Art Institute of Chicago Musecast: September 2008
Art Institute in the Community: Inspired by our new season of events 360 Degrees: Art beyond Borders, this episode takes a look at global culture seen at the local level. Hear about the intermingling of art and culture from our partners at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs and Poetry Foundation, and listen to performances by Yang Wei from the Silk Road Ensemble and Alfonso Ponticelli of Swing Gitan. Both musicians will be performing at the seasonâs opening day festivities.
Using Photomerge Panorama
Sometimes, you need photos that depict a wide landscape. Learn how to create a panoramic image assembled from a series of individual photos.
Leadership and Management- Animated example
Ian Woodruff and Rod McCrohan presentation on The 1:1:1 Delivery model as trialled in the Leadership and Management program BUSM 3120. Date:15.12.2010
To Thine Own Self Be True
Illinois State University Theater students perform in area schools as part of the Shakespeare Alive outreach program. Their message, be accepting of yourself and others. This is done by way of actors' personal stories and enactments of relevant Shakespeare scenes.
This Sporting Planet: global sport and global capitalism
Globalisation has seen sport achieve a hitherto unequalled global cultural significance, but it has also left it in thrall to capitalism. Will economic forces continue to shape sport? David Goldblatt is a writer, broadcaster and teacher. He is author of The Ball is Round: a global history of football.
Barack Obama and the Muslim World
This lecture will assess how successful President Obama's engagement with the Muslim world has been. Gilles Kepel is Philippe Roman Chair in History and International Affairs at LSE IDEAS.
Highlights from Lord's Resistance Army Event
On January 13, more than 300 people attended the Pulitzer Center and Human Rights Watch's special presentation on the Lord's Resistance Army and the atrocities the group has committed in central Africa. With powerful photos, videos and other materials, Pulitzer Center journalists Joe Bavier and Marcus Bleasdale and Human Rights Watch researcher Ida Sawyer and senior researcher Anneke Van Woudenberg described their findings and evaluated whether President Obama's new strategy to tackle the LRA co
Tim and Moby Discuss Ada Lovelace
BrainPOP's beloved animated duo, Tim and Moby, present the topic of Ada Lovelace in this short, animated movie. Ada Lovelace is considered by many as the first computer programmer. Other key names and vocabulary words include: Lord Byron, Mary Somerville, Charles Babbage, Difference Engine, Analytical Engine, William King, Bernoulli Numbers, and computer program. Run time 05:22.
CI Days 2010 at Purdue C-SPAN Archives: Processing and Storage
CI Days 2010 at Purdue December 8, 2010 C-SPAN Archives: Processing and Storage with Robert Browning. Director of the C-SPAN Archives and Purdue Associate Professor of Political Science and Communication.
Spartan Sagas: Michele Payn-Knoper, Shaking the hand that feeds you
Michele Payn-Knoper is a champion for agriculture. The certified speaking professional travels the United States and internationally, helping farmers communicate more effectively about the agrifood industry, while helping consumers understand what's happening with food production. The Spartan alumna knows firsthand the realities and risks of farm life. In addition to now living on a farm in Indiana, she grew up on a family farm in Michigan that was eventually lost. Since earning degrees in an
Money talks: January 24th 2011
In this week's programme - the world's appetite for coal, Google's management shuffle and the threat to Burberry's upmarket image
Design & Community Exhibition 2011
Read full story here: http://bit.ly/gP1aYm. Final year landscape architecture and garden art & design students showcased their work to community clients and guests at an event held at Old Broadcasting House. Eager to get stuck back into their work after the festive break, our final year undergraduate and postgraduate landscape architecture and garden art & design students presented their design portfolios and design processes to community clients and other invited guests at the Design & Commun
A Bridge Too Far
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How to Save the Earth
Saving the earth requires a collective effort of all mankind, and a good place to start is to grow vegetables at home, buy local products and keep recycling plastics, glass, paper and aluminum. (02:54)
A History of Veterans Day
In a History of the Holidays video, discover the origins of Veterans Day, which is also known as Remembrance Day. Learn how a holiday set to remember World War I, Armistice Day, has grown into a holiday honoring all veterans and peace. This three minute video provides insights into why this holiday serves as a remembrance for those who have served. There is some live war footage. (3:18)
Pocket Full of H's
The Electric Company and Jimmy Fallon sing about the letter H.
Hydrogen decay, NMR
hydrogen decay, slection rules, nuclear magnetic resonance
The Nature Explorers Yosemite's Southside Expedition Part 4 of 5
Yosemite is one of the busiest tourist destinations in America, millions of people travel here during the summer to see the few last remaining gigantic trees. But on the southern border lies some trees that most people didn't even know existed. Here we discovered a Sugar Pine that had a trunk circumference of 19'.