Basic Needs: U.S. currency
Humans need to feel financially safe and stable.
Basic Human Needs: Safety and security
Humans have basic needs that need to be met. Two of these needs are met by feeling safe and secure in their lives. Safety and security can pertain to both physical and emotional components.
Beyond basic powerpoint: How to give a whole brain presentation that wows your audience
How can you engage your audience when giving a presentation to ensure you avoid the dreadful, death by powerpoint? We've all been there, stuck in our seats, having to sit through the longest, least interesting presentation in the world, you thought would never end. Bob Cole, Director of the Teaching and Learning Collaborative at the Monterey Institute of International Studies, is a specialist on guiding students and Institute faculty on how to present differently. Bob is an educational technol
Use of Basic Laboratory Equipment: Introduction - Use of Basic Laboratory Equipment - TracEEE Way
The purpose of this instructional video series is to show undergraduate students basic testing and measurement techniques in the use of oscilloscopes, function generators, digital multimeters and circuit construction using patching platform. This video series has already benefitted our undergraduate students in Nottingham, Malaysia and Ningbo campuses.
Use of Basic Laboratory Equipment: Episode 1 - Multimeter
How to take measurements using a digital multimeter.
Use of Basic Laboratory Equipment: Episode 2 - Power supply.
How to use a D.C. power supply unit.
Use of Basic Laboratory Equipment: Episode 3 - Oscilloscope
Viewing of voltage and current waveforms.
Use of Basic Laboratory Equipment: Episode 4 - Function generator
How to use a signal/function generator.
Basic Biosafety Induction
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Basic Math Facts Fluency
Every math teacher struggles to find ways to encourage students to master their basic facts. Whether for addition and subtraction facts or for multiplication and division facts, teachers collect many ideas from which they can draw activities to meet the varied needs of learners in their classes. Games and Who Has? activities are especially motivational and continual play can help students develop fact fluency in an effort to master the games and capture the most points.
Water is a basic human right
Mrs Sherry Ayitey, believes the issue of water resources is one of basic "human rights". She says that in this inter-connected age the developed world needs to embrace the problems the developing world is facing. (Mrs Sherry Ayitey The Honourable Minister for Environment, Science and Technology Government of Ghana)
Basic Electronics: Uncovering OHM's Law
In this simulation you will investigate relationships between voltage, resistance, and current that exists in an electric circuit. You will adjust voltage of the power source and resistance of the resistor and then use digital multimeter to obtain measurements. Then you will record these measurements and look for relationships that exist between voltage, resistance, and current.
Basic radio physics
A general introduction to basic physics relevant for wireless networking.
Basic research methods
This unit covers basic research methods in an easily accessible way, and includes research tips and pros and cons for each method. It also takes learners through a step-by-step approach to planning research.
Lecture 23: Immunology 2
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Lecture 22: Immunology 1
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Lecture 28: Immunology II
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Lecture 27: Recombinant DNA III (cont.); Immunology I
MIT 7.014 - Video - Lecture 27: Recombinant DNA III (cont.); Immunology I - MIT > MIT OpenCourseWare > Biology > Courses > MIT 7.014 > Video > Lecture 27: Recombinant DNA III (cont.); Immunology I
Ontological Difference, Basic Problems
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Temporalität, Basic Problems
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