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"Climate Change & the International Negotiations" (audio)
Jonathan Pershing photo Since the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change was established in 1994, efforts to secure international agreement on climate policy have gained increasing attention, but compromise on the issues has not been easy to achieve.
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“All the Missing Souls: A Personal History of the War Crimes Tribunals”
David Scheffer photoA talk by David Scheffer, Director of the Center for International Human Rights at Northwestern University. As senior adviser to Madeleine Albright and then as President Clinton’s ambassador-at-large for war crimes issues, David Scheffer was at the forefront of the efforts that led to criminal tribunals for the Balkans, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, and
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“Latin Lessons: How South America Stopped Listening to the U.S. and Started Prospering”
Hal Weitzman photoA talk by Hal Whitesman, Financial Times' Chicago and Midwest bureau chief. Thanks to demand from big emerging economies, most South American governments have become increasingly "resource nationalistic" and have ramped up social spending to meet the needs of the poor and the indigenous, causing poverty levels to drop - at the same time as poverty
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Change Is Coming: What U.S. Colleges Must Do To Survive
University of Delaware president Patrick Harker discusses the forces that are challenging higher education today -- and what universities must do to persevere.
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How the Kalydeco Deal Will Shape Philanthropy’s Future
A windfall for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation from a wonder drug may bring new investments to pharmaceutical development, but such deals also come with risks.
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Why Opt for Health and Safety Training Via eLearning

Video link (see supported sites below). Please use the original link, not the shortcut, e.g. www.youtube.com/watch?v=abcde

Author(s): Ernestrowey

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SWIB14 - Kerstin Diwisch / Bernhard Thull - Applying a Dublin Core application profile to the digita
By: SWIB Applying a Dublin Core application profile to the digital Pina Bausch archive for ontology population management and data presentation purposes Kerstin Diwisch / Bernhard Thull Hochschule Darmstadt, Germany Abstract In recent years, it has become common practice in Linked Data application development to utilize application profiles for describing and constraining metadata and structure of these applications. Description Set Profiles (DSP), as proposed by the Dublin Core Metadata Initiat
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SWIB14 - Martynas Jusevici - Using Graphity Linked Data Platform for Danish newspaper registry. …
By: SWIB Using Graphity Linked Data Platform for Danish newspaper registry. From printed books to Linked Data Martynas Jusevicius / Dziugas Tornau UAB Linked Data (Lithuania) / Semantic Web (Denmark), UAB Linked Data (Lithuania) Abstract Danish Newspapers is a registry of newspapers with historical and factual metadata records. Three printed volumes with metadata about danish newspaper publishing were scanned and text optically recognized, marking it up using TEI XML schema. The XML was converte
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SWIB14 - Christoph Böhme / Michael Büchner - Entity Facts - A light-weight authority data service
By: SWIB Entity Facts - A light-weight authority data service Christoph Böhme / Michael Büchner Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, Germany / Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek, Germany Abstract The German National Library has published a new web service called Entity Facts. The main goal of Entity Facts is to provide aggregated information about entities from various sources in a way that makes it easy to present this data to the user. The information provided by Entity Facts is based on the Integrated Au
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SWIB14 - Valentine Charles / JulianeWhen - Semantics support Multilingual Access to Digital Cultural
By: SWIB For Europeana, the platform for Europe’s digital cultural heritage from libraries, museums and archives, multilingual access is one priority. Breaking down language barriers is an ongoing challenge with many facets as Europeana provides content coming from 36 different countries serving users across the world. For Europeana, multilingual access does not only mean the translation of the interface, but also comprises retrieving, browsing and understanding documents in languages the user
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SWIB14 - Markus Krötzsch - Wikidata: A Free Collaborative Knowledge Base
By: SWIB Wikidata, the free knowledge base of Wikipedia, is one of the largest collections of human-authored structured information that are freely available on the Web. It is curated by a unique community of tens of thousands of editors who contribute in up to 400 different languages. Data is stored in a language-independent way, so that most users can access information in their native language. To support plurality, Wikidata uses a rich content model that gives up on the idea that the world c
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SWIB14 - Dan Scott - schema.org: machine-readable cataloguing for the open web
By: SWIB The schema.org vocabulary was created by the major search engines (Bing, Google Yahoo!, and Yandex) in 2011 to provide a common means of expressing metadata about popular search topics such as events, people, and products. While schema.org was enthusiastically adopted by web sites hoping for enhanced search results and rankings, libraries have more cautiously integrated the vocabulary. This session examines efforts to use schema.org to provide access points for library resources in majo
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SWIB14 - Jens Mittelbach / Robert Glaß - d:swarm - A Library Data Management Platform Based on a Li
By: SWIB The rise of the concept of resource discovery, the increasing multiplicity of information channels and the exploding complexity of the technological infrastructure have placed organizational and financial challenges on libraries. Library data has become more heterogeneous, its sources have grown manifold. Bibliographic and authority data, licence and business data, usage data from library catalogues and the global science community (bibliometric data) as well as open data from the WWW c
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SWIB14 - Nuno Freire - Linked Open Data in Aggregation Scenarios: The Case of The European Library
By: SWIB The paradigm of Linked Data, brings many new challenges to libraries. The generic nature of data representation used in Linked Data, while it seamlessly allows any community to manipulate the data, also brings many possible paths to its implementation. The European Library Open Dataset is derived from the collections aggregated from member libraries. The dataset is published as Linked Open Data (LOD) and made available under the Creative Commons CC0 license, in order to promote and faci
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Memorial: Professor Tony McMichael AO
ANU was honoured for more than a decade to have a man of Professor Tony McMichael's calibre, intellect and character at the University. His contribution to evidenced-based research and the effects of climate change on human beings were regarded as extraordinary by so many of his peers both in Australia and abroad. This memorial celebrates Tony's life, work, and his enormous contribution to ANU.
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Ancient engravings rewrite human history
An international team of scientists has discovered the earliest known engravings from human ancestors on a 400,000 year-old fossilised shell from Java. The discovery is the earliest known example of ancient humans deliberately creating pattern. The newly discovered engravings resemble the previously oldest-known engravings, which are associated with either Neanderthals or modern humans from around 100,000 years ago. This is the first time evidence has been found for Homo erectus behaving
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Michigan State University: Who Will? Spartans Will.
Visit http://go.msu.edu/2N5. Who can we depend on to tackle the big problems of our time? Push the boundaries of discovery and forge partnerships that lead to better answers? Who will work for the common good with uncommon will? Who will? Spartans Will. Michigan State University.
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Michigan State University: Spartans Will. Passion
Visit http://go.msu.edu/2N5. Who has the will to be open to new ideas? To challenge conventional thinking. Forge strong partnerships. To make a difference from Michigan to Malawi. Who will? Spartans Will. Michigan State University.
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Michigan State University: Who Will? Spartans Will (60 sec)
Visit http://go.msu.edu/2N5. Who can we depend on to tackle the big problems of our time? Push the boundaries of discovery and forge partnerships that lead to better answers? Who will work for the common good with uncommon will? Who will? Spartans Will. Michigan State University.
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Michigan State University: Spartans Will. Courage
Visit http://go.msu.edu/2N5. Ever wonder where courage comes from? Where one finds the strength to believe in solutions that seem impossible? It takes a Spartan's Will to understand that by working together we can solve the world's biggest problems. Who will? Spartans Will. Michigan State University.
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