Class2Go: Stanford’s New Open-Source Platform For Online Education The cost of higher education in the U.S. today is ridiculous. Student debt shot north of $1 trillion earlier this year, for example. It’s not surprising, then, that the adoption of web and mobile learning tools is skyrocketing, toppling old modes of learning and creating new ones. There is no better, more relevant example than “MOOCs,” otherwise known as “massive online open courses.” The buzz around these platforms (think Khan Academy, Coursera) is creating a stir in higher education, as they’ve come to represent a new model of online learning (change) and the promise of quality, affordable education at scale — something that just wasn’t possible five years ago. As always, when there’s change, something new, there’s also plenty of hype, and uncertainty. The experimentation at this early stage is what’s important, as we try to figure out which subjects and learning styles are best suited to their platforms. And, as of this month, Stanford has added yet another MOOC.
clean sweep assessment Are you ready to clean up your life? The Clean Sweep Program is a checklist of 100 items which, when completed, give one complete personal freedom. These 100 items are grouped in 4 areas of life with 25 in each group: Physical Environment, Well-being, Money and Relationships. These 4 areas are the cornerstone for a strong and healthy life and the program helps a person to clean up, restore and polish virtually every aspect of his/her life. The program takes between 6 - 24 months to complete. Objective The participant's goal is to get a score of 100 out of 100. Promise The Clean Sweep Program promises three things will happen as you increase your scores: You will have more energy and vitality. Instructions There are 4 steps to completing the Clean Sweep™ Program. Answer each question. Scoring: Add your totals from the four sections. Important Points: This program is part of establishing a Strong Personal Foundation.
PeerBlock – Peerblock Site Find, share & upload documents. Get better grades | wePapers Black Mirror / rorriM kcalB 500 Free Online Courses from Top Universities Advertisment Take online courses from the world’s top universities for free. Below, you will find 1,700 free online courses from universities like Yale, MIT, Harvard, Oxford and more. Our site also features collections of Online Certificate Programs and Online Degree & Mini-Degree Programs. Note: This page includes a lot of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Humanities & Social Sciences Art & Art History Courses Classics Courses Communication Courses Economics & Finance Courses Bookmark our collection of free online courses in Economics. Education Courses Foundations of Virtual Instruction – Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) – UC IrvineHow to Teach Online: The Essentials – Free Online Video – Stanford Online High SchoolLearning to Teach Online – Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) – The University of New South WalesTeaching Your Class Online – Free Online Video – Stanford Online High School Food Courses Health Courses Bookmark our collection of free online courses in History.
Omegle The League of Extraordinary Writers Relativity of Electric and Magnetic Fields previous home next Michael Fowler, University of Virginia A Magnetic Puzzle… Suppose we have an infinitely long straight wire, having a charge density of electrons of coulombs per meter, all moving at speed to the right (recall typical speeds are centimeters per minute) and a neutralizing fixed background of positive charge, also of course coulombs per meter. The current in the wire has magnitude (and actually is flowing to the left, since the moving electrons carry negative charge). Suppose also that a positive charge is outside the wire, a distance from the axis, and this outside charge is moving at the same exact velocity as the electrons in the wire. What force does the positive charge feel? The wire is electrically neutral, since it contains equal densities of positive and negative charges, both uniformly distributed throughout the wire (the illustration above is of course schematic). However, since is moving, it will feel a magnetic force, so the force on the charge is of magnitude
Hidden Video Courses in Math, Science, and Engineering » Data Wr Hidden Video Courses in Math, Science, and Engineering Over the last few years, a large number of open courseware directories and video lecture aggregators have popped up on the web. These sites often include introductory courses and research seminars, but it can be difficult to find full courses covering advanced topics. What motivated me to pull this together? It is difficult to find advanced math and physics courses that fit into a full time work schedule. The approach I came up with was to load an Archos video player with video lectures from the web (an iphone would probably work just as well). Most video players now come with wifi built in, so if you have wireless access at your gym you should be ready to go. Enough motivation, on with the links: Links to Advanced Courses with Complete Video Lectures: Update (02/10/09): I've bookmarked 20 new video courses since the original post was published on April 09, 2008. Physics Mathematics Computer Science & Engineering Machine Learning
Future of Storytelling Course About this course Are you interested in the mechanics of current fiction formats? Do you want to know how stories are told? Do you want to analyze, understand, contextualize and create stories and narratives? What to Expect Together with a whole network of media researchers, creators and students we will: - learn storytelling basics such as antagonist/protagonist relationships, narrative/narrated time, ... - have a look at exciting current media projects - analyze how they are designed and executed based on aforementioned basics - and discuss how (and if) new online tools and formats change the way stories are told and perceived. The 8-chapter course starts on October 25th, 2013 and ends on December 20th, 2013. (Please review the updated FAQ below in case you have questions.) Our first Storytelling-MOOC will focus on fictional formats. Inspire and Help Understand Our goal is to inspire and help understand. Why this MOOC is Interdisciplinary Learning Outcomes Prior Knowledge StoryMOOC-Team Prof.
How Vinyl Records Are Made–And How to Pirate A Vinyl Record | DO IT: Projects, Plans and How-tos Vinyl records have a unique place in the world of music media. Aside from their warm analog tone, vinyl is the only popular medium that is nearly impossible to create or duplicate at home – something that can’t be claimed by cassettes, CDs, DVDs, and certainly not mp3s. Not to be an apologist for piracy, this inherently creates more value for recorded music than using an easily reproducible medium (be it physically or digitally) does. But as we all know, digital is the present and the future, and I am not complaining about that at all; one look at my iTunes playlist and you’ll know what I mean. A while back, the site qj.net ran a piece on how to “pirate” a vinyl record using normal silicone casting materials. Posted May 14, 2006 at 06:49AM by Anna S.Listed in: Misc. So you thought you’ve pirated everything huh? Step 1 Using the wooden strips, make a box around the glass plate. Step 2 Place your record inside the box making sure that the portion to be copied is facing upward. Step 3 Step 4
Ausweis Ausweis A Reality-Hacking Experiment. The world's changing. We're getting so concerned with the descriptions and symbols that represent ideas, we're losing all contact with the substance. On a tape I bought at a yard sale, I heard the narrator say, "People are conditioned to believe the printed word." You know I really thought that people would laugh and not let me get anywhere with them. But success came really quickly. My next big success came with the "50 Cents Off" card. What was it that compelled him? Of course, there's the story of the artist who paints replicas of U.S. currency to prove some of the same point. I started to get obsessed with how abstract and far-reaching I could make the words on the card...could they really overcome physical limitations? And why do these cards make everyone smile? I made the "Add To Your Family Card," after I realized most of the previous ones were rather masculine. A little further in the "far-reaching" direction... Another powermad one. poof! Links