MSU Museum lends historic car to R.E. Olds Transportation Museum
The MSU Museum lent its 1903 Curved Dash Oldsmobile to the R.E. Olds Transportation Museum in Lansing Aug. 14. To read more, go to http://news.msu.edu/story/1903-curved-dash-on-loan-to-r-e-olds-museum/
Barbara Jordan Delivers Keynote Address
In July 1976, as the first African-American to deliver a keynote address at the Democratic National Convention, Rep. Barbara Charline Jordan speaks about a solution to the problems facing America. (3:20)
Yojijukugo #15 - Passionate Japanese?
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com. There are a bunch of Japanese phrases you need to know. You just don’t know you need them yet! Here are a few examples. Can you talk about being passionate about something or self-absorbed? Can you talk about working closely with others, collaborating? The Japanese phrases for these topics are not [...]
Meet the World's Biggest Mammal
Blue whales have complex calls that can be heard for miles. One scientist is on a mission to uncover the meaning of their songs. (02:24)
Students arrive on campus to begin moving into the residence halls on August 17th, 2012 - the first day of Welcome Weekend at Missouri State University.
Studying the Behavior of Volcanoes
This professional video addresses active volcanoes and their eruptions. Also learn about researches in predicting accurate future behaviors of volcanoes. Run time 05:19.
Lower Intermediate Lesson S3 #9 - If You Could Learn Anything in Spanish, What Would It Be?
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! After a long week of classes in Spanish, you and your buddies decide to kick back and enjoy the sunset at your favorite bar with a few drinks. As the afternoon wears on and the sun begins to set, your chat turns philosophical, and your friend asks, “If you could learn [...]
First Day Jitters - A Digital Story
Here is a digital story of the children's book First Day Jitters written by Julie Danneberg. The text is difficult to see. (03:51)
It's the first six keys in the top left corner of your keyboard. (03:41)
Green and Gold Day 2012
Join Lakers on campus and around the world as we celebrate Green and Gold Day Aug. 31! Don your green and gold and post pictures on Facebook (http://facebook.com/OswegoFANS) or Twitter by adding #OswegoPride to your tweets.
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Remembering Neil Armstrong
History will remember Neil Armstrong, foremost, as the first human to step foot on another heavenly body. But his NASA family and many admirers worldwide will forever appreciate him for more than just that one, albeit world-changing, accomplishment. (14:51)
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Wireless Communications background
farrukh inam, Thomas Almholt
This module looks at the basic concepts of wireless communications. It is one of many modules in a textbook created for college seniors to help them select the best components for their senior […]
Calculus 133 08/27/12
David Pruis twice-weekly calculus class from Grand Rapids Community College.
The Effect of Wage-Rate Interventions [Understanding the Dollar Crisis (1973)] This lecture is primarily on the subject of labor, wages, and employment. A good deal of what was said about prices in the last lecture applies also to the subject of wage rates. Unfortunately, there is more e
[Understanding the Dollar Crisis (1973)]
This lecture is primarily on the subject of labor, wages, and employment. A good deal of what was said about prices in the last lecture applies also to the subject of wage rates. Unfortunately, there is more e
An Update on MWF Collaborative Efforts
UCCSC 2012 Campus Collaboration Panels An Update on MWF Collaborative Efforts Eric Bollens, Mojgan Amini, Rich Trott, Tom Tsai
Safer Urinary Catheter Care
This resource is designed to help healthcare professionals understand the dangers associated with urinary catheters and the correct ways in which to care for them to help prevent infection. The resource uses video clips and interactive elements as well as text.