Friday, September 3, 2010

Heads-up for 3 September 2010

Academic courses on podcast recommended by DIY Scholar are always worth a try. And now that the semesters have started, there is much to find and she is the source to look out for. For example, she points to Intellectual History of the United States which can be had from Berkeley.

While at it, it serves to take a look at Berkeley's Webcasts. I have already chose three courses in the new semester.
Philosophy 6
Geography C110
History 5

Europe from its Origins
Episode 17 Cultural Shift 1200s 1300s
A major transformation in the religious, moral and artistic culture of Europe occurred during the Central Middle Ages, a shift in the whole tenor of Latin Christian civilization, its sensibility and values. The usual stress on the transformative effects of the Renaissance have obscured this fundamental cultural advance, whose effects are omnipresent in our culture today. In this episode we trace the outline of that great transformative shift.
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Galileo weiß, wo Ihr Paket is
Ein modernes Entwicklungslabor für Ortung, Navigation und Kommunikation in Verkehr und Logistik befindet sich in Magdeburg. Partner aus Industrie und Forschung entwickeln und testen im Galileo-Testfeld Sachsen-Anhalt gemeinsam satellitengestützte Anwendungen für die Verkehrs- und Logistikbranche, den öffentlichen Nahverkehr, die Telematik und die funkgestützte Kommunikation.

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