This case study is one of ten case studies being conducted as part of a larger research project on Diversity and Equity
In this video Jason Nascone, M.D. assistant professor of orthopaedics at the University of Maryland School discusses orthopaedic trauma. This would include the treatment of simple and complex fractures. He talks about the various types of surgical procedures used to treat these fractures.
EARTH - Masterpieces of Ice and Stone
Revel in Earth as Art. Landsat missions were launched for scientific purposes, but they make up one of the most awe-inspiring collections of beautiful images of our home planet. (13:32)
Subtraction with Regrouping - by StudyJams
To find the difference between two numbers, sometimes you have to regroup, or borrow, from another number. Learn how to subtract using regrouping with this step-by-step, interactive video from StudyJams. A short, self-checking quiz is also included with this link.
How to Draw Facial Hair on Cartoons
When drawing facial hair on cartoons, concentrate more on the shape and pattern that the hair creates rather than drawing each individual hair follicle. Create stylized facial hair for a cartoon character. (3:36)
Homes and Houses
This video is a slide show that presents vocabulary related to homes, houses and buildings. The words are written and and read out twice.
Portuguese studies review
The PSR is a peer reviewed journal devoted to promoting interdisciplinary scholarly study of the countries, regions, and communities that share, build on, or are transforming a Portuguese or Brazilian legacy. The PSR promotes a critical understanding of the historical and current evolution of political, economic, social and cultural networks incorporating Portugal, Brazil, and other lusophone countries. The journal, launched in 1991 by Trent University (Ontario, Canada) is published biannually,
Intersections-What Is Organizational Effectiveness?
Intersections in Organization Effectiveness on March 8, 2012, featured Dawne Carlson, director of organizational effectiveness at Target, and Jack Militello, Ph.D., director of the Executive and Health Care UST MBA programs, discussing the intersection of practice and theory in organizational effectiveness.
The Rise of NCD's in India
Learn more: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/asia-india-non-communicable-disease-infection-death-public-health-poverty-wealth-NCD
Non communicable diseases (NCD's) cause 63 percent of all cases of death in the world. In India heart attacks, diabetes and cancer are increasing within the wealthy and the poor. Martina Merten reports for the Pulitzer Center.
This report is part of the Pulitzer Center sponsored project: "Cause and Effects of the Increase of Non-communicable Diseases in India"
Global Mindset: A Personal Journey
Thunderbird School of Global Management alumnus Gary Ranker, Ph.D., talks March 15, 2012, at the Developing Leaders for Global Roles Summit. http://www.thunderbird.edu/globalmindset
Patient Letters: Family of Cancer Patient Gives Thanks for "Loving Care"
This letter from the Bell family expresses the gratitude they felt towards the caregivers at the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center who treated their father, Robert Bell. Though they were heartbroken at his passing, the memories of the loving care he received helped them through their difficult time.
Hematologic Malignancies Program
Black Holes in the Universe
This is a video talking about black holes and explaining how they came to be and also how they are researched and monitored. (18:48)
Technology Matters - making choices about the tools we use.
Why does technology matter? How often do we thing about the implications of our choices of one tool over another? What were the decisions that brought us to our current technological world?
In his new book Technology Matters, Professor David Nye of Warwick's School of Comparative American Studies poses a series of questions challenging us to think a little deeper about the tools and technology surrounding us. From the use (or non-use) of the wheel in North Africa to IMAX theatres at the Grand
'The 'kidneys are a bean shaped, fist size organ whose task is to filter blood and remove the waste.' This is a quote from the video. The information is related in a 'dry' way but the content is usable. The instructor appears to be using slideshow.
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