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Excerpts from presentations at the China Leaders for Global Operations (CLGO) Lean Operations Club Forum on Supply Chain Risks after the Japan Mega-Disaster, at Shanghai Jiao Tong University on May 15, 2011. Prof. David Simchi-Levi (C...
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April 1, 2011 - The MIT Global Education & Career Development and the MIT Public Service Center invite you to hear from two panelists who have turned their passion for education into plans for consulting and public policy careers. Fi...
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June 9, 2011 - 10 Ways To Become An Excellent Researcher and Valuable Member of Your Lab is a lecture in which Dr. Renetta G. Tull Ph.D (Assist. Dean @ UMBC, Dir. PROMISE) takes from previous experience and voices ways to improve oneself...
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As part of the Drupal Academic project (http://drupalacademic.mit.edu), this video presents some of the key features of the Dev Desktop, a local environment for developing Drupal websites. Future videos will present overviews to installa...
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Barry Jaspan of Acquia presents the Dev Cloud, a hosting environment that packages Drupal 7 with a simple user experience featuring git and drush functionality in a drop n'drag interface -- a wow by any measure. The audio is good but the...
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Jesse Beach gives an overview of the now ready-for-primetime Omega theme, developed by Jake Strawn and now in beta release. Jake's screencast of the theme's key features is here. As Jesse says, what's unusual about this theme, beyond its...
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This 5 minute demo shows how to use Identity Finder to scan your computer for sensitive files, to take action if sensitive files are found, and to save a report. Select the "toggle fullscreen" option for optimized viewing.
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Music by: Nujabes For educational purposes only, no copyright infringement intended.
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This very interactive video lesson uses the Simple Pendulum experiment to enable students to answer the fundamental question: What is the value of g in my school and in my home? Students will learn to calculate this value by working in...
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