HOW TO STUDY EFFECTIVELY: SIMPLE EXAM TIPS | Doctor Mike​

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How digital media and big data are redefining democracy: Clifton Van Der Linden at TEDxUofT

How digital media and big data are redefining democracy: Clifton Van Der Linden at TEDxUofT

[MUSIC PLAYING] How many people in the room voted in the last Federal Election? [LAUGHING] All right. So that’s a good number. I’d say about a third of you . So it depends– there’s a selection bias in the room, to an extent. The time people who would come out to a “Ted Talk” in […]

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UCLA Extension Student Stories: Television Writing Certificate

UCLA Extension Student Stories: Television Writing Certificate

The arts and writing community here at UCLA Extension is completely different to anything I’ve experienced back home in the UK. I feel like there’s a lot more opportunity in Los Angeles in general and definitely UCLA extension can connect you to those opportunities much more easily, much more directly, just because of the quality […]

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Chrisman Media Podcast for December 20, 2019

Chrisman Media Podcast for December 20, 2019

Hello I’m Jordan Twenter. And I’m Jorge Cerritos. As we wrap things up for break, at Chrisman Media this is our final podcast of the semester. This week will talk about the basketball tournament and deals for the holiday season. (music/open) Two weeks ago Chrisman beat Truman with a buzzer beater we can simply not […]

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Teachers discuss the importance of quality Australian children’s television

Teachers discuss the importance of quality Australian children’s television

The quality of the story. The quality of the acting. The quality of the setting. I see it on television, and it just reinforces who they are and who their family is, and who their friends are. I think we must have quality local content, as well. Because, there are stories that are unique to […]

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How the US stole thousands of Native American children

How the US stole thousands of Native American children

I was adopted by a white missionary couple. I was adopted… immediately placed for adoption. I was in foster care with one family for 18 years. They were white. My parents loved us and I understand that. But at the same time… They took the idea that they were saving me. Saving us from ourselves. […]

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Polarized Media: Consuming News from Inside Your Bubble: The Daily Show

Polarized Media: Consuming News from Inside Your Bubble: The Daily Show

But let’s get straight into it. The presidential election, with just two weeks left– it looks like the gloves are finally coming off. Vice President Joe Biden campaigning for Hillary Clinton in Wilkes-Barre, and here’s what he said about Donald Trump. The press always asks me, don’t I wish I were debating him. No. I […]

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POP CULTURE: What’s wrong with the media

POP CULTURE: What’s wrong with the media

We’re likely to have grown up thinking that the mainstream Media was our friend The common sense natural judge of everything that matters and is important and a reliable guide to existence But we might also be realizing that isn’t quite true Let’s take a moment to remind ourselves of some of the things that […]

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This Is How Social Media Is Made To Be Addicting

This Is How Social Media Is Made To Be Addicting

Hey there and welcome to Life Noggin. It’s pretty hard to tell me and Triangle Bob apart when you zoom in on our heads. Ya know cause our animator didn’t give us faces! You humans are quite a bit different though! You have so many awesome facial features that really set you apart. So much […]

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