Snapshots: Jim Sirmons
http://www.youtube.com/user/StPetersburgCollege About St. Petersburg College: In 1927, St. Petersburg College (then known as St. Petersburg Junior College) became Florida's first private, non-profit, two-year school of higher learning located in downtown St. Petersburg. Full accreditation followed in 1931 and in 1948 SPC became a public college. In June 2001, SPJC officially became St. Petersburg College when Florida's governor signed legislation making it the first community college in Flori
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Creative vibe colors enormous CS 50 innovation fair
Clinical Examinations in Surgery: Components of the History in Surgery This multimedia-based module is part of a series designed for medical students to assist in preparation for clinical examinations in surgery. This module, the first of seven in the series, explores the basic guidelines for surgery and the components history taking. The basic guidelines for surgery are similar to internal medicine. The disease profile, howeve
This multimedia-based module is part of a series designed for medical students to assist in preparation for clinical examinations in surgery. This module, the first of seven in the series, explores the basic guidelines for surgery and the components history taking.
The basic guidelines for surgery are similar to internal medicine. The disease profile, howeve
Beginner - Have no choice There is a phrase in Arabic widely used in the street to mean 'whether you like it or not'. Sometimes saying it issues a statement of challenge. We teach you this phrase along with a lot more high frequency vocabulary so don't miss this lesson!
There is a phrase in Arabic widely used in the street to mean 'whether you like it or not'. Sometimes saying it issues a statement of challenge. We teach you this phrase along with a lot more high frequency vocabulary so don't miss this lesson!
Beryllium is a toxic metal with some unusual properties and this video reviews them such as its metallic properties, being transparent to x-rays, but can cause an industrial lung disease. This 3:38 long video explains what this element and its value to society.
Lee and Longstreet at Gettysburg - End of First Day at Gettysburg
This 4:30 long video is a recreation of the feelings at the end of the first day of battle at Gettysburg - July 1, 1863 - Union lines had collapsed and General Robert E. Lee, their leader, wanted to push forward.Lee's second-in-command - General Longstreet - thought the best move, at that point in the battle, was to have Confederate troops stop fighting. Longstreet reminded Lee that Confederate strategy was defensive (not offensive) in nature - even though the battle of Gettysburg its
Nevada's big bet on secrecy
Consultants, including some with criminal pasts, are selling the gambling center as a haven from taxes and legal liability.
Plagiarism Quiz (final part) - (non-interactive video)
The quiz is really Part 4 from Rutgers University, even though it is not labeled as such. The questions are comical, but the viewer will get the point. (02:03)
This six minute video uses a smart board and a narrator to explain how strokes are caused and what happens. Excellent presentation, but the students might need a vocabulary list as the words as quite complicated for younger students.
L’expertise en Bâtiment
L’expertise en Bâtiment
Mr François PINCHON, Ingénieur ESTP, Président d’honneur du conseil de surveillance de la compagnie des experts agréés par la Cour de Cassation
Maître Robert STEVENSON, avocat londonien, Vice President of the franco-british lawyers society (Angleterre)
L’expertise en Bâtiment
Counting Mat Man's Body Parts
In this Handwriting Without Tears video, the teacher creates "Mat Man" and the students draw a picture of the creation she makes after singing a song counting "Mat Man's" body parts. (6:01)
U.S. Day Ahead: Morgan Stanley's Q2 results may beat: Kozey
July 20 - A positive surprise is expected for Morgan Stanley's second-quarter earnings, and Microsoft fourth-quarter earnings should beat last year's gain, Reuters Equities Analyst John Kozey says.
Filmmakers@Google: Exporting Raymond, with Phil Rosenthal & John Woldenberg
Philip Rosenthal and John Woldenberg spoke to Googlers in Mountain View about the series Everybody Loves Raymond and their film Exporting Raymond. This is the Q&A following the screening of Exporting Raymond. Exporting Raymond's DVD release is August 2nd. View the trailer at www.exportingraymond-movie.com . About Exporting Raymond: "Phil Rosenthal created one of the most successful sitcoms of all-time, "Everybody Loves Raymond." He was a bona-fide expert in his craft. And then.... the Russia
Leadership - Approaches and Philosophies
This session lookes at critiquing transformational leadership theory,exploring emergent leadership theory,considering impact of leadership on organizations and exploring the limitations of leadership research and identify some remedies.
Graduation 2011 - Honorary Profiles - Mohammed Sabir
Mohammed Sabir, the founder of Aagrah, the country's largest and most successful Kashmiri restaurant group, Mohammed Sabir MBE, has been awarded an honorary degree by Leeds Metropolitan as part of our Summer Graduation celebrations.
Early Discoveries and the Atom, Part 2 of 2
In this six-minute video the instructor talks about an experiment in his discussion of atoms. Sometimes the instructor is in the upper right-hand corner with information filling up the rest of the screen.
Learn About Carter Godwin Woodson
(NOTE: The video may have a brief ad before it is shown.) Carter Godwin Woodson was the first African-American historian. Woodson founded Black History Month, and his work helped highlight the contribution made by blacks throughout history. (01:12)
Learn about Amelia Earhart
This 3:21 minute video is a short biography of the world’s most notable early female pilots. It provides insights into her early life and accomplishments and later, mysterious, death.