Naomi Wolf - Engaging democracy: How citizen uprisings will reshape America
Naomi Wolf presented "Engaging democracy: How citizen uprisings will reshape America" at the 2012 Public Affairs Conference: Culture of Connectivity. The years 2011-12 have been rocked with protest and citizen activism -- around the world, but also in the U.S. The Occupy movement, the Tea Party movement and other grassroots efforts are on the rise where many people feel that "democracy is broken." People know that they want to fix our Republic, but they are not sure exactly how. Based on what
Harry hails Estonia's Afghan help
Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Britain's Prince Harry pays tribute to Estonian forces fighting alongside UK troops in Afghanistan. Rough cut (no reporter narration) Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and inte
2014 CBA Conference - Alicia Jackson
Roosevelt Newsreel 1937
Two silent newsreels from 1937. There is no narration so the video may best show fashions and culture of the time.
CD Media Speeds
You need to determine the speed of your drive and media. You have to burn a CD or DVD at the speed of the lowest component-you cannot burn any faster than the rated speed of you media. (0:55)
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Customize Your Browsers with the Quix Super Bookmarklet
Quix Super Bookmarklet - Create the Ultimate Command Line for your Browser Overview: You will learn how to use Quix browser bookmarklet to Make a Super Bookmarklet for your browser. What is Quix? Quix is an exensible bookmarklet tool that performs the functions of several bookmarklets, extensions, and GreaseMonkey scripts.
This report outlines the process and findings from an innovative project for students. This work was part of the curriculum and involved students working with West Yorkshire Police as part of the safer Leeds project in designing and making a film for students n crime prevention and personal safety in Leeds
National Standards of Music Education Song
In order to help remember all nine of the national standards of music education why not use a catchy song? This video and accompanying song are excellent tools for serious music students to learn the standards of music education. Lyrics are included. Run time 01:31.
Day of Infamy, Pearl Harbor Raid on Dec 7, 1941
Pearl Harbor Raid December 7, 1941.(Newreel)
Marketing and human instincts
Daniel Goldstein, Assistant Professor of Marketing, talks about how the simple rules underlying human decision making can have a huge impact on consumer behaviour.
Rounding Word Problem About Markers
This short video shows students demonstrating how to solve a math word problem involving rounding. The students show how to solve the problem by writing it on the white board and also explain the steps needed. (02:17)
Rounding Word Problem About Paperclips
The short video explains how to solve a rounding word problem about paperclips. Students explain and show the steps necessary to correctly solve the problem using a white board. (01:40)
Rounding Word Problem About Fish Food
This short video explains how to solve a word problem involving rounding and addition using a fish tank. It is hard to hear the original word problem when the students read it out loud. The students in the video show to steps necessary to correctly complete the problem. (01:47)
The Korean War
Learn how the tiny Asian country of Korea was divided in the aftermath of World War II and how the cold war politics between the United States and the Soviet Union led to a brutal conflict.
Foraging seals hunt around wind farms
Full story: http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn25927 Grey and harbour seals in the North Sea weave in and out of offshore wind farms in search of fish, which gather around turbines.
A Cultural Anthropologist on Tiger Woods, Sex and Golf
Duke University Professor Orin Starn answers questions about his new book "The Passion of Tiger Woods" and American golf culture during a live "Office Hours" conversation January 26, 2012. Duke alumnus and PGA golfer Joe Ogilvie comments in a video via Skype. Moderating the conversation is David Jarmul, associate vice president of news and communications at Duke. Learn more at http://www.dukeofficehours.com and http://www.dukeupress.edu/Catalog/ViewProduct.php?productid=49086&viewby=author&lastn
A Healthy School Lunch
In this video, students will learn about Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School in Berkely, CA who is taking a unique, creative approach to healthy school lunches. Students work together with all areas of school to create meals that are sustainable, healthy, and tasty. It is a community project where everyone demands quality, healthy food for their children. This is a good resource for a lesson/unit on healthy habits, food groups, etc. (4:01)
April 18, 2014: iDASH External Webinar; Razvan Bunescu
By: ucsd_idash Blood Glucose Level Prediction using Physiological Models and Support Vector Regression Razvan Bunescu Ohio University, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Abstract: Patients with diabetes must continually monitor their blood glucose levels and adjust insulin doses, striving to keep blood glucose levels as close to normal as possible. Blood glucose levels that deviate from the normal range can lead to serious short-term and long-term complications. An automatic p
ScienceCasts: Did Earth Have Two Moons?
Did our planet once have two moons? Some researchers say so. Moreover, the missing satellite might still be up there--splattered across the far side of the Moon. NASA's GRAIL mission could help confirm or refute the "two moon" hypothesis. (03:00)
Mechanical gears in jumping insects
Previously believed to be only man-made, a natural example of a functioning gear mechanism has been discovered in a common insect - the plant-hopper Issus - showing that evolution developed interlocking cogs long before we did. Professor Malcolm Burrows talks about finding the bugs that led to the science, and working with artists Elizabeth Hobbs and Emily Tracy and members of the community in the London borough of Hackney to produce the film 'Waterfolk'. For more information about the natura