Learn about the phenomenon known as "colony collapse" in which populations of bees are dying in this clip from America Revealed. (01:53)
Using Multiple Effects
Learn how to add multiple video effects to a project in this Adobe Premiere Elements CS4 tutorial.
Using Manual Selection Tools
Learn how to use manual selection tools to isolate an area of your image for making local adjustments.
Using automatic selection tools
Learn about tools in Photoshop Elements that can create selections automatically.
Using the toolbox in Photoshop Elements
The toolbox in Photoshop Elements can seem daunting at first. This video breaks down the toolbox and gives a quick overview of each tool's purpose.
Using the Edit workspace
Learn how to use the Edit workspace to enhance and optimize your images with confidence.
Learn how to use themes in Premiere Elements to add music, audio, introductions, titles sequences and more.
Exporting Video Files
Learn all the different ways you can export your video files in this Adobe Premiere Elements tutorial.
NASCAR driver Casey Mears, Crew Chief Bootie Barker, and Cal Wells Visit Elon University
This winter term Alivia Mattioli is teaching a 'Burst The Bubble' class titled "No Speed Limit; The In's & Out's of NASCAR". NASCAR Sprint Cup Driver, Casey Mears, along with his Crew Chief and the former Vice President of Michael Waltrip Racing will be visiting my class to guest lecture.
Managing and editing .psd and raw files with iPhoto and Photoshop Elements
Use iPhoto with Photoshop Elements to manage and edit nonJPEG image files, such as Photoshop .psd and raw files. Import .psd and raw files into iPhoto, edit them, and then resave them as .psd files.
The 50th Anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis Part 2/3
Historians, journalists and policy makers reflected on the events leading up to the Cuban Missile Crisis, how it was resolved, and how lessons learned can be applied to the nuclear challenges facing us today.
Global Teaching Labs Israel - Israeli Culture Part II David Dolev on Israeli Culture - Part II
David Dolev on Israeli Culture - Part II
POL335 Session 1 Spring 2013
International Politics with Hamoud Salhi Guest: Zaman Stanizai
CLPR - Celia Lacayo: Ask an Anglo
Ask an Anglo Mapping White Attitudes Towards Latinos and the Effects on Policy Preferences November 29, 2012 4:00 PM -- 5:30 PM Celia Lacayo Doctoral Canddiate Ethnic Studies Department UC Berkeley The scholarly debate whether racial barriers impede Mexican Americans' integration, particularly in comparison to past European immigrants is an ongoing one. In the past decades there has been an increase in immigrant policies that have and continue to target the Latino community. Increasingly some
Kidney Transplant Recipient Able to Travel Again
This short video introduces Paul Salditt, an architect from Washington, DC who received a kidney transplant at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Mr. Salditt expresses feelings of gratitude to the transplant team and to his surgeon, Dr. Silke Niederhaus, who put his mind at ease about the surgery. Finally free from dialysis, Mr. Salditt plans to resume traveling with his wife. Related Links: Transplant Center http://www.umm.edu/transplant/ Kidney Transplant Program http://www.umm.edu/
Trading at Noon: Big banks make big profits, pay execs less
Jan 16 - JPMorgan's fourth-quarter net income jumped 53 percent, earnings for 2012 set record; Goldman Sachs profit almost triples.
Dr. Rachel Roper awarded patent for improved poxvirus vaccine for infectious diseases and cancer
uses her research on viral pathogens and mechanisms of virulence. Two virus groups are studied in her laboratory, Poxviruses (relatives of smallpox), and Coronaviruses, which include the human Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) virus. Both virus groups are of concern in human and veterinary health. Dr. Roper and her colleagues have developed 2 candidate SARS vaccines and tested them and have filed a patent application on a newly discovered poxvirus protein that blocks immune responses. Her
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GCC prospects bright if policies change - First Solar
Jan. 17 - First Solar, the world's biggest thin-film panel producer, says the GCC is a major growth market but policies in the region must first change for the solar industry to really take off.
The incredible shrinking chip
One of the most important technologies in use today is also one of the smallest. The microchip was invented in Scotland in 1947 and is now at the heart of the electronics industry. This unit uses video clips to explore how the microchip is made and how it works, and to predict the future of this incredible technology.