OII Internet and Society Awards: Raspberry Pi
Victoria Nash, talks to Pete Lomas, Founder and Trustee at Raspberry Pi, recipients of an Internet and Society Award in 2012 from OII, in recognition of their exemplary efforts in using the Internet for the public good in Britain. Raspberry Pi has developed an affordable, approachable pocket-sized computer that is already providing today's children with unparalleled opportunities for learning to program. Digital computing and the Internet, with all the current emphasis on touch-screen visual cue
GRCC Students share their hopes as well as how their experience has benefited from instructors and staff making accommodations to allow them to be successful. Featuring Sarah Stanford, Chris Melton and Kenya Lee.
Be Bright. Be Seen
Benny Beaver knows the key to a safe commute is to be seen. Using lights and reflective tape and wearing light-colored clothes makes you more visible as a biker or pedestrian. Stand out and stay safe. http://poweredbyorange.com/be-bright/ Music by Finn Riggins
Marc Brown & Judy Sierra: 2012 National Book Festival
Marc Brown & Judy Sierra appear at the 2012 Library of Congress National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: Marc Brown has illustrated many popular picture books, including "Wild About Books" and "Born to Read." He is also the creator of PBS's six-time Emmy Award-winning "Arthur" television show. Judy Sierra and Marc Brown have partnered together on the New York Times best-selling picture book "Wild About Books" and its follow-up, "Zoozical!," as well as "Born to Read." This fall, the famed duo
Part 2 of Shell Method with Two Functions of Y - Khan Academy
Salman Khan continues his lecture concerning using the shell method with two functions of Y during this five-minute video clip.
Epsilon-Delta Definition of Limits - Khan Academy
Salman Khan explores the epsilon-delta definition of limits during this seven-minute clip.
Ancient soil study finds Jurassic ecosystems were similar to modern
SMU study finds Jurassic ecosystems were similar to modern: animals flourish among lush plants. In modern ecosystems, it's widely known that animals flourish in regions where the climate and landscape produce lush vegetation. A new study set out to discover whether that same relationship held true 150 million years ago during the Late Jurassic when dinosaurs roamed the Earth. "The assumption has been that ancient ecosystems worked just like our modern ecosystems," said paleontologist and lead
Chengdu's Open-Air Market
We start our tour where every good cook starts: at the market. In this case, a neighborhood open-air market in Chengdu, the lively capital of Sichuan province. Fuchsia Dunlop will guide us through the market and introduce us to the robust seasonings that distinguish the local food and to the abundant fresh produce at the heart of the wholesome Sichuan diet. For recipes, visit http://www.ciaprochef.com/WCA6
Marco Polo: Full Biography
Marco Polo was born in 1254, in Venice, Italy. He traveled extensively with his family, journeying from Europe to Asia from 1271 to 1295. He remained in China for 17 of those years. Around 1292, he left China, acting as consort along the way to a Mongol princess who was being sent to Persia. His book Il Milione describes his travels and experiences and influenced later adventurers and merchants. In this Biography Channel full length video, learn about the life of explorer Marco Polo. (45:45)
How Two Decisions Led Me To Olympic Glory
From setback and injury to an Olympic gold medal -- see how confidently making decisions led one bobsledder down an unexpected
pathway to victory. (04:02)
Hot Apps: Mush, Christmas Ringtones, Ragdoll Run, Super Voltage, Windows 8 Ringtones | Hot Apps Hot Apps will feature 5 of the hottest apps each week for the Windows Phone. In this episode Laura takes a look at:
Hot Apps will feature 5 of the hottest apps each week for the Windows Phone. In this episode Laura takes a look at:
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Open Classroom - 1/9/13 - #4 Q & A
Climate Change. Challenges. Solutions. Topic for 1/9/13: Science & Ethics
Faculty Learning Day, Jan. 2013 | Lennie Scott-Webber
This session will discuss how instructors can design and set-up learning spaces with accessibility and universal design in mind.
Is the Power Rule Reasonable? - Khan Academy
During this seven-minute clip, Salman Khan asks explores whether the power rule is reasonable.
Raccoons and the City
Learn surprising facts about raccoons in this clip from Nature. This video discusses the ways in which raccoons have changed to live in cities. (06:09)
YOW! 2012: Ben Hogan and Peter Moran - Real World Agile Over the last 18 months Ben Hogan worked as an iteration manager at REA Group where he lead REA's program to implement continuous delivery of testing and production environments both in the cloud and in our production data centers. Ben works as a consultant, coach and trainer with many organizations seeking to adopt Lean, Kanban, Agile, Scrum and XP. Elon Bridges Program All about speed: Corvette at 60 resurrects the Stingray
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Chevrolet introduced its latest Corvette at the North American International Auto Show. Reuters' Paul Ingrassia breaks down the highlights of the new model and delves into the legendary sports car's rich history.
Over the last 18 months Ben Hogan worked as an iteration manager at REA Group where he lead REA's program to implement continuous delivery of testing and production environments both in the cloud and in our production data centers. Ben works as a consultant, coach and trainer with many organizations seeking to adopt Lean, Kanban, Agile, Scrum and XP.
Elon Bridges Program
All about speed: Corvette at 60 resurrects the Stingray