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How to Write An Informative Essay
This clip, made by a student for an English class, tells how to write an informative essay. The narrator discusses the purpose of an informative essay, resources for information, choosing a topic, how to start the essay, and provides a link to help with formatting.
Magna Britannia: volume 5 - Derbyshire
A general and parochial history of the county.
The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 11
The first of two volumes on the city of Canterbury. This first part contains a thematic history of the city, and part of an historical survey of the cathedral priory.
Soft Sytems Modelling
Soft Sytems Modelling
A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 10 - Westbury and Whitstone Hundreds
The history of the six parishes in Westbury hundred and the sixteen in Whitstone hundred. Both hundreds abut the River Severn.
Getting Started Guide to Wireless Networks
This guide is for IT managers responsible for running a network of computers and who are thinking about introducing a wireless network into the organisation. The document aims to look at the way wireless technology functions and it discussesa range of technical, physical and security considerations for deploying a wireless system.,University of Birmingham, and Microsoft. Also available at http://download.microsoft.com/documents/uk/education/solutions/wireless/downloads/wireless-lan-guide.pdf
Pope Benedict arrives in Africa
Nov. 18 - Pope Benedict called for religious tolerance as he arrived in Benin, the cradle of Voodoo in West Africa. Deborah Gembara reports.
What's An Estuary? Now You Know.
Estuaries - where rivers meet the sea. Watch and learn why these vital waterways of life, culture, and economic growth should be protected and restored. (05:16)
Scientific Method Song (With Video)
Student-created video for a school project. Student uses a song created by HAVE FUN TEACHING. (01:38)
Welcome to the School of Arts and Sciences!
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Choral Vespers-10/11/2012-The Duke Vespers Ensemble
A service of choral vespers in Duke University Chapel officiated by The Rev. Dr. Luke Powery. Choir directed by Dr. Brian Schmidt. Organist: David Arcus. On The Preces/Invitatory Reading: Micah 3:9-4:5, Acts 24:1-16, Luke 7:36-50 Bulletin: https://chapel.duke.edu/sites/default/files/10-11-12_V_2up.pdf
Debate Expert Looks at First 2012 Presidential Debate
SMU Communication Studies Professor and Debate Director Ben Voth talks about the first debate between Presidential Barack Obama and GOP challenger Mitt Romney.
Town-hall format may favor Obama
The town-hall format in the Oct. 16 debate may favor Barack Obama, who has plenty of experience giving "quick, reactive responses" to off-the-cuff questions, suggests Will Repko, Michigan State University's head debate coach.
The College Planning Process
Lloyd Scott, Director of Admissions for Appalachian State University gives a noon-time lecture about the college planning process in Bliss Hall, Oct. 1, 2012.
OSU-Cascades 101: Student Life
Get involved on campus. Clubs, events, activities, meet-ups and more.
Journalist Justin Catanoso on Climate Change in the Rainforest
Learn more: http://pulitzercenter.org/project/south-america-peru-global-warming-rainforest-cloud-forest-ecosystem-research-greenhouse-gas When it comes to climate change, the focus of research and public attention tends to focus on how rising temperatures impact the environment and species of colder climes. Less is understood about the tropics where rainforests absorb greenhouse gases, play a major role in the earth's water cycle and help regulate global temperatures. Journalist Justin Catanoso
AjaxNetPhoto image archive
The website "AjaxNetPhoto Image Archive" is a large collection of images concerning maritime history, whose gathering begun in 1970 as a service for publishers. The image archive belongs the the Ajax News and Feature Agency and is organised into: maritime archives; general archives; paintings and illustrations; and an exclusive showcase. It also has a section with recent postings. This collection is one of the most comprehensive historical archives of maritime related material with images dating
The three short activities in this collection explore adaptations that help whales survive in the ocean. The activities include demonstrations and experiments.
Earth-Sized Planet Found Orbiting the Sun's Nearest Neighbor
European astronomers have discovered a planet with about the mass of the Earth orbiting a star in the Alpha Centauri system — the nearest to Earth. It is also the lightest exo-planet ever discovered around a star like the Sun. (04:01)