JHU Opportunity Journal - Sam in the throwing emporium
Freshman Sam Cook practices in the Johns Hopkins University Track and Field throwing emporium, where the team trains when it isn't able to use an outdoor track.
Quiet business ending to 2010
Business summary: quiet ending for a strong year in stocks, first New Year's Eve in Times Square since attempted terrorist bombing in May, CVS to buy Medicare unit for $1.25 billion, Goldman to retake lead in M&A.
A plea for Cuba's prisoners
Cuba's dissident group the Ladies in White demand the release of political prisoners in Cuba. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Civics in Difficult Places
In a live demonstration of globe-straddling communication technologies like Skype, this forum connects to citizen journalists and activists around the world, some of whom frequently test the limits of governmental authority. Moderator Ethan Zuckerman wonders if these new digital forms are fundamentally liberating, provi
GAMBIT Research Video Podcast Episode 11, Part 2 "Local Engagement Games"
In Episode 11, Part 2. LOCAL ENGAGEMENT GAMES.. Steven Schirra, from the Engagement Game Lab at Emerson College, talks abouttheir latest project, Community PlanIt, which is in development. CommunityPlanIt is a location-based mobile game platform, designed to engage neighborhoods in official planning processes, while forging geographically-based communities and advocacy groups around local issues. Founded in 2006, the Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab sets itself apart by emphasizing the creation o
CI Days 2010 at Purdue How can I use CI in the classroom?
CI Days 2010 at Purdue December 9, 2010 How can I use CI in the classroom? Successful classroom experiences from faculty using CI: Nancy Pelaez, Biological Sciences; Ralph Johnson, Forestry and Natural Resources; Mary Sadowski, Technology; Charles Calahan, Child Development and Family Studies and Karen Chang, Nursing
Lesson #006, Monday Di dove sei (tu)? = Where are you from? (informal) Di dov'e' (Lei)? = Where are you from? (formal) Sono di...= I am from... Dov'e'...? = Where is...? Ecco... = Here is... And here are some famous cities and their Italian and English pronunciations. Roma = Rome Milano = Milan Venezia = Venice Firenze = Florence Napoli = Naples
Di dove sei (tu)? = Where are you from? (informal)
Di dov'e' (Lei)? = Where are you from? (formal)
Sono di...= I am from...
Dov'e'...? = Where is...?
Ecco... = Here is...
And here are some famous cities and their Italian and English pronunciations.
Roma = Rome
Milano = Milan
Venezia = Venice
Firenze = Florence
Napoli = Naples
Jar signed flower symbol
"Olla -- black-on-red with stylized rain bird design on exterior. Writing on bottom of pot "SAXX #7 DeptM Chari 168 Lot 240." Possible signature of artist. Good [condition] -- chip on outside rim" -- From the Museum catalog.,Gift by John A. Morgan, 2002
Lower Intermediate S6 #1 - Who is That Japanese Person?
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! If you’re anything like most Japanese people, you have the best intentions of setting your alarm and awakening bright eyed and bushy tailed, ready to attack the day at first light. However, we all know that many days, feeling that way in the morning is unlikely, especially when we are facing [...]
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Treating Dyslexia. Part of the series: Dyslexia. Treating dyslexia begins with early diagnosis and teaching at the mastery level, where a student masters a grade level of materials before pursuing the next level. (3:11)
Oracle octopus predicts the outcome of Germany-USA match
Following in the footsteps of her predecessor Paul the Octopus, Regina is Germany's latest animal oracle to predict the outcome of World Cup matches. Her challenge this time? To pick who will be Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More Lifestyle News: http://smarturl.it/LifestyleNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, nat
Clinical Pearls in General Internal Medicine
Dr. John Bundrick, a consultant in medicine at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, discusses his article "Clinical Pearls in General Internal Medicine," ( Available at: http://tinyurl.com/2ex2evx ) which appears in the January 2011 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings.
Newbie Lesson S3 #11 - Nihongo Dōjō - Your Love of Japanese Will Drive You to Common Grounds!
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! That was close. Well, not that close, but close enough to make you wonder. She isn’t much of a driver, but at least she avoided an accident. Maybe you distract her. Your Japanese was probably so bad she couldn’t understand you! So you ask her in Japanese – since it is [...]
1.1 What is the carbon footprint and why is it important? The carbon footprint is the annual amount of greenhouse gas emissions, mainly carbon dioxide, that result from the activities of an individual or a group of people, especially their use of energy and transport and consumption of goods and services. It's measured as the mass, in kilograms or tonnes per year, either of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions alone, or of the carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) effect of other greenhouse gas emissions.
The carbon footprint is the annual amount of greenhouse gas emissions, mainly carbon dioxide, that result from the activities of an individual or a group of people, especially their use of energy and transport and consumption of goods and services. It's measured as the mass, in kilograms or tonnes per year, either of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions alone, or of the carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) effect of other greenhouse gas emissions.
Advances in HIV Prevention and Treatment
In 2010, there was much scientific progress in preventing and treating HIV infections. We devote this segment to exploring a number of advances in this field.
NYIT Alumnus Heads Alumni & Employer Relations in China
NYIT is expanding the number of alumni coordinators for its overseas campuses as Tania Carvalho reports for NYIT's LI News Tonight. New York Institute of Technology.
The Economics of Upgrading Technology
Nada Anid, Ph.D., Dean of the School of Engineering and Computing Sciences, discusses how NYIT invests in advancing technology. New York Institute of Technology.
Tower Views: Ioan Duca
Larry Burns speaks with the new UTMC Director of Patient Satisfaction