Bill Moyers, The Media and Democracy
Bill Moyers speaks his mind on Big Media to fellow media activists at the National Conference for Media Reform in January 2007. Part 3.
Tech Crew: Assemble!
...from the Tech Crew Alliance comes... "a short but concise guide to the touring industry" - a powerful piece of documentary footage. (10:00)
GRCC Board of Trustees Meeting
Regular meeting of the Grand Rapids Community College Board of Trustees. Recorded February 21, 2011
Careers in Journalism : What Is the Job of a Fashion Journalist?
The job of a fashion journalist is to understand the fashion industry and write about it in a journalistic fashion. Discover why specialization in a certain area can be a good way to go for a journalism career.
Save, Export, and Delete in Audacity part 4
When you first save your file it saves the raw data as an AUP file which only can be played in Audacity. It has to be converted to be played through Quicktime or Media player. This video discusses how to save the file so it can be uploaded as well as adding music to your file. (5:41)
Computer Basics : What Is a Network Hub?
A network hub is used to connect computers together so that they can communicate with each other over the same cable. Set up a network hub by plugging in network cables from different computers using help from a certified computer technician in this video on computer networks. (01:20)
Expert: Jonathan Ayres
Bio: Jonathan Ayres has more than 25 years of computer industry experience with all types of computer hardware and operating systems.
Filmmaker: Todd Green
Flash Professional CS5.5 - Scaling Assets
In this tutorial, Paul Trani shows you how Flash Professional CS5.5 enables you to easily scale contents of a file when you resize the stage. This is a great capability for anything from banners to mobile projects in which you need to target different dimensions.
Recycling : How and Where Is Glass Recycled?
After being taken to a storage location, recycled glass is taken to a glass re-manufacturing facility, where it is crushed and sorted by color. Discover how recycled glass is melted and remade with help from a solid waste planning engineer and recycling program coordinator in this video on glass recycling.
Lynn Bestul is the solid waste planning engineer and recycling program coordinator for the New Hanover Department of Environmental Management in Wilmington, N.C.
Is there a Crisis in World Journalism? Professor Bo Cui
Professor Bo Cui is from the Zhejiang University of Media and Communication in China. Here she gives a Chinese perspective on the question of whether world journalism is in crisis.
Social Media in Plain English
A simple story that illustrates the forces shaping social media. (3:44)
Here Comes Everybody: how change happens when people come together
Clay Shirky, one of the new culture's wisest observers, steer us through the online social explosion and ask what happens when people are given the tools to work together, without needing traditional organisational structures. As online communication becomes ubiquitous, Shirky unpicks fundamental issues that are increasingly the source of much debate in particular in the media, in business, and in government, all of whom are grappling to make sense of the new social revolution. He argues that th
Social media lessons from BP oil spill
Elixir Interactive CEO Fionn Downhill talks Nov. 17, 2010, at Thunderbird School of Global Management about building and managing online reputation. http://www.thunderbird.edu/knowledge
ASPETTI DELLA FORMAZIONE ARTISTICA E DELLE FONTI DELLA PITTURA DI JACKSON POLLOCK
ASPETTI DELLA FORMAZIONE ARTISTICA E DELLE FONTI DELLA PITTURA DI JACKSON POLLOCK,Istituzione universitaria di secondo e terzo livello (ciclo II e III) per la formazione degli insegnanti e/o dei formatori,Memorizzare,Illustrare,Alta formazione universitaria (secondo e terzo livello),Ente ministeriale a supporto dell'innovazione e della valutazione del sistema educativo/formativo,Storia dell'arte,Presenza,Interazione con il tutor/docente,Guidato,Risorsa per studenti,Apprendimento uditivo / visivo
Tell Me Why - Geography
See an excerpt from this phenomenal title from the award-winning Tell Me Why series. What are maps and globes? What is the difference between latitude and longitude? How can you measure distances on a map? What are the largest land masses? What is the difference between a peninsula and a cape? What is the Greenhouse Effect? Why are rain forests important? All these and other important geographic questions are answered in this fascinating title from TMW Media.
This is a 4th graders report on the State of Maryland. They discuss important facts of Maryland including famous people, industry, weather, state flower, state bird, and much, much, more.
Freedom Ride Inspires Participants to Create Change
This video won the 2007 Emmy for Advanced Media Documentary and is from Vanderbilt University. Students and several original Freedom Riders retrace the Freedom Rides of 1961, which were part of the movement that led to the end of segregation in the South.
Physical Geography of the United States
Some pretty images and a very general introduction to the physical geography of the U.S. The video is from the Physical Geography series, from TMW Media. (2:14)
Egypt's Ten Greatest Discoveries: Daily Life in Egypt
This video shows how the discover of a community of stone built houses resulted in some important discovers about how the workers in Egypt lived. Good images. Students might benefit from having a map of the area to show its location and its relation to the Nile.
Develop a Business Plan for the Transport Industry: Measure Performance
Measure performance. This module examines methods of tracking the performance of the business against the plan and preparing contingencies for possible scenarios. This forms section 3 of 3 from the Develop a Business Plan for the Transport Industry module.
Swamps and Such - Natures Kidneys
This video series from WOSU Public Media uses the example of a wetland to explain the structure and functions of ecosystems and how ecosystems change over time. In these videos meet wetland scientist Dan Fink who hosts the program and examines the types of communities of plants, animals, birds and fish that abound in wetlands, the process of photosynthesis, and the complex relationship between water and productivity. Developed in collaboration with The Ohio State University Olentangy River Wetla