Coming in from the cold: recognition and reward for part-time language tutors in the FAVOR project
Coming in from the cold: recognition and reward for part-time language tutors in the FAVOR project.
MSUToday: Making Michigan movie magic
When students from Michigan State University, the University of Michigan, and Wayne State University got together to produce a feature film, they set their rivalries aside and focused on making movie magic.
Photography: How to Control Exposure
This video is a lesson excerpt. Use the ISO rating system to control the speeds of the film that you use. The smaller the ISO number the less sensitive it is to light. This is also used in digital cameras in the main menu of the digital camera. If you are shooting in bright outdoor light choose 50-100. Indoors with household light use film with an ISO setting of 400. Use the right exposure so you don't over expose the film.
This Day in History April 22: The First Earth Day
Earth Day, an event to increase public awareness of the world's environmental problems, is celebrated in the United States for the first time. Millions of Americans, including students from thousands of colleges and universities, participated in rallies, marches, and educational programs. (1:00)
Adding and Subtracting the Same Thing from Both Sides - Khan Academy
Sal Khan offers two worked examples of solving simple equations, (02:09)
Dan Roden: “Genomes, Hype, and a Realistic Pathway to Personalized Medicine”
Watch video of the Chancellor’s Lecture Series, featuring a talk by Dr. Dan Roden: “Genomes, Hype, and a Realistic Pathway to Personalized Medicine” Roden is widely-recognized for his expertise in clinical, genetic, cellular, and molecular basis of arrhythmia susceptibility and variability responses to arrhythmia therapies. Over the past decade, he has led Vanderbilt’s broader efforts inkeep reading »
This Week @Minnesota: Sept. 14, 2012, low-cost options on campus
THIS WEEK @MINNESOTA: Sept. 10-14. In this episode of the weekly video feature, we check out low-cost options for students around campus. Highlights include Gopher football games from $12, money management tips from the Live Like a Student campaign and an open source textbook catalog.
Sports Spread: Back to the Premiership
Sept. 13 - International football is over for a month so the Premiership dominates this weekend's sport. Plus we'll preview Real Madrid against Manchester City in the Champions League.
Immense Discovery [Included in The Bastiat Collection (2011), this article appeared in Economic Sophisms (1845).] At a time when everybody is bent on bringing about a saving in the expense of transport — and when, in order to effect this saving, we are forming roads and canals, i
[Included in The Bastiat Collection (2011), this article appeared in Economic Sophisms (1845).]
At a time when everybody is bent on bringing about a saving in the expense of transport — and when, in order to effect this saving, we are forming roads and canals, i
MSUToday InStudio: Sustainability (Complete show)
Jennifer Battle, with MSU's Office of Campus Sustainability, and Laurie Thorp, with the MSU College of Natural Science, talk about saving the planet and campus sustainability with MSUToday host Jim Peck.
Oppervlakte van een cirkel Oefeningen bij de oppervlakte van een cirkel. Te gebruiken als aanvullende taak, huiswerk, hoekenwerk, ...
Oefeningen bij de oppervlakte van een cirkel. Te gebruiken als aanvullende taak, huiswerk, hoekenwerk, ...
Concept Question: Strain on a fluid element (another example)
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This Day in History July 10: Monkey Trial Begins
In Dayton, Tennessee, the so-called "Monkey Trial" begins with John Thomas Scopes, a young high school science teacher, accused of teaching evolution in violation of a Tennessee state law. (1:00)
Revolución mexicana (1910)
México fue sacudido por una serie de luchas y revueltas entre 1910 y 1920, conocidas como la Revolución mexicana, cuyo fin era transformar el sistema político, social y cultural establecido por Porfirio Díaz a lo largo de 30 años.
El vídeo tiene mucha información importante, pero va muy rápido. Tiene imágenes originales del período. (5:27)
Think CSUN: Why the Humanities Matter
Should colleges and universities simply drop the humanities, as some legislators have suggested? Elizabeth Say, Dean of the College of Humanities at California State University, Northridge, has some pretty strong opinions on the subject. In this installment of "Think CSUN," Dean Say explains how a broad-based liberal arts education helps prepare students for real world success. "Think CSUN" is a video series produced by University Advancement, featuring California State University, Northridge
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CSM Heroes Campaign
The CSM Heroes Campaign is a scholarship campaign for CSM First Responder Programs and CSM Veterans' Yellow Ribbon Program. Donations from this campaign will benefit: Students studying Criminal Justice, Emergency Medial Services, Fire Science Technology, and Homeland Security as well as Veterans whose benefits changed as a part of the Veterans' Affairs Yellow Ribbon Campaign. From September 11 - November 11, call Papa Johns and mention CSM Heroes; a portion of your order will be donated to supp
3XSQ: Investors have a case of iPhone 5 fever
Sep 17 - Apple shares hit another record as iPhone 5 preorders topped 2 million in 24 hours, more than double the amount of the iPhone 4S preorders
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Cyberbullying - 09/18/2012
A teacher education seminar highlights the negative impact cyberbullying has on both children and adults.