Technical Communication: Design and Production
Learn to design technical documents and publications at Simon Fraser University -- Continuing Studies http://www.sfu.ca/techcomm Technical communication doesn't stop with writing. Simon Fraser University instructor Ellen Ashdown describes an online technical document design course called Design and Production of Technical Publications. The course is part of a Continuing Studies certificate in technical communication—offered entirely online. In the course, you will learn how design relates to
Velocity of Currents
This is a segment of the Ocean Odyssey series that describes the velocity of water currents. In this video the students conduct experiments. that describes how drilling companies produce and look for oil. Produced specifically for students and is suitable for elementary and older students.
(This is an Emmy award-winning series of instructional programs that introduces students in grades 3-5 to NASA and integrates mathematics, science, and technology through the use of Problem-Based Lea
REI 6th Annual Symposium: Part 1 - Introductions by Dr. Paul Falkowski & Lecture by Dr. Ralph Izzo
This is the first lecture of the Rutgers Energy Institute's 6th Annual Symposium. Dr. Paul Falkowski, director of the Institute, begins the symposium, followed by Dr. Ralph Izzo, President & CEO of PSE&G, who lectures on "The Benefits of Competitive Markets on Consumers in Electricity Markets." Please find the second lecture of the symposium at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezCWyM1cXvI For more information please visit http://rei.rutgers.edu/
UT Gateway Project Update
News coverage of the UT Gateway Project
The Smallpox Virus -- Biological Weapon or Research Tool?
In May 2014, the World Health Assembly met in Geneva to debate the destruction of the world last know stockpiles of the Variola virus, which causes smallpox. Well before the Assembly met it was clear that opinion was divided -- Should the known repositories in secure laboratories in both Russia and USA be destroyed, thus preventing their use as an infectious agent in the future, or kept to ensure that the genetic material was available to scientists and researchers for the development of antiv
Alumni Spotlight - Jeff Stempora
Daily feedback on your driving performance collected by the computer that's already in your car can help insurance companies more accurately price risk and empowers drivers to lower the rates they pay. Jeff Stempora M.B.A. '95, CEO of the Evogi Group explains how.
History Students at Fort Pulaski
History students at Armstrong talk about their experience working at Fort Pulaski
APW2011-The Hazardous Pacific
The Hazardous Pacific: with Dr Colin Filer, Alanna Simpson, Fanny Thornton, Dr Matthew Prebble & Ian Scales. This is the fifth session of Asia Pacific Week 2011, recorded on Tuesday 12 July 2011 at The Australian National University. Concern about the capacity of Pacific island communities to adapt to natural disasters has been heightened by the anticipation that certain types of disaster will become more frequent and severe as a result of climate change. Australian policy makers have even begu
Digital Library Object - Broader education for Special Forces officers.
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How Does a Fan Cool?
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Dead Sea Scrolls
Liquid Assets: How is a Watershed Polluted?
The urban and rural activities of our complex social system aimed toward comfort and progress also have harmful side effects. This segment from a WPSU documentary Liquid Assets describes how the water resources of one city are suffering from these.
Boehner plan likely to pass House: Republican strategist
July 28 - Rich Galen, former communications director to House Speaker Newt Gingrich, analyzes the Tea Party's moves and the growing rift within the Republican caucus.