This video provides a creative tour of the digestive system provided by Ben Novy. Ben travels through the digestive system and explains how food travel from the mouth through the esophagus and into the stomach. He then describes how it moves through the small and large intestines. (3:08)
Forehand and backhand mechanics are demonstrated in this video.
J.K. Rowling; A Year in Her Life, Part 1 of
One of the most popular authors of this era. This documentary chronicles a year in this author's life. In November 2006, in a hotel room in Edinborough, J.K. Rowling is working on the last chapters of her final Harry Potter book. The series took 17 years to write. Writer James Runcie interviews Rowling throughout this series. (4:39)
Beethoven (Part 11 of 18)
Beethoven was a German Composer and pianist. His music fell in a transitional period between Classical and Romantic music. Beethven studies with Haydn. Even after his hearing began to deteriorate he still composed, conducted and even performed his music.
Demise of the Anasazi
A climate change resulted in the Anasazi being driven by hunger from their homes and their civilization collapses. Lessons that are explained are too many people and not enough resources.
Television News Careers : What Does It Take to Become a Broadcast Journalist?
To become a broadcast journalist, a lot of hard work, a curious mind and a good amount of perseverance are all required on a daily basis in the field. Find out what it takes to be a broadcast journalist with insider information from an award-winning former TV news anchor in this video on television jobs.
This story is about children wanting to buy a Easter bonnet for their grandmother. There are illustrations and the words appear on the screen as they are being read. (03:43)
How to Better Calibrate Your Computer Monitor?
http://geeks.pirillo.com - http://live.pirillo.com - When you see and hear the testing for the Emergency Broadcasting System on tv, how do you know those colors are really the right colors? Maybe your tv or monitor isn't displaying them correctly. How do you test your monitor screen? http://chris.pirillo.com Distributed by Tubemogul
Computer Dictionary - What Is An Operating System or OS?
After an introduction of who he is, the lecturer offers a simple, plain explanation of the computer term "operating system" (or OS). Windows Vista, DOS, Linux and Mac OSX are both examples of Operating Systems. Most common are Windows and Mac. Operating systems tell your computer what to do. Lecture. (9:43)
C Programming Tutorial 1 Learn C Programming: Game Programming
The C Programming language is a great place to start for anyone who would like to learn computer programming. C is relatively easy to learn but can be very powerful While its a much older language and not object oriented, it can be used to develop almost any type of application-- including video games. The C programming language has been used in colleges and universities for years and continues to be used all over the world.
This first C programming video tutorial will show you how
Why Is the Grass Green?
In this animated story book, Pexi the Alien asks Alexi why the grass is green. Alexi explains that grasses are green because they contain chlorophyll, which is used in the process of photosynthesis. The conversion to sugar and it's use as food for the plant is mentioned. Chlorophyll, photosynthesis, pigment, are some of the terms used. (0:56)
" Fern's Spring"- An Animated Storybook
In this computer-animated storybook, viewers see Fern the Fox doing some of her favorite spring activities. These activities include freshening the house with spring cleaning, admiring flowers and baby animals, and seeing new green leaves and blossoms on trees. The words of the story appear on each page and are highlighted as they are read. ( 1:40)
Parsnip meets a Snowman Parsnip is delighted to wake up to a snow-covered veggie patch, and wastes no time playing with the snow. But then he throws a snowball at what he thinks is a horrible monster! Scared to bits, he runs to find Big Parsnip, but is reassured when he finds out it is only a snowman. Parsnip then has the joy of making his very own Snow Parsnip
Parsnip is delighted to wake up to a snow-covered veggie patch, and wastes no time playing with the snow. But then he throws a snowball at what he thinks is a horrible monster! Scared to bits, he runs to find Big Parsnip, but is reassured when he finds out it is only a snowman. Parsnip then has the joy of making his very own Snow Parsnip
Ferrofluid is a magnetic liquid. It is composed of tiny nanoparticles of
magnetic material. It flows like a liquid and attracts to a magnet. A
History in Pictures, Part 1
A slideshow for small children explaining what things "looked like" in the past (mostly medieval Europe). One simple sentence, or part of a sentence, followed by an illustrative picture. (Amateur video)
History Slideshow with Vocabulary Words
This slideshow is great for early readers or ESL (English as Second Language) readers. Words such as peasants, farmers, etc. are followed by an image to illustrate the word. The words are large and can easily be seen if using this slideshow in a classroom. A teacher could stop the film at intervals and ask students if they can spell the words. run time 3:10
How to Upload A Video to YouTube
A very easy video tutorial on how to upload a video to YouTube. It can't be more than 10 minutes or larger than 1 gig. You must have a You Tube account-click on the upload button and off you go!
Addressing Climate Change - Chevron Human Energy Stories
Chevron is working to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions while expanding its energy supply portfolio to meet the world's energy needs. This is essentially the viewpoint of the company. Very little content and the explanations are vague and lack data. The lowest rated video on the site.
Iron Nails for Breakfast?
The next time you're eating a big bowl of breakfast cereal, take a closer look at the ingredients. You'll find that your cereal contains more than just wheat and corn. Look closely and you might find iron... you know, the metal... the stuff used to make nails. Here's an experiment to see if there is really metallic iron in your breakfast cereal. In this professionally made video, Steve Spangler demonstrates and explains an experiment that removes iron from Total breakfast cereal. Run time
How 'Deepwater Horizon' Became History's Biggest Oil Spil
Deepwater Horizon Became Historys Biggest Oil Spil - Dr. Peter Roopnarine presents early results of a study of the impact of the Gulf oil spill on marine life there, particularly the mollusks. The techniques used can also be applied to a variety of questions ranging from evolutionary biology to drought in the southwest. (02:57)