Site Template (#14)
Main directory and sub-directories for the site are not being set up. Create the folder to house these files. When you are creating a site consisting of multiple pages, you might want to consider making a template that is used to create each page on the web site. This video examines templates and how they can help you.
WQM212 Unit 6
This unit is part of the WQM212 Drinking Water Regulations course of the Red Rocks Community College Water Quality Management Certificate Program, and includes material pertaining to nitrate and nitrite rule.
Virtual Maths Shapes, Space and Measure, Levelling Survey - Rugby pitch
Interactive simulation using a level to take measurements to calculate the volume of earth to be excavated to create a flat rugby pitch.
Bowdoin College Franco American Symposium - Nov. 14
Bowdoin College honored its own French roots with the three-day symposium Celebrating the Franco-American Heritage of Maine co-sponsored by the Bowdoin College Multicultural Affairs Program and the departments of Government and Romance Languages.
Security Logging and Audit Log Collection within Azure | Azure Friday Scott and Becky Ochs dig into what settings you need to enforce to make sure your Azure instances are collecting the correct Security and Audit logs. We'll learn about logging for Cloud Services, VMs and configuration for both. Areas covered in this video: Useful topics and links:
Scott and Becky Ochs dig into what settings you need to enforce to make sure your Azure instances are collecting the correct Security and Audit logs. We'll learn about logging for Cloud Services, VMs and configuration for both.
Areas covered in this video:
Useful topics and links:
Virtual Maths, Shapes, Space and Measure, DIY Clinometer template
Make your own clinometer - template and instructions
Literary Festival 2013: Between Curatorial and Urban Practice [Audio]
Speaker(s): Dr Clémentine Deliss, Elke Krasny, Maria Lind, Justin McGuirk | In recent years arts practice has shifted towards new modes of collaborative production while digital platforms continually offer new ways to distribute and engage with the arts. As performing and visual arts organisations are transforming relationships with audiences, more varied roles have emerged for curators beyond exhibition making and collections management. Curating has evolved to embrace audience-generated conte
15.060 Data, Models, and Decisions (MIT)
This course is designed to introduce first-year MBA students to the fundamental quantitative techniques of using data to make informed management decisions. In particular, the course focuses on various ways of modeling, or thinking structurally about, decision problems in order to enhance decision-making skills. Topics include decision analysis, probability, random variables, statistical estimation, regression, simulation, linear optimization, as well as nonlinear and discrete optimization. Ma
Columns: Finding the Strongest Shape
The shape of a structure and its parts is often as important as the materials those parts are made of. In this video segment adapted from ZOOM, members of the cast bend and fold sheets of paper to see which shape is the strongest and will support the weight of a heavy book. Closed captioning included. Run time 03:33.
Virtual Maths - 2D Shapes diagrams and formula
Diagram of 2D shapes, including formulas
There are many strategies animals use for staying close to their food sources, as this video segment from NOVA: "The Mystery of Animal Pathfinders" explains. One of the most remarkable of these strategies, however, is demonstrated by the red knot, a species of shorebird that flies 20,000 miles annually in its never-ending search for food, especially the eggs of spawning horseshoe crabs. Closed captioning included. Run time 6:00.
How Chocolate is Made
Chocolate comes from a tree. Mmm, trees. Of course, there's a ton of steps in between you're going to want to understand. That's where Food Science expert Dr. Kiki comes in. This video goes in depth on how chocolate is made, used, and classified as well as the history of chocolate. Dr. Kili also explains the science (and myths) behind the temptation, weight gain and tooth decay associated with chocolate. Chocolate also contains magnesium, iron, stimulant molecules, antioxidant phenolic compounds
How to Identify an Oak Tree
This 3:25 long video does an excellent job of showing students how to identify Oak trees. The narrator shows examples of leaves and acorns as well.
How to Identify Spruce Trees
The difference between spruce and pine trees is explained in this 2:48 minute video. The cones, shape of the tree, and needles are all clues to telling the difference between pine and spruce trees. The video moves slowly and it easy for students to follow. The use of spruce wood by the Wright Brothers is explained as well as the fact that there are about 35 species growing around the world.
Learn about Acacia Trees
Learn about Acacia Trees - Dave shows you how Acacia trees grow in Africa in this one-minute video. (01:14)
What is a Noun?
This video defines a noun. People, places, events, idea, and things are also defined and then given a picture example. Singular, plural, irregular, common and proper nouns are defined as well. Some of these examples are not developmentally appropriate for younger students (5:24).
This video by School House Rock tells about nouns using a song and matching animation. Using various scenarios, such a putting a dime in the record machine, the song highlights various nouns (dime, Chubby Checker, etc.). It repeats that a noun is a person, place, or thing. A noun is a special word that names a person, place, or thing.
This is a fun teaching resource to introduce and/or reinforce nouns in the classroom and/or at home. (3:00)
Calisphere Themed Collection - 1939-1945: World War II: Everyday Life During World War II
The images in this topic provide a look at the everyday lives of Californians just before, during, and shortly after the years that the United States entered World War II. Although many men and women joined the military, many stayed home. These photographs show men, women, and children at work—many in war-related industries—at play, and at home. They also provide a glimpse into the lives of Japanese Americans, who were forced off their property and housed in internment camps for the duration
Calisphere Themed Collection - 1900-1940s: Emerging Industrial Order: Everyday Life and People
The images in this topic offer a glimpse of the ways people in cities and towns across California relaxed and entertained themselves during the first half of the 20th century. As new technologies and improved communications brought changes to the work week, people had more free time and new choices about how to spend it.
Keynote Panel: Why Is It Time to Try Again? A Look to the Future
6 Moderators: Tomaso A. Poggio and Joshua B. Tenenbaum, MIT
* Robert Desimone, Doris and Don Berkey Professor of Neuroscience, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences; Director, McGovern Institute for Brain Research, MIT
* Jeff Hawkins, Co-founder, Numenta; Founder, Redwood Neuroscience Institute
* Susan Hockfield, President and Professor of Neuroscience, MIT
* Christof Koch, Lois and Victor Troendle Professor of Cognitive and Behavioral Biol