IBM computational biologist Dr Ajay Royyuru and computer scientist Professor Justin Zobel discuss the intersection of life sciences with high-end computing, and how computational scale may dramatically enhance biological and genetic research. With science host Dr Shane Huntington.
The Student Leader
In this video segment from the American Experience: "Freedom Riders" Web site, watch interviews and newsreel footage and see archival photos to learn about the early efforts of a prominent student leader of the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. Diane Nash, a young Chicago native, was attending Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee, when she was introduced to nonviolent direct action. She quickly became an influential student activist through her leadership of sit-ins in Nashville, her p
Sliding Down to the End of the Alphabet Song
"Sliding Down to the End of the Alphabet" is an upbeat rock and roll song that teaches the more difficult diagonals and the end of the alphabet. This video shows a classroom of students singing along and dancing to this song as they practice writing letters such as v, w, x, y, and z using their bodies.
The Second Annual Symphony of Chefs
The annual Symphony of Chefs, held February 27, uses good music and good food to help sick children. Professor Robert Krout of SMU's Music Therapy Program and two SMU grads talk with Good Morning Texas about the event.
Google Docs : Documenten delen
Met Google Docs kan je documenten, rekenbladen en presentaties aanmaken, die online worden opgeslagen. Al dit materiaal kan je delen met andere gebruikers, die dit online kunnen bewerken.
Hoe je documenten deelt, staat …
Introduction toTelescopes (1/2)
Join award winning teacher Jonathan Bergmann as he interactively teaches Astronomy: Introduction toTelescopes. The tool of the trade of astronomy is the telescope. This lesson describes the basics of telescopes, history of the telescope, and the way modern astronomers utilize the telescope. The powers of telescopes
( collecting, focusing, and resolving) are also explained. ( 9:51)
SANKORÉ Session III : Conférence invitée
PREMIER SÉMINAIRE INTERNATIONAL SANKORÉ DE RECHERCHE UNIVERSITAIRE SUR LA PÉDAGOGIE NUMÉRIQUE
SANKORÉ Session III : Conférence invitée
Délégué Interministériel aux Usages du Numérique
Réflexions prospectives sur les évolutions technologiques en cours ?
Pour quels impacts sur les communautés éducatives ?
"Climate Change & the International Negotiations" (video)
Since the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change was established in 1994, efforts to secure international agreement on climate policy have gained increasing attention, but compromise on the issues has not been easy to achieve.
CHIN 302-01, Advanced Chinese, Spring 2008
We will continue to put more emphasis on listening and speaking this semester. By doing speech, conversation and discussing China News which the students choose from Chinese websites, students can express themselves and communicate with each other in Chinese, and get a good habit reading Chinese materials which contain large amount of information. Also, we will play games based on the characters and text contents in class to improve the comprehensive ability of using Chinese. By the end of this
How Telescopes Work - Ways to Gather Light
This is an episode of "The Star Party," a video guide to amateur astronomy from the crew of Orion Telescopes & Binoculars. This video explains how telescopes gather light to aid the human eye to see objects that are light years away and is suitable for older elementary, middle school, and high school students. (02:30)
Anne Wiazemsky, ciné-fille (sous-titres japonais) (video)
Anne Wiazemsky, actrice iconique du cinéma d'auteur des années 1960-1970, a trouvé sa voie propre avec la littérature. Son roman Jeune fille, démystifie la relation qu’elle a entretenue sur le plateau avec Robert Bresson, alors qu’elle était une adolescente en mal d'identité. Entre séduction et perversité, soumission et irrévérence. Débat entre Anne Wiazemsky et Yomota Inuhiko, essayiste, critique et historien spécialiste du cinéma et de littérature comparée, prof
Science Bob--Chicken Sounds From a Plastic Cup-Sounding Boards
Use items you have at home to make the sounds of a chicken while learning about sounding boards. Supplies are simple and include string, plastic cup, paper towel, and paper clip. This would be a great project for home or for school. Students will enjoy this fun activity. (2:04)
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