Renovating Auburn University Club
Auburn alums Mike Thompson and Will Herring look to Auburn interior design students to renovate Auburn University Club.
How to Choose Trees
This video explains the different types of trees by height and need for sunlight. It does mention a few, but does not show examples. At best, this is for those thinking of landscaping a house.(3:38)
Endangered Animals of the Americas
This brief slide show is offered with a lesson plan that is designed to help the students identify what endangered animals are and where they live. A good group activity.
Science Bulletins: The Local Group—A Striking Start
A huge galactic smash-up may have formed the galaxies nearest us.
Life - The world's largest gathering of fruit bats - BBC One
Hundreds of thousands of straw-colored bats fill the sky as they fly over the forests of Congo. This video explains that 10 million of these bats end up in one place in Zambia. (01:38)
"DMC Upside": TEDx Corpus Christi
The inaugural "TEDx (Technology Education and Design)" event in Corpus Christi was held on June 1, 2012 at the Center for Economic Development. This segment of the "DMC Upside" television program was featured in the June 2012 edition, which airs on cable channel 19 in Corpus Christi. The "DMC Upside" is produced by DMC TV.
The Hair Brush
The Spelling Mistakes Song
It's a song for older children and adults. It's designed to highlight the most common spelling mistakes in English. The words addressed are definitely, separate, embarrassing, affect, effect, necessary, there, their, they're, a lot, disappointing, and recommend. (2:37)
This video provides an indepth history of this remarkable leader and his life and deeds. The video has advertisements throughout and they may be very distracting for students. This video would be good to show students studying European history during this time period.Be alert to the fact that it does mention his wife and her actions both in and outside of their marriage. It also shows the dangers of power, absolute power. A preview is a must. (46:16)
Huislectuur : Vreemde culturen De basis van deze bijdrage is het thema vreemde culturen uit het boek Nieuw Netwerk Nederlands 1. Naar aanleiding van een tentoonstelling over vreemde culturen in de jeugdliteratuur lezen de leerlingen een boek waar een …
De basis van deze bijdrage is het thema vreemde culturen uit het boek Nieuw Netwerk Nederlands 1.
Naar aanleiding van een tentoonstelling over vreemde culturen in de jeugdliteratuur lezen de leerlingen een boek waar een …
Ecopoesis Part 2
This lecture was recorded on March 8, 2012, at the San Francisco campus of California College of the Arts. This event was presented by the Graduate Studies. Ecopoesis is a neologism derived from the Greek to describe the creation of an ecosystem. Robert Haynes, a Canadian biophysicist, geneticist, and terraforming expert, first used the term to detail ideas of creating ecosystems on otherwise lifeless planets. For this symposium, we have adopted and adapted the term to describe how designers,
Historia de España - parte 7 de 12
Este documental se trata de los aspectos más importantes de la historia española. El documental está organizado en 12 partes y son los siguientes: parte 1 (prehistoria y culturas antiguas), parte 2 (hispania romana), parte 3 (visigodos y musulmanes), parte 4 (España de la reconquista), parte 5 (expansión de Castilla y Aragón), parte 6 (Austrias mayores), parte 7 (el siglo de oro), parte 8 (España de los Borbones), parte 9 (España de las rev
Part 3-The First to Finish
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Part 7: more prize giving (again, sorry for the audio!)
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Spotlight on Terry McGuire - Genetics, Evolution, and Human Health
Why do humans get sick? Why are diabetes and obesity on the rise? Why have cancer and cardiovascular diseases become so prevalent? Is there a mismatch between the environments in which we evolved and environments in which we now live? Why did cholera, measles, mumps, whooping cough, and malaria become epidemic diseases? Why has evolution failed to make us immune to disease? Based in cutting-edge genetic and evolutionary biology research conducted at Rutgers, "Genetics, Evolution, and Human Heal
Inside the Teacher's Studio - Jenny Mandelbaum
Inside the Teacher's Studio is a program featuring teachers from around Rutgers University. Watch to learn more about the diverse classes offered at Rutgers, the innovative teaching strategies used in different disciplines and class formats, and the overall process of becoming and growing as a teacher. This episode features Dr. Jenny Mandelbaum, a professor at the School of Communication and Information at Rutgers University. She discusses why she became a teacher, the challenges of teaching
Inside the Teacher's Studio - Helane Rosenberg
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Spider-Man and the Decay Rate Algorithm
In Sony Picture's upcoming film, "The Amazing Spider-Man," you'll find some real and interesting science behind Peter Parker and his webs. University of Minnesota professor Jim Kakalios served as the science consultant on the new film, giving the filmmakers a factual perspective on the physics of wall crawling and the tensile strength of spider's webbing. In addition, Kakalios contributed an equation called the Decay Rate Algorithm, which is at the center of a few major plot points throughout th
Lecture 16, June 28 2012
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