The Presidency: First Lady Betty Ford
Historian and author Carl Anthony discusses First Lady Betty Ford. The lecture coincides with an exhibit at the museum on Betty Ford s unique life -- - from her Grand Rapids upbringing to a career in fashion and dance, to a congressman s wife, First Lady of the land, to helping millions with breast cancer awareness and overcoming for herself and helping others defeat chemical dependency. (05:41)
Adjectives - Quiz
The pupils will know what an adjective is. They will consolidate their understanding of adjectives. They will know several adjectives.
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FAPERJ AND I2CAM 2007 Interviews
Interviews of foreign people during the 2007 FAPERJ confederation.
Capillary Interactions between Particles
This is one of the Boulder Summer School 2011 lecture videos. The lecturer is Professor Kate Stebe from Uppen. You can find the lecture notes on the BSS2011 website under the link of "Lecture Notes": http://boulder.research.yale.edu/Boulder-2011/index.html
Capillarity and Wetting I
Boulder Summer School 2011, hydrodynamics, fluid dynamics
Transitions : figures in space
In this video Dr Edward Sellman talks about his portrait of the late Alan Sillitoe. As well as being an expert in special needs in Education, Dr Edward Sellman is also a recognised artist and in this video he takes you round his latest exhibition and reveals all about meeting and painting the famous author. 2009 Suitable for Undergraduate Study and Community Education Dr Edward Sellman, Lecturer, School of Education Dr Edward Sellman is a member of the Centre for Research in Schools and Co
"What Does It Mean To Be Green?" written by Rana DiOrio--Book Trailer (Conservation)
This colorful, insightful story, demystifies for children what it means to be green by helping them to view everyday tasks through an environmentally-friendly lens. The book empowers children to do whatever they can to protect the earth's precious resources. Don't be surprised if they start coming up with suggestions of their own for you! This is a great resource to encourage our young readers to go green. (1:48)
Celebrate Our Fifty States
Sing along with Wilson and Ditch as they create a jingle all about the fifty states! Viewers learn a fun new way to remember the states. (1:05)
Holocaust Survivor Testimony: Stella Franco Israel
Stella Franco was born in Rhodes in 1926, the eldest of seven children. Until 1943, the country was far removed from the war, but in 1944 Rhodes began being bombed heavily. During Passover a bomb struck the family's home, killing Stella's mother and five siblings. Overcome by grief, Stella's father moved the remnants of his family to a nearby Greek village, where they stayed for three months. In July the Germans entered the village and assembled the 2,000 Jews into a building. The day after Stel
Going Deeper with Project Roslyn: Exposing the C# and VB compiler’s code analysis Until now, the VB and C# compilers have been used as black boxes. You put text in, and you get out a binary file. In our long-lead project, codename "Roslyn," we are changing that dynamic by building an API that exposes our compilers' analysis engines. In this session, we'll go in-depth in exploring the Roslyn project and the powerful set of APIs for building "code aware" tools and extensions. In this information-packed session, we'll explore six major Ro
Until now, the VB and C# compilers have been used as black boxes. You put text in, and you get out a binary file. In our long-lead project, codename "Roslyn," we are changing that dynamic by building an API that exposes our compilers' analysis engines. In this session, we'll go in-depth in exploring the Roslyn project and the powerful set of APIs for building "code aware" tools and extensions. In this information-packed session, we'll explore six major Ro
Present perfect in Spanish
Present perfect in Spanish.
Genetics 101 Part 3: Where do Your Genes Come From? - Khan Academy
Find out how chromosomes and genes are passed down from parent to child. (04:21)
Plan ahead continued
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SI 521 - Special Topics: Open Educational Resources and the University of Michigan Science Bulletins: Australia's Coral Growth Slows Science Bulletins: Light Pollution—Beyond the Glare HIV: Will there ever be a vaccine? Market Pulse: Sell Italy, buy Spain - ICAP
Corals, like clams, lobster, and sea urchins, are marine calcifiers—they incorporate dissolved minerals from seawater to grow their hard parts. Calcifiers are considered at risk from our increased introduction of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere from the burning of fossil fuels. Carbon dioxide in the air increases the temperature of the ocean by ramping up the greenhouse effect, and the absorption of carbon dioxide into the ocean changes its chemistry so that minerals are less available for
Scientists have long understood that artificial light can disrupt wildlife that takes cues from natural light. It's becoming increasingly clear that light reflected off shiny artificial surfaces such as cars, buildings, and roads can also disrupt animal behavior—sometimes fatally. A new review of research on light pollution by a team of Hungarian and American scientists describes a new concern with polarized light pollution. When light bounces off reflective surfaces, it can become polarized,
A talk about the University's work in China and Africa and its attempts to identify the key determinants of protective immunology against HIV infection that should guide future vaccine design
Oct. 2 - Germany still stands in the way of a Spanish bailout, but any move by Madrid to request aid will make Spanish bonds a buy relative to Italy, says ICAP economist Don Smith.
Science Bulletins: Australia's Coral Growth Slows
Science Bulletins: Light Pollution—Beyond the Glare
HIV: Will there ever be a vaccine?
Market Pulse: Sell Italy, buy Spain - ICAP