Grease at SUNY Oswego
SUNY Oswego's music and theatre departments collaborated to stage the timeless musical "Grease." Members of the cast and crew talk about what went on behind the scenes.
Lenders offer Greece lifeline
June 16 - Investors fear mounting political turmoil in Greece, where a string of resignations have thrown Prime Minister George Papandreou's plans to form a new cabinet into disarray and could derail the country's push to avoid default. Ruairidh Villar reports.
Requête à un juge de paix
A l'aide d'un plan par étapes, apprendre à des élèves à rédiger une requête pour un juge de paix.
The Past, Present, and Future of Food
Please Note: This video contains graphic imagery which may not be suitable to viewers under the age of 18. Viewer discretion is advised. Whole Foods Market is the largest organic and natural retailer in the world. The co-founder and CEO of Whole Foods, John Mackey will offer a multimedia presentation of the past, present, and future of food. John Mackey will then join Michael Pollan in conversation, continuing in person the exchange of views the two have been conducting since the publication of
Métodos Matemáticos de la Física II
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Rotating around the Tharsis Rise (False Color)
Push in and spin around Tharsis rise on a flat map of Mars MOLA topography with false color
Accidental find heralds new weapon in war on mosquitos
June 20 - A chemical compound, with the potential to produce an insect repellent thousands of times more effective than anything currently available, has been discovered by scientists at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. The discovery came about accidentally during research to find new ways of fighting malaria. Rob Muir reports.
Hurricane Mitch from TRMM: October 27, 1998
A fly-in to Hurricane Mitch on October 27, 1998, showing the three-dimensional structure of the precipitation as measured by the Precipitation Radar instrument on TRMM. In this animation, a surface of constant precipitation is colored by the value of the precipitation on the ground under the surface.
21M.380 Music and Technology: Algorithmic and Generative Music (MIT)
Includes audio/video content: AV special element audio. This course examines the history, techniques, and aesthetics of mechanical and computer-aided approaches to algorithmic music composition and generative music systems. Through creative hands-on projects, readings, listening assignments, and lectures, students will explore a variety of historical and contemporary approaches. Diverse tools and systems will be employed, including applications in Python, MIDI, Csound, SuperCollider, and Pure Da
Pictorial representation of the steps of the scientific method.
omgaan met collega's, Frans
Je legt uit hoe de samenwerking tussen collega's gestimuleerd kan worden, hoe conflicten opgelost of vermeden kunnen worden en hoe je werk en privé strikt gescheiden houdt.
Hit the road, jack? learning about the story of "Route 66", in English
You learn about the meaning of route 66, you get to know about the attractions and you study the song.
Max zoekt een baan - Learn how to look for a job
At the end of this unit you know the name of some professions, you can express your likes and dislikes for a profession and write a text about the job you would like tot do.
Meet the Weaver
War makes the weaver busy. Cloth for everything from sails to bedsheets is created on his loom. Max Hamrick weaves the tale.
How the Cow Ate the Cabbage Read A Loud
This video is a play on the story "There Was an Old Woman Who Swallowed a Fly". The theme is a barnyard and a series of events creates an opportunity for a cow to get out of a gate to eat some cabbage in the field. Words appear at the bottom of the screen and each word is highlighted as it is said. Content is appropriate for elementary students.
Henry David Thoreau - Excerpts from "Life Without Principle"
Using quotes from Thoreau's work, this video shows insights into this author's beliefs and character. A good video for those starting to read his work and for raising discussions in class about nature, work, and the human condition.
Can Animals Predict Disaster?
In interviews with scientists and eyewitnesses, PBS NATURE probes the evidence that some animals may have senses that allow them to predict impending natural disasters long before we can. (51:22)
Emperor Penguins - Parents and Babies in Antarctica
This three-minute video shows how these penguins live and survive in the coldest of climates. It shows how the parents care for the young and how they find food. A good introduction to animal adaption as well as a case study. (02:48)
The OSU Marching Band provides a vivid visual of the Krebs Cycle as a marching pattern. Screen is divided with the band on one side and an animation of the Krebs Cycle on the other. 1:37 min.
How Hitler Rose to Power
This 3:39 video shows how this infamous, ruthless Nazi rose from his life in poverty and quickly rose through the ranks of the German elite to become one of the most powerful and feared men in history. This video shows how people can be swayed by hate and fear using propaganda. His actions, including the murder of six million Jews, is just one of the things was done under his leadership. (03:39)