Faculty in :90 / David Norloff
A brief question-and-answer session with David Norloff, a senior lecturer in the Department of Telecommunications, produced by the College of Communications as part of its “Faculty in :90” series.
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4.4 Where does gender come from?

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2.2 The classic six-stage project management model

This model also consists of stages, but, unlike the sequential flow of the project life-cycle, the six-stage model assumes that some stages are carried out simultaneously. In particular, the model (Figure 3) assumes that communications will take place throughout the project. It also assumes that team building, leading and motivatio
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4.1 Learning from video clips

This video clip is a short feature that provides you with guidance on how to learn from video materials.

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"I began to feel that this is real." Reinhard Seiten on his Nobel Week experience
Interview with Professor Reinhard Selten at the 1st Meeting of Laureates in Economic Sciences in Lindau, Germany, September 1-4, 2004. Interviewer is freelance journalist Marika Griehsel.
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The Physics of the Violin
Jesse Liu, winner of the the departmental Speaking Competition for undergraduates, gives a short talk on the physics of a violin. The violin and elastic band are both string instruments. Yet what is it about the first that allows it to produce sounds many would regard as beautiful? I'll explore the physics behind music and the violin to illuminate this intersection of art and science.
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2.3 Paper-and-glue constructions

In this section we show how to construct surfaces by taking a piece of paper in the shape of a polygon and gluing some of its edges together. The surfaces that we obtain occupy a central position in this unit, as you will see.


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4.1 Family and meanings?

We have considered the difficulties of pinning down family definitions and meanings. We now ask whether it is indeed important to explore and unravel these complexities. Do the varieties of family meanings – or the meaning of ‘family’ itself – matter, or do they just provide a minor intellectual diversion? You may like to pause here for a moment to consider how you would answer this question for yourself. Do you think they matter, and if so, in what ways?

We consider this questi
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Le dépistage, du normal au pathologique - L’Evaluation Gériatrique Standardisée (Vidéo)

Le film se propose d'aborder la notion de dépistage en gériatrie.
Ce film s'articule autour de cinq parties, faisant chacune l'objet d'un film distinct :
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SMU supports the nationwide It's On Us campaign to stop sexual assault and violence.
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CVs and Letters to Employers
CV’s and Letters to Employers is one of several Futures workbooks which help students choose and prepare for their careers. Like the other workbooks in the series you can dip in and out doing the exercises which are most relevant to you. You might want to include the exercises or the output in your personal development plan or e-portfolio.
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America’s Aging Infrastructure: What to Fix, and Who Will Pay?
In the U.S., infrastructure is usually silent and forgotten -- until the power goes off, the ATM stops working or a neighborhood is consumed by fire. In September, a 54-year-old gas pipeline exploded in San Bruno, Calif., killing eight people and damaging more than 50 homes. Seven weeks earlier, an oil pipeline rupture in Michigan spilled more than a million gallons of crude. According to experts, the country's infrastructure is a huge market that holds tremendous business opportunities, but th
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“Afghanistan and the Future of Peace Operations”
Anders Fogh Rasmussen photoA speech by Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Secretary General of NATO. In his first visit to Chicago as Secretary General, Anders Rasmussen discusses Afghanistan, the lessons learned after eight years, and implications for future operations.
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"Birth of the Girl-Child: Speculations on the Nineteenth Century Reawakening"
A talk by Ruby Lal, Associate Professor Department of South Asian Studies at Emory University.
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De culinaire avonturen van Fra Bartolo
At the end of this unit you can understand a short story on dishes and recipes.
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1.3.1 What it means

Most people's experience of learning is in a classroom (of a school, college or evening class). The teacher is there to give guidance and direction on what to do. Activities include reading books, taking notes, answering questions and working with other people.

Online learning is completely different. All the direction is provided by the course materials. Activities such as reading, note taking and answering questions mostly take place at the computer. Working with other people is done
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Virtual Maths - 3D shapes, area of cylinder
Interactive simulation demonstrating the formula and calculation of the area of a cylinder
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Organs and Systems Working Together
This interactive site has four, brief videos that explain on how various organ systems works together to keep the body functioning properly. Included is a summary of the lesson, and an short assessment to check understanding.
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