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.
Why Non-Compete Agreements Are Not Always Good for Business
Locking your employees in might seem tempting in order to protect your firm’s intellectual property, but have you also considered the potential downsides?
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
La cuisine: luisteroefening, wat gebruik ik in de keuken? Foto's van huishoudtoestellen toestellen b
Op het einde van deze les kun je aan de hand van een luisterfragment, op een plattegrond aanduiden welke toestellen er in de keuken van een hotel staan.
Dr. Seuss' The Sneetches - Full Version
This is Dr. Seuss' view of prejudice: Some Sneetches have a star on their bellies, and some of them don't. The 12 minute video is an excellent story on several levels depending on the age of the students.
Creating a Campground
How do you design a park that is ideal for both people and animals? The
landscape architects and engineers at the US Forest Service work with
problems like these to create the best parks around the country, and
they solve them using math. Running time 4:28 minutes.Good for math in daily life and as a career video.
Did you know that when the pilgrims came to America in 1620 they brought cheesemaking supplies? Also, do you know why cheesemakers poke holes in bleu cheese? Find out in this segment of Cheese Cubed! (2:15)
Cheese History 2
What year was the first U.S. cheese factory built? And how do people make large batches of cheese? Find out in this episode of Cheese Cubed! (3:43)
Cheese History 3
Why does Swiss cheese have holes? Find out in this episode of Cheese Cubed! (2:19)
No pain and still no gain for Credit Suisse: Breakingviews
Feb. 9 - The upfront pain of restructuring at Credit Suisse will only pay off if business picks up this year.
Breakingviews: Analyzing the American Dream
Feb 9 - Breakingviews columnists discuss the $25 bln U.S. mortgage settlement and how renters should start flexing some muscle in the housing debate.
Learn About Hinduism
This one minute video provides a brief overview of this religion. Hinduism, the third largest religion of the world, and the main religion of India. It is a complex belief system and this video reviews its history and beliefs.
Présentation des cours UNJF
Utilisation des cours par les étudiants
Utilisation des cours par les étudiants
Projectes en xarxa. Mirades pedagògiques. De Tres en 3. Mirada del professorat
Durada: 3 min. Vídeo. Departament d'Ensenyament (Generalitat de Catalunya).
Les mestres de cicle inicial de l'escola Sant Ignasi de Manresa (Barcelona) que participen en el Projecte De tres en 3 ens expliquen els beneficis del projecte en l'aprenentatge de lectura i escriptura dels seus alumnes. Author(s):
MUS101 Session 1 Spring 2012
Introducing Music with Rik Noyce 02/09/12
An advertisement is presented before the video. This two-minute video is about the Ghana empire, located in West Africa. It tells how it became a wealthy empire because they were in the center of the caravan routes and taxed other Muslims, during the gold-salt trade. The people of Ghana didn't want to adopt the Muslim religion, but later on, the desert Arabs invaded their territory and forced them to practice the Muslim religion, or else they would be killed.
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