2007.03.30-Podcast 101 (Enhanced)
A basic overview of the podcasting including history, hardware, software, and terms.
Graphie, géopolitique et idéologie
Cette étude propose une réflexion sur les standards et règles d'écritures du créole : histoire, influences et perspectives d'évolution.
The Biography of the Holy Ghost
In this Anthropology Departmental Seminar (12 October 2012), Dr Ramon Sarró explores a prophetic landscape in Lower Congo.
Aztecs: Inside the hidden empire 2/5
The video explains how far the belief in the forces of nature affected the Aztecs way of life. This resulted in sacrifices aimed at appease these forces. There are historians explaining the rituals.There are descriptions of the floating gardens they built, a technique still used by farmers.The symbolic continuity of the way in which their monuments were built is explained. The meaning of the great pyramid and the God it honored and the offerings they did to it are also included.
Kentucky State Flag and State Song Five Star Flags presents the Kentucky flag flying against the blue sky. Placed on a navy blue field is the seal and words "Commonwealth of Kentucky". The two friends shaking hands, a pioneer and a statesman, represent all the people. They are acting out the meaning of Kentucky's motto:
Five Star Flags presents the Kentucky flag flying against the blue sky. Placed on a navy blue field is the seal and words "Commonwealth of Kentucky". The two friends shaking hands, a pioneer and a statesman, represent all the people. They are acting out the meaning of Kentucky's motto:
A description of a route
At the end of this task you will be able to draw up a route.
A Charleston Affair -- Challenge Question 2
The Countdown to A Charleston Affair Weekend Contest is a seven week social media challenge - and this is the second challenge: What is your favorite College of Charleston athletic memory or event? Respond to this challenge with a photo, video or description of your favorite athletic memory or event. You have until tomorrow, March 28th at 10 PM to respond. The winner will be announced at 10 AM on Thursday, March 29th at 10 AM. The winner of challenge two will receive the following prize
The Carpetbagging Yankees
During Reconstruction, people from the North — some with bad intentions and some with good intentions — headed to the New South, where they were called "carpetbaggers." This video gives an animated example of how the carpetbaggers came to be.
Genres of Communication Interfaces in BIM-Enabled Architectural Practice
This paper explores the interaction and different types of representations enacted in a BIM-enabled environment that involves interdisciplinary and intradisciplinary collaboration among teams of designers in an architectural praxis context. By means of an ethnographic study conducted over the course of an architectural project from schematic design to construction documents, including five disciplines and twenty subjects, genres of communication interfaces are identified between BIM-authoring to
How to make the best paper airplane in the world
This video teaches you how to make one of the best paper airplane in the world. The video is 3:22 shows how to make a plane that can be made to go longer or faster, or return to you. Clear directions are given.
21H.931 Seminar in Historical Methods (MIT)
This subject is designed to give 21H majors and minors an introduction to the methods that historians use to interpret the past. We will focus on two areas: archives and interpretation. In our work on archives, we will ask what constitutes an archive. We will visit one or two local archives, speak with archivists, and assemble our own archive related to life at MIT in 2003. Once we have a better understanding of the possibilities and limitations of historical archives, we will turn to the task o
MUS101 Session 3 Spring 2012
MUS101 Session 3 Spring 2012 "Introducing Music" Rik Noyce Guest: Tish Oney
4.614 Religious Architecture and Islamic Cultures (MIT)
This course introduces the history of Islamic cultures through their most vibrant material signs: the religious architecture that spans fourteen centuries and three continents — Asia, Africa, and Europe. The course presents Islamic architecture both as a historical tradition and as a cultural catalyst that influenced and was influenced by the civilizations with which it came in contact.
The second Space symposium- learning spaces
This presentation discusses the various elements that deem enterprise education spaces as fit for purpose
Search Your Film Archives: Customs
Search Your Film Archives is a *free* online resource that allows you to explore Britain's film heritage, and where available, watch videos online. Start exploring: http://www.bfi.org.uk/reelhistory Find out more about how the UK's film archives are working together to deliver digital innovation: http://beta.bfi.org.uk/4e5f54f77aa8f
U.S. Child Labor 1908-1920
A look at child labor in the early 20th century in the United States as represented through the photography of Lewis W. Hine. The film documents the use of child labor in industry. No audio. Run time 09:22
Radio astronomy at Jodrell Bank, 50 years old and poised for the future - Philip Diamond
Professor Phil Diamond, Director of the Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics, talks about the research activities at the observatory, home to one of the world's biggest and most powerful radio telescopes.
This is the home page of the Manga Network ('Reseau Manga'), a group of 43 international scholars organised by Jean-Marie Bouissou at the Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches Internationales in France. The initiative is supported by the Japan Foundation. Although the Web page and many titles of publications are in French, the many English titles can easily be picked out. Full-text papers in English hosted on this French website (see the 'Publications' page) are: 'Japan's growing cultural power: the
Drawing from the Imagination by Doug Gittens In this film you are invited to draw ‘a piece of furniture for sitting on’ from your imagination. Using first natural and then geometric forms you are invited to ‘play’ with shape and form making to generate a range of possible ideas quickly. There is no magic recipe […]
Learning about Things that Float - with Curious George
The children use "a box of junk" to create different boats. One boat is made from straws, another from paper towel rolls, and the third from a pie pan. The children take their boats to a small pool to find out if they float. Some work and some do not. The children discuss why they did or didn't work.