Card (in Afrikaans) to educate pesticide users about the meanings of commonly used pictograms and symbols, which ar
How Religious Were the Founding Fathers?
Gordon Brown gives a lecture about this topic. A good insight into the part religion played in the early part of America as the people were religious and how various groups grew. However, some major leaders were not religious. Well worth watching.
Is direct knowledge of pure fact is not possible?!! Max Weber sought to advance three new claims based on "verstehen."
Lokaliseren : Educatief pakket Top Secret
Met dit leermiddel kruip je in de huid van een spion en ontdek hoe je je vliegensvlug moet oriënteren, zodat je in alle situaties de beste vluchtweg kan kiezen. Hoe wetenschap en technologie worden toegepast in de wereld van …
Isadora Duncan shown in photographs
This video shows Isadora Duncan in photographs. She is shown through out her life. Duncan lived from 1877-1927. She was considered by many to be the creator of modern dance. The photographs are set to music.(4:06)
Profiles With Terry Bradshaw
The UST Opus College of Business is featured on Profiles, hosted by Terry Bradshaw. Here from UST MBA students and alumni about the impact their degrees have made on their careers and learn why the college is so successful in preparing alumni to make a difference in the world.
Matthew Pearl, Nov. 19, 2004
Matthew Pearl graduated from Harvard University summa cum laude in English and American Literature in 1997. In 1998, he won the prestigious Dante Prize from the Dante Society of America for his scholarly work. His first novel, The Dante Club, a New York Times bestseller, is being translated into over a dozen languages around the world. He wrote the first draft while attending Yale Law School, where he received his J.D. in 2000.
The Great Wall
Built in stages over many centuries, the Great Wall of China stretches
more than 6,400 kilometers, or nearly 4,000 miles through northern
China. China's first emperor, Qin Shi Huang, began constructing the wall in the 3rd century BC to protect the northern borders of his empire from Mongolians and other nomadic invaders.
Europe: the struggle for supremacy, 1453 to the present [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Brendan Simms | Editor's note: We apologise for the microphone hum on this recording. If there is a fundamental truth of geopolitics, it is this: whoever controls the core of Europe controls the entire continent, and whoever controls all of Europe potentially dominates the world. Over the past five centuries, a rotating cast of kings and conquerors, presidents and dictators have set their sights on the European heartland, desperate to seize this pivotal area or at least pre
Write a Shape Poem
A shape poem describes an object and is written in the shape of that object. In this online tool, students can select 19 shapes from four different themes: Nature, School, Sports, and Celebrations.
Students are pr
Early Japan Feudalism
During the 600s, Japan used China as a model of knowledge for their country. Nobels and officials would be sent to China for "selective borrowing" (Japan selecting the best part of Chinese culture while preserving their own unique identity). Japan created government and writing systems that are similar to the Chinese. During the Heian Period (794-1185), Japan created highy refined culture and arts. Proper etiquette, appearance, and education was very important. This eight minute video is a lectu
Board of Trustees 5/20/14
Board of Trustees 5/20/14
About St. Petersburg College:
In 1927, St. Petersburg College (then known as St. Petersburg Junior College) became Florida's first private, non-profit, two-year school of higher learning located in downtown St. Petersburg. Full accreditation followed in 1931 and in 1948 SPC became a public college.
In June 2001, SPJC officially became St. Petersburg College when Florida's governor signed legislation making it the fir
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