Anne Frank Protector Dies
Miep Gies, who saved the now famous diaries, and who was the last survivor of those who helped Anne Frank, has passed. This 1:37 video provides some insights into this story. A great insight into how one person can make a difference against intolerance.
Senior Chemistry: Acids and Bases 1
This 3:36 video provides an overview of the properties of molecular solutions that are non-elctrolytes. Non-electrolytes are things that do not conduct electricity. This video features a narrator and a white board, but it is difficult to read the white board. This is best used as a review of these solutions.
USiU : ICT in Support of Agriculture : Agribusiness -Excel, Columns Rows
This video is part of a USiU ICT training module 4 lesson 2. Right, the programme is open in front of you! But how does it work? Watch this orientation video that describes how the spread sheet grid is organised. Pay attention to the explanation about columns, rows and of grid references. Also note the differences between labels and values.
The Science of interaction between humans & computers - Stephen Payne
Professor Stephen Payne from the University of Bath, will discuss how his research combines an understanding of the human mind with the design of interactive systems.
Watch Josephine as she sells some interesting items to her friends and neighbors. The goal for this segment is word family -ight-. (0:30)
Revit 2012 Project Tutorial Set 5C
Revit 2012 Project Tutorial Set 5C Prepared for BENV2425 Building Information Modelling Session 1, 2012 Built Environment, UNSW
The Secret to Drawing a Nose
This ten-minute tutorial illustrates the most important tip for drawing a nose realistically.
Irregular verbs : Kruiswoordraadsel Kruiswoordraadsel op de Engelse onregelmatige werkwoorden.
Kruiswoordraadsel op de Engelse onregelmatige werkwoorden.
Anne Frank: The Whole Story Part 3 of 19
This video is part three of the mini-series based on the life of Anne Frank. ( See part one for description of the series.) This segment shows Anne, known as a "chatterbox", at school for Jewish children. In this segment, Anne talks about her desires to be a grown woman. ( Scenes at 5:54, 7:15-7:25 are not appropriate for younger students.) ( 9:56)
Athletic Admissions Eligibility Seminar
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Entrepeneurs and Uncertainty: Back to the Future On Broadway: UR Jazz On Tour in Portugal House Sparrows Preening Galileo Galilei: An Abbreviated Biography Beadlet Anemone Interaction Shedding Light on Dark Matter 170: Don't make it; buy it!
A private seminar presented at the Mises Institute on 21 February 2012. [21:50]
The University of Richmond Jazz Ensemble performed "On Broadway" at the OndaJazz Club in Lisbon, Portugal. For more about the ensemble and their tour visit http://music.richmond.edu/on-tour/
This short video gives excellent real life footage of House Sparrows preening their feathers. The house sparrow (Passer domesticus) is one of Britain's most well-known and best-loved birds. Both sexes have a brown back streaked with black. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (0:33)
Galileo Galilei's many accomplishments make him stand out as one of the most important scientists in history and this video provides a brief biography of his life. The video highlights how he had to battle the Catholic Church to get his views known and ended up dying while under house arrest for these beliefs. A good overview. (02:11)
This short video gives excellent real life footage of interactions between two Beadlet Anemones. Students will enjoy the sights and sounds of these amazing invertebrates. The beadlet anemone is the most familiar sea anemone in Britain. When disturbed or exposed to air at low tide it appears as a bright red blob of jelly, but when feeding, up to 192 beautiful stinging tentacles emerge, arranged in 6 circles around the mouth. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to
Richard Mushotzky, an astronomy professor at the University of Maryland, presents "Shedding Light on Dark Matter". The illustrated lecture, the third in a series of programs in 2010, is presented through a partnership between the Library's Science, Technology and Business Division and NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Speaker Biography: Richard Mushotzky is an astronomy professor at the University of Maryland. Mushotzky has received the NASA Medal for Exceptional Scientific Achievement in 1983
There’s more than one way to become an entrepreneur: instead of starting your own company, you can go out and buy one.
On Broadway: UR Jazz On Tour in Portugal
House Sparrows Preening
Galileo Galilei: An Abbreviated Biography
Beadlet Anemone Interaction
Shedding Light on Dark Matter
170: Don't make it; buy it!