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VUCast Newscast: Louder Than a Bomb
This Week on VUCast, Vanderbilt’s weekly newscast highlighting research, experts, students, sports and everything Vanderbilt: How the Louder Than a Bomb poetry slam changed a Vandy student’s life How the GOP can attract Latino voters Dancing with the Dore baseball stars!
MUS101 Session 1 Spring 2012
Introducing Music with Rik Noyce 02/09/12
Evaluating Polynomials Using Synthetic Division - Problem 2 of 2
This video is a continuation and presents another example that demonstrates how to use synthetic division to evaluate a third-degree polynomial function. (1:54)
"How Linking Changes the Role of Library Data: Examples from the Wider World" Thomas Baker (Dublin C
By: SWIB Discussion in the W3C Library Linked Data Incubator Group (2010-2011) tended to focus on the benefits of linked-data technology to libraries. This talk explores how library data - datasets, element sets, and value vocabularies - when linked, provide new forms of support to scholarly and cultural communities in the wider world. Well-maintained value vocabularies, their concepts identified by URI and backed by institutional persistence policies, can function as magnets, forming hubs of in
Basic Cash Flow Statement
Sal Khan uses a cash flow statement to reconcile net income with change in cash.(03:44)
The Miracle of Purim
This six minute video, done with puppets, explains the significance of this celebration is a light manner.
Angela Strider, Residence Life and Services - Academic Spotlight
Residence life and services oversees seven residence halls on the Missouri State campus. Not only does res life provide housing and meals for its residents, it also provides leadership and service opportunities for its residents. Angela Strider, coordinator of leadership development and programming, was recently awarded the Cindy Fendrick Award for Professional Service by the Midwest Affiliate of the National Association of College and University Residence Halls. Angela works with students to
What is Special About Language?
Noam Chomsky, a world-renowned linguist, intellectual and political activist lectured at the University of Arizona on Feb. 7, 2012, on "What is Special About Language?" Noam Chomsky is an Institute Professor and a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he worked for more than 50 years. Chomsky, who according to The New York Times is "arguably the most important intellectual alive," is credited with revolutionizing the
Photo Slideshow: Wildcats in Love
Students, faculty and staff come to the University of Arizona for work and academic degrees and, along the way, some find love.
Building Stones of Maryland
This article written for the Maryland Geological Survey discusses the most common stones produced in Maryland quarries. Descriptions of the stones include, not only geologic explanations, but also their history and famous places in which the stones are used.
Field Journal: Rocks
This online activity is part of the museum's Online Field Journal Web site, where young children can explore the wonders of nature with the help of an adult. The challenge here is to take a closer look at three rocks: Gowganda Tillite, Loraine Quartzite, and Gowganda Glacial Conglomerate. On the opening page, there are side-by-side photos of the three rocks; students are asked to describe each rock. Clicking a rock's photo takes students to a magnified view of the rock that also asks students tw
Master Teachers: Ali Akbar Khan
SPARK visits Ali Akbar Khan, one of the finest musicians of North India in the world as he passes his gift to several generations of musicians at the Ali Akbar Khan College of Music in San Rafael, California. This Educator Guide offers explorations of North Indian Classical Music and culture.
Daughter from Danang: Culture Clash, a Perspective From Vietnam
The lesson focuses on the cultural differences and the impact to family structure and dynamics. A Vietnamese mother and her Amerasian daughter are reunited after 22 years. Both have dreamed of a joyful reunion but cultural differences and years of separation cause a different result. This film is about a war in the past and making peace in the present. The topics of culture, adoption and the meaning of family will be explored in this lesson.
Investigating Leaf Pigments
The purpose of this resource is to explore what pigments exist in leaves and their importance. Students will conduct an experiment using paper chromatography to separate pigments present in leaves.
La vida de Napoleón Bonaparte (en español)
De una familia modesta pasó a convertirse en emperador francés y causó terror entre los gobiernos europeos. Napoleón Bonaparte nació el 15 de agosto de 1769 en Ajaccio, la capital de la actual Córcega. Descubre la biografía del militar y gobernante francés que puso en jaque a toda Europa. (aprox. 4 minutos)
Act 1 - Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare
Video 42:22- Scene I: 00:59, Scene II: 14:03, Scene III: 19:45, Scene IV: 25:38, Scene V: 32:29
Classic Literature VideoBook with synchronized text, interactive transcript, and closed captions in multiple languages. Audio courtesy of Librivox.
PHY195 Session 2 Spring 2012
Astronomy with Bruce Betts
College of Charleston Dorms -- Buist & Rutledge Rivers Residence Hall Tour
Rivers Residence Hall is the Honors dorm and is divided into Buist (freshmen) and Rutledge (primarily upperclassmen). Buist Rivers Residence Hall is the only traditional hall-style hall on campus. Buist provides an excellent opportunity for students to make a lot of new friends in a community environment. The four-story building houses approximately 100 men and women who live in two-person rooms and share community bathrooms. Each room has a compact microfridge (a combination microwave and refr