The Berlin Wall History
The Berlin Wall separated Berlin between 1961 and 1989 and this two minute video explains why it was built and what is was a symbol of. A good overview.
Site Libre Savoirs: Les marchés financiers
Domaine: Sciences de l'économie, de la gestion et de la société
I Les principes généraux d'organisation des marchés financiers
II Les marchés sous-jacents
II-1 Les marchés d'actions
II-2 Les marchés obligataires
1I-3 Les marchés des changes
III Les marchés dérivés
III-1 Les marchés à terme de marchandises
III-2 Les marchés à terme d'instruments financiers (marchés de taux)
III-3 Les marchés d'options négociables
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The science behind wheeled sports
This unit focuses on cycling and wheelchair racing: what we might collectively call 'wheeled sports'. The Scientific concepts such as force, acceleration and speed are also useful for understanding these sports. However, cycling and wheelchair racing differ from the sports you have studied so far in that technology more obviously plays an important role.
Episode 8: Getting Public Transport Back on Track
Dr Paul Mees explores integrated public transport systems with Humanities host, Sian Prior
Guest: Dr Paul Mees from the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning.
Topic: Public transport systems for dispersed cities
Episode 27: Mindful Leadership
Prof Amanda Sinclair talks about how mindfulness contributes to effective leadership. With Sian Prior.
Ancient Mesopotamian Arts and Architecture
This three-minute, student-made video tells about the geography and culture that was common in early Mesopotamian life including their early cities, pottery, and daily life. Some graphics are out of focus. This could be used as an example of what students could do. The opening page as a table of contents where you can find many other videos to help students understand this time period and people better. Lots of information. (03:26)
Episode 100: Indonesia: Pathways to a Future
Historian Max Lane spies Indonesia's possible futures through the lens of its recent history and current political and economic climate. With host Jennifer Cook.
Episode 101: Making a Difference: Kiran Martin and Asha in the slums of Delhi
Paediatrician Dr Kiran Martin recounts the story behind the founding of ASHA, which now helps over 350,000 Delhi slum dwellers to improve their lives. Global health specialist Dr Peter Deutchmann weighs in on how research institutions in rich countries can work to empower and embolden work done by organisations in developing nations. With host
Episode 102: Greening the Internet
Prof Rod Tucker spells out the environmental impact of an increasingly networked world, and how energy savings can be found with smarter technology. With science host Dr Shane Huntington.
Episode 103: The Irish Diaspora and Its Legacy
Historian Professor Elizabeth Malcolm tells the story of Irish migration, particularly in the 19th and 20th centuries, and what it means for Ireland and the world today. With host Jennifer Cook.