Skills For Learning - Reflection Toolkit (2)
Animation of potential scenario's and 'what if's ...' in a similar situtation.
Introduction to the seven challenges of interpersonal communication
A brief overview of the Seven Challenges approach to communication skills learning, with attention to the issues in personal development that are associated with each skill.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
This patient education program reviews the different types of STDs (viral, bacterial, and parasitic) and their symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. This resource is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
RAF Ludham - HMS Flycatcher
A photographical record of the airfield and surviving buildings
Carving Pumpkins at Dickinson
dickinson.edu Video by Ben West '14
This report outlines the process and findings from an innovative project for students. This work was part of the curriculum and involved students working with West Yorkshire Police as part of the safer Leeds project in designing and making a film for students n crime prevention and personal safety in Leeds
Velocity and Time
Unlike Lorentz, Albert Einstein was motivated to perfect the central ideas of physics rather than to explain the Michelson-Morley experiment. The result was a wholly new understanding of the meaning of space and time, including such matters as the transformation of velocities, time dilation, and the twin paradox.
Harold Goodwin - Local Economic Development
Watch Professor Harold Goodwin introduce our Tourism for Local Economic Development & Poverty Alleviation module. In it, he discusses the advantages tourism can bring to developing areas, as well as the negative impact of failed initiatives. Leeds Met's Local Economic Development module will ensure that you are well informed about the opportunities and risks of tourism and about how to make a positive difference. For more information about this module see our MSc Responsible Tourism Management c
How To Make A Paper Snowflake
This is a how-to video for making paper snowflakes. It includes simple instructions that can be used by a teacher to prepare the activity or could be shown to students as additional instruction. (02:39)
Students Say Thank You
Each February students gather to celebrate Thanksgiving in February to write thank you notes to Benefactors of the University. Listen to Notre Dame students say thank you.
Sesame Street: Will.i.am Sings "What I Am"
Will.i.am sings "What I Am" as part of Sesame Street's 41st season. This song features a message of liking and believing in oneself. It compliments the Common Core test exemplar poem: "By Myself" by Eloise Greenfield. (01:52)
Author Pico Iyer: Seeking Stillness and Silence in the Rush of Business Life
Pico Iyer -- essayist, author and thinker -- has a unique perspective on many things. His physical domain ranges from California (where he lived as a child) and England (where he studied) to Cuba, North Korea and Ethiopia (which he visited) and Japan (where he resides). His mental domain knows no limiting boundaries. In this interview with Wharton associate dean Deirdre Woods and Knowledge@Wharton, Iyer discusses the value of silence amid the rush of business. If we spend too much time in the MT
Data Therapy Webinar: Techniques for Creative Data Presentation Is your data getting you down? Clunking up your reports? Stressing you and your colleagues out? If so and you’d like some help, we’d love to help cure your data presentation woes at our “Data The
Is your data getting you down? Clunking up your reports? Stressing you and your colleagues out? If so and you’d like some help, we’d love to help cure your data presentation woes at our “Data The
Dealing with doctrines: time to outlaw nuclear weapon use?
Achieving an end-state of "zero" has emerged as an important policy goal for a number of 21st Century challenges. The most prominent example is the "Global Zero" campaign to eliminate nuclear weapons. To stand any chance of getting near to zero, nuclear weapons must be marginalised in military and security doctrines. That means creating international norms and, if feasible, agreements that until nuclear weapons are universally prohibited by treaty, their use will be treated as a crime against hu
Battle of Kwajalein
The U.S. invades Kwajalein on January 31, 1944, breaking the outer ring of the Japanese Pacific territory. Japanese forces are poorly trained and are easily outnumbered by American troops. After four days nearly all of the Japenese troops are wiped out and Allies claim victory on February 3, 1944. In this video clip, learn more about swift Battle of Kwajalein. (2:04)
Article :: Perfecting Photos with the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 Adjustment Brush
Dan Moughamian discusses the improvements made to the Adjustment Brush controls in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4, which are used for editing one specific area of the photograph without making similar changes to neighboring areas.
Duke Medicine Profiles: Joseph G. Rogers, MD
Get to know Duke Heart Center's providers. Learn more about Joseph G. Rogers, MD at http://www.dukemedicine.org/find-doctors-physicians/joseph-g-rogers-md.