The Rule of Clovis (3:22)
Clovis befriended Rome and then struck, winning and making it "imperialistic." The Franks were growing rapidly trying to make a larger empire. This three minute video explains the battles and politics of this period using actors and a narrator.
This 46 minute video uses a narrator, images, and actual footage of his life.
It is an excellent summary of this Supreme Court leader's life and accomplishments. Thurgood Marshall, was a crusading attorney and civil rights activist who led the fight against school desegregation, became the first African-American to sit on the U.S. Supreme Court. On the opening page there is also a shorter, two minute, version of his life.
Cómo Funciona La Electrólisis Del Agua (en Español)
Un video excelente para niños que describe el proceso de descomposición de una sustancia por medio de la electricidad. El video explica que el cable que sale del lado positivo es el ánodo y el cable que sale del lado negativo es el cátodo. (2 minutos)
John & Abigail Adams
This 43 minute biography uses actors, a narrator, and interviews to present a fairly complete view of these two remarkable people and their relationship as well as their contributions to history.
Catherine the Great
This 45 minute biography of this famous Russian female leader. It uses actors, interviews and original art to help explain to students her traits and accomplishments. There are a few brief images of the female body that make previewing this video a requirement to make sure it is within the bounds of district policy.
Cómo se produce la fotosíntesis (en Español)
Excelente video para niños que explica el proceso de fotosíntesis. La fotosíntesis es un proceso por el que las plantas, las algas y algunas bacterias captan y utilizan la luz solar para transformar la materia inorgánica de su entorno en materia orgánica. (aprox. 2 minutos)
Science Bulletins: On Shaky Ground—Building a Safer Future in Haiti
In November 2010, ten months after a magnitude 7.0 earthquake flattened huge sections of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, a team of geologists commissioned by the United Nations set out to make the first detailed soil map of the city. Armed with sledgehammers and vibration sensors, the scientists surveyed how soils throughout Port-au-Prince either amplify or muffle seismic vibrations. The resulting map can now be used to guide reconstruction efforts. In this Science Bulletins feature, learn how geologists
Science Bulletins: Tapping In—The Promise of Brain-Computer Interface
For decades, neuroscientists have sought to use electronics to communicate with the brain. Computing and surgical technique have now become sophisticated enough to implant devices directly into neural tissue. In this feature, researchers at Albany Medical Center and the Wadsworth Center at the New York State Department of Health reveal a world where mind and machine merge. Their cutting-edge devices translate brain signals into action, helping people with ALS and other disabilities regain the ab
James T. Johnston
James T. Johnston, a successful Rockville lawyer, served during the Civil War when General Burnside promoted him to Second Lieutenant. Elected to the Indiana State Senate in 1874, Johnston served as a Republican leader. Later, he was elected to two terms in Congress.,Parke County Journey
Fulton County Courthouse
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18.03SC Differential Equations (MIT)
The laws of nature are expressed as differential equations. Scientists and engineers must know how to model the world in terms of differential equations, and how to solve those equations and interpret the solutions. This course focuses on the equations and techniques most useful in science and engineering.
Actuación en Situaciones Especiales (2012)
La asignatura “Actuación en Situaciones Especiales” dota al alumno de conocimientos y aptitudes básicas necesarias para afrontar situaciones de urgencia, emergencia y catástrofes, en definitiva, aquellas situaciones que implican un riesgo vital que comprometen la salud de las personas.
What can I say? Secrets in fiction and biography
Booker Prize winning novelist Alan Hollinghurst discusses fiction and biography in conversation with Hermione Lee at Wolfson College's Oxford Centre for Life-Writing (OCLW). Alan Hollinghurst gives an insight into the secrets of his fiction at Wolfson College's Oxford Centre for Life-Writing, speaking in conversation with College President and literary biographer Hermione Lee on the complex relationships between biographer and subject; lived experience and the attempt to record it, a subject he
Under the Hood - Part I: The Ground Floor Right now the frame of the Bigelow Street building is obscured within a white plastic bubble, protecting it from the New England winter. Inside, however, work forges ahead as mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems in support of the future data center are installed. In this video, Greg Webster of Turner Construction, narrates a "fly-through" or virtual tour of the lower floor of the two storey structure as seen using the bui
Right now the frame of the Bigelow Street building is obscured within a white plastic bubble, protecting it from the New England winter. Inside, however, work forges ahead as mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems in support of the future data center are installed. In this video, Greg Webster of Turner Construction, narrates a "fly-through" or virtual tour of the lower floor of the two storey structure as seen using the bui
The First Ever Crappy Game Complaining Marathon at the MIT GAMBIT Game Lab! February 18th, 2012 Everyone has that one game, you know the game...The one game that everyone loves but you despise. Well, here at The Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab we are channeling all of that rage into one super fun entertaining event: The First Annual Crappy Game Complaining Marathon to benefit our local Boys and Girls
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Everyone has that one game, you know the game...The one game that everyone loves but you despise. Well, here at The Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab we are channeling all of that rage into one super fun entertaining event: The First Annual Crappy Game Complaining Marathon to benefit our local Boys and Girls
The rights of journalism and the needs of audiences
Baroness Onora O'Neill delivers the 2011 Reuters Memorial Lecture, followed by a panel discussion chaired by Lord Patten, chancellor of Oxford University.
Meet David. College of Southern Maryland Engineering Graduate; Transfer Student.
David Burch, CSM graduate, University of Maryland College Park transfer student, and part of a cohort of students participate in a Pre-Engineering Program with Patuxent River Naval Air Station.
Biotechnology - Cloning and Genetic Engineering (GPC)
By the end of this section, you will be able to:
Staff profiles: Terence Brown
Terence Brown, senior admissions counselor in the Office of Admissions, talks about the recruitment and application processes, as well as the students he meets who see themselves as future Spartans well before they get an offer of admission. To read more, go to http://news.msu.edu/story/10323