McGuire Gibson: "Iraq Before Saddam Hussein"
A talk by McGuire Gibson, Oriental Institute and Departments of History, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations. From the Rethinking America in the Middle East Series, presented by: International House Global Voices Program, the Norman Wait Harris Fund of the Center for International Studies, the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, and the Human Rights Program
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Ping 213: Ping Pints! Massive storage on OneDrive, $650 towards your surface, safer families and som

Hey everybody! This week we're bringing you Ping Pints, where we step outside of the studio, bring a few friends along see what everyone has been pinging each other about! Shout out to Bellevue Brewing for letting us take over a corner of their fine establishment.

[02:36] Author(s): Mark DeFalco, RicksterCDN, Simon May, Heike Ritter

Virtual Maths - Numbers, 2D Triangle simulation tool
Diagram and formulas for are and volume of 2D shapes
Author(s): Leeds Metropolitan University

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Virtual Maths - Numbers, Opposite angles simulation tool
Interactive simulation tool demonstrating the angles on a 360 degree wheel
Author(s): Leeds Metropolitan University

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Deuxième session : Régulation du religieux et opinion publique : la traduction médiatique en ...

Présidence de session : Rita Hermon-Belot, Historienne, directrice d’études au Centre d’études en ssociales du religieux (Césor)/EHESS

« Le débat Charlie Hebdo en France : religion, laïcité et délibération dans la sphère publique »

Eleftheriadis Konstantinos, Postdoctorant à l’Institut universitaire européen de Florence et Castelli Gattinara Pietro, Postdoctorant à l’Institut universitaire
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3.8 Sustainable Scotland

This broad-based unit will introduce you to a number of different aspects of sustainability that impact on Scotland and the wider world. It wil appeal to anyone with an interest in a sustainable future in the context of contemporary Scottish society.

To access this material click on the unit link below. It leads to a separate OpenLearn unit and will open in a new window.

IPCC Report: the latest climate change assessments - what are the implications for our communities?
Drs Andy Reisinger and Judy Lawrence discuss the latest IPCC report, with a particular focus on the chapters based on Australia and New Zealand. The talk was sponsored by OERC, CSAFE and the Otago Climate Change Network
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R&D | Hannah Donovan | Salon 13: Bigger Data
Hannah Donovan, Lead Product Designer at Ripcord, explores the use of Big Data within the music industry.
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7.1 Introduction

We have taken a brief excursion through three different perspectives on decision making (the rational-economic, the psychological and the social) and we have considered how we think about risk from these different perspectives. How can you use these ideas to improve your own and others' decision making? The first way is to use them to develop greater insight into the pressures and influences that may be affecting how you process information, think, and decide. By becoming more aware of these
Author(s): The Open University

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Shape and Pattern Rap
A fun shape and pattern rap accompanied by pictures of young children.  The rap describes attributes of squares, triangles and rectangles.  Examples of patterns in children's clothing and in the classroom are shown.  
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Perfect Square Trinomials - Problem 1 of 3
This video is a continuation of Perfect Square Trinomials and presents an example that demonstrates how to recognize perfect square trinomials for easier factoring.  (1:31)
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Ville de Sélestat: Bibliothèque Humaniste
The Bibliothèque Humaniste (Humanist Library), at Sélestat in Alsace, France, is one of the great libraries of Europe. Their website provides bibliographic information about the Sélestat treasures, including: a special exhibition of bindings; ancient collections of the religious communities of its region, and 15th-16th century collections from the period during which the city was a leading centre of the Humanism movement in Europe. Most well-known is the collection of Beatus Rhenanus; and it
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Achebe and the African Writers Series
A special seminar held at the Postcolonial Writing and Theory Seminar at Wadham College on 2nd May 2013.
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Doctoral Career Design I F-E
As a training course of the Academic Leaders Program (ALP) primarily targeted at D1 and D2 students, these lectures will cover career design strategies for future scientists and professionals working either in academia or industry. The prospects of an international career will be discussed based on some particularities of the work and research environments in different countries, and suggestions will be given about practical ways of starting on this career path. アカデミックリーダー
Author(s): TOKYO TECH OCW

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Absolute Beginner S2 #3 - A Japanese Introduction
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You like meeting new people, so you’re excited to join a new club now that you’ve started to adjust to your life in Japan. But when the leader tells everyone to introduce themselves in Japanese by sharing three interesting facts, you’re stumped. What would this diverse group of Japanese people find [...]
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Singapore to use state-of-the-art farming tech to produce more veggies
Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Scientists at an indoor produce farm in Singapore are using cutting edge technology to reduce growing times and costs. The Panasonic lab-farm is one of the projects in the works to increase the capability of the small island state, which currently imports more than 95 percent of their produce, to grow their own vegetables. Sharon Reich reports. More Innovations: http://smarturl.it/Innovations Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Reuters
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Money talks: Minimum-wage mania
Governments are enthusiastically raising the minimum wage of workers. But how high can they go without being harmful?
Author(s): The Economist

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The Mabo Case: Its Significance for Australia and the World
A judicial revolution occurred in 1992 when the High Court discarded the doctrine of terra nullius in the Mabo case. The ruling had repercussions for Indigenous peoples within Australia and around the world, especially in Canada, New Zealand, and the United States. In this lecture presented by the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences, Professor Peter Russell considers the background and consequences of the Mabo case, contextualising
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In the Wake of Economic Reform: New Prospects for a National Building State
  Has economic reform run its course? What potential remains for the resumption of nation building progress? Contrary to expectations Canberra emerges from 20 years of neo-liberalism with disciplined government, ample revenues, an effective regulative apparatus and – perhaps – the capacity for government to steer the economy towards a brighter future. In this lecture, Professor Pusey weighs these prospects against the negative impacts of neo-liberalism on our institutions and th
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1.6.2 Education

Education is obviously one of the crucial dimensions in any attempt to develop a future European identity or at least more understanding and convergence among Europeans. If the school made the nation, it should also be a key factor in promoting Europeanness. Observers of the school scene in Europe acknowledge the existence of a growing sentiment of interest for European themes (institutions, politics, peoples, languages). Furthermore, the EU-based exchange programmes have recognised the impor
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