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Pro Vice Chancellor Brigid Heywood discusses the foundations on which The Open University research is based with a focus on an interdisciplinary approach and the importance of collaboration with other higher education colleagues in the UK and internationally. Brigid also looks at the School of Excellence's collaboration with NASA and The Open University's global connections.
 
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Open Science Talk

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Open Science Talk

Open Science Talk

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A podcast about Open Science, Open Access, Open Education, Open Data, Open Software ... pretty much «open anything». Produced by the University Library at UIT The Arctic University of Norway. Founder and host of episodes 1-31: Erik Lieungh. Host from episode 32 onwards: Per Pippin Aspaas.
 
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Open College Podcast

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Open College Podcast

Produced by Possibly Correct Media

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Dr. Stephen R.C. Hicks is a Canadian-American philosopher who teaches at Rockford University, Illinois. He has had visiting positions at Oxford University (England), Kasimir the Great University (Poland), and has lectured at universities across North America, Europe, Asia, and Latin America. He specializes in modern European philosophy and politics, and has written extensively on Kant, Marx, including his two books, Explaining Postmodernism: Skepticism and Socialism from Rousseau to Foucault ...
 
Making History is the top-level thing I do, as a historian, teacher, and writer. I create content, based on either original primary research or to present the findings of other historians to my students. This channel will cover several topics (arranged in playlists) such as note-taking, research, and writing tools and techniques, history I'm teaching at Bemidji State University, research and writing projects I'm working on, Open Education techniques and resources I'm creating, and reflection ...
 
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Open Science

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Open Science

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In this series of podcasts we consider the impact of opening up science: allowing both the research community and the public to freely access the results of scientific work. Individuals can be fully informed about medical or environmental research, students worldwide can get access to the latest work, and software agents can roam the vast scientific knowledge base seeking patterns and correlations that no human has observed. Ultimately, it may profoundly change the way science is done. The r ...
 
How does living with disability and chronic illness impact on a person's quality of life? What are the consequences of physical limitations and treatment regimes? The tracks on his album explore real-life case studies in a variety of care environments. From domestic homes to residential and hospital settings, we explore physical, social and psychological impacts and investigate the extent to which care environments are enabling or disabling. The album also contains a fictional case study whi ...
 
Geology is the scientific study of the Earth, its origin, structure, processes and composition. This album is mainly concerned with the interpretation of geological maps and the relationship between the landscape and underlying rocks. The Open University's Dr Iain Gilmour talks us through the geological landforms of Dorset and the Isle of Skye, using geological maps and actual footage of the locations to illustrate his points. This material forms part of The Open University course S260 Geology.
 
In rural South Africa there are thousands of people who receive little or no medical care. So what can be done for them? One answer is Phelophepa, the Good Health Train, which makes a circuit of the country every two years. This album joins the team of doctors, medical students and health workers on the train as they visit the town of Taba Nchu. In the weeks before Phelophepa arrives, community activists try to raise public awareness so that as many people as possible are able to benefit. An ...
 
Do you take your access to water for granted? The Peruvian and Tanzanian communities featured in this album certainly don’t. This album examines how development agencies can empower communities to help themselves by introducing simple technologies, and facilitate the sharing of ideas through education. In the Andean mountains, scarce supplies of water and agricultural challenges give rise to conflict; but the changes engineered by development agencies can start to show a way out of poverty. ...
 
'Video, Education, and Open Content: Best Practices' was a two-day symposium intended to increase the understanding of educators, technologists, video producers, and other stakeholders in how video and open education can work together for the public good. This symposium builds upon the work that the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning and Intelligent Television have been conducting in the area of educational video, open productions, and commercial-noncommercial collaborations ...
 
Wish you knew more about the biggest investment you will most likely ever make? Build Your House Yourself University (byhyu) will teach you to save money and make smart decisions about the construction of the place you and your family will call HOME. We will help you understand residential construction— simplify and demystify the design build process. You’ll come away with successful strategies for building your own house, with or without a general contractor. Become an educated consumer, ev ...
 
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Mortgage Banker University with Brett McDonell

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Mortgage Banker University with Brett McDonell

Brett McDonell: Providing Industry's Best Mortgage Sales & Marketing Ideas, Tactics & Strategies For Loan Officers, Mortgage Bankers & Mortgage Brokers

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Mortgage Banker University with Brett McDonell is dedicated to providing mortgage bankers, brokers, loans officers and sales managers with the very best mortgage marketing and sales strategies in the industry. Brett shares his innovative ideas and strategies to help you take your mortgage business to the next level. Brett also interviews other top producing mortgage professionals, realtors and sales experts to help you cut your learning curve, make more money and dominate your market. For ot ...
 
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Open-plan homes with great rooms that combine the kitchen, dining room, and living room make smart use of space, increase natural light and make it easy for family and friends to be together. However, with few walls or defined borders and with clear sightlines from one space to another, open-plan rooms can be tricky to decorate. It’s a challenge to…
 
We talk to Jose Urra Llanusa and Santosh Ilamparuthi, founders of the open hardware community at Delft Technical University, on promises and pitfalls of open hardware, and how to scale up good quality devices.Show notes:+ [Guide to preprints](https://zenodo.org/record/5600535)+ [Book launch "Open Science, the Very Idea"](https://www.uu.nl/nieuws/on…
 
Many of us are building our houses with the intention of staying there for the rest of our lives. We’re building our forever homes. And there are some fairly simple design choices we can make that will allow us to stay in our homes comfortably even as seniors. The aging-in-place features we’ll discuss in this episode will give us a greater level of…
 
In this episode, Kim Huijpen from the Association of Universities in the Netherlands (VSNU) tells about the programme following the publication of Room for Everyone's Talent, a position paper aiming for a wholescale overhaul of the practices of research assessment in the Netherlands. The podcast interview was made in conjunction with the Munin Conf…
 
Where do we find the meaning of life?In answering that question, we look to Professor Jordan Peterson a man with a foot in two worlds. He is a man of science, proficient in the biological bases of psychology and the developments of psychology as an applied science.Website: http://www.opencollegepodcast.com http://www.StepheHicks.orgSupport Open Col…
 
I'm beginning the process of looking for instances of ideas in my Obsidian vault. In this video, I find a bunch of times I thought about the idea of Domains, wondering about the limitations of explanatory schemes. I find a few to begin my Note on this topic.
 
This is my reaction to Neil deGrasse Tyson getting history spectacularly wrong on Joe Rogan's show. The original clip is a couple of years old, but it is still being watched regularly and these are topics I care a bit about. So I thought I'd set the record straight.
 
I'd like to compare the ways World History survey courses cover history in different regions of the world, and also if possible how this changes over time. I've asked Open Education folks, Moodlers, and others -- now I'm asking my viewers for suggestions of the textbook titles they've used or are aware of in their regions. Thanks!!…
 
My reaction to the wildly popular Bill Wurtz video that begins before the Big Bang and races to the present in just under 19 minutes (I'm reacting to the "clean" version). I add some points I think need emphasis. Lots of great stuff in here. I'm always interested in people who can be super effective talking about history to the public, so this was …
 
Since I've changed the name to "Making History", I thought I probably ought to share some of the history that I've made. So I'm going to start reading some of my writing, beginning with the book that came out of my dissertation. Peppermint Kings, A Rural American History, was published in 2020 by the Yale University Press, in their Agrarian Studies…
 
We talk to Michael Bon, founder of the Collective Science Platform (CoScience) on his take on the big sin of academia and how reviving the scientific debate in the digital age make science great again.Show notes:+ Climate Helpdesk: https://www.klimaathelpdesk.org/+ National measures to combat threats against scientists: https://www.vsnu.nl/en_GB/ne…
 
Will open concept homes become a thing of the past? In the midst of the pandemic, lots of people have been talking about wanting more private space in their homes. And many are wondering if open floor plans are on their way out. I give you my prediction in this episode. Show notes at BYHYU.com www.facebook.com/BYHYU/…
 
As you probably know, a major part of doing our due diligence and vetting or investigating a contractor before hiring him or her is to contact some references. Ask the contractors you’re considering for your project for ideally at least 3-4 references. And make sure you actually contact those references. Most people are very willing to help out by …
 
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In the last episode, we had a brief overview of the rough-in phase of construction, including what goes on during the electrical rough-in. This week I’ll give you some very basic information about your breaker box and where you should locate it. Plus we’ll briefly cover when you’ll need a typical 120 volt electrical outlet versus a more powerful 24…
 
Significant progress has been made on my house, but if you’ve been following me for a while, you know the process has been painfully slow. Soil instabilities found during excavation of my property and the subsequent foundation redesign and retaining wall construction added more than 6 months to my timeline. Record rains, including overflow of the r…
 
The recognition and reward discussion surged during the summer. Charisma Hehakaya (PhD candidate at the UMC) had co-authored a opinion piece about including early career academics, because the decisions affect them the most. She talks with us about the background of this discussion and why she is active in the Young Science In Transition.Show notes…
 
In episode 37 of the OFID podcast, OFID Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, and Jeanne Marrazzo, MD, professor of medicine and director of the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, square off in a spirited draft of the top animal-related infections.Oxford University Press
 
In this episode Dr. Stephen Hicks addressed the philosophical question, does morality require the existence of the gods or a God, or is morality part of our human nature?Sponsored By CleanMyMac: http://www.possiblycorrect.com/cleanmymacstephenhicks NordVPN: http://www.possiblycorrect.com/opencollegenordvpnLedger Secure Crypto Hard Wallet: http://sh…
 
A discussion on the new service Open Polar: The Global Open Access Portal for Research Data and Publications on the Arctic and Antarctic (https://openpolar.no). Presenting only freely available documents on the Arctic and Antarctic, Open Polar is a thematic search engine that can be a useful tool for both researchers and decision makers. Tamer Abu-…
 
This week we’ll go over some design tips that I read in a recent article on houzz.com called 7 Major Decorating Mistakes and How to Avoid Them. Even if you like interior design as I do, it can be intimidating to decorate an entire house. But information like this will give us some guidance and a little more confidence when making decisions about ou…
 
Will Knowland was removed from his role at the prestigious Eton College after posting a lecture on Youtube challenging the third wave modern feminist concept 'toxic masculinity'. Knowland was sacked after he repeatedly refused requests from the college's head master Simon Henderson to take the video down. The video, called the Patriarchy paradox, h…
 
This is the second part of our interview with fireplace professional Jake Cromwell of Top Chimney and Roofing. He’ll continue his discussion about high-efficiency direct vent gas fireplaces, which he recommends for those of us who want the heat and beauty of a fireplace, but don’t want a lot of maintenance. He’ll also tell us what we need to look f…
 
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This week and next we’ll have a fireplace professional and educator on the show who will help us understand the different types of fireplaces and educate us about some fireplace misconceptions. We’ll also talk about his favorite type of fireplaces and the greatest piece of advice he has for consumers. In part one of our talk, he’ll focus on breakin…
 
Can science be truly open if it doesn't allow for all perspectives? In this episode we talk diversity and inclusion with associate professor at the UMC Utrecht Gönül Dilaver. Also, we touch base on the newsynews and talk education with Gönül. Shownotes: - Interview Paul Boselie on not using the Journal Impact Factor: https://www.nature.com/articles…
 
This interview was recorded in July 2020 for DocEnhance (docenhance.eu), an EU-funded project that aims to broaden the expertise of PhDs by developing courses in transferable skills. One such transferable skill is how to manage your research data in a transparent manner and as much as possible in accordance with the FAIR principles (Findable, Acces…
 
The current homebuilding environment is a tough one. Builders and homeowners like us are dealing with historically high prices and historically low availability in building materials and labor. In this week’s episode, I’ll tell you about a May 2021 survey done for the National Association of HomeBuilders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI). The …
 
Even though we humans have lots of knowledge, we do not necessarily have a good and full theory of knowledge. Yet we should not let the lack of a good theory, deny the existence of what the theory should be explaining.Humans have cognitive faculties with limitations. One can form snap judgments, but one can also recognize and pursue the objective p…
 
The cost of lumber has increased more than 300% since April 2020. Lumber sold for $348 per thousand board feet before the pandemic and peaked to a record high of $1,500 per thousand board feet in May 2021. Thankfully, prices have begun to fall in the last few weeks. I checked lumber prices today and they are around $935 per thousand board feet, whi…
 
Michael Rectenwald and Stephen Hicks on postmodernism, postmodern politics, the contemporary Left, and the state of education, culture, society, the media, and politics. For the video of this conversation please visit Michael Rectenwald’s YouTube Channel.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2V9HKAlUm8 Website: http://www.opencollegepodcast.com http://w…
 
If you’re considering building a house with exterior cladding made of stucco and/or manufactured stone or thin natural stone veneer, this episode is for you. This week we’ll talk about the moisture control challenges that we can run into with stone veneer, manufactured stone, and stucco cladding. Peter Barrett is our guest today. He is the Product …
 
"Code often isn't your project, the research question is your project." Research software is a major component of modern science, but not everyone is a specialist in this regard. Barbara Vreede and Lieke de Boer from the Netherlands eScience center talk about the increasing importance of version control and the role of the research software enginee…
 
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