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髇 del mapa conceptual interactivo como herramienta docente: PREZI como presentaci髇 2.0 (2013) 髇 del mapa conceptual interactivo como herramienta docente: PREZI como presentaci髇 2.0 (2013)

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Estos podcast tratan de resumir las l韓eas b醩icas de la investigaci髇 educativa, comenzando por la historia, conceptos b醩icos, paradigmas, etc., y terminando en una aproximaci髇 pr醕tica a la investigaci髇 real dentro del aula, abarcando de esta manera desde la formulaci髇 del problema de investigaci髇 hasta la redacci髇 del informe final. Estos podcast tratan de resumir las l韓eas b醩icas de la investigaci髇 educativa, comenzando por la historia, conceptos b醩icos, paradigmas, etc., y terminando en una aproximaci髇 pr醕tica a la investigaci髇 real dentro del aula, abarcando de esta manera desde la formulaci髇 del problema de investigaci髇 hasta la redacci髇 del informe final.

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醠isis | 醠isis | 閠odos de Investigaci髇 y Diagn髎tico en Educaci髇 | 閠odos de Investigaci髇 y Diagn髎tico en Educaci髇 | Recursos educativos sociales | Recursos educativos sociales | Informe | Informe | 馻nza | 馻nza | | | 髏esis | 髏esis | Multimedia | Multimedia | Paradigmas | Paradigmas | 髇 y TIC | 髇 y TIC | Recursos | Recursos | 閠odos | 閠odos | Podcast | Podcast | TIC | TIC

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Advances in nanotechnology Advances in nanotechnology

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Professor Moriarty is a researcher in the field of nanotechnology. Professor Moriarty is a researcher in the field of nanotechnology. In this podcast, Professor Moriarty discusses nanotechnology, and how it has led to a convergence of the traditional sciences. He talks about the commercial applications of nanotechnology such as hard disk technology in laptops, stain free materials and fabrics, self-cleaning windows and advanced water filtration. He also touches on some of the myths about nanotechnology as well as some of the real dangers of Nanotechnology and the steps governments are taking to regulate it. Professor Moriarty is a researcher in the field of nanotechnology. In this podcast, Professor Moriarty discusses nanotechnology, and how it has led to a convergence of the traditional sciences. He talks about the commercial applications of nanotechnology such as hard disk technology in laptops, stain free materials and fabrics, self-cleaning windows and advanced water filtration. He also touches on some of the myths about nanotechnology as well as some of the real dangers of Nanotechnology and the steps governments are taking to regulate it. Professor Moriarty is a researcher in the field of nanotechnology.

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UNow | UNow | Podcast | Podcast | Audio | Audio | mp3 | mp3 | UKOER | UKOER

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Back-bench rebels Back-bench rebels

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Philip also discusses the issues behind the bank bench revolts, in particular highlighting that back bench rebellions are now at a post war high鈥搃ronically, as the new Labour government of 1997 was determined not to be a 鈥榮plit鈥 party like the previous Conservative government led by John Major. Philip also discusses the impact of the Tony Blair鈥檚 announcement that he will step down as leader of the Labour party, and whether this has affected the frequency of revolts. Philip also discusses the issues behind the bank bench revolts, in particular highlighting that back bench rebellions are now at a post war high鈥搃ronically, as the new Labour government of 1997 was determined not to be a 鈥榮plit鈥 party like the previous Conservative government led by John Major. Philip also discusses the impact of the Tony Blair鈥檚 announcement that he will step down as leader of the Labour party, and whether this has affected the frequency of revolts. Philip Cowley, Reader in the University鈥檚 School of Politics and International Relations, was recently nominated for the Times Higher young researcher of the year award. In this podcast, Philip discusses his research into back bench rebellions within the British parliament. Philip describes his research as practical politics, linking academic research to the real world of political debate. Since the British Labour party鈥檚 re-election with a reduced majority of 66 MPs in May 2005, some back bench Labour MPs have continued to vote against their own party, led by Prime Minister Tony Blair. This has forced the British government to make a series of concessions on a range of legislation. After the election, it was widely anticipated that Labour party MPs, with a reduced majority, would hav Philip Cowley, Reader in the University鈥檚 School of Politics and International Relations, was recently nominated for the Times Higher young researcher of the year award. In this podcast, Philip discusses his research into back bench rebellions within the British parliament. Philip describes his research as practical politics, linking academic research to the real world of political debate. Since the British Labour party鈥檚 re-election with a reduced majority of 66 MPs in May 2005, some back bench Labour MPs have continued to vote against their own party, led by Prime Minister Tony Blair. This has forced the British government to make a series of concessions on a range of legislation. After the election, it was widely anticipated that Labour party MPs, with a reduced majority, would hav

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UNow | UNow | Podcast | Podcast | Audio | Audio | mp3 | mp3 | UKOER | UKOER

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Depiction of terrorism in film and television Depiction of terrorism in film and television

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Professor Pearson considers the frequent engagement of modern audiences with such television series鈥 as 鈥24鈥 and 鈥楤attlestar Galactica鈥 and how these common cultural experiences should not be underestimated as a factor in affecting the way public issues are viewed. Professor Pearson considers the frequent engagement of modern audiences with such television series鈥 as 鈥24鈥 and 鈥楤attlestar Galactica鈥 and how these common cultural experiences should not be underestimated as a factor in affecting the way public issues are viewed. In this podcast, Professor Roberta Pearson from the School of American and Canadian Studies, discusses the fictional representation of terrorism in modern day television programmes and why more and more people are using fiction instead of the news to inform their opinions of world events. Professor Pearson considers the frequent engagement of modern audiences with such television series鈥 as 鈥24鈥 and 鈥楤attlestar Galactica鈥 and how these common cultural experiences should not be underestimated as a factor in affecting the way public issues are viewed. In this podcast, Professor Roberta Pearson from the School of American and Canadian Studies, discusses the fictional representation of terrorism in modern day television programmes and why more and more people are using fiction instead of the news to inform their opinions of world events. Professor Pearson considers the frequent engagement of modern audiences with such television series鈥 as 鈥24鈥 and 鈥楤attlestar Galactica鈥 and how these common cultural experiences should not be underestimated as a factor in affecting the way public issues are viewed.

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UNow | UNow | Terrorism | Terrorism | Mass media | Mass media | Podcast | Podcast | Audio | Audio | mp3 | mp3 | UKOER | UKOER

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Doing the right thing : corporate social responsibility in a global marketplace Doing the right thing : corporate social responsibility in a global marketplace

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He also talks about the big challenges ahead for international business and what role The University of Nottingham Business School can provide in further developing its teaching and research to best prepare graduates for success in the current climate. He also talks about the big challenges ahead for international business and what role The University of Nottingham Business School can provide in further developing its teaching and research to best prepare graduates for success in the current climate. Globalisation, mass consumer awareness and public accountability are all factors in persuading companies to adopt ethical policies. As companies become more accountable not only for their own actions but for those within their supply chain, they have to adapt to ensure success within the context of the global society they operate in. Professor Jeremy Moon (Professor of Corporate Social Responsibility at the University of Nottingham Business School and Director of the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility) discusses some of the challenges faced by modern companies in responding to the various pressures driving them to focus on contributing to society as well as on business performance. He also talks about the big challenges ahead for international business and what rol Globalisation, mass consumer awareness and public accountability are all factors in persuading companies to adopt ethical policies. As companies become more accountable not only for their own actions but for those within their supply chain, they have to adapt to ensure success within the context of the global society they operate in. Professor Jeremy Moon (Professor of Corporate Social Responsibility at the University of Nottingham Business School and Director of the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility) discusses some of the challenges faced by modern companies in responding to the various pressures driving them to focus on contributing to society as well as on business performance. He also talks about the big challenges ahead for international business and what rol

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UNow | UNow | Podcast | Podcast | Audio | Audio | mp3 | mp3 | UKOER | UKOER

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髇 del podcast como recurso educativo en la formaci髇 docente (2012) 髇 del podcast como recurso educativo en la formaci髇 docente (2012)

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Estos podcast tratan de resumir las l韓eas b醩icas de la investigaci髇 educativa, comenzando por la historia, conceptos b醩icos, paradigmas, etc., y terminando en una aproximaci髇 pr醕tica a la investigaci髇 real dentro del aula, abarcando de esta manera desde la formulaci髇 del problema de investigaci髇 hasta la redacci髇 del informe final. Estos podcast tratan de resumir las l韓eas b醩icas de la investigaci髇 educativa, comenzando por la historia, conceptos b醩icos, paradigmas, etc., y terminando en una aproximaci髇 pr醕tica a la investigaci髇 real dentro del aula, abarcando de esta manera desde la formulaci髇 del problema de investigaci髇 hasta la redacci髇 del informe final.

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醠isis | 醠isis | 閠odos de Investigaci髇 y Diagn髎tico en Educaci髇 | 閠odos de Investigaci髇 y Diagn髎tico en Educaci髇 | Recursos educativos sociales | Recursos educativos sociales | Informe | Informe | 髏esis | 髏esis | | | Paradigmas | Paradigmas | 髇 y TIC | 髇 y TIC | Recursos | Recursos | Podcast | Podcast | TIC | TIC

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Popular fiction in World War I Popular fiction in World War I

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Presented by Dr Jane Potter, Senior Lecturer in Publishing at Oxford Brookes University, this video and audio podcast looks beyond the War Poets to the important role that books, publishers and the book trade played during the First World War … Continue reading → Presented by Dr Jane Potter, Senior Lecturer in Publishing at Oxford Brookes University, this video and audio podcast looks beyond the War Poets to the important role that books, publishers and the book trade played during the First World War … Continue reading →

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Material Culture | Material Culture | Teaching | Teaching | 070 (News media journalism publishing) | 070 (News media journalism publishing) | 820 (English literature) | 820 (English literature) | 821 (English poetry) | 821 (English poetry) | PN (Literature) | PN (Literature) | PN4699-5650 (Journalism) | PN4699-5650 (Journalism) | Podcast | Podcast

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The Sandwich that Sabotaged Civilisation The Sandwich that Sabotaged Civilisation

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Presented by Dr Paul Miller, Marie Curie Fellow at the University of Birmingham (UK) and Associate Professor of History at McDaniel College (US), this video and audio podcast explores how a well known photograph and an infamous lunch break have … Continue reading → Presented by Dr Paul Miller, Marie Curie Fellow at the University of Birmingham (UK) and Associate Professor of History at McDaniel College (US), this video and audio podcast explores how a well known photograph and an infamous lunch break have … Continue reading →

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Consent | Dissent and Revolution | Consent | Dissent and Revolution | Teaching | Teaching | The Memory of War | The Memory of War | 070 (News media journalism publishing) | 070 (News media journalism publishing) | 320 (Political science) | 320 (Political science) | 399 (Customs of war & diplomacy) | 399 (Customs of war & diplomacy) | 900 (History & geography) | 900 (History & geography) | 940 (General history of Europe) | 940 (General history of Europe) | PN4699-5650 (Journalism) | PN4699-5650 (Journalism) | Podcast | Podcast | 399 (Customs of war & diplomacy) | 399 (Customs of war & diplomacy) | 900 (History & geography) | 900 (History & geography)

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Conflict Culture Conflict Culture

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How much do we really know about the experience of the average individual soldier? In this video and audio podcast, Matthew Leonard, University of Bristol, discusses the unique conflict culture that developed on the front lines during the First World … Continue reading → How much do we really know about the experience of the average individual soldier? In this video and audio podcast, Matthew Leonard, University of Bristol, discusses the unique conflict culture that developed on the front lines during the First World … Continue reading →

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Body and Mind | Body and Mind | From Space to Place | From Space to Place | Strange Meetings | Strange Meetings | Teaching | Teaching | 355 (Military science) | 355 (Military science) | 911 (Historical geography) | 911 (Historical geography) | 940 (General history of Europe) | 940 (General history of Europe) | Podcast | Podcast | U (Military Science) | U (Military Science)

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Rethinking British Volunteerism in 1914: A Rush to the Colours? Rethinking British Volunteerism in 1914: A Rush to the Colours?

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In this video and audio podcast Dr Catriona Pennell, Lecturer in History at the University of Exeter, discusses the British response to the outbreak of War in 1914, exposing the reaction to be much more complex than traditional images have … Continue reading → In this video and audio podcast Dr Catriona Pennell, Lecturer in History at the University of Exeter, discusses the British response to the outbreak of War in 1914, exposing the reaction to be much more complex than traditional images have … Continue reading →

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Consent | Dissent and Revolution | Consent | Dissent and Revolution | Teaching | Teaching | 070 (News media journalism publishing) | 070 (News media journalism publishing) | 399 (Customs of war & diplomacy) | 399 (Customs of war & diplomacy) | 900 (History & geography) | 900 (History & geography) | 940 (General history of Europe) | 940 (General history of Europe) | PN4699-5650 (Journalism) | PN4699-5650 (Journalism) | Podcast | Podcast | UA (Armies: Organization - distribution - military situation) | UA (Armies: Organization - distribution - military situation) | 399 (Customs of war & diplomacy) | 399 (Customs of war & diplomacy) | 900 (History & geography) | 900 (History & geography)

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Researching solutions to global water shortages Researching solutions to global water shortages

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The world-leading reputation for research that Professor Hilal has earned in the fields of membrane technology and water treatment have been formally recognized by the award of the prestigious 鈥淜uwait Prize of Applied Science for Water Resources Development鈥 for the year 2005. This prize is one of the highest scientific honours awarded in the Middle East for intellectual achievement. It marked the first time that the award had been made to an academic in a UK university. The world-leading reputation for research that Professor Hilal has earned in the fields of membrane technology and water treatment have been formally recognized by the award of the prestigious 鈥淜uwait Prize of Applied Science for Water Resources Development鈥 for the year 2005. This prize is one of the highest scientific honours awarded in the Middle East for intellectual achievement. It marked the first time that the award had been made to an academic in a UK university. Director of the University of Nottingham鈥檚 Centre for Clean Water Technologies. Making sure the world鈥檚 population has enough drinking water is one of the biggest challenges we face today. A rapidly increasing global population, the fact that only a very small percentage of global water is available for consumption and an uneven global distribution of clean drinking water are the main problems in regard to the current global water crisis. Professor Hilal discusses these problems and some of the possible solutions the University鈥檚 Centre for Clean Water Technologies is currently researching. He discusses advances the centre has made, such as the development of membrane technology to aid in the re-use of water. The world-leading reputation for research that Professor Hilal has earne Director of the University of Nottingham鈥檚 Centre for Clean Water Technologies. Making sure the world鈥檚 population has enough drinking water is one of the biggest challenges we face today. A rapidly increasing global population, the fact that only a very small percentage of global water is available for consumption and an uneven global distribution of clean drinking water are the main problems in regard to the current global water crisis. Professor Hilal discusses these problems and some of the possible solutions the University鈥檚 Centre for Clean Water Technologies is currently researching. He discusses advances the centre has made, such as the development of membrane technology to aid in the re-use of water. The world-leading reputation for research that Professor Hilal has earne

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UNow | UNow | Drinking water | Drinking water | Population | Population | Water shortages | Water shortages | mp3 | mp3 | Audio | Audio | Podcast | Podcast | UKOER | UKOER

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Poetry vs. History

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What place do the poets and their work have in the historical analysis of the War? Dr Stuart Lee takes a look at the debate in the short audio podcast. This episode is part of the new podcast series The … Continue reading →

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Teaching | The Memory of War | 820 (English literature) | 821 (English poetry) | Blogs | PN (Literature) | Podcast

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