Southern California Swell Model
The Coastal Data Information Program (CDIP) created the Southern and Central Swell Model experiments for those with a general interest in oceanography. After learning how the model works, users can view several up-to-date graphics illustrating regional and detailed swell heights on maps and plots. Although acknowledging possible errors, the website provides three day forecasts for coastal waves, tides, and swell heights. The Frequently Asked Questions link provides sufficient information on how
Revitalising urban rivers, hot conservation topics
This week in the Planet Earth Podcast: Richard Hollingham goes to the River Wandle in south-west London to find out how scientific research is helping to revitalise this heavily-used river; later he goes to Cambridge to hear about some of the hottest conservation topics for 2012.
Difference Quotients - Problem 3 of 3
This video is a continuation and presents an example that demonstrates how to calculate and simplify a difference quotient that involves a radical function. (2:27)
PMAD Mel Zabel
People Make a Difference with Danny Brassell Guest; Mel Zabel, facebook.com/melzabel
Genocide and War: The Holocaust as a War Goal or an Obstacle to Victory
An excerpt from Prof. Omer Bartov's lecture "Genocide and War: The Holocaust as a War Goal or an Obstacle to Victory" presented at Yad Vashem during the symposium marking 70 years since the Wansee Conference: "The Organization of the Mass Murder of the Jews and Its Significance"
The Holocaust in the Context of Genocide
An excerpt from Prof. Yehuda Bauer's lecture "The Holocaust in the Context of Genocide" presented at Yad Vashem during the symposium marking 70 years since the Wansee Conference: "The Organization of the Mass Murder of the Jews and Its Significance"
Mark D. Vagle - Speed Theorizing as a Pedagogical "Dwelling" Tool
Innovation 20/20 presents: Mark D. Vagle - Speed Theorizing as a Pedagogical "Dwelling" Tool Dr. Vagle is an Associate Professor in the UGA College of Education. Innovation 20/20 is a production of the Initiative on Innovation in Teaching and Technology in the College of Education. Dr. Lloyd Rieber is the director of the initiative. The series is produced by the Office of Information Technology. The University of Georgia copyright 2012
Freedom of Information Act
This 1:32 minute video explains how this Act came to be and how to use it. This is a great way to get students involved in doing research. All students can do this using form letters.
Signing Day VU Style
Take a behind the scenes look at what some are calling the best recruiting class in Vanderbilt football history. It’s the NFL draft college style.
The first site for this Topic in Depth comes from the Department of Geological and Mining Engineering and Sciences at Michigan Technological University and is called What Is Seismology? (1). The site describes the basics of seismology, the various types of waves associated with it, and even contains a link that shows you how to make your own P and S waves. Next is the Earthquakes Overview site (2), provided by The Tech Museum. Visitors can explore topics such as seismographs and waves through an
PushButton Presentation for IAP Kinected-Experiences class.
Presentation for IAP Kinected-Experiences class.
Género Dramático (En Español)
Muy buen video para introducir el género dramático y para explicar las categorias de este género. Perfecto para estudiantes que están apriendo como leer escrituras dedicado al teatro. (7:28)
Development and Application of New Tools for TB Drug Discovery: A South African Perspective
The 4th Annual CEND Symposium - Fighting the Diseases of Poverty Valerie Mizrahi "Development and Application of New Tools for TB Drug Discovery: A South African Perspective" January 13, 2012 Sponsored by the Henry Wheeler Center for Emerging and Neglected Diseases http://globalhealth.berkeley.edu/cend/
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Students in this activity will build simple circuits using a battery, wires, and light bulbs. This activity allows students to examine how electricity is conducted through a light bulb using a battery as a power source. Students will also able to observe the differences between a series circuit and parallel circuit by building each type of circuit.
Earth on Edge : Ecosystems
This site provides information about the six ecosystems on which life on Earth most heavily depends: agricultural, forest, freshwater, grassland, coastal, and urban. It is part of a Public Broadcasting System (PBS) project, which includes a discussion guide. Ecosystems are described as communities of interacting organisms and the physical environment in which they live. The goods and services that ecosystems provide are said to form the foundation of human economies. Ecosystems purify air and wa
This lesson offers students a method for finding the slope of a line from its graph. An activity sheet and assessment options are included in this complete lesson plan.
Op eigen benen : Te huur Te huur helpt jongeren op weg om op eigen benen te gaan staan en begeleidt hen bij de verschillende fases:
Te huur helpt jongeren op weg om op eigen benen te gaan staan en begeleidt hen bij de verschillende fases:
Mixcade Madness at the President's Conference Series
http://concordia.ca/now Members of Concordia's research centre in Technoculture, Art and Games (TAG), Lab Six and a half, and the Mount Royal Game Society recently transformed the atrium of the Engineering, Computer Science and Visual ArtsIntegrated Complex into a gamer's paradise. The event, entitled Mixcade, was a showcase for innovative local and international video games, held as part of the President's Conference Series.
Fracciones - Simplificación Utilizando La Calculadora (en Español)
En este video, el profesor nos enseña como utilizar una calculadora para simplificar fracciones. El tema esta muy bien explicado con el uso de una calculadora. Dan muchos ejemplos. (9:03)