Cursus bouw Het project bouw voor de lessen techniek van de b-klas.
Het project bouw voor de lessen techniek van de b-klas.
Market journalism: useful or useless?
Reuters Market Journalist, David Gaffen and Reuters Finance Blogger, Felix Salmon debate the usefulness of market reports.
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Advanced Audio Blog S4 #17 - Top 10 Japanese Songs: Nanatsu No Ko
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You overhear someone humming some Japanese lyrics, which seem to celebrate a crow. You find that odd, since back home, the crows seem to be noisy, annoying birds. When you share your opinion with your Japanese host, he begins to caw like a crow. Then he starts belting out the same [...]
Using Evidence to Develop Clinical Practice Guidelines in Sports Medicine
Using Evidence to Develop Clinical Practice Guidelines in Sports Medicine presented by Michael S. Ferrara, Ph.D., ATC, FNATA College of Education Department of Kinesiology University of Georgia The University of Georgia copyright © 2011
1900s History of Las Vegas
This three minute video reviews the history of the city. It does have some images that may need to be reviewed. The history of the city comes nearly the one minute mark.
ISS Update - Oct. 17, 2011
The International Space Station video update for Oct. 17, 2011.
Episode 164: Secularism, applied religiously: Harmonizing a hyper-diverse India Maneka Ghandi's Fight The Women at the Well Science for kids: How do seasons change? 2011 International Forum on R&D: Session 6 - Pierre Bilodeau After U.S. Troops Withdrawal, Iraq's Future Uncertain Why Do Leaves Change Colors? Literary Characters - Free English Video by Brightstorm Kids Doing Acrobatics in Beijing Rita Marley's Town (The Queen of Africa) Computer Science Professor Chris Starr Presents at Pecha Kucha Charleston
A rare interview with Maneka Ghandi, politician and animal rights activist, who discusses the state of Animal protectionism in India. (8:59)
Due to modernization, many traditional wells in India are drying up. As a result, many women - whose daily task is to collect water in jugs and bring it home - have to walk longer and longer distances back and forth. (0:58)
This four minute video helps explains the tilting and rotation of the Earth and its effect. It was a class project and uses animation in the main.
This session will focus on the role of governments in promoting R&D collaborations with a discussion of the effect of national innovation strategies. The panel will include government and non-government organization representatives from several countries. Speaker: Pierre Bilodeau, Vice President, International Science and Technology Partnerships Canada (ISTP)
Iraq is choosing its own future—albeit a hazy one. Iraq's prime minister looks increasingly like dictators overthrown during the Arab Spring, and the country's sticky relations with its Sunni neighbors but closer ties with Iran can complicate its future. Nouri al-Maliki, Iraq's has been cracking down on protesters, oppositions, and journalists, manifesting the country's authoritarian tendencies. Told through Basra, an oil-rich city in southern Iraq, the project reveals how the relationship be
Avari and Bradley explain why leaves change colors. Music by Guitarreando. (01:57)
This video describes the different types of literary characters. Static characters do not change, while dynamic characters change throughout the piece of literature. Round characters are characters that we know a lot about, while flat characters we only know basic details about. Protagonist characters are leading characters while antagonists are characters working against the protagonist. (3:15)
This video was taken during a non-profit initiative, "My Petit Mundo", and was meant to enable kids to open up to other kids living at the other end of the cultural universe. (02:00)
Rita Marley's foundation in Ghana works to strengthen the community of Konkonuru by building a brand-new medical clinic and improving its school. (3:22)
College of Charleston computer science professor Chris Starr was one of the presenters at Pecha Kucha 11. During his presentation he proclaimed San Francisco is soon to be the Charleston of the West. Pecha Kucha, Japanese for the sound of conversation, is a mix of show-and-tell, open-mike night and happy hour that has become a forum for ideas on design, architecture and other forms of creativity. Devised in 2003 in Tokyo, Pecha Kucha Night has spread virally to over 135 cities around the world
Maneka Ghandi's Fight
The Women at the Well
Science for kids: How do seasons change?
2011 International Forum on R&D: Session 6 - Pierre Bilodeau
After U.S. Troops Withdrawal, Iraq's Future Uncertain
Why Do Leaves Change Colors?
Literary Characters - Free English Video by Brightstorm
Kids Doing Acrobatics in Beijing
Rita Marley's Town (The Queen of Africa)
Computer Science Professor Chris Starr Presents at Pecha Kucha Charleston