The Life of Isaac Newton
This is a student made video. Sir Issac Newton was one of the greatest thinkers of all time, and some consider him the greatest mathematician in world history. The Life of Issac Newton was filled with discovery after discovery, and his work in math, science, optics, mechanics, laws of motion and more allowed him to be a major champion of the Enlightenment. Sir Issac Newton’s genius greatly enhanced our understanding of the world and ourselves, so please enjoy this video of this incre
This video is a power point presentation which defines homophones and shows numerous examples with corresponding illustrations. The video concludes with slides which give students practice with using homophones correctly. The video does not include audio, but slides progress slowly giving teacher time to discuss each one. (5:45)
Declaration of Independence
This 2:07 video is about the circumstances about the writing of the
Declaration of Independence as written by Thomas Jefferson. It gives some background and mentions those who influnced its contents. A brief overview.
Lesson #026, Monday camera = bedroom mensa = cafeteria libreria = bookstore bagno = bathroom a = to, at si' = yes no = no dove = where dov'e' = where is quando = when adesso = now cibo = food ma = but grazie = thank you prego = you're welcome forse = maybe, perhaps pronto = ready, but it's also what you say when you answer the telephone instead of saying 'hello.'
camera = bedroom
mensa = cafeteria
libreria = bookstore
bagno = bathroom
a = to, at
si' = yes
no = no
dove = where
dov'e' = where is
quando = when
adesso = now
cibo = food
ma = but
grazie = thank you
prego = you're welcome
forse = maybe, perhaps
pronto = ready, but it's also what you say when you answer the telephone instead of saying 'hello.'
Greg Cronin_at UMass Lowell_2_11_11.MP4
Northeastern men's hockey coach Greg Cronin address the media at the Tsongas Center after freshman defenseman Jamie Oleksiak buried the game-winning goal against UMass Lowell with just 13.6 seconds remaining in overtime.
“Religious History of the U.S. from the Earliest European Settlements to the Present”
Watch videos of Carole Bucy, professor of history at Volunteer State Community College, teaching classes on “Religious History of the U.S. from the Earliest European Settlements to the Present” as part of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Diversity has long been one of the defining characteristics of the United States. This class explores the religiouskeep reading »
How to Maximize the Impact Of Your Interview Seminar
Panel discussion presented by Emilia Morosan at the 2010 NSF ADVANCE Workshop: Negotiating the Ideal Faculty Position, A Workshop for Underrepresented PhDs and Postdocs in Science, Engineering […]
Imaging Informatics: Brain and Musculoskeletal Applications
Speaker: Dr. Usha Sinha, SDSU
Through her project /carmen/karmen/s/, UCL Mellon Fellow Dr Mi Zhou is bringing together various disciplines and artists to examine and re-interpret the story and opera of Carmen. The project encompasses three events over two days, including 'CENTRIFUGE -- Carmen Sampled', a collaboration between artist Robin Storey and choreographer/dancer Johanna Devi. Dr Zhou is supported by the UCL Mellon Programme: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mellon-program UCL European Institute: http://bit.ly/flJU6F /carmen/karm
Japan feels ratings agency pinch
Japan faces a mountain of debt, falling tax revenues and a shrinking population, and credit rating agencies are calling for government action.
USC School of Pharmacy: Clinical Rotation
USC offers pharmacy students tremendous breadth and depth in clinical rotations during the final year of the program. In this video, Jeffrey Sayers, director of pharmacy at the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System, discusses the state-of-the-art opportunities available for USC pharmacy students at the VA. Learn more about the University of Southern California: http://www.usc.edu Learn more about the USC School of Pharmacy: http://pharmacyschool.usc.edu/
Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night Animation
This is a very short video showing a little girl in her pajamas jumping into Vincent Van Gogh's painting Starry Night. The little girl flies through the painting. There is no commentary but there is a printed comment at end by Van Gogh "Art is the window of an artist's heart". This is a great teaching resource for elementary students to introduce famous artists such as Van Gogh (0:45)
Song Tribute to Vincent Van Gogh "The Starry Night "
This video is a great teaching resource for upper middle school/high school students and would work well in conjunction with an introductory lesson on Art Appreciation and/or Vincent Van Gogh. As the song plays that talks of Vincent's life, the Starry Night stars twinkle. The animated painting using Sqirlz software is set to music by Don McLean. (4:35)
News #61 - Love Is In the Air - Or Is It?!
Valentine’s Day. You either love it or you hate it. Maybe you hate it because you were the only kid in class that never got any Valentine’s in grade school. Or maybe it’s your favorite holiday because you love chocolate, candy hearts and champagne. (Ok, well, who doesn’t?) Our Innovative Language Learning office seems to [...]
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Black History Month; Part 2 of 2
NYIT Roundtable host Shaun Hall speaks with actor/comedian Chuck Nice about Black History Month. New York Institute of Technology (NYIT). Part 2 of 2