Hearing the Japanese Earthquake - Clip 3
In this recording of the 2011 Japanese earthquake, taken from measurements in California, the quake created subtle movements deep in the San Andreas Fault. The initial noise, which sounds like distant thunder, corresponds with the Japanese mainshock. Afterwards, a continuous high-pitch sound, similar to rainfall that turns on and off, represents induced tremor activity at the fault. This animation not only help scientists explain the concept of distant triggering to general audiences, but also p
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Our Rights Of The Child Scrapbook
Respecting a child's race, colour, gender, religion, political view, nationality, origin of birth. What does this have to do with the students in my classroom or children all over the world? Ethics and social responsibility in the classroom are invited in this unit of study. Have your students ever thought about looking at an idea through different lenses? What about thinking about one item in different ways? Through the thinking, writing, speaking exercises the students will examine the Declara
Center for Trades and Energy Training - Articulation Signing 2/29/12
Articulation Agreement Signing with College of Southern Maryland and Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors' National Association.
Andrew Jackson and the Constitution
Gerard Magliocca discusses constitutional law through a comparison on Jacksonian politics and contemporary politics. Both Jackson and Bush have been demonized for their allegedly unconstitutional practices.
PTVB Christmas Special
World War I Packs
In a Mail Call video, R. Lee Ermey answers a question from Mark of Kansas who wants to know what was in a World War I backpack. Ermey reveals that the backpacks WWI soldiers had to wear served to be an annoyance. (3:35)
Professional Development WLU
An explanation of incidence as the measurement of disease frequency
Professors Are Involved
Sure, some classes are big. But core courses? The ones that are unique to your major? Those professors will know you, help you, guide you and mentor you.
"Venezuela Speaks!" (video)
For the last decade, Venezuela’s “Bolivarian Revolution” has captured international attention. Poverty, inequality, and unemployment have all dropped, while health, education, and living standards have seen a commensurate rise. Venezuela Speaks! is the real, bottom-up account of the country's bloodless uprising and reorganization. Co-editor Carlos Martinez will explain how the stories in Venezuela Speaks! offer a different perspective than that of the international mainstream media, which
Economic Update on WBAI Mar 10th, 2012
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SIOP Vocabulary Lesson
March of the Dinosaurs: Part 1
Join Scar, a young Edmontosaurus as he embarks on his first migration across America to escape the long winter and find the sun again. Not for younger viewers. (14:14)
COM300 Session 10 Spring 2012
Organizational Communications with Geri Girardin 03/09/12 Guest: Brad Wald
Redwoods: The Tallest Trees
Photographer Nick Nichols spent a year planning the nearly impossible: a top-to-bottom photograph of a 300-foot-tall redwood tree. (01:28)
This eight minute video explains how this river is impacted by modern technology and presents some pro and con arguments for this movement. Excellent visuals and interviews.
That's What Leprechauns Do - By Eve Bunting
A fun book to read for St. Patricks Day about leprechauns causing a bit of trouble. This read aloud is done by Mrs. Boyle.(7:52)