AICGS At Issue Interview: Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg
AICGS Executive Director Jack Janes and Senior Fellow Alexander Privitera sat down with Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg, former Minister for Economic Affairs and Defense Minister for Germany, to discuss the common challenges facing Germany and the United States in today's global agenda.
Dia de los Muertos (en español)
Aquí tienen un video sobre el Día de Los Muertos en Santa Ana, CA. El video enseña ofrendas, comida, y cosas importantes de este día. Alomejor sería útil para un ejemplo auténtico de gente celebrando la vida de sus seres queridos. (2:38)
Say What?: -ug- (Interactive)
In Say What, the goal is to find the right word family to finish the word. The goal for this game is word family -ug-. Other ending sounds are also reviewed.
Enkelvoudige rechtlijnige beweging : Practicum In dit practicum laat je een speelgoedauto op batterijen rijden over een gekenmerkte afstand. Telkens het autootje de kenmerken passeert wordt de tijd geregistreerd met behulp van een chronometer. Het werkblad voor dit practicum is …
In dit practicum laat je een speelgoedauto op batterijen rijden over een gekenmerkte afstand. Telkens het autootje de kenmerken passeert wordt de tijd geregistreerd met behulp van een chronometer.
Het werkblad voor dit practicum is …
Isaac Newton (HD 1080p)
English physicist and mathematician who is widely regarded as one of the most influential scientists of all time and as a key figure in the scientific revolution. (53:44)
Hypothesis Testing of Single Mean and Single Proportion: Practice 1
Susan Dean, Barbara Illowsky, Ph.D.
This module provides a practice of Hypothesis Testing of Single Mean and Single Proportion as a part of Collaborative Statistics collection (col10522) by Barbara Illowsky and Susan Dean.
Art Center 4
Mark Russinovich: On Windows Azure IaaS, Sysinternals, Trojan Horse, Cybersecurity Microsoft Technical Fellow Mark Russinovich joins us for an impromptu conversation about what he's been up to lately. Topics include the newly added Windows Azure Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) support (as part of the Windows Azure June 2012 Release), virtual machines, software
Microsoft Technical Fellow Mark Russinovich joins us for an impromptu conversation about what he's been up to lately. Topics include the newly added Windows Azure Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) support (as part of the Windows Azure June 2012 Release), virtual machines, software
Dollar Diversification Helps Euro
June 30 - The diversity of euro zone economies means investors can chose which risk they take on and this should help maintain the single currency's strength despite the Greek debt crisis, two top analysts say.
A livestock certified organic farm.
The video shows a livestock certified organic farm located in Ancramdale, New York in the U.S.A. The livestock consists of cattle, pigs and chicken.
Music: One Minute Music Lesson
People create musical performances all over the world. Students will watch a one-minute animation about the history of music, and explore the various types of music in countries such as Africa, Brazil and Japan.
ISS Update - June 12, 2012
The International Space Station video update for June 12, 2012.
2012 Scholars Luncheon at Queens: Alma Beciragic
Alma Beciragic '14, Hemby Presidential Scholar, shares her story at Queens' annual Scholars Luncheon, which highlights students affected by scholarship gifts. Gifts to named annual and endowed scholarships and to The Queens Fund provide tuition assistance to deserving students and help ensure Queens' high-quality programs are accessible to all. Visit http://www.queens.edu/give to learn more or to make a gift today.
Tour of Kent Hance Chapel
A tour of the new Kent Hance Chapel on the campus of Texas Tech University.
"Insights from Infancy" - Johns Hopkins Provost's Lecture Series
Johns Hopkins University Provost's Lecture Series. Lisa Feigenson, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, presents "Insights from Infancy: Seeking the Roots of Human Cognition", Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, March 15, 2012
Public Places, Alternative Spaces || Women Making Democracy || Radcliffe Institute
This discussion illuminates the ways that women's presence has democratized uses of space. It also questions the connection between revolution and the street by exploring virtual spaces such as the blogosphere and women's hidden activism in crevices of the city, where every space may be reenvisioned for its mobilizing potential. 00:00 Introduction by Hashim Sarkis, Aga Khan Professor of Landscape Architecture and Urbanism in Muslim Societies, Department of Urban Planning and Design, Graduate
Branding Circles (Interactive)
Identify two-dimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape, number of sides). Identify shapes in different environments (e.g., nature, buildings, classroom, etc.)
Science Nation - Waste to Energy
By: nsf All of us use water and in the process, a lot of it goes to waste. Whether it goes down drains, sewers or toilets, much of it ends up at a wastewater treatment plant where it undergoes rigorous cleaning before it flows back to the environment. The process takes time, money and a lot of energy. What if that wastewater could be turned into energy? It almost sounds too good to be true, but environmental engineer Bruce Logan is working on ways to make it happen. Most treatment plants already
Science Nation - Invasion of the Earth Worms
By: nsf Invasive species of earth worms have made their way north in the United States and are doing their job too well! They've moved into formerly worm-free forests, which rely on undecayed leaf matter. When worms decompose that leaf layer, the ecology may shift, making it uninhabitable for certain species of trees, ferns and wildflowers. It's of particular concern in the Great Lakes region when anglers simply dump their bait worms back into the soil, creating a difficult environment for old g
Do heavy objects fall faster than light objects ? Aristotle vs Galileo
This humorous video shows examples to help explain the differences between the theories of gravity provided by Aristotle and Galileo. After the first experiment have the students reach a conclusion about which scientist was right. Let the video play to the end and see which students were correct. A good lesson.