Lindbergh Honored for New York-Paris Flight
In this video clip, on June 11, 1927, President Calvin Coolidge presented Col. Charles Lindbergh with the first Distinguished Flying Cross medal for his solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean. At the presentation ceremony, President Coolidge gives opening remarks before Lindbergh's acceptance speech. (2:20)
Virtual Maths - Numbers, Find the angle quiz
Interactive simulation quiz, 8 questions, Find the Angle using the simulation and enter the answers
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 [...]
Income and Expenditure Views of GDP - Khan Academy
The instructor looks at a simple model of an economy. (04:49)
Directional Dependent Limits
An introduction into directionally dependent limits. This lecture explains how to find positive and negative limits using the table method. Animated graphics on white board. The explanation is clear and understandable.Brought to you by http://www.Free-Academy.com
Breakingviews: German split helps Draghi
Aug. 28 - ECB President, Mario Draghi, has an ally in Angela Merkel while the Bundesbank opposes his plan to restart buying sovereign debt, says Reuters Breakingviews
Jacques Nasser opens Swanston Academic Building
The centrepiece of RMIT University’s $700 million capital investment program, the Swanston Academic Building, is today being officially launched by RMIT alumnus Jacques Nasser AO, Chairman of BHP Billiton. The Swanston Academic Building (SAB), a 35,000 square metre, 11-storey educational facility, contains innovative lecture theatres, classrooms and specialist spaces that support the most advanced teaching and learning methodologies. RMIT's Swanston Academic Building. Photo: John Gollings.
This Day in History January 3: Noriega Surrenders to U.S.
On this day in 1990, Panama's General Manuel Antonio Noriega, after holing up for 10 days at the Vatican embassy in Panama City, surrenders to U.S. military troops to face charges of drug trafficking. Also on this day, NASA’s Mars rover Spirit touched down on the Red planet. (1:00)
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Math Version
This is a music video to the tune of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. It is a fun song for students to learn different math techniques. Lyrics are changed to explain the following math concepts: circles, circumference and area. Very brief. Run time 0:35.
Investigation of Aliasing Effects
This lab investigates the effect of aliasing.
The verbs saber (to know) and conocer (to know)
This video helps clear up confusion about how to use the verbs saber and conocer. Both mean to know but are not interchangeable. The speaker explains in English and the words are displayed on the screen.
Fotografie zo Slovenska - Levoča
Fotografie zo Slovenska - Levoča.
Reuters Today: Moody's piles pressure on ECB's Draghi
As attention centres on Thursday's crucial ECB policy meeting, ratings agency Moody's ratchets up the temperature, changing its outlook on the European Union's Aaa rating to negative.
The Yarn: Laura Esnaola
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One Minute Arch March | University of St. Thomas
On Sept. 4, 2012 the University of St. Thomas class of 2016 was welcomed by the campus community at the 12th annual March Through the Arches. Members of this year's freshman class gathered on Summit Avenue, passed through the Arches and were met with applause from administrators, faculty, staff and upperclassmen as they made their way to Schoenecker Area for the interfaith blessing for the new school year. There are 1,460 students in this year's incoming class. Among them are 37 international s
BusinessCast 230 with Darden Professor Paul Simko
Professor Paul Simko, Associate Dean for Darden's MBA for Executives program and faculty for the Darden Executive Education Open-Enrollment "Management Development Program", or MDP, joins us to discuss this valuable course for up-and-coming managers and business professionals. In the Darden headlines: "Tayloe Murphy Resilience Awards", "Jefferson Innovation Summit" and "Batten Speaker Series". The Darden BusinessCast is a weekly news podcast featuring the events, news, and newsmakers of the
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Spain and Italy mustn't blow ECB plan - Breakingviews
Sept. 10 - Reuters Breakingviews editor Hugo Dixon says the ECB's bond-buying scheme buys Spain and Italy time to stabilise finances. But if they drag their heels, the market will sniff them out.
Careers - interview success
Find out how to prepare for an interview -- the research to undertake, the types of questions you may be asked and how to structure your answers.