Virtual Maths - 2D Shapes, triangle
Interactive simulation demonstrating calculation of area of a triangle
Lecture 7: Engineers at War
Lieutenant Colonel (Retd) Christopher Pugsley on "Engineers at War". Many of the most prominent man-made historical features in the landscape are the work of military engineers. Hadrian's Wall, Windsor Castle, the coastal fortifications, even the Albert Hall, all testify to the skills of the military engineer. Military engineers throughout history have always had to marry theory and genius to the practical skills of making the concept work in crisis on the ground; no small accomplishment.
A giant battle: Auburn canines help in search for Everglades' pythons
The scenario sounds like a low-budget movie from the 1970s: Humongous snakes are on the loose, eating everything in sight. But this is real -- a problem that Auburn University and its canines are helping to combat. Auburn researchers used detection dogs in the Everglades National Park to find Burmese pythons during a recent study on ways to manage and eradicate these nonnative, invasive snakes, which are eating native wildlife, mostly mammals and birds. http://ocm.auburn.edu/featured_story/pyt
The second Space symposium- learning spaces
This presentation discusses the various elements that deem enterprise education spaces as fit for purpose
How Digital Storytelling Can Transform Education (ISTE 2014)
This presentation discusses why and how you should use multimedia storytelling to transform teaching and learning. While some apps are featured here, the emphasis is on the process, workflow, tips and best practices. Sample lessons are also provided. This Keynote was originally presented at ISTE in 2014
"Literature develops readers' critical attitude toward the world." Mario Vargas Llosa
Mario Vargas Llosa, 2010 Nobel Laureate in Literature, speaks about the role of literature in the modern world. This interview was conducted at the Nobel Museum in Stockholm in May 2014, produced by Nobel Media for Nobelprize.org.
Making Muscle: Tissue Engineering in MUSC's Department of Surgery
By: mcgheek Samir Fakhry, M.D., Chief of MUSC's Division of General Surgery, and Michael Yost, PhD, Associate Chair of Research in MUSC's Department of Surgery, discuss the promise of engineered tissues for the treatment of surgical and trauma patients. Engineered tissue can instruct the body to regenerate native tissue instead of generating scar, improving cosmetic and functional outcomes. Bioprinters, 3D printers for living tissue, will help realize the promise of engineered tissue for clinica
David Kerr on Cancer Research
Professor David Kerr discusses his work on colorectal cancer, the process of how new treatments are developed, the changes in the NHS that he has witnessed over his career, and how cancer care differs in developing countries.
Thomas F. DeFrantz: Combining Art and Technology
DeFrantz and his students are exploring new art forms that combine dance with computer science, computational design, filmmaking and other perspectives. Learn more. Thomas F. DeFrantz discusses dance, technology and African American culture. http://today.duke.edu/2012/03/thomasdefrantz
Move in with the Minute Movers!
UMass Amherst welcomed its first-year class of 4560 students as they moved onto campus Aug. 30 to embark a new and exciting chapter in their lives. Primed to help the new students, and their families, were a well-trained cadre of student Minute Movers.
How Jet Engines Work
The invention of the jet engine revolutionized air travel and this video shows how it works and why it is successful. Explains a lot of things that might be valuable to students such as why the engines make noise and work. It would help if the students had a printout of the engine and its parts.
21F.106 Chinese VI (Regular): Discovering Chinese Cultures and Societies (MIT)
This course is the continuation of 21F105. It is designed to further help students develop sophisticated conversational, reading and writing skills by combining traditional textbook material with their own explorations of Chinese speaking societies, using the human, literary, and electronic resources available at MIT and in the Boston area. Some special features of Chinese society, its culture, its customs and habits, its history, and the psychology of its people are introduced. The class consis
Computer Typing Lessons : Proper Posture When Typing On A Computer Keyboard
Learn proper typing posture in this free instructional video. Expert: Jenifer Cononico. English Captions. (1:07)
Evaluation of 'Business Enterprise' Module
This report outlines a process of evaluation for a business enterprise module. This exploratory research investigates the impact of 'contextual' based evaluation of enterprise education curricula
Dodd & Frank on Dodd-Frank: The Politics Behind its Passage | Institute of Politics
Christopher Dodd, Chairman and CEO of the Motion Picture Association of America and former US Senator of Connecticut and Barney Frank, former Representative of Massachusetts to Congress joined moderator Lois Romano to discuss the 2010 legislation that brought changes to financial regulation in the U.S. in response to the financial crisis.
The response of London Business School to the downturn
Professor Sir Andrew Likierman, Dean of London Business School discusses the School's response to the economic downturn
Butt Welding Demonstration
In this video students are demonstrating how to butt weld for auto body repair. It gives safety tips, definitions, and brief how-to instructions.(3:00)
Dear Old Johnny Hopkins by Irv Taylor '39
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How will the current crisis shape the global business environment in the near future?
Helene Rey, Professor of Economics, argues that the policy responses we have seen since the start of the current crisis are so big that they will shape the global business environment for the next five to ten years