Media and Communication Ribbon Cutting
Texas Tech University held their ribbon cutting for the newly renovated Media and Communication Building, formerly the Business Administration Building. Join us for a tour of the facility and the ribbon cutting that officially opened the building.
Imaginantes - El escarabajo dorado (Carl Gustav Jung)
Este anuncio de Imaginantes narra la razón de por qué Carl Jung comenzó a investigar la idea de sincronicidad. (1:27)
Effect of Initial Value on Graph of Exponential Function (C>0)
This classroom activity presents College Algebra students with a ConcepTest and a Question of the Day activity concerning the effect of the initial value, C, on the y-intercept and position of an exponential function where C>0 and k is an arbitrarily fixed value in f(x)=Ce^(kx).
History Rewind: The Royal Wedding 1981
In this History Rewind Breaking News video clip, British Movietone covers one of the most famous weddings in history: the marriage of Prince Charles of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer. (3:20)
Marilyn Monroe on Fame
In this video clip, born Norma Jean Mortenson in 1926, Marilyn Monroe is interviewed about the effects of stardom on her life. (0:59)
"First Look" Event Previews Kent State Transformation
Kent State University faculty, staff, students and alumni attend "First Look," an event that offered the university community the opportunity to experience firsthand, the transformation of Kent State and the Northeast Ohio region.
SchoolHouse Rock Grammar Rock - Unpack Your Adjectives
Schoolhouse Rock's "Unpack Your Adjectives" is a great introduction to adjectives! (03:02)
This Day in History February 10: Kasparov loses chess game to computer
On this day in 1996, after three hours, world chess champion Gary Kasparov loses the first game of a six-game match against Deep Blue, an IBM computer capable of evaluating 200 million moves per second. Man was ultimately victorious over machine, however, as Kasparov bested Deep Blue in the match with three wins and two ties and took home the $400,000 prize. (1:00)
This Day in History February 9: Satchel Paige nominated to Baseball Hall of Fame
On this day in 1971, pitcher Leroy "Satchel" Paige becomes the first Negro League veteran to be nominated for the Baseball Hall of Fame. In August of that year, Paige, a pitching legend known for his fastball, showmanship and the longevity of his playing career, which spanned five decades, was inducted. Joe DiMaggio once called Paige "the best and fastest pitcher I've ever faced." (1:00)
Shorting Stock 2 - Khan Academy
Sal Khan offers more information on the mechanics of shorting stock. (08:43)
Article :: UI Design with Adobe Illustrator CS6, Part 1: Flipping Wireframes
Adobe Illustrator makes it easy to create wireframes and then seamlessly flip them to final art. Rick Moore, author of UI Design with Adobe Illustrator, demonstrates how to use Illustrator's symbols, graphic and character styles, and the Find Font tool to turn a sample user interface wireframe into a presentation-ready design.
Microsoft Student Partner 2012-13
This video is regarding MSP (Microsoft Student Partner) program conducted by Microsoft World wide every year. The speaker highlights some of the key features of Windows 8. There are no visuals and the host speaks very fast. This would be an okay video to learn about the Windows 8 operating system. (2:53)
3XSQ: Apple boosted by billion dollar Samsung verdict
Aug 27 - Apple shares opened 2.5 percent higher after winning its patent battle with Samsung while Samsung sputtered, losing $12 billion in market value.
Chinese Cartoon Mr Rabbit
Chinese Cartoon Mr Rabbit.
Julian Parker Lecture Series featuring Professor Sheryll Cashin
Topic: "Shall We Overcome? Educational Equity and the Future of Multiracial Politics" Sheryll Cashin, Professor of Law at Georgetown University, Cashin teaches and writes about race and inequality in America. She has written books, academic articles and commentaries, and has appeared on radio and TV. Her recent book, The Agitator's Daughter: A Memoir of Four Generations of one Extraordinary African-America Family (2008) traces the arc of American race relations through generations of her family.
Breakingviews: German split helps Draghi
Aug. 28 - ECB President, Mario Draghi, has an ally in Angela Merkel while the Bundesbank opposes his plan to restart buying sovereign debt, says Reuters Breakingviews
China in a Nutshell 1 - Antique Market, Beijing
China in a Nutshell 1 - Antique Market, Beijing.
Workers Strikes in the Gilded Age
This video is accompanied by text. "The end of the nineteenth century saw the most contentious and violent labor conflicts in the history of the nation. Between 1881 and 1900, approximately 23,000 strikes occurred, involving over six million workers. Unfortunately, in about half of the strikes the laborers gained nothing, and in the other half they were only able to elicit meager or modest gains. Bloody confrontations wracked the railroad, steel, and mining industries, often requiring interventi
Vocabulary Lesson: My Body
This is a cute vocabulary lesson/circle time that makes real life connections with the new vocabulary. The teacher uses a parrot puppet to keep the kids engaged with her questioning and uses pictures of the new vocabulary words being taught. Although this is a pre-school lesson, many ideas can be translated into the kindergarten classroom. (04:33)
Advice for Freshmen
Current students offer advice to incoming freshmen for a successful and fun UMN experience!