Origami Proof of the Pythagorean Theorem
This video shows how folding paper can help students learn about the Pythagorean theorem. The video can be stopped to allow students to keep pace with the folding and explanation.  (03:14)
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Three Little Pigs - American WWII Propaganda
'Blitz Wolf' is an MGM cartoon directed by Tex Avery in 1942. It juxtaposes the Second World War with the famous tale of the three little pigs. The ten minute video can be used to show students how propaganda is used. Preview is recommended.
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ISS Update - Nov. 28, 2011
The International Space Station video update for Nov. 28, 2011.
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AOL ad revenues will stabilize by 2013, CEO says
Nov. 28 - AOL Chairman and CEO Tim Armstrong says metrics for his company are improving and that the stock will recover along with those fundamentals.
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U.S. Day Ahead: Signs of house prices stabilizing
Reuters Correspondent Jason Lange says the S&P/Case-Shiller index looks like it could be settling with home prices possibly rising in 2012.
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Too much demand, too little space: Chinese VOGUE
China’s booming luxury goods market means even the fashion industry’s flagship publication is working flat out to keep pace.
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Want a successful merger? Be similar yet different enough
Companies frequently cite synergies as a motivation for mergers. However, research shows many related mergers do produce increased cash flows and new products.
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Discovering hidden drug-drug interactions from adverse event reports
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Francophonie MAEE (video)

Francophonie et modernité sont liées. La réalisation d'un grand portail d'orthophonie aboutira en octobre 2008. Albert Benhamou présente les 6 portails constituant le grand portail. Un effort considérable est donc accompli pour 200 millions de locuteurs en France. Le portail des Lumières francophones répond aux besoins d'informations culturelles et gratuites , sera éditorialisé (musées, bibliothèques, institutions, radios, INA) accessible par le portable et diffusé dans le Sud. C
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Francophonie MAEE (audio)

Francophonie et modernité sont liées. La réalisation d'un grand portail d'orthophonie aboutira en octobre 2008. Albert Benhamou présente les 6 portails constituant le grand portail. Un effort considérable est donc accompli pour 200 millions de locuteurs en France. Le portail des Lumières francophones répond aux besoins d'informations culturelles et gratuites , sera éditorialisé (musées, bibliothèques, institutions, radios, INA) accessible par le portable et diffusé dans le Sud. C
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Experts 2011 - L'expertise en comptabilité et finance (audio)

Colloque des Compagnies des Experts de Justice du Grand Est.

Organisé par la Compagnie de Reims sous la présidence d’honneur de Monsieur le Premier Président et de Monsieur le Procureur Général de la Cour d’Appel de Reims.

Titre : L'expertise en comptabilité et finance

Intervenants: Mr Emmanuel CHARRIER, Professeur-associé à l'universté Paris-Dauphine, expert-comptable et commissaire aux comptes, expert près de la Cour d'appel de Paris, Mr. Franci
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Trouble de la pensée et identité (audio)

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Session Pensée et identité / sous la présidence d'Olivier Faure

Dans les atteintes cérébrales avec troubles cognitifs, un des fondements essentiels de l'humain est ébranlé : la cognition n
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Illustrated Lecture and Book Signing: Dr. Gail Levin
Distinguished art historian Dr. Gail Levin discusses and gives a PowerPoint illustrated lecture on her new book, Lee Krasner: A Biography—the first full-length account of Lee Krasner's influential and colorful life. Levin presents Krasner as an independent, resourceful woman and an artist of uncompromising talent and remarkable energy. Debunking previous portrayals that depict Krasner solely as the long-suffering wife of Jackson Pollock, Levin allows her to emerge as a significant artist in he
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Doceri : Bedien je digibord of projectie op afstand met je iPad
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Met Doceri iPad app en Doceri Desktop software kan je je computer (of die van een leerling) van op afstand controleren. Deze software zorg ervoor dat je niet aan je digibord of bij je projectie moet blijven staan. Je krijgt een kopie van je scherm …


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French Explorers
Stories of the New World intrigued French rulers. Although they wanted a share of the American gold and silver, they were more interested in finding a westward route to Asia. In 1524, the French king commissioned Italian explorer Giovanni da Verrazano to search for a passageway through the New World. Verrazano spotted the coast of South Carolina and sailed north as far as Nova Scotia, but found no such water route or valuable treasure.
A decade later, French navigator Jacque Cartier led t

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CofC Grad Discovers International Law, Human Rights -- Honors College, Study Abroad, the Peace Corps
Joseph (Yusuf) Saei '10 fully leveraged his opportunities at the College of Charleston. Among other accomplishments, this philosophy major (with minors in French and communication) served internships in the arts world in New York City, won a grant to study abroad in Cairo, Egypt, published two essays in the College's research journal Chrestomathy, and received the institution's highest honor upon graduation -- the Bishop Robert Smith Award. Since then, he has studied Arabic in Morocco as a Rotar
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These Business Schools Will Get You a Better Job

Do you want to know the average starting salary of Stanford grads? The percentage of Harvard grads that lead finance careers? Whatever you want to know, The Princeton Review has the answer.

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Outrage in Yemen
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