Unalienable Rights
This excellent video is accompanied by text and is suitable for high school students. "In the seventeenth century, philosopher John Locke wrote about natural law, which gives individuals rights that are part of the natural order of life rather than assigned by a ruler. Thomas Jefferson incorporated this concept into the Declaration of Independence in an attempt to point out the abuses made by the British government and prevent similar offenses from occurring in an independent America. Jefferson
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Guide to the Papers of the McCabe Family, 1776-1945
The McCabe family came to the United States from Tyrone County, Ireland, prior to the Revolutionary War. After the war the family slowly migrated from central to western Pennsylvania where they became prominent members of the Middletown (Coraopolis) and Monessen communities. This collection includes biographical data, family photos, genealogical charts, deeds to the Big Spring tract in Bedford County, Pa, and scrapbooks outlining the history of Monessen, Pa.
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Copyright and property rights reside with the University of Pittsburgh. For permission to reproduce or publish any of the documents within this collection please contact the Archives Service Center.

Supporting learning in practice - Managing student issues in practice
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The Daily's Double Shot 03/14/15
In this weeks Dailys Double Shot: -We answer the age old question 'Is it a good idea to live with your best friend?' -Jakob Ross reviews Neil Blomkamp's new film "Chappie" -Rio barber talks to fashion designer Blake Mccabe -On Collegi-Ate Julie Lin demonstrates how to cook veggie fried rice -Get to know the Hammockers of UW -Re-visit the recent "Black Lives Matter" protest on the UW Campus 03/14/2015 http://dailyuw.com http://uwtv.org
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How do art and technology shape our daily lives?
Concordia faculty and students are chasing big questions in key Montreal clusters — from aerospace and clean technology to film and financial services; from information and communications technology to life sciences; from health to culture to energy — and beyond. To highlight how Concordians are engaging these and other next-generation challenges, the university has produced a series of videos that display the amplitude of its research and dynamism of its community. In this video, researcher
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3.4.3 Summary of Section 6

  1. For the first week after fertilization, the conceptus (early embryo) foats freely in the female reproductive tract, obtaining some of its nutrients from the fuid in which it is bathed.

  2. The fertilized egg begins a series of divisions to give 2, then 4, then 8 undifferentiated cells. There is no net cell growth, so each generation of cells is smaller than the last.

  3. The 8- to 16-cell division is different, and important. Each
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Moving Pulley Problem (Part 1)
What happens when we pull on a pulley and the pulley is pulling on other things? This video, which is suitable for high school students, starts with a black screen because the instructor, in his conversational tone, uses it as a 'chalkboard.' Instructor uses different colors for clarification.
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Economic Governance in Uncharted Waters | Institute of Politics
John Dramani Mahama, President of the Republic of Ghana, addressed the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum on his country’s past, and on a variety of domestic and foreign policy issues Ghana currently faces. He spoke about Ghana’s plans for future economic development and its place in West African history, while fielding questions from the audience about his country’s international relations and his own philosophy of leadership. The Forum was moderated by Harvard Kennedy School Dean David Ellwood.
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2.1 Effects on primary producers in freshwater ecosystems

Plant species differ in their ability to compete as nutrient availability increases. Some floating and submerged macrophyte species are restricted to nutrient-poor waters, while others are typical of nutrient-rich sites (see Table 2.2). Figure 2.2 shows turbid water in a polluted drainage ditch associated with localized growth of algae. There are no aquatic plants present.

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The Arts in Every Classroom: Introducing Arts Education
This program includes three segments: What Is Arts Education? shows a montage of insights from teachers and administrators, plus examples of successful arts instruction in classrooms across America. What Are the Arts? presents teachers, administrators, students, and parents who offer thoughtful and sometimes humorous comments on what the arts mean to them. In How Do You Know They’re Learning?, educators from several schools tell how they know if their students are "getting it."
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Air Quality on the Wasatch Front: Boiling Frog Syndrome
Anesthesiologist and founder of Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment Brian Moench speaks about air pollution along the Wasatch Front. Subjects include mercury poisoning, mining, and coal power plants.
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Senator Russ Feingold
As one of the most progressive voices in the Senate who also campaigned for President-elect Obama, what does Russ Feingold (D-WI) expect of the next four years? Bill Moyers sits down with the Wisconsin Senator to find out his perspectives on progressivism and its role in the new administration, and to ask him what changes he'd like to see in the Obama Presidency. And, take part in our Web-only project about the future of the American Dream. Plus, Bill Moyers talks with Mark Johnson, the producer
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Virtual Maths - 2D Shapes, elipse
Interactive simulation demonstrating formula and calculation of area of an elipse
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Virtual Maths - Numbers, Geometry 3D shapes
Diagrams and forumulas for calculating area and volume of 3D shapes cube, cuboid, cylinder, sphere, hemisphere, triangular prism, frustrum, cone, pyramid
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Quick Q
Q methodology is a technique for modelling viewpoints, that was developed by William Stephenson (1902-1989). This animation, intended for a general audience, provides a short non-technical introduction to the methodology, outlining the different stages involved in conducting a Q study. The animation was funded by the UK Higher Education Academy, as part of the National Teaching Fellow 'Assessing Students at Masters level' project, Assimilate.
Author(s): Tim Deignan,Leeds Metropolitan University

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Episode 145: Neighbours with a difference: The India-China relationship in context

Political scientist Dr Pradeep Taneja discusses how India and China view each other’s geo-political ambitions. With host Jennifer Cook.