X-Rays: Ionizing Radiation, Part 7
This 20:17 minute YouTube film examines occupational exposures to x-rays in medicine, research, and industry. Major topics include health effects, exposures, and protective measures. This instructional film is from Kansas State University's web-based course, GENAG 711, Occupational and Agricultural Health. Copyright 2011, Mitch Ricketts. For an illustrated transcript, copy and paste this web address into your browser " target=״_blank״>http://www.ksre.ksu.edu/agsafe/p.aspx?tabid=47
How the States Got Their Shapes Too
Was Roger Williams too pure for the Puritans, and what does that have to do with Rhode Island? Why did Augustine Herman take 10 years to complete the map that established Delaware? How did Rocky Mountain rogues help create the state of Colorado? All this and more is explained in Mark Stein's new book. Speaker Biography: Mark Stein is a playwright and screenwriter. His plays have been performed off-Broadway and at theaters throughout the country. Stein has also taught writing and drama at Americ
Moctezuma II (Parte 3/5) - Documental en español
Este documental conducirá al antiquísimo corazón de México en busca de la civilización perdida de los aztecas y de su último gran regente: Moctezuma II (1466-1520). (10:01)
Ancient DNA - bringing the past to life (short version)
Taking archeology a step beyond traditional pottery shards, Brian Kemp analyzes ancient DNA (aDNA) from bones, teeth, and desiccated feces (coprolites) to help bring prehistoric Native American cultures alive in ways never before possible. As a molecular anthropologist, Kemp compares archeological findings with genetic information to detect past demographic shifts, population interactions, and movements throughout the Americas. By plotting aDNA together with artifacts in the ground, specific tr
Amazing Octopus Color Transformation
Ever wish you could change shape and color the way the Cyanea octopus can? (02:28)
Perspectives on the Norway Massacre & Breivik Trial Part 2: The Right Wing Climate in Europe
Dr Matt Goodwin, expert in far right extremism from the University of Nottingham's School of Politics and International Relations, talks about the European context behind the actions and philosophy of Anders Breivik.
The Earth's Seasons (in Arabic)
An arabic educational 3d cartoon animation about the Earth's seasons, day and night, and phases of the moon. (2:00)
Article :: How to Preview a Website for Mobile Screens in Adobe Dreamweaver CS6
Learn how to preview a website for mobile screens, including how to locate the finished layout using the Files panel, which lets you browse files without leaving Dreamweaver. You’ll also try the Multiscreen Preview, which lets you see how your site looks at multiple sizes at once.
New York City uses 1.5 billion gallons of water every day. How do you
get that much water to a city of more than 8 million people? Meet
Bernie Daley, a hydro engineer, who knows how to solve this problem. This video shows what this job would be like a career and could also be used to start an investigation of where the school's water supply comes from.
Running time 3:19 minutes
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di = of
a = to, at
da = from, by
per = for
in = in
con = with
su = on
tra or fra = between, among
vicino = near
sopra = above, over, on top of
sotto = below, under
accanto = beside
attorno = around
tramite = through
in classe = in class
fra amici = among friends
con amore = with love
di plastica = of plastic
vicino Roma = near Rome
a Maria = to Maria
Think outside the box! Think of a number and check it against the computer! Substitute numbers for letters to begin learning about algebra!
Vectors and Scalars
An introduction to scalars and vectors. This video teaches how to add and subtract vectors, as well as find the magnitude of a vector in a triangle, as long as you have the magnitude of one of the vectors and the measure of the angle.
Allison Mcintosh - PhD Biomedical Sciences (Subtitled)
Allison talks about the beneficial nature of her work.
Faculty Seminar: Why College? – Education and Citizenship in Modern America
College produces good citizens, right? Yes, but not for the reasons most people think. Watch video of Christopher P. Loss’s talk about the role of higher education in defining changing meanings of democratic citizenship in the 20th century, and explain why coordinated efforts to use education to produce good citizens and to remake society duringkeep reading »
Pedagogical text indexation and exploitation for language learning
In this article we present the MIRTO platform -under development at the University Stendhal of Grenoble- and how it addresses common flaws of CALL software. This platform led to another project: the creation of a pedagogically indexed text base. We introduce here the notion of pedagogical indexation, and confront the particular case of pedagogical indexation for language learning with the existing pedagogical resource description standards, before proposing leads towards the implementation of th
Macau makes play for mass gamblers
July 1 - Macau's big casino players turn from high rollers to China's mass gamblers, as they bid to sustain record revenues and fend off regional rivals. Jon Gordon reports.
9 Conclusion In this unit we have explored the mutual constitution of personal lives and social policy through an analysis of the implications of different aspects of citizenship on the lives of refugees and asylum seekers. We have seen that legislation, social policy and practice concerned with asylum have profound effects on personal lives. Crucially, we saw that the very words used to describe people, their access to welfare, rights to work, legal status and the procedures for becoming a British citize
In this unit we have explored the mutual constitution of personal lives and social policy through an analysis of the implications of different aspects of citizenship on the lives of refugees and asylum seekers. We have seen that legislation, social policy and practice concerned with asylum have profound effects on personal lives. Crucially, we saw that the very words used to describe people, their access to welfare, rights to work, legal status and the procedures for becoming a British citize