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This video provides an illustration of the mechanism of actions within the human body. In great detail you will see an animated version of your nucleus. This video clip is not narrated. (1:34)
Beginning Your Academic Job Search: The Nuts and Bolts of Finding the Right Faculty Position
Dr. Christopher Morphew and Dr. J. Douglas Toma, Institute of Higher Education
11.128 Information Technology and the Labor Market (MIT)
This course explores how information technology is reshaping different dimensions of the U.S. labor market: the way work is organized, the mix of occupations, the skills required to perform in an occupation, economy-wide labor productivity, and the distribution of wages.
Choosing a Microphone for Podcasting
In this video, I discuss choosing a microphone for your podcast. You can start with a logitec headset which is about $30 and has noise cancellation. You can use your build in mike on your laptop.
Anyone with a computer, a microphone and an internet connection can create a podcast. If you are using a Mac you have podcasting built right into your computer in garage band. You need a way to edit your podcast. Next you need a way to post your podcast. Create an RSS feed so people can subscribe to your podcast.
How To Create A Podcast
This video will show you how to create and edit a podcast, the tools you will need, how to download Audacity(a free application to create your podcasts), downloading the MP3 encoder, exporting as an MP3 file, how to upload a podcast and submit it to a search engine. A very good and thorough video.
What Voters Want in 2012: Marquette University Panel
Marquette University's Law School and Les Aspin Center for Government hosted a breakfast panel in New York City on March 7, 2012. Center director Rev. Timothy O'Brien moderated the panel while Les Aspin's visiting instructor and coordinator of student affairs presented on what voter's want in 2012.
The Townshend Duties
History video for high school. "The repeal of the Stamp Act did not end Britain’s plan to tax the colonies. In 1767, Chancellor of the Exchequer Charles Townshend proposed enacting new customs duties on the most popular items imported by the colonies. Parliament approved The Townshend duties (also referred to as the Townshend Revenue Act), which taxed a wide variety of imports, including glass, lead, paints, paper, silk, and tea. Unlike the Stamp Act, the new levy was an indirect tax payable a
SOLVING ONE-STEP LINEAR EQUATIONS
This video demonstrates how to solve
linear one-step equations, a fundamental
skill in basic algebra.
What a Year on Earth Really Looks Like
A ten minute animation that shows how the Earth moves through space. Excellent visual for students studying seasons, astronomy, and/or space. Best used with handout as this video moves fairly fast. Also would benefit from a wordwall. (09:27)
Creative enterprise in west Yorkshire Arts organisations
This report describes and theorises the findings of a workshop discussion, commissioned by WYLLN, into the views of arts organizations on the challenges they face in becoming more enterprising and less grant dependent.
How To Iron a Pair Of Pants
This video provides detailed directions for ironing a pair of pants. The directions appear on the screen as the process is demonstrated.
How To Clean With Baking Soda
This video gives many practical tips for using baking soda for household cleaning. Suggestions given include using baking soda to: clean tubs, counters, and carpets, freshening laundry, and unclogging sinks. The process for each is demonstrated. ( 02:21)
How to Make Deruny, Ukrainian Potato Pancakes
Your fellow Wildcat Kate Lankford shows us how to make a traditional Ukrainian dish, deruny, which is a small potato pancake. For fun, dessert, culture and info, join us for our Peace Corps Fair on Thursday, February 27, 2014. More at http://grad.arizona.edu/peacecorps/pcweek.
22.012 Seminar: Fusion and Plasma Physics (MIT)
This course uses lectures and discussion to introduce the range of topics relevant to plasma physics and fusion engineering. An introductory discussion of the economic and ecological motivation for the development of fusion power is also presented. Contemporary magnetic confinement schemes, theoretical questions, and engineering considerations are presented by expert guest lecturers. Students enrolled in the course also tour the Plasma Science and Fusion Center experimental facilities.
Learn The Basics to Subtracting Fractions
John Zimmerman from www.tabletclass.com explains how to subtract fractions. The instructor uses computer software to illustrate his points and feels that math students in middle school and basic math should find the lesson helpful. The two examples used in this video are 3/5-1/5 and 4 1/2- 2 2/3. (06:55)
Biography: Dick Cheney: Quiet Authority
Richard Bruce Cheney was born January 30, 1941, in Lincoln, Nebraska, to Richard and Marjorie Cheney and had an idyllic childhood, playing little league baseball and earning money on a paper route.
Inca- Time Life (V)
Primarily covers Moche (pre-Incan) civilization including Temple of the Sun, pottery, human sacrifice, canals for irrigation, and footage of reed boats. (Caution: reference to "exotic sexual practices" during pottery display.) Also deals with grave robbers.
"The Mind of the Market" (video)
Author and psychologist Michael Shermer explains how evolution shaped the modern economy-and why people are so irrational about money. How did we make the leap from ancient hunter-gatherers to modern consumers and traders? Why do people get so emotional and irrational about bottom-line financial and business decisions? Is the capitalist marketplace a sort of Darwinian orga