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This month with the President - March 2012
As the University marks its 125th anniversary, President Patrick Deane talks about the importance of celebrating McMaster's 125-year legacy, but says it's just as important to look to the University's future. More information at http://www.mcmaster125.ca
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Dan Gilbert - The Writer's Perspective
Writing Books for Readers Beyond Academe Harvard University Faculty Development & Diversity In the world of writing and publishing, "academic" is too often shorthand for -- as one editor puts it -- "lifeless prose, cumbersome to read, filled with unnecessary complication, often disdainful and stridently obscure in style and tone." This session is intended for faculty members who aspire to write for the general educated reader, and those seeking advice on how to engage trade publishers and age
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Introductory lecture and activities link to videos (Yr2)
Introductory lecture and activities link to videos (Yr2) - Su White Keywords:interdisciplinarity
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Law School Is a Common "Next Step"
Most law involves business. We send a lot of our graduates on to law school. And they tend to do very well.
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Talking Point - Regulating Global Capital
UNSW's Professor Justin O'Brien talks to Lancaster University's Professor Saul Picciotto about his new book, "Regulating Global Corporate Capitalism".
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Lecture 18 (experimental video version)
Marketing - MKTG 25010 Lectures - Lecture 18 (experimental video version) - Kent State University > COLLEGES > College of Business Administration > COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION > Marketing > MKTG 25010 Lectures > Lecture 18 (experimental video version)
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Rice University’s NSF ADVANCE Program’s Negotiating the Ideal Faculty Position Workshop Master C
Rice ADVANCE

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Motivation: An Introduction
Lisa White-McNulty

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Motivational Challenges in the Classroom
Lisa White-McNulty

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Busterfield Library A-Z
In this video segment from 'Between the Lions,' Leon Redbone sings a fun alphabet song. In alphabetical order, each letter takes the stage along with a Between the Lions character or image that begins with that letter. Showing the letters and things they stand for helps build alphabet knowledge. (01:50)
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Ancient Chinese Space Travel
On Discovery Channel's "Massive Engines," host Chris Barrie explains how Ancient Chinese official Wan Hu attempted to travel to space using a chair, a kite and 47 fire arrows. (0:49)
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mation médicale 2011 - Antibioclic, outil en ligne pour une antibiothérapie rationnelle en soins.

Titre : Formation médicale 2011 - Antibioclic, outil en ligne pour une antibiothérapie rationnelle en soins primaires
Auteur (s) : Pauline Jeanmougin (Paris) ; Josselin Le Bel (Paris) ; Benoit Schlemmer (Paris) ; Sylvie Lariven (Paris) ; Elisabeth Bouvet (Paris) ; Jean Pierre Aubert (Paris)
Résumé : Introduction
ANTIBIOCLIC, outil en ligne d’aide à la décision en antibiothérapie, propose des stratégies thérapeutiques rationnelles pour toutes les infections bact
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ACCE
The ACCE framework is a helpful model in order to emphasise the key components of a genetic test evaluation. The guiding principle of the ACCE framework is that the evaluation of genetic tests should be an integrated approach including all domains.
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Photo Slideshow: UA Archaeologist's Final Pottery Sale
UA School of Anthropology archaeologist Michael Brian Schiffer has, for years, made pottery that he has sold in honor of his late parents toward the benefit of student scholarships. Schiffer, the Fred A. Riecker Distinguished Professor of Anthropology who is retiring from UA, is hosting his final sale on March 30-31.
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Part 2 of 3 The Secret Life of the Radio
The Secret Life Of Machines - The Radio. Tim Hunkin and Rex Garrod Take you through the workings and history of the radio.
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Trivial Objections to Fractional Reserve Free Banking
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Preschool Number Learning Lesson | Animated Number Learning Lesson for Preschooler
Animated number learning lesson for preschoolers. Let your child enjoy while learning with this set of Fun Educational Learning Videos for kids from Cookie.com. The video includes large, brightly colored numbers that the children can trace on the screen.  Each number is also illustrated using dots. (05:10)
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MUS 206-01, Theory III, Fall 2004
This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.,This course, the third in a comprehensive musicianship sequence, is based on skill acquisition and style study, focusing on the common-practice era. The contents of the course include: • a review of diatonic harmony, including harmonic progression and voice-leading principles • a review and continued study of formal analysis • a review of more detailed study of chromaticism • contin
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The Didcot, Newbury and Southampton Line
Photographic record of the remains of the old Didcot to Newbury Railway.
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Understanding Leisure Consumption 6
Ian Gilhespy
Producer (requires Internet Explorer). This is the sixth in a suite or family of digital learning objects. It concludes a discussion about the evaluation of cultural texts and points the way towards a series of criteria that may be adopted or used for evaluation. References and Further Reading Adorno, T.(1991) The Culture Industry: Selected Essays on Mass Culture. London: Routledge ( see also reading guide) Arnold, M. (1970) Selected Prose London:Penguin Austen-Smith, D.(1994

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