Civil Engineering at Clemson University - Proving Hope for the Future
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This short talk focuses on writing a good conclusion to an essay. (01:16)
NASA | Earth's Water Cycle
Water is the fundamental ingredient for life on Earth. Looking at our Earth from space, with its vast and deep ocean, it appears as though there is an abundance of water for our use. However, only a small portion of Earth's water is accessible for our needs. How much fresh water exists and where it is stored affects us all. This animation uses Earth science data from a variety of sensors on NASA Earth observing satellites as well as cartoons to describe Earth's water cycle and the continuous mov
Apollo 11 Moonwalk Montage
In this video clip, provided by NASA, see the highlights of the July 20, 1969 Apollo 11 moonwalk in newly restored raw footage. (2:00)
Chefs@Google: Karen Krasne
Karen Krasne, Owner and Executive Chef of Extraordinary Desserts, visited Google LA to talk about her book "Extraordinary Cakes" and demonstrate how to make bread pudding. This talk took place on July 31, 2012.
Simple animations to explain complex procedures Below are a collection of animated GIF files that do a brilliant job at visually explaining how complex mechanical procedures such as how a sewing machine works. These would be great for science and engineering students or simply those who have an inquisitive mind. Enjoy. Author(s):
Radial Aircraft Engine:
Below are a collection of animated GIF files that do a brilliant job at visually explaining how complex mechanical procedures such as how a sewing machine works. These would be great for science and engineering students or simply those who have an inquisitive mind. Enjoy.
ORAL HISTORY INITIATIVE: ON WILLIAM AND BEVERLY CORBETT || Woodberry Poetry Room
Forty-Four Years of Boston Literary Life Introduced by Daniel Bouchard and moderated by Fanny Howe, this conversation explores the poetic and artistic friendships of Bill and Beverly Corbett---as their lives intersected with Paul Auster, Basil Bunting, Robert Creeley, Elsa Dorfman, Philip Guston, Seamus and Marie Heaney, Fanny and Susan Howe, James Laughlin, Michael Palmer, James Schuyler, John Wieners and countless others, as well as such Cambridge/Boston gathering-places as the Grolier Poetry
This is the first chapter of the book for seniors starting their senior project. This chapter gives them some overview of TI, how to use TI to their benefit, some useful URLs and the basic rules […]
Aesop's Fables: The Sun and the Wind
A photo slide show presentation set to the narration of the Aesop's fable, "The Sun and the Wind." This story teaches the moral of "Persuasion is better than force," or in other words "Be gentle and kind and good things will find you." A few sound glitches. (2:16)
This song teaches recognition of each letter and sound in the alphabet. Letters and pictures (examples) are given for each. (02:29)
Letter Tales (Song)
This is a song about each letter and the sounds they make. Image on screen does not change. (06:12)
U.S. Morning Call: BoE cuts forecast; Standard Chartered gets ammo
Aug. 8 - The Bank of England slashes its growth outlook but gives no indication that it will push for further stimulus.
Las Memorias: Inspirational performances highlight WSU outreach project
Twenty high school students will take the stage in five Washington communities to share pieces of their life stories. The performances will be part of Washington State University's Las Memorias 2012 — a program that provides a fresh approach to helping youth build skills that will help them become more successful students. The skills include writing, public speaking, working in teams and setting priorities. The end goal is to provide at-risk students with the tools they need to graduate from
The Future of the Harvard Library
Imagining the Harvard Library through the eyes of students and faculty—a few ideas to start a conversation. This animation was produced by IdeaRocket in collaboration with a Harvard Library team.
The Excretory System: From Your Heart to the Toilet - CrashCourse Biology #29
Hank takes us on the fascinating journey through our excretory system to learn how our kidneys make work. (12:21)
Australia athletes slipping, but coaches cashing in
Aug. 10 - The land down under is suffering its worst performance in the pool since 1976...while Australia's coaches are getting paid big bucks in China and the UK for gold medals.
Market Pulse: perfect ten for European stocks
Aug. 10 - Europe's Eurofirst 300 blue-chip index racks up its tenth straight weekly gain - the longest winning streak since 2005.