Dr. Andries Odendaal is a Distinguished Fellow at USIP. He has extensive experience working for peace at a local level in South Africa and in Kenya. He will draw on this experience during his lecture. The title of the speech is, “Local Peace Forums
Facts About the Earth's Moon
This animated video provides facts about the moon, Earth's only satellite. Facts included are that the moon is the brightest object in the solar system after the sun and is the only celestial body in which humans have landed. ( 1:02)
Test kontrollib 9. klassis kunstiõpetuses omandatud teadmisi. Wordi dokument.
Bach - Flute Choir BWV 142
BWV 142 for Flute Choir. Piece is performed on Flute, Alto Flute, and Bass Flute. Used as a listening example for online assignment on the timbre of the different instruments of the orchestra
Some low wage workers get pay hike
Jan. 3 - Eight states are hiking their minimum wage requirements heading into 2012. It's a hardship for some businesses but a gift for many while the U.S. continues to face a tough jobs environment. Jeanne Yurman reports.
De OV-chipkaart in Nederland : Instructie en gebruik Een instructieve les met stapsgewijze informatie voor gebruikers van de OV chipkaart. Aan de orde komen: wegwerpkaarten, persoonlijke kaart en anonieme kaart. Uiteraard is er ook aandacht voor de studenten OV chipkaart. Verwijzingen …
Een instructieve les met stapsgewijze informatie voor gebruikers van de OV chipkaart. Aan de orde komen: wegwerpkaarten, persoonlijke kaart en anonieme kaart. Uiteraard is er ook aandacht voor de studenten OV chipkaart.
Mount St. Helens, Washington homepage
This USGS web page contains images from the Mount Saint Helens eruptions. The site contains information about the 1980 eruption, activity before, during, and after and previous eruptions. The site also contains maps, current hazards reports, background information and more.
Phases of the Moon
This site contains a series of visualizations of the sun, moon and Earth System and how they relate to the changing face of the moon. Animations are in the form of Java applets, forms for field observation of the moon, and a collection of exercises and PDF versions of background material. There are practice questions and quizzes that discuss the animations.
Inside the Oval Office
As staff secretary to President Dwight Eisenhower from 1954 to 1961, General Andrew Goodpaster was the person most privy to Eisenhower's thinking and key decisions during his White House years. Goodpaster began his long affiliation with Eisenhower as a staff officer under his leadership of the Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE), and he went on to become the president's right-hand man on security matters. In this video segment, Goodpaster describes the inter-service rivalries that
Commissioned by Pioneer Laser disc for a project entitled 'AV Cocktail,' Peter Calles presents a world of constant motion, based on the children's game 'Menko.' Japanese figures appear as part of the frantic horizon.
Return of the Motherland
'Return of the Motherland' presents a complex compilation of Chilean mythology and politics. Using a variety of narratives, points of view, source materials, and film styles, this tale of a tragic love triangle is set against suffering and political strife.
Lunar Plant Growth Chamber
This site invites students to design chambers for growing plants on the moon. (Plants may be used to supplement meals of astronauts during space exploration.) Teacher guides include lessons on providing light and water for the plants, choosing plant species, exploring the moon, and designing, building, and evaluating plant growth chambers.
Seeing the Invisible
Students will be instructed to make an observation of a flower (tulip) given the one stipulation that they will only be allowed to detect the parts of the plant that are green. Through observation and discussion, students will be led to understand that only seeing parts of the flower leads to an incomplete and even inaccurate understanding of its structure. Students will construct their own knowledge of the Sun emitting light above and below the visible spectrum by using UV beads to detect ultr
Cosmic and Heliospheric Learning Center
This site explores the universe through interactive activities and learning resources such as the question and answer service, Ask a Physicist. Students can also learn astrophysics basics, or find out the history of cosmic ray studies beginning with the Mesopotamian and Egyptian astronomers mapping the heavens, and more.
This is an on-line resource on topics of Applied Calculus, including on-line tutorial sessions.
Stereographic Projection of Crystal Faces
This site features a lecture by Dr. Stephen Nelson from Tulane University that explores a systematic way to define crystallographic angles. The lecture discusses crystallographic angles and gives an introduction to the use of stereographic projections for depicting the angular relationships between crystal faces. Scientific illustrations clarify the text.
Introduction and Symmetry Operations
This site consists of an introductory lecture on crystal symmetry and symmetry operations. It provides the definition of a mineral and then covers topics including different types of rotational symmetry, mirror symmetry, the center of symmetry, different types of rotoinversion, and combinations of symmetry operations. Drawings help illustrate the concepts presented in the lecture.
This site provides an illustrated lecture about ocean chemistry from a geochemistry course offered by Dr. Scott Wood at the University of Idaho. Topics include geochemical processes that occur in estuaries, halmyrolysis, the concept of residence time for elements in the ocean, the mechanisms by which elements are added to or removed from seawater, carbonate behavior in seawater and a definition of the calcite compensation depth (CCD), the role of hydrothermal processes in controlling seawater ch
The Nature of Protest
This lesson will focus on the nature of protest by examining the different avenues that people take to express their opinions.