Central Limit Theorem Homework Link
Contains link to homework or review problems for R. Bloom custom collection of Collaborative Statistics by S. Dean and B. Illowsky
The Taking of Ballantrae Bay
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PediNeuroLogic Exam: Newborn: Abnormal: Positions - Vertical Suspension
In vertical suspension there is the feeling that the baby is slipping through the examiner's hands because of the low tone in the shoulder girdle muscles. A neuroscience tutorial focusing on those aspects of the pediatric neurological examination that are unique to the child's nervous system, with an emphasis on important neurodevelopmental milestones.
The Great, Mighty, Brilliant A.R.J. Turgot [Introduction to The Turgot Collection: Writings, Speeches, and Letters of Anne Robert Jacques Turgot, Baron de Laune (2011)] Anne Robert Jacq
[Introduction to The Turgot Collection: Writings, Speeches, and Letters of Anne Robert Jacques Turgot, Baron de Laune (2011)]
Anne Robert Jacq
Coffee Break Spanish future plans
As you all know, Coffee Break Spanish level 2 came to an end with lesson 80 and we’re planning to follow up the course with similar content to our Season 3 of Coffee Break French. However, we’ve only just started working on this content, so it’s likely that it will be available later in the [...]
The white stringy material is actually fungus. These strands take in food and also contain spores (reproductive structures).
Appomattox Court House and Lincoln's Assassination
In this video, Sal Khan focuses on Lee's surrender at Appomattox Court House to Lincoln's assassination at Ford's Theater. Mr. Khan uses computer software for demonstration. (04:27)
Optogenetics: A light switch for neurons
This animation illustrates optogenetics -- a radical new technology for controlling brain activity with light. Ed Boyden, the co-inventor of this technology, is a professor at the MIT Media Lab and at the McGovern Institute for Brain Research, where he continues to develop new technologies for controlling brain activity.
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Glass Program at CCA
The multidisciplinary curriculum of the Glass Program at California College of the Arts couples a vigorous foundation in craft with concept-oriented projects. CCA offers students a comprehensive education in the techniques, materials, history, and philosophy of glass as a medium for art making. For more information, including how to apply: cca.edu/glass
Inside the Lab: Daniel G. Anderson, Ph.D.
Learn more about the work that Professor Anderson’s lab is doing to create tiny nanoparticles that can deliver RNA to a cancer cell to stop tumor growth—and how they are collaborating with industry to speed development of this potential therapy.
The History of The United Nations
This three minute video is a review of the history of the United Nations using original footage. A good overview.
1 107 Post Alpha Bits Cereal, 1970s
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Modelling Excellence (10/10): Perceptual positions
Using perceptual positions to model excellence and in coaching