Fire Ants Swarm
There's power in numbers, and once on the march, these ants seem to know it! In this short video, the fire ants invade a worm and dragon fly. Narration included. Run time 01:56
BCG-K@W Procurement Report: Part 8: Peformance-based Logistics
These days, when the U.S. Department of Defense buys a fighter jet from Lockheed Martin, it doesn't simply pay Lockheed for the physical product. Instead, the government has a "performance-based contract" with the defense supplier, according to Serguei Netessine, professor of operations and information management at Wharton. This contract says, in effect, that the government's reimbursement to Lockheed hinges on the jets' performance -- that is, how often the planes are able to fly. In this inte
Tips on Editing Titles and Descriptions on WatchKnow.org
This WatchKnow video tutorial (a screencast) explains how to fix problems with video titles and descriptions. The video includes: (1) poorly edited titles; (2) how to prevent poorly edited titles; (3) producer name in video title; (4) brief descriptions; (5) how to prevent brief descriptions; (6) description just repeats information found in the title; (7) description covers the subject, but not the plot, type, or quality of the video; (8) description is not edited to be understandable by
Feeding Time for the Raven
Ravens demonstrate several of the commonly accepted indicators of animal intelligence. Some of these indicators can best be observed when ravens are scavenging for food. In this video segment from Nature, ravens exhibit their bird brain power by counting and hiding their food. Nice illustration of a scavenger. Closed captioning included. Run time 04:00.
Mobl21 - Introduction
21st Century e-Teacher Chris Jones introduces the power of mobile learning by using the Mobl21 authoring and distribution application. Run time 01:03.
Changes in the Air: What Will Come of the Copenhagen Climate Summit?
More than 100 world leaders gathered in Copenhagen on December 7 for a two-week summit meeting whose ambitious aim is to renew the Kyoto protocol on climate change. The issues being discussed include reducing emissions of green-house gases and setting a price for carbon, among others. What are the likely business implications of these issues? What new challenges and opportunities will they create during the coming months? Knowledge@Wharton discussed these topics with Wharton legal studies and bu
Facts About the Pyramids of Egypt
The pyramids of Egypt were built originally as tombs for Pharaohs, but no one is sure exactly how they were built. Learn more about these wonders of the world with answers from an experienced history teacher. (1:19)
Good Listeners: Remembering
A good listener will actively make an effort to remember important
bits of conversation for future reference. Focus on remembering in
order to become a good listener with tips from a communications
specialist in this video.
The Window Observational Research Facility on the International Space Station (PART 2)
This is part 2 of 2 of a video that describes the remote sensing capabilities of the International Space Station (ISS) utilizing the United States Laboratory "Destiny" module science window and the Window Observational Research Facility (WORF). The Lab Window is the highest optical quality window ever installed on a manned space vehicle and permits the use of high resolution cameras and multi and hyper-spectral Earth science remote sensing instruments from within the pressurized volume of the IS
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"The Definition of Love" by Andrew Marvell (poetry reading)
"L'Amour et Psyche, enfants", by William Bouguereau (1825-1905) "Two Lovers", 1906, by Marcus Stone (1840-1921) Two Lovers 1906, MY Love is of a birth as rare As 'tis, for object, strange and high ; It was begotten by Despair, Upon Impossibility. Magnanimous Despair alone Could show me so divine a thing, Where feeble hope could ne'er have flown, But vainly flapped its tinsel wing. And yet I quickly might arrive Where my extended soul is fixed ; But Fate does iron wedges drive, And alwa
What It Means To Be Japanese-American
Kristi Yamaguchi reflects on what she’s learned about her ancestry and how that affects her feelings about being a Japanese-American. (3:00)
Elmo Exercises and Counts From 1 to 10
Elmo does jumping jacks and while the children help by counting from 1 to 10. The numbers are also written on the screen. From Sesame Street Sports. Run time 0:55.
Water and Life
This video slide show is accompanied by text: "Water covers more than 75% of the surface of the Earth. While much of it is in the oceans, lakes and rivers also contain a lot of water. Freshwater lakes are home to a vast array of organisms, including frogs and water bugs. Water bugs are sometimes called water skaters or water striders because they can walk across the water's surface. If a water bug can walk across the water, why can't a frog?
In order to answer this question, we need to kno
Interview about 2010 Nobel Prize in Literature
After the announcement, Peter Englund, Permanent Secretary of the Swedish Academy, told senior editor Simon Frantz that Mario Vargas Llosa is one of the great Latin American storytellers - a master of dialogue who has been searching for the elusive concept known as the total novel, and who believes in the power of fiction to improve the world.
C++ Console Lesson 20: Sorting with Bubblesort
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This C++ video tutorial shows how to write a generic bubblesort algorithm to sort an array of variables. Bubble sort compares two values next to each other and exchanges them if necessary to put them in the correct order. There are many variations on bubble sort, but they all examine adjacent pairs. Download the code .
Infrastructure key to Africa’s growth: Asia has role to play
If Africa wants to bridge the chasm from emerging to developed economy, it must have one crucial component in place. According to Paulo Gomes, founder and CEO of Constelor Investment Holdings, which was set up in 2006 to harness investment opportunities in Africa, infrastructure is sorely needed for the land-locked continent.
How to Become a Fashion Journalist
In order to become a fashion journalist, a person must have
expertise in both journalism and the fashion industry. Discover why most fashion journalists have to work for national publications or Web sites from a journalism professor in this video clip.
Managing corporate giving
Nothing galvanises people more than a global disaster. When the Asian tsunami struck in December 2004, there was an outpouring of grief, and subsequently aid and relief was shipped to the affected countries.
A recent case study conducted by INSEAD professors Margaret Hanson and Luk Van Wassenhove with research associate Orla Stapleton chronicles the changing political and social environment of global giving in the US post-9/11.