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Amendments 19-27 (Principles of the Constitution Series)
This video clip is the ninth and final episode in the Principles of the Constitution Series. This clip focuses on Amendments 19-27 of the U.S. Constitution. The 19th Amendment deals with women’s suffrage. The 20th Amendment, also known as the “Lame Duck” amendment, establishes presidential and congressional terms. The 21st Amendment repealed prohibition. The 22nd Amendment limits the presidential terms. The 23rd Amendment allows presidential votes for the District of Colombia.
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Media Uses and Gratifications: Some Features of the Approach: Response by Denis McQuail
Denis McQuail's response to Jay G. Blumler's talk on the origins and sources of the appeal of the 'uses and gratifications' paradigm. Is the active audience an article of faith or an empirical question? Empirical and quantifiable measurement of gratifications sought or obtained from consumption of a wide range of media materials proves to have been remarkably easy and productive when undertaken properly. After reviewing the principal conceptual framework of the 'uses and gratifications' paradigm
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Building on tradition
Building on a tradition of excellence, Missouri State University shapes the leaders of tomorrow.
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Be Bright. Be Seen
Benny Beaver knows the key to a safe commute is to be seen. Using lights and reflective tape and wearing light-colored clothes makes you more visible as a biker or pedestrian. Stand out and stay safe. http://poweredbyorange.com/be-bright/ Music by Finn Riggins
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Marc Brown & Judy Sierra: 2012 National Book Festival
Marc Brown & Judy Sierra appear at the 2012 Library of Congress National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: Marc Brown has illustrated many popular picture books, including "Wild About Books" and "Born to Read." He is also the creator of PBS's six-time Emmy Award-winning "Arthur" television show. Judy Sierra and Marc Brown have partnered together on the New York Times best-selling picture book "Wild About Books" and its follow-up, "Zoozical!," as well as "Born to Read." This fall, the famed duo
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The Biological Mysteries of Kimchi (Mandarin)
Kimchi is a spicy pickled cabbage dish eaten in Korea and China. Using Kimchi as a teaching vehicle, this lesson is about how plants absorb and lose water. The lesson has three main learning/teaching goals. The first main learning goal is to understand that plants absorb and lose water through cells. The second is to learn how to observe the plasmolysis of plants. The third one is to understand the principle of osmosis in plant cells. As a prerequisite to this lesson, students should know about
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Tijd voor Taal 2 : Dicteeboekje
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In dit blanco dicteeschriftje kunnen leerlingen alle dictees maken van de methode Tijd voor Taal 2. Op de pagina naast elk dictee is er ruimte voorzien waar leerlingen hun foutjes kunnen verbeteren.


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Faculty Learning Day, Jan. 2013 | Meegan Willi
Meegan Willi examines the ways technologies can be used to make accommodations for students with disabilities.
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He's Back!
Turns out, nothing could keep him from returning to Career Services. But who is he? Find out in the first video featuring our new spokesperson -- and help us give him a name! http://www.career.arizona.edu Find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/UACareerServices
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Fluid Mechanics Lab - Working with Industry
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Why Study Aristotle with Simon Oliver
Simon Oliver explains the role that the philosophy of Aristotle (384 -- 322 BCE) has played in western Christian theology since the thirteenth century.
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Online Assessment Tips and Tools
Using the Blackboard Rubric, Assignment and Wiki tool to improve performance assessment.
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Evaluation in International Perspective
Objectives: By taking this course, students are expected to deepen their understanding of the major evaluation methods and their application in the evaluation of program, project, and social environment and the difference of evaluation system and culture between the countries. They will also acquire basic evaluation skills through performing evaluation of their chosen topics. 本コースでは主要な評価手法と,政策やプロジェクト、社会環境に関する評価手法の適用
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ELL Vocab Sheets
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Software development process
A software development process is a structure imposed on the development of a software product. This session introduces several models for such processes, each describing approaches to a variety of tasks or activities that take place during the process.
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Economic Update: "Contending Economic Theories"
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Babbage: January 16th 2013


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1.8 Reflecting on definitions of ‘abnormality’

The main thing to remember is that the way that ‘abnormality’ is defined will have consequences for the method of identification. It will also impact on people's expectations of their future development. For example, we discussed the way that dyslexia is defined in relation to a person's IQ. Does that mean that if someone has a low IQ and an even lower reading age we should adjust our expectations of what that person can achieve with help, or let IQ influence how much help is offered? Sim
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SuperUROP project titled: Image De-blurring Despite JPEG Artifacts, presented by SuperUROP student A

MIT EECS - Qualcomm Undergraduate Researdch and Innovation Scholar Aakanksha Sarda presented her SuperUROP project titled "Image De-blurring Despite JPEG Artifacts" at the DEc. 6, 2012 SuperUROP poster session in the MIT Grier Room, 34-401. Aakansha Sarda's advisor is EECS professor Fredo Durand.


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