Epstein-Barr and Mononucleosis
This patient education program discusses the Epstein-Barr virus which is active as infectious mononucleosis including the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment. It also reviews the immune system response to viral infections. This resource is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
"The Gated City"
Ryan Avent, our economics correspondent, explains why families are fleeing America's richest cities in their droves
Gengo Spanish #13 - Good to See You in Latin America!
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! The office jerk has been harassing you lately, so you decide it’s time to stand up for yourself. After he teases you mercilessly in Spanish, you notice his shiny new but small shoes. You comment to a gossipy colleague about the size of his shoes and what that might mean. Your [...]
This video demonstrates how to divide a monomial by another monomial. (2:23)
Otis Artist Book Collection: Cheri Gaulke & Sue Maberry "Marriage Matters"
Binding Desire: Unfolding Artists Books is a group exhibition featuring approximately 120 works from OTIS Millard Sheets Library's Special Collection of 2,100 artists books dating from the 1960s to the present. The Otis Artists' Book Collection is one of the largest in Southern California. It houses a wide range of works representing every genre of artists' books. Exhibition: January 25 -- March 30, 2014 http://www.otis.edu/ben-maltz-gallery
Introduction to OER
This resource provides an introduction to OER for teaching staff at the University of Plymouth and could form part of a CPD module. It draws on the experience of OER developers at the University.
Beginner - Taking a nap In today's increasingly fast-moving world, some people have found it necessary to have naps at unusual times to help boost the body's required energy to go that extra mile. We teach you how to say you're taking a nap among other useful phrases around the subject.
In today's increasingly fast-moving world, some people have found it necessary to have naps at unusual times to help boost the body's required energy to go that extra mile. We teach you how to say you're taking a nap among other useful phrases around the subject.
Developing Coaching Skill - A module summary (final)
Developing Coaching Skill - A module summary with links to all of the module resources
The Role of Proteins in Blood Clotting
Watch this twenty-one-second, computer-animated video to learn how blood forms clots when vessels are injured. (00:21)
Why Choose Hematology?
Hear hematologists in both research and practice talk about the challenges and rewards of pursuing a career in hematology. (04:41)
Medical Laboratory Technologist
With the skills to perform a broad range of laboratory tests, the Medical
Laboratory Technologist completes a necessary step that leads to the diagnosis and treatment of a disease. Approximate salary: $46,663 - $60,196. High school preparation: Academic high school diploma with an emphasis on Biology, Chemistry, English and Mathematics. Academic requirements: Post-secondary studies in medical laboratory science - usually a 2 or 3 year program at the community college level. (04:42)
"The Callender Papers" by Cynthia Voigt--The Pick of the Week from 60second Recap®
In this video, students will be introduced to "The Callendar Papers" by Cynthia Voigt. Summary--Jean Wainwright has a mind-numbing summer job: Sorting through box upon box of old family papers and filing away the important ones. Snooze-fest, right? Oh, but it gets worse. Her boss is a grouch, and the people in the small town where she's working look at her with more than just a little suspicion. Things start to get interesting, though, when Jean gets wind of the strange circumstances surro
UW Video: TV Lunchbox
Join us for the first summer session of the UW Video Lunchbox! In this upcoming session we will present information to help you find a great story and create a polished presentation with PowerPoint, as well as a how-to on displaying your slides and presenter together.
The Pattern That Connects
While patterns have a spotty history in architecture, their definitions and uses in other fields offer new possibilities for design. This paper examines those definitions and uses?including theories put forward by architectural theorist, Christopher Alexander; art educator, Gyorgy Kepes; chemist, Ilya Prigogine; and anthropologist, Gregory Bateson. Of particular interest is the shift from eternal, essential, universal, and fundamental patterns to fleeting, superficial, specific, and incidental v
"Bird by Bird" by Anne Lamott--The Pick of the Week from 60 second Recap®
In this Pick of the Week video, teenage students will be introduced to "Bird by Bird" by Anne Lamott. Summary--If you've ever been stuck staring at a blinking cursor for hours on end, this is the book for you. Now, some may say that "Bird by Bird" is a book for people who actually like the writing process. Or for people who want to be writers. But don't be fooled. This is a book for anyone who's struggled to get started writing, to believe in what they're writing, to read what they've written th
Libya post-Gaddafi transition will take years, says expert
Oct. 20 - Managing Director for the Washington Institute for Near East Policy Michael Singh talks with Reuters Insider about the death of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.
Why I Am
Elliott Finn reads his statement of the development of his political identity and the lessons he's received through family, his love of nature, and trials and tribulations of being a student organizer.
Can the Supreme Court Save the Public Domain... and Hollywood?
Peter Decherney is Associate Professor of Cinema Studies at the University of Pennsylvania and the author of the forthcoming book Hollywood's Copyright Wars.