cordova and Microsoft Build.vNext | Visual Studio ALM Range

This walkthrough demo will cover setting up a basic Cordova project, setting up a repo in Visual Studio Online, setting up the appropriate environments to handle the targeted platforms for application release, and ensuring quality build results prior to making the definitions live.

As there are many tutorials out there concerning Cordova applications, this walkthrough demo will focus more on the ALM aspects.
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The Homework Wars: How Much is Too Much?
Parents and students say it's overwhelming, experts say it might be doing more harm than good, and one teacher has eliminated homework altogether. (04:26)
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Debat in de klas : Site met thema's en ideeën voor debatvoering
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Deze uitgebreide site wil zo veel mogelijk scholieren lekker laten debatteren! We geloven dat het het kritisch en onafhankelijk denken bevordert.

Op deze website vind je alles wat je nodig hebt om zelf te debatteren. Het grootste deel is helemaal …


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Famous Jewish Trials: from Jesus to Demjanjuk:
Within the context of the question of how and when law becomes separate from religion, this lecture addresses how the answer to that question in the Judaean world applies to myth and reality in the trial and death of Jesus. We will then consider how long-held assumptions regarding that trial and death have affected Jewish-Christian relations--as seen specifically in legal and quasi-legal situations--for two millennia.
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2015 Profile in Courage Award
On May 3, 2015, former U.S. Congressman Bob Inglis (R-SC) was award the 2015 Profile in Courage Award by Jack Schlossberg, President Kennedy’s grandson, with the 25th annual John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award™. Inglis was chosen for this this honor for the courage he demonstrated when reversing his position on climate change after extensive briefings with scientists, and discussions with his children, about the impact of atmospheric warming on our future. Knowing the potential conseque
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1 Why is information security important?

This course introduces you to information security and its management.

A succinct definition of information security might run as follows:

Information security is the collection of technologies, standards, policies and management practices that are applied to information to keep it secure.

But why is it important to secure information? And how should its security be managed? To
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Post Office, Wawaka, Indiana
Wawaka was laid out by Isaac Tibbot in 1857. He built his home there in 1834. It owes its major development to the railroad that was built through the area, originally the Lake Shore Railway. A sign stating this is the post office is somewhat hidden.,Noble County Journey
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Carl Zimmer at the DOE JGI 2012 Genomics of Energy & Environment Meeting
By: JGI New York Times science writer Carl Zimmer delivering the opening keynote "On the Genome Beat" at the 7th Annual Genomics of Energy & Environment Meeting on March 20, 2012 in Walnut Creek, Calif.
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JLR-ILP Partnership Maximizes MIT Collaboration
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Soap-bubble cyclone is a mini deadly storm
Heating soap bubbles from underneath creates vortices that are the baby brothers of huge cyclones -- even Jupiter's famous Great Red Spot. Read more: http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg22129530.100
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