Lady Miller of Batheaston - Martin Sturge
Martin Sturge talks about Lady Anna Miller of Batheaston. Mr Sturge is deeply involved with the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution and sponsored the rebinding of a rare volume of Lady Miller's Poetical Assemblies held in the institution's historic library.
Intimations of immortality
Professor Malcolm Johnson from the Department of Social and Policy Sciences at the University of Bath looks at the changing face of death in an ageing society.
Learning Management System,
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Read a Book Today!
In this video segment from Between the Lions, the Lion family sing about different types and genres of books. This video segment provides a resource for Book and Print Awareness. (1:02)
Making an Origami Dinosaur
Take a trip back in time with Origami master Michael LaFosse as he folds an origami dinosaur. Clear directions are given as the dinosaur is folded step-by-step.
Anne Frank: The Whole Story Part 4 of 19
This selection contains part four of the mini-series about the life of Anne Frank. ( See part one for complete description of series.) This portion shows Jewish people being required to wear the Star of David to identify themselves and cruel treatment of Jewish people. At the end of the video, Mr. Frank reveals that the family will go into hiding. In the final scene, Anne receives her diary. ( Video contains some violent scenes.) ( 10:05)
Word Family -ame-
Shock is the beatbox king! Listen as he works his magic on word families. The goal for this segment is word family -ame-. (0:34)
Faculty are great
Faculty at Krannert are very hands-on and also volunteer in extra-curricular activities
What Advisors do
Advisors' job is to help students help themselves to become successful and control their own destiny
ORAL HISTORY INITIATIVE: On Elizabeth Bishop || Woodberry Poetry Room
Frank Bidart, Megan Marshall, Gail Mazur, Lloyd Schwartz & Rosanna Warren In commemoration of the centennial of Elizabeth Bishop's birth, the Woodberry Poetry Room hosted an oral history conversation featuring Bishop's friends and students Lloyd Schwartz, Frank Bidart, Megan Marshall, Gail Mazur and Rosanna Warren (whose mother was Bishop's roommate at Vassar). The conversation included about Bishop's undergraduate escapades and its relationship to "The Group," her relationship with her mentor
Radio Caroline ship sinks
1:41 The sinking of the radio ship M.V. Mi-Amigo, back in March 1979. Includes interview with DJ Tom Anderson
Collaborative, participatory, and empowerment (CP&E) evaluation
This course deals with the collaborative, participatory and empowerment approaches to evaluation in the rural development projects and programs. The main contents of this course are: Importance and relevance of the evaluation of rural development projects and programs Review of evaluation concepts and methodologies Collaborative and Participatory evaluation Empowerment Evaluation methodology and its different application contexts Ethnography, culture and management of focus groups as 3 key t
Mads Kristensen Takes the Pain Out of CSS If CSS has ever caused you frustration or degraded your relationship with your art director or design team, the answer to your woes is right around the corner. A few weeks ago on Web Camps TV, Mads Kristensen introduced you to Visual Studio 11 Beta's improved CSS support. If you liked that new
If CSS has ever caused you frustration or degraded your relationship with your art director or design team, the answer to your woes is right around the corner. A few weeks ago on Web Camps TV, Mads Kristensen introduced you to Visual Studio 11 Beta's improved CSS support. If you liked that new
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Can't Hide the Pride Weekend: April 20-22 -- College of Charleston
For one weekend in April, College of Charleston students, faculty, staff and alumni donned maroon and white to show their Cougar pride. This video is a collection of the more than 85 images posted on Facebook from around the campus and around the world.
Love, Fear, and Greed: Why We Should Go to the Asteroids || Center for Astrophysics
Martin Elvis, CfA Most people fear asteroids as a threat to life on Earth. Scientists' love of knowledge drives them to check out the material our planet grew from. And a few visionaries have argued that the mineral wealth in the asteroids is huge. April 19, 2012
Cambodia Trash Mountain
Marc Fournier on Domination and Depression
Psychology professor, Marc Fournier, on Domination and Depression. His lecture was delivered at University of Toronto-Scarborough as part of the 2008 Big Ideas Best Lecturer competition.