Duke Chapel Live - 6/10/2012
A service of worship in Duke University Chapel. The Reverend Dr David Stubbs delivers a sermon entitled "Rescue and Release." Bulletin: http://bit.ly/KLOhk7 Opening Excerpt from the Sermon: (31:58) "When it comes to combating the forces of evil, there is no one quite like John Paul Letterock. Now, he may not be the new Sherlock Holmes or one of the Avengers, but still he is a bit of a hero to me. John Paul Letterock is a peace builder. For the past 25 years he has willingly walked into situat
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Essential Science for Teachers: Life Science: Session 1. What Is Life?
What distinguishes living things from dead and nonliving things? No single characteristic is enough to define what is meant by “life.” In this session, five characteristics are introduced as unifying themes in the living world.,This clip shows some difficult objects to classify as living, non-living soil, or dead crab shell, egg, potato. Are they alive?
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Bereiding van diëthylether : Practicum
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In dit practicum toon je aan dat de dehydratie van alcohol in aanwezigheid van zwavelzuur leidt tot de vorming van ether. Vervolgens doe je een rendementsbepaling van het gevormde ether.

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Neurosurgery - What is it?
This patient education program reviews the anatomy of the nervous system, brain diseases, diseases of the spine and spinal cord, as well as peripheral nerve diseases that may be treated with neurosurgery. This is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
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Virtual Lava Tube (Interactive)
Lava tubes are cave formations found where volcanoes generate surface flows in the western United States, Japan, Italy, Australia, Pacific Ocean islands, and other areas. They vary in size and complexity, from short, straight formations to multi-leveled labyrinths that extend for miles. The largest and most extensive lava tubes discovered to date are in Hawaiʻi, where lava flows can travel more than 80 kilometers (50 miles) from their source. This interactive activity, adapted from The Vir
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This 2:31 video provides an overview of the history of the Aztecs and where they lived and how they lived. A good overview.
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Franklin Roosevelt Returns From Yalta
In February 1945, "Big Three" leaders, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin, met at Yalta to discuss the reorganization of post-war Europe. In an address to Congress on March 1, 1945, President Roosevelt reports the achievements of the gathering. (3:43)
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In dit practicum onderzoek je wat er gebeurt als je een gelijkstroom stuurt doorheen verschillende  elektrolytoplossingen. 

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Interview with Annie Manuel, Tohono O’odham Potter
Lisa Falk, ASM director of education, talks with Annie Manuel, a potter from Hickiwan, Arizona, about her art. The interview took place at a Culture Craft Saturday program at Arizona State Museum, May 2007.
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The Census of Marine Life is a sweeping 10-year effort to catalog life in the ocean. Four of its fourteen field projects focus on the tiniest sea creatures—microbes, larvae, zooplankton, and burrowers—which are the most numerous of marine species. In fact, the number of microbial species in the ocean is estimated to be 1,000 times greater than the rest of the planet's known biodiversity. This Bio Bulletin highlights this research effort in celebration of the International Year of Biodiversit
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This video provides some insight into the subjects shown in Albrecht Dürer's, The Four Apostles, oil on wood, 1526 (Alte Pinakothek, Munich) . It explains the art techniques used. Best used in an art or religion class. (10:08)
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Chem 51C (Spring 2012): Introduction to Carbohydrates: Structure and Stereochemistry
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SI 521 - Special Topics: Open Educational Resources and the University of Michigan

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No hay explicaciones en este video, pero es interesante ver cómo se va modificando el dibujo utilizando botellas recicladas. Creo que manda un mensaje positivo a los niños y se puede usar para clases de arte o en clubs de conservación. (1:36)
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The University of Toledo will break ground on its new $36 million Interprofessional Immersive Simulation Center today, June 18, as it announces a dramatic scaling up of prior plans that now will embed simulation technologies beyond medical and health education and ultimately include interdisciplinary educational collaboration spanning the arts, the humanities, the natural sciences and engineering.
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