What Is Energy? (101 Video Dictionary Series)
In this short video, students will learn about '"energy". Energy is defined as any source of usable power or strength needed for mental or physical activity. Several examples of how to get and use energy are given. This is a great resource when introducing this important vocabulary word into the elementary classroom. (1:10)
UR Study Abroad: Oxford (Chinese version)
Tianjiao Wang discusses her experiences abroad studying at St. Catherine's college, Oxford.
GoNUxstream Interview - Cheryl Murtagh - Nov. 10, 2011
No. 16 Northeastern field hockey (14-7, 5-3 CAA), in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2004, competes in the round of 16 Saturday at 2 p.m. against the Big 10 champions, No. 7 Penn State.
Dale Clevenger (A'63): 2011 Distinguished Alumni Achievement Honoree
Dale Clevenger (A'63) is considered by international audiences and colleagues to be the reigning virtuoso of the french horn. The three-time Grammy Award winner, teacher, conductor, and Principal French Horn in the Chicago Symphony Orchestra received a Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award at the 2011 Carnegie Mellon Alumni Awards.
Infinitives vs. Gerunds
This video is a lecture using typed slides that explains the difference between infinitives and gerunds. The lesson begins with the definition of each part of speech. The instructor uses examples of both parts of speech to help the viewer remember the difference between the two and how to use the parts of speech correctly.
Who are India's Oligarchs?
Nov. 11 - Kiran Bedi, an anti-corruption activist, talks to Chrystia Freeland about economic oligarchs in India. Bedi gives her opinion on whether these oligarchs are good for the country, or whether this corrupt system just makes the rich richer.
Universal to buy EMI's music business
Nov.11 - Vivendi's Universal Music unit says it plans to buy British rival EMI Group's recorded music business from Citigroup in a $1.9 billion deal while EMI's publishing operation is expected to be bought by a Sony-led consortium for $2.2 billion. Matt Cowan reports.
Veterans Day in Afghanistan
Nov. 11 - American soldiers in Afghanistan remember those who have been killed in the line of duty. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
NYC tourists set record pace
Nov 11 - As temperatures drop and as leaves change colors and fall to the ground, New York City businesses look for ways to continue drawing foreign tourists to the Big Apple. Jill Bennett reports.
How is the Identity Project changing India?
Nov. 11 - Nandan Nilekani, an entrepreneur and the chairman of the Unique Identification Authority of India, talks to Chrystia Freeland about the Indian Identity Project and how it is modernizing and globalizing the country.
Blood spills on the streets of Syria
Nov. 11 - Syrian troops allegedly fire on protesters as thousands take to the streets, demanding the Arab League to suspend Syria. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Using the Second Derivative Test - Problem 1
This video is a continuation and explains how to solve optimization problems by using the second derivative test. In this example, the maximum volume of an open-top box is determined when given the amount of material available to use for constructing the box. (7:00)
" Ants in Your Pants", A Rhyming Song From: Cool Tunes for Kids
This computer-animated selection features a lively song with rhyming lyrics,
" Dance like you've got ants in your pants, bees on your knees, a bear in your hair," and more.. The words of the song appear on the screen as the song is sung. (01:54)
Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies: Scotland’s Choice: The Referendum on Independence
Michael Russell, Cabinet Secretary for Education & Lifelong Learning, the Scottish Government discusses the upcoming Scottish debate in September 2014, “Should Scotland be an independent country?” Michael has been Education Secretary in the Scottish Government since 2009, having previously served as Minister for Environment, and Minister for Culture, External Affairs and the Constitution. He is a graduate of Edinburgh University and the author of seven books, including Edinburgh: A Celebrati
Using the Second Derivative Test - Problem 2
This video is a continuation and explains how to solve optimization problems by using the second derivative test. In this example, the dimensions of a cylindrical can that will minimize the amount of material needed for its construction are determined when given the volume that the can will hold. (7:10)
Elon men's soccer selection party
The Elon men's soccer team gathered with the Elon community at the Fat Frogg to watch the live announcement of their first ever NCAA Tournament selection.
Teach In - 11/13/2011 - #1 Welcome Panel
Teach In Sunday: Reclaiming Our Economy Sunday November 13, 2011 Blackman Auditorium, Northeastern University
The Seven Seas - Episode #5 Germany
The Seven Seas: Arts and Cultures of ECU is a student produced program for East Carolina University. The show examines cultures and arts from around the world. This week's show visits the country of Germany. Our guests include Dr. Jill Twark and Dr. Susanne Lenné Jones, Professors in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures. Dr. Twark will discuss the culture of contemporary Germany and Dr. Jones will discuss three major periods of German cinema.
The Seven Seas - Episode #6 Japan
The Seven Seas: Arts and Cultures of ECU is a student produced program for East Carolina University. The show examines cultures and arts from around the world. This week's show visits the country of Japan. Our guests include Dr. Sachiyo Shearman, Professor in the School of Communication, and Ms. Joanne Bath, Professor in the School of Music. Dr. Shearman will discuss the culture of traditional and modern Japan and Ms. Bath will discuss the world-renowned Suzuki approach to teaching music.
The Seven Seas - Episode #7 Russia
The Seven Seas: Arts and Cultures of ECU is a student produced program for East Carolina University. The show examines cultures and arts from around the world. This week's show visits the country of Russia. Our guests include Dr. Elena Murenina, Director of the Russian Studies Program, and Ms. Galina Panova, Instructor of ballet in the School of Theatre and Dance. Dr. Murenina will discuss the history and culture of Russia and Ms. Panova will discuss the art and discipline behind Russian ballet.