An overview of the scientific quest to discover life elsewhere in the universe. Topics include the origin of life on Earth, Mars, extra-solar planets, interstellar travel, and extra-terrestrial intelligence.

- Physics 20E. Life in the Universe. Lec. 1: Motivations, Imaginings and the Meaning of 'Life'
- Physics 20E. Life in the Universe. Lec. 2: Defining Life and Our Place in the Universe
- Physics 20E. Life in the Universe. Lec. 3: Revolutions in Matter and Earth
- Physics 20E. Life in the Universe. Lec. 4: Deep Time and the Biological Revolution
- Physics 20E. Life in the Universe. Lec. 5. Sky Above and Earth Below
- Physics 20E. Life in the Universe. Lec. 6: Earth's Atmosphere and Climate

**Author/s: **bullock@uci.edu (James Bullock)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Physics & Astronomy

**Tags: **Physics,Astronomy,Life,Universe,galaxy,Earth,Mars,Milky Way,extra-solar planets,interstellar travel,extra-terrestrial,alien life

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/physics_20e_life_in_the_universe.html

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This module covers the following:

- Prove and use basic properties of natural numbers (e.g., properties of divisibility)
- Use the Principle of Mathematical Induction to prove results in number theory
- Know and apply the Euclidean Algorithm
- Apply the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic (e.g., find the greatest common factor and the least common multiple, show that every fraction is equivalent to a unique fraction where the numerator and denominator are relatively prime, prove that the square root of any number, not a perfect square number, is irrational)

**Author/s: **rlehman@uci.edu (Rachel Lehman)

**Category: **UNEX Education ► University Extension

**Tags: **CSET,Math,Mathematics,CSET Math I,Natural Numbers,Algebra

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getOCWPage.php?course=OC0111116&lesson=6&topic=1&page=1

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Designed to provide freshman with an in-depth survey of general psychology. Topics include biological bases of behavior, sensation, perception, cognition, development, personality, psychopathology, and social psychology.

- Psychology 9C/Psychology & Behavior 11C Lec 1: Introduction to Psychology
- Psychology 9C/Psychology & Behavior 11C. Lec 2: The Power of the Situation
- Psychology 9C/Psychology & Behavior 11C. Lec 4: The Depths of Social Influence
- Psychology 9C/Psychology & Behavior 11C Lec 5: Persuasion & Attitude Change
- Psychology 9C/Psychology & Behavior 11C Lec 6: Relationships & Interpersonal Attraction
- Psychology 9C/Psychology & Behavior 11C Lec 7: Thinking About You, Me, US, & Them
- Psychology 9C/Psychology & Behavior 11C. Lec 8: Measuring Individual Differences
- Psychology 9C/Psychology & Behavior 11C Lec 9: Intelligence
- Psychology 9C/Psychology & Behavior 11C. Lec 10: Personality Psychology
- Psychology 9C/Psychology & Behavior 11C Lec 11: Freud's Theory of Growth & Development
- Psychology 9C/Psychology & Behavior 11C Lec 12: Post-Freud Personality Theory
- Psychology 9C/Psychology & Behavior 11C Lec 13: Contemporary Personality Research
- Psychology 9C/Psychology & Behavior 11C Lec 14: What is Mental Illness?
- Psychology 9C/Psychology & Behavior 11C Lec 15: The "Big Two" Mental Disorders
- Psychology 9C/Psychology & Behavior 11C. Lec 16: Seratonin and Depression Redux
- Psychology 9C/Psychology & Behavior 11C. Lec 17: Treating Psychological Disorders: A Whirlwind Tour
- Psychology 9C/Psychology & Behavior 11C. Lec 18: Can Psychology Fix Human Behavior?

**Author/s: **phditto@uci.edu (Peter Ditto) , phditto@uci.edu (Peter Ditto)

**Category: **Social Ecology ► Psychology & Social Behavior

**Tags: **psychology,social behavior,cognitive studies,psych fundamentals,behavior,sensation,perception,personality,psychopathology,social psychology

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/psych_9cpsy_beh_11c_psych_fundamentals.html

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"Fundamental concepts relating to carbon compounds with emphasis on structural theory and the nature of chemical bonding, stereochemistry, reaction mechanisms, and spectroscopic, physical, and chemical properties of the principal classes of carbon compounds."

- Chem 51A Index of Topics
- 51A Chapter 1 2014
- 51A Chapter 2 2014
- 51A Chapter 3 2014
- 51A Chapter 4 2014

- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 02.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 03.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 04.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 05.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 06.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 07.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 08.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 09.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 10.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 11.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 12.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 13.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 14
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 15.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 16.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 17.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 18.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 19.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 20.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 21.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 22.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 23.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 24.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 25.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 26.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 27.
- Chem 51A. Organic Chemistry. Lec 28.

**Author/s: **s3king@uci.edu (Susan King)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Chemistry

**Tags: **

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/chem_51a_organic_chemistry.html

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This course is an introduction to modern inorganic chemistry. Topics include principles of structure, bonding, and chemical reactivity with application to compounds of the main group and transition elements, including organometallic chemistry.

- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 01
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 02
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 03
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 04
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 05
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 06
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 07
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 08
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 09
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 10
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 11
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 12
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 13
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 14
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 15
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 16
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 17
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 18
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 19
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 20
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 21
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 22
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 23
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 24
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 25
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 26
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 27
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 28
- Chemistry 107: Inorganic Chemistry. Lecture 29

**Author/s: **aheyduk@uci.edu (Alan Heyduk) , matt.law@uci.edu (Matthew Law)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Chemistry

**Tags: **Inorganic Chemistry,structure bonding,bonding,chemical reactivity,transition elements,organometallic chemistry,molecular orbitals,Crystalline Solid State,Donor-acceptor chemistry,main group elements,C

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/chem_107_inorganic_chemistry.html

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This is an open course for learning how to write academic paragraphs in English. It will show you the basic parts of a paragraph and how to write them. This course will also show you how to adequately develop your paragraphs. Finally, you will learn how to write eight different types of paragraph. When you begin this course and enter the "UCI Learn" page, click on "log in as guest.

**Author/s: ** (Tamy Chapman)

**Category: **International Programs - ESL and TEFL ► University Extension

**Tags: **academic paragraphs,writing,English grammar,introduction paragraph,conclusion paragraph,body paragraph,types of paragraphs,academic papers,essays

**See more at: **http://learn.uci.edu/course/view.php?id=15475

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In this course, you will learn all of the major principles of macroeconomics normally taught in a quarter or semester course to college undergraduates or MBA students.

Perhaps more importantly, you will also learn how to apply these principles to a wide variety of situations in both your personal and professional lives. In this way, the Power of Macroeconomics will help you prosper in an increasingly competitive and globalized environment.

- The Power of Macroeconomics. Introductory Remarks
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 01. Part 1
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 01. Part 2
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 01. Part 3
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 01. Part 4
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 01. Part 5
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 01. Part 6

- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 02. Part 1
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 02. Part 2
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 02. Part 3
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 02. Part 4
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 02. Part 5
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 02. Part 6

- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 03. Part 1
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 03. Part 2
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 03. Part 3
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 03. Part 4
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 03. Part 5

- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 04. Part 1
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 04. Part 2
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 04. Part 3
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 04. Part 4
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 04. Part 5
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 04. Part 6
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 04. Part 7

- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 05. Part 1
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 05. Part 2
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 05. Part 3
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 05. Part 4
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 05. Part 5
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 05. Part 6
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 05. Part 7
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 05. Part 8

- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 06. Part 1
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 06. Part 2
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 06. Part 3
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 06. Part 4
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 06. Part 5
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 06. Part 6
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 06. Part 7

- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 07. Part 1
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 07. Part 2
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 07. Part 3
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 07. Part 4
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 07. Part 5

- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 08. Part 1
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 08. Part 2
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 08. Part 3
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 08. Part 4
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 08. Part 5
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 08. Part 6

- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 09. Part 1
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 09. Part 2
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 09. Part 3
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 09. Part 4
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 09. Part 5

- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 10. Part 1
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 10. Part 2
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 10. Part 3
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 10. Part 4
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 10. Part 5
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 10. Part 6
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 10. Part 7
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 10. Part 8

- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 11. Part 1
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 11. Part 2
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Lec 11. Part 3
- The Power of Macroeconmics. Lec 11. Part 4
- The Power of Macroeconomics. Closing Remarks

**Author/s: **navarrop@uci.edu (Peter Navarro)

**Category: **Economics ► Social Sciences

**Tags: **macroeconomics,economy,Keynesian Model,fiscal policy,Federal Reserve,monetary policy,unemployment,inflation,economic growth,public debt,international trade,exchange rates,deficits

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/the_power_of_macroeconomics_economic_principles_in_the_real_world.html

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In this course, you will learn all of the major principles of microeconomics normally taught in a quarter or semester course to college undergraduates or MBA students.

Perhaps more importantly, you will also learn how to __apply__ these principles to a wide variety of real world situations in both your personal and professional lives. In this way, the Power of Microeconomics will help you prosper in an increasingly competitive environment.

Note that this course is a companion to the Power of Macroeconomics. If you take both courses, you will learn all of the major principles normally taught in a year-long introductory economics college course.

- The Power of Microeconomics. Introductory Remarks
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 01. Part 1
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 01. Part 2
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 01. Part 3
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 01. Part 4
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 01. Part 5
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 01. Part 6

- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 02. Part 1
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 02. Part 2
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 02. Part 3
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 02. Part 4

- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 03. Part 1
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 03. Part 2
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 03. Part 3
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 03. Part 4

- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 04. Part 1
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 04. Part 2
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 04. Part 3
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 04. Part 4
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 04. Part 5
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 04. Part 6

- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 05. Part 1
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 05. Part 2
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 05. Part 3
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 05. Part 4
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 05. Part 5
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 05. Part 6

- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 06. Part 1
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 06. Part 2
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 06. Part 3
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 06. Part 4

- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 07. Part 1
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 07. Part 3
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 07. Part 2
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 07. Part 4
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 07. Part 5
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 07. Part 6

- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 08. Part 1
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 08. Part 2
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 08. Part 3
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 08. Part 4
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 08. Part 5

- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 09. Part 1
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 09. Part 2
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 09. Part 3
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 09. Part 4
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 09. Part 5
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 09. Part 6

- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 10. Part 1
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 10. Part 2
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 10. Part 3
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 10. Part 4
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 10. Part 5
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 10. Part 6

- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 11. Part 1
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 11. Part 2
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 11. Part 3
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 11. Part 4
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 11. Part 5
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 11. Part 6
- The Power of Microeconomics. Lec 11. Part 7

**Author/s: **navarrop@uci.edu (Peter Navarro)

**Category: **Economics ► Social Sciences

**Tags: **microeconomics,real world applications,economy,economic principles,supply and demand,consumer behavior,production theory,oligopoly,captial market,labor market,competition,capitalism

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/the_power_of_microeconomics_economic_principles_in_the_real_world.html

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This is an open course in writing academic essays in English. It starts with a lesson on the the different types of essays. Then you'll learn how to write introduction paragraphs, body paragraphs, and conclusion paragraphs. When you begin this course and enter the "UCI Learn" page, click on "log in as guest.

**Author/s: ** (Tamy Chapman)

**Category: **International Programs - ESL and TEFL ► University Extension

**Tags: **academic essays,types of essays,research essays,introduction paragraphs,body paragraphs,conclusion paragraphs,writing skills

**See more at: **http://learn.uci.edu/course/view.php?id=15474

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This course is developed to satisfy the California Commission of Teaching Credentialing requirements for teacher candidates. The class provides opportunities for candidates to learn how to teach the basic and essential fundamentals of physical education for K-6^{th} grade students. The central knowledge is about children’s motor skill development, along with the emotional and social aspects as they relate to physical activity. Teachers will learn the key aspects to a physical education lesson, which includes a warm-up activity, the lesson plan (skill development and game applications), and closure. As a total lesson, at least half the time should be spent in moderate to vigorous activity.

In addition, classroom management techniques, safety and liability, kinesiology, and instructional techniques will be covered. Moreover, multicultural aspects and special needs populations will be incorporated. Finally, ideas for integrating physical education with academic subjects (math, language arts, science, and social science) will be addressed.

- Education 320: Teaching PE & Health, Elementary Education - Purpose of PE; Warm-up activities
- Education 320: Teaching PE & Health, Elementary Education - Fitness activities and Cooperative activities
- Education 320: Teaching PE & Health, Elementary Education - Lead-in Sport Skills, via Basketball; Throw/catch
- Education 320: Teaching PE & Health, Elementary Education - Dance!
- Education 320: Teaching PE & Health, Elementary Education - Group Presentations
- Education 320: Teaching PE & Health, Elementary Education - Group Presentations cont.
- Education 320: Teaching PE & Health, Elementary Education - Stress Management (Health Class)
- Education 320: Teaching PE & Health, Elementary Education - Rainy Day Activities; Reflections and Lessons from Teaching PE

**Author/s: **jmjohnst@uci.edu (Jeff Johnston)

**Category: **Education

**Tags: **Physical Education,Health,Elementary School Education,Children's motor skill development,warm-up activity,fitness activities,rainy day activities,stress management

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/education_320_teaching_pe__health_elementary_education.html

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Second part of the Basic Physics 3 series. This course covers topics such as: fluid mechanics, thermodynamics,electrostatics (including dc circuits), magnetism (including eletromagnetic induction). The course assumes a working knowledge of calculus and trigonometry.

- Physics 3B. Lec. 01. Basic Physics II
- Physics 3B. Lec. 02. Basic Physics II
- Physics 3B. Lec. 03. Basic Physics II
- Physics 3B. Lec. 04. Basic Physics II
- Physics 3B. Lec. 05. Basic Physics II
- Physics 3B. Lec. 06. Basic Physics II
- Physics 3B. Lec. 07. Basic Physics II
- Physics 3B. Lec. 08. Basic Physics II
- Physics 3B. Lec. 09. Basic Physics II
- Physics 3B. Lec. 10. Basic Physics II
- Physics 3B. Lec. 11. Basic Physics II
- Physics 3B. Lec. 12. Basic Physics II
- Physics 3B. Lec. 13. Basic Physics II
- Physics 3B. Lec. 14. Basic Physics II
- Physics 3B. Lec. 15. Basic Physics II
- Physics 3B. Lec. 16. Basic Physics II
- Physics 3B. Lec. 17. Basic Physics II
- Physics 3B. Lec. 18. Basic Physics II
- Physics 3B. Lec. 19. Basic Physics II

**Author/s: ** (Roger McWilliams)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Physics & Astronomy

**Tags: **Basic Physics,fluids,heat,electricity,magnetism,thermodynamics,electrostatics,dc circuits,electromagnetic induction,fluid mechanics

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/physics_3b_basic_physics_ii.html

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Student participatory course practicing initiation, planning, and coordination of various speakers on the subject of Disparities in Health Care. Topics in this course include: mental health, Health Care financing, religion and spirituality in health, immigration and medical care, women's health, geriatrics, and prison health.

- Public Health 91: Disparities In Healthcare. Lecture 01: Introduction to the Course
- Public Health 91: Disparities in Healthcare. Lecture 02: Mental Health
- Public Health 91: Disparities In Healthcare. Lecture 03: Healthcare Reform
- Public Health 91: Disparities in Healthcare. Lecture 04: VA Healthcare
- Public Health 91: Disparities In Healthcare. Lecture 05: Religion, Spirituality, and Healthcare
- Public Health 91: Disparities in Healthcare. Lecture 06: Undocumented Immigrants and Medical Care
- Public Health 91: Disparities in Healthcare. Lecture 07: Women's Health
- Public Health 91: Disparities in Healthcare. Lecture 08: Geriatrics
- Public Health 91: Disparities in Healthcare. Lecture 09: Prison Health

**Author/s: ** (Various Authors) , Oladele.Ogunseitan@uci.edu (Oladele Ogunseitan)

**Category: **Health Sciences ► Public Health

**Tags: **Public Health,US Health Care,Health Care Financing,Spirituality,Immigrant Patients,Women's Health,Geriatrics,Prison Health,Mental Health,Veterans Affair Healthcare

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/pubhlth_91_disparities_in_health_care.html

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Each quarter is devoted to current topics in the field of Earth System Science. Topics addressed vary each quarter. For this course, topics discussed include: climate change, biodiversity, demographics, transportation and urban systems, cost-benefit analysis, negative impacts on the environment, environmental policy, and sustainability.

- ESS 280A. Lecture 01. Special Topics in ESS: Climate Change- The Science (Part A)
- ESS 280A. Lecture 02. Special Topics in ESS: Climate Change- The Science (Part B)
- ESS 280A. Lecture 03. Special Topics in ESS: Biodiversity and Ecology
- ESS 280A. Lecture 04. Special Topics in ESS: Climate Change - Part C
- ESS 280A. Lecture 05. Special Topics in ESS: Demographics & China
- ESS 280A. Lecture 06. Special Topics in ESS: Transportation and Urban Systems
- ESS 280A. Lecture 07. Special Topics in ESS: Economics Markets & Governments; Cost-benefit Analysis
- ESS 280A. Lecture 08. Special Topics in ESS: Security 1- Environmental Stresses & Negative Impacts
- ESS 280A. Lecture 09. Special Topics in ESS: Environmental Policy
- ESS 280A. Lecture 10. Special Topics in ESS: Security 2- Management & Sustainability

**Author/s: ** (Various Authors)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Earth System Science

**Tags: **Earth System Science,Climate Change,Biodiversity,demographics,transporation effects,economic markets,negative impacts on the environment,environmental policy,sustainability

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/ess_280a_special_topics_in_earth_system_science.html

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This course prrovides direct opportunities for Public Health majors to observe and participate in public health activities and/or research; and to cultivate skills for verbal and written communication of contemporary public health topics for an integrative culminating experience.

- Public Health 195W Practicum. Lecture 01.
- Public Health 195W Practicum. Lecture 02.
- Public Health 195W Practicum. Lecture 03.
- Public Health 195W Practicum. Lecture 04.
- Public Health 195W Practicum. Lecture 05.
- Public Health 195W Practicum. Lecture 06.
- Public Health 195W Practicum. Lecture 07.
- Public Health 195W Practicum. Lecture 08.
- Public Health 195W Practicum. Lecture 09.

**Author/s: **Oladele.Ogunseitan@uci.edu (Oladele Ogunseitan)

**Category: **Health Sciences ► Public Health

**Tags: **Public Health,research,verbal communication,written communication,Culminating Experience

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/pubhlth_195w__public_health_practicum_and_culminating_experience.html

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This entry-level psychology course is designed to provide students with an in-depth survey of general psychology. Topics include biological bases of behavior, sensation, perception, cognition, development, personality, psychopathology, and social psychology

- Psych 9A. Lec. 01. Psych Fundamentals: Course Introduction
- Psych 9A. Lec. 02. Psych Fundamentals: Communication and Control Using Brain Waves
- Psych 9A. Lec. 03. Psych Fundamentals: Research Methods
- Psych 9A. Lec. 04. Psych Fundamentals: Genetic and Evolutionary Roots of Behavior
- Psych 9A. Lec. 05. Psych Fundamentals: Brain and Nervous System
- Psych 9A. Lec. 06. Psych Fundamentals: Brain and Nervous System, Part 2
- Psych 9A. Lec. 07. Psych Fundamentals: Brain and Nervous System, Part 3
- Psych 9A. Lec. 08. Psych Fundamentals: Midterm Review
- Psych 9A. Lec. 09. Psych Fundamentals: Sensation, Part 1
- Psych 9A. Lec. 10. Psych Fundamentals: Sensation, Part 2
- Psych 9A. Lec. 11. Psych Fundamentals: Sensation, Part 3
- Psych 9A. Lec. 12. Psych Fundamentals: Sensation, Part 4
- Psych 9A. Lec. 13. Psych Fundamentals: Color Opponency, Perception, Part 1
- Psych 9A. Lec. 14. Psych Fundamentals: Perception, Part 2
- Psych 9A. Lec. 15. Psych Fundamentals: Perception, Part 3
- Psych 9A. Lec. 16. Psych Fundamentals: Perception, Part 4
- Psych 9A. Lec. 17. Psych Fundamentals: Consciousness, Part 1
- Psych 9A. Lec. 18. Psych Fundamentals: Consciousness, Part 2

- Psych 9A. Syllabus Winter 2014
- Psych 9A. Lec. 03 PP Slides: Research Methods
- Psych 9A. Lec. 04 PP Slides: Genetic & Evolutionary Roots of Behavior
- Psych 9A. Lec. 05 PP Slides: Brain and Nervous System
- Psych 9A. Lec. 06 PP Slides: Brain and Nervous System, Part 2
- Psych 9A. Lec. 07 PP Slides: Brain and Nervous System, Part 3
- Psych 9A. Lec. 08 PP Slides: Midterm Review
- Psych 9A. Lec. 09 PP Slides: Sensation, Part 1
- Psych 9A. Lec. 10 PP Slides: Sensation, Part 2
- Psych 9A. Lec. 11 PP Slides: Sensation, Part3
- Psych 9A. Lec. 12 PP Slides: Sensation, Part 4
- Psych 9A. Lec. 13 PP Slides: Perception, Part 1
- Psych 9A. Lec. 14 PP Slides: Perception, Part 2
- Psych 9A. Lec. 15 PP Slides: Perception, Part 3
- Psych 9A. Lec. 16 PP Slides: Perception, Part 4
- Psych 9A. Lec. 17 PP Slides: Consciousness, Part 1
- Psych 9A. Lec. 18 PP Slides: Consciousness, Part 2
- Psych 9A. Final Review PP Slides

**Author/s: **mdzmura@uci.edu (Thomas Michael D'Zmura) , mdzmura@uci.edu (Thomas Michael D'Zmura)

**Category: **Social Ecology ► Psychology & Social Behavior

**Tags: **Psychology,cognitive studies,social behavior,Psychology fundamentals,biological bases of behavior,sensation,perception,cognition,development,personality,psychopathology,social psychology

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/psych_9apsy_beh_11a_psychology_fundamentals.html

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Provides training for students with an interest in clinical and translational research in the health care setting. Cultivates skills for study design, research literature review, ethics, responsible conduct of research, and cultural competence while emphasizing professionalism and personal responsibility.

- PubHlth 194: Clinc Trans Rsrch-A. Lec 1: Introduction
- PubHlth 194: Clinc Trans Rsrch-A. Lec 2: Bedside to Population Research
- PubHlth 194: Clinc Trans Rsrch-A. Lec 3: Bench to Bedside Research
- PubHlth 194: Clinc Trans Rsrch-A. Lec 5: Introduction to the IRB, Informed Consent.
- PubHlth 194: Clinc Trans Rsrch-A. Lec 6: Human Subjects, Barriers to Research
- PubHlth 194: Clinc Trans Rsrch-A. Lec 7: Ethics of Clinical Research
- PubHlth 194: Clinc Trans Rsrch-A. Lec 8: Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Research Design (BERD)

**Author/s: **dcooper@uci.edu (Dan Cooper) , Oladele.Ogunseitan@uci.edu (Oladele Ogunseitan) , shl@uci.edu (Shahram Lotfipour)

**Category: **Health Sciences ► Public Health

**Tags: **Public Health,Research Conduct,Translational Rsearch Preparatory,Clinical Research Preparatory,Ethics skill training,cultural competence

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/pubhlth_194a_clinical_and_translational_research_preparatory_i.html

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This is an open course in noun clauses of English grammar. It starts with a lesson on the basics of nouns and then moves to a lesson on the basics of clauses. Then we put those things together and learn about noun clauses. Finally, we learn how to reduce a noun clause. If you already understand nouns and clauses, you can skip those topics, but they also may be useful to review before starting the more difficult material. When you begin this course and enter the "UCI Learn" page, click on "log in as guest."

**Author/s: ** (Tamy Chapman)

**Category: **International Programs - ESL and TEFL ► University Extension

**Tags: **English Grammar,nouns,Noun Clauses,UCI Learn

**See more at: **http://learn.uci.edu/course/view.php?id=14658

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This module covers:

1. 1.3.0 Introduction

2. 1.3.1 Domain and Range

3. 1.3.2 Rational Functions

4. 1.3.3 Composition of Functions

5. 1.3.4 Inverse Functions and One-to-One Functions

6. 1.3.5 Radical Functions

7. 1.3.6 Even and odd Functions

8. 1.3.7 Exponential Functions

9. 1.3.8 Logarithmic Functions

For future reference, please visit and bookmark this page: CSET Mathematics Subtest I: Functions.

**Author/s: **rlehman@uci.edu (Rachel Lehman)

**Category: **UNEX Education ► University Extension

**Tags: **CSET,Mathematics,Subtest I,Domain and Range,Rational Functions,Composition of Functions,Inverse Functions,One-to-One Functions,Radical Functions,Even and Odd Functions,Exponential Functions,Logarithmi

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getOCWPage.php?course=OC0111116&lesson=4

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- This module covers why graphs of linear inequalities are half planes and helps yoo to apply this fact (e.g., linear programming). For the exam, you should be able to prove and use the following:

- The Rational Root Theorem for polynomials with integer coefficients
- The Factor Theorem
- The Conjugate Roots Theorem for polynomial equations with real coefficients
- The Quadratic Formula for real and complex quadratic polynomials
- The Binomial Theorem

For future reference, please visit and bookmark this page: CSET Mathematics Subtest I: Polynomial Equations and Inequalities.

**Author/s: **rlehman@uci.edu (Rachel Lehman)

**Category: **UNEX Education ► University Extension

**Tags: **CSET,Mathematics,Algebra,Polynomial Equations,inequalities,OER,free course

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getOCWPage.php?course=OC0111116&lesson=3

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This module covers why the real and complex numbers are each a field, and that particular rings are not fields (e.g. integers, polynomial rings, matrix rings).

- You will apply basic properties of real and complex numbers in constructing mathematical arguments (e.g. if a < b and c < 0, then ac > bc). You will also demonstrate your knowledge that rational numbers and real numbers can be ordered and that the complex numbers cannot be ordered, but that any polynomial equation with real coefficients can be solved in the complex field.

For future reference, please visit and bookmark this page: CSET Subtest Mathematics I: Algebraic Structures.

**Author/s: **rlehman@uci.edu (Rachel Lehman)

**Category: **UNEX Education ► University Extension

**Tags: **CSET Math I,Algebra,Algebraic Structures,Free course,Exam Preparation,Teacher Preparation,California Subject Exam for Teachers,OER

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getOCWPage.php?course=OC0111116&lesson=2&topic=1&page=1

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This is the introduction module covering technical requirements, such as the recommended use of the Firefox browser, and how to take the course. This course is based on a self-diagnostic approach, using sample questions, guided examples, brief topical coverage, and final diagnostic questions. It is designed for rapid study for those prospective or current teachers taking the California Subject Exam for Teachers (CSET).

For future reference, please go to and bookmark this page: CSET Mathematics I: Course Introduction.

**Author/s: **rlehman@uci.edu (Rachel Lehman)

**Category: **UNEX Education ► University Extension

**Tags: **course introduction,algebra,CSET,Math,Mathematics,CSET Math I,Algebraic Structures,Polynomial Equations,Inequalities,Functions,Linear Algebra,Natural Numbers

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getOCWPage.php?course=OC0111116&lesson=1&topic=1&page=1

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This course is listed as Physics 255: General Relativity in the UCI course catalogue.

An introduction to Einstein’s theory of gravitation. Tensor analysis, Einstein’s field equations, astronomical tests of Einstein’s theory, gravitational waves.

Link to Prof. Hamber's home page: http://aeneas.ps.uci.edu/

- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 01: Introduction
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 02: Special Relativity 1
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 03: Special Relativity 2
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 04: Special Relativity 3
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 05: General Relativity 1
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 06: General Relativity 2
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 07: General Relativity 3
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 08: General Relativity 4
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 09: General Relativity 5
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 10: General Relativity 6
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 11: Field Equations 1
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 12: Field Equations 2
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 13: Field Equations 3
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 14: Solutions to the Field Equations 1
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 15: Solutions to the Field Equations 2
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 16: Solutions to the Field Equations 3
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 17: Solutions to the Field Equations 4
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 18: Solutions to the Field Equations 5
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 19: Solutions to the Field Equations 6
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 20: Gravitation and Quantum Mechanics
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 21: Student Presentations. Group 1
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 22:Student Presentations. Group 2
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 23: Student Presentations. Group 3
- Einstein's General Relativity and Gravitation. Lec 24: Student Presentations. Group 4

**Author/s: **hhamber@uci.edu (Herbert Hamber)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Physics & Astronomy

**Tags: **theory of gravitation,relativity,gravitational waves,Einstein's theory,Tensor Analysis,Field Equations,Astronomical tests

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/einsteins_general_relativity_and_gravitation.html

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This is an open course in adjective clauses of English grammar. It starts with a lesson on the basics of adjectives and then moves to a lesson on the basics of clauses. Then we put those things together and learn about adjective clauses. Finally, we learn how to reduce an adjective clause to make an adjective phrase. If you already understand adjectives and clauses, you can skip those topics, but they also may be useful to review before starting the more difficult material. When you begin this course and enter the "UCI Learn" page, click on "log in as guest."

**Author/s: ** (Tamy Chapman)

**Category: **International Programs - ESL and TEFL ► University Extension

**Tags: **adjective clause,grammar,adjective,adjective phrase,English practice

**See more at: **http://learn.uci.edu/course/view.php?id=14659

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Mathematica and its applications to linear algebra, differential equations, and complex functions. Fourier series and Fourier transforms. Other topics in integral transforms.

Filmed Spring 2014.

- Physics 50. Lec. 01.1. Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 01.2. Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 01.3. Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 02.1. Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 02.2. Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 02.3. Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 02.4. Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 03.1. Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 03.2 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 03.3 math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 04.1 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 04.2 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 04.3 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 04.4 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 04.5 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 05.1 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 05.2 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 05.3 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 06.1 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 06.2 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 06.3 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 06.4 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 06.5 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 07.1 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 07.2 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 07.3 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 08.1 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 08.2 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 08.3 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 08.4 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 09.1 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 09.2 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 09.3 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 10.1 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 10.2 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 10.3 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 10.4 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 10.5 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 11.1 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 11.2 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 11.3 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 12.1 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 12.2 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 12.3 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 12.4 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 12.5 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 12.6 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 13.1 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 13.2 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 14.1 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 14.2 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 14.3 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 14.4 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 14.5 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 15.1 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 15.2 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 15.3 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 15.4 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 16.1 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 16.2 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 16.3 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 16.4 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 16.5 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 17.1. Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 17.2. Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 17.3. Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 17.4. Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 17.5. Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 18.1 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 18.2 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 18.3 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 19.1 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 19.2 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 19.3 Math Methods
- Physics 50. Lec. 19.4 Math Methods

**Author/s: **mdennin@uci.edu (Michael Dennin)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Physics & Astronomy

**Tags: **math methods,complex functions,linear algebra,differential equations,integral transforms,fourier series,fourier transforms,Physics

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/physics_50_math_methods.html

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The composition and circulation of the atmosphere with a focus on explaining the fundamentals of weather and climate. Topics include solar and terrestrial radiation, clouds, and weather patterns.

Filmed Spring 2014.

- ESS 5. Lec 01. The Atmosphere: Composition and Evolution of the Atmosphere
- ESS 5. Lec 02. The Atmosphere: Composition and Structure of the Atmosphere
- ESS 5. Lec 03. The Atmosphere: Solar Radiation and the Seasons
- ESS 5. Lec 04. The Atmosphere: Global Energy Balance and Temperature
- ESS 5. Lec 05. The Atmosphere: Factors Affecting Local Temperatures
- ESS 5. Lec 06. The Atmosphere: Pressure and Winds
- ESS 5. Lec 07. The Atmosphere: Atmospheric Moisture
- ESS 5. Lec 08. The Atmosphere: Cloud Development and Forms
- ESS 5. Lec 09. The Atmosphere: Precipitation Process
- ESS 5. Lec 10. The Atmosphere: Atmospheric Circulation
- ESS 5. Lec. 11. The Atmosphere: Ocean Interactions
- ESS 5. Lec. 12. The Atmosphere: Wind Systems, Air Masses, and Fronts
- ESS 5. Lec. 13. The Atmosphere: Mid-Latitude Cyclones
- ESS 5. Lec. 14. The Atmosphere: Lightning, Thunderstorms, and Tornadoes
- ESS 5. Lec. 15. The Atmosphere: Hurricanes
- ESS 5. Lec. 16. The Atmosphere: Human Effects on the Atmosphere and Introduction to Earth's Climates
- ESS 5. Lec. 17. The Atmosphere: Earth's Past Climates
- ESS 5. Lec. 18. The Atmosphere: Earth's Climate Today
- ESS 5. Lec. 19. The Atmosphere: Earth's Future Climate

**Author/s: **julie.ferguson@uci.edu (Julie Ferguson)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Earth System Science

**Tags: **atmosphere,weather,climate,clouds,weather patterns,terrestrial radiation,solar radiation

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/ess_5_the_atmosphere.html

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This course is intended for both mathematics and biology undergrads with a basic mathematics background, and it consists of an introduction to modeling biological problems using continuous ODE methods (rather than discrete methods as used in 113A). We describe the basic qualitative behavior of dynamical systems in the context of a simple population model. As time allows, we will then discuss other types of models such as chemical reactions inside the cell, or excitable systems leading to oscillations and neuronal signals. The necessary linear algebra is also discussed to avoid including additional requirements for this course.

- Math 113B. Lec. 01. Intro to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Introduction to the Course
- Math 113B. Lec. 02. Intro to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Bacterial Growth
- Math 113B. Lec. 03. Intro to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Nondimensionalization
- Math 113B. Lec. 04. Intro to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Steady States and Linearization
- Math 113B. Lec. 07. Intro to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Stability Analysis
- Math 113B. Lec. 08. Intro to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Phase Diagrams
- Math 113B. Lec. 09. Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Phase Diagrams II
- Math 113B. Lec. 10. Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Phase Diagrams III
- Math 113B. Lec. 11. Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Single Species Population Models
- Math 113B. Lec. 12. Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Midterm Review
- Math 113B. Lec. 13. Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Lotka Volterra Competition
- Math 113B. Lec. 14: Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Predator Prey Model
- Math 113B. Lec. 15. Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: SIR Model
- Math 113B. Lec. 16. Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Michaelis Menten Enzyme Example
- Math 113B. Lec. 17. Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Timescale Decomposition
- Math 113B. Lec. 18. Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Quasi Steady State Analysis
- Math 113B. Lec. 19. Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Sigmoidal Functions, Multisite Systems
- Math 113B. Lec. 20. Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Chemical Kinetics: Mass Action Law
- Math 113B. Lec. 21. Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Hopf Bifurcations
- Math 113B. Lec. 22. Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Subcritical Hopf
- Math 113B. Lec. 23. Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Poincare-Bendixon
- Math 113B. Lec. 24. Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Poincare-Bendixon II
- Math 113B. Lec. 25. Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Index Theory
- Math 113B. Lec. 26. Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Final Review, Part 1
- Math 113B. Lec. 27. Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Biology: Final Review, Part 2

**Author/s: **enciso@uci.edu (German Andres Enciso Ruiz)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Mathematics

**Tags: **Mathematics,Biology,oridinary differential equations,qualitative behavior,dynamical systems,chemical reactions inside cells,neuronal signals,linear algebra,oscillation signals

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/math_113b_intro_to_mathematical_modeling_in_biology.html

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In recent decades we have observed a significant reduction of the cryosphere due to anthropogenic climate change. The observed and predicted changes in the extent and amount of snow and ice will have major impacts on climate, ecosystems and human populations both at a local and global scale. This course will introduce students to the science behind climate change as well as the physical and chemical processes that govern components of the cryosphere, including snow, permafrost, sea ice, glaciers and ice sheets. Particular emphasis will be placed on the important role that each component plays in the larger climate system and potential feedbacks. We will also examine some of the social, economic and political impacts that the melting cryosphere will have on countries around the Arctic and also worldwide, such as access to new petroleum reserves, infrastructure damage due to melting permafrost, sea level rise and decreases in freshwater availability.

- ESS 21. Lec 01. On Thin Ice: Introduction
- ESS 21. Lec 02. On Thin Ice: Tools for Studying Earth System
- ESS 21. Lec 03. On Thin Ice: What Controls Earth's Global Temperature?
- ESS 21. Lec 04. On Thin Ice: Earth's Climate
- ESS 21. Lec 05. On Thin Ice: Anthropogenic Climate Change
- ESS 21. Lec 06. On Thin Ice: Future Climate Change
- ESS 21. Lec 07. On Thin Ice: Snow
- ESS 21. Lec 08. On Thin Ice: Outlook for Snow
- ESS 21. Lec 09. On Thin Ice: Permafrost
- ESS 21. Lec 10. On Thin Ice: Permafrost and the Carbon Cycle
- ESS 21. Lec 11. On Thin Ice: Sea Ice, Part I.
- ESS 21. Lec 12. On Thin Ice: Sea Ice, Part II.
- ESS 21. Lec 13. On Thin Ice: Implications of Summer Sea-ice Free Arctic
- ESS 21. Lec 14. On Thin Ice: Formation of Glaciers, Ice Caps and Ice Sheets
- ESS 21. Lec 15. On Thin Ice. Glacier Mass Balance
- ESS 21. Lec 16. On Thin Ice: Measuring Glacier Mass Balance and Ice Dynamics
- ESS 21. Lec 17. On Thin Ice: Glacier Dynamics
- ESS 21. Lec 18. On Thin Ice: Surges, Tidewater Glaciers and Ice Shelves
- ESS 21. Lec 19. On Thin Ice: Glacial Landscapes
- ESS 21. Lec 20. On Thin Ice: Climate Records from Ice Sheets/Mountain Glaciers
- ESS 21. Lec 21. On Thin Ice: Ice Age World and Past Impact of Ice on Humans
- ESS 21. Lec 22. On Thin Ice: Melting Glaciers: Glacial Outburst Floods
- ESS 21. Lec 23. On Thin Ice: Melting Glaciers: Future of Water Supplies
- ESS 21. Lec 24. On Thin Ice: Sea Level Change
- ESS 21. Lec 25. On Thin Ice: Measuring Sea Level Change
- ESS 21. Lec 26. On Thin Ice: Consequences of Sea Level Change

**Author/s: **julie.ferguson@uci.edu (Julie Ferguson)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Earth System Science

**Tags: **Earth System Science,climate change,snow,permafrost,crysopshere,sea ice,glaciers,ice sheets

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/ess_21_on_thin_ice__climate_change_and_the_cryosphere.html

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After reviewing tools from probability, statistics, and elementary differential and partial differential equations, concepts such as hedging, arbitrage, Puts, Calls, the design of portfolios, the derivation and solution of the Blac-Scholes, and other equations are discussed.

- Math 176. Lecture 01. Math of Finance
- Math 176. Lecture 02. Math of Finance
- Math 176. Lecture 03. Math of Finance
- Math 176. Lecture 04. Math of Finance
- Math 176. Lecture 05. Math of Finance
- Math 176. Lecture 06. Math of Finance
- Math 176. Lecture 07. Math of Finance
- Math 176. Lecture 08. Math of Finance
- Math 176. Lecture 09. Math of Finance
- Math 176. Lecture 10. Math of Finance
- Math 176. Lecture 11. Math of Finance
- Math 176. Lecture 12. Math of Finance
- Math 176. Lecture 13. Math of Finance
- Math 176. Lecture 14. Math of Finance
- Math 176. Lecture 15. Math of Finance

**Author/s: **dsaari@uci.edu (Donald Saari)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Mathematics

**Tags: **Math,Saari,Finance,probability and statistics,differetial equations,partial differential equations,hedging,arbitrage,Puts and Calls,portfolio design,Blac-Sholes

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/math_176_math_of_finance.html

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Introduces the major concepts and principles of public health and the determinants of health status in communities. Emphasizes the ecological model that focuses on the linkages and relationships among multiple natural and social determinants affecting health. Course may be offered online.

- PubHlth1: Principles of Public Health. Lec. 01. Introduction To The Course
- PubHlth1: Principles of Public Health. Lec. 02
- PubHlth1: Principles of Public Health. Lec. 03
- PubHlth1: Principles of Public Health. Lec. 04
- PubHlth1: Principles of Public Health. Lec. 05
- PubHlth1: Principles of Public Health. Lec. 06
- PubHlth1: Principles of Public Health. Lec. 07
- PubHlth1: Principles of Public Health. Lec. 08
- PubHlth1: Principles of Public Health. Lec. 09
- PubHlth1: Principles of Public Health. Lec. 10
- PubHlth1: Principles of Public Health. Lec. 11
- PubHlth1: Principles of Public Health. Lec. 12
- PubHlth1: Principles of Public Health. Lec. 13
- PubHlth1: Principles of Public Health. Lec. 14
- PubHlth1: Principles of Public Health. Lec. 15
- PubHlth1: Principles of Public Health. Lec. 16

**Author/s: **zbic@uci.edu (Zuzana Bic)

**Category: **Health Sciences ► Public Health

**Tags: **Public Health,Environmental Health,Obesity,Physical Health,Air Pollution,Solid Wastes,Body Mass Index,Epidemiology,Chronic Diseases,Bacterial Threats,U.S. Medical Care

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/pubhlth1_principles_of_public_health.html

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This Pre-Calculus course is designed to prepare students for a calculus course. This course is taught so that students will acquire a solid foundation in algebra and trigonometry. The course concentrates on the various functions that are important to the study of the calculus.

- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Algebra and Geometry Review
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Absolute Value Equations
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Absolute Value Inequalities
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Adding and Subtracting Polynomials
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Algebraic Symbol Manipulation
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Area and Perimeter Word Problems
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Simplifying Fractions
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Compound Inequalities
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Complex Numbers and Radicals
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Solving a Quadratic Equation - Completing the Square
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Discriminant
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Dividing Rational Expressions
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Distance-Rate-Time
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Factoring by Grouping
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Factoring a Quadratic Expression
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Properties of Integer Exponents
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Linear Inequality Word Problems
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Linear Word Problems
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Mixture Problems Using Linear Equations
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Multiplication of Binomials
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Multiple Operations with Complex Numbers
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Multiple Operations with Polynomials
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Multiplication of Polynomials
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Multiplying Rational Expressions
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Multiplication Involving Square Roots
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Adding and Subtracting Complex Numbers
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Multiplying Complex Numbers
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Dividing Complex Numbers
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Percentage Word Problems
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Properties of Real Numbers
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Quadratic Formula
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Quadratic Equation Word Problems
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Rationalizing a Denominator
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Rational Exponents
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Scientific Notation
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: The Set of Real Numbers
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Simplifying Powers of i
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Simplified Radical Form
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Simplifying a Ratio of Polynomials
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Solving an Equation Quadratic in Form
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Solving Linear Equations
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Solving a Linear Inequality
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Solving a Quadratic Equation, Part 1
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Square Root Property
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Solving Equations Involving Radicals
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Inequalities Involving Radicals
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Solving Rational Equations, Part 1
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Solving Rational Equations, Part 2
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Special Factoring Formulas
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Square Root Addition and Subtraction

- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Intro to Functions and Graphs
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Circle Equations
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Composition of Functions, Part 1
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Composition of Functions, Part 2
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Composition of Functions, Part 3
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Difference Quotient
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Distance in the Plane
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Domain
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Domain and Intercepts
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Finding the Domain and Range from a Graph
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Equations of Quadratic Functions
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Evaluating Functions
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Piecewise-Defined Functions
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Finding the Inverse of a Function
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Functions and the Vertical Line Test
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Graphing a Line
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Graphing a Parabola, Part 1
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Graphing a Parabola, Part 2
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Graph Transformations, Part 1
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Graph Transformations, Part 2
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Increasing/Decreasing/Constant
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Inverse Functions
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Equations of Lines
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Maximum/Minimum Quadratic Function Word Problems
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Midpoint
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Odd and Even Functions
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Plotting Points in the Rectangular Coordinate System
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Quadratic Inequalities
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Relation Versus Functions
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: The Slope of a Line
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Finding the Slope of a Line Given Its Equation
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Converting a Quadratic Function from Standard to Vertex Form
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Sum, Difference, Product, and Quotient of Two Functions
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Verifying Inverse Functions

- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Intro to Polynomial and Rational Functions
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Conjugate Zeros Theorem
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Factor Theorem
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Graphing a Rational Function
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Graphing a Rational Function with Holes
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Graphing a Rational Function with a Slant Asymptote
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Graphs of Polynomial Functions
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Polynomial Inequalities
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Polynomial Long Division
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Properties of Polynomials
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Vertical Asymptotes of a Rational Function
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Rational Inequalities
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Rational Zeros Theorem
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Remainder Theorem
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Synthetic Division
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Finding Zeros of a Polynomial, Part 1
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Finding Zeros of a Polynomial, Part 2

- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Intro to Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Change of Base Formula for Logarithms
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Converting Between Logarithmic and Exponential Equations
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Evaluating Logarithmic Expressions
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Exponential Graphs
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Logarithmic Graphs
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Properties of Logarithms
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Solving Exponential Equations
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Solving Logarithmic Equations

- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Intro to Trigonometry
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Coterminal Angles
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Converting Between Degrees-Minutes-Seconds and Degrees
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Converting Between Degrees and Radians
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Half-Angle Identities, Part 1
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Half-Angle Identities, Part 2
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Compositions Involving Inverse Trigonometric Functions, Part 1
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Compositions Involving Inverse Trigonometric Functions, Part 2
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Inverse Trigonometric Values
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Law of Cosines Word Problem
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Law of Sines and Cosines - ASA Case
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Law of Sines and Cosines - SAS Case
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Law of Sines and Cosines - SSA Case
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Law of Sines and Cosines - SSS Case
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Law of Sines Word Problem
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Reference Angles
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Right Triangle Trigonometry
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Right Triangle Word Problems
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Sketching an Angle in Standard Position
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Solving Trigonometric Equations, Part 1
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Solving Trigonometric Equations, Part 2
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Solving Trigonometric Equations, Part 3
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Sum and Difference Identities, Part 1
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Sum and Difference Identities, Part 2
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Sum and Difference Identities, Part 3
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Solving Trigonometric Equations Quadratic in Form
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Trigonometric Values Given Information About the Angle, Part 1
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Trigonometric Values Given Information About the Angle, Part 2
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Trigonometric Values of Special Angles
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Trigonometric Values Given a Point on the Unit Circle
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Verifying Trigonometric Identities
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Verifying Trigonometric Identities - Double Angle Formulas
- Math 1A/1B. Pre-Calculus: Verifying Trigonometric Identities - Sum & Difference Formulas

**Author/s: **rlehman@uci.edu (Rachel Lehman) , sarah.eichhorn@unx.uci.edu (Sarah Eichhorn)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Mathematics

**Tags: **calculus,algebra,trigonometry,functions,graphs,polynomials,rational functions,exponentials,logarithms,oer

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/math_1a1b_precalculus.html

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Please click on the green button to begin course and login as "guest." Have you ever wondered if Superman could really fly? What was Spiderman's spidey sense? How did Wonder Woman's invisible jet work? What does it really mean for something to be a scientific "fact"? Explore how science works and what constitutes "good" science through case studies drawn from a wide spectrum of people's experience, for example superheros, movies, and real world issues such as global warming. The case studies will provide the change to act as science critics as the students develop a better appreciation for science and the scientific method.

**Author/s: **mdennin@uci.edu (Michael Dennin)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Physics & Astronomy

**Tags: **global warming,scientific method,case studies,science of superheroes,classical mechanics,physics

**See more at: **http://learn.uci.edu/course/view.php?id=1647

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This course is designed to help students understand the aspects of linguistic principles and processes that underlie oral and written language proficiency, and how this knowledge is relevant K-12 instruction. Emphasis is on a thorough, research-based understanding of phonology, morphology, orthography, semantics, syntax, and pragmatics. Students learn ways to use this information to support literacy and oral language development for elementary and secondary school students. Issues of linguistic diversity and second language learning are addressed.

- Educ 151. Lec 01. Language and Literacy: Understanding Language, Literacy, and Thought, Part I
- Educ 151. Lec 02. Language and Literacy: Understanding Language, Literacy, and Thought, Part II
- Educ 151. Lec 03. Language and Literacy: Understanding English Phonetics
- Educ 151. Lec 04. Language and Literacy: Understanding English Phonology
- Educ 151. Lec 05. Language and Literacy: Understanding English Morphology, Part I
- Educ 151. Lec 06. Language and Literacy: Understanding English Morphology, Part II
- Educ 151. Lec 07. Language and Literacy: Understanding English Orthography, Part I
- Educ 151. Lec 08. Language and Literacy: Understanding English Orthography, Part II
- Educ 151. Lec 09. Language and Literacy: Understanding Semantics, Part I
- Educ 151. Lec 10. Language and Literacy: Understanding Semantics, Part II
- Educ 151. Lec 11. Language and Literacy: Understanding Syntax, Part I
- Educ 151. Lec 12. Language and Literacy: Understanding Syntax, Part II
- Educ 151. Lec 13. Language and Literacy: Understanding Spoken Discourse and Stylistics
- Educ 151. Lec 15. Language and Literacy: Understanding Language Variation and American Dialects
- Educ 151. Lec 16. Language and Literacy: Applying Linguistic Theory to Practice, Part I
- Educ 151. Lec 17. Language and Literacy: Applying Linguistic Theory to Practice, Part II

**Author/s: **pennyc@uci.edu (Penelope Collins)

**Category: **Education

**Tags: **Education 151,Language,Linguistics,Literacy

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/education_151_language_and_literacy.html

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These videos are part of a 23-lecture graduate-level course titled "Organic Reaction Mechanisms II" taught at UC Irvine by Professor David Van Vranken. Topics include more in-depth treatment of mechanistic concepts, kinetics, conformational analysis, computational methods, stereoelectronics, and both solution and enzymatic catalysis.

- Chemistry 202. Lecture 01. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: Introduction
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 02. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: Review of Orbitals
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 03. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: The Shape of Frontier Molecular Orbitals
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 04. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: Nucleophilic Sigma Bonds
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 05. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: Nucleophilic Sigma Bonds, Part 2
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 06. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: The Organic Chemistry of Phosphorus
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 07. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: Phosphorus Chemistry
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 08. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: The Organic Chemistry of Sulfur
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 09. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: Pericyclic Reaction
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 10. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: Pericyclic Reactions, Part 2
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 11. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: Cycloadditon
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 12. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: Ene Reactions
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 13. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: Electrocyclic Reactions
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 14. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: Sigmatropic Rearrangements
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 15. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: Sigmatropic Rearrangements, Part 2
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 16. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: Kinetics and Rate Equations
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 17. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: Kinetics and Rate Equations, Part 2
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 18. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: Thermodynamic vs Kinetic Control
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 19. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: Selectivity & Transition State Theory
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 20. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: Transition State Theory, Temp, & Half-Lives
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 21. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: Kinetic Isotope Effects
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 22. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: Radical Structure & Reactivity
- Chemistry 202. Lecture 23. Organic Reaction Mechanisms II: Radical Reactions

**Author/s: **dlvanvra@uci.edu (David Van Vranken)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Chemistry

**Tags: **chemistry,openchem,vanvranken,Organic Reactions Mechanisms,Orbital,Kinetics,Organic Chemistry

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/chem_202_organic_reaction_mechanisms_ii.html

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This course is designed to provide new teachers or people interested in becoming teachers with some inspiration for the profession. It is not meant to be an indepth, comprehensive analysis of TEFL but rather an introduction to a few fundamental areas of teaching English. This course will cover 4 topics: Theories of Language Acquisition, Teaching Pronunciation, Teaching Grammar, and Teaching Young Learners.

**Author/s: ** (Various Authors)

**Category: **International Programs - ESL and TEFL ► University Extension

**Tags: **Teaching English as a Foreign Language,TEFL,teaching English,teaching grammar,language acquistion,factors of learning,Teaching pronounciation,verb tenses,Multiple Intelligence theory

**See more at: **http://learn.uci.edu/course/view.php?id=12362

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This course will show you how to apply simple physics models to the motion of objects. UCI Physics 7C covers the following topics: force, energy, momentum, rotation, and gravity.

- Physics 7C. Lec. 01. Classical Physics.
- Physics 7C. Lec. 02. Classical Physics.
- Physics 7C. Lec. 03. Classical Physics.
- Physics 7C. Lec. 04. Classical Physics.
- Physics 7C. Lec. 05. Classical Physics.
- Physics 7C. Lec. 06. Classical Physics.
- Physics 7C. Lec. 07. Classical Physics.
- Physics 7C. Lec. 08. Classical Physics.
- Physics 7C. Lec. 09. Classical Physics.
- Physics 7C. Lec. 10. Classical Physics.
- Physics 7C. Lec. 11. Classical Physics.
- Physics 7C. Lec. 12. Classical Physics.
- Physics 7C. Lec. 13. Classical Physics
- Physics 7C. Lec. 14. Classical Physics.
- Physics 7C. Lec. 15. Classical Physics.
- Physics 7C. Lec. 16. Classical Physics.
- Physics 7C. Lec. 17. Classical Physics.

**Author/s: **daniel@uci.edu (Daniel Whiteson)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Physics & Astronomy

**Tags: **Physics,Classical Physics,kinetic energy,potential energy,momentum,gravity,forces,Earth Gravitation,torque,center of mass

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/physics_7c_classical_physics.html

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Antibodies, antigens, antigen-antibody reactions, cells and tissues of lymphoreticular and hematopoietic systems, and individual and collective components of cell-mediated and humoral immune response.

- BioSci M121. Lec 01. Immunology with Hematology: Course Introduction
- BioSci M121. Lec 02. Immunology with Hematology: The Immune System & Host Defense
- BioSci M121. Lec 03. Immunology with Hematology: Innate Immunity
- BioSci M121. Lec 04. Immunology with Hematology: Innate Immunity
- BioSci M121. Lec 05. Immunology with Hematology: Principles of Adaptive Immunity
- BioSci M121. Lec 06. Immunology with Hematology: Antibody Structure & B-Cells
- BioSci M121. Lec 07. Immunology with Hematology: Antibody Structure & B-Cells
- BioSci M121. Lec 08. Immunology with Hematology: Function of Antibodies
- BioSci M121. Lec 09. Immunology with Hematology: Antibody Function and B Cell Development
- BioSci M121. Lec 10. Immunology with Hematology: B Cell Development
- BioSci M121. Lec 11. Immunology with Hematology: Antigen Recognition by T cells
- BioSci M121. Lec 12. Immunology with Hematology: Antigen Processing & MHC Genetics
- BioSci M121. Lec 13. Immunology with Hematology: Development of T lymphocytes
- BioSci M121. Lec 14. Immunology with Hematology: Development of T lymphocytes
- BioSci M121. Lec 15. Immunology with Hematology: Immunity by B Cells & Antibodies
- BioSci M121. Lec 16. Immunology with Hematology: T Cell-Mediated Immunity
- BioSci M121. Lec 17. Immunology with Hematology: T Cell-Mediated Immunity
- BioSci M121. Lec 18. Immunology with Hematology: Bodily Defense Against Infection
- BioSci M121. Lec 19. Immunology with Hematology: Bodily Defense Against Infection
- BioSci M121. Lec 20. Immunology with Hematology: Failures of the Body's Defenses
- BioSci M121. Lec 21. Immunology with Hematology: Failures of the Body's Defenses
- BioSci M121. Lec 22. Immunology with Hematology: Immune System Over-Reactions.
- BioSci M121. Lec 23. Immunology with Hematology: Immune System Over-Reactions.
- BioSci M121. Lec 24. Immunology with Hematology: Autoimmune Diseases
- BioSci M121. Lec 25. Immunology with Hematology: Autoimmune Diseases - Vaccines
- BioSci M121. Lec 26. Immunology with Hematology: Transplantation and Alloimmunity
- BioSci M121. Lec 27. Immunology with Hematology: Final Review Session

**Author/s: **cwalsh@uci.edu (Craig Walsh) , dfruman@uci.edu (David Fruman)

**Category: **Biological Sciences

**Tags: **biology,immunology,hematology,antibodies,antigens,antigen,immune response

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/biosci_m121_immunology_with_hematology.html

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This course provides an introduction to quantum mechanics and principles of quantum chemistry with applications to nuclear motions and the electronic structure of the hydrogen atom. It also examines the Schrödinger equation and study how it describes the behavior of very light particles, the quantum description of rotating and vibrating molecules is compared to the classical description, and the quantum description of the electronic structure of atoms is studied.

- Chem 131A. Lec 01. Quantum Principles: Introduction
- Chem 131A. Lec 02. Quantum Principles: Particles, Waves, the Uncertainty Principle and Postulates of QM
- Chem 131A. Lec 03. Quantum Principles: More Postulates, Superposition, Operators and Measurement
- Chem 131A. Lec 04. Quantum Principles: Complementarity, Quantum Encryption, Schrodinger Equation
- Chem 131A. Lec 05. Quantum Principles: Model 1D Quantum Systems - "The Particle In a Box"
- Chem 131A. Lec 06. Quantum Principles: Quantum Mechanical Tunneling
- Chem 131A. Lec 07. Quantum Principles: Tunneling Microscopy and Vibrations
- Chem 131A. Lec 08. Quantum Principles: More on Vibrations and Approximation Techniques
- Chem 131A. Lec 09. Quantum Principles: Potentials + Quantization in Two Spatial Dimensions
- Chem 131A. Lec 10. Quantum Principles: Particles on Rings and Spheres... A Prelude to Atoms
- Chem 131A. Lec 11. Quantum Principles: Particle on a Sphere, Angular Momentum
- Chem 131A. Lec 12. Quantum Principles: Spin, The Vector Model and Hydrogen Atoms
- Chem 131A. Lec 13. Quantum Principles: Hydrogen Atoms: Radial Functions & Solutions
- Chem 131A. Lec 14. Quantum Principles: Atomic Spectroscopy Selection Rules, Coupling, and Terms
- Chem 131A. Lec 15. Quantum Principles: Hydrogen Wavefunctions, Quantum Numbers, Term Symbols
- Chem 131A. Lec 16. Quantum Principles: Energy Level Diagrams, Spin-Orbit Coupling, Pauli Principle
- Chem 131A. Lec 17. Quantum Principles: Approximation Methods: Variational Principle, Atomic Units
- Chem 131A. Lec 18. Quantum Principles: The Hydride Ion (Continued): Two-Electron Systems
- Chem 131A. Lec 19. Quantum Principles: The Hydride Ion (Try #3!) The Orbital Philosophy
- Chem 131A. Lec 20. Quantum Principles: Hartree-Fock Calculations, Spin, and Slater Determinants
- Chem 131A. Lec 21. Quantum Principles: Bigger Atoms, Hund's Rules and the Aufbau Principle
- Chem 131A. Lec 22. Quantum Principles: The Born-Oppenheimer Approximation and H2+
- Chem 131A. Lec 23. Quantum Principles: LCAO-MO Approximation Applied to H2+
- Chem 131A. Lec 24. Quantum Principles: Molecular Orbital: The Virial Theorem in Action
- Chem 131A. Lec 25. Quantum Principles: Optimizing H2+ Molecular Orbital, H2, & Config Interaction
- Chem 131A. Lec 26. Quantum Principles: Qualitative MO Theory
- Chem 131A. Lec 27. Quantum Principles: CH4 Molecular Orbitals and Delocalized Bonding
- Chem 131A. Lec 28. Quantum Principles: What We've Covered: Course Summary

**Author/s: **ajshaka@uci.edu (A.J. Shaka)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Chemistry

**Tags: **Nuclear Motions,Electronic Structure,Hydrogen Atom,Quantum Chemistry,Schrodinger equation,postulates,Hydrogen Wave functions,Molecular Orbital Theory,rotating molecules,vibrating molecules

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/chem_131a_quantum_principles.html

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This class is the third and last of the Physics 3 series. In this class, primarily the course will focus on waves, however, the concepts of force and energy will continue to be important. This course will cover the following topics: Waves and sound; optics; quantum ideas; atomic and nuclear physics; relativity.

- Physics 3C. Lec 01. Basic Physics III
- Physics 3C. Lec 02. Basic Physics III
- Physics 3C. Lec 03. Basic Physics III
- Physics 3C. Lec 04. Basic Physics III
- Physics 3C. Lec 05. Basic Physics III
- Physics 3C. Lec 06. Basic Physics III
- Physics 3C. Lec 07. Basic Physics III
- Physics 3C. Lec 08. Basic Physics III
- Physics 3C. Lec 09. Basic Physics III
- Physics 3C. Lec 10. Basic Physics III
- Physics 3C. Lec 11. Basic Physics III
- Physics 3C. Lec 12. Basic Physics III
- Physics 3C. Lec 13. Basic Physics III
- Physics 3C. Lec 14. Basic Physics III
- Physics 3C. Lec 15. Basic Physics III
- Physics 3C. Lec 16. Basic Physics III
- Physics 3C. Lec 17. Basic Physics III
- Physics 3C. Lec 18. Basic Physics III
- Physics 3C. Lec. 19. Basic Physics III.
- Physics 3C. Lec. 20. Basic Physics III.
- Physics 3C. Lec. 21. Basic Physics III
- Physics 3C. Lec. 22. Basic Physics III.
- Physics 3C. Lec. 23. Basic Physics III.
- Physics 3C. Lec. 24. Basic Physics III.
- Physics 3C. Lec. 25. Basic Physics III.
- Physics 3C. Lec. 26. Basic Physics III.
- Physics 3C. Lec. 27. Basic Physics III

**Author/s: **msmy@uci.edu (Michael Smy)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Physics & Astronomy

**Tags: **basic physics,waves,force,energy,optics,quantum ideas,atomic physics,nuclear physics,relativity

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/physics_3c_basic_physics_iii.html

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This course covers: Fundamental concepts; fluid statics; fluid dynamics; Bernoulli's equation; control-volume analysis; basic flow equations of conservation of mass, momentum, and energy; differential analysis; potential flow; viscous incompressible flow.

- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 01. Intro to Fluid Mechanics.
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 02. Intro to Fluid Mechanics.
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 03. Intro to Fluid Mechanics.
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 04. Intro to Fluid Mechanics.
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 05. Intro to Fluid Mechanics.
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 06. Intro to Fluid Mechanics.
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 07. Intro to Fluid Mechanics.
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 08. Intro to Fluid Mechanics.
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 09. Intro to Fluid Mechanics.
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 10. Intro to Fluid Mechanics.
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 11. Intro to Fluid Mechanics.
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 12. Intro to Fluid Mechanics.
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 13. Intro to Fluid Mechanics.
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 14. Intro to Fluid Mechanics.
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 15. Intro to Fluid Mechanics.
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 16. Intro to Fluid Mechanics.
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 17. Intro to Fluid Mechanics.
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 18. Intro to Fluid Mechanics
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 19. Intro to Fluid Mechanics.
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 20. Intro to Fluid Mechanics
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 21. Intro to Fluid Mechanics.
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 22. Intro to Fluid Mechanics.
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 23. Intro to Fluid Mechanics
- Engineering MAE 130A. Lecture 24. Intro to Fluid Mechanics

**Author/s: **rhrangel@uci.edu (Roger Rangel)

**Category: **Engineering ► Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

**Tags: **engineering mae 130a,engineering,mechanical and aerospace,mechanical,aerospace,fluid mechanics,fluid statistics,fluid dynamics,Bernoulli's equation,conservation of mass,momentum,potential flow,viscous

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/engineering_mae_130a_intro_to_fluid_mechanics.html

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Math 2B is the second quarter of Single-Variable Calculus and covers the following topics: Definite integrals; the fundamental theorem of calculus. Applications of integration including finding areas and volumes. Techniques of integration. Infinite sequences and series. Parametric and polar equations.

- Math 2B. Lec. 01. Calculus: Course Introduction & Antiderivative
- Math 2B. Lec. 03. Calculus: Definite Integral
- Math 2B. Lec. 04. Calculus: The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
- Math 2B. Lec. 05. Calculus: Indefinite Integral & The Net Change Theorem
- Math 2B. Lec. 06. Calculus: The Substitution Rule
- Math 2B. Lec. 07. Calculus: Areas Between Curves
- Math 2B. Lec. 08. Calculus: Calculating The Volume of Solids
- Math 2B. Lec. 09. Calculus: Mid-Term Review
- Math 2B. Lec. 10. Calculus: Integration by Parts
- Math 2B. Lec. 11. Calculus: Trigonometric Integrals
- Math 2B. Lec. 12. Calculus: Trigonometric Substitution
- Math 2B. Lec. 13. Calculus: Integration by Partial Fractions
- Math 2B. Lec. 14. Calculus: Strategy for Integration
- Math 2B. Lec. 15. Calculus: Indeterminate Forms and L'Hospital Rule
- Math 2B. Lec. 16. Calculus: Improper Integrals
- Math 2B. Lec. 17. Calculus: Arc Length, Review Integration Techniques
- Math 2B. Lec. 18. Calculus: Mid-Term II Review
- Math 2B. Lec. 19. Calculus: Sequences
- Math 2B. Lec. 20. Calculus: Series
- Math 2B. Lec. 21. Calculus: Integral Test and Estimates of Sums
- Math 2B. Lec. 22. Calculus: The Comparison Test
- Math 2B. Lec. 23. Calculus: The Comparison Test/ Alternating Series Test, Part II
- Math 2B. Lec. 24. Calculus: Strategies for Testing Series
- Math 2B. Lec. 25. Calculus: Power Series
- Math 2B. Lec. 26. Calculus: Representing Functions as Power Series
- Math 2B. Lec. 27. Calculus: Taylor Series and Maclaurin Series
- Math 2B. Lec. 28. Calculus: Final Review

**Author/s: **komarova@uci.edu (Natalia Komarova)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Mathematics

**Tags: **mathematics,calculus,definite integrals,indefinite integrals,substitution rule,integration strategies,L'Hospital Rule,sequences and series,Power series,Taylor series,comparison test,Maclaurin series

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/math_2b_calculus.html

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We will discuss sciences and societal consequences of air pollution problems such as

- Photochemical smog
- Atmospheric particle pollution
- Indoor pollution
- Acid rain
- And human triggered climate change.

- ESS 23. Lec 01. Air Pollution and Global Environments: Logistics/Definition of Air Pollution
- ESS 23. Lec 02. Air Pollution and Global Environments: Air Composition-Before Human Interferences
- ESS 23. Lec 03. Air Pollution and Global Environments: Understanding of Temperature and Pressure
- ESS 23. Lec 04. Air Pollution and Global Environments: Steam Engine vs Internal Combustion Engines
- ESS 23. Lec 05. Air Pollution and Global Environments: Photochemical Ozone Part I
- ESS 23. Lec 06. Air Pollution and Global Environments: Photochemical Ozone Part II
- ESS 23. Lec 07. Air Pollution and Global Environments: Atmospheric Particles - Regional and Global Scale
- ESS 23. Lec 08. Air Pollution and Global Environments: Dynamic Atmosphere, Part 1
- ESS 23. Lec 09. Air Pollution and Global Environments: Review
- ESS 23. Lec 10. Air Pollution and Global Environments: Dynamic Atmosphere, Part II
- ESS 23. Lec 11. Air Pollution and Global Environments: Interactions between Sun, Light, and Atmosphere
- ESS 23. Lec 12. Air Pollution and Global Environment: Indoor Air Pollution and Acid Rain
- ESS 23. Lec 13. Air Pollution and Global Environments: Ozone Chemistry
- ESS 23. Lec 14. Air Pollution and Global Environments: Stratospheric Ozone Depletion, Part I
- ESS 23. Lec 15. Air Pollution and Global Environments: Stratospheric Ozone Depletion, Part II
- ESS 23. Lec 16. Air Pollution and Global Environments: Air Pollution and Global Climate, Part I.
- ESS 23. Lec 17. Air Pollution and Global Environments: Air Pollution and Global Climate, Part II.
- ESS 23. Lec 18. Air Pollution and Global Environments: Air Pollution and Global Climate, Part III.
- ESS 23. Lec 19. Air Pollution and Global Environments. Lecture 19. Final Review

**Author/s: **saewungk@uci.edu (Saewung Kim)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Earth System Science

**Tags: **earth systems science,air pollution,pollution,photochemical smog,atmospheric particle pollution,indoor pollution,acid rain,climate change,global environments

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/ess_23_air_pollution_and_global_environments.html

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This course introduces Earth System Science, which, at its core, involves viewing Earth’s environment in a holistic fashion. Topics covered in the course include: the origin and evolution of the Earth, its atmosphere, and oceans, from the perspective of biogeochemical cycles, energy use, and human impacts on the Earth system.

- ESS 1. Lec. 01. Intro to ESS: Introduction and the Scientific Method
- ESS 1. Lec. 02. Intro to ESS: Systems and Feedbacks
- ESS 1. Lec. 03. Intro to ESS: Our Solar System and Universe
- ESS 1. Lec. 04. Intro to ESS: What Control's Our Planet's Temperature?
- ESS 1. Lec. 05. Intro to ESS: Plate Tectonics
- ESS 1. Lec. 06. Intro to ESS: Plate Boundaries
- ESS 1. Lec. 07. Intro to ESS: Earthquakes
- ESS 1. Lec. 08. Intro to ESS: Volcanoes
- ESS 1. Lec. 09. Intro to ESS: The Rock Cycle and the Geological Timescale
- ESS 1. Lec. 10. Intro to ESS: Atmosphere Formation and Evolution
- ESS 1. Lec. 11. Intro to ESS: Water Vapor and Clouds
- ESS 1. Lec. 12. Intro to ESS: Winds and Extreme Weather
- ESS 1. Lec. 13. Intro to ESS: Global Circulation Patterns
- ESS 1. Lec. 14. Intro to ESS: Freshwater, Part I
- ESS 1. Lec. 15. Intro to ESS: Freshwater, Part II
- ESS 1. Lec. 16. Intro to ESS: Cryosphere
- ESS 1. Lec. 17. Intro to ESS: Oceans, Part I
- ESS 1. Lec. 18. Intro to ESS: Oceans, Part II
- ESS 1. Lec. 19. Intro to ESS. The Biosphere, Part I.
- ESS 1. Lec. 20. Intro to ESS: The Biosphere, Part II.
- ESS 1. Lec. 21. Intro to ESS: History of Life on Earth (and Mass Extinctions)
- ESS 1. Lec. 22. Intro to ESS: Biogeochemical Cycles
- ESS 1. Lec. 23. Intro to ESS: Human Population and Resource Demands
- ESS 1. Lec. 24. Intro to ESS: Human Impacts on the Earth System
- ESS 1. Lec. 25. Intro to ESS: The Climate System and Past Climates
- ESS 1. Lec. 26. Intro to ESS: Why Climate Changes
- ESS 1. Lec. 27. Intro to ESS: Future Climate Change

**Author/s: **julie.ferguson@uci.edu (Julie Ferguson)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Earth System Science

**Tags: **earth system science,evolution,earth,oceans,biogeochemical cycles,energy use,Human Impacts on Earth,atmosphere

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/ess_1_introduction_to_earth_system_science.html

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In this course, students will learn basic linear algebra necessary to understand the operations regarding derivatives of functions with more than one variable to investigate maximum and minimum values of those functions with economics applications in mind. Students will also see how to solve linear systems and then how to turn them into problems involving matrices, then learn some of the important properties of matrices. This course will focus on topics in linear algebra and multivariable differential calculus suitable for economic applications. Recorded Summer 2013.

- Math 4. Lec 01. Math for Economists: Introduction to the Course
- Math 4. Lec 02. Math for Economists
- Math 4. Lec 03. Math for Economists
- Math 4. Lec 04. Math for Economists
- Math 4. Lec 05. Math for Economists
- Math 4. Lec 06. Math for Economists
- Math 4. Lec 07. Math for Economists
- Math 4. Lec 08. Math for Economists
- Math 4. Lec 09. Math for Economists
- Math 4. Lec 10. Math for Economists
- Math 4. Lec 11. Math for Economists
- Math 4. Lec 12. Math for Economists
- Math 4. Lec 13. Math for Economists
- Math 4. Lec 14. Math for Economists
- Math 4. Lec 15. Math for Economists

**Author/s: ** (Jason Kronewetter)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Mathematics

**Tags: **math for economists,math 4,linear algebra,economic applications,matrices,multivariable differential calculus,maximum and minimum values

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/math_4_math_for_economists.html

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This is an open course in adverb clauses of English grammar. It starts with a lesson on the basics of adverbs and then moves to a lesson on the basics of clauses. Then we put those things together and learn about adverb clauses. Finally, we learn how to reduce an adverb clause to make an adverb phrase. If you already understand adverbs and clauses, you can skip those topics, but they also may be useful to review before starting the more difficult material. When you begin this course and enter the "UCI Learn" page, click on "log in as guest."

**Author/s: ** (Tamy Chapman)

**Category: **International Programs - ESL and TEFL ► University Extension

**Tags: **adverbs,adverb clauses,English grammar,clauses,English practice

**See more at: **http://learn.uci.edu/course/view.php?id=13733

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UCI Math 2A is the first quarter in Single-Variable Calculus and covers the following topics: Introduction to derivatives, calculation of derivatives of algebraic and trigonometric functions; applications including curve sketching, related rates, and optimization. Exponential and logarithm functions.

- Math 2A. Lec. 01. Calculus: Functions
- Math 2A. Lec. 02. Calculus: Functions and Transformations
- Math 2A. Lec. 03. Calculus: Functions and Slopes
- Math 2A. Lec. 04. Calculus: Inverse Functions
- Math 2A. Lec. 05. Calculus: Tangents, Slopes, and Limits
- Math 2A. Lec. 06. Calculus: Calculating Limits
- Math 2A. Lec. 07. Calculus: Continuity
- Math 2A. Lec. 08. Calculus: Intermediate Value Theorem, Limits of Infinity
- Math 2A. Lec. 09. Calculus: Derivatives
- Math 2A. Lec. 10. Calculus: Derivatives, Part II
- Math 2A. Lec. 11. Calculus: Midterm Review
- Math 2A. Lec. 12. Calculus: Calculating Derivatives
- Math 2A. Lec. 13. Calculus: Trigonometric Derivatives
- Math 2A. Lec. 14. Calculus: Chain Rule
- Math 2A. Lec. 15. Calculus: Implicit Differentiation
- Math 2A. Lec. 16. Calculus: Section 3.6
- Math 2A. Lec. 17. Calculus. Exponential Growth
- Math 2A. Lec. 18. Calculus: Related Rates
- Math 2A. Lec. 19. Calculus: Compound Interest
- Math 2A. Lec. 20. Calculus: Max/Min
- Math 2A. Lec. 21. Calculus: Mean Value Theorem
- Math 2A. Lec. 22. Calculus: Review
- Math 2A. Lec. 23. Calculus: L'Hospital's Rule
- Math 2A. Lec. 24. Calculus: Curve Sketching
- Math 2A. Lec. 25. Calculus: Optimization
- Math 2A. Lec. 26. Calculus: Antiderivatives.
- Math 2A. Lec. 27. Calculus: Final Exam Review

**Author/s: **enciso@uci.edu (German Andres Enciso Ruiz)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Mathematics

**Tags: **calculus,single-variable,functions,inverse functions,derivatives,chain rule,compound interest,Mean Value Theorem,L'Hospital's Rule,antiderivatives,limits of infinity

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/math_2a_calculus_i.html

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Training materials for online instructors, including instructions on using Moodle. (Click "** Start Course**" then "

**Author/s: **amanda.cushman@unx.uci.edu (Amanda Cushman)

**Category: **Distance Learning Center ► University Extension

**Tags: **online instructor,pedagogy,moodle,online education,online course planning,course content creation,organize gradebooks

**See more at: **http://learn.uci.edu/course/view.php?id=12767

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This course introduces thermodynamic principles; open and closed systems representative of engineering problems; and first and second law of thermodynamics with applications to engineering systems and design. Topics include: thermodynamic concepts, thermodynamic properties, the first law of thermodynamics, first law analysis for a control volume, the second law of thermodynamics, entropy, and second law analysis for a control volume.

- Engineering MAE 91. Intro to Thermodynamics. Lecture 01.
- Engineering MAE 91. Intro to Thermodynamics. Lecture 02.
- Engineering MAE 91. Intro to Thermodynamics. Lecture 03.
- Engineering MAE 91. Intro to Thermodynamics. Lecture 04.
- Engineering MAE 91. Intro to Thermodynamics. Lecture 05.
- Engineering MAE 91. Intro to Thermodynamics. Lecture 06.
- Engineering MAE 91. Intro to Thermodynamics. Lecture 07.
- Engineering MAE 91. Intro to Thermodynamics. Lecture 08.
- Engineering MAE 91. Intro to Thermodynamics. Lecture 09.
- Engineering MAE 91. Intro to Thermodynamics. Lecture 10.
- Engineering MAE 91. Intro to Thermodynamics. Lecture 11.
- Engineering MAE 91. Intro to Thermodynamics. Lecture 12.
- Engineering MAE 91. Intro to Thermodynamics. Lecture 13.
- Engineering MAE 91. Intro to Thermodynamics. Lecture 14.
- Engineering MAE 91. Intro to Thermodynamics. Lecture 15.
- Engineering MAE 91. Intro to Thermodynamics. Lecture 16.
- Engineering MAE 91. Intro to Thermodynamics. Lecture 17.

**Author/s: **rhrangel@uci.edu (Roger Rangel)

**Category: **Engineering ► Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

**Tags: **Thermodynamics,Ideal Gas,Control Volume,Reversible and Irreversible processes,entropy,Ideal Power Cycles,flow processes,First Law,Second Law,control mass,pure substance

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/mae_91_introduction_to_thermodynamics.html

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Introduction to computer programming within a numerical computing environment (MATLAB or similar) including types of data representation, graphical display of data, and development of modular programs with application to engineering analysis and problem solving.

- Engineering CEE 20. Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 1. Introduction to MATLAB
- Engineering CEE 20. Lecture 2. Introduction to MATLAB. Part II
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 3
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 4
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 5
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 6
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 7
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 8
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 9
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 10
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 11
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 12
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 13
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 14
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 15
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 16
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 17
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 18
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 19
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 20
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 21
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 22
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 23
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 24
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 25
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 26
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving. Lecture 27, Part I.
- Engineering CEE 20: Engineering Problem Solving: Final Project Explanation

**Author/s: **jasper@uci.edu (Jasper Vrugt)

**Category: **Engineering ► Civil & Environmental Engineering

**Tags: **Engineering,Computer engineering,computer programming,MATLAB,data visualization,modular programs,Civil and Environmental Engineering,GNU Octave

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/cee_20_introduction_to_computational_engineering_problem_solving.html

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Patterns of diversity, ecology, and evolutionary biology. Emphasis is on the Tree of Life and how its members are distributed and interact.

Partial Course.

- BioSci 94. Lec 01. Organisms to Ecosystems: Introduction, Diversity of Life Part 1.
- BioSci 94. Lec 02. Organisms to Ecosystems: Diversity of Life Part 2
- BioSci 94. Lec 03. Organisms to Ecosystems
- BioSci 94. Lec 04. Organisms to Ecosystems
- BioSci 94. Lec 05. Organisms to Ecosystems
- BioSci 94. Lec 06. Organisms to Ecosystems
- BioSci 94. Lec 07. Organisms to Ecosystems
- BioSci 94. Lec 08. Organisms to Ecosystems
- BioSci 94. Lec 09. Organisms to Ecosystems
- BioSci 94. Lec 10. Organisms to Ecosystems
- BioSci 94. Lec 11. Organisms to Ecosystems
- BioSci 94. Lec 12. Organisms to Ecosystems: Plant Diversity
- BioSci 94. Lec 13. Organisms to Ecosystems: Fungi
- BioSci 94. Lec 14. Organisms to Ecosystems: Insects

**Author/s: **mclegg@uci.edu (Michael Clegg)

**Category: **Biological Sciences ► Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

**Tags: **Biology,Organisms,ecosystems,patterns of diversity,ecology,evolutionary biology,Tree of Life,plant diversity,fungi,insect ecosystem

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/biosci_94_organisms_to_ecosystems.html

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"Cook's Tour" of the universe. Ancient world models. Evidence for universal expansion; the size and age of the universe and how it all began. The long-range future and how to decide the right model. Anthropic principle. Course may be offered online.

- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 1: Introducton to Cosmology
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 2: The Dawn of Science
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 3: Revolutions
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 4: Kepler's Laws
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 5: Isaac Newton
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 6: Gravity - Architect of the Heavens
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 7: Glimpsing the Solar System
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 8: Exploring the Cosmic Landscape
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 9: Telescopes - Extending our Senses
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 10: Light in the Universe
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 11: Light and the Elemental Composition of the Universe
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 12: Energy and the Sun
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 13: From Atoms to the Cosmos
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 14: Exploring the Stars
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 15: Discovering the Milky Way
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 16: Grand Tour of the Galaxy
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 17: Universe of Galaxies
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 18: Cities of Stars
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec. 19: Albert Einstein and Black Holes
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 20: The Expanding Universe
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 21: Quasars and the Meaning of Cosmic Expansion
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 22: Dark Matter and Dark Energy
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 23: The Big Bang
- Physics 20B. Cosmology. Lec 24: Review of Modern Cosmology

**Author/s: **bullock@uci.edu (James Bullock)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Physics & Astronomy

**Tags: **Physics,Cosmology,Universal Expansion,Anthropic Principle,size of the Universe,Study of Origin,Milky Way,black holes,dark energy,cosmic landscape,dark matter,Big Bang Theory

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/physics_20b_cosmology.html

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Introduction to basic physics. This course will introduce the conceptual and mathematical framework for kinematics and Newtonian dynamics, and also to teach problem solving techniques that are used in Physics. Other topics include: vectors; motion, force, and energy.

- Physics 3A. Lec 01. Basic Physics: Introduction to the Course
- Physics 3A. Lec 02. Basic Physics: Describing Motion
- Physics 3A. Lec 03. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 04. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 05. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 06. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 07. Basic Physics: Constant Acceleration in 2D Motion
- Physics 3A. Lec 08. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 09. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 10. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 11. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 12. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 13. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 14. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 15. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 16. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 17. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 18. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 19. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 20. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 21. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 22. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 23. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 24. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 25. Basic Physics
- Physics 3A. Lec 26. Basic Physics

**Author/s: **mdennin@uci.edu (Michael Dennin)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Physics & Astronomy

**Tags: **Basic Physics,Newtonian dynamics,kinematics,vectors,motion,force,Potential energy,Kinetic energy

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/physics_3a_basic_physics.html

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Introductory course covering basic principles of probability and statistical inference. Point estimation, interval estimating, and testing hypotheses, Bayesian approaches to inference.

- Math 131B. Lec 01. Introduction to Probability and Statistics
- Math 131B. Lec 02. Introduction to Probability and Statistics
- Math 131B. Lec 03. Introduction to Probability and Statistics
- Math 131B. Lec 04. Introduction to Probability and Statistics
- Math 131B. Lec 05. Introduction to Probability and Statistics
- Math 131B. Lec 06. Introduction to Probability and Statistics
- Math 131B. Lec 07. Introduction to Probability and Statistics
- Math 131B. Lec 08. Introduction to Probability and Statistics
- Math 131B. Lec 09. Introduction to Probability and Statistics
- Math 131B. Lec 10. Introduction to Probability and Statistics
- Math 131B. Lec 11. Introduction to Probability and Statistics
- Math 131B. Lec 12. Introduction to Probability and Statistics
- Math 131B. Lec 13. Introduction to Probability and Statistics
- Math 131B. Lec 14. Introduction to Probability and Statistics
- Math 131B. Lec 15. Introduction to Probability and Statistics

**Author/s: **mcransto@uci.edu (Michael C. Cranston)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Mathematics

**Tags: **Basic Probability,Basic Statistical Inference,Point Estimation,interval estimation,hypotheses testing,Bayesian approaches to inference,Statistics,Mathematics

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/math_131b_introduction_to_probability_and_statistics.html

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Introductory course covering basic principles of probability and statistical inference. Topics covered in this course: Axiomatic definition of probability, random variables, probability distributions, expectation.

- Math 131A. Lecture 01. Introduction to Probability and Statistics: Probability
- Math 131A. Lecture 02. Introduction to Probability and Statistics: Probability
- Math 131A. Lecture 03. Introduction to Probability and Statistics: Random Variables
- Math 131A. Lecture 04. Introduction to Probability and Statistics: Joint Distribution
- Math 131A. Lecture 05. Introduction to Probability and Statistics: Expected Values
- Math 131A. Lecture 06. Introduction to Probability and Statistics: Joint Distribution
- Math 131A. Lecture 07. Introduction to Probability and Statistics: Limit Theorems
- Math 131A. Lecture 08: Introduction to Probability and Statistics: Distributions from normal Distribution
- Math 131A. Lecture 09. Introduction to Probability and Statistics: Conditional Probability
- Math 131A. Lecture 10. Introduction to Probability and Statistics: Survey Sampling
- Math 131A. Lecture 11. Introduction to Probability and Statistics: Estimation of Parameters
- Math 131A. Lecture 12. Introduction to Probability and Statistics: Fitting of Probability Distributions
- Math 131A. Lecture 13. Introduction to Probability and Statistics: Hypothesis Testing
- Math 131A. Lecture 14. Introduction to Probability and Statistics: Random Sampling
- Math 131A. Lecture 15. Introduction to Probability and Statistics: Simple Random Sampling
- Math 131A. Lecture 16. Introduction to Probability and Statistics: Final Review

**Author/s: **mcransto@uci.edu (Michael C. Cranston)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Mathematics

**Tags: **Mathematics,Probability,statistical inference,random variables,probability distributions,expected values,limit theorems,joint distribution

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/math_131a_introduction_to_probability_and_statistics.html

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Preparatory course for general chemistry.

- Chem 1P. Lec. 01. General Chemistry Prep. Introduction
- Chem 1P. Lec. 02. General Chemistry Prep. Classification of Matter
- Chem 1P. Lec. 04. General Chemistry Prep. Accuracy & Dimensional Analysis
- Chem 1P. Lec. 05. General Chemistry Prep. Numerical problems
- Chem 1P. Lec. 06. General Chemistry Prep. Atoms
- Chem 1P. Lec. 07. General Chemistry Prep. Ions and Molecules
- Chem 1P. Lec. 08. General Chemistry Prep. Naming Compounds
- Chem 1P. Lec. 09. General Chemistry Prep. Organic Compounds
- Chem 1P. Lec. 10. General Chemistry Prep. Orbitals & Periodic Table
- Chem 1P. Lec. 11. General Chemistry Prep
- Chem 1P. Lec. 12. General Chemistry Prep. Mass Percent
- Chem 1P. Lec. 13. General Chemistry Prep. Chemical Reactions
- Chem 1P. Lec. 14. General Chemistry Prep. Limiting Reagents
- Chem 1P. Lec. 15. General Chemistry Prep. Fun
- Chem 1P. Lec. 16. General Chemistry Prep. Aqueous Solutions
- Chem 1P. Lec. 17. General Chemistry Prep. Precipitation Reactions
- Chem 1P. Lec. 18. General Chemistry Prep. Acid-Base Reactions
- Chem 1P. Lec. 19. General Chemistry Prep. Redox Reactions
- Chem 1P. Lec. 20. General Chemistry Prep. Tips from Dr. Potma
- Chem 1P. Lec. 21. General Chemistry Prep. Balancing Redox Reactions
- Chem 1P. Lec. 22. General Chemistry Prep. Midterm II Review
- Chem 1P. Lec. 23. General Chemistry Prep. Redox in Basic Solutions
- Chem 1P. Lec. 24. General Chemistry Prep. Final Review Part I.
- Chem 1P. Lec. 25. General Chemistry Prep. Review Final Part II

**Author/s: **epotma@uci.edu (Eric Potma)

**Category: **Physical Sciences ► Chemistry

**Tags: **Chemistry,Preparatory course,General Chemistry,Fundamental,Atoms,Organic Compounds,Matter,Orbital

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Acquire the information and experience you need to identify your organization's training and development needs and master the processes necessary to develop, implement and evaluate effective training programs. You will gain an understanding of your role and responsibilities as a trainer, as well as the practical hands- on knowledge needed to implement a successful program through lectures, classroom discussions, and developing and presenting an actual training session in class. This course is excellent for training and human resources specialists as well as operating managers with significant human resources development responsibilities.

**Author/s: ** (Authors Various)

**Category: **UNEX Management ► University Extension

**Tags: **OER,Design,Development,Delivery,Training,Leadership,Executive,Management,Supervisor,Analyzing Needs,Analyzing Settings

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getPage.php?course=OC0103061&lesson=1&topic=1&page=1

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Gain an understanding of the general operational and administrative procedures in spas, private clubs and the hospitality industry. You'll develop an understanding of unique sensitivities required in managing and operating in the increasingly lucrative and complex spa industry. Other topics include: business planning, marketing, licensures, compensation models, legal and ethical issues governing club, hospitality and spa projects, insurance issues, technical issues, billing, inventory control, client file management, privacy issues and the development of standard operating procedures. You'll also learn the guidelines for optimizing energy efficiency in facility operations including design, energy, and water and waste management issues.

**Author/s: ** (Authors Various)

**Category: **UNEX Management ► University Extension

**Tags: **OER,Generating Spa Revenue,Role of HR,Compensation,Standard Operating Procedures,Software Evaluation,Spa Wisteria

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getOCWPage2.php?course=OC0700522&lesson=1

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At the dawn of the twenty-first century, globalization is a pervasive feature of social life. The clichéd examples – from McDonald’s to reggae music – form just the tip of the globalization iceberg. A world economy, a world polity, and a world culture are all undergoing rapid expansion. In this course, we will consider globalization’s aspects and impacts, in an effort to develop some understandings of its causes, effects, and implications for your own life.

- Syllabus for Socio 2A
- September 25
- September 28
- September 30
- October 2
- October 5
- October 7
- October 9
- October 12
- October 14
- October 16
- October 19
- October 21
- October 23
- October 26 - Part 1
- October 26 - Part 2
- November 2
- November 4
- November 6
- November 9
- November 13
- November 16
- November 18
- November 30
- December 2

**Author/s: **frankd@uci.edu (David Frank)

**Category: **Social Sciences ► Sociology

**Tags: **International Sociolgy,Economic Globalization,Political Globalization,Cultural Globailization,Immigration,Capitalism,Sovereignty,Domination or Cooperation,Human Rights

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/sociology_2a_international_sociology.html

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The development of genomics, stem-cell research, robotics, nanotechnology, and neuropharmacology raises difficult religious and philosophical questions. Examines interdisciplinary approaches that cut across institutional boundaries, cultural borders, and religious traditions. Focuses on the relationship between religion and cognitive/affective/social neuroscience. Same as Logic and Philosophy of Science 140A-B.

Note: To access course, when in the UCI Distance Learning website, please click on "Login as Guest" button.

**Author/s: **trabing@uci.edu (Carol Trabing)

**Category: **Social Sciences

**Tags: **genomics,stem cell research,religion,philosophy,cognitive neuroscience,robotics,nanotechnology,neuropharmacology

**See more at: **http://learn.uci.edu/course/view.php?id=9049

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This Science Information tutorial was created to help UCI undergraduate students understand the fundamental processes of knowledge creation and scholarly communication in the basic and applied sciences. The self-paced tutorial uses a series of interactive exercises to illustrate concepts such as the scientific method, peer review, scholarly communication, and methods of locating and evaluating scientific literature and information sources. This tutorial is divided into three sections: (1) Creating, Sharing and Finding Science Information; (2) Science and Engineering Sources and Resources; (3) Reading, Evaluating and Citing Information.

**Author/s: **cpalmer@uci.edu (Catherine Palmer)

**Category: **Library

**Tags: **Library Tutorial,Knowledge creation,scholarly communication,scientific method,schloarly communication,science and engineering resources,citing information

**See more at: **http://www.lib.uci.edu/how/tutorials/FindScienceInformation/public/

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This course presents a detailed overview of the regulatory requirements for the development and manufacture of pharmaceutical products. Individuals involved in manufacturing, quality control, research and development, and clinical studies will learn the latest information. Explore topics that include the product development process through commercialization; product characterization and pre-clinical evaluation; pharmaceutical industry requirements; clinical trial requirements, good manufacturing practices (GMPs); good laboratory practices (GLPs); FDA inspections, labeling, and advertising of medical products; and preparing Food and Drug Administration (FDA) submissions.

**Author/s: ** (Authors Various) , (Authors Various)

**Category: **Health Sciences

**Tags: **Pharmaceutical products requirements,pharmaceutical product manufacturing,product development process,commercialization,pre-clinical evaluation,pharmaceutical industry requirements,good manufacturing

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getPage.php?course=OC0706041&lesson=1&topic=1&page=1

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Con este curso no se pretende reemplazar al planificador financiero profesional, sino ayudar a que el público en general se convierta en un mejor consumidor del asesoramiento en la planificación financiera. El curso fue creado con el fin de ayudar a aquellas personas que no pueden pagar una asistencia de planificación extensa, a comprender mejor cómo definir y alcanzar sus metas financieras. El mismo, ofrece una comprensión básica para tomar decisiones mejor fundamentadas. Asimismo, el curso se puede considerar como una referencia de temas individuales que forman parte de la planificación financiera personal. La planificación financiera, en su definición más amplia, es un esfuerzo por gestionar todos los aspectos de los temas financieros de una persona o una familia. Generalmente, esto comienza con la planificación de los gastos de la familia y se prolonga hasta la gestión de riesgos (seguro), impuestos, acumulación de riqueza, inversiones, y distribución de la riqueza (jubilación y planificación sucesoria).

**Author/s: ** (Don Debok)

**Category: **UNEX Management ► University Extension

**Tags: **OER,Planes de jubilación,Determinación de las Metas,Seguro de bienes,contra daños,Seguro de cuidados a largo plazo,La planificación financiera,la gestión de riesgos,distribución de la riqueza,jubilaci

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getPage.php?course=OC0102093&lesson=1&topic=1&page=1

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Political Science 61A, Minority Politics, also cross listed as Chicano/Latino Studies 64, Minority Politics. The course’s focus is the politics and experiences of specific groups: African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, and Asian Americans. This examination and analysis will not only enhance our understanding of these groups’ political roles, but will demonstrate that the U.S. political system cannot be adequately understood without understanding the political dynamics of ethnicity and race.

- Syllabus for 61A
- Contact Information and Section Assignments
- Essay #1 for 61A
- Essay #2 for 61A
- Lecture 1 (9-28-07)
- Lecture 2 (10-2-07)
- Lecture 3 (10-4-07)
- U.S. Legal Permanent Residents, 2006
- Lecture 4 (10-9-07)
- Race and Ethnicity Questions, 2000 Census
- Lecture 5 (10-11-07)
- Lecture 6 (10-16-07)
- Lecture 7 (10-18-07)
- Lecture 8 (10-23-07)
- Lecture 9 (10-25-07)
- Midterm Essay Question
- Lecture 10 (11-2-07)
- Lecture 11 (11-6-07)
- Lecture 12 (11-8-07)
- Web links for campaign commercial shown in class 11/15
- Lecture 13 (11-13-07)
- Lecture 14 (11-15-07)
- Lecture 15 (11-20-07)
- Lecture 16 (11-27-07), as delivered
- Lecture 17 (11-29-07)
- Lecture 18 (12-4-07)
- Final Essay Question

**Author/s: **ldesipio@uci.edu (Louis DeSipio)

**Category: **Political Science ► Social Sciences

**Tags: **Minority Politics,African Americans,Latino Americans,Native Americans,Asian Americans,United States political system,political dynamics,ethnicity and race,pan-ethnicity

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/political_science_61a_minority_politics.html

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This course analyzes the strategies used by Latinos to influence outcomes in the 2008 Elections as well as efforts by candidates, campaigns, and political parties to mobilize Latino voters. We will use 2008 as a case study to analyze the broader influence of Latinos on U.S. electoral politics and to evaluate how the structure of contemporary U.S. elections benefits cohesive electorates and disadvantages more marginalized populations. The class will be organized around three broad themes. First, we will evaluate the influence of Latinos in recent elections. Second, we will analyze how electoral systems and structures create opportunities and barriers to Latino participation. Finally, we will assess how candidates understand the Latino electorate and shape their campaign structures and messages to reach out to Latinos.

- Syllabus _123
- Analytical essay assignment _124
- Research paper assignment_125
- DeSipio and Leal reading for Week 2_126
- Lecture 1 (9-25-08)_127
- Lecture 2 (10-2-08)_128
- Lecture 3 (10-7-08)_129
- Lecture 4 (10-9-08)_130
- Video links for Lectures 3 and 4 (updated after lecture 3)_131
- Lecture 5 (10-14-08)_132
- Paper Topics, as of November 14, 2008_133
- Lecture 6 (10-16-08) _134
- Lecture 7 (10-21-08) _135
- Lecture 8 (10-23-08) _136
- Lecture 9 (10-28-08) _137
- Lecture 10 (10-30-08) _138
- Lecture 11 (11-4-08) _139
- Lecture 12 (11-6-08) _140
- Lecture 13 (11-13-08) _141
- Essay Question for Midterm Exam, Latinos & 2008 Election_142
- IDs for Midterm Exam and an example of an ID _143
- Lecture 14 (11-18-08) _144

**Author/s: **ldesipio@uci.edu (Louis DeSipio)

**Category: **Political Science ► Social Sciences

**Tags: **Latinos,Latino American,2008 US Election,Electoral System,Latino electorates,Democrats,Republicans,Political Science

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/political_science_129_latinos__2008_election.html

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Political Science 126C, US Immigration Policy, also cross listed as Chicano/Latino Studies 163, US immigration Policy. The United States is in the middle of a national debate over immigration policy and the outcomes of immigrant incorporation. The debate is not just taking place in the U.S. Congress, which has the power and responsibility to shape policy, but also in national politics, in state legislatures, and in community organizing. In some form, the current debate began in the early 1990s, but has achieved a new urgency in the last several years. Congress has debated significant legislative changes to immigration policy in 2005, 2006, and 2007, but these debates ended inconclusively which had the effect of raising even more the salience of immigration as a policy issue in the public’s mind. Congress will likely again debate immigration reform in 2009. Our goal in this class is to analyze what it will take for Congress to craft a “comprehensive” immigration reform. Although the need for comprehensive reform is debated (the status quo works for many in the society), the high level of popular dissatisfaction with current policies, the pressures put on the nation by demands for immigrant labor, and the high number of unauthorized migrants resident in the United States demonstrate the need for a thorough review of current policies.

- Syllabus for Pol. Sci. 126C
- Obama and Biden: The Change We Need -- Immigration
- Douglas Massey, Caution: NAFTA at Work
- Michael Hoefer, Estimates of the Unauthorized Immigrant Population in the United States: January 2007
- Nancy Rytina, Naturalizations in the United States: 2007
- Roberto Gonzales, Wasted Talent and Broken Dreams: The Lost Potential of Undocumented Students
- Pew Hispanic Center, The State of American Public Opinion on Immigration in Spring 2006
- Pew Hispanic Center, As Illegal Immigration Issue Heats Up: Hispanics Feel a Chill
- Lecture 1 (1-6-09)
- Lecture 2 (1-8-09), as delivered
- Lecture 3 (1-13-09), as delivered
- Lecture 4 (1-15-09)
- Extra Credit Opportunity -- Exhibit in the lobby of Langston Library
- Lecture 5 (1-22-09)
- Lecture 6 (1-27-09)
- Lecture 7 (1-29-09)
- Lecture 8 (2-3-09)
- Lecture 9 (2-5-09), as delivered
- Lecture 10 (2-10-09)
- Lecture 11 (2-17-09), as delivered
- Lecture 12 (2-19-09), as delivered
- Lecture 13 (2-24-09)
- Interior Enforcement
- Workplace enforcement
- Border Control
- National immigration restriction research and advocacy organizations
- Refugee Policy
- Guest worker programs
- Additional material on interior enforcement
- Point System Group
- Legalization Group
- Immigration Policy and International Security
- Naturalization
- State Governments
- Civil Liberties
- U.S. Trade Unions
- Government of Mexico
- Obama Administration
- Latino and Asian American Civil Rights Organizations
- National Immigrant Rights and Research Organizations

**Author/s: **ldesipio@uci.edu (Louis DeSipio)

**Category: **Political Science ► Social Sciences

**Tags: **US Immigration,Immigration Policy,US Congress,Political Science,Comprehensive Immigration reform

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/political_science_126c_us_immigration_policy.html

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Political Science 126A, Mexican-Americans & Politics also cross listed as Chicano/Latino Studies 143, Mexican-Americans & Politics This course examines the role of Mexican American and other Latino communities in shaping state and national politics in the United States. After we review the political history and political organizational strategies of Mexican Americans, we will examine their contemporary modes of political organization; analyze public policy issues that concern them; evaluate the successes and failures of Mexican American empowerment strategies; and measure the electoral impact of Mexican American votes.

- Syllabus_74
- Essay #1, Mexican-Americans & Politics_75
- Essay #2, Mexican-Americans & Politics_76
- Essay #3, Mexican-Americans & Politics_77
- Lecture 1 (1-10-06)
- Lecture 2 (1-12-06)
- Lecture 3 (1-17-06), with thesis/method
- Lecture 4 (1-19-06)
- Lecture 5 (1-24-06), as delivered
- Lecture 6 (1-26-06)
- Lecture 7 (1-31-06), as delivered
- Lecture 8 (2-2-06)
- Lecture 9 (2-7-06), with thesis/method
- Lecture 10 (2-9-06)
- Lecture 11 (2-14-06)
- Lecture 12 (2-16-06)
- Lecture 13 (2-21-06), as delivered
- Lecture 14 (2-23-06), as delivered
- Lecture 15 (2-28-06) _92
- Lecture 16 (3-7-06)
- Reading List for Quiz
- Lecture 17 (3-14-06), with thesis-method

**Author/s: **ldesipio@uci.edu (Louis DeSipio)

**Category: **Political Science ► Social Sciences

**Tags: **Mexican American Politics,Latino Communities,Political Science,Political Organization,Chicano Movement,Electoral Participation,Immigration,Republican Party

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/political_science_126a_mexicanamericans__politics.html

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Public policy investigates what government does or, in other words, the outcomes of decisions made at local, regional, national, and international levels of governance - as well as the consequences they bring about. We explore three central, interrelated questions regarding the nature of governmental decision-making processes having as their aim the enactment, implementation, and evaluation of public policy. These are: 1) what frameworks, explanatory theories, and ways of knowing illuminate how and why certain types of policies get made? 2) What is the role of the policy analyst - an academically trained professional - in describing, understanding, predicting, and designing policies? And, 3) what are the consequences of different policy designs on: public welfare and well-being, other areas of social discourse and interaction, and the concept of democracy itself?

- pub.policy.221.SYLLABUS.pdf
- Pub.policy221.winter.11.wk1.ppt
- Pub.policy221.winter.11.wk2.ppt
- Pub.policy221.winter.11.wk3.ppt
- Pub.policy221.winter.11.wk4.ppt
- Pub.policy221.winter.11.wk5.ppt
- Pub.policy221.winter.11.wk6.ppt
- Pub.policy221.winter.11.wk7.ppt
- GAO.pdf
- Pub.policy221.winter.11.wk8.ppt
- Pub.policy221.winter.11.wk9.ppt
- Pub.policy221.winter.11.wk10.ppt

**Author/s: **feldmand@uci.edu (David Feldman)

**Category: **Social Ecology ► Planning, Policy & Design

**Tags: **Public Policy,Policy Process,policy making,policy evaluation,policy design,cost-benefit analysis,Public participation,Policy success,policy failures

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/planning_policy_and_design_221_sem_a_public_policy.html

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How are people affected by overcrowding, traffic congestion, and noise? Why do people litter or vandalize their environments? How do buildings affect their occupants? Does the architectural design of apartment buildings influence patterns of neighboring and friendship formation? Why do people consume scarce environmental resources? Can residential, work, and neighborhood settings be designed to reduce stress, increase productivity, and promote physical activity? These are some of the questions that have concerned environmental psychologists.

Environmental psychology is the study of human behavior and well-being in relation to the large-scale, sociophysical environment. The term, large-scale environment, refers to places such as homes, offices, neighborhoods, and whole communities. These places can be described in terms of several physical and social dimensions, including their geographical location, architectural design, membership and social organization. The term, sociophysical environment, reflects the assumption that the physical and social dimensions of places are closely intertwined. The architectural design of a housing complex, for example, can exert a subtle but substantial impact on the friendship patterns that develop among residents. This course emphasizes the interdependence between physical and social aspects of places, rather than viewing these dimensions as separate and isolated.

**Author/s: **dstokols@uci.edu (Daniel Stokols)

**Category: **Social Ecology ► Planning, Policy & Design

**Tags: **environmental psychology,planning,environment,human behavior,sociophysical environment,geographical location,architectural design,social organization

**See more at: **https://itunes.apple.com/us/course/environmental-psychology/id529650093

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Water is the economic, social, and physical lifeblood of humanity, providing the bases for agriculture, industry, transportation, energy production, and life itself. Despite its importance, alarming signs suggest that there are looming threats to this vital resource. The World Resources Institute contends that the world's thirst for water is likely to become one of the most pressing issues this century due to population growth, drought, and climate change. The World Bank reports that many developing nations already face a crisis from intensive irrigation, urbanization, diminishing supplies, and deteriorating infrastructure; and, UNESCO predicts as many as 7 billion people in half the world’s countries will face shortages of potable water by 2050.

The purpose of this course is to illuminate how water is a political, social, economic, and environmental challenge and to suggest ways we might manage it better and more equitably. You will be provided basic knowledge about physical aspects of water supply and quality; the evolution of water policy throughout history – and in different societies; the importance of water to human and ecological health; the role of law, politics, and markets in its allocation, regulation, and protection; and, the importance of ethics to its equitable provision. The focus of this course is competition for water, and the impacts of this competition on available supply and quality – from a global perspective. Disputes over water are not limited to less developed countries. Such conflicts are growing across the U.S., especially in the West, and in California – where water management has long been a focal point of contention.

- Water.pol139.2010.wk1.ppt
- Water.pol139.2010.wk2.ppt
- Water.pol139.2010.wk3a.ppt
- Water.pol139.2010.wk3b.ppt
- Water.pol139.2010.wk4.ppt
- Water.pol139.2010.wk.5.ppt
- Water.pol139.2010wk6.ppt
- Paper Assignment #1
- Water.pol139.2010.wk.7.ppt
- Water.pol139.2010.wk8a.ppt
- Water.pol139.2010.wk8.ppt
- Water.pol.139.2010.wk.9.ppt
- Second Paper Prompt
- Water.pol139.2010.wk.10.ppt

**Author/s: **feldmand@uci.edu (David Feldman)

**Category: **Social Ecology ► Planning, Policy & Design

**Tags: **Water resources,water resource policy,World Resources Institute,World Bank,agriculture,ecological health,water supply,role of law

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/planning_policy_and_design_139_water_resource_policy.html

Policy, Planning, & Design Lec A: Water Resource Policy by David Feldman is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

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The purpose of this course is to investigate the challenges of implementing sustainability in a variety of contexts from the perspectives of climate change, energy use, natural resource use, and ecosystems/land use. While we are doing this through lectures and discussions, students will be carrying out individual and team research projects that involve applying the logic of sustainable design. This year’s theme for the research projects is “climate sensitive sustainable design.”

- PPD 132/ESS 182 Spring 2010 Sustainability II Syllabus_366
- PPD 132/ESS 182 Spring 2010 Sustainability II Lecture 1_371
- PPD 132/ESS 182 Spring 2010 Sustainability II Lecture 2_369
- PPD 132/ESS 182 Spring 2010 Sustainability II Lecture 3_370
- PPD 132/ESS 182 Spring 2010 Sustainability II Lecture 5_372
- PPD 132/ESS 182 Spring 2010 Sustainability II Lecture 6_373
- PPD 132/ESS 182 Spring 2010 Sustainability II Lecture 7_374
- PPD 132/ESS 182 Spring 2010 Sustainability II Lecture 9_375
- PPD 132/ESS 182 Spring 2010: Guest Speakers Bryan McDonald and Kelsy Meagher on Food and Sustainability_367

**Author/s: **rmatthew@uci.edu (Richard Matthew)

**Category: **Social Ecology ► Planning, Policy & Design

**Tags: **Sustainability,climate change,energy use,natural resource use,ecosystem,Earth System Science,environment

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/planning_policy_and_design_132_sustainability_ii.html

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Learn about the essential elements of Quality System Regulations (QSR's) and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP's), how there is a commonality between them, and how to develop a global approach to Quality Systems in order to satisfy international requirements of ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 13485:2003. A detailed analysis of these systems and practical 'how to' recommendations and approaches are presented, with particular emphasis on the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) QSR's and GMP's.

**Author/s: ** (Authors Various) , (Authors Various)

**Category: **Health Sciences

**Tags: **Medical Products,Health Sciences,Quality System Regualtions (QSR),Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP),International Organization of Standards,US Food and Drug Administration

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getPage.php?course=OC0706011&lesson=1&topic=1&page=1

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Manufacturing processes can be organized by considering the type of energy required to shape the work-piece. In this course, sources of energy considered for machining are mechanical used for cutting and shaping, heat energy such as in laser cutting, photochemical such as in photolithography, and chemical energy such as in electro chemical machining and chemical vapor deposition (CVD). Students, guided by product specifications and a design will decide: 1) When to apply mechanical machining vs. lithography based machining, 2) What type of mechanical machining and what type of lithography based machining to apply, 3) When to employ bottom-up vs. top-down manufacturing, 4) When to choose serial, batch or continuous manufacturing and 5) What rapid prototyping method to select. A logical decision tree will be presented to sort the machining options. Examples from a variety of products ranging in size from nanometers to centimeters will be considered.

- EngrMAE 165/265. Lec 01. Advanced Manufacturing Choices: Introduction
- EngrMAE 165/265. Lec 02. Advanced Manufacturing Choices
- EngrMAE 165/265. Lec 03. Advanced Manufacturing Choices
- EngrMAE 165/265. Lec 04. Advanced Manufacturing Choices
- EngrMAE 165/265. Lec 05. Advanced Manufacturing Choices
- EngrMAE 165/265. Lec 06. Advanced Manufacturing Choices
- EngrMAE 165/265. Lec 07. Advanced Manufacturing Choices
- EngrMAE 165/265. Lec 08. Advanced Manufacturing Choices
- EngrMAE 165/265. Lec 09. Advanced Manufacturing Choices
- EngrMAE 165/265. Lec 10. Advanced Manufacturing Choices
- EngrMAE 165/265. Lec 11. Advanced Manufacturing Choices
- EngrMAE 165/265. Lec 12. Advanced Manufacturing Choices
- EngrMAE 165/265. Lec 13. Advanced Manufacturing Choices
- EngrMAE 165/265. Lec 14. Advanced Manufacturing Choices
- EngrMAE 165/265. Lec 15. Advanced Manufacturing Choices
- EngrMAE 165/265. Lec 16. Advanced Manufacturing Choices
- EngrMAE 165/265. Lec 17. Advanced Manufacturing Choices
- EngrMAE 165/265. Lec 18. Advanced Manufacturing Choices: Top-Down VS Bottom-Up Manufacturing

- EngrMAE 165/265. Practicum. Advanced Manufacturing Choices: CNC Machine Practicum
- EngrMAE 165/265. Practicum. Advanced Manufacturing Choices: 3D Printing Practicum
- EngrMAE 165/265. Practicum. Advanced Manufacturing Choices: Soft Lithography Practicum
- EngrMAE 165/265. Practicum. Advanced Manufacturing Choices: Clean Room Practicum

**Author/s: **mmadou@uci.edu (Marc Madou)

**Category: **Engineering ► Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

**Tags: **Manufacturing processes,Mechanical and aerospace engineering,mechanical energy,thermal energy,electrical energy,chemical machining,nanomachining tools,top-down machining,bottom-up machining

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/mechanical_and_aerospace_engineering_165_advanced_manufacturing_choices.html

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The main goal of the course is to develop computational programming skills and learn computational tools to be used in the solution of engineering problems. Topics include: Introduction to Computing, Basic Matlab commands, Arrays: one-dimensional and multi-dimensional, Flow control, Selective execution, Repetitive execution and iterations, Input and Output, Modular Programming: Functions, Plotting, and Advanced data types.

**Author/s: **pmnissenson@csupomona.edu (Paul Nissenson)

**Category: **Engineering ► Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

**Tags: **Engineering Computations,Matlab,arrays,one-dimensional,multi-dimensional,flow control,selective execution,modular programming,plotting,computational programming,computational tools

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/mechanical_and_aerospace_engineering_10_introduction_to_engineering_computations.html

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This module is the introduction to the University Extension online course, Introduction to Project Management. Project management has been proven to be the most effective method of delivering products within cost, schedule, and resource constraints. This intensive and hands-on course gives you the skills to ensure your projects are completed on time and on budget while giving the user the product they expect. You will gain a strong working knowledge of the basics of project management and be able to immediately use that knowledge to effectively manage work projects. At the end of the course you will be able to identify and manage the product scope, build a work breakdown structure, create a project plan, create the project budget, define and allocate resources, manage the project development, identify and manage risks, and understand the project procurement process.

**Author/s: ** (Authors Various)

**Category: **UNEX Management ► University Extension

**Tags: **OER,Project,Management,Earned Value Analysis,Communications Management,Risk Analysis,Response Development,Project Closure,Scope Statement,Conflict Resolution,Stakeholder Identification & Analysis,Sche

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getNewPage.php?course=OC0101017&lesson=1&topic=1&page=1

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This series is one part of UC Irvine's Musicianship 15 ABC sequence for music majors. An understanding of music notation and basic musical terms is helpful but not required for these presentations. The math involved is basic.

Pitch systems use mathematics to organize audible phenomenon for creative expression. The cognitive processes we develop through exposure to music comprise a kind of applied mathematics; our emotional responses to musical nuance grow out of a largely unconscious mastery of the patterns and structures in music. This series of presentations covers the basic mathematics and cognitive phenomenon found in the tonal system used in Western music and much of the music of the world. Over the course of several presentations we will explore basic concepts of pitch and frequency, the organizing rules of tonal systems, and the mathematical construction of basic scales and chords. The reasoning and purpose of equal temperament, the standard tuning system for tonal music, will be explored in this context. Presentations will include graphics and computer applications designed specifically to illustrate these concepts.

- Introduction to Pitch Systems in Tonal Music Part 00: Introduction
- Introduction to Pitch Systems in Tonal Music Part 01: Basic concepts
- Introduction to Pitch Systems in Tonal Music Part 02: The Octave and Just Intervals
- Introduction to Pitch Systems in Tonal Music Part 03: Octave equivalence, circular pitch systems, and the major triad
- Introduction to Pitch Systems in Tonal Music Part 04: Circular Pitch Systems and the Triad
- Introduction to Pitch Systems in Tonal Music Part 05: Building a Diatonic Set with 3:2 Ratios
- Introduction to Pitch Systems in Tonal Music Part 06: Pythagorean Tuning and the Pure Triad
- Introduction to Pitch Systems in Tonal Music Part 07: The Minor Triad and a Circular System of Thirds
- Introduction to Pitch Systems in Tonal Music Part 08: Tuning with Pure Major and Minor Triads
- Introduction to Pitch Systems in Tonal Music Part 09: A 12-Tone Pythagorean Set
- Introduction to Pitch Systems in Tonal Music Part 10: Temperaments, Roots of 2, and Conclusions

**Author/s: ** (John Crooks)

**Category: **Arts ► Music

**Tags: **Pitch Systems,Tonal harmony,octaves,Hertz,Triads,Pythagorean set,diatonic scale,twelve-tone,tuning,major triads,minor triads,Circular Pitch Systems,pure triads,dominant triads,subdominant triads

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/introduction_to_pitch_systems_in_tonal_music.html

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**Please click on start course and "login as a guest" to begin this course. **This course is designed to improve your international Business English communication skills to further advance your career or succeed in one of UCI Extension's Accelerated Certificate Programs. Learn more about doing business in the U.S. as well as internationally. Students will study business concepts, business English, and enhance cross-cultural communications skills for business and professional settings.

**Author/s: **schwartg@uci.edu (Gail Schwartz)

**Category: **International Programs - ESL and TEFL ► University Extension

**Tags: **business english,english as a second language,conducting business in the U.S.,business concepts,cross-cultural communications,busines and professional settings,body language skills,business etiquette

**See more at: **http://learn.uci.edu/course/view.php?id=11182

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International Studies 164: Iraq Reconstruction cross listed as Political Science 159: Iraq Reconstruction Iraq is an in-conflict country. Its people live under foreign occupation and experience daily confrontations and hostilities. The country is politically unstable, nationally fragmented, and deeply divided along sectarian lines. The involvement of Iraq in several wars since 1979, thirteen years of international sanctions, and its occupation by the U.S. and its allies since April 2003 have left a physically ravaged and socially fragmented country. In this context, Iraq represents in-conflict countries such as Afghanistan, where conflict prevails and determines the social, political, and economic life of the country and its people. The main objectives of this course are as follows: To provide a brief political history of Iraq; To analyze the prospects of Iraq’s economic development; To discuss the effects of external interventions on Iraqi society; To offer students theoretical and practical tools to understand the politics behind grand projects of post-conflict and in-conflict countries reconstructing and nation-building; To present and discuss in depth diverse perspectives on the reconstruction of Iraq through a variety of lenses.

- Intro (slides)_48
- Week 1a: Early political history (notes)_49
- Week 1a+b: Early political history (slides)_50
- Week 1 b: British administration_51
- Week 2a: The Republic_52
- Week 3a: Power Sharing (notes)_53
- Week 3a: Power Sharing (slides)_54
- Week 3b: Shi'a Muslims/Tribes and the Ba'ath Rule (notes)_55
- Week 3b: The Ba'ath Rule - Economic conditions (slides)_56
- Week 4a: The Ba'ath Regime -- Foreign Relations (notes)_57
- Week 4a: The Ba'ath Regime -- Foreign Relations (slides)_58
- Week 5a: UN Sanctions (notes)_59
- Week 5a: UN Sanctions (slides)_60
- Week 6a: Occupation of Iraq; What went wrong? (notes)_61
- Week 6a: Occupation of Iraq: What went wrong? (slides)_62
- Week 6b: Insurgency (notes)_63
- Week 6b: Militias (notes)_64
- Week 6b: Insurgency + MIlitias (slides)_65
- Week 8a: The Surge and Beyond (slides)_67
- Week 8a: Political Reconstruction 1 (notes)_69
- Week 8b: The Surge and Beyond (notes)_66
- Week 8b: Political Reconstruction 1(slides)_70
- Week 9a: Political Reconstruction (notes)_71
- Week 9a: Political Reconstruction (slides)_72
- Week 10a: Economic Reconstruction (slides)_73
- Final study guide_46

**Author/s: **bojan.petrovic@uci.edu (Bojan Petrovic)

**Category: **International Studies ► Social Sciences

**Tags: **Iraq Politics,Power sharing,Shi'a Muslims,Ba'ath Rule,Ba'ath Regime,UN Sanctions,Occupation of Iraq,Insurgency,Militias,Political reconstruction,economic reconstruction

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/international_studies_164_iraq_reconstruction.html

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International Studies 12: Global Issues & Institutions cross listed as Political Science 44A: Global Issues and Institutions. Global Issues and Institutions is an introductory survey course designed to introduce the students to numerous current issues confronting policy-makers, pundits, and concerned global citizens as well as to the international institutions that regularly cope with those same issues. Among the issues discussed are the following: nuclear politics, energy crisis, war, international terrorism, globalization, ethnic conflict, environmental degradation, development, debt, and dependence. At the end of the quarter students will be able to: (a) identify and describe some major political, economic, social, and environmental issues confronting the global community; (b) evaluate major threats to peace and stability in the world today; (c) understand the role of power and military force in global affairs and limitations to the use of force; and (d) evaluate the demographic, economic, and national aspects of development.

- Syllabus for Intl. Std. 12
- Week 1: Nuclear Proliferation (notes)_25
- Week 1: Nuclear Proliferation (slides)_26
- Week 2: Energy Crisis (notes)_27
- Week 2: Energy Crisis (slides)_28
- Week 3: Ethnic conflict (notes)_29
- Week 3: Ethnic conflict (slides)_30
- Week 4: Financial Globalization part 1 (notes)_31
- Week 4: Financial Globalization and International Trade (slides)_32
- Week 5: International Trade (notes)_33
- Week 6: Great Power Rivalry (notes)_34
- Week 6: Great Power Rivalry (slides)_35
- Week 7: Population Growth (notes)_36
- Week 7: Population Growth (slides)_37
- Week 8: Global Poverty (lecture)_38
- Week 8: Poverty, Disease, and Development (slides)_39
- Week 8: Terrorism (notes)_40
- Week 8: Terrorism (slides)_41
- Week 9: Climate Change (notes)_42
- Week 9: Climate Change (slides)_43
- Week 10: Clashes over values (notes)_44
- Week 10: Clashes over values (slides)_45

**Author/s: **bojan.petrovic@uci.edu (Bojan Petrovic)

**Category: **International Studies ► Social Sciences

**Tags: **Nuclear Proliferation,Energy Crisis,Ethnic conflict,Peacekeeping,International Trade,Financial Globalization,Terrorism,Population Growth,Poverty,disease,cultural differences,environment

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/international_studies_12_global_issues__institutions.html

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As districts struggle with dwindling budgets and staggering layoffs, schools are finding it harder to sustain and further develop programs for gifted and talented students. Now, more than ever, teachers, administrators, and parents must work together to meet the needs of the gifted. Thanks to a generous donation of time by leaders in the GATE community, UC Irvine Extension is happy to present this four-part webinar series specifically designed to help participants better understand and more effectively support gifted students both at home and in the classroom.

**Author/s: ** (Authors Various)

**Category: **UNEX Education ► University Extension

**Tags: **Gifted and Talented Education,Seminar Series,Webinar,GATE,Differentiation,IQ Testing,Special Programming,Parent Teacher Connection

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getOCWPage.php?course=OC0111006&lesson=1&topic=1&page=1

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This course is not intended to replace the professional financial planner, but to help to make the general public better consumers of financial planning advice. The course was created to help those who cannot afford extensive planning assistance better understand how to define and reach their financial goals. It provides basic understanding so informed decisions can be made. The course can also be seen as a reference for individual topics that are part of personal financial planning.

Financial planning, in the broadest sense, is an effort to manage all aspects of a person / family’s financial affairs. Classically, that begins with planning family spending and extends through risk management (insurance), taxes, wealth accumulation, investing, and wealth distribution (retirement and estate planning).

**Author/s: ** (Authors Various)

**Category: **UNEX Management ► University Extension

**Tags: **OER,Fundamentals,Personal,Financial,Planning,Cash Flow Movement,Net Worth,Insurance,College Planning,Social Security,Retirement,Medical Care,Estate Planning,Investment Basics

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getPage.php?course=AR0102092&lesson=1&topic=1&page=1

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Clinical trials are designed to answer questions concerning the safety and effectiveness of medical products. Get an overview of clinical trials regulated by the FDA. Learn about the planning process underlying the Strategic Clinical Plan and regulatory submissions to the FDA. Explore topics including protocol development and implementation, i.e. study site selection, financial controls, timelines, and management of the site's operations; proper informed consent; Good Clinical Practices compliance; HIPAA; FDA regulations and guidelines; and post-market support studies.

- 2010 A Freedom Odyssey: Achieving King’s Mandate for ‘Radical Reconstruction of Society’ Through Law
- "What Matters to Me and Why" - A Discussion with Professor Hung Fan
- A Cherry Blossom Moment in the History of Heart Valve Replacement
- A Historical Overview of Anthropological Theories of Religion_18

**Author/s: ** (Nancy Ann Schwartz)

**Category: **Health Sciences

**Tags: **clinical trials,health science,medical products,US Food and Drug Administration,Strategic Clinical Plan,protocol development,proper informed consent,HIPAA

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getPage.php?course=OC0106031&lesson=1&topic=1&page=1

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This course is designed to give people new to the business analyst role or those who supervise business analysts a basic understanding of the functions and business impact of this role. The course provides a special focus on business analysis functions as they relate to the development of information technology solutions and the business analysis project life cycle. Course topics include the role of the business analyst, gathering and documenting user requirements, modeling the business, business case analysis, process modeling, quality management and testing.

**Author/s: ** (Authors Various)

**Category: **UNEX Management ► University Extension

**Tags: **OER,Fundamentals,Business,Analysis,Documenting,User Requirements,Modeling,Case Analysis,Process Modeling,Quality Management,Testing

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getPage.php?course=OC1305015

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This course presents the overarching framework, principles, and core responsibilities of public health research and practice from a multidisciplinary perspective. The course also provides the necessary foundation for further studies toward advanced cross-cutting approaches essential for public health practice.

- Lecture Slides for Week 2
- Core Functions of Public Health
- Dele's Article on Environmental Diseases
- Dele's Encyclopedia Article on the Eradication of Smallpox

- Lecture Slides for Week 3
- World Population - 2008
- World Health Statistics - 2009
- An Introduction to the World Health Organization
- Burden of Disease Methods
- Milestones in Environmental Health - Resources

- Lecture Slides for Week 4
- Slides for International Pb Phase-Out
- California Department of Public Health - County Level Health Data
- California Life Tables

- Lecture Slides for Week 5
- Public Health Bulletin - Orange County Health Care Agency
- Orange County Reportable Diseases
- Babies Born to Substance Abusing Mothers in Orange County
- Orange County Cancer Survey

- Lecture Slides for Week 7
- Obesity Virus?
- Ethics and Utopia - Public Health Theory and Practice in the Sixteenth Century
- More Public Health Theory Please - But make it Adequate
- Public Health Service Grants

- Lecture Slides for Week 8
- Epidemiological Transition - Omran
- Exceptions to Epidemiological Transition Model
- Preventing Chronic Diseases
- Demographic Transition
- Environmental Risk Transition

- Lecture Slides for Week 10
- Elizabeth Fee and Theodore M. Brown. 2002. "The Unfulfilled Promise of Public Health: Deja Vu All Over Again."

**Author/s: **Oladele.Ogunseitan@uci.edu (Oladele Ogunseitan)

**Category: **Health Sciences ► Public Health

**Tags: **Principles of Public Health,causes of death,causes of disability,Public Health Research,Environmental Health,Automotive Safety,Infectious Disease Control,Theoretical foundations,Oral Health,Maternal a

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/foundations_of_public_health_pub_hlth_200.html

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The research literature on cognitive processes relevant to teaching and learning is vast and fascinating. The purpose of this course is to introduce some of the many theories of learning and related topics useful to the design of instruction and to teaching practice.

- Course Syllabus_297
- Practice Quizzes Multiple Choice Keys (first half of course)_325
- Practice Quizzes Multiple Choice Keys (second half of course)_350

- Memory_301
- Memory Handouts_302
- Practice Quiz - Memory_303
- Cognitive Processes_304
- Cognitive Processes Handouts_305
- Practice Quiz - Cognitive Processes_306

- Problem Solving_311
- Problem Solving Handouts_312
- Practice Quiz - Problem Solving_313
- Critical Thinking Slides_314
- Critical Thinking and Reasoning Handouts_316

- Constructivism Slides_317
- Constructivism Handouts_318
- Practice Quiz - Constructivism_319
- Cognitive Development/Piaget Slides_320
- Cognitive Development/Piaget Handouts_321

- Cognitive Development/Vygotsky Slides_322
- Cognitive Development/Vygotsky Handouts_323
- Practice Quiz - Cognitive Development_324

- Motivation--Need Theories Slides_326
- Motivation--Need Theories Handouts_328
- Motivation--Attribution Theory Slides_329
- Motivation--Attribution Theory Handouts_330
- Practice Quiz - Motivation_331

- Self-Efficacy Slides_332
- Self-Efficacy Handouts_333
- Practice Quiz - Self-Efficacy_334
- Human Exceptionality Slides_335
- Human Exceptionality Handouts_336
- Practice Quiz - Human Exceptionality_337

- Intelligence Slides_341
- Intelligence Handouts_342
- Practice Quiz - Intelligence_343
- Brain and Learning Slides_344
- Brain and Learning Handouts_345
- Practice Quiz - The Brain and Learning_346

- Instructional Strategies Slides_347
- Instructional Strategies Handouts_348
- Practice Quiz - Instructional Strategies_349

**Author/s: ** (Michael Martinez)

**Category: **Education

**Tags: **Education,cognition,brain anatomy,educational settings,Teaching practice,assessment,cognitive development,memory,motivation,self-efficacy,human exceptionality

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/education_173_cognition__learning_in_educational_settings.html

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The University of California, Irvine Extension, supported by generous grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and The Boeing Company, is developing online courses to prepare science and mathematics teachers for the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET). This module is part of the preparation for CSET Science Subtest II.

This module includes the following chemistry topics:

- Atoms and Isotopes
- Atoms, Molecules, Elements, Compounds, Mixtures
- States of Matter
- Physical Properties of Matter
- Unique Physical Properties of Chemical Substances
- Chemical Changes
- Acids and Bases
- The Periodic Table
- Position in the Periodic Table
- Organic and Inorganic Compounds
- The Role of Carbon

**Author/s: ** (Authors Various)

**Category: **UNEX Education ► University Extension

**Tags: **CSET,OER,Structure and Properties of Matter,Atoms,Isotopes,Molecules,Elements,Compounds,Mixtures,States of Matter,Physical Properties of Matter,Unique Physical Properties of Chemical Substances,Chemic

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getOCWPage.php?course=OC0111223&lesson=7&topic=1&page=1

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The University of California, Irvine Extension, supported by generous grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and The Boeing Company, is developing online courses to prepare science and mathematics teachers for the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET). This module is part of the preparation for CSET Science Subtest II.

This module includes the following chemistry topics:

- Chemical Compounds Found in Living Organisms
- Structure and Function of Molecules in Living Organisms
- What is Protein and how is it Made?
- Respiration
- Photosynthesis

**Author/s: ** (Authors Various)

**Category: **UNEX Education ► University Extension

**Tags: **CSET,OER,Molecular Biology,Biochemistry,Chemical Compounds Found in Living Organisms,Structure and Function of Molecules in Living Organisms,Protein,Respiration,Photosynthesis

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The University of California, Irvine Extension, supported by generous grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and The Boeing Company, is developing online courses to prepare science and mathematics teachers for the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET). This module is part of the preparation for CSET Science Subtest II.

This module includes the following chemistry topics:

- History of Thermodynamics
- Conservation of Energy
- Heat Transfer and Changes in Temperature
- Conduction, Convection, & Radiation
- How Chemical Energy in Fuel is Transformed into Heat
- Physical vs. Chemical Changes

**Author/s: ** (Authors Various)

**Category: **UNEX Education ► University Extension

**Tags: **CSET,OER,Heat Transfer,Thermodynamics,History of Thermodynamics,Conservation of Energy,Changes in Temperature,Conduction,Convection,Radiation,How Chemical Fuel is Transformed into Heat,Physical vs. Ch

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getOCWPage.php?course=OC0111223&lesson=6&topic=1&page=1

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The University of California, Irvine Extension, supported by generous grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and The Boeing Company, is developing online courses to prepare science and mathematics teachers for the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET). This module is part of the preparation for CSET Science Subtest II. The Genetics and Evolution module includes the following topics: Inheritance of Traits, Mono and Dihybrid Crosses, Sexual vs. Asexual Reproduction, Coding of DNA, DNA Replication, What is Evolution?, Theory of Natural Selection, and Events Affecting Evolution. This resource uses the methodology of trying to assist you with your own specific needs. Be sure to check out How to Take This Course for a full understanding of the proper use of this resource.

**Author/s: ** (Authors Various)

**Category: **UNEX Education ► University Extension

**Tags: **CSET,OER,Genetics and Evolution,Inheritance of Traits,Mono and Dihybrid Crosses,Sexual vs Asexual Reproduction,Coding of DNA,DNA Replication,Evolution,Natural Selection,Events Affecting Evolution

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The University of California, Irvine Extension, supported by generous grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and The Boeing Company, is developing online courses to prepare science and mathematics teachers for the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET). This module is part of the preparation for CSET Science Subtest II. The Ecology module includes: Introduction to Ecology, Energy Flow in an Ecosystem, Biogeochemical Cycles in Ecosystems, Abiotic and Biotic Factors in an Ecosystem, The Roles of Photosynthesis and Respiration in an Ecosystem, Interactions Within and Among Ecosystems, Factors that Affect Population Size, Summary, Practice Questions, and CSET Review Questionnaire.

Be sure to check out How to Take This Course.

**Author/s: ** (Authors Various)

**Category: **UNEX Education ► University Extension

**Tags: **CSET,OER,Ecology,Energy Flow,Biogeochemical Cycles,Abiotic Factors,Biotic Factors,Photosynthesis,Respiration,Interactions Within Ecosystems,Factors that Affect Population Size,Summary

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The University of California, Irvine Extension, supported by generous grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and The Boeing Company, is developing online courses to prepare science and mathematics teachers for the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET). This module is part of the preparation for CSET Science Subtest I. It covers: 1. How We See 2. Types of Waves 3. Wave Calculations 4. Reflection 5. Superposition, Standing Waves, and Beats 6. Diffraction and Youngs Double Slit Experiment 7. The Doppler Effect and Polarization 8. Refraction 9. Lenses

**Author/s: ** (Authors Various)

**Category: **UNEX Education ► University Extension

**Tags: **CSET,OER,Optics and Waves,How we See,Types of Waves,Wave Calculations,Reflection,Superposition,Standing Waves,Beats,Diffraction,Youngs Double Slit Experiment,Doppler Effect,Polarization,Refraction,Len

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getOCWPage.php?course=OC0811004&lesson=5&topic=1&page=1

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The University of California, Irvine Extension, supported by generous grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and The Boeing Company, is developing online courses to prepare science and mathematics teachers for the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET). This module is part of the preparation for CSET Science Subtest I. It covers: 1. Position and Displacement 2. Speed and Velocity 3. Acceleration 4. Graphing Motion 5. Isaac Newton 6. Newtons First Law and the Concept of Force 7. Newtons Second Law 8. Types of Forces 9. Newtons Third Law 10. Gravity and Circular Motion 11. Levers and Other Simple Machines 12. Biophysics: Levers in the Human Body 13. Fluids and Fluid Dynamics

**Author/s: ** (Authors Various)

**Category: **UNEX Education ► University Extension

**Tags: **CSET,OER,Position,Displacement,Speed,Velocity,Acceleration,Graphing Motion,Isaac Newton,Newton's First Law,Force,Newton's Second Law,Newton's Third Law,Gravity and Circular Motion,Levers,Simple Machin

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The University of California, Irvine Extension, supported by generous grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and The Boeing Company, is developing online courses to prepare science and mathematics teachers for the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET). This module is part of the preparation for CSET Science Subtest I. It covers: 1. Magnetism 2. Building a Simple Compass 3. Electrostatics 4. Introduction to Circuits 5. Energy in Electrical Circuits 6. Measuring Voltage, Current, Resistance, and Capacitance 7. Ohms Law 8. Calculating Voltage, Current, and Resistance 9. Power 10. Electromagnets

**Author/s: ** (Authors Various)

**Category: **UNEX Education ► University Extension

**Tags: **CSET,OER,Magnetism,Building a Simple Compass,Electrostatistics,Introduction to Circulates,Energy in Electrical Circuits,Measuring Voltage,Measuring Current,Measuring Resistance,Measuring Capacitance,O

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The University of California, Irvine Extension, supported by generous grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and The Boeing Company, is developing online courses to prepare science and mathematics teachers for the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET). This module is part of the preparation for CSET Science Subtest I. It covers: (1) California's Fresh Water; (2) Fossil Fuels; (3) Energy from Nuclear Reactors; (4) Renewable Sources of Energy; (5) Recycling; and (6) California's Major Natural Resources.

**Author/s: ** (Authors Various)

**Category: **UNEX Education ► University Extension

**Tags: **CSET,OER,Earth Resources,Fresh Water,Natural Gas,Oil,Coal,Energy from Nuclear Reactors,Renewable Sources of Energy,Recycling,Major Natural Resources,Fossil Fuels

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The University of California, Irvine Extension, supported by generous grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and The Boeing Company, is developing online courses to prepare science and mathematics teachers for the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET). This module is part of the preparation for CSET Science Subtest I. It covers:

- Tectonic Processes I: Continental Drift
- Tectonic Processes II: Seafloor Spreading and Plate Tectonics
- Tectonic Processes III: Thermal Processes
- Tectonic Processes IV: Types of Plate Boundaries
- Tectonic Processes V: Volcanoes, Earthquakes, and Earth Resource
- Tectonic Processes VI: Earthquake Processes and Their Roles
- Rock Formation I: The Rock Cycle
- Rock Formation II: Relative and Absolute Dating
- Rock Formation III: Uniformitarianism and Catastrophism
- Earth's Surface I: Erosion, Deposition, and Transport
- Earth's Surface II: Coastal Processes
- Earth's Surface III: Natural Hazards
- Energy in the Earth System: The Water Cycle
- Energy in the Earth System: Changes in the Sky
- Energy in the Earth System: Heating of the Earth by the Sun
- Energy in the Earth System: Air Movements' Effect on Weather
- Energy in the Earth System: Energy Transfer Processes
- Energy in the Earth System: Predicting Weather Patterns.

**Author/s: ** (Authors Various)

**Category: **UNEX Education ► University Extension

**Tags: **CSET,OER,Dynamic Processes of the Earth,Continental Drift,Seafloor Spreading,Plate Tectonics,Thermal Processes,Types of Plate Boundaries,Volcanoes,Earthquakes,Earth Resource,Earthquake Processes,Rock

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The University of California, Irvine Extension, supported by generous grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and The Boeing Company, is developing online courses to prepare science and mathematics teachers for the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET). This module is part of the preparation for CSET Science Subtest I. It covers fifteen (15) topics in Astronomy: 1. The Stars 2. Phases of the Moon 3. The Solar System 4. Formation of the Solar System 5. Astronomical Distance Measurement 6. Evidence for Planets Around Other Stars 7. Characteristics of Galaxies 8. Our Place in the Milky Way 9. Star Color, Temperature, Size, and Luminosity 10. Fusion in Stars 11. Stellar Balance and Evolution 12. Distinguishing Stars from Planets 13. Accelerators in Astronomical Research 14. Astronomical Instruments 15. Additional Material

**Author/s: ** (Leila Belkora)

**Category: **UNEX Education ► University Extension

**Tags: **astronomy,CSET,solar system,distance measurement,stellar evolution,accelerators,astronomical instruments,star color,star temperature,star size,star luminosity,milky way,galaxies,OER

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The University of California, Irvine Extension, supported by generous grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and The Boeing Company, is developing online courses to prepare science and mathematics teachers for the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET). The courses address the urgent need to help teachers prepare for and pass the CSET exams necessary to teach science and mathematics in California Schools. UC Irvine Extension's online test-preparation courses correspond with the 10 CSET science subtests and three CSET mathematics subtests. The modules covered in this test-preparation course are Trigonometry, Limits and Continuity, Derivatives and Applications, Integrals and Applications, and Sequences and Series.

**Author/s: **rlehman@uci.edu (Rachel Lehman)

**Category: **UNEX Education ► University Extension

**Tags: **CSET,Subject Exam,Teachers,OER,Calculus,Trigonometry,Integrals,Sequences,Series,Derivatives,Limits

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getOCWPage.php?course=OC0111136&lesson=1&topic=1&page=1

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The University of California, Irvine Extension, supported by generous grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and The Boeing Company, is developing online courses to prepare science and mathematics teachers for the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET). The courses address the urgent need to help teachers prepare for and pass the CSET exams necessary to teach science and mathematics in California Schools. UC Irvine Extension's online test-preparation courses correspond with the 10 CSET science subtests and three CSET mathematics subtests.

**Author/s: ** (Various Authors)

**Category: **UNEX Education ► University Extension

**Tags: **geometry,probability,statistics,CSET,Parallelism,Euclidean Geometry,Plane Euclidean Geometry,3-D Geometry,Transformational Geometry,OER

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getOCWPage.php?course=OC0111123&lesson=1&topic=1&page=1

Test Preparation: California Subject Examination For Teachers, Mathematics Subtest I by University Extension, University of California, Irvine is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States License.

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The University of California, Irvine Extension, supported by generous grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and The Boeing Company, is developing online courses to prepare science and mathematics teachers for the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET). The courses address the urgent need to help teachers prepare for and pass the CSET exams necessary to teach science and mathematics in California Schools. UC Irvine Extension's online test-preparation courses correspond with the 10 CSET science subtests and three CSET mathematics subtests.

**Author/s: **rlehman@uci.edu (Rachel Lehman)

**Category: **UNEX Education ► University Extension

**Tags: **algebra,CSET,test preparation,free course,exam prep,exam preparation

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/cset_mathematics_i_algebra.html

Test Preparation: California Subject Examination For Teachers, Mathematics Subtest I by University Extension, University of California, Irvine is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States License.

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Examines criminal activity within the professions, organizations, and businesses. Theories discussing the etiology of these acts are considered as well as perspectives regarding their control.

**Author/s: **pontell@uci.edu (Henry Pontell)

**Category: **Social Ecology ► Criminology, Law & Society

**Tags: **oer,white-collar crime,corporate crime,Etiology of Crime,Victimization Issues,accounting scandals,savings and loans,frauds,money laundering

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getPage.php?course=OC0899020&lesson=1&topic=1&page=1

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Examines the causes and consequences of hate crimes as well as the larger soical land political context in which they occur. Considers the dynamics and politics of violence stemming from bigotry and discrimination, as well as the social policies designed to control it.

**Author/s: **jenness@uci.edu (Valerie Jenness)

**Category: **Social Ecology ► Criminology, Law & Society

**Tags: **Hate crimes,OER,Criminology,Law,Society,measuring hate crimes,social context,social control,constititutional basis,law enforcement,social policies,racial violence,social discrimination

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/cat/oo/getPage.php?course=OC0100219&lesson=1&topic=1&page=1

Hate Crimes by Valerie Jenness, Ph.D. is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.

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In this course we will study ancient Greek religion from Bronze Age to Hellenistic times by investigating relevant literary accounts and the archaeology of the sacred space. The special themes will be festivals and rituals, gender and religion. We will study ancient religion from an anthropological perspective analyzing ritual tradition in its socio-cultural context. The second half of the course will focus on the relation between religion and law, and the regulations that codify religious practice.

- Classics 170A: Syllabus_106
- Timetable of Greek History
- Thera-Cycladic Civilization
- Apollo
- Athena Images Presentation
- Acropolis Procession and Panathenaea
- Athens in the Archaic Age
- Paving the road to democracy Religion and Politics-important_113
- Ritual and Sacrifice
- What did the Athenian ask the Delphic Oracle
- Presentation on Demeter and Eleusinian Mysteries
- Panathenaea
- Eleusis-Telesterion
- Pictures- Demeter- Supplemental
- Sacred Laws and Gender
- Dionysus
- Ancient Greek Magic

**Author/s: **karanika@uci.edu (Andromache Karanika)

**Category: **Humanities ► Classics

**Tags: **Ancient Greece,Bronze Age,Hellenistic Times,Greek Religion,Greek Poltics,Gender in Ancient Greece,Greek Mythology,Greek Festivals and Rituals,Eleusian Mysteries,Greek Oracles

**See more at: **http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/classics_170a_religion__law_in_ancient_greece.html

Classics 170A: Religion & Law in Ancient Greece by Professor Andromache Karanika is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.

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