1. Introduction to Sociology - Collective Behavior and Social Movements

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    This video is a segment on organization of social movements from Adapt Courseware’s Introduction to Sociology. © Copyright 2013 Adapt Courseware, LLC. All Rights Reserved. This course introduces the study of human society including classic theory, culture, social organization, stratification, and social change. For more information visit http://adaptcourseware.com

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    • An Uncommon Bond

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      Veterinarians Jennifer Graham and Julie DeCubellis and veterinary technician Jessica Leonard care for “exotic pets” ranging from a palm-sized hedgehog to a 4-foot-long Colombian python at the Tufts University Cummings School’s zoological companion animal medicine service. All the animals have unique needs but the bond their owners have with them is just as strong as others might have with their dogs and cats. http://now.tufts.edu/multimedia

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      • Enlivened Learning an introduction

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        Enlivened Learning is a feature-length documentary that visits higher education initiatives around the world that are re-imagining what it is to learn. The film inspires us to reflect on how learning can reconnect us to community, the land and ourselves. This short film is an introduction to our project which we are still shooting and which should be completed in May 2014. To see what we are up to and to support us go to http://enlivenedlearning.com/ and join our campaign at igg.me/at/enlivenedlearning

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        • Higher Ed. Protest

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          A few clips from the student protest against budget cuts that took place on the steps of the Capitol.

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          • UC & Public Higher Education: A Teach In

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            with Student-Regent Designate Jesse Cheng, Professor George Lakoff, (UC Berkeley) and CA State Senator Loni Hancock. SENATOR LONI HANCOCK, Democrat from Oakland, represents the regions of Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Castro Valley, Dublin, El Sobrante, Emeryville, Livermore, Oakland, Piedmont, Richmond, and San Pablo. She has compiled an impressive record of legislation supporting the environment and education. Recently, she was appointed to the new "Joint Select Committee on Reform," a special legislative committee set up by Assembly Speaker Karen Bass and Senate President Darrell Steinberg to address the crisis in California's tax system. For more: http://dist09.casen.govoffice.com/ PROFESSOR GEORGE LAKOFF teaches cognitive and neural linguistics at UC Berkeley. He is best known to humanists for his ground-breaking collaborations with Mark Johnson, --Metaphors We Live By, and --Philosophy of the Flesh--. In response to the UC budget crisis, Professor Lakoff has shown exemplary leadership, taking the initiative to promote a referendum that would return the California legislature to the classical majority vote and eliminate the 2/3rd rule that has crippled the state. For more: www.californiansfordemocracy.com or http://www.camajorityrule.com JESSE CHENG is the student-regent to the UC Board of Regents and an Asian American Studies major at UCI. He has also served as external chair for the Asian Pacific Student Association, executive vice president-elect for the Associated Students of UC Irvine, Academic Senate representative for the Council on Education Policy and the chair of the UC Student Fee Advisory Committee. Having attended the UC Regents meetings for the past academic year, he has special insight into their handling of the plight of students.

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            • IAAC Podcast 1- Challenges Indians Face When Studying in the US

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              The first in a series of podcasts that cover the ranging issues students face when leaving their homeland to study at a U.S.-based college or university. This is a guide for academic advisors who may have been assigned international students as part of their case load but who have not received the level of training for this cohort that they would like. Hosted by: Matt Wade, CEO of Talisman Guidance Solutions www.talismanguidance.com matt@talismanguidance.com Jennifer Kumar, Owner of Authentic Journeys facebook.com/authenticjourneys authenticjourneys@gmail.com

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              • The Role of Higher Education in Adapting to Climate Change - Prof. Janette Lindesay

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                12/6/09 Prof. Janette Lindesay, Deputy Director, Climate Change Institute, Australian National University UNU and IR3S Consultation conference on Role of higher education in adapting to climate change for Establishing a regional network to develop a postgraduate educational programs on climate change adaptation http://www2.ir3s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/UNU-IR3S/index.html 国際連合大学 (UNU-ISP)・東京大学(IR3S)共催 「気候変動適応に関する高等教育」シンポジウム 気候変動適応に関する大学院教育プログラム開発のための 地域ネットワークの構築を目指して

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                • ITSM Weekly The Podcast (Episode 32)

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                  Show Notes with Links: http://www.servicesphere.com/blog/2010/9/13/itsm-weekly-the-podcast-episode-32.html American Medical Systems Support Dr. Pam Carter’s Podcast Jay Stuart Sends Free Pass to Pam Carter to Fusion10 Cherwell Software Phil Neufeld CBAT Former FrontRange Solution Leaders Fresno State Deskside Support Best Practices Pat Bolger Hornbill Software Ease of Use vs. Ease of Usage Cherwell Asset Discovery Tool PDF HEAT Service and Support True Differentiators in ITSM Solutions The Future of ITSM Tools Human ERP Fristory Platform for Service iCherwell Mobile Application WAP Client side Business Rules Cherwell Software “Community” Matt Neigh’s Blog Matt Neigh’s Twitter Tungle.me (Calendar of the Future) Pull Media vs. Push Media for Service Management SIM SIM and itSMF Special (50% off for members contact HOOP!) itSMF Executive Forum Cherwell Software at Fusion10 itSMF Social Training, UGH! CSU Travel Restriction Higher Education Podcast Series Episode 28-32

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                  • Vision Series: Steven Pearlstein - "Economics for Everyman"

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                    Speaker: Steven Pearlstein Robinson Professor, Public and International Affairs Event Date: September 24, 2012 Lecture Description: The Washington Post’s Pulitzer-prize winning columnist Steven Pearlstein has been teaching economics to his readers for two decades, explaining the ins and outs of health care reform, analyzing the causes of the latest global financial crisis or anticipating the challenges to the Washington area economy. Now he’s trying his hand at teaching the same economic principles, and providing the same common sense insights, to
 the undergraduates at George Mason University. So how is it going?

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                    • TerpVision 7: Capital News Service Journalism Students Working the Conventions

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                      Watch as Maryland journalism students working with the Capital News Service get the experience of their lives covering national political conventions.

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