Personal protective equipment for use with
This topic is about personal protective equipment. Personal protective equipment, or safety clothing, must be worn when using any welding, cutting or soldering equipment.
This resource looks at the negotiation skills needed by employment consultants when working with job seekers and employers.
Recognise plants, products and
Learn how to recognise many common plants and say their names and products treatments and services in your workplace.
El Nino Monthly Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly Stills: June 1997 through June 1998
An animation of sea surface temperature anomaly in the Pacific from June 1997 through June 1998 as measured by NOAA AVHRR
Worldliness, Citiness, Postcolonial Life and Thinking from the South
Achille Mbembe, Professor of Social Theory, University of Stellenbosch, gives the second 2011 Africa Studies Annual lecture on 26th May 2011
1.3.1 Inheritance of colour in maize
This Unit looks at how units if inheritance are transmitted from one generation to the next. First you will look at what happens to the chromosones of animals and plants during the process of sexual reproduciton. Then you will examine how genes are transmitted in particular patterns from generation to generation. These two approaches combine to illustrate how the patterns of inheritance can be explained by the behaviour of chromosomes during sexual reproduction.
Regina Moench-Pfanner (GAIN) on how to Develop Markets for Nutritious Foods in Low Income Countries
Regina Moench-Pfanner, Senior Director of Nutrition Programs at Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) looks at the best way to Develop Markets for Nutritious Staple foods in Low Income Countries.
Moench-Pfanner considers the role of GAIN as a broker between industry, government and charities as a means to introduce fortification in simple, staple foods to ensure that people at the Bottom of the Pyramid (BoP) have access to a diverse range of nutrients.
Pathways in Computer Science (captioned)
This video clip illustrates the diverse pathways that students pursue after receiving Bachelors degrees in computer science or computer engineering. (10:28)
Saltatory Conduction in Neurons
This 12 minute video is about saltatory conduction in neurons. Saltatory conduction works because of cytoplasm and the axon being electrically conductive. Because the cytoplasm and axon are electrically conductive, the myelin prevents electrical
charge to leak through the membrane. The video starts with a review and uses graphic cartoon images and a lecturer.
Inside the Lab: Daniel G. Anderson, Ph.D.
Learn more about the work that Professor Anderson’s lab is doing to create tiny nanoparticles that can deliver RNA to a cancer cell to stop tumor growth—and how they are collaborating with industry to speed development of this potential therapy.
The Lewis and Clark Expedition Part One
This two minute video is a quick overview of the venture. Contains a script of the narration.
Learn about The Vietnam War 1954 - 1975 Map
Using a map of the area, this four-minute video gives a good overview of the Vietnam War.
Students explore the physical and psychological effect of stress and tension on human beings. They develop their observing, thinking, writing and teamwork skills by working on a group art project and reporting about it. They learn about the stages of group formation, group dynamics and team member roles that make for effective teams. In the process, they discover how collective action can foster a sense of community support, which can alleviate personal feelings of stress and tension. Note: The
STS-135 Crew Profile
The last flight of the U.S. space shuttle is a return flight to the International Space Station for each of the four astronauts aboard Atlantis.
Growth of Washington D.C. Metro Area: Gray Scheme
Urban growth of Washington DC and surrounding suburbs from 1973 to 1996
3.3 Senses: vision
The powerful and majestic carnivores are the focus of many television documentaries. In this unit we will delve into the lives of these fearsome hunters and explore their physical adaptations and social behaviour. This is the fifth unit in the ‘Studying mammals’ series.
6 What next?
This unit examines the area of the brain based learning with a particular focus on the development of the young child's brain and is of particular relevance to those who work with young children. We begin by looking at the structure and functions of the brain, and the impact that sensory deprivation can have on these. We consider the implications of current understandings of brain development for teaching and learning, particularly in an early years setting, and finish by exploring the value of
URI Kinesiology - Service Learning
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