Science Nation - Orangutan Copycats
By: nsf How smart are copy cats? Maybe it depends on your species You know the saying "monkey see, monkey do?" How about "orangutan see, orangutan do?" If that holds true, the small orangutan peering over his mother's shoulder in an enclosure at Zoo Atlanta should learn how to get a tasty treat just by watching how she gets one. For more information and more ScienceNation videos, go to http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/science_nation/index.jsp
Llegó la Primavera (cuento en español para niños)
Hoy es el primer día de primavera, y aunque pueda llover, al final diremos ES PRIMAVERA. Un cuento que describe esta estación. (3:54)
Greeting and introducing yourself
Greeting and introducing yourself.
Money Game: 3rd Grade (Interactive)
Determine the correct combination of pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, dollars, five dollar bills, ten dollars bills and twenty dollar bills necessary to purchase food items in this online interactive game.
International Business: Studying Abroad at the University of Richmond
Hear as our exchange students tell about their experience studying abroad at the University of Richmond.
The Fight over the Engery Source
Social Cognition, Personality, and Emotion
This article shows how social cognition functions with personality and emotion. The external weblink on this page goes to this book on amazon.com - isbn 978-1105905209
Telwoorden Unité 1 : En action 5 Om de kinderen de telwoorden tot tien nog eens te laten inoefenen, hang ik deze prentjes op in de klas. Elk kind krijgt een rooster mee.Op de stippeltjes moeten ze het cijfer invullen dat bij het prentje hangt.
Om de kinderen de telwoorden tot tien nog eens te laten inoefenen, hang ik deze prentjes op in de klas. Elk kind krijgt een rooster mee.Op de stippeltjes moeten ze het cijfer invullen dat bij het prentje hangt.
Social Impact of Martin Luther Part 3
In 1525 the suffering peasants of Germany revolted. They expected the support of another rebel against authority, theologian Martin Luther. They would be disappointed. Length 3:50
New Student Orientation 2012 -- College of Charleston
The College of Charleston's Office of New Student Programs introduced over 2,800 incoming freshmen and transfer students (and their families) to the campus. Orientation facilitates a new student's adjustment to life at the university. New students and families will attend various information sessions in order to become familiar with what the College has to offer, meet with an advisor, register for classes, and meet other new students. For more information: http://orientation.cofc.edu/
Outcome-Based Evaluation of Programs and Services
SI 623 - This course provides an overview of the purposes and uses of outcome-based evaluation approaches and methods, and provides an opportunity to conduct a focused outcome evaluation of a user-focused service in a library, a nonprofit organization, an archive, a museum or other service-focused organization. Objectives are to:Learn about approaches to outcome-based evaluationIdentify and use context-centered methods for evaluating public information servicesExamine the role of evaluation in d
EAHA Day 1 Session 1: Introduction To The Disaster Management Training Lecture
Universities in the Eastern Africa Region have come together to implement an initiative Health Emergency Management Program (HEMP) that will build the capacity of local governments in the region to manage and plan for response to major disasters of public health importance. The Eastern African Region is prone to many natural and technological disasters of different kinds. There is not one nation in the region that is not vulnerable to the devastating effects of these disasters. Many of these dis
B For Better Oral Hygiene
Oral care has come a long way from munching on frayed twigs! Andrea
Jenna reviews the history of clean teeth from ancient times to the invention of the modern tooth brush first made by Oral B. This compliments the Common Core Test Exemplar book Throw Your Tooth on the Roof by giving students a little background knowledge on how and why they care for their teeth the way they do. (01:19)
Dynasties: The Mongol Empire- Part 2/5
Khubilai Khan was a great ruler because he looked after the destitute and the poor. [10:00] His government even had a postal system.
You're going to like what's next!
A quick animated presentation designed, first, to explain the importance of continuing your education beyond high school. Next, the presentation invites prospective students to explore more about Illinois State University.
Eggleston, "Red Ceiling," or Greenwood, Mississippi,1973 - Smart History at Khan Academy
William Eggleston, "Red Ceiling," or Greenwood, Mississippi, Dye transfer print, 12.625 x 19.0625 in. (32.1 x 48.4 cm), 1973 (prints in MoMA and J. Paul Getty Collection)
Speakers: Dr. Shana Gallagher-Lindsay, Dr. Beth Harris (05:02)
The Consultation Assessment and Improvement Instrument enables the observer to identify explicitly particular consultation strengths and weaknesses, as a prelude to providing specific feedback on how to overcome weaknesses and enhance strengths.
Digital Government 2: Information Technology and Democratic Administration
This seven-week course is the second in a two-part sequence exploring contemporary practices, challenges, and opportunities at the intersection of information technology and democratic governance. This second half of the course takes on emerging directions in democratic administration Đ and the shifting role of information technologies in supporting, transforming, and understanding these. The course locates recent and emerging digital or e-government initiatives in historical, institutional, an
Science Bulletins: Extinct Cave Bear DNA Decoded
Scientists have traditionally looked to fossil evidence of extinct species to understand how Earth's plant and animal life evolved from ancestral forms. By comparing the body structures of species past and present, they can construct family trees that represent change over time. In recent decades, DNA analysis has emerged as another powerful tool to decipher evolutionary relationships. So far, fragments of DNA from about 50 extinct species have been extracted from body parts preserved in permafr
Science Bulletins: American Chestnuts: Back on the Home Turf
Majestic American chestnut trees were once a foundation species—abundant and influential—in the eastern woodlands of North America. But in the early 1900's, a lethal fungus called chestnut blight decimated this ecologically and economically important tree in its native range. In 1983, a group of scientists organized the American Chestnut Foundation with a plan to restore the American chestnut to its native range by breeding it with blight-resistant chestnut species. After decades of work, hy