Book Writer App for iOS
'Make your own book with Book Writer. Anyone can easily make a book.Make an interactive book and enjoy making and reading the books you made!You can use it in school, work, and at home to make all types of books such as photo book, recipe book, diary, PR booklet, PDF documents, and etc. Making a multimedia bookYou can add pictures, text, voice recordings, songs, and videos on the page.You can use the camera to take pictures or videos and add them right on to the book.Book Writer provides in
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A Day in the Life of a Kent State Groundskeeper
Maintaining Kent State's beautiful 950 acre campus takes a lot of hard work. Jil Morgan and Matt Treen are two of many people among the Kent State Grounds crews who help make it happen. Music: "The last ones" by Jahzzar
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A Critical Approach to the Use of Computers in Architectural Design
There are two dominant approaches to architectural and urbanistic problem solving: program based approaches and paradigm based approaches. Beyond these two, this paper proposes the critical/formalist approach as a paradigm for architectural design while summarizing the epistemological foundations of it, and investigates the possible contribution of the computers to this approach. The primary aim is to set a starting point for a more comprehensive future research.
Author(s): Anay, Hakan

You decide to visit the sports centre to see the facilities for yourself. In the reception area, you overhear some conversations.

1 Listen to the audio clip and pick the areas metioned from the options
Author(s): The Open University

Using Point-Slope Form of the Equation of a Line
Instructor uses a white board to explain how to use point-slope form of a linear equation to write the equation of a line in slope-intercept form and then graph the given line. Â Examples include being given a point and slope and also being given two points.Â
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Determine the Y-Intercept Given an Equation in Point-Slope Form
The instructor demonstrates how to find the y-intercept of an equation of a line that is given in point slope form.Â  One example is modeled using a step by step approach.

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Will life on other planets share our genetic code?
Prof. Stephen Freeland : Lecture
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A Rare View of Polar Bears
Bob Simon reports on the latest "spy-cam" techniques used by wildlife filmmakers to show animals - in this case, polar bears - up-close. This 14 minute video was done by a unique hidden camera type of "spy" devise. Students will get to know more about these endangered animals which are still being allowed to be killed by the Canadian government despite their status. Students will learn about how the bears live. Also a good career video.
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The Mindset of Internationally Successful Companies
Risk management for going global requires a delicate balance of detail-oriented preparation and openness to uncertainty.
Author(s): Dennis Lee, Director, RSM Chio Lim, and Benjamin K

Herodotus and Part 1
This is a school project about the history of Herodotus and the Battle of Thermapylae.  The skit takes the viewer back in time to conduct an interview with Herodotus. (Amateur video)

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Welcome to Radio Lingua News – in this podcast we’ll be updating listeners on the latest developments from Radio Lingua. Coming up on today’s show: Learning languages 140 characters at a time with TwitterLearn Introducing our Community Managers New features for Radio Lingua premium members Announcing our Summer Sale Updates on the latest shows TwitterLearn […]

Closely related to representation of religion is the recurring issue of differing perspectives. In talking about perspectives here, we are thinking about how we look at something. We rarely approach anything neutrally â€“ either consciously or subconsciously we tend to adopt a particular perspective â€“ and how we look at something affects what we see. Whenever we make assumptions, we impose them on events, phenomena and other people. This is as true for scholars examining religion as
Author(s): The Open University

Veggie Tales- Larry Boy and the Rumor Weed part 3
When Laura Carrot and Junior Asparagus misunderstand a neighbor, a story that he is a robot starts circulating throughout Bumblyburg. The Rumor Weed feeds on the gossip and spreads its menacing intentions all over town. Supercucumber Larry-Boy is called in to get to the root of the problem. This video teaches children about the negative effects of gossip with clever Batmanish humor and positive "veggie" role models. The horrible Rumor Weed even turns into a beautiful flowering plant when it chan
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In Part C you have learnt that:

• accurate law reporting allows for legal principles to be collated, identified and accessed;

• there are many sources of law reports: Year Books (1275â€“1535), private reports (1535â€“1865), modern reports (1865 to present), the Law Reports, Weekly Law Reports, All England Law Reports, legal periodicals and newspapers, European Community Reports, DVD-ROMs and legal databases available via the internet.

Author(s): The Open University

End of the NHS?
Delivered by Professor Allyson Pollock, public health research and policy specialist at Queen Mary, University of London, this IPR lecture explored major changes and challenges to the NHS through government reform, what this means for patient access and what needs to be done about it.
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The Genius of Archimedes - Part 3
NOVA explores Archimedes' rare writings, as well as the book's mysterious beginnings, tumultuous history and amazing discovery. As the ancient text comes back from the dead, it unlocks its revolutionary contentsâ€”the infinite secrets of one of history's greatest thinkers. (Part 3) Run time 08:26.
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Tables are used as a way of describing what you are talking about in a structured format. They tend to be used to present figures, either as a summary or as a starting point for discussion. Tables are also probably the most common way of presenting data in educational courses.

Tables have always been compiled by someone. In doing so, the compiler may have selected data and they will have chosen a particular format, either of which may influence the reader. You need to be aware of the co
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Using Math Vocabulary to Describe
Math Lingo is an interactive tic-tac-toe game. Â Students read a question and find the picture that shows the correct answer. Â Students practice positional vocabulary, names of shapes, same and different. Â Correct answers receive a crowd cheer. Â Clip art shows young children, but the content of the game is good for ELL and Special Education students. Â
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Virtual Maths, Brick Density - Water Displacement method
Presentation explaining how to calculate the density of a brick using water displacement method.
Author(s): Leeds Metropolitan University

TALAT Lecture 2402: Design Recommendations for fatigue loaded structures
This lecture presents calculation of design stresses for variable stress ratios in practice, explanation on the background of design recommendations; it demonstrates the concept of partial safety factors and supply appropriate background information for aluminium; it enables the designer to evaluate service behavior of structural details on a more sophisticated level applying the same principles as in current design recommendations; it provides understanding of the fatigue design procedure accor
Author(s): TALAT,Dimitris Kosteas, Technische UniversitÃƒÂ¤t MÃƒ