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MedienGrass: Lebendes Erbe: Das Medienarchiv Günter Grass als Teil der Präsenz des Europäischen Kulturellen Erbes im Digitalen Raum: Manfred Thaller

Günter Grass Stiftung-Medienarchiv
Zu den Initiativen, die den europäischen Gemeinschaften über ein wirtschaftlich relevantes Bündnis hinaus zu einer besser erkennbaren Identität verhelfen sollen, gehört die Europäische Digitale Bibliothek, die mittelfristig substantielle Teile des kulturellen Erbes des Kontinents – operationalisiert als Inhalt der Bibliotheken, Archive und Museen – über eine gemeinsame Oberfläche verfügbar machen soll. Der Struktur Europas entsprechend, geht es dabei nicht darum und kann es nicht darum gehen, eine zentrale und monolithische Instanz zur Definition und Verwaltung...

MedienGrass: Ein weites Feld und kein Ende: Einblicke in die Medienrezeption und den Literaturbetrieb in Deutschland

Günter Grass Stiftung-Medienarchiv
Dr. Dieter Stolz berichtet chronologisch über die Medien- und Publikumsreaktionen auf "Ein weites Feld". Beleuchtet wird der Literatur- und Medienbetrieb, sowie die Literaturkritik in Deutschland. Dr. Dieter Stolz Günter Grass: ,Ein weites Feld' und kein Ende… Gestern wird sein, was morgen gewesen ist oder eine jahrzehntealte Geschichte wird immer wieder neu aufgelegt, das Grass-Symptom und kein Ende: Für die einen ist der unbequeme Querdenker längst ein ,rotes Tuch', andere stecken ihn kurzerhand in die aschgraue...

MedienGrass: Begrüßung zur Eröffnung im Rathaus zu Bremen: Begrüßung durch Carmen Emigholz und Dieter Berghöfer

Günter Grass Stiftung-Medienarchiv
1. Carmen Emigholz 2. Dieter H. Berghöfer (ab 00:07:40)

MedienGrass: Podiumsgespräch mit Lesung von Günter Grass: Abschlußveranstaltung: Ansichten eines deutschen Schriftstellers

Günter Grass Stiftung-Medienarchiv
Begrüßung: Prof. Joachim Treusch, Präsident der Jacobs University Bremen. 00:10:15:00-00:27:46 Günter Grass: Lesung aus "Kopfgeburten" 00:28:12- 00:35:40 Harro Zimmermann: Einführung und Vorstellung der Podiumsteilnehmer. Moderation. 00:35:40 Jutta Limbach 00:39:40 Joachim Treusch 00:42:28 Hendrik Birus 00:48:45 Per Øhrgaard 00:51:10 Eckhard Fuhr 00:53:53 Eckhard Fuhr 00:58:36 Per Øhrgaard 01:01:01 Hendrik Birus 01:01:05 Joachim Treusch 01:09:30 Eckhard Fuhr 01:11:46 Jutta Limbach 01:15:40 Hendrik Birus 01:18:35 Jutta Limbach 01:20:11 Per Øhrgaard 01:23:05 Eckhard Fuhr 01:27:07 Günter Grass: Anmerkungen, Rezitation:...

Das Medienarchiv der Günter Grass Stiftung

Günter Grass Stiftung-Medienarchiv
Imagefilm zum Medienarchiv der Günter Grass Stiftung Bremen

Requirements for a Mission to study Thermosphere-Magnetosphere

Thomas Moore

Dataset for "Reasoning about resources in the embedded systems language Hume"

Hans-Wolfgang Loidl
Isabelle/HOL theory files, matching the paper "Reasoning about resources in the embedded systems language Hume" in FOPARA'13

Research Data Management

Cameron McLean
Slides used in the Research Data Management workshops offered at the Centre for eResearch

Ignite_2016kiwifoo_Kubke.pptx

M Fabiana Kubke
A take on what is the problem with current scientific publishing

Exploiting Electronic Health Record Standard openEHR to Manage Experimental Data in Computational Physiology

Koray Atalag, Geoff Williams, David Nickerson, Gary Mirams & Jonathan Cooper
A presentation that I delivered at the 2016 VPH Conference, on behalf of Koray and Geoff.
In computational physiology, standards to express mathematical and anatomically based geometric models rely heavily on the XML suite of standards and the Semantic Web. The Physiome Model Repository (PMR) provides an infrastructure to manage models and personal workspaces using distributed version control as well as providing ontology-based semantic annotation and advanced semantic searching mechanisms (including a SPARQL endpoint). We have...

2016_09 Umea factor analysis.pdf

Gavin Brown
Seminar to the Behavior Measurement group in the Applied Educational Sciences Dept, University of Umea. Covers basic principles of exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis with an eye to validating the content structure of a test.

2016_09 Umea Item Response Test theory.pdf

Gavin Brown
Introductory lecture on Item Response Theory given to Behavioural Measurement Group, University of Umea, Sweden in September 2016

Numbers & Statistics—Damned Lies or Principled Arguments

Gavin Brown
This presentation was given in 2012 to the Post Graduate Students Association in the Faculty of Education at the University of Auckland. It covers problems of appropriate data preparation and analysis so as to make claims about phenomena. It covers the following topics:a. the problem of chanceb. sample size determinationc. power analysisd. principles of measuremente. correlation interpretationf. statistical modeling esp. with linear assumptionsg. latent trait theoryh. statistical significance inference, esp. with mean score differencesi. practical...

Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand Policy Workshop - November 2014

M Fabiana Kubke
Slides of my talk at the CCANZ Open Access Policy workshop - Wellington, November 24 2014 Originally published in SlideShare http://www.slideshare.net/kubke/creative-commons-aotearoa-new-zealand-policy-workshop-november-2014?from_action=save

Research Data Management: University context (pt1)

Laura Armstrong
Part 1 of 2 presentations to ACRSS on RDM service development at the University of Auckland.

Ignite 2016 kiwifoo by Kubke

M Fabiana Kubke
A take on what is the problem with current scientific publishingAt KiwiFoo 2016, Snells Beach, New Zealand

Managing Research Data - workshop slides

Dharani Sontam, Laura Armstrong, Yvette Wharton & Cameron McLean
Slides used in the 'Managing Research Data' workshops offered by the Centre for eResearch, University of Auckland.

Classical Test theory: Simple but Inadequate

Gavin Brown
Lecture notes on Classical Test Theory, given to Behavioural Measurement Group, University of Umea, Sweden in September 2016

Research Data Management Workshop Slides

Cameron McLean
Slides used in the Research Data Management workshops offered at the Centre for eResearch

Data Cleaning & Checking: Minimising Garbage

Gavin Brown
These notes are a summary of teaching notes used related to the preparation of data so that maximal interpretation can be made. Topics covered include:1. checking for accuracy, response sets, and validity of entries in data sets2. detecting and dealing with missing values with the expectation maximisation procedure3. identifying and dealing with outliers and non-normal distributions


Numbers & Statistics—Damned Lies or Principled Arguments

Gavin Brown
This presentation was given in 2012 to the Post Graduate Students Association in the Faculty of Education at the University of Auckland. It covers problems of appropriate data preparation and analysis so as to make claims about phenomena. It covers the following topics:a. the problem of chanceb. sample size determinationc. power analysisd. principles of measuremente. correlation interpretationf. statistical modeling esp. with linear assumptionsg. latent trait theoryh. statistical significance inference, esp. with mean score differencesi. practical...

Research Data Management: University context (pt1)

Laura Armstrong
Part 1 of 2 presentations to the AcRSS group, Libraries and Learning Services, on RDM service and support development plans at the University of Auckland.

An Introduction to Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) and Structural Equation Modeling (SEM): Investigating linear relationships among latent constructs

Gavin Brown
This was presented in August 2016 to the EARLI SIG 1 Assessment and Evaluation Summer School in Munich. It provides an introduction to CFA and SEM techniques. It presumes understanding of exploratory factor analysis and multivariate statistical techniques. It extends basic CFA into SEM and multigroup invariance testing. It illustrates procedures and problems that can occur in testing models (e.g., negative error variance, not positive definite covariance matrices) and suggests solutions to overcome these issues....

Research Data Management: University Research Data Repository (pt2)

Laura Armstrong & Markus Binsteiner
Part 2 of 2 presentations to ACRSS on RDM service development at the University of Auckland.

Test Item Writing from the Perspective of Measurement

Gavin Brown
Presentation to Behavioural Measurement Group, University of Umea, Sweden. September, 2016

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