Mark Cross on Foley Sound Recording
Learn more about Mark's online course at: http://bit.ly/yPy4uB Mark Cross is a successful producer, composer, and mixer with an extensive discography in both film and television that spans over two decades. He currently composes for the NBC prime-time hit show Last Comic Standing, and contributes additional music to the Fox prime-time hit series American Idol, HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm, Kathy Griffin's My Life on the D List (on Bravo), and Denise Richards's It's Complicated (on E!).
How to Say the Colors of the Rainbow in Spanish
Learn the colors of the rainbow in Spanish.
Harriet Beecher Stowe
The Ohio Reading Road Trip video series from ThinkTV Dayton is an exciting literary journey across Ohio and through time. It takes students inside the novels, short stories, and poems of some of Ohio's most famous and beloved writers. In this video learn about author Harriet Beecher Stowe. Living in Cincinnati prior to the Civil War, she met the Underground Railroad Conductors who lived in and around the small town of Ripley, Ohio, along the Ohio River. From them she learned of the pli
Clean Water Technologies: Research at MIT This presentation was made at the MIT Environmental Research Council forum on 15 December 2011. It summarizes a broad range of research at MIT on Clean Water Technology.
This presentation was made at the MIT Environmental Research Council forum on 15 December 2011. It summarizes a broad range of research at MIT on Clean Water Technology.
Midsummer Night's Dream (Peter Hall, 1968)
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Education For Whom and For What?
Noam Chomsky, a world-renowned linguist, intellectual and political activist, spoke at the University of Arizona on Feb. 8, 2012. His lecture, "Education: For Whom and For What?" featured a talk on the state of higher education, followed by a question-and-answer session. Chomsky, an Institute Professor and a Professor Emeritus of Linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he worked for more than 50 years, has been concerned with a range of education-related issues in recent
Intraoperative Neurophysiologic Monitoring
The intraoperative neurophysiologic monitoring service works to identify new neurological impairment during surgery to allow for prompt correction, provides functional guidance to the surgeons and ultimately the best patient outcomes. Related Links: Perioperative Services http://www.umm.edu/perioperative-services/ Department of Anesthesiology http://medschool.umaryland.edu/anesthesiology/ UMMC Division of General Surgery http://www.umm.edu/general_surgery/
THON: Penn State students make a difference
THON is the largest student-run philanthropy in the world. Penn State students make it happen to support children with cancer and their families. See what it's like to be a part of it, and dance for the kids!
Act Big: Dare to See - Kaia Stern - Harvard Thinks Big
Kaia Stern Director of the Prison Studies Project Visiting Faculty at Harvard Divinity School Visiting Faculty in Sociology at Harvard University Visiting Faculty in African and African American Studies at Harvard University
The Black Death Begins (3:32)
Abundant trade and shipping spread the Black Death rapidly through Asia and Europe. This video uses actors to add depth to this story, but the excellent maps are the most important for student understanding.
Rational Exponent Rules - Problem 1 of 4
This video is a continuation and presents an example that demonstrates how to apply the rules for rational exponents. This example explains how to simplify a rational expression with fractional exponents. (2:17)
Rational Exponent Rules - Problem 4 of 4
This video is a continuation and provides an example that demonstrates how to simplify a higher degree radical expression by applying the rules for rational exponents. (1:44)
Simplifying Radicals Using Rational Exponents
This video explains how to simplify roots that are either greater than four or have a term raised to a large number by rewriting the problem using rational exponents. Remember that every root can be written as a fraction, with the denominator indicating the root's power. When simplifying radicals, since a power to a power multiplies the exponents, the problem is simplified by multiplying all the exponents together. (1:44)
Simplifying Radicals Using Rational Exponents - Problem 1 of 2
This video is a continuation and provides an example problem that demonstrates how to simplify roots that have a term raised to a large number by using rational exponents to rewrite the problem. (1:23)
Choosing the Right College
This short video interview goes over the major points to look for when selecting a college. A good overview.
The Hunger Games - Official Theatrical Trailer + Review
This selection contains the official trailer for the film The Hunger Games based on the novel by Suzanne Collins. Set in the future in Panem, which was once known as North America, the capitol keeps the people in line by sending one boy and one girl between the ages of twelve and eighteen to participate in the annual Hunger Games, a fight to the death on live TV. ( 3:40)
Sometimes I Run: Stanley Maupin, Sidewalk Flusher
1973 portrait of Stanley Maupin who cleans sidewalks at night for the Dallas Department of Sanitation. A film by Blaine Dunlap with music by Ken Watson.
Work, Urban Life / South / 1973
Lesson #050, Friday Che fila lunga! = What a long line! Ho fame. = I'm hungry. (I have hunger) Buon appetito! = Enjoy your meal! (Good appetite) Grazie, altrettanto. = Thanks, same to you. Basta, grazie. = That's enough, thank you. Sono sazio(a) = I'm full. Ho ancora fame. = I'm still hungry. (I have more hunger) Mi passa il sale, per favore? = Will you pass me the salt please? (formal) Mi passi il pepe, per favore? = Will you pass me the pepper please? (in
Che fila lunga! = What a long line!
Ho fame. = I'm hungry. (I have hunger)
Buon appetito! = Enjoy your meal! (Good appetite)
Grazie, altrettanto. = Thanks, same to you.
Basta, grazie. = That's enough, thank you.
Sono sazio(a) = I'm full.
Ho ancora fame. = I'm still hungry. (I have more hunger)
Mi passa il sale, per favore? = Will you pass me the salt please? (formal)
Mi passi il pepe, per favore? = Will you pass me the pepper please? (in
FDR and the Court
In 1937 when Elsie Parrish, a maid for the West Coast Hotels in Washington State, sued for back wages based upon the state minimum wage, her employer argued for “liberty of contract.” With the economic challenges of the Depression as a factor and in a true reversal from previous trends, the Supreme Court abandoned strict ideas regarding “free market” protectionism at the expense of individual workers and ruled on the side of Parrish. This video explores the Court’s
Freedom Riders Create Change
In this video segment adapted from American Experience: "Freedom Riders," view newsreel footage, archival photos, and interviews to explore how the Freedom Rides of 1961 brought about the end of racial segregation in interstate transportation. The Freedom Riders, aware that their nonviolent protest would elicit violence from some Southerners attempting to enforce local segregation laws, were determined to continue their protest even in the face of possible arrest. A series of events involvi