ADA and Accessibility of Educational Content
Dr. Anne Jelfs from the Open University presents on ADA and the Accessibility of Educational Content for the participants of the Bridge to Success project on September 23, 2011.
Report on the First Quadrennial Technology Review
Steve Koonin, Under Secretary for Science - US Department of Energy
Patricia McKissack: 2011 National Book Festival
Patricia McKissack appears at the 2011 National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: Patricia McKissack is the author of many highly acclaimed books for children, including "Goin' Someplace Special," a Coretta Scott King Award winner; "The Honest-to-Goodness Truth"; "Let My People Go" (written with her husband, Fredrick), a recipient of the NAACP Image Award; "The Dark-Thirty," a Newbery Honor Book and Coretta Scott King Award winner; and "Mirandy and Brother Wind," recipient of the Caldecott Meda
How to Turn a Pen
NTC begins reconciliation with Tuareg
Nov. 7 - Libya's interim authorities start reconciliation talks with the country's Tuareg nomadic tribes, who are considered of vital importance to regional security in Libya's oil-rich south. Nick Rowlands reports.
Faculty conversations: Steve Chermak
Steve Chermak, professor in the School of Criminal Justice, talks about his research of domestic terrorism and hate groups. To read more, go to http://news.msu.edu/story/9956
Shoppers flee mall under siege in Mexican resort town
Oct. 30 - Frightened shoppers flee mall in Mexican resort town aftern police chase two suspected drug cartel members . Deborah Lutterbeck reports
Go Digital: Your Digital World
Go Digital is a "weekly BBC World Service programme that looks at how technology is changing our lives." Broadband users can watch video Webcasts of nearly two years worth of past programs, while audio is available to dialup users. Each episode lasts approximately 25 minutes, and features two or three key technology stories. Previous topics discussed on Go Digital include virtual reality applications for disabled children, journalistic Web logging, and computer security.
This site lets students display on maps a range of data: population, transportation, political boundaries, oil, water, other natural resources, and more. Students can explore geographic relationships by combining and co-displaying these data on maps of Africa, the Americas, Asia, the Middle East, and other parts of the world.
BusinessCast 275 with Rohan Poojara, MBA Class of 2014 on Sustainable Investing
This week, Rohan Poojara, vice president for the student clubs Net Impact and Emerging Markets Development, as well as the steward of the Rotunda Fund for Darden Capital Management, joins Abena to discuss sustainable investing and the the upcoming event at Darden on February 19th. In other Darden news: "Darden Global Conference", "Unsolved Business Mysteries" and "Governmental Policy and the Energy Industry". The Darden BusinessCast is a weekly news podcast featuring the events, news, and news
St. Joseph's College Baseball Team, the Eagles
St. Joseph College Baseball Team, 1894-1895. In addition to baseball, the college fielded a tennis team in its early days.,Jasper County Journey
The Salt Marsh Ecosystem
This 2:21 minute video shows and explains a Salt Marsh Ecosystem serve many important functions. They buffer stormy seas, slow shoreline erosion, and provide vital food and habitat
for sea life, as well as offering shelter and nesting sites for several
species of migratory birds. Shows animals and terrain to give students a better idea of this type of feature and how it cleans the water along the coast.
Lt. Gen. Arvydas Pocius inducted into IF Hall of Fame
Lithuanian Lt. Gen. Arvydas Pocius, Chief of Defence of the Republic of Lithuania and U.S Army War College Class of 2004 graduate, became the 37th member of the USAWC International Fellows Hall of Fame during a ceremony Oct. 21 in Bliss Hall.
Berlusconi readies exit, stocks rise
Nov 8 - Wall Street rallied one percent after Italy's embattled Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said he would step down after a current austerity budget passes parliament. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Brain Teaser #14
Sunday Service - 10/30/2011 - Sam Wells
A service of worship in Duke University Chapel. The Reverend Dr. Samuel Wells delivers a sermon entitled "Forming, Norming, Storming, Reforming. Opening excerpt from the sermon: (36:45) "Stop me if I'm telling your story. You learned from your church or your parents that God the Father made you, nurtured you, and cares for the smallest detail in your life; that Christ came to find you, and died for you, and that when you see the nail-marks in Christ's hands you see how much God loves you; that
DMC TV: Veterans Office Dedication Ceremony
On Oct. 21, 2011, Del Mar College celebrated the opening of its new Veterans Office in the Harvin Student Center on the East Campus of Del Mar College. The event coincided with the 2011 Veterans Summit hosted by U.S. Rep Blake Farenthold on the College's East Campus.
Story Hour in the Library featuring Ayelet Waldman
New York Times best-selling author Ayelet Waldman's new novel, Love and Treasure, was called a "treasure trove" by Joyce Carol Oates. Previous books include Red Hook Road and Bad Mother: A Chronicle of Maternal Crimes, Minor Calamities and Occasional Moments of Grace. Her novel Love and Other Impossible Pursuits was made into a film starring Natalie Portman. Waldman's personal essays, profiles and commentaries have appeared in the New York Times, Vogue, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journ
San Diego, 1940s
This 2:41 long video is a copy of an old film about this city.
Basically, a tourist travel piece, but provides some insights that might be of value to those who want to see this part of America in earlier days.