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Student Talk: Spartan Basketball
From winning the Big Ten Conference tournament championship after starting the season unranked to receiving Big Ten Player and Coach of the Year accolades—and now selected as a No. 1 seed in the NCAA men's basketball tournament—the Spartan men's basketball team has demonstrated tremendous skill and spirit as it proves itself to be among the best in the nation. Hear what Spartan students have to say about the men's basketball team. Produced by MSU University Relations Social Media Team.
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THESE FINE MORNINGS: Elizabeth Bishop and the New Yorker || Woodberry Poetry Room
A One-Act Play starring Lisa Olstein, Katie Peterson, Robert Pinsky & Lloyd Schwartz Created by Joelle Biele, These Fine Mornings is a one-act play that draws upon excerpts from letters between Bishop and New Yorker editors Charles Pearce, Katharine White, and Howard Moss. Woven between their correspondence are letters Bishop wrote to friends, internal magazine documents, poems, and questions and answers that appear on proofs. Date: Recorded on March 27, 2012, at the Barker Center, Harvard U
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UM Student Vision Lighting Project
The University of Mississippi is working with Philips Lighting Corporation to study the effects different light settings have on learning. Video by Mary Stanton.
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Solar Energy - The Future is Now

The future of energy is Solar and Wind. Video is pictures of solar energy farms around the world.  Video is set to music and pictures are shown, it is not mentioned where the farms are located.  But, it is interesting to see how many solar cells are on a farm. Good video for elementary grade students.  Run time 01:39.


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Bats
Excellent video on bats. Video includes information on different species, wing structure, food, and echo-location. 
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Acknowledgements

Michael Saward is professor in politics at the Open University.

Except for third party materials and otherwise stated (see terms and conditions), this content is made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 Licence

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1.3.1 The role of colour

We can use colour in the following ways.

  • To draw attention. You will often find that important buttons or areas of the screen are a different colour. For example, warning signs are often in bright colours, such as amber or red. Your eyes are drawn to these colours.

  • To show status. As the status becomes more critical, the colour might change. An example of this is traffic lights changing from amber to red.


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Darwin's Theory of Evolution
This seven minute video shows the science behind Darwin's theory.
Over time groups of organisms will underg genetic changes over time due to the process of natural selection. Darwin's theory says that organisms which are most fit for their environmet survive while unfit organisms die, changing the genetics of a species until that species is well adapted for its environment.

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4.1 Facial expression

Facial expression was considered the most crucial element to success in painted portraiture. It was the vehicle through which intangible qualities of mind and soul were conveyed. In painting the idea was to achieve the ideal expression, a synthesis of character and the spiritual essence of being. Although cameras could portray any number of expressions with relative ease – an advantage of the machine over manual practice – early portrait photographers continued to believe in the ideal exp
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Rutherford's Legacy
Dr Glenn Patrick of the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory near Oxford looks at how particle physics has developed following Rutherford's discovery and what developments we might expect.
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2.6.2 End-of-course questions

Question 8

Express the following numbers using scientific (powers of ten) notation:

  • (a) 2.1 million

  • (b) 36 000

  • (c) 1/10

  • (d) 0.0000
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Music in Code
Today, listening to music is easy - we have CDs, MP3s, radio, television and the internet. But around a hundred years ago life was very different - either you had to play music yourself or have someone else play it for you. The 15 video tracks in this album demonstrate various ways to play music by mechanical means, with the ingenious use of levers, pegs, cylinders or paper rolls, and explain the principles used to create and control these music-making machines. This material forms part of TA212
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Variety in Chemistry Education / Physics Higher Education Conference 2016 abstract submission.
Variety in Chemistry Education / Physics Higher Education Conference 2016 abstract submission. - Charles Harrison and David Read and Paul Duckmanton Keywords:UNSPECIFIED
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Noun-Eater Song
This simple music video sings about nouns while it shows pictures of simple nouns (a person, place. or thing) (01:59)
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Teeth Cleaning for Young Children
This preschool  video is for young children to learn how a dentist cleans their teeth using a stuffed alligator. Dr. Keller introduces the instruments used during a cleaning while cleaning  Alligator's teeth.Dr. Keller shows kids what to expect when visiting the dentist (2:14).
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Human Anatomy - BONES
This is a computer-animated video (03:16) that describes the framework of the human body: the skeleton. This video has English captions at the bottom of the screen. This may be good for big classrooms where sound may not travel far.

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The Michelson-Morley Experiment
In 1887, in Cleveland, Ohio, an exquisitely designed measurement of the motion of the earth through the aether resulted in the most brilliant failure in scientific history. Be able to state clearly why the Michelson-Morley experiment should have detected motion relative to the aether according to Newtonian Physics.
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Rising and Sinking
Why does a hot air balloon rise into the sky? Why does ice rise in water when a lump of solid wax will sink in a jar full of melted wax? In this session, we’ll generalize the model we’ve developed about what rises and what sinks, using the idea of balance of forces.
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