Introduction to Telescopes (1 of 2)
Join award winning teacher Jonathan Bergmann as he interactively teaches Astronomy: Introduction toTelescopes.  The tool of the trade of astronomy is the telescope. This lesson describes the basics of telescopes, history of the telescope, and the way modern astronomers utilize the telescope.  The powers of telescopes (collecting, focusing, and resolving) are also explained.  (09:51)
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Introduction to Telescopes (2 of 2)
Join award winning teacher Jonathan Bergmann as he interactively teaches Astronomy: Introduction to Telescopes.  This lesson focuses on the characteristics of refracting and reflecting telescopes.  (09:24)
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Theory and Practice of Sports Development: A European Perspective
Organised by PE and Sports Development Research Unit, to be held at Nottingham Trent University, School of Arts, Humanities and Education Nottingham United Kingdom from 2009-09-03 to 2009-09-04
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Neurophysiologie-U.V.EEG Nancy 2012 – EEG et sommeil

Titre : Neurophysiologie-U.V.EEG Nancy 2012 – EEG et sommeil
Intervenant(s) : Christelle MONACA (Lille).
Résumé : objectifs
- connaître les mécanismes physiologiques de régulation des états de la vigilance
- connaître le contrôle respiratoire au cours du sommeil dans ses aspects physiologiques pour en comprendre les principales pathologies
- savoir enregistrer le sommeil et les différentes fonctions au cours du sommeil
- savoir explorer la somn
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Chirurgie robotique Nancy 2012 – Aspects radiologiques. (video)

Titre : Chirurgie robotique Nancy 2012 – Aspects radiologiques.
Intervenants : Frédéric LEFEVRE (radiologue, Nancy).
Résumé : Imagerie TDM, bilan préopératoire.
L’auteur n’a pas transmis de conflit d’intérêt concernant les données diffusées dans cette vidéo ou publiées dans la référence citée.
Conférence enregistrée lors du DIU de chirurgie robotique à Nancy le 4 janvier 2012 en partenariat avec l’UNF3S
Réalisation, production : Ca
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Patrick Mawhood (Head of Product Manufacturing at Sky IQ) discusses marketing and developing your product or service.
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Study Abroad Creative Session
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Breakingviews: ECB's cheap loans a necessary evil
Mar. 5 - The ECB's cheap loans to banks were a necessary evil, says Reuters Breakingviews editor Hugo Dixon.
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Moot Cout Champs Promo
The University of Mississippi School of Law made history this weekend by grabbing its third moot court national championship this year, the first time the law school has achieved such a milestone. Here are some of the students who competed in the various moot court competitions. Video by Mary Stanton Knight. Full story at http://law.olemiss.edu.
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MERLOT gives Learning to Teach Online project a perfect score in peer review


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Lead in the Workplace -- the New Science: Discussant Panel responses
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Gulls Feeding on Horseshoe Crab Eggs on Shore
This short video gives excellent real life, close up footage of Gulls eating Horseshoe Crab eggs on water's shore. Despite their common name, horseshoe crabs are not crabs but are related to arachnids (spiders, scorpions, ticks and mites), and are the closest living relatives of the now extinct trilobites. Horseshoe crabs have three main parts to the body: the head region, known as the ‘prosoma’, the abdominal region or ‘opisthosoma’ and the spine-like tail or &lsquo
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NYC St. Patrick's Day Parade
In this video clip learn more about the NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The St. Patrick's Day Parade on Fifth Avenue is a New York City tradition, but did you know the first one was held even before the Declaration of Independence was signed? (2:00)

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Holiday Foods: Corned Beef and Cabbage
In this Holiday Foods video clip, we learn about what people traditionally eat during St. Patrick's Day. The traditional meal that is eaten on St. Patrick's Day is corned beef and cabbage. In this clip, Famous Fat Dave talks about the history of St. Patrick's Day. (3:31)

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This 15 minute video explains how Russia expanded and at what cost. It is an excellent overview and helps explain how this empire stretched across 15 times zones, incorporated nearly 160 different ethnicities, and made up one sixth of the entire world's land mass.
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This 15 minute segment of the series deals with Peter the Great and the building of great architecture and cities. Good images and the video is a great story telling.
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This 15 minute video deals with the end of Peter the Greats reign and a review of his accomplishments. Also explains how the longest railroad ever built was started as well as Russia's dealing with other countries.
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Tim Harword, Financial Times, gives a talk for the Reuters Seminar Series.
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