Bill Nye The Science Guy on The Eyeball (Full Clip)
Take a look... with your eye. You'll see how it works. You'll see things right side up that start out upside down. It's a quick trick your brain pulls. Your brain, by the way, is the part of your eyes that you can see. Click, and have a look-see. (02:13)
This 14 minute video explores a number of different career
refreshment opportunities as three teachers discuss the breaks they took from their day-to-day roles. This is a British video, but the ideas are valid for teachers most everywhere.
A Journey Through the Human Eye: How We See
We depend on our eyes more than any other sense, however many of us take this precious gift for granted. Without them, we could not experience a beautiful sunset, see the faces of our loved ones, or view the natural marvels of the world. We rely on our eyesight for so much, but most people have only a vague idea of how our eyes work. There are actually many different parts of the eye working together to form a unique self-sustaining system. Though smaller than a ping-pong ball, the eye allows us
Bruce West, professor of photography - Academic Spotlight
Bruce West, professor of photography in the art and design department, recently exhibited his photos highlighting the State of Mississippi. The exhibit, titled "Mississippi Photographs 1860s-Present," was on display in the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans. The exhibit is a survey of Mississippi photography over the last 150 years. It included work from Professor West and other photographers, such as Walker Evans, William Eggleston and author Eudora Welty. Professor West's appearan
How to Make Sea Creature Magnets
Watch this video to learn how to make an adorable sea creature magnet. This video teachers the viewers to finger knit and tie a slip knot in order to complete this project. A teacher explains and demonstrates the project in detail step-by-step. (09:40)
Catherine the Great
This 45 minute biography of this famous Russian female leader. It uses actors, interviews and original art to help explain to students her traits and accomplishments. There are a few brief images of the female body that make previewing this video a requirement to make sure it is within the bounds of district policy.
The Lorax by Dr. Seuss
This 25 minute video tells this story using animation. Dr. Seuss videos and books have several messages that could be the center of a discussion for the class.
Skills for Learning at Leeds Metropolitan University
Find out more about how the Skills for Learning website and programme of workshops can help you boost your study skills. Visit the Skills for Learning website for more information: http://skillsforlearning.leedsmet.ac.uk/
Multiple Sclerosis - Cranial Nerves Exam - Oculomotor, Trochlear, Abducens (CN III, IV, VI) Sub-exam
Janie is a 39-year-old Caucasian female who initially presented with weakness and L'Hermitte’s phenomena at the age of 35. Initially mistaken as a TIA, MRI of the brain revealed numerous plaques in the white matter suggesting Multiple Sclerosis. Her lumbar puncture initially failed to demonstrate the presence of oligoclonal bands, but since progression of the disease over the past few years bands have developed.
Sexisme Nantes 2011 - Conclusion (video)
«Violences faites aux femmes…conséquence du sexisme ordinaire»
Colloque à Nantes le vendredi 25 novembre 2011.
Organisé par Gynécologie Sans Frontières, la Mission départementale aux droits des femmes et à l’égalité de la Direction Départementale de la Cohésion Sociale de Loire-Atlantique et le Service
de Gynécologie –Obstétrique du CHU de Nantes.
- La prise en charge des femmes victimes de violences par les service
«Violences faites aux femmes…conséquence du sexisme ordinaire»
"How Linking Changes the Role of Library Data: Examples from the Wider World" Thomas Baker (Dublin C
By: SWIB Discussion in the W3C Library Linked Data Incubator Group (2010-2011) tended to focus on the benefits of linked-data technology to libraries. This talk explores how library data - datasets, element sets, and value vocabularies - when linked, provide new forms of support to scholarly and cultural communities in the wider world. Well-maintained value vocabularies, their concepts identified by URI and backed by institutional persistence policies, can function as magnets, forming hubs of in
Gengo Spanish #28 - The Latin American Tour
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! When you planned your trip to Mexico, your friend was meant to be showing you around, but now he’s been called away on business. For a couple of days, you’ve been wandering around aimlessly, but you’ve just overheard some people excitedly talking about a tour they’d just finished…maybe that’s what you [...]
Multiple Sclerosis - Coordination Exam - Upper Extremities Sub-exam - Patient 16
Shelly is a 38-year-old African American female who initially presented with transverse myelitis 2 years ago. A lumbar puncture revealed multiple oligoclonal bands in the cerebral spinal fluid. MRI has demonstrated numerous plaques in the bilateral cerebral white matter. She eventually went on to recover from her initial attack but since her second attack has continued to progressively worsen. Her gait and other motor functioning have deteriorated and she is now wheelchair bound.
Catholic Mass - 2/12/2012 (Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time)
Duke Catholic Center's Celebration of the Eucharist Father Matthew Monnig, SJ, presiding Fr. Michael Martin, OFM http://catholic.duke.edu Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time Service begins @ 7:15 Homily begins @ 23:07 Scripture: First Reading: Leviticus 13:1-2, 44-46 Psalm 31: I Put My Life in Your Hands (43) Second Reading: 1 Corinthians 10:31-11:1 Gospel: Mark 1:40-45 Hymns (from the the Gather hymnal, ©1994): Processional Hymn: Lift Up Your Hearts (558) Offertory Hymn: Take Up Your Cross (698
This animation (start by clicking on image) demonstrates the structure of transfer RNA. A linear sequence of nucleotides anneals into a cruciform shape, which folds into an L form. An aminoacyl bond then forms with an incoming amino acid.
« Responsabilité et approche collaborative : qui doit répondre de la wikialité ? » dans le cadr
Le « web 2.0 » passionne face aux potentialités infinies qu’il semble être capable de proposer. Dans la courte, très courte histoire d’Internet, des relents de « nouveaux espaces », quelque peu comparables à ceux des années 1995-1996 apparaissent. Des espaces lointains, où le droit est omniprésent, de plus en plus, et ce, même si souvent son application pose problème. Du nouveau droit déjà obsolète, de l’ancien dont l’application est parfois douteuse, la communauté jurid
La vida de Napoleón Bonaparte (en español)
De una familia modesta pasó a convertirse en emperador francés y causó terror entre los gobiernos europeos. Napoleón Bonaparte nació el 15 de agosto de 1769 en Ajaccio, la capital de la actual Córcega. Descubre la biografía del militar y gobernante francés que puso en jaque a toda Europa. (aprox. 4 minutos)
Act 1 - Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare
Video 42:22- Scene I: 00:59, Scene II: 14:03, Scene III: 19:45, Scene IV: 25:38, Scene V: 32:29
Classic Literature VideoBook with synchronized text, interactive transcript, and closed captions in multiple languages. Audio courtesy of Librivox.
UO Today #582 Fredrik Logevall
Fredrik Logevall, a UO alumnus and professor of History at Cornell University, talks about his Pulitzer Prize-winning book Embers of War: The Fall of an Empire and the Making of America’s Vietnam. Logevall gave a talk titled “The Meaning of the Vietnam War” on May 14, 2014 as a guest of the Wayne Morse Center [...]