The Long Black Freedom Struggle: African American Soldiers in WWI & Korea
Adriane Lentz-Smith of Duke University and David Cline of Virginia Tech discuss the forgotten history of African-American participation in WWI and Korea, followed by a discussion facilitated by Robert Patrick, director of the Veterans History Project. For transcript, captions, and more information, visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=6328
Displacement Week: "The Effects of Gentrification on Chicago's Communities"
A panel discussion with Jamie Kalven: Writer, Invisible Institute; Tom Walsh: Director of Advocacy and Public Policy, Jewish Council on Urban Affiars; Victoria Romero: President of the Board, Pilsen Alliance. Moderated by Virginia Parks: Assistant Professor, School of Social Service Administration, University of Chicago.
President's Awards for Teaching & Learning
Panel discussion featuring winners of the President's Awards for Teaching & Learning: Student Learning, Instructor Experience & International Learning Opportunities.
"Smart Kids Who Hate to Write" by Dianne Craft
This seven miniute video explains about a writing glitch called Dysgraphia. Dysgraphia related to visual/spatial problems.This video shows how to eliminate those problems using a proven method. This exercise was originally developed to improve eye/hand coordination and ball handling ability in sports. Coaches said these students just "knew where they were in the field after doing this exercise." Worth watching and doing your own research.
Omkara (Vishal Bhardwaj, 2006)
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Astronomical Influences on Earths Climate
Olu Admodeni - MSc Entrepreneurship
Hear from Olu Admodeni - MSc Entrepreneurship from Nottingham University Business School.
A-Z OF Famous People With Bipolar Disorder
This ten minute video shows what the presentation's coordinator states are impact by being bipolar. The developer claims that material was in Wikipedia, which is not a documented source. As such you may wish to show this video, but knowing that the material may not be accurate. The video does show that famous people have overcome significant problems to be successful. (09:49)
ISS Update - March 19, 2012
The International Space Station video update for March 19, 2012.
"When a Woman Loves a Man" by David Lehman (poetry reading)
A modern love poem. There's more poems and a biography of David Lehman here: http://www.poetryfoundation.org/bio/david-lehman Americans pronounce Daiquiri as "dackery" - I pronouced it in the English way - it's rum and lime juice: http://www.howjsay.com/index.php?word=daiquiri&submit=Submit Photograph of David Lehman was by Brian Adams: http://brianadamsphotography.blogspot.co.uk Stills from the movie called "When a Man loves a Woman" with Meg Ryan and Andy Garcia: https://www.youtube.com/wa
The Regression Theorem as Conjectural History Maria C. Osterhoudt Resolution - Board of Trustees 3/20/12 A look at a Martin Luther King website Pied Piper of Hamelin (part 1 of 2) Cómo se forma un delta - en español The Everglades Breakingviews: Chance of meaningful reform in China: 'slim' The extraordinary life of John Herschel - Brian Warner Measuring wellbeing and sustainability - Anil Markandya
Symposium on 'The Theory of Money and Credit'. Recorded 10 March 2012 at the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama. [18:18]
http://www.youtube.com/user/StPetersburgCollege Board of Trustees Meeting 03-20-12 About St. Petersburg College: In 1927, St. Petersburg College (then known as St. Petersburg Junior College) became Florida's first private, non-profit, two-year school of higher learning located in downtown St. Petersburg. Full accreditation followed in 1931 and in 1948 SPC became a public college. In June 2001, SPJC officially became St. Petersburg College when Florida's governor signed legislation making it t
Natasha of Storynory reads Robert Brownings Poem about the most famous
rat-charmer and catcher in history. The words are synced with the
beautiful illustrations of Kate Greenaway (1846-1901). NOTE: the words do not appear on the screen. (07:15)
Un delta se localiza delante de la línea de costa, ganando terreno al mar en forma de abanico. Están compuestos por brazos fluviales, que a su vez están separados por islas de sedimentos. Su origen está determinado por los sedimentos que el río deposita en su desembocadura. (1:30)
In this video segment from WILD TV, learn about the Florida Everglades, a giant wetland that is the habitat of many different species of animals. One of the animals featured in the video is the pig frog, named for the sound they make which is similar to a pig’s grunt. They contribute substantially to the ecosystem of the Everglades. Their permeable skin helps reflect toxins in the ecosystem. Scientists are studying pig frogs because they believe the frogs act as indicators of the heal
Mar. 20 - Reform in China can mean almost anything. A lack of external accountability to creditors or voters means the chances for meaningful reform without a major crisis are slim say Breakingviews.
The 2006 Herschel lecture by Professor Brian Warner, University of Cape Town, explores the life of John Herschel, described as the 'first modern scientist', and the son of Bath's famous astronomer William Herschel.
Professor Anil Markandya, from the Department of Economics & International Development, gives the Charter Day lecture in which he explores more sophisticated ways of measuring a country's wellbeing than just looking at GDP; these include assessing its ecological footprint, rating in the Corruption Perception Index and number of happy life years. Using these techniques, there are some surprising winners and losers.
Maria C. Osterhoudt Resolution - Board of Trustees 3/20/12
A look at a Martin Luther King website
Pied Piper of Hamelin (part 1 of 2)
Cómo se forma un delta - en español
Breakingviews: Chance of meaningful reform in China: 'slim'
The extraordinary life of John Herschel - Brian Warner
Measuring wellbeing and sustainability - Anil Markandya