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Cultural Institute

Cultural Institute

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PROJECT DRAWDOWN - If it is happening, it is possible. Special Announcement About Important Things! Drawdown is a book, a database, a basis for curricula, a digital platform, and a movement. It defines and describes 117 impeccably researched, “state-of-the-shelf” technologies, both practical and social, that will reduce greenhouse gases in our atmosphere. Drawdown delineates a path to carbon neutrality and reduction in the atmosphere using technologies that are already in place, and describes the beneficial financial and social impact they deliver over the next thirty years. It is also a mirror held up to the world about what we are doing about greenhouse gases, with the underlying motto that- if it is happening, it is possible.

Como reacción al pasado "I have never seen students this engaged. They write more than the assignments require; everyone, shy or not, participates vigorously in the debates. They read important texts with real understanding, making complex arguments and ideas their own." —Larry Carver, Director of the Liberal Arts Honors Programs, University of Texas at Austin Pioneered by historian Mark C. Carnes, Reacting to the Past (RTTP) has been implemented at over 300 colleges and universities in the U.S. and abroad. A correlation between free, digital open-access The most important thing art museums do is make their collections, exhibitions, programs and scholarship available to the broadest possible public. When it comes to measuring success and mission fulfillment by that last part — accessibility — Los Angeles-area museums are on a roll. In just the last few weeks and months the Hammer Museum and the forthcoming Broad Art Museum have announced that they’ll be free to visit.

Openclipart Openclipart Coloring Books are free fun for children of all ages. Our third Openclipart Coloring Book is "Seasons & Holidays," by Brad Phillips with artwork by aungkarns, BenBois, cyberscooty, gammillian, hairymnstr, johnny_automatic, liftarn, nicubunu, simanek, slu, and tzunghaor. Download it. Print it. Color it. Human Migration: The Story of a Community Grades K-2 Overview: Around the world and in our own communities, people move in and out of places every day, and they have done so throughout human history. Their patterns of movement reflect the conditions of an ever-changing world and, in turn, impact the cultural landscapes of the places they leave and the places they settle in ways that often last well beyond their own lifetimes. These imprints on a region include its ethnic make-up, spoken languages, traditions, local food, music, clothes, and other cultural markers.

Small World of Words Project Welcome to the small world of words project! Last modified: April 16, 2014 Voor Nederlandstalige informatie, klik hier The small world of words project is a large-scale scientific study that aims to build a map of the human lexicon in the major languages of the world and make this information widely available. In contrast to a thesaurus or dictionary, this lexicon provides insight into what words and what part of their meaning are central in the human mind. This way it enables psychologists, linguists, neuroscientists and others to test new theories about how we represent and process language.

El futuro de las instituciones de aprendizaje en la era digital »Acerca de este proyecto This is the first draft and the first phase of “The Future of Learning Institutions in a Digital Age,” a contribution to the Occasional Paper Series on Digital Media and Learning sponsored by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. We are posting all of the drafts of “The Future of Learning Institutions” on this collaborative website sponsored by the Institute for the Future of the Book. We want strongly to encourage feedback, responses, additional bibliography, and commentary from as many readers as possible. How to start an Open Access journal This post is written by Karina Quinn, a scholarly and creative writer working in queer theory, fictocriticism, and post-structuralist and feminist theories of the body, subjectivity, and self. She writes fictocriticism, short fiction, poetry, and also does the odd spoken word performance. Karina is currently writing her PhD titled ‘this body, written’ at La Trobe University, Melbourne, and is one of the Managing Editors of Writing from Below. In this post she writes about her experiences with helping a journal get off the ground.

flickr Creative Commons Many Flickr users have chosen to offer their work under a Creative Commons license, and you can browse or search through content under each type of license. Here are some recently added bits and pieces: Attribution License » 68,524,563 photos (See more) Attribution-NoDerivs License Alternate Histories: 7 More Ways the World Could Be Completely Different We previously covered some of the many alternate histories out there. Here are seven more intriguing ways the world could be completely different. 1. Smarthistory: a multimedia web-book about art and art history Smarthistory offers more than 1500 videos and essays on art from around the world and across time. We are working with more than 200 art historians and some of the world's most important museums to make the best art history resource anywhere. Use the "subject" pulldown menu (go to "Arts and Humanities") at the top of this window or click on the headings below to access our content: Art history basics First things first (you are here) The materials and techniques artists use Art 1010 Prehistoric art in Europe and West Asia

Acerca de www.netarchive.dk Since 2005 the collection and preservation of the Danish part of the internet is included in the Danish Legal Deposit Law. The task is undertaken by the two legal deposit libraries in Denmark, State and University Library and The Royal Library. Netarchive.dk cannot be accessed by the general public.The archive is only accessible to researchers who have requested and been granted special permission to use the collection for specific research purposes. This website, Netarkivet.dk, is designed to inform researchers, website owners, and other interested parties about the Danish web archive.

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