Words In Action: ITALIAN - 50mila lacrime (50 thousand tears)
Words In Action: ITALIAN 50mila lacrime (50 thousand tears), soundtrack from the movie Mine Vaganti (Loose Cannons), by Nina Zilli and Giuliano Palma Performed by Claire Watanabe, Kyle Ridenour Words In Action - A MULTILINGUAL STUDENT PERFORMANCE CELEBRATING LINGUISTIC DIVERSITY AT UC BERKELEY Chevron Auditorium -- International House Wednesday, April 25, 2012 Words In Action is generously sponsored by the BERKELEY LANGUAGE CENTER
Redirecting Fleet Street: 2: Press Regulation: Taking Account of Media Convergence
Lara Fielden, formerly BBC and Ofcom; Visiting Fellow, Reuters Institute, Oxford, gives a talk for the Redirecting Fleet Street: Media Regulation and the Role of Law conference Press regulation, and debate over its future, cannot be isolated from a wider settlement for regulated media content if regulatory coherence across platforms is to be achieved. Consumers, particularly younger consumers, are accessing and engaging with a range of broadcast, print, self-scheduled and wider online content. Y
Attempt to Kill Franklin Roosevelt
In 1933, Italian immigrant Giuseppe Zangara attempted to assassinate President Franklin D. Roosevelt. In this video clip, learn the motives behind Zangara’s attempted assassination plot and what happened to him following his shots at the President. (2:43)
LSE Growth Commission: Evidence Session 4 - Management and Growth [Audio]
Speaker(s): Ian Davis, John Van Reenen, Hal Varian | In this session, Ian Davis (formerly McKinsey & Co.), John Van Reenen (Director, CEP, LSE) and Hal Varian (Chief Economist, Google) will discuss the role of management in a strategy for growth.
Dr Jonathan Trevor and Kate Tojeiro argue the traditional, bureaucratic organisation - based on execution and efficiency - is being replaced by network-based, informal structures as the industrial age disappears. Organisations need to cultivate a model of empowerment, development and liberation of talent within an organisation, to go beyond just merely seeking to exploit efficiencies, but to do something fundamentally different without reference necessarily to those above. The key to this empowe
Skolkovo Tech Director of Student Affairs Bram Caplan, Director of Student Affairs at Skolkovo Tech, speaks about students.
Bram Caplan, Director of Student Affairs at Skolkovo Tech, speaks about students.
12 Months of the Year Kids Song (English and Spanish) by Patty Shukla
This song is to help teach the 12 months of the year in English and Spanish by Patty and Neel Shukla. This is a great resource to introduce and/or review the months of the year in the early childhood classroom. (1:22)
Spreaker Online Radio---Sharing and Embedding Tutorial
This tutorial explains how you can share your shows on facebook or embed them on your blog and website. This is a great resource to further enhance the use of Spreaker in the classroom or at home. (1:11)
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IPL: Professor Richard Walter
Professor Richard Walter of the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology) presents his Inaugural Professorial Lecture on the topic of “Challenges and Diversions in Pacific Archaeology” on 19 October 2011. Professor Walter's research interests include prehistory and archaeology of Oceania with a special interest in Melanesia and Polynesia; material culture analysis; history of archaeological method and theory; ethno-archaeology; and faunal analysis.
HPV Vaccine is Working
A new study shows that the prevalence of human papillomavirus (HPV) in women receiving the HPV vaccine Gardasil has significantly decreased. There is also a decrease amongst women who have not had the vaccine, because of their protection through herd immunity.
Galileo Earth Views (WMS)
The Galileo spacecraft was launched from the Space Shuttle Atlantis on October 18, 1989 on a six-year trip to Jupiter. On the way, the trajectory of the spacecraft took it past Venus once and Earth twice. Galileo took the Earth images in this animation just after the first flyby of the Earth, on December 11 and 12, 1990. This six-hour sequence of images taken two minutes apart clearly shows how the Earth looks from space and how fast (or slow) the cloud features change when looked at from a dist
Scratch@MIT 2012 Keynote "Scratch Goes to School" Recorded on 7/28/12
Recorded on 7/28/12
John Hewson in conversation with Bruce Chapman and Daniel Connell
Former leader of the Liberal Party and ANU Honorary Professorial Fellow Dr John Hewson in conversation with ANU Crawford School of Public Policy Director of Policy Impact Professor Bruce Chapman and Research Fellow, Dr Daniel Connell. This video was recorded for The Conversation's 'In Conversation' series: http://theconversation.edu.au/john-hewson-tax-reform-doesnt-just-mean-lowering-taxes-8289
Teenage Pregnancy in the United States 1950-1990 : Analysis Using Census Data and Contingency Table
This social science lab exercise uses Census data to examine teenage pregnancy in the United States over time and by socio-demographic variables. Students will learn how to access and interpre data as well as begin to think sociologically about teen pregnancy patterns and risk factors.
Assimilation of N2O in the Upper Atmosphere Using a Kalman Filter: N2O Mixing Ratio
This series of animations shows assimilation of N2O in the upper atmosphere using observations from the Cryogenic Limb Etalon Spectrometer (CLAES) on the Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite (UARS). Winds were provided by the Goddard EOS Data Assimilation System (GEOS-DAS). Flow is at the 850K isentropic level. N2O mixing ratio is expressed in parts per billion volume (ppbv).
Campaña antitabaco - anuncio en español
Este video es una campaña antitabaco en España. También, el video trae dos preguntas para contestar. (.50)
How the internet can read your mind
Read the full article here: http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/nstv/2012/04/how-the-internet-can-read-your-mind.html Don't forget to subscribe!
"One Country! One Language! One Flag!" The Invention of an American Tradition
Most people assume that the pledge of allegiance is as old as the Republic. In fact, it was invented in 1892 by Francis Bellamy, director of youth activities for the magazine Youth's Companion. Bellamy drew up the "pledge to the flag" (as it was then called) and publicized it as part of the activities surrounding the 400th anniversary of Columbus's arrival in America. On Columbus Day in 1892, ten million children recited Bellamy's pledge and it soon became a daily ritual in American schoolrooms.