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Best free courses & lectures | The Do It Yourself Scholar Updated June 29, 2012 Not every teacher is a great teacher. Not every course is a great course. So, this list is my effort to help you separate the winners from the losers. This list of the best academic podcasts and webcasts is a work-in-progress. Best free courses & lectures | The Do It Yourself Scholar
The 20 online talks that could change your life | Technology The 20 online talks that could change your life | Technology How Economic Inequality Harms Societies Who's talking? Professor Richard Wilkinson, an epidemiologist. What is he on about?
Issue 11, 2012 (The University of Manchester) Issue 11, 2012 (The University of Manchester) Published on 5 December 12 Global Impact Award The Alumni Association is offering Global Impact Awards of £250 to help you bring practical or social benefits to an international community. You could be eligible to receive a Global Impact Award if: You are a current UG or PG student NOT in your final year of study. Your trip will have a sustainable benefit to the community you are visiting in a social or practical manner.
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Free Walks and Hikes in England, Scotland and Wales - Car Free Walks New GPX Walk Editor Walking season is in full swing so we decided to make submitting walks (and winning in our prizedraw) much easier! A much improved GPX walk-editor is now available at your convenience. While you can still use the normal walk editor, you can also simply... Free Walks and Hikes in England, Scotland and Wales - Car Free Walks
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Six ways to never get lost in a city again 6 October 2011Last updated at 02:00 Many people now rely on their smartphones, sat-navs or other GPS devices to find their way around. But when these fail us, and there's no-one to ask for directions, there's a more natural way to navigate, says Tristan Gooley. It's not every week that a massive solar flare knocks out the GPS network, but all it takes is a flat battery or a mechanical fault to hobble your automated orientation aids. And if there's no-one around to ask and no paper map on hand, you could be in trouble. Six ways to never get lost in a city again
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Second wave of Manchester employers sign up for Creative Apprenticeships Youngsters taught routes to peace through Holocaust memorial event Manchester youngsters are set to learn more about the desperate journeys faced by Jewish families as they fled homes - and countries - to escape the Holocaust during World War II. New Manchester ‘Drama Hub’ name announced The name for the UK’s newest drama production hub based in Manchester has been announced. The 360,000 sq ft site is to be called The Space Project reflecting the amount of space on offer, which will include 55,000 sq ft of dedicated studio space split into five purpose built, sound-proofed production stages. Second wave of Manchester employers sign up for Creative Apprenticeships
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On a mission to improve every aspect of my life – from love to work to happiness – I became a human guinea pig. I immersed myself in a series of radical lifestyle experiments. I changed the way I thought, talked and looked. I followed old wisdom and new science. I saw the world from the eyes of a woman. I followed the wisdom of George Washington. A.J. Jacobs - The Guinea Pig Diaries A.J. Jacobs - The Guinea Pig Diaries
Publishing Training Centre - courses in proofreading, editing and other publishing skills Publishing Training Centre - courses in proofreading, editing and other publishing skills Publishers, Commissioning Editors and Editors must learn how to be effective when publishing for international markets by avoiding the common pitfalls and issues that can be a barrier to success. The course covers the strategic decision making process behind entering international markets and the key practical elements essential for success. Learning outcomes At the end of this course delegates will: - Know the differences between commissioning for UK markets, versioning UK content and commissioning specifically for international markets - Understand how to conduct market research and focus products on their target markets - Appreciate the need for cultural and religious sensitivity Who will benefit from this course?
Training | Freelances | Standards | Society for Editors and Proofreaders Interested in editorial training? The SfEP offers classroom and online training in editing and proofreading. SfEP training courses The Society for Editors and Proofreaders (SfEP) is a professional organisation based in the UK for editors and proofreaders – the people who strive to make text accurate and readable. Training | Freelances | Standards | Society for Editors and Proofreaders
The Economist Think Space for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad on the iTunes App Store Description Where do you get your ideas? The Economist ‘Thinking Spaces’ app enables you to create, share & explore the spaces where you get your ideas, making it easier for you and your mind to spend a little time together, in unique and thought-provoking locations. Create your own thinking space by taking a photo of your favourite location, using the iPhone camera. Then describe it, add audio tags to objects within your photo and upload.
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Sometimes the house of the future is better built, lighter and larger than all the houses of the past, so that the image of the dream house is opposed to that of the childhood home…. Maybe it is a good thing for us to keep a few dreams of a house that we shall live in later, always later, so much later, in fact, that we shall not have time to achieve it. For a house that was final, one that stood in symmetrical relation to the house we were born in, would lead to thoughts—serious, sad thoughts—and not to dreams. It is better to live in a state of impermanence than in one of finality. Chapter 2: House and Universe: section VIII Camille Paglia has listed it as an influence on her 1990 work of literary criticism Sexual Personae.[1] The Poetics of Space
Bookshops in the north-west | Books Abacus books, Altrincham24 Regent Rd, Altrincham, Cheshire, WA14 1RP0161 928 5108 A wonderful shop for the browsing bibliophile, crammed from floor to ceiling with all sorts of secondhand and new books, from the eclectic to the classic. Their sister shop, Jardine's, on King Street in Knutsford, has an equally varied and fascinating selection of new titles, and they're always ready to order in books or advise you. These are great family-run shops, with a lovely friendly atmosphere.Felicity James Bramhall Village Bookshop, Bramhall44-46 Bramhall Lane, Bramhall, Cheshire, SK7 1AH0161 440 7889 The Bramhall Village bookshop, right in the centre of Bramhall Village, is the best bookshop for miles, and has been for over 35 years.
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United Kingdom (UK) Freecycle Groups' Homepage The worldwide Freecycle Network is made up of many individual groups across the globe. It's a grassroots movement of people who are giving (and getting) stuff for free in their own towns. Freecycle groups match people who have things they want to get rid of with people who can use them. Our goal is to keep usable items out of landfills. By using what we already have on this earth, we reduce consumerism, manufacture fewer goods, and lessen the impact on the earth. Another benefit of using Freecycle is that it encourages us to get rid of junk that we no longer need and promote community involvement in the process.
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