1976 Presidential Ad
Jimmy Carter was campaigning to become the first president from the Deep South since 1849. His ads, created by Atlanta advertising executive Gerald Rafshoon, skillfully made use of his heritage. They portrayed him as honest, hardworking, untainted by Washington politics, and almost mythically connected to America’s agricultural past--a non-lawyer who knew the value of manual labor. (0:35)
William Jefferson Clinton
(Note: This two-minute video is a little blurry, but still watchable.) Bill Clinton became the 42nd President of the United States in 1993, and the first Democratic President to serve two terms since Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Born in Hope, Arkansas, he grew up in a turbulent and troubled home. Rising from poverty to graduate from Georgetown University, he attended Oxford University on a Rhodes scholarship and received a law degree from Yale. After serving as Attorney General of Ark
The Future of the United Nations Security Council
2008 has already brought major new challenges for diplomats. The situations in Kenya and Pakistan underline the depths of the problems in Africa and elsewhere. The Security Council and UN peacekeepers were already at historically high levels of activity in 2006-2007. Can they take on any more? NATO, the EU, the US, the Nordics, and Australia and New Zealand also seem to be stretched to the limit. Perhaps it is time for some searching analysis of whether the current machinery for international co
Rock & Read with Larry Kirwan
The Missouri State University Public Affairs Conference kicked off with a "rockin" performance by Larry Kirwan, playwright, author, radio host and lead vocalist/guitarist for New York City-based Celtic rock band Black 47. Kirwan performed songs and read from his works, including his novel, "Rockin' in the Bronx."
Learning space evaluation
The subject of physical learning space has in recent years become increasingly complex This reflection examines what evidence exists in this area
Power cable insulation
Power cable insulation
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Magician's Nephew Live Play Part 3
This is a video recording of a live play from a July 2006 production of
The Magician's Nephew from C.S. Lewis' The Chronicles of Narnia.
This production is aimed at a children's audience. The video sound and image quality is not very good.
Welcome to this Futures workbook on finding work. It is split into several sections describing different techniques for finding work. You can dip in and out of the different sections; however it is not wise to rely on only one mechanism for finding work. It is a competitive market for final year students and new graduates and so you should try many alternate ways to find work.
Authors at Google, Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen, "Giving 2.0"
The Authors@Google program presents Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen, author of "Giving 2.0: Transform Your Giving and Our World". Written for all readers of all income levels, ages, and backgrounds, Giving 2.0 is a guide to living a life of generosity that is socially impactful, emotionally rewarding, and rich with learning. The author not only shares her own experiences as a prominent young philanthropist, academic, and social innovator, but also tells the inspiring stories of how ordinary, generou
Processing Speed Disorder
A Short Military History of the USA
Done with photos and music. This four minute video is more a salute to editing video. Nothing of value except as an example of what students can do when making videos.
Embedding enterprise in the curriculum
This presentation discusses the pioneering approach to the embedding of enterprise in the curriculum through people and pedagogy
This video teaches how to find cardinal directions on a map.
Westard Movement: Texas Revolt
A short video about slavery as one of the causes of the Texas revolt explained.
Wealth Strategies: Fiscal Cliff 101 - How much will it cost?
Nov. 27 - T.Rowe chief economist Alan Levenson says that if policymakers fail to resolve all elements of the fiscal cliff, U.S. GDP will be cut by 4.4%, but is most concerned about tax hikes and spending cuts.
The Origin of Egyptian Civilization, Part 3
Learn the history and origin of the ancient black people who are called Egyptians. There's information stretching further back, further than the pre-dynastic period. Some questionable facts and fairly old data are given. (09:49)
African Rock Art Engravings and Carvings in the Sahara
This video shows examples of African Rock Art and engravings in the Sahara. There is some narration, but the teacher must provide context and a map of the area would help students understand better. (01:35)
Animation Mondays - Navi (Comfort women)
Welcome to Animation Mondays! If you're an animation fan or creator this is the series for you. Each Monday our graduate students hosts will be introducing you to the amazing world of animation - how works were created, different techniques used and more. In the first episode of Series 1, Digital Media graduate Regine Clarke takes us to a dark part of history in "Navi" - Yaowon Lee's rotoscope animation about women taken into sexual slavery in Japan during WWII. WATCH "NAVI": http://youtu.be/sVJ
Why Do Humans Have Adrenaline?
Adrenaline is a hormone and neurotransmitter that helps more
oxygenated blood move to the muscles. Discover why adrenaline is
identified with the "fight or flight response" with information from a