InsideOut of the Lunch Box with The Melodores
Watch video of the Feb. 17, 2011, InsideOut of the Lunch Box program featuring the Melodores at TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall. Founded in 2009, The Vanderbilt Melodores are the newest male a cappella group to hit the Vanderbilt campus. Comprising over a dozen members, they bring the tradition of a cappella music to a new levelkeep reading »
Vespers - 2/24/2011
A service of choral vespers in Duke University Chapel.
Science Studio vol 009 - Topic: Science & Art - Guests: Charles Kazilek & Dr. Biology
Course - Group - Science Studio vol 009 - Topic: Science & Art - Guests: Charles Kazilek & Dr. Biology - Arizona State University > Science Studio > Science Studio vol 009 - Topic: Science & Art - Guests: Charles Kazilek & Dr. Biology
Sabah Indonesian Greeting
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Disaster Relief Volunteering
Dr Debbie Haski-Leventhal, NAB Research Fellow at the Centre for Social Impact, talks about volunteering in disaster situations.
Bibliothèque du film (BIFI)
This is the website of the Bibliotheque du Film (BIFI), based in Paris, which is the equivalent of the BFI Library in London. In 2005 it moved to a new site at rue de Bercy and contains the screening rooms of the Cinematheque Francaise and an exhibition space. The nearest metro is Bercy, southeast Paris.The BIFI contains books, periodicals, and a VHS/DVD collection. There is also a stills collection. The special collections section (Espace chercheurs) is only open in the afternoon, and booking n
Multiplying Monomials - FOIL
This video explains how to multiply monomials and binomials using different methods, including the distributive property and FOIL. FOIL is a mnemonic device to remember how to find the product of two binomials: we multiply the First, Outer, Inner, and then Last terms in each binomial. When multiplying monomials and binomials, it is important to remember the rules of multiplying exponents. (1:42)
Science In Focus: Energy
Interview with Stephen Connors about limited sources of energy and the importance of using renewable sources.,In this segment, the interviewee provides a brief overview of some sources of renewable energy that don't require "burning stuff", such as hydroelectric, solar, and wind power. He also mentions tidal and wave power. He indicates that wind and sun are diffuse so a lot of collection is required. This segment does not address the last sentence of this benchmark.
Figuring Out Mood and Tone in a Story
This professionally-made video from Brain Pop uses simple terms and computer animation to help explain what the mood and tone is in a story. Written examples are included in the video to help explain. Key vocabulary words also include: tone, syntax, diction, mood, and setting. Run time 03:36.
Rep. Scott Garrett: Budget deal by the end of the week
Feb 28 - Representative Scott Garrett (R - NJ) talks about GSE reform, engaging private market into home financing and covered bonds.
Science Studio vol 028 - Topic: The future of oceans: BOFFF or bust? - Guest: Jane Lubchenco
Course - Group - Science Studio vol 028 - Topic: The future of oceans: BOFFF or bust? - Guest: Jane Lubchenco - Arizona State University > Science Studio > Science Studio vol 028 - Topic: The future of oceans: BOFFF or bust? - Guest: Jane Lubchenco
Science Studio vol 016 - Topic: Clinicians - Guests: Jason Robert & Kenro Kusumi
Course - Group - Science Studio vol 016 - Topic: Clinicians - Guests: Jason Robert & Kenro Kusumi - Arizona State University > Science Studio > Science Studio vol 016 - Topic: Clinicians - Guests: Jason Robert & Kenro Kusumi
Tip of the Week: DAnCER for disease-annotated epigenetics data
DAnCER allows exploration of chromatin modifications and disease relationships; see http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=7245 for links and references.
Ternary Self-Assembly of Ordered Metal Oxide-Graphene Nanocomposites for Electrochemical Energy Stor
Ternary Self-Assembly of Ordered Metal Oxide-Graphene Nanocomposites for Electrochemical Energy Storage
31 Jan 2011: Comprehensive Tax Reform in 2011
Two distinguished economists at Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy discuss their report calling for comprehensive reform of the nation's corporate and personal income tax system. John Diamond, the Baker Institute's Edward A. and Hermena Hancock Kelly Fellow in Public Finance, and George Zodrow, the Allyn R. and Gladys M. Cline Chair of Economics at Rice University and a Baker Institute Rice Scholar, argue that the time is right to undertake such an overhaul. The discussion is mo