This video shows the viewer one of the Internet's best-kept secrets: Animoto.com. Say 'goodbye' to boring slideshows and 'hello' to dazzling videos. A video can be created with a one-click upload if all your images are saved in the same folder. A very easy and fun way to create professional looking videos.
Computer Basics : What Is a Monitor?
A monitor, or computer screen, displays the information coming from a computer so that the user can see and work with that data. Discover how monitors are similar to television screens. (1:02)
WQM212 Unit 6
This unit is part of the WQM212 Drinking Water Regulations course of the Red Rocks Community College Water Quality Management Certificate Program, and includes material pertaining to nitrate and nitrite rule.
Practicing Handwriting Using Air Writing
Student/Teacher Created Video- A student demonstrates how to use air writing to practice how letters are formed BEFORE using pencil and paper. Sound is not clear. (3:06)
The Maya Pyramids of Chichen Itza
One of National Geographic's short "Ancient Mysteries" videos, the mysterious Mayan civilization is described. On the Yucatan Peninsula, the city of Chichen Itza reveals its secrets. The mystery of its abandonment is explored.
Trobairitz Women Poets from Early Twelfth-Century Southern France
Dr. Albrecht Classen and teaching assistant Martina Schwalm recorded this video for students in the Fall 2011 GER 160D "Eroticism and Love in the Middle Ages" class. The video was recorded for the class meeting Sept. 22, 2011. Dr. Classen is a UA Faculty Fellow and Distinguished Professor in the German studies department.
SDSU Geological Sciences - Thesis Defense - Michael Buga
By: tcarrasc Paleoseismology of the Southern Clark Strand of the San Jacinto Fault Zone, Southern California Michael Buga M.S. Candidate Department of Geological Sciences San Diego State University Advisors Dr. Tom Rockwell We present results from a new paleoseismic trench site on the Clark strand of the San Jacinto Fault Zone in Clark Lake, western Salton Trough, southern California. The trench results suggest that most late Holocene slip along the Clark fault at Clark Lake is localized withi
Lost Treasures of the Ancient World - India, 5/5
The amazing inventions and extraordinary ideas by East Indians that are still useful today, such as plastic surgery, the number system, wax, yoga, water clock, etc. Suitable for middle school and high school students. (08:32)
Oil Contaminants Hidden from View
In this video adapted from KTOO, watch as cleanup crews return to the bays and islands of Prince William Sound, Alaska. Before the 1989 Exxon Valdez tanker spill, Sleepy Bay, near the village of Chenega Bay, had been used for subsistence living by Alaska Native peoples. Despite cleanup efforts, oil residue remains stuck between and beneath rocks. A crew also visits a tidal lagoon whose sediments had been saturated by oil and where no remediation had been done. Even after 10 years, oil residue re
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Internet-based treatment
To support this research go to http//www.thinkable.org Dr Alishia Williams, UNSW School of Psychiatry, would like to continue her exciting research on internet-delivered cognitive training programs for obsessive compulsive disorder in order to increase access to treatments for this disabling mental health condition.
MSUToday: Brewing up success
A program at MSU shows students how to create everything from spirits to polymers, distilling knowledge that could lead to a very cool job down the road.
Charles Haughey - Quiz
This is a basic six question quiz aimed at pupils in 5th and 6th class.
The PDZ Domain as a Complex Adaptive System
Specific protein associations define the wiring of protein interaction networks and thus control the organization and functioning of the cell as a whole. Peptide recognition by PDZ and other protein interaction domains represents one of the best-studied classes of specific protein associations. However, a mechanistic understanding of the relationship between selectivity and promiscuity commonly observed in the interactions mediated by peptide recognition modules as well as its functional meaning
The Keeling Curve Turns 50
The inception of the "Keeling Curve," a history of atmospheric carbon dioxide levels, marked a key moment in American science history. The record began in March, 1958 at a small observatory on the top of Hawaii's Mauna Loa.
The Good Side of Nightmares
The average person dreams several hundred times a week. Most are about relatives, friends, colleagues and loved ones. Most of the time, nothing special happens – and we tend to forget most dreams. However, once in a while people wake up screaming or sweating from dreams so frightening that they can’t be forgotten. While no one likes such nightmares, reporter Wojciech (Voytek) Mikoluszko reports on why it they aren’t necessarily a bad thing. The songs are performed by Irena Mikoluszko.
5 What next?
This unit provides a valuable resource for anyone with an interest in nature. It will give you the opportunity to learn more about wildlife, and to share your interest with a wider community.
Worksheet examining a number of geometrical constructions relevant to the section of the syllabus on Plane Figures.
MOLA-based Flyover of Hellas Transitioning to Utopia Planitia
MOLA-based animations showing Martian topography as both color and elevation. The exaggeration is 3x. This was created for a talk James Garvin will give on The Hill in late April 2002.