Global Experiences through Panels 2016 October 28 Specialists in the Libraries at the University of Virginia. Scholar's Lab, Special Collections, Virtual Reality, 3D Demo of Tibet and printed artifacts, Authentic Data, International Films, Semester at Sea, Open Latin / Greek Project, Digital music, International Data, International Cooperation, Lynda.com, plus free Afghan Kabob Palace lunch buffet. Musicians - Native American Indian flute, banjo, piano, three Chinese instruments, and African music and sing along. Original file = 20161028GlobalExperiences1m15s.mp4 Length = 1 minute 15 seconds. Philip Mc philipmc
Meet Valeria, a student of the Berlin School of Library and Information Science, who has spent a semester at the Royal Scool of Library and Information Science in Copenhagen. Here, Valeria presents RSLIS and tells about her experiences studying in Copenhagen.
RWBY Volume 2, Chapter 2: Welcome to Beacon. Join FIRST to watch episodes early: http://bit.ly/2vmj8k4 » Get your RWBY merch: http://bit.ly/2tSdh1a » Subscribe: http://bit.ly/13y3Gum More about this video: Team RWBY is back and ready for their second semester at Beacon, an academy that trains the world's strongest fighters. But real life doesn't stop. Between classes and homework, they still have to find time to save the world. And between the White Fang, Roman Torchwick, and a mysterious new trio, they certainly have their work cut out for them! About RWBY: Team RWBY is back and ready for their second semester at Beacon, an academy that trains the world's strongest fighters. But real life doesn't stop. Between classes and homework, they still have to find time to save the world. And between the White Fang, Roman Torchwick, and a mysterious new trio, they certainly have their work cut out for them! RWBY Vol. 4 Soundtrack Now Available! http://bit.ly/RWBYVol4 More Rooster Teeth: » Achievement Hunter: http://bit.ly/AHYTChannel » Let's Play: http://bit.ly/1BuRgl1 » Red vs. Blue: http://bit.ly/RvBChannel RWBY Volume 2, Chapter 2: Welcome to Beacon | Rooster Teeth https://www.youtube.com/user/RoosterTeeth
This weekend marks the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the unsinkable ship, the Titanic. It collided with an iceberg in April 1912 and took more than 1,500 lives. One of those victims was a Drake University student. His story was researched and recorded by retired Drake Librarian, James Leonardo. The house on 1209 23rd Street in Des Moines is the same one from 1909. That was when 22-year-old Ernest Portage Tomlin lived there. "He came to Des Moines because of Drake University, and he enrolled at the bible college," said Drake Librarian, Bart Schmidt. Tomlin traveled here from his home in London, England. He was studying to be a minister. One look at his transcript tells you he was a bright student. He got straight A's in everything from physics to Latin. At the end of the spring semester in 1910, Tomlin returned to England to take care of his sick father. Two years later, he was ready to come back to Drake. He sent letters to friends letting them know he would return. Tomlin bought a 3rd class ticket on the RMS Titanic for 8 pounds and 1 schilling. In a Des Moines Tribune article from April 16, 1912, one of Tomlin's friends from Drake was quoted. "We find that the Titanic was the only boat that left Southampton on that date and have every reason to believe that he was one of the passengers," said Will Mander. On April 20, his friends worst fears were confirmed. Tomlin's body was found floating in the sea. He is the only Des Moines victim lost on the Titanic.
From girls playing in the attic to women living with purpose, the March sisters – Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy – are committed to always supporting each other. Yet growing up sometimes means growing apart. When tragedy brings the sisters back home, sticking together takes on a new meaning. Little Women – starring Lea Thompson – brings the same sisters to a new generation to celebrate dreams, family and unconditional love.
During his View From The Top session, General David Petraeus discussed adaptive leadership, how to be a strong strategic leader, and how to handle personal and/or professional setbacks. On handling responsibility, he said “Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity. You may never expect to achieve a certain position of responsibility, but you always want to be prepared for when it happens.”
Life Science Library's Science Study Break program will wrap up its season on Wednesday with an examination of James Cameron's most recent blockbuster Avatar. Dr. Misha Matz of the School of Biological Sciences will decipher biological fact from fantasy in the world of the film AVATAR, examining real life science behind the science fiction. Pop culture and the academy collide as Science Study Break features relevant faculty and experts from The University of Texas at Austin discussing the reality and fantasy portrayed as fact in science-themed books, television and film. Past presentations have featured presentations on bioterrorism and its treatment in the Fox thriller "24," artificial intelligence gone wild in "2001: A Space Odyssey," the comic realities of Spider-Man and epidemiological models for the proliferation of zombies. Science Study Break occurs twice each semester and is generously supported by the University Federal Credit Union.
In her Peabody-award winning public radio show and podcast, On Being, Krista Tippett provides a space for deep and meaningful conversations with profound thinkers of our time. In a live taping of her show at CHF she will interview Ta-Nehisi Coates, author of the acclaimed BETWEEN THE WORLD AND ME, on the occasion of his latest book, WE WERE EIGHT YEARS IN POWER: AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY, a work that examines the eight years of the Obama presidency, a dramatic era in politics, activism, and culture that has reshaped this country and its public discourse. As part of On Being's Civil Conversations Project, they will explore issues ranging from the idea of a “post-racial” world to Coates' meticulously constructed case for reparations for slavery. This program was presented in partnership with The Institute of Politics at The University of Chicago. See upcoming CHF events: http://chicagohumanities.org Help us subtitle and translate our videos: http://chf.to/SubtitleCHF Subscribe for more thought-provoking videos: http://chf.to/SubscribeCHF Support CHF with a donation: http://chf.to/Support-CHF Follow CHF on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Chi_Humanities Like CHF on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/chicagohumanities Subscribe to the CHF podcast on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/chicago-humanities-festival/id303222991 Help us caption & translate this video! https://amara.org/v/mc3a/
Music: AcaPembroke - Christmas Medley Featuring: Matthew Mellor, Development Director Emily Hinks, Development Officer Anna Lapwood, Director of Music AcaPembroke Harum Mukhayer (2016) Craig Burns (2011), Graduate Parlour President 2016-2017 Cloran Ryan (2014), Junior Parlour President 2015-2016 Oliver Hulme (2015), Junior Parlour President 2016-2017 Nick Godfrey, International Recruitment Manager, International Programmes Patricia Aske, Librarian Neil Shah (2014) Katie Pringle (2014) Emma Andrews (2016) Kieran Daly (2014), Access Officer, JPC Dan Tucker, Senior Tutor Lord Smith of Finsbury, Master of Pembroke To listen to more music by AcaPembroke, please visit: https://soundcloud.com/acapembroke Keep an eye out for Pembroke's '12 Days of Christmas' Instagram posts: https://www.instagram.com/Pembroke1347/