Cool Facts About Cool Cats - Tigers, Snow Leopards
The Amur or Siberian tiger has no problem living in a very cold part of Russia. Winter months can be a snowy and chilly -10 to -40 degrees Fahrenheit! Learn about some features that help these big cats survive and thrive in such frigid temperatures (Running Time 2:20).
Fooled By Nature Videos - The Leopard
Some minor graphic images in this video about Leopards use their strength and cunning to survive against larger animals. A good video for science classes to help show how animals have evolved to survive. Run time 02:40.
Half Lion, Half Tiger - It's a Liger
This short film features ligers at a German Zoo. (Ligers are only bred and raised in captivity. Scientists are doubtful that a liger could exist in the wild.) Run time 01:22.
Not a Tiger, Not a Lion. It’s a Liger!
Hybrids like mules have been domesticated by human beings for
centuries. Even many of the breeds of pets that we have (dogs and cats) are hybrids between species.
But what do you get when you mix two of the biggest, most beautiful
big cats? A liger! A liger is the baby born out of the mating of a male
lion and a female tiger. It is the biggest wild cat in the world, bigger
than both its parents!
It also inherits certain specific characteristics from
About Visualizing Cultures, part 3
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Theories of Motivation - Mini Lecture
A mini lecture that looks at what motivation is, what motivates us and then goes on to look how we motivate people according to various theorists such as Herzberg, Maslow and Vroom
Do You Underline the Name of a Television Show?
The name of a TV show itself should be underlined because the TV
show has episodes with their own additional titles. Learn about underlining TV show titles and place their episode titles in quotes with help from a certified tutor in this video clip.
Finding Perimeter - Math Help
Students learn that the perimeter of a figure is the distance around the figure.
Computer Networking Tutorial - 6 - OSI Model Network and Transport Layer
This in an informative video on the network and transport layer of the OSI model. Run time 06:25.
Digestion of Types of Food
Animation shows how proteins, fats, and carbohydrates are digested by the digestive system with the use of different enzymes. Grades 7-12. 2:45 min.
Virtual Maths - 2D Shapes, rectangle
Interactive simulation demonstrating calculation of area of a rectangle
Unmoderated Caucus Rattlesnake Bite Arts and Science Students Showcase their Research The Tale of Psyche and Cupid City history and multi-scale spatial master-planning Using Literature to Teach Reading Katie Carpenter Continuity of a Function Professor Sterman talks on Process Improvement//Market Analysis
This professional video from National Geographic is of a photographer who was bitten by a rattlesnake. Details of the venom's progression and effects on the man's body are explored through animation and his personal account. (4:39)
http://concordia.ca/now | http://artsandscience.concordia.ca/ Undergraduate students from the humanities, social sciences and sciences gathered in the LB Building on Friday, March 30th to present their research and showcase their research-creation projects at a daylong event hosted by the Faculty of Arts and Science. Since its inception in 2006, close to 500 students have participated in Undergraduate Research Day. Each year the judges are asked to evaluate projects based on presentation, rele
This student-made video of the myth of Psyche and Cupid features stop motion animation and other special effects. While the video follows the myth (from Ovid's Metamorphoses) closely enough in the beginning, the ending is very different from the original. This movie won 1st place in the audio visual category of the 2009 Ontario Student Classics Conference. Music and text, no narration, live video and still photography. (5:01)
The UK and Chinese Governments have agreed at the highest level to collaborate through the China-UK Sustainable Development Dialogue on research and knowledge exchange to help ensure that the way we develop our cities will become truly sustainable. As a part of that initiative a group of related networks has been funded by the UK’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, inspired by the Dongtan Eco-city development north of Shanghai. The specific network which is the subject of th
Literature can be used to teach children how to read by involving them in activities that establish positive attitudes towards reading. Discover how literature can help to free a child's imagination so that they can make their own interpretation with help from an English specialist and president of a theater group in this video on reading.
Read more: Using Literature to Teach Reading: Reading
Warwick History Graduate working in a customer business development function.
This video explains the three conditions that must be met in order for a function to be continuous at a certain point. The continuity of a function only exists if these three conditions are met. (0:55)
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Arts and Science Students Showcase their Research
The Tale of Psyche and Cupid
City history and multi-scale spatial master-planning
Using Literature to Teach Reading
Continuity of a Function
Professor Sterman talks on Process Improvement//Market Analysis