T4 Tips Podcast #40 - AverVision 300 AF+ Document Camera
A brief overview of the AverVision 300 AF+ Document Camera.
T4 Tips Podcast #42-Poison Dart Frogs
A 6th grade student from Terra Linda Elementary produced this podcust during a science unit. Kudos to her teacher Ms. Murdock who uses technology as part of her teaching practices.
Lesson 02 - One Minute Romanian
In lesson 2 of One Minute Romanian you will learn a few more useful words in Romanian which you'll use every day. Remember - even a few phrases of a language can help you make friends and enjoy travel more. Find out more about One Minute Romanian at our website - http://www.oneminutelanguages.com. One Minute Romanian is brought to you by the Radio Lingua Network and is ©Copyright 2008.Author(s):
We should heed the lessons of the collapse of the ‘golden age’: a personal view
When I teach my macroeconomics class for the MBAs at INSEAD, I always discuss the Great Depression and the lecture ends on an optimistic tone with a simple statement: “The Great Depression will never happen again”. I firmly believed this because there is a widespread consensus that the Great Depression was a result of a sequence of policy mistakes. Economists have learned what policies should be applied to avoid the Great Depression.
Unfortunately, I have to revise my optimism now.
The White House
All about the White House where the most critical decisions of our history are made. This video give information about the history behind the White House.
China’s quiet confidence
China’s premier, Wen Jiabao, has said that 2010 will be a very difficult year for the country’s economy, yet in Q1 its performance was remarkable. China’s gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 11.9 per cent in Q1 2010, outstripping the 8.7 per cent annual GDP growth achieved in 2009 and the 10.7 per cent growth of Q4 2009. The growth for Q1 was the fastest in almost three years. There are indeed areas of concern, most notably the threat of a bubble forming in the property market and potenti
What to do when everything changes: Mastering high uncertainty in start-ups
Israel has a thriving high-technology startup sector, which is based on world-class expertise and entrepreneurial talent. But nobody is perfect and even these sophisticated venture companies can improve in their management of uncertainty. When faced with risks and uncertainty, most high technology start-ups in Israel’s telecom industry carry out too much planning and then tend to adopt an insufficiently flexible stance. Conversely, the start-up companies facing low uncertainty appear to make t
Alexander the Great, Part 2 - Greek Macedonians
This is an excellent BBC documentary about Alexander III of Macedon, whom we know as Alexander the Great, considered one of the most successful military leaders in history. (Greek translation of English narration at bottom of screen.) run time 5:41
UO Faculty Senate Meeting
The agenda includes many important issues including an overview by President Lariviere of the New Partnership proposal and an extended conversation with Rob Mullens and Jamie Moffitt, our new athletic director and senior associate athletic director for finances and administration, respectively. Share This
UO Today #458: Maxine Burkett
Maxine Burkett, 2010 Wayne Morse Chair for Law and Politics; Law, University of Hawaii; director, Island Climate Center: Center for Climate Adaptation and Policy. Burkett’s work focuses on climate justice, the disparate impact of climate change on poor and of-color communities, and our moral and legal obligation to these communities. UO Today, the Oregon Humanities Center’s [...]
UO Today #459: William Toll / Ellen Eisenberg
William Toll, History, and Ellen Eisenberg, History, Willamette University, discuss their book Jews of the Pacific Coast: Reinventing Community on America’s Edge (2010). They each gave talks at the UO on May 23, 2010 as part of the 10-year anniversary celebration of the Harold Schnitzer Family Program in Judaic Studies. UO Today, the Oregon Humanities Center’s [...]
UO Today #461: Sister Helen Prejean
Sister Helen Prejean, author of Dead Man Walking: An Eyewitness Account of the Death Penalty in the United States, discusses her advocacy for the abolition of the death penalty. She spoke at the UO on October 19, 2010. UO Today, the Oregon Humanities Center’s half-hour television interview program, provides a glimpse into the heart of the [...]
The Story of India- Beginnings (pt. 4)
This documentary is about the history of India. It traces the roots of
the social, religious, and historical roots of the civilization there.
The series contains many interviews with Indian citizens of all sorts.
Ancient China Developed Advanced Tech (Pt. 2)
Recent researchers have found out that China had
pioneered the development of some of the most advaced technology in the
world in the most concentrated and upward directed technological
development in history until the 17th century... But it accomplished
this over a thousand years ago. Pumps, wheelbarrows, canals, and single-arch bridges are all mentioned.
Viral marketing: tell a woman?
Traditional marketing wisdom has it that if you want to use “word of mouth” you’d better be sure the people doing the talking are knowledgeable about the product. But a new large-scale field experiment on viral marketing by INSEAD Assistant Professor of Marketing, Andrew Stephen, puts paid to that age-old concept.
Valley of the Kings Cemetery 1550 BC Egypt
Video showing the present day Valley of the Kings Cemetery with narration describing the history of the cemetery.
The Story of India- The Power of Ideas (pt. 6)
This documentary traces the history of India through the great thinkers
and doers of the past.
Setting a new youth trend
After more than 20 years as a marketing communications consultant, Bernd Gebert, who was 50 at the time, gave up a lucrative business in 2006 to start Das macht Schule in Hamburg.
Burdened by the passivity and pessimism of the generation who would be future leaders, Gebert’s vision for Das macht Schule is to motivate young people to take charge of their lives, be proactive and become responsible, caring citizens.
The Fox and the Grapes: Aesop's Fables for Kids - FreeSchool
The story of the Fox and the Grapes is a fable. A fable is a story that teaches a lesson, often called a 'moral.' This particular fable is attributed to Aesop. (00:50).
March-April 2008 MMC Update (Enhanced)
This update for March-April 2008 features news about the Spring Break operating hours, upcoming workshops, a new digital printing service, a new film slide scanner, plus the latest videos and audio CDs.