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16.11.12 Some social logics of sharing: From Web 2.0 to the therapeutic narrative

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I would like to suggest a framework that takes into account two spheres of sharing: ‘sharing economies,’ both of production and consumption; and intimate interpersonal...

Collection: Social and Developmental Psychology Seminar Series

Institution: Department of Psychology

Created: Fri 18 Jan 2013


30.04.13 How Do Mindreaders Model Minds?

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What it is to be a mindreader? Mindreading involves representing mental states. And just as representing physical states requires having some model of the physical, so equally...

Collection: Social and Developmental Psychology Seminar Series

Institution: Department of Psychology

Created: Wed 1 May 2013


'Action Research as a Strategy for Teacher Development' & ‘The development of school-based Learning Study and ...

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Action Research - Presenters: Professor Colleen McLaughlin (University of Sussex and University of Cambridge), Dr Ros Mclellan, Michael Fordham and Nazipa Ayubayeva (University of...

Collection: Kazakhstan programme open seminar series

Institution: Faculty of Education

Created: Fri 30 May 2014


Africa Research Forum Talk: Morten Jerven on African development statistics

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Morten Jerven of Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, introduces his book 'Poor numbers: how we are misled by African development statistics and what to do about it'. This event...

Collection: Centre of African Studies

Institution: Centre of African Studies

Created: Mon 3 Jun 2013


An early career teacher’s perspective of the ELSI MEd course

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An early career teacher talks about their experience of studying on the ELSI MEd course.

Collection: Educational Leadership and School Improvement (ELSI) Masters route: Views from the Students

Institution: Faculty of Education

Created: Wed 16 May 2012


Annotating a portrait of Queen Elizabeth I on the interactive whiteboard

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This clip depicts classroom dialogue in a secondary school history lesson where students in turn annotated a portrait of the young Queen Elizabeth projected onto the interactive...

Collection: Supporting classroom dialogue using interactive whiteboard technology: professional development resources

Institution: Faculty of Education

Created: Fri 26 Jul 2013


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Cavitating Blastocyst

Collection: Blastocysts

Institution: Wellcome Trust Medical Research Council Cambridge Stem Cell Institute

Created: Thu 6 Mar 2014


A secondary headteacher’s perspective of the ELSI MEd course

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A secondary headteacher talks about their experience of studying on the ELSI MEd course.

Collection: Educational Leadership and School Improvement (ELSI) Masters route: Views from the Students

Institution: Faculty of Education

Created: Wed 16 May 2012


"Child Survival: Where and Why are Children Dying?" Robert Hingley

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Robert Hingley, trustee of Save the Children talks on Child Survival across the world and Save the Children's efforts to ameliorate the situation.

Collection: Cambridge University International Development (CUiD)

Institution: Queens' College - Undergraduates

Created: Thu 29 Jan 2009


China: The Challenges of Development

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Sir Christopher Hum KCMG is currently Master of Caius College. He was previously Her Majesty's Ambassador to the People's Republic of China, his final posting in a foreign office...

Collection: Cambridge University International Development (CUiD)

Institution: Queens' College - Undergraduates

Created: Tue 17 Feb 2009


'Compensation for Asbestos, Crashing Cars, Bungling Medics and Exploding Boilers - Can Private Law Meet the Challenge...

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On 4th February 2008 two members of the team that organised the European Legal Development (ELD) project gave a public lecture in Leeds. The lecture gave further perspectives and...

Collection: Cambridge Law: Public Lectures from the Faculty of Law

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Tue 26 Feb 2013


David Brokensha

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An interview with the anthropologist David Brokensha in Cambridge about his life and work in Africa and America. Lasts about 90 minutes, filmed and interviewed by Alan Macfarlane...

Collection: Film Interviews with Leading Thinkers

Institution: Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

Created: Fri 18 Mar 2011


Dialogue after interactive whiteboard use in a secondary history class

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This 5.5 min. clip illustrates the rich dialogue that ensued when the teacher posed the question ‘Is it possible for us to imagine the experience of trench warfare?’ after using a...

Collection: Supporting classroom dialogue using interactive whiteboard technology: professional development resources

Institution: Faculty of Education

Created: Mon 17 Jun 2013


Drawing objects on the interactive whiteboard together: collectively constructing knowledge

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In this clip from a history lesson students are building on each other’s ideas as they create a joint picture of a trench – this is a nonverbal kind of 'dialogue.'

Collection: Supporting classroom dialogue using interactive whiteboard technology: professional development resources

Institution: Faculty of Education

Created: Fri 26 Jul 2013


Dr. Ha-Joon Chang: "The Nature of Development: Hamlet without the Prince of Denmark"

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Talk at the Cambridge International Studies Association, Feb 2, 2012

Collection: Cambridge International Studies Association (CISA)

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Fri 3 Feb 2012


Dr Louise Tillin - Food for Votes? Comparing Welfare Politics in Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh

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Louise Tillin, from King's College, London, examines the relationship between politics and the provision of welfare in two Indian states.

Collection: Centre of South Asian Studies: Seminars

Institution: Centre of South Asian Studies

Created: Mon 27 Jan 2014


Dr Markus Daechsel -

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Dr Markus Daechsel of Royal Holloway, London, investigates urban development work in Pakistan in the 1950s and 1960s.

Collection: Centre of South Asian Studies: Seminars

Institution: Centre of South Asian Studies

Created: Tue 11 Mar 2014


Dr Rohit De: 'Husna Bai's profession: sex, work and freedom in the Indian constitution, 1950-1964'

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Rohit De of Cambridge University's Centre for History and Economics examines the constitutional contest between officials of the Indian state, welfare workers and prostitutes in...

Collection: Centre of South Asian Studies: Seminars

Institution: Centre of South Asian Studies

Created: Sat 22 Feb 2014


Educating Teachers in Developing World Contexts: The imperative for radical reform

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Bob Moon was a secondary teacher and headteacher of two urban British secondary comprehensive schools before moving into the higher education sector. He was appointed Professor of...

Collection: Centre for Commonwealth Education: Seminars

Institution: Faculty of Education

Created: Wed 8 May 2013


Emerging Clean Technology Industries in the United States

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Clean technology industries are emerging and attracting significant attention from policy-makers, entrepreneurs and investors. Dr. Gregory Theyel discusses the location and firm...

Collection: Manufacturing Thursdays Seminars, Institute for Manufacturing

Institution: Department of Engineering

Created: Fri 5 Mar 2010


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