Behavioral Health Grant Program Gives UM Grad Students Hands-On Experience
A grant through BP to the Mississippi Department of Mental Health Oil Spill Recovery is allowing Ole Miss psychology students the opportunity to examine how well an effort to meet the mental health needs of people on the Mississippi coast is working. Video by Mary Stanton.
NASA | Afterschool Universe: Life Cycle of a Small Star
Afterschool Universe is an out-of-school-time astronomy program for middle school students that explores basic astronomy concepts through engaging hands-on activities and then takes participants on a journey through the Universe beyond the Solar System.
This video shows a simple kinesthetic activity that models the life cycle of a star with a mass similar to our sun. (02:38)
DISCOVERING GENES ASSOCIATED WITH DISEASES AND TRAITS IN DOGS
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Sustainable Tourism Certification
A lecture on sustainable tourism
Looking at Bolt's 100 Meter Time Through the Eyes of a Physicist
A physicist looks at Usane Bolt's time and makes a daring statement- it is wrong! He uses relativity to explain himself (07:29).
Odaiba in Tokyo, Trendy Spot!
Odaiba in Tokyo, Trendy Spot!
Bon odori, summer dance festival
Bon odori, summer dance festival.
Train Station in Japan
Train Station in Japan.
Full Spectrum: Prints from the Brandywine Workshop
September 7, 2012 - November 25, 2012: Cultural identity, political and social issues, portraiture, and landscape, as well as patterning and pure abstraction, are some of the many concerns explored by the artists in this exhibition. The spectrum of artistic voices and approaches to image-making represented in the exhibition reflects the increasingly pluralistic character of contemporary art.
Displacement Week: "Chicago and the 2016 Olympics"
A talk by Larry Bennett, Political Science Department, DePaul University. Chicago is one of seven finalists seeking the designation as host city for the 2016 summer Olympic Games. Eight years in advance of the Games, several major components of the Chicago proposal have been worked out and have drawn the attention of local residents and the media. Many other parts of the Chicago Olympic plan remain unspecified at this time. Among the uncertainties associated with the Chicago Olympic bid, and if
Puerto Rican Pasteles
Pasteles are a traditional Puerto Rican Christmas dish. Chef Alfredo Ayala explains that pastels are similar to tamales, but stuffed with pork stewed with rich sofrito. They are wrapped inside a banana leaf and boiled. For recipes, visit http://www.ciaprochef.com/WCA7.
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences: Engaging Students - with Simplified Mandarin subtitles
Experience what the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Simon Fraser University has to offer! This video contains testimonials of FASS undergrads and alumni from a range of departments describing their experiences while being part of the largest faculty here at SFU. Please visit our FASS homepage for more information about opportunities and programs. http://www.fass.sfu.ca/
Making a scaled bar graph (Common Core 3.MD.3)
This video (running time 4:40) explains how to make a scaled bar graph by skip counting. Beginning by defining the word scaled as "using a shrinking machine," it explains the purpose of drawing things to scale. Data is given in table format, showing why a scaled bar graph is needed (the numbers are too big to count by ones). The instructor shows how to determine which number she will skip count by in drawing the bars. (NOTE: From 3:01 to 4:34, the video shows a black screen while
This Day in History January 26: Australia Day
On January 26, 1788, Captain Arthur Phillip guides a fleet of 11 British ships carrying convicts to the colony of New South Wales, effectively founding Australia. After overcoming a period of hardship, the fledgling colony began to celebrate the anniversary of this date with great fanfare. (1:00)
Developing A Passion For Reading: Featuring Gordon Terrace Elementary School
This is an encouraging video that features ways to help young readers. A group of teachers and education professionals experiment with different strategies and research to find a perfect fit for teaching reading in their classrooms. They express importance in collaboration and student conferencing. (05:41)
This Day in History May 4: Kent State Shooting
On this day in 1970, Ohio national guardsmen opened fire on an anti-war protest at Kent State University killing four students. Also on May 4, 1994, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat reached agreement in Cairo on the first stage of Palestinian self-rule. (1:00)
MSU Faculty conversations: Stratton Lee
Stratton Lee, academic adviser in the College of Communication Arts and Sciences, talks about his role in helping students shape their own careers at MSU. To read more, go to http://news.msu.edu/story/faculty-conversations-stratton-lee
Technical Aspects of the Urban Simulator in Tampere University of Technology
The colour video recording Urban Simulator in TUT was built very early compared with the development of video systems. A contract for planning the simulator electronics, mechanics and camera systems was made in january 1978 with two TUT students: Jani Granholm (computer science and engineering) and Ilkka Alavalkama (machine design and automation). Ease of control and maintenance were asked by side of ?human movement inside coloured small-scale architectural models?. From the beginning, all compo