Johns Hopkins Story Swap - Living in the Hut
Bob Clayton '84, with his wife, Janine Clayton '84, remembers fondly many late nights spent at the Hutzler Reading Room in Gilman Hall.
Literary Studies: The Legacy of England, Spring 2006
Subject is a reading course in English literature across genre and historical period. Designed for students who wish to study English literature or writing in some depth, or wish to know more about English literary culture and history. Students learn about the relationships between literary themes, forms, and conventions and the times in which they were produced. Students examine Renaissance lyrics, Enlightenment satire, and modernist short stories. Subject focused on England because of its hist
Selma 1965 Part 1
In the long civil rights struggle of African Americans, few places have greater significance than Selma, Alabama. Length 3:42
Making Money from Home
By: mrsmart Making Money from Home
Julio César, veni, vidi, vici - Galería de imágenes
Este video es una galería de imágenes de Julio César. Creo que este video sería bueno para mostrar después de una lección sobre esta figura importante. (2:02)
ArtSleuth 10: BRUEGEL - The Harvesters (Metropolitan Museum New York)
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Turtle Skeleton - Front Limb (Claw)
Turtles use their front limb (flipper) of its skeleton to propel themselves through water. It is webbed and is connected to a ball and socket joint, allowing the turtle to be agile in water. Its sharp claws help the turtle to grab and defend itself.
The Naked Underground: Dead Sea
In this video clip, Don Wildman takes a closer look at the Dead Sea, and the mysteries behind it. Also get a history of the Dead Sea and how it is a part of ancient Egyptian mummification. (2:38)
Doodling in Math: Spirals, Fibonacci, and Being a Plant [1 of 3]
Finding Fibonacci in nature. Learn how to draw Fibonacci and what it means mathematically. (5:55)
How DNA testing could fell the illegal timber trade
Aug. 14 - The global illegal timber trade is estimated to be worth as much as $30 billion - but a new method of identifying the origin of wood using DNA testing could put a severe dent in the criminal gangs' profit margins. Rob Muir reports.
DMC TV Fall 2012 commercial (Male Audience)
One of two English language television commercials that feature Del Mar College's new branding assets. First broadcast: Fall 2012.
This I Believe ...(example of kinetic typography)
This video is an example of Kinetic Typography (moving text), based on the theme "This I believe..." from the famous NPR project. The text is set to the song "The Winner Is" by Devotchka. NOTE: there is a spelling error. (03:01)
Article :: UI Design with Adobe Illustrator CS6, Part 3: Visualizing Interactions with Animation
Rick Moore, author of UI Design with Adobe Illustrator, takes us on a whirlwind run through creating animations to test interactions in Illustrator. Hold onto your hat!
Sports Spread: World Cup Qualifiers and Italian GP
Sept. 6 - England kick off their World Cup qualifying campaign with matches against Moldova and Ukraine. We assess their chances and the hopes of the other home nations. Plus we preview the Italian Grand Prix
The Greek Crisis and its possible resolutions [Audio]
Speaker(s): Apostolos Doxiadis, Pavlos Eleftheriadis, Michael Jacobides, Andreas Koutras, George Prokopakis | Editor's note: This event was conducted in Greek. The first part of the discussion focused on (a) what should be the long-term “vision” for Greek economy and society, and (b) what obstacles are preventing the evolution towards that vision and what ways exist to circumvent them. There were four talks by a panel of speakers, which was chaired by Dimitri Vayanos, followed by a Q&A sessi
drawingpressuregradient Economic Update: "Class Warfare" Molecular Orbital Theory I: The Basic Idea Idea Pitch Promo 2012 Time to Start Thinking: America and the spectre of decline [Audio]
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Basic reasoning and mathematics behind Molecular Orbital (MO) Theory. There are no diagrams in this video...just an introduction (05:07).
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Speaker(s): Edward Luce | As it stands, the US faces new countries on the ascendant that will compete with it ever more fiercely as its own power is declining. The US must change paths domestically, economically and internationally if it hopes to slow this steady loss of power. It must also restructure to remain the world's most competitive economy. And it must address quality of life issues and fairness at home. But American politics is broken -- competing forces and interests have led to stasi
Economic Update: "Class Warfare"
Molecular Orbital Theory I: The Basic Idea
Idea Pitch Promo 2012
Time to Start Thinking: America and the spectre of decline [Audio]