The History of the Mongol Empire
Genghis Khan was made ruler of all Mongols in 1206, and it was at this point the empire began its rise to power. Within one century, the Mongols had become one of history’s greatest. As with most world powers, the empire eventually crumbled, but the lasting consequences of this empire’s impact can still be seen today. In this video, WatchMojo.com explores the rise, dominance, and fall of this one-time world empire. (2:50)
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How it's made - Incandescent Light Bulb
This five minute video shows the manufacturing process for these bulbs.
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Food Chain and Food Web (Interactive Game)
This animated interactive game, teaches the students about consumers, predators, omnivore, of, lions, snakes, and more. Students will learn how some animals eat other plants and animals to survive and create a food chain, with this interactive lesson plan.The voice is quite computerized, but still suitable.(3:02)
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Education Center of Computer Aided Design: Technical University of Bialystok, Poland - Hopes, Possib
This paper describes a Project of Professional Computer Aided Design Education in Bialystock (Poland).
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Subject Pronouns
Brief lesson on subject pronouns. Subject pronouns are words like I, you, he, she, it, they.(1:00)



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MSU Staff profiles: Brian Kirschensteiner
Brian Kirschensteiner talks about his position as preparator at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at MSU. To read more, go to http://news.msu.edu/story/staff-profiles-brian-kirschensteiner
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Learn French - L'heure (The One O'Clock Hour)
This video is good practice for learning the French words that relate to time on a clock.  The times are shown on the clock in five minute increments, written out in French, and pronounced in French.  (01:02)
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SMU's Jodi Cooley discusses the XIA Alpha Particle Counter and SuperCDMS
The XIA Alpha Particle Counter sounds like it belongs in a science fiction movie. In reality it's housed in a clean room operated by SMU's Department of Physics, where SMU physicist Jodi Cooley and her students rely on it as part of their search for dark matter. Cooley is a member of the global scientific consortium called SuperCryogenic Dark Matter Search (SuperCDMS). SuperCDMS is searching for elusive dark matter — the "glue" that represents 90 percent of the matter in our universe but whic
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Snow Cover by Latitude
Using data sets from MYNASADATA students will create graphs comparing the amount (percentage) of snow cover along selected latitudes by date.
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If the Public Would be Outraged by Their Rulings, Should Judges Care? (Other Resource)
This Foundation for Law, Justice and Society Annual Lecture, delivered by Professor Cass Sunstein on 24 May 2007, questions the limits and legitimacy of judicial independence in the face of public opinion.
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Solar System Lesson for Kids (Interactive Game)
This Interactive game introduces a lesson on the solar system to the students.  It explains each planet and what and where it is. This interactive and educational lesson plan is designed to teach kids all about the solar system. Voice is computerized, but usable information  (4:02)
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.NET Gadgeteer and MIDI: Meet the MeeBlipiator

Demonstration of my latest Gadgeteer project, a simple 8-step one-octave arpeggiator using Pete Brown's MIDI Module to drive a MeeBlip micro synthesizer.

Full source code is available at http://sdrv.ms/MeeBlipiatorSrc (MS-PL)

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Author(s): G. Andrew Duthie