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Snippet from Finn Family Moomintroll
This is the preface from the book Finn Family Moomintroll by Tove Jansson. The video includes text, narration, and images. The book is listed on the corestandards.org website as part of the suggested reading material for grades K-1. (03:45)
Sample performance tasks for this story include:
Students identify the points at which different characters are telling the story in the Finn Family Moomintroll by Tove Jansson. [RL.1.6]
An Introduction to Togitsu, Japan
A Japanese college student introduces her hometown, Togitsu, Japan, in this selection. The selection contains a slide show of photos with narration provided by the student. ( 3:36)
COMP2211 SEG Final (5th) Deliverable
COMP2211 SEG Final (5th) Deliverable
CSR as a Quality Enabler
“Sustainability” is about more than being environmentally or socially responsible. The story of Tchibo Coffee shows that it can also give customers consistent quality.
Education, Investing and Philanthropy
A "Duke Idea" conversation October 6, 2011, in Washington, D.C., between President Richard H. Brodhead and David Rubenstein T'70, Co-Founder and Managing Director of The Carlyle Group, one of the world's largest private equity firms.
Primetime Employee Forum: Emergency Management
Kyle Cavanaugh, vice president for administration and Duke's emergency coordinator, will be the guest at the Primetime employee forum from noon to 1 p.m. Oct. 26. He will take questions and discuss the university's emergency management process, decision-making and the communication channels used to notify the campus community in emergencies.
Let's Talk Business Live!
Mitch Schlimer, founder and host of the radio show "Let's Talk Business," interviews guests A.J. Robinson and Doug Shipman. Robinson and Shipman share leadership lessons and insights into what it takes to turn an entrepreneurial dream into a reality, discussing their own journey in working toward building the Atlanta-based National Center for Civil and Human Rights.
Proteins & Enzymes: Transglutaminase | Lecture 8 (2011)
Wylie Dufresne (wd~50) October 24, 2011
Authors@Google: Jeff Jarvis
A visionary and optimistic thinker examines the tension between privacy and publicness that is transforming how we form communities, create identities, do business, and live our lives. The internet, Jarvis argues, will change business, society, and life as profoundly as Gutenberg's invention, shifting power from old institutions to us all. Based on extensive interviews, Public Parts introduces us to the men and women building a new industry based on sharing. Some of them have become household n
The U.S. on why it didn't vote for Palestinians' full membership to UNESCO
Oct. 31 - The United States comments as to why it didn't vote in favor of full Palestinian membership to the United Nations' cultural agency UNESCO. Washington is likely to cut funding to UNESCO over the vote. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Optimism drives stocks higher
Oct. 26 - Summary of business headlines: Wall Street lifted by encouraging earnings and economic news; New optimism from euro debt summit; Former Goldman Sachs director charged in insider trading case. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Short Vowels, Short Vowels, Short Vowels With Miss Jenny
Children learn the basic vowel sounds in "Short Vowels, Short Vowels, Short Vowels" with Miss Jenny. (1:09)
Susan Best: Visualising Feeling Michael Roth: "Why Liberal Education Matters" Rally Elon 2011 The Race to Grace: Surviving Stress — Longwood Seminar From Vision to Touch: Exploring the Five Senses — Longwood Seminar
Michael Roth's lecture was co-sponsored by the Arts Research Center and the Townsend Center for the Humanities at UC Berkeley. Currently President of Wesleyan University, Roth has served as President of the California College of the Arts, Associate Director of the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles, and Director of European Studies at Claremont Graduate University. He was also H.B. Professor of Humanities at Scripps College, where he founded and directed the Scripps College Humanities Insti
The Rally Elon event on Friday, October 21, 2011 celebrated the success of Elon University's Ever Elon fundraising campaign. [Full event version; video produced by Elon University's Teaching & Learning Technologies.]
Harvard Medical School Office of Communications & External Relations In today's 24-7 world, it's common to feel anxious, overburdened and stressed periodically. At this Longwood Seminar, doctors explain how the body responds to stressful situations and describe how stress affects psychological and physiological well-being. Faculty members share insight about how stress can be effectively managed.
Harvard Medical School Office of Communications & External Relations The senses make it possible to explore our surroundings and communicate in the world, but do you understand their role in the body? At this Longwood Seminar, a panel of Harvard faculty members who specialize in each of the five senses share their expertise on touch, vision, hearing, smell and taste, and discuss ways the senses can be leveraged to affect our health.
Michael Roth: "Why Liberal Education Matters"
Rally Elon 2011
The Race to Grace: Surviving Stress — Longwood Seminar
From Vision to Touch: Exploring the Five Senses — Longwood Seminar