The Sounds of Silence (student film trailer)
California State University Media Arts Festival, Best of Show Rosebud Award winner. Screenplay by Joseph Umana and Shirley Kim of Cinema and Television Arts. (Re-uploaded with music.)
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Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! You knew that when you came to this Spanish bar, it wasn’t going to be easy to find a seat. Luckily, you could speak Spanish and win the coveted spot near the bar. Now, it is simply a matter of using your Spanish to win the attention of the attractive stranger [...]
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Design Victoria Interviews - Chris Bosse, LAVA
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Lunch 'n Learn presentation: In the Internet's early years, some observers believed that the new technology would reduce social inequality in at least two ways. First, by reducing the price of information, it would make information more available, and therefore level the playing field. Second, because young people appeared to have the inside track in mastering and using the new technologies (and because youth is negatively associated with wealth and uncorrelated with other indicators of socioeco
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3.2 Responses to Hume's Famous Argument
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Dr Peter Lewis (Chair)

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Dr Bob Dyson (Senior Lecturer, University of North London)

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Sarah Hofton (Designer)

Caryl Hunter-Brown (Technology Librarian)

Gordon Imlach (Technician)

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Laurence Newman (Course Manager)

Jennifer Seabrook (Secretary)

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It’s rare to find research that simultaneously advances basic science and brings good into people’s lives, but Pawan Sinha’s Project Prakash does precisely that. An investigator of human visual processing, Sinha is interested in how these brain mechanisms develop. For his work, Sinha realized the ideal subjects would
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6.1 ‘I’, ‘we’ or ‘they’?

We must abandon the conceit that individual, isolated, private actions are the answer. They can and do help. But they will not take us far enough without collective action.

(Al Gore, 2007)

There are some things that we can do as individuals: making this an energy-efficient house and making smart transport choices. Then there a
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Michal Govrin presents a lecture about her new book, "Hold on to the Sun." Speaker Biography: Michal Govrin was born in Tel Aviv, the daughter of an Israeli pioneer father and a mother who survived the Holocaust. Working as a novelist, poet and theater director, Govrin has published ten books of poetry and fiction. In 2010 she has been selected by the Salon du Livre of Paris as one of the most influential writers of the past 30 years.
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In this video presentation, Steven Stapleton, Open Learning Support Officer from the Learning Technology section at the University of Nottingham gives an overview of the OER module available to staff and students at The University of Nottingham.
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