Renaissance Music 2: John Dowland
Second part-powerpoint style presentation. John Dowland wrote lute songs which were very popular in the Renaissance. He was an English composer who lived from 1563-1626. Information is given about Dowland and then his song Flow My Tears is performed. (10:11)
Economic Update: Building Worker Coops
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Triple-negative breast cancer patient reacts to Moon Shots Program
By: mdanderson http://cancermoonshots.org Bree Sandlin, 37-year-old mother of young twins, was diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer in August 2012. Sandlin shares her reaction to the news that triple-negative breast cancer is among the initial cancers that will be addressed as part of MD Anderson's Moon Shots Program to dramatically accelerate the pace of converting scientific discoveries into clinical advances that reduce cancer deaths.
Natural Histories: Rare Books from the AMNH Library
NATURAL HISTORIES: EXTRAORDINARY RARE BOOK SELECTIONS FROM THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY LIBRARY introduces natural science and art lovers alike to a selection of seldom-seen and beautifully illustrated scientific works from the American Museum of Natural History's Rare Book Collection This unique volume, edited by Tom Baione, the Harold Boeschenstein Director of Library services at the Museum, showcases spectacular holdings from the Rare Book Collection, with 40 essays from Museum sci
Wealth Strategies: Stocks to "Re-Rally" in Q4
Oct 2 - Raymond James' Jeff Saut says U.S. equities may see a small correction after the rally they've had, but there is still upside to stocks for the balance of the year. He likes the energy & tech sectors.
Schallert Elementary Green Essay Winner
First Place Winner Albert Gonzalez reads his essay for alice24-7.com. This short essay can give students a good idea of how to form a simple essay. Students can listen to the essay and pick out the different parts including: the introduction, the main points, and the conclusion. (01:04)
Students Showcase Winning Satellite
http://concordia.ca/now On September 29, a team of students from Space Concordia won the Canadian Satellite Design Challenge, organized by Geocentrix. Here they discuss their winning design, which finished first of a dozen competing teams from universities across Canada, and discuss the satellite's upcoming mission in space to study the South Atlantic Anomaly.
$4 billion in advertising
Robert Kolt, instructor of advertising at Michigan State University, says more money has been spent on campaign advertising in 2012 than ever before.
Digital Library Object - From theory to practice: the Powell doctrine.
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Plaster Foundation and Family, Bronze Bear recipients - Academic Spotlight
Each year since 1998, the University has awarded the Bronze Bear Award to those who have exhibited extraordinary achievement and or outstanding support for Missouri State University. In December 2011, this honor was given to the Robert W. Plaster Foundation and the Plaster Family. Over the years, the Robert W. Plaster Foundation has made gifts in support of students, academics, economic development and athletics. Leadership gifts from the Plaster Foundation led to the naming of three significa
Fred Hammond & RFC - Jesus Be a Fence Around Me
This is an audio recording only of the song "Jesus Be a Fence Around Me" from the album Purpose By Design by Fred Hammond & RFC, 2000. (07:09)
Alphablocks--Phonics /ai/ and Vowels
In this Alphablocks video, young learners will learn about the /ai/ sound in words like hail, snail, fail, pail. Part 2 addresses vowels /a, e, i, o, u/. This is a great resource to introduce and/or review these important phonetic skills in the early childhood classroom. (6:01)
3XSQ: Apple making mini iPads - WSJ
Oct 3 - Apple's suppliers in Asia have started mass producing a new tablet computer smaller than the current iPad.
Radio Lingua Network News: 26 September 2008
Happy European Day of Languages to all our listeners! By way of joining in this international celebration of languages and language-learning we're delighted to introduce eight new podcasts today. We're adding Catalan, Danish, French, Japanese, Mandarin and Romanian to our One Minute Languages series; we're introducing our first podcast for English learners - Write Back Soon will help learners master Phrasal Verbs; and we're finally announcing the long-awaited sequel to Coffee Break Spanish: it's
Matemáticas Cero (2012)
En esta asignatura se proporciona material suficiente a los estudiantes que inician estudios de grado en ADE y Economía para que adquieran de manera autónoma conocimientos y habilidades relacionados con las matemáticas que son imprescindibles para cursar sus estudios. El material docente que se proporciona se estructura en resúmenes teóricos, ejemplos, hojas de ejercicios resueltos y listas de ejercicios propuestos. El curso se plantea de manera esencialmente práctica.
2012 Illinois State University Homecoming Carnival
Students of Illinois State Got their Groove on! UPB was proud to present the 2012 Homecoming Carnival! ISU Students came to the 1st floor of the Bone Student Center to enjoy all that the Carnival has to offer. Students were served FREE food, which included Hot Pizza, Funnel Cakes, Mini Corndogs and fresh Lemon Shake-Ups. This FREE event featured performances by the Gamma Phi Circus, RSO booths, Carnival Games, Caricature Artists, Balloon Artists, a Photobooth and much more! View images a
Molecular Orbital Theory I: The Basic Idea
Basic reasoning and mathematics behind Molecular Orbital (MO) Theory. There are no diagrams in this video...just an introduction (05:07).