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Computer Typing Lessons : Memorizing Keys on the Keyboard
Learn how to memorize keys on the computer keyboard in this free instructional video. Expert: Jenifer Cononico. (2:31)
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4.2.3 Using a search engine more effectively

The search shown in Figure 9(b) is an example of how to use a search engine in a simple way. However, one of the problems with finding information on the web is that there is so much! And not all of it is relevant to what you want. My search for ‘rugby’ and ‘wales’ using the Google search engine yielded about 420,000 results or ‘hits’ (see the information contained in the blue strip on Figure 9(b)). The first few sites listed will probably tell me what I want to know. But what abo
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2.3 Wales

In 1282, Edward I conquered Wales and the Statute of Rhuddlan (or Statute of Wales, 1284) established English rule. Rather than involve the assimilation of the Welsh by the English the conquest saw ‘a colonial system … established in those parts of Llywelyn's Principality which were by 1284 in the hands of the king’ (Davies, 1991, p. 166). In 1400, Owain Glyndwr led the most outstanding and successful rising in Wales against the new order and the tyranny of the English border barons, wh
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1.1 What is identity?

This course is about questions of identity. Identity itself seems to be about a question, ‘who am I?’ We are going to focus on three key questions in this section:

  • How are identities formed?

  • How much control do we have in shaping our own identities?

  • Are there particular uncertainties about identity in the contemporary UK?

First, we need to think a bit more about what we mean by identity.

If
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Public Bailout of Bank's Recklessness
In response to the ongoing sub-prime crisis, the recently published Crosby Report recommends that the Government uses public money to swap bank's seriously damaged mortgage-backed securities for pristine government bonds. Matthew Watson from the Department of Politics and International Studies at Warwick University talks about these recommendations, and how the global credit crunch is affecting Labour's popularity with the electorate.
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3.1 Introduction

As well as looking at the behaviour of firms and the industries and markets to which they belong, economists also engage in a different style of inquiry, thinking about what economic change means for the lives of the people involved. Once again there is a variety of interpretations and different ideas but this time they concern the desirability of economic change. What benefits does the ‘new economy’ bring and what costs, or negative effects, does it impose on people? In analysing these b
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1.10 Ganymede

David A. Rothery Teach Yourself Planets, Chapter 9, pp. 107-39, Hodder Education, 2000, 2003.

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Ganymede is the largest planetary satellite in the Solar System, being bigger (though less massive) than the planet Mercury. It is shown in comparison with its outer neighbour Callisto in Author(s): The Open University

Church clocks of Southwark Diocese
An illustrated schedule of Anglican churches in Southwark Diocese that have clocks with external faces.
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Rights not set

Introduction

This course focuses on your initial encounters with research. It invites you to think about how perceptions of mathematics have influenced you in your prior learning, your teaching and the attitudes of learners.

This OpenLearn course is an adapted extract from the Open University course ME825 Researching mathematics learning
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Dance Through Time4 Allemande
Allemande, an influential French Baroque Court dance, is performed by professional dancers. This is an excerpt from the DVD: How To Dance Through Time Vol. 4. (0:51)
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Photography 130 panel discussion
Photography 130 panel discussion. Thursday 16 March at RMIT Gallery - exploring 130 years of photography at RMIT with Shane Hulbert, Pauline Anastasiou, John Billan, Gale Spring, and Alex Syndikas.
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McCulloch v. Maryland
A Dramatization of the legal case, McCulloch v. Maryland, that set the precedent that states could not tax functions of the federal government.

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Plan National de formation : École et droit - Journée de sensibilisation pour une formation ...

L’objectif principal de cette journée de sensibilisation à la culture juridique est d’aider les personnels de l’école ou de l’EPLE à prendre une décision éclairée lorsqu’une situation professionnelle met en jeu les principes du droit. Déjà au cours des années 70, André Legrand nous expliquait, dans son ouvrage L’école dans ...
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Introduction

This unit examines how small features can be etched and cut out of solid materials at a very small scale.

This unit is an adapted extract from the Open University course Engineering small worlds: micro and nano technologies (T356).


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5.1 Introduction

We have seen some of the difficulties that Mrs Biggs has faced when formulating a sufficiently general and sufficiently specific rule to deal with the conduct of the visitors to her garden. In Part D we take things a step further by looking at some of the difficulties which may arise when it comes to interpreting rules such as the one developed (with your help) by Mrs Biggs. In particular, we will be exploring the way in which our understanding of the language used in rules affects our interp
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Religious Liberty and the Equality of Women
Do recent changes in America's healthcare regulations and law compromise the religious liberty and equality of women? This question is explored by a panel of professors from the perspectives of law, theology, and philosophy. Dr. Jeanne Buckeye is the moderator, while Professor Teresa Collett, Dr. Deborah Savage, and Dr. R. Mary Lemmons are panelists. This is a Fortnight for Freedom event hosted by the Siena Symposium for Women, Family, and Culture, and co-sponsored by the Minnesota Catholic Conf
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11/5/08: Who Won and Why
Wednesday on RadioWest, we're live from the Hinckley Institute of Politics with post election analysis. We're joined by Kirk Jowers of the Hinckley Institute, pollster Dan Jones, and Brigham Young University political scientist Quin Monson
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New Developments in the Economics of Crime [Audio]
Speaker(s): Stephen Machin | The lecture will present evidence on the determinants of criminality, with a focus on how economic incentives matter for crime. A particular emphasis will be placed on new empirical developments in the economics of crime field, and the use of large scale microdata in research designs that enable causal effects to be identified. Some of the areas to be covered include: crime and the labour market; the economic returns to crime; online crime; and the impact of policin
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1 1 Who are Europeans?

When I went to Loughborough for the first time I was pleasantly surprised as a social scientist to see that the town was twinned with Épinal, the French town where the founder of modern sociology, Émile Durkheim, was born. In fact, as you enter any major English town you are likely to see sooner or later a plaque indicating that the town is twinned with another European town. But what is the meaning of this practice?

After the Second World War, which pitched European state against Eur
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Managing Health Care - Clicks Workplace Case Study

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Sianne Abrahams; Rulisha Chetty and Reza Williams