Tour the CIA San Antonio Campus
Tour the CIA San Antonio. An extraordinary campus right in the heart of San Antonio; a vibrant food mecca. Go inside the kitchens, get a taste of the great food experience, and get a look at the new CIA Bakery Café .
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Upstate New York- The Erie Canal
A five minute video that explains how the canal was used and how it looks today. Includes where Jello was invented and other tidbits. A good video for students that shows the importance of the canal. After the 2:30 mark the video detours from the canal to the Jello and glass work historical spots.
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PEX4FUN WP7: A Mobile Game for Programmers

PEX4FUN is a Windows Phone 7 game for programmers and even folks who are casually interested in learning how to program - on a mobile phone. This game includes "Intellisense" (automatic code completion as you type), support for C# and VB.NET, many thought-provoking puzzles that programmers will enjoy solv
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Open Classroom: Demography is Destiny 03-16-11 #3
Open Classroom Series 03-16-11 Demography is Destiny Will Demographics Bankrupt Massachusetts? Alan Clayton-Matthews
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Students spend 5 days outside for the homeless
Students from the DeGroote School of Business have been spending their days and nights outside the Student Centre raising money for 5 Days for the Homeless.
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Promoting Cloud Computing: Legal and Policy Challenges
Cloud computing offers the potential for efficiency, cost savings and innovation gains to governments, businesses and individual users alike. And because the cloud transcends national boundaries, cloud computing also offers a unique opportunity to bring Australia and other countries one step closer to achieving the vision of a robust and better-integrated digital market across the region and around the world. To realize these benefits, however, there are public policy and regulatory challenges-
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Fr. Pilarz shares his thought's on Friday's Sweet 16 game
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From Open Educational Resources to Open Educational Practices
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Seminars on Government and the Marketplace 03/29/11 #1
03/29/11 Promoting Responsibility: The Case of Insurance Regulation Chris Bosso
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Floor tiles
This Java applet enables students to develop tessellations, which are patterns on a plane that do not overlap. The student is given a square that can be distorted into quadrilateral shapes by dragging its corners. Users can select colors for the alternating quadrilateral pattern, and a button displays information about the quadrilateral in a second window. The window lists the coordinates of the vertices, angle measurements, side lengths, area, and perimeter of the quadrilateral. From the applet
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Keeping Cool at Deep-Sea Vents
This Astrobiology Magazine article reports that a research team of marine scientists has determined that water chemistry controls the location and distribution of two species of weird worms inhabiting deep-sea hydrothermal vent sites: the tubeworm (Riftia pachyptila) and Pompeii worm (Alvinella pompejana). The article includes color images of the worms and monitoring equipment, links to related web pages and other astrobiology resources, and an MP3 machine text-to-speech function.
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Creature creation - an elaboration writing activity
This lesson will focus on the writing element of elaboration. It will also tap into higher order thinking skills with the creation of a Coastal Plain imaginary animal and a creative story about the creature. This lesson could be linked to 4th grade Science and Social Sciences objectives. For more in-depth knowledge in those other subjects, go to the lesson entitled Researching the Coastal Plain.
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Sound and Light
The Sound and Light unit provides students with an understanding of sound and light waves through the theme of the “Sunken Treasure,” a continuous story line throughout the lessons. In Lessons 1-5, students learn about sound, and in Lessons 6-10, they explore the concepts of light. The first lesson introduces the concepts of longitudinal and transverse waves. Students then move on to the concepts of wavelength and amplitude in transverse waves. In the third lesson, students learn about sound
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Protect That Pill
Students reinforce their knowledge of the different parts of the digestive system and explore the concept of simulation by developing a pill coating that can withstand the churning actions and acidic environment found in the stomach. Teams test the coating durability by using a clear soda to simulate stomach acid.
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