How to Speak Spanish - Introductions and Greetings
This video demonstrates basic introductions in Spanish for beginners. It provides the proper ways to introduce various people and can be used as a guide to learning useful expressions in Spanish. Examples of phrases included are "What is your name?" and "My name is... ." The teacher says the phrase in English and then repeats it in Spanish. The words appear in Spanish at the bottom of the screen. (2:31)
Money talks: January 24th 2011
In this week's programme - the world's appetite for coal, Google's management shuffle and the threat to Burberry's upmarket image
TPRS Minicuento 5
078 Special Exhibition: Guitar Heroes: Legendary Craftsmen from Italy to New York
February 9, 2011–July 4, 2011
John D’Angelico (American, 1905–1964), renowned for his handcrafted archtop guitars that have been used by generations of musicians in a wide variety of genres, is the first of three master craftsmen profiled by exhibition curator Jayson Dobney.
Good Night, Gorilla by Peggy Rathmann
"Good night, Gorilla," says the weary watchman as he walks by the gorilla cage on his nightly rounds at the zoo. The gorilla answers by quietly pickpocketing the guard's keys, stealthily trailing him, and unlocking the cages of every animal the oblivious fellow bids goodnight to. Looking much like an exhausted father, the uniformed guard traipses home toward his cottage, while the lonely zoo animals softly para
Checklist - Language Assistantship
This is a resource released as part of the E-Portfolio Toolkit based on experience of developing the “Year Abroad E-Portfolio”, undertaken by the School of Languages at Leeds Metropolitan University.
The Nightmare of 1923 and Its Cause [When Money Dies: Lessons from the Great German Hyperinflation of 1923 • By Adam Fergusson • London: William Kimber & Company, 1975 • 256 pages] Feel the need for a good, old-fashion
[When Money Dies: Lessons from the Great German Hyperinflation of 1923 • By Adam Fergusson • London: William Kimber & Company, 1975 • 256 pages]
Feel the need for a good, old-fashion
China readies for Year of the Rabbit
Chinese prepare to usher in the Year of the Rabbit, with all forms of the zodiac animal - from live and solid gold rabbits, to stuffed toys and cutboard cutaways.
How the Moon Affects the Changing of the Tides
The gravitational pull of the moon and the rotation of the earth, coupled with the centripetal force of the earth, causes two high tides and two low tides throughout the day.
Seminar for Chinese Educators at Yad Vashem
Yad Vashem's first-ever seminar for Chinese educators was held in October 2010 at the International School for Holocaust Studies. The two week seminar, generously supported by the Adelson Family Foundation and coordinated with the invaluable assistance of Prof. Glen Timmermans of Macau University (himself an International School graduate), was attended by 22 educators hailing from mainland China -- Shanghai, Beijing, Shang Dong, Nanjing and Kaifeng -- as well as the Chinese territories of Macau
The Evolution of Cooperation
Prof. Jeff Schloss : Course
Habitable Exoplanets: The Implications for Human Significance (updated)
Dr Jennifer Wiseman : Course
The Anthropic Principle
Revd Dr John Polkinghorne : Course
God's Philosophers: How the Mediaeval World Laid the Foundations of Modern Science
Dr James Hannam : Course
Darwin and the Other Christian Tradition
Prof. Ernan McMullin : Course
Science, Faith and Reason
Prof. Stephen Williams : Course
MIT Family Weekend Convocation “Footprints in the Rock” and The 270 Design Contest (1989)
MIT Family Weekend, "Footprints in the Rock" with speakers: Phillip Morrison, Phyllis Morrison, Paul E. Gray and Harry West. Phyllis Morrison demonstrate the essence of scientific inquiry through a detailed account of how the Olduvai Gorge hominid footprints were discovered and how careful methods of interpretation brought out their full meaning and significance. The Morrisons emphasize how in science the process of discovery and understanding is just as important to comprehend as the results t
How to Keep Your Computer Running Fast & Smooth
Computer Maintenance Tips. To keep a computer running fast and smooth, free up the hard drive and delete all the cookies from the system. This video shows how to do this and other ways to reduce unneeded data.
Japan eyes for vending machine gold
Japan, selling everything from fresh fruit to used lingerie in its vending machines, is mining a precious new market - gold.
President's Forum Highlights - November 2010
Highlights from the November 2010 President's Forum at Purdue University http://www.purdue.edu/president/speeches/forums.html