Global Warming: Carbon Dioxide and the Greenhouse Effect
This video segment adapted from NOVA/FRONTLINE demonstrates the physical property of carbon dioxide that causes the greenhouse effect.
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Biodiversity Counts
The design of the Biodiversity Counts resource collection allows you to tailor a curriculum by choosing the combination of resources that meet your requirements, needs, and time constraints. Mix and match to form your own curriculum or try one of the suggested combinations below-they offer a choice between investigating plants, arthropods, or both, in full or abridged versions.
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BITESIZE Biology
BITESIZE Biology -- õppematerjale bioloogias. Mitmesuguste bioloogiateemade käsitlusi: tekst, skeemid ja animatsioone, testid (The Biosphere, The World of Plants, Animal Survival, Investigating Cells, The Body in Action, Inheritance, Biotechnology…).
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Gates apologizes for Afghan civilian deaths
U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates apologizes for the accidental killing of nine Afghan boys last week -- calling it a "setback." Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
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Web 2.0 in the Education Enterprise
We will be using technology to support nearly all of our activities. This site is built to provide us with modern tools to facilitate communication and collaboration. Each person in this class will have a blog, have the ability to collaboratively author content in this space, and will be asked to contribute to the overall content basis on the course itself. The course is about the emergence of the read/write web and the space not only supports that idea but promotes it. Every piece of content at
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SpokenMedia Player

Demo of the first pass of a video player for SpokenMedia that integrates video playback and transcript display.


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PSA-No Smoking Game
This short, student produced video is a great teaching resource to use as a discussion starter for topics such as bad habits, unhealthy choices, and/or lung cancer. This is appropriate for upper middle/high school students. It is short and to the point that smoking is harmful. (0:30)
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Federalism and Policy-Making
Federalism as a concept — Roots of German federalism — The Länder and their constitutional responsibilities — Developments of German federalism — The influence of European integration — The Bundesrat and policy-making.
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Chemistry Professor Warns About the Dangers of Antioxidants
CSUN Professor Gagik Melikyan, author of "Guilty Until Proven Innocent," on KCAL 9 News at Noon.
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Wrest Park House and Gardens N100582

WREST PARK HOUSE AND GARDENS, Silsoe, Bedfordshire. General view of the South front and the Parterre garden showing statues and flowerbeds.


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Of Muses and Mises: A Prelude to Natural Philosophy

Gustave Moreau, Hésiode et la Muse, 1891

Pop quiz: who did Murray Rothbard call "the first Greek economic thinker"? Aristotle, you say? Plato? Nope. To quote Rothbard himself:

The honor of being the first Greek economic thinker goes to the poet Hesiod.[1]

Now, Hesiod was a farmer-turned-poet in a b
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2.4 Thinking through the challenges

In addressing the challenges of the social sciences, we have emphasised the ways in which social researchers are themselves located within a particular social and cultural context and that it is worthwhile to consider the implications of this for social science. This leads us to consider if, and how, our own position in society has an impact upon the way that we produce social scientific knowledge. In short, we should consider how much we draw upon our own values, assumptions and identities w
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Jeugdboekenweek 2011 : Geheim
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Dit werkblad kan je gebruiken als instap voor een lessenreeks over de Jeugdboekenweek. Het thema van de Jeugdboekenweek 2011 is 'geheim'. Leerlingen moeten per twee een aantal puzzels en opdrachten oplossen om de schat te bemachtigen. De …


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Episode 37: Reinvigorating the World Trade Organization

Political scientist and Warwick Commission member Prof Ann Capling demystifies the World Trade Organization (WTO), and suggests how it might reinvigorate itself in a changing global trade environment. With podcast host Eric van Bemmel.