This section stressed the importance of accurate law reporting which allows for legal principles to be collated, identified and accessed. I examined where you might locate case reports on particular areas of the law. These are:

• Year Books (1275â€“1535)

• Private reports (1535â€“1865)

• Modern reports (1865 to present)

• The Law Reports

• Weekly Law Reports (citation WLR)

• All England Law
Author(s): The Open University

Quick Q
Q methodology is a technique for modelling viewpoints, that was developed by William Stephenson (1902-1989). This animation, intended for a general audience, provides a short non-technical introduction to the methodology, outlining the different stages involved in conducting a Q study. The animation was funded by the UK Higher Education Academy, as part of the National Teaching Fellow 'Assessing Students at Masters level' project, Assimilate.
Author(s): Tim Deignan,Leeds Metropolitan University

Virtual Maths - Numbers, 2D Triangle simulation tool
Diagram and formulas for are and volume of 2D shapes
Author(s): Leeds Metropolitan University

Web Site Evaluation
Short video shows how to evaluate a web site for quality. It discusses all the important points for evaluating a website for crediability. (1:53)
Author(s): No creator set

Learning the Moves of Successful Startups
In the contest for competitive advantage, start-ups should use a very different playbook from their larger rivals.
Author(s): Henning Piezunka, INSEAD Assistant Professor of E

Now try the following.

Think of a number. Add 4. If my answer is 11, can you work out what number I was thinking of?

You might have said â€˜What number do I have to add on to 4 to get 11?â€™ or perhaps â€˜If I take away 4 from 11 what number do I get?â€™ In both cases you should have arrived at the answer 7.

In the second method â€˜subtracting 4â€™ undoes the â€˜adding 4â€™ in the original instructions.

This process can be illustrated by a â€˜doingâ€“undoing diagramâ€™
Author(s): The Open University

Four rare white tiger cubs born in Crimea zoo
May 4 - A white Bengal tigress, a gift from former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko to a zoo in Crimea, gives birth to four rare white cubs. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and i
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One of the crucial conditions for natural selection to occur is that there must be variation. However, it is extremely important to appreciate that natural selection does not itself cause that variation; it simply acts on existing variation. The processes that do bring about variation are therefore major components of evolution. The most important of these processes, because it is really the ultimate source of all variation, is mutation. A mutation is an alteration in the geneti
Author(s): The Open University

Arctic Mammal Fossils and Forests of 50 Million Years Ago
Note: French captions. The Arctic was a warm, wet, swampy, forested place 50 million years ago. Ellesmere Island is a key fossil site in Canada's High Arctic, where the remains of unique mammal species can tell us what the environment and animals of the Eocene Epoch were like. Scientists are studying these fossils to better understand our warming planet. (03:42)

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Ireland was long considered a de facto province of England, a colonial possession dominated politically and militarily by its more powerful neighbour to the east. The English divided Ireland into counties for administrative purposes, introduced English law and established a Parliament in England and Ireland in 1297, within which only the Anglo-Irish were represented. By the fourteenth century Irish discrimination by the English had prompted widespread protests, which had resulted in a revival
Author(s): The Open University

Beginnings of Civilization
A slide presentation about the origins of Civilization. There is information about the first cities and a lot of vocabulary related to the topic. (No narration but lots of text and graphics)

Author(s): No creator set

The content acknowledged below is Proprietary (see terms and conditions) and is used under licence.

Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources for permission to reproduce material in this supplement:

Map 1 Image produced by: getmapping.com PLC, tel. 0125
Author(s): The Open University

Reuters Asks: Would leaving the EU be good or bad for the UK
Jan. 22 - As the debate hots up surrounding Britain's place and direction within Europe, we ask financial experts whether leaving the EU would be good or bad for Britain.
Author(s): No creator set

Joe Sacco: Comic Journalist
November 6, 2013 - Artist Talk moderated by Charlie Smith of the Georgia Straight Joe Sacco's comics are entirely unique in the field. No one else writes and draws international political reportage in a comic book format. His books are amazing glimpses into the complex issues of global politics that never lose sight of the everyday people who live in states of war. The fact that they are comic books makes them only more remarkable. Joe was born in Malta, October 2nd, 1960. He moved around the w
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SFU's Innovation Boulevard research connections
SFU, a partner of Innovation Boulevard, integrating research into the community
Author(s): No creator set

Voice of Indian Song
Traditional Indian singing is intoxicating - but what is it about singing, and listening to others sing, that makes it so significant? In this album, Sudokshina Chatterjee breaks down the unique Indian style, and explains the emotions and meaning behind the songs of her culture. This material is drawn from The Open University course AA317 Words and music. The iTunes U team. The iTunes U
Author(s): The iTunes U team

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Author(s): The Open University

Consumer confidence on the rise
Dec. 27 - Summary of business headlines: Consumer confidence rebounds; Online post-holiday sales jump; Sears holdings to close up to 120 stores; Housing prices fall-S&P Case/Shiller. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Author(s): No creator set

Geological time
Geology is the scientific study of the Earth, its origin, structure, processes and composition. This album is concerned mainly with the interpretation of geological maps and the relationship between the landscape and underlying rocks. It reveals how the geological history of any area can be interpreted from a geological map. Dr Andrew Bell visits Morecambe Bay and the 'special' Siccar Point to investigate the rocks and stones in the area. This material is taken from The Open University course S2
Author(s): The iTunes U team

Before moving on to consider how law is made in Scotland and how the legal system works, it is important to understand what the sources of law are. By this we mean locating authoritative statements of the laws that are applied to determine rights, duties and remedies and understanding where these laws come from raises another question: who or what has the authority to make laws and why?

Author(s): The Open University