Genocide, War Crimes and the Two Sudans: Can There Be Reconciliation?
Part 4 of the 2011 Sudan in Transition? Southern Independence, Conflict and Reconciliation Symposium. This podcast is part 4 of Addressing the Past, Preparing for the Future: War Crimes, Reconciliation and Human Rights section of the symposium
The Great Pyramid: Deconstructed
This 1:31 minute video shows students how the pyramid was built and the various parts of it. Great statistics that should provide insights into what makes this such a remarkable architectural feature.
Tissue Fluid Formation
This RLO describes the distribution of fluids within the body and describes the forces involved in the circulation of fluids between the capillary and tissue compartments.
mvcConf 2011 - Streaming Live Right Now! mvcConf 2011 is streaming live from the (newly renovated) Channel 9 studios right now. To watch the broadcast - for free - in 720P smooth streaming head to: http://www.mvcconf.com For the full event schedule check out http://www.mvcconf.com/schedule
mvcConf 2011 is streaming live from the (newly renovated) Channel 9 studios right now.
To watch the broadcast - for free - in 720P smooth streaming head to: http://www.mvcconf.com
For the full event schedule check out http://www.mvcconf.com/scheduleAuthor(s):
The American Form of Government
This ten minute video explains the various types of government based on the amount of government society tolerates. The video explains the major types of government and shows how the amount of freedom is based on the type of government. This is a good overview video for older students and clearly shows the difference between a democracy and a republic.
Gratis introductieles Turks Sommige scholen richten een schoolreis naar Turkije in. Om hen hierbij te ondersteunen biedt de vakgroep Turks van Hogeschool Gent Vertaalkunde een gratis introductieles Turks van een à twee uur …
Sommige scholen richten een schoolreis naar Turkije in. Om hen hierbij te ondersteunen biedt de vakgroep Turks van Hogeschool Gent Vertaalkunde een gratis introductieles Turks van een à twee uur …
"Urban Sociology in Theory and Practice, Spring 2009"
" This course is intended to introduce graduate students to a set of core writings in the field of urban sociology. Topics include the changing nature of community, social inequality, political power, socio-spatial change, technological change, and the relationship between the built environment and human behavior. We examine the key theoretical paradigms that have constituted the field since its founding, assess how and why they have changed over time, and discuss the implications of these parad
A Guided Inquiry in a Computer-based Biology Lab
Computer technology is used by the research teams of 3-4 students to search for background information for the guided inquiry, organize this information into a concept map, complete an electronic template (the TLNB: Team Lab Notebook), and analyze data with Microsoft Excel. A computer projection system is used to present their findings to the other teams. This format can be adapted to do open and guided inquiry laboratories in biology for both the major and non-major student. In addition it can
In these video segments, leading historians and legal scholars reflect on the promise of the Supreme Court ruling in Brown v. Board of Education, and why it remains unfulfilled.
Research Outdoorsmanship Homepage
This website provides information about field trips. The site was written specifically for those participating is field research but information applies to wilderness camping and classroom field trips. The site 'aims to pass on some knowledge and skills necessary for the practice of safe field research by focusing on outdoorsmanship as it relates to outdoor research.'
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Deer on Autism, Vaccination, and Scientific Fraud
Investigative journalist Brian Deer talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about Deer's seven years of reporting and legal issues surrounding the 1998 article in The Lancet claiming that the MMR vaccine causes autism and bowel problems. Deer's dogged pursuit of the truth led to the discovery that the 1998 article was fraudulent and that the lead author had hidden payments he received from lawyers to finance the original study. In this podcast, Deer describes how he uncovered the truth and the leg
Child Soldiers: One Voice, One Thousand Children Pt. 1
By Marcus Bleasdale / VII in association with Human Rights Watch and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. "One Voice, One Thousand Children" is a two part series by Marcus Bleasdale looking at Child Soldiers in the first part and Young Girls who are conscripted, raped and made the wives of soldiers in the second. The stories are told by two distinct single voices representing many. This is Part One: Child Soldiers Also featured on VII: http://player.viistories.com/index.php#entryId=310&show
"Achy Breaky Heart" Dance
Students from Missouri State University show steps to and perform The Achy Breaky Hear Dance with motions grapevine, stomp, jump, clap, etc. This is a good resource for teaching rhythmic movement, dance, and team cooperation. (5:11)
Immunology Profit and Cash Flow: A Conclusion - Mini Lecture interesting sightseeings in Kakheti Biomedical Simulations Resource History and Philosophy of Western Astronomy Renew-a-bead
A mini-lecture concluding the introductory series on Understanding Profit and Cash Flow. Please note that this mini-lecture makes reference to a worked example called Fred's Suglasses - should this be required both the question and the solution are provided in the zip file as a Word and Excel file respectively.
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The Biomedical Simulations Resource (BMSR) is operated by the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Southern California. The BMSR has four main research areas that focus on developing modeling and simulation techniques "for the advancement of scientific knowledge and improvement of clinical practice." Detailed descriptions and papers of each of the four core projects are given on the site. Additionally, the Publications section has research volumes available for download. The
These web pages give a brief history of the imporatant figures associated with shaping Astronomical thought into what it is today. It covers the work and discoveries of the ancient Greeks, Ptomely, Copernicus, Galileo, Tycho Brahe, Johannes Kepler, and others. This is a part of Astronomy notes, an educational resource for introductory undergraduate astronomy classes.
A quantitative illustration of how non-renewable resources are depleted while renewable resources continue to provide energy. The activity requires students to remove beads (units of energy) from a bag (representing a country). A certain number of beads are removed from the bag each “year.” At some point, no non-renewable beads remain. Groups of students have different ratios of renewable and non-renewable energy beads. A comparison of the remaining beads and time when they ran out of energy
Profit and Cash Flow: A Conclusion - Mini Lecture
interesting sightseeings in Kakheti
Biomedical Simulations Resource
History and Philosophy of Western Astronomy