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Bill Nye's Dance Moves Break the Laws of Science - Mashable

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Bill Nye's Dance Moves Break the Laws of Science
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The Dancing With the Stars judges may have misunderstood poor Bill Nye. But that didn't stop the famous scientist from gracing the stage.

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My Favourite Scientist

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This is a great video site showing the life and careers of famous scientists. Find out about Richard Feynman, Rosalind Franklin, Gregor Mendel and even Mister Spock in interviews with scientists in their field today.

http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Science

 

 

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The Quiet Realization of Ivan Illich's Ideas in the Contemporary Commons Movement | David Bollier

The Quiet Realization of Ivan Illich's Ideas in the Contemporary Commons Movement | David Bollier | Science | Scoop.it

For the past three days I've been attending a fantastic conference, "After the Crisis:  The Thought of Ivan Illich today," in Oakland, California, at the Oakland School for the Arts.  Illich was an iconoclastic social critic, Jesuit priest, radical Christian, historian, scientist and public intellectual who was especially famous in the 1970s and 1980s for his searing critiques of the oppressive nature of institutions and service professions.  His writings also explored the nature of the nonmarket economy, or "vernacular domains," as he put it, which are the source of so much of our humanity and, indeed, the source of commoning.

 


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Project Management in GI Projects

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Project Management in GI Projects

 

This material is the asynchronous part of e-learning course "Project Management in GI Projects – part I (theory)" and is intended for self-study. At the beginning of the course, there will be a synchronous session (online with teacher and fellow students). On the e-learning platform, a quiz for self-testing is implemented for each module. Students are expected to do one test after each module. After the end of part I, there will be an online exam.


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