Vector Calculus - What is Green's Theorem?
This lecture, by Dr. Chris Tisdell, discusses Green's theorem in the plane. Green's theorem not only gives a relationship between double integrals and line integrals, but it also gives a relationship between "curl" and "circulation".

In addition, Gauss' divergence theorem in the plane is also discussed, which gives the relationship between divergence and flux.

Plenty of examples are presented.

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Exploring Borderland-Unit 2
Chicana writer Gloria Anzaldúa tells us that the border is "una herida
abierta [an open wound] where the lifeblood of two worlds is merging to form a third country — a border culture." This program explores the literature of the Chicano borderlands and its beginnings in the
literature of Spanish colonization. Learning activities that go with this lesson can be found at: http://www.learner.org/amerpass/unit02/index.html

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New Literacies of the Internet Workshop 5
This workshop focuses on the evolving use of networked technology in education. Literacy expert Donald Leu discusses strategies that help
students effectively read, write, and communicate on the Internet.
Classroom examples illustrate strategies for using Internet resources in the classroom.

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Electoral College
Electoral College from Schoolhouse Rock
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Advanced Bank Math Game in Montessori
This is a clip on how to learning to play a bank game composition of numbers geared for preschoolers.  The game activity is presented.

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For all the new members there will be a process of ‘catching up’ with the older members before the former can join the Euro-zone. The GDP gap between them remains considerable. In 2002 the GDP per capita was 60 per cent of the EU average for Slovenia and the Czech Republic (in PPP terms (see the footnote to Author(s): The Open University

Author(s): The Economist

Pop Quiz: Parent Involvement
How well are you doing at being involved in your child's education?  (01:31)
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Redirecting Fleet Street 4: What Should Press Regulation Regulate?
Baroness Onora O'Neill, Crossbench member of the House of Lords and Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, University of Cambridge, gives a talk for the Redirecting Fleet Street: Media Regulation and the Role of Law conference. Classical arguments about speech rights divide between those that focus on speech content and those that focus on speech acts. By and large certain arguments against regulation of speech content have been judged convincing, but arguments about regulation of speech acts remain
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Normal galaxies are made up of stars and (in the case of spiral and irregular galaxies) gas and dust. Their spectra consist of the sum of the spectra of these components.

The optical spectra of normal stars are continuous spectra overlaid by absorption lines (Figure 1). There are two factors to consider
Author(s): The Open University

In the past people have tended to see selection primarily as organisations choosing between individuals. However, we must not forget that candidates are also making choices: about whether to write in for an application form, whether to apply, whether to attend an interview, whether to accept an offered job. This makes it important for organisations to treat candidates in a sensitive and responsive manner. They will need to pay attention to their recruitment materials, to provide realistic job
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The first important point to make is that note taking is more than a process of summarising everything that you see; it must be an active process of engaging with the material and thinking it through for yourself. In the videos, the multidimensional nature of the visual images and the stories they convey means that you will not be able to take in everything on first viewing. The videos allow us to present visual as well as audio information and in a form that makes it easier for you to revisi
Author(s): The Open University

What about other variables which may affect demand? Let us consider four such variables. As is often the case in economics, the first two points involve understanding some rather formal relationships between variables, in this case price and income.

1. The price of other goods. Two goods x and y are known as substitutes if the quantity demanded of good x increases after a rise in the price of good y. The
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Responsible Conduct of Research Seminar Series: Safe Laboratory Practices
http://res.berkeley.edu/res/rcr.cfm
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In 1800, having divorced Mrs Fitzherbert and contracted a disastrous marriage with Princess Caroline of Brunswick, forced on him by the necessity of persuading the king to clear his vast debts, the Prince of Wales fled back to Brighton with his court. In 1801 he whiled away his time (and squandered Caroline's dowry) dreaming up extensions and changes to the interior decor of the Pavilion.

Of these, certainly the most interesting and prophetic was his development of the interior into a C
Author(s): The Open University

Engage Super League: A Skills for Life Learning Resource.
An interactive learning resource booklet on the subject of Rugby League, designed to offer the family fun educational activities to improve basic maths and English.
Author(s): Davis, Samantha

In their doughnut-shaped representation, toruses can be thought of as being hollow tubes. Many other surfaces in space can also be drawn as if they were made of hollow tubing. Figure 15 shows two such examples.

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Functional Behaviour of Materials: Ferroelectric Materials
This set of animations provides understanding of the principles and applications of ferroelectric materials. From TLP: Ferroelectric Materials
Author(s): DoITPoMS, University of Cambridge,Rob Shaw, Univer

TV4 Summer Episodes - Episode 1
TV4 Summer Episodes - Episode 1
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In preceding sections we examined two ways in which the auditory system may code frequency information: the place theory and phase locking. In this section we will look at the psychophysical evidence for place coding on the basilar membrane by examining the ability of the auditory system to resolve the components of sinusoidal waves in a complex sound – a phenomenon known as frequency selectivity.

The perception of a sound depends not only on its own frequency and intensity but also o
Author(s): The Open University