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Amateur Video by Student-Illustration of Lightning
Young man gives demonstration of how lightning happens during a storm. He uses animations(clouds, protons, electrons) and two different viewpoints of description. Amateur video but very creative. I think young/intermediate students could really relate to this. Running time is 2:10.

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Amazing Charlie & The Chocolate Factory Teaching Resources

Teaching Roald Dahl's classic "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a guaranteed winner".  Kids love reading the book, which is simple on the surface and can be finished within a week or two.

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Penn Staters answer the question, "How would you describe the essence of Penn State spirit?"
In our new weekly feature, "Penn State answers..." we went to the streets (actually the we were at the Allen Street Gates) to ask you our "question of the day." This week- "How would describe Penn State spirit?"
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Visual Studio Ultimate 2012: Load testing applications in Visual Studio | Visual Studio 2012 Premium

This short video shows how to perform load testing of your application directly in Visual Studio.


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Careers - interview success
Find out how to prepare for an interview -- the research to undertake, the types of questions you may be asked and how to structure your answers.
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Interviews with former and current students of Finnish
Interviews with former and current students of Finnish.
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In 2007 bracht het Ministerie Van Onderwijs de brochure 'Veilig Online, tips voor veilig ICT-gebruik op school' uit. Deze brochure bevatte ook een aantal technische en pedagogische tools om leerkrachten en ICT-coordinatoren op weg te …


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LQP Asks: Are you looking forward to the completion of the Sun Link Modern Streetcar?
LQP Asks: Are you looking forward to the completion of the Sun Link Modern Streetcar?
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Studying development in Ethiopia (UCL)
Earlier this summer, 85 MSc students from the UCL Bartlett's Development Planning Unit conducted a series of research projects in northern Ethiopia. This video features MSc student Adlah Alkurdi and her group's research into the ways in which secondary education can help reduce poverty. Footage: Barry O'Brien, Adlah Alkurdi and the MSc students on the DPU's Development Administration and Planning course Further info: http://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/dpublog/2012/06/21/reflections-from-ethiopia/ http://w
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Week One Introduction
OHCC, Fall 2012
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Joy Jiang: Study Abroad in Israel
Joy Jiang ('13, Mechanical Engineering) discusses her experiences studying abroad in Israel at the Israel Institute of Technology.
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Entropy
Don Johnson
Shannon showed the power of probabilistic models for symbolic-valued signals. The dey quantity that characterizes such a signal is the entropy of its alphabet.
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Collab: Four Decades of Giving Modern and Contemporary Design
May 21, 2011 - October 21, 2012: This exhibition highlights Collab’s gifts from the last four decades, celebrating the organization’s contributions to the Museum as well as presenting a chronological overview of modern and contemporary design in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
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Reconciliation in Politics? On The Meaning of Justice in the Wake Of Massive Injustice
Fall 2012 Professors for Lunch Series, sponsored by Notre Dame's Tocqueville Program for Inquiry Into Religion and American Public Life, in partnership with the Office for Undergraduate Studies and the Dean's Fellows. Notre Dame Professor Daniel Philpott, discussed his book Just and Unjust Peace: An Ethic of Political Reconciliation (Oxford University Press), on Friday, August 31, 2012 at noon in the Oak Room at the South Dining Hall on the campus of The University of Notre Dame. A panel disc
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How to console oneself and others - Professor Han Baltussen
Professor Han Baltussen presents the 2012 Classics & Ancient History Lecture 'How to console oneself and others: ancient and modern perspectives on managing grief'. He considers the ways in which humans across history have been dealing with grief. The universal nature of our response to loss can be studied by looking at methods of consolation.Professor Baltussen uses a comparative angle to show that the approach of this 'healing arts' has something to offer the modern age. Han Baltussen has a
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Initial value problem
Aurèle Balavoine
This module describes some conditions that guarantee the existence and uniqueness of the solution to an Ordinary Differential Equation with initial value condition.
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Circumference

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Breakingviews: Fed honeymoon may be brief
Sept. 14 - The flood of cheap dollars from the Fed will lift all boats for a while. But QE is sure to trouble non-U.S. central bankers say Breakingviews.
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This Day in History June 8: King Assassination Suspect Arrested
On this day 1968 James Earl Ray, an escaped American convict, is arrested in London, England, and charged with the assassination of African American civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. Also on this day in 1939, FDR welcomed King George VI and Queen Elizabeth to the Washington. (1:00)
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Circumference
Students will review parts of a circle and how to use a formula to find the circumference of a circle.