Spurgin

TTC Video - Timothy Spurgin - The English Novel (2009)  

Posted by alexov85 at Oct. 7, 2010
TTC Video - Timothy Spurgin - The English Novel (2009)

TTC Video - Timothy Spurgin - The English Novel (2009)
eLearning - DVDRip | English | Run time: ~24 x 30 min | 3.57 GB
video: XviD | 640x432 | 23.97fps | 776.7kbps | audio: MP3 | 48кHz stereo | 128Kbps
Lecture, Famous Novelists, Novels, Literature, History

Who can imagine life without novels?
They have served not merely as diversions but as companions for so much of our lives, offering hours of pleasure and, at their best, insights few of us can ever quantify. And if the speed at which they pile up by our bedside often exceeds our ability to read them, there's a security in looking ahead to the next enticing volume.

Ethics: Contemporary Readings  

Posted by ChrisRedfield at Nov. 26, 2014
Ethics: Contemporary Readings

Harry J. Gensler, Earl W. Spurgin, James Swindal - Ethics: Contemporary Readings
Published: 2003-12-16 | ISBN: 0415256801, 041525681X | PDF | 238 pages | 1 MB

Human Reliability Assessment Theory and Practice (repost)  

Posted by interes at Sept. 18, 2014
Human Reliability Assessment Theory and Practice (repost)

Human Reliability Assessment Theory and Practice by Anthony J. Spurgin
English | 2009-10-08 | 304 Pages | ISBN: 1420068512 | PDF | 5 MB

A continually evolving discipline, Human Reliability Assessment (HRA) has elements of controversy from the definition of terms to the application of appropriate methods for the representation of human failure probability. The idea that human error is a random event is falling out of favor and the concept that humans can be set up to fail or succeed depending on context is gaining credibility.
Human Reliability Assessment Theory and Practice (repost)

Human Reliability Assessment Theory and Practice by Anthony J. Spurgin
English | 2009-10-08 | 304 Pages | ISBN: 1420068512 | PDF | 5 MB

A continually evolving discipline, Human Reliability Assessment (HRA) has elements of controversy from the definition of terms to the application of appropriate methods for the representation of human failure probability. The idea that human error is a random event is falling out of favor and the concept that humans can be set up to fail or succeed depending on context is gaining credibility.

Art of Reading  

Posted by robin-bobin at Feb. 1, 2012
Art of Reading

Art of Reading Taught By Professor Timothy Spurgin, Ph.D - TTC
Course No. 2198 (24 lectures, 30 minutes/lecture) University of Virginia, Lawrence University
Publisher: The Great Courses 2011 | ISBN n/a | Language English | Audio CD in MP3/Variable | 182 MB

You definitely know how to read. But do you know how to read artfully? Unlike everyday reading, artful reading—the way we read novels and short stories—is less about reading for specific information and more about reading to revel in the literary experience…