2011 International Forum on R&D: Paul Martin, Patrick Deane, Lynton (Red) Wilson Conversation
International R&D Collaboration Discussion: A Perspective on Canada in the World Lynton "Red" Wilson, Chancellor, McMaster University; The Right Honourable Paul Martin, former Prime Minister of Canada and Patrick Deane , President & Vice-Chancellor, McMaster University
Moodle 1.9.x NCLOR 5.0 Integration Module and Instructions
The Moodle NCLOR module must be installed on the "back end" by the Moodle Server Admin and can not be installed through the applications admin graphic user interface. Please read the instructions document before installing the building block.
U.S. unveils new mortgage help
Oct 24 - Summary of business headlines: New mortgage help for troubled U.S. homeowners; Netflix tops forecast; Growing global demand lifts Caterpillar's results; FedEx predicts spike in holiday shipping; Stocks rally on earnings, Europe optimism. Conway Gittens reports.
Mindfulness as a Foundation for Health: Thich Nhat Hanh and Health@Google
Vietnamese Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh (known as Thay in his circles) made a rare visit to the Googleplex to lead a half-day Health@Google workshop in the fundamentals of mindfulness. The exercises and rituals of mindfulness lay the path to optimal health and happiness. Thay may be the second most famous Buddhist monk in the world, right after the Dalai Lama. He is certainly one of the best known and most respected Zen Masters in the world. Thay is a best-selling author, poet, and peace activ
Line Integral - Proof of Green's Theorem, Part 1
The instructor talks a little too fast in this video, but is understandable. He uses a whiteboard to demonstrate a proof of a special case of Green's Theorem where the graph can be described in two ways.
PG 32 - 36 COLLAR - VIA LATINA
This section of the reader jumps a level, to more advanced Latin. The text used is based closely on Eutropius' Breviarium. This section of Collar would be suitable for upper-intermediate students of the language. This episode tells the story of the founding of Rome and the life of King Romulus, the first King of Rome.
Oh, the Places You'll Go! by Dr. Seuss
Dr. Seuss's realistic, yet, encouraging advice about growing up, written later in his life, is read so very well by John Lithgow. This video shows still images of the book in double-page spreads. For the thinking child, and a confirmation for the maturing teenager. With music. (6:53)
The Battle of Russia Pt. 6 of 9
The Battle of Russia from the War Classics Collection. "Here we discover Russia's valiant resistance to invasion throughout its history and how that strength of character was key to their determination to prevail against the seemingly unstoppable forces of Nazi Germany in the bloodiest battles of World War II. The film is a wonderful compilation of authentic newsreel footage from both the US Signal Corps and various Soviet resources."
Hurricane Dennis & Tropical Storm Cindy August 27, 1999 - SeaWiFS Data
Hurricane Dennis and tropical storm Cindy Aug. 27, 1999 - SeaWiFS Data
Newton's Laws and Flight
Learning about how airplanes work and how Newton's laws apply to flight. Fun with planes! Can you design a paper airplane that will fly across a room? Why does it fly? Flying airplanes We will discover the lift force with this activity. F
Discover Tokyo Part 3/3
This 3:32 long video is an overview of this city with the emphasis on the various districts.
The Heart of the Matter
This lesson describes how the circulatory system works, including the heart, blood vessels and blood. Students learn about the chambers and valves of the heart, the difference between veins and arteries, and the different components of blood. This lesson also covers the technology engineers have developed to repair the heart if it is damaged. Students also understand how the circulatory system is affected during spaceflight (e.g., astronauts lose muscle in their heart during space travel).
U.S. median wage lowest since 1999
David Cay Johnston breaks the news that wages plummeted last year - and explains why Washington needs to act on jobs now.
Chavez arrives in Cuba for medical tests
Oct. 17 - Cuba's Raul Castro greets Venezuela's Hugo Chavez as the socialist leader arrives to see if recent chemotherapy treatments are beating his cancer. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Luxe Life: Men's bags - what's driving this growing trend?
Oct. 17 - The popularity of the man bag is on the rise and so is it's opportunity for growth in this market. Elizabeth Koraca takes a closer look at how tech gadgets are driving this trend.
Structural color, Lecture IV
Structural color, Lecture IV, Skigin, Diana, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Creating a new Celtic sound scheme for Windows 7 Jennifer Shepherd visits with the producer, engineer, and musicians who contributed to the new Windows 7 sound scheme based on traditional Celtic music.
Jennifer Shepherd visits with the producer, engineer, and musicians who contributed to the new Windows 7 sound scheme based on traditional Celtic music.
$40 million gift supports new university-wide initiative for innovation in learning and teaching
Rita E. and Gustave M. Hauser have given Harvard University $40 million to establish a new initiative that will support innovative teaching and learning across the University.