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Podcasts from the University of Oxford

Podcasts from the University of Oxford

The Education Podcast Network | A Landmark Project Apps - iTunes U Copyright for Educators SlideShare with Audio <div class="greet_block wpgb_cornered"><div class="greet_text"><div class="greet_image"><a href=" rel="nofollow"><img src=" alt="WP Greet Box icon"/></a></div>Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to <a href=" rel="nofollow"><strong>subscribe to the RSS feed</strong></a> for updates on this topic.<div style="clear:both"></div></div></div> I’ve used the SlideShare “synchronization tool” to sync up the recorded audio from my ITSC 2009 session “Copyright for Educators” with my slides. Referenced links for this session are available on my presentation wiki page. Technorati Tags:copyright, education, school, teachers, educators, law, itsc09, itsc2009, itsc, slideshare, intellectualproperty Check out Wesley's new ebook, "Mapping Media to the Common Core: Volume I." (2013) It's $15! On this day..

Documentaries 1997, (60 min) An excellent discussion about how the news is sculpted to present a certain viewpoint of events around the world. Featuring Noam Chomsky, Edward Herman and Justin Lewis. Brian Springer, Video, 1995, (60 min.)Using the 1992 presidential election as his springboard, documentary filmmaker Brian Springer captures the behind-the-scenes maneuverings of politicians and newscasters in the early 1990s. September 22, 2004, (21:29 min) In the US, the presidential election campaign is now entering the home straight. July 23, 2003, (20:17 min) Paul Moran died after a suicide bombing in Iraq. Breaking the Silence is set in Iraq, Afghanistan and Washington and traces the mendacious history of events leading to the 'war on terror' and last year's invasion of Iraq. It aired on PBS in 1987 and is as good as anything on the tape. Won the Academy Award for Best Documentary. MISSION MIND CONTROL1979 An ABC News Special about the human mind and experiments in mind control. Film, (45 min)

on iTunes U Harvard on iTunes U allows the University to distribute world-class educational content to the world at large. Watch Michael Sandel give his famous "Justice" lectures, learn about the intersection of science and cooking, or listen to Yo-Yo Ma perform Bach’s First Suite for Solo Cello. Questions or feedback? Contact us at About iTunes U iTunes U is a part of the iTunes Store featuring free lectures, language lessons, audiobooks, and more, that you can enjoy on your iPod, iPhone, Mac or PC. Frequently Asked Questions What is Harvard on iTunes U? Users must have Apple's free iTunes software installed to access the video and audio files and may find the content by searching or browsing the Apple iTunes store. How do I visit Harvard on iTunes U? What materials are appropriate for iTunes U? What if Harvard on iTunes U content infringes on copyright protection? What if Harvard on iTunes U content infringes on intellectual property rights?

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UC Berkeley on iTunes U Web of Stories SCAI 2014 CINECA offers every year a deep and solid teaching program in the field of Scientific Computing, to guarantee a suitable support to scientists who need an advanced training to compete in their specific research field. The courses are tailored to all researchers who need to build or update their knowledge on computational sciences and in particular to ISCRA users. Our training programme is held by internal experts and foresees the access to our computing systems. The locations for courses are Cineca bases in Bologna, Milan and Rome (See addresses below). Most courses will be held in Italian, but PATC events (*) will be in English, sponsored by the European PRACE-3IP project. All courses are free of charge. For more info, course outline and to register go to the event page by clicking on the title. Contacts: News are delivered by the mailing-list HPC-NEWS and the Cineca newsletter (to subscribe see get in touch). Courses are hosted in CINECA premises:

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