Virtual Maths - Basic Structures, shear force uniformly distributed load
Interactive simulation, demonstrating shear force, uniformly distributed load
Variaties in remprestaties : Problemen met remmen In deze cursus wordt dieper ingegaan op de technische kenmerken van het remmateriaal. Verschil in kwaliteit van het frictiemateriaal en de gevolgen hiervan op de remprestaties worden bekeken. Er wordt ook speciale aandacht gegeven aan het oplossen …
In deze cursus wordt dieper ingegaan op de technische kenmerken van het remmateriaal. Verschil in kwaliteit van het frictiemateriaal en de gevolgen hiervan op de remprestaties worden bekeken. Er wordt ook speciale aandacht gegeven aan het oplossen …
Absolute Beginner S2 #19 - A Relaxed Spanish Approach to Exams
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! Your Spanish exam is coming up, and you know that without a high score you will never attend a Spanish university. Although the Spanish language comes naturally to many of your friends—they are from Spain!—you have worked hard to learn Spanish just recently. The exam will be your first true test [...]
Das direkte Objekt im Akkusativ
Das direkte Objekt im Akkusativ.
Der Imperativ - German online activity
Der Imperativ - German online activity.
University of Arizona Ombuds Program
Learn more about the University of Arizona Ombuds Program.
UW|360 September 2012 - STEM Camp UWT
Math-Science Leadership Camps at UW Tacoma prep students for college and career. Watch the full episode online at uwtv.org/uw360.
Introduction to the Cuisine of Trinidad and Tobago
The dual island nation of Trinidad and Tobago is a must stop on any Caribbean journey. Both Trinidad and Tobago were once prosperous sugar islands with enslaved Africans laboring under the oversight of Europeans. The Indian, African and European cultures that make up the islands' histories gave birth to a unique multi-cultural cuisine. For recipes, visit http://www.ciaprochef.com/WCA7.
Third-grade students from Deans Mill School talk about how to write stories that entertain the reader. This is a student podcast. (06:09)
dreamlessly from Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame by Charles Bukowski (poetry reading)
This poem reminds me of the refrain of "Randy Scouse Git" by the Monkees: Why don't you cut your hair? Why don't you live up there? Why don't you do what I do, See what I feel when I care? Why don't you be like me? Why don't you stop and see? Why don't you hate who I hate, Kill who I kill to be free? Incidentally don't believe what you read on the web about the title. It was originally released in the UK with the name "Alternate Title". Then it came up on a TV chat show and somebody remarked
Talks@Google: Peter Fortenbaugh - Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula
The mission of the Boys & Girls Club of the Peninsula is to guide and inspire the youth of our community to develop the attitudes and life skills they need to thrive. The Club provides places where young people aged 6-18 are welcome and can belong after school and all day during the summer. At each of the Club's seven sites located in the most challenged areas of Menlo Park, East Palo Alto and Redwood City, California, trained and caring staff and a cadre of volunteers work through a broad rang
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3rd Grade Game for Writing Skills
This writing teacher explains how she uses Jeopardy as a fun activity to use while teaching writing to third graders. (02:46)
U.S. Morning Call: 16,000 jobs on BofA chopping block
Sep 20 - Bank of America announces it will cut 16,000 jobs this year. And economists forecast a total of 375,000 filings for initial jobless claims this week.
3XSQ: Samsung going after iPhone 5
Sep 20 - Samsung says it is planning to add the iPhone 5 to its existing patent lawsuits against Apple
U.S. Day Ahead: Oracle results to show tech weakness
Sep 19 - Don't be fooled by Oracle when it reports after the close. It's set to see a fatter profit as IT managers spend their budgets before December, but hardware sales could drop by up to 10%.