Lisa Appignanesi - Love and the Novel
Lisa Appignanesi considers the subject of love and the novel and reads extracts from her book The Things We Do For Love. She discusses the treatment of love throughout the history of the novel, in particular the work of Henry James.
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En esta asignatura se introducen los conceptos básicos de la organización de datos en soporte secundario. Se estudiarán las organizaciones base y auxiliares más extendidas, haciendo hincapié en la importancia de su elección para el buen rendimiento de los Sistemas de Información. El aprendizaje de asociaciones de archivos se apoyará en el modelo jerárquico. El conocimiento que se pretende alcanzar es fundamental para la administración de Bases de Datos en su esquema interno.
Author(s): Francisco Javier Calle,Dolores Cuadra

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ARkStorm Scenario
In 2008, the USGS Multi-Hazards Demonstration Project (MHDP) brought together over 300 experts to create ShakeOut the most comprehensive earthquake scenario and massive storm possibilities. Basically, this is a wake-up call that shows students what might happen. However, it does not tell students how to prepare.
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IPL Andrew Mercer - Viruses and us - is it all bad news
"Viruses and us - is it all bad news?" Professor Andrew Mercer's Inaugural Professorial Lecture. Professor Mercer: Robert and Marjorie Webster Chair in Viral Pathogenesis, Department of Microbiology and Immunology.
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Video Culture Class: Spanish Holidays #13 - Mother’s Day
Learn more about Spanish culture with SpanishPod101.com! Ever wondered what the most important Spanish holidays are, and how they are celebrated? Then this 25-lesson video series is for you! With this series, you’ll learn the what, why, when and how of 25 well-known holidays in Spain. In this video, you’ll learn all [...]
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The Origin of Life - Abiogenesis
An introduction to the theory of abiogenesis, the origin of life, using text and pictures set to music. Very informative and interesting for older students. WARNING: Front male nudity in Michaelangelo fresco. (09:59)

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Lady Bird Johnson: Oval Room
In this video clip, President Lyndon Johnson's wife, Lady Bird Johnson, gives the history of the Oval Room, which was where the first official White House reception took place with John and Abigail Adams hosting. (2:51)
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9.3 Differential sensitivity

Absolute thresholds represent only one type of threshold; one could also ask whether the subject can detect a difference between two stimuli. The threshold for detection of difference is called a difference threshold or difference limen (DL). The difference threshold is a measure of the smallest detectable difference between two stimuli. Basically it answers the psychophysical question: ‘How different must two stimuli (e.g. two weights, two colours, two sounds) b
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Mark Twain Biography - 1835-1910 Part 3 of 5
Biography of Mark Twain in short video clips. Describes his time in the Civil War.  Includes reenactment of his experience in the taking of a life. Part 3 of 5  (1:38)
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4.4 Predicting conformation from sequence

Given the amino acid sequence of a protein, it is possible to use computational methods to try to fit the sequence into folding patterns. This operation is called ‘threading’. Different conformations can be ranked according to how well they accommodate the sequence; that is, the most stable conformation is ranked highest. Of course, this technique can only be used for those folds that have been definitively described by X-ray diffraction or NMR, and the structure of those proteins whose s
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1 Teaching and learning relationships in early childhood

In this unit we will look at how children's early experiences with their caregivers and peers contribute to the learning of new skills and problem-solving strategies. We will pay special attention to the way talk is used in teaching and learning exchanges as this is the principal means by which older, more experienced members of a society communicate social and cultural practices, knowledge and collective wisdom to younger apprentice learners.

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Narwhals (Part 2)
 Unicorns of the Arctic - Narwhals  (Part 2) (podcast) by Anna Shi (15:00)

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Massachusetts Constable 1-617-548-0093 Process Servers 24/7 MA Constables
By: declan anya http://constableservices.org MAConstable I.A.D is a fully licensed bonded & Insured constable service that offers trustworthy, dependable and professional service for all your entire Criminal and Civil processing needs. MA Constable I.A.D serves legal documents such as subpoenas, writs, summons, complaints, court orders and probate documents to any individual involved in a court case.
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Creating a Learning Society [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Joseph E Stiglitz, Professor Amartya Sen | Joseph E Stiglitz was chief economist at the World Bank until January 2000. He is currently University Professor at Columbia University and won the Nobel Prize for Economics in 2001. Amartya Sen teaches economics and philosophy at Harvard University, and was Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, until 2004. He won the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1998. Professor Sen is an honorary fellow of LSE. This event is supported by LSE's Dep
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'Five Little Monkeys' Fingerplay and Song
This video shows a librarian demonstrating the fingerplay - Five Little Monkeys.' (01:23)
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Geography of Europe
A brief video about the geography of Europe. (Simulated overhead flight to see the Rhine and Danube rivers.)

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Astronaut Jack Fischer Interview
Astronaut Jack Fischer talks about his training and the Fly NASA astronaut recruitment program.
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Bonheur, Sheep in the Highlands, 1857 -Smart History at Khan Academy
Rosa Bonheur, Sheep in the Highlands, 1857, oil on canvas, 46 x 65 cm (Wallace Collection, London) Speakers: Dr. Beth Harris, Dr. Steven Zucker. The Wallace Collection suggests that this painting is likely the result of a trip that the artist made to Scotland the previous year. (02:25)
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Learn the Alphabet Letters and Sounds
This cute video introduces each letter and sound of the alphabet using animals. Young learners will enjoy the cute animal pictures. Each uppercase and lowercase letter are shown on the screen as it is said aloud. The name of the animal is also displayed on screen. This is a great resource to introduce and/or to re-teach this important skill in the early childhood classroom. (1:35)
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Onomatopoeia
Onomatopoeia are words that describe a sounds.  This very short clip shows words that are onomatopoeia along with a song.  (00:30)

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