Holocaust Survivor Testimony: Edith Drori
Edith Drori née Ernst was born in 1920 in Dunaharaszti, Hungary, one of four children. When she was four years old, the family moved to Slovakia and a year later her father died. Before the war, two of Edith's siblings moved to Israel through a hachshara program with Ha Shomer Ha-Tza'ir youth movement and in 1941, when Germany invaded the Soviet Union, Edith's oldest brother was sent to a labor camp. Following rumors that women would also be sent for forced labor, Edith's "leftist" friends conv
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Equestrian Camp
Alfred University equestrian camps offer a wonderful opportunity for all levels of riders from beginners through advanced to define and achieve their personal riding goals during an exciting, fun-filled week.
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Duke University Admissions Chat: Spirit
Three Duke students host a web chat on the topic of athletics and spirit at Duke with prospective students.
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2nd Annual Business Plan and Elevator Pitch Competition v.2
Our 2nd Annual Business Plan and Elevator Pitch Competition is open to all current full or part-time SPC students enrolled in a degree or certificate program. With prizes totaling up to $10,000.00, students with a great business idea should attend an InfoByte information session on one of our campuses to learn more about eligibility, how to enter, resources to help you create a business plan and/or elevator pitch, criteria, prizes and more! About St. Petersburg College: In 1927, St. Petersburg
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Jonathan Zittrain: Hack the Casebook - Great Teachers
With his "Hack the Casebook" project, Jonathan Zittrain is working to revolutionize the way law students relate to the cases they analyze. By putting cases online, Professor Zittrain not only reduces the cost of law school casebooks, he opens up new possibilities for teaching and learning, both inside the classroom and beyond. Jonathan Zittrain is a Professor of Law at Harvard Law School and Harvard Kennedy School, and a professor of Computer Science in the School of Engineering and Applied Sc
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Philosophy Discussion: Darwin in the 21st Century: Nature, Humanity, and God
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Solar Still Part II: Juice
In this video segment adapted from ZOOM, cast members test their solar still to see if they can make fresh water from orange juice.
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6.033: Lecture 15

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Open Classroom - 4/4/12 #5 Q&A
Food and American Society an Urban Perspective Topic for 4/4/12: Food and Health: The Obesity Epidemic Lectures: Katy Tucker - Professor of Health Sciences and Director, Boston Puerto Rican Health Study Richard Daynard - Professor of Law and Director, Public Health Advocacy Institute, Northeastern University Alan Meyers - Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Boston University School of Medicine The Open Classroom Policy Series is a graduate-level public policy seminar that is open to the public
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MusicWeb International : Garlands index
Part of the MusicWeb site, this database by music and literature critic Philip Scowcroft has a large number of articles arranged as an untitled list. Each article opens on a new scroll-down page and titles include 'British Composers in Literature', 'Crime Fiction and Music', 'Music inspired by Sherlock Holmes', 'Music and the Brontes', 'The Cafe Orchestra in Fact and Fiction', 'Jane Austen and Music' and 'Elgar in Crime Fiction'. The articles vary in length and detail but are all fully reference
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Survey of London: volume 11 - Chelsea, part IV: The Royal Hospital
A history and architectural account of the Royal Hospital at Chelsea, including King James' Theological College, formerly on the same site.
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Kloklezen : Hulpblad
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Een hulpblaadje om het kloklezen te ondersteunen.

De kinderen kunnen dit blad gebruiken bij het voorbereiden van toetsen. Ze kunnen dit blad ook gebruiken bij het aanleren van kloklezen.

Leerkrachten kunnen dit blad zelf …


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AU's College of Sciences and Mathematics prepares students by offering real-life experience
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3 R' s - Reduce , Reuse , Re-cycle - Pollution
 This cartoon teaches younger students about the three R's in helping with pollution.  (02:47)
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Seven Spot Ladybird Larva Feeding on Aphids (Ladybugs)
This short video gives excellent real life footage of a Seven Spot Ladybird Larva. Students will get close up views of this amazing insect feeding on aphids. Ladybirds are perhaps the most well-known and popular of all beetles. This rounded beetle has bright red wing cases with 7 black spots, although some individuals may have more or fewer spots. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (0:52)
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2013 Spotlight Arts at UGA
The University of Georgia spotlighted its arts programs and venues during a nine-day festival in November. Spotlight on the Arts at UGA included concerts, theater and dance performances, art exhibitions, poetry readings, film festivals, discussions on the arts and creativity, and more. Arts events continue year-round at the University of Georgia, with several opportunities to enjoy the visual, literary and performing arts.
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