Plastic Bag Bracelet
This is a great way to make a bracelet for either yourself or a friend. Materials Needed:Plastic Bag (with colorful design), Scissors, Pony Beads (these are used as decoration on braided hair). There is no sound, but the instructions appear on the screen. (00:56)
PediNeuroLogic Exam: Introduction: General Physical Examination
In the neurological assessment of the child don't neglect the general physical examination. Some of the parts of the general examination that are particularly important to note are the following: Somatic growth - measure height and weight and compare percentiles with head circumference; Search for dysmorphic features - carefully study the face especially the midface. There is the old adage that the face reflects the brain because anomalies of the midface are often associated with underlying brai
Using operations research to address aviation security problems
A news report featuring the research of Professor Sheldon H. Jacobson at the University of Illinois, on applying operations research methodologies to address aviation security problems.
EPTOMS Ozone: Northern Hemisphere (1-1-00 - 12-31-00)
This animation was created for an exhibit at the National Space Center in Leicester, England.
TOMS Ozone of the South Pole for the National Geographic Society
Stratospheric Ozone level for October 1, 1980.
Learning Enhancement Center at The University of Toledo - Tera McDonald
UT Student Tera McDonald speaks about her experience with the Learning Enhancement Center at The University of Toledo
TRMM Biomass Burning - Smoke Inhibits Rainfall: Water Droplet Size, Precipitation and Fires March 1,
Correlated water droplet size, precipitation, and fires over northern Borneo on March 1, 1998
Seeing and Exploring the Universe Resource Guide
This guide provides an overview of 16 NASA missions studying the structure and evolution of the Universe. A description of the science and educational programs for each mission is provided, along with a list of other relevant resources and websites. The following missions are described in the guide: Advanced Composition Explorer(ACE), Astro-E2, Chandra, Cosmic Hot Interstellar Plasma Spectrometer (CHIPS), Constellation X-ray Mission (CON-X), Galaxy Evolution Explorer (GALEX) Gamma-Ray Large Area
Move Theory/FUNction Principles: Why Children Should Play
Dr. Brown will share the concepts behind "Move Theory." Dr. Brown states: I believe that "Active Play", the act of engaging in playful, exuberant movement is essential for the full development of a human being. Humans must be "Active" to ensure health and function. "Play" is essential to develop the resilience, self-efficacy, and creative problem solving ability we all need to navigate and change the world.
Memories of Wesbrook Hall at the University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota historian Ann Pflaum discusses the history of Wesbrook Hall, constructed in 1896 and scheduled for demolition in the summer of 2011. Wesbrook Hall has housed many U of M departments over the past 115 years, including the Medical School, dentistry and the College of Continuing Education. It will be replaced by green space that will showcase the soon-to-be renovated Northrop Auditorium.
Good Listening - The Journey
Produced by Andrew Ippel's class at Creston High School, with the assistance of GRCC Media Technologies, this short documentary tells the story of "The Cool Cats" from CA Frost Environmental Academy; a class of 'recent hearers' that wrote and performed an original theatrical production with the help of VSA Arts of Michigan Grand Rapids.
Phy1320: Angular Momentum -- The Mathematics of Torque
R.G. (Dick) Baldwin
This module explains the mathematics of torque in a format that is accessible to blind students.
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Angular Momentum -- Torque, Work and Energy for Blind Students
This module explains torque, work and energy in a format that is accessible to blind students.
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