About the Project: Fury of Dracula - Richard Buckland
Computing 2 - Lecture 30: Task 2 and Project Admin Richard talks about the steps in the course project. This is just a course admin lecture but you might be interested in it if you are thinking of giving the project a try yourself.
The Intentions of Florida Educational Leadership Graduate Students to Pursue Administrative Position
Daniel Eadens, Darlene Bruner, William Black
This article reports findings from a study that examined Florida universities' masters-level educational leadership students' intentions to pursue
Setting goals and objectives
This animation looks at step three and explores the difference between goals and objectives. The video is brief and to the point. The student could also be asked to do an objective for each day as well as the teaching having goals and posted objectives.
Student Government Association at St. Petersburg College
http://www.youtube.com/user/StPetersburgCollege Student Government Association at St. Petersburg College Represent your fellow students by joining the Student Government Association. SGA members voice the interests, concerns and needs of students in campus and college decisions to college administration and state legislators. Each SGA belongs to the Florida Junior Community College Student Government Association (FJCCSGA), which serves as the representative voice of Florida Colleges throughou
Why Iowa gets first dibs
Just days before the caucus, correspondent Jeff Mason talks with residents about why Iowa goes first in presidential politics, whether it's fair, and how well they represent America.
How Crayons Are Made
So we especially love videos about how crayons are made. And this Sesame Street classic has it covered! (2:01)
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YOW! 2011: Martin Thompson - On Concurrent Programming and Concurrency Folklore Martin Thompson is the creator of Disruptor, a concurrent programming framework. He's passionate about solving hard problems - like writing scalable concurrent software systems. His session at YOW! - Tackling the Folklore Surrounding High Performance Computing - was excellent. You'll be able to see it online in the
Martin Thompson is the creator of Disruptor, a concurrent programming framework. He's passionate about solving hard problems - like writing scalable concurrent software systems. His session at YOW! - Tackling the Folklore Surrounding High Performance Computing - was excellent. You'll be able to see it online in the
Syrians take to streets amid Arab League visit
Dec. 30 - Amateur video appears to show hundreds of protesters clashing with Syrian forces on the streets in the Damascus suburb of Douma. Katharine Jackson reports.
In 1968, the New Jersey Senate decreed the town of Franklin a geological wonder: "The Fluorescent Mineral Capital of the World." Over 350 different minerals have been found in the area, ninety of which glow brilliantly under ultraviolet light. There are two mineral museums devoted to fluorescing rocks, the region's unusual geology and its zinc mining history. (3:26)
A Robot That Swims With The Fishes
Based on mathematical models of the movement of fish, Maurizio Porfiri, an engineering professor at Polytechnic Institute of NYU, designed a robotic fish. When Porfiri puts the robofish in the lab pool with real fish, the minnows (golden shiners and giant danios) will mill about the robot and even follow it around. (3:06)
Hunting The Wild Lichen
Very informative video on lichen, which are made up of fungi, algae, and bacteria. Video also talks about the different types of lichen: foliose, fruticose, and crustose. Lichens grow practically everywhere, but they have been neglected by scientists for years, says James Lendemer, a lichenologist with New York Botanical Garden. Lendemer took Science Friday on a trip to the Tannersville Cranberry Bog in Pennsylvania to track down these misunderstood creatures. (3:53)
What Does It Eat?
What do the animals at SeaWorld and Busch Gardens eat? Find out by watching this professionally-made video. The following animals are specifically discussed: bats, whales, koalas, gorillas, wort hogs, and ant eaters. (04:26)
Finding The Notes Among Us
The honk of a horn or the rumble of a truck sounds like noise to most of us. But to Lucy Fitz Gibbon, and others with absolute pitch, there are notes embedded in that noise. Psychiatry professor David Ross, of the Yale School of Medicine, explains what's known about how people acquire this mysterious ability. (5:18)
Bomber kills 7 outside Iraq ministry
Dec 26 - A suicide car bomb near the Interior Ministry in Baghdad kills at least seven people and wounds 34 others. Lily Grimes reports.
Lew's Big Idea Going on 30 years ago Lew Rockwell had an idea. The idea was to form an institute to celebrate the works of a forgotten scholar — Ludwig von Mises — and promote the study of Austrian economics, a school of economic thought that recognized freedom as paramount if society is to be prosperous, a
Going on 30 years ago Lew Rockwell had an idea. The idea was to form an institute to celebrate the works of a forgotten scholar — Ludwig von Mises — and promote the study of Austrian economics, a school of economic thought that recognized freedom as paramount if society is to be prosperous, a
The Lady Vanishes—Again and Again
Marjorie Rosen, author of Popcorn Venus: Women, Movies, & the American Dream, discusses the disappearance of women as stars and subject matter from the silver screen. Using examples from popular cinema, Ms. Rosen explores what this change signified when it first occurred in the late 1960s and early 1970s, what it means now, and what, if anything, can be done about it. This event took place at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art on October 16, 2010. Video courtesy Elizabeth A. Sackl
CPR, reanimatie bij volwassenen: Presentatie en filmpjes Dit lesmateriaal kan dienen als aanvulling op een les CPR of reanimatie. Het is gebaseerd op het boek van het Rode Kruis: Help EHBO voor iedereen.
Dit lesmateriaal kan dienen als aanvulling op een les CPR of reanimatie. Het is gebaseerd op het boek van het Rode Kruis: Help EHBO voor iedereen.
Memory Technique: The Planets in Order From the Sun
This student-created video explains using a sentence as a memory technique for learning the planets in order from the sun. My very excellent mother just saw us napping is the sentence used. The first letter of each word is the first letter of a planet ( My=Mercury, Very=Venus), etc. ( This technique is different from more traditional methods which included Pluto. Pluto is now classified as a Dwarf planet and is not included.) ( 1:13)