Fashion goes to the dogs
Sept. 26 - Puppy fashion takes center stage at Buenos Aires' most exclusive fashion event. Sharon Reich reports.
An Interview With a Meteorologist
Watch this selection to take a virtual field trip to Colorado to meet a television weatherman. He describes his motivation to become a meteorolgist and background necessary for this career. Methods for predicting the weather such as Doppler Radar are explained. ( 4:44)
An American Beauty
Referred to as part of America's hardest working wetlands, Louisiana's marshes are breathtaking, but it's a natural treasure that's disappearing at an alarming rate. In the second episode for Journey OnEarth, we take a closer look at this unique ecosystem and examine what losing it means for us. For decades, Ryan Lambert has built a successful business as one of Louisiana's premier recreational hunting and fishing guide. However, the way of life Ryan has known for decades is slipping
Residents escape beseiged Sirte
Sept. 29 - Residents flee the besieged town of Sirte, one of the last Gaddafi strongholds, as U.S. Republican senators visit Tripoli. Lily Grimes reports.
Royals open children's hospital unit
Sept. 29 - The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge open a new children's unit at The Royal Marsden Hospital in Surrey. Kilmeny Duchardt reports.
Ghosts Amongst Us
A chilling specter of the 18th century reaches its icy grasp to the present day. Hear the story of Moses Riggs, a man possessed.
Harpsichord maker Ed Wright prizes the instrument for its bright, crystalline sound and unique mechanics.
Papa Said, Mama Said
Papa Said, Mama Said preserves the African-American community's long tradition of storytelling. Art Johnson shares a fable.
The backyards of Williamsburg's finest homes tell the story of a separate society. Author Mike Olmert reads the architecture of outbuildings.
Growing up colonial meant babies in crash helmets and boys in dresses. Program developer Kristin Spivey compares childhood now and then.
Otis presents Pioneers of the Feminist Art Movement: Gilah Yelin Hirsch
Professor Hirsch is a painting instructor at California State University Dominguez Hills and has been teaching at the university level since 1968. She received her BA degree, Magna Cum Laude, at the University of California Berkeley majoring in Art History and Pictorial Arts with minors in English and Psychology. She received her MFA degree in Pictorial Arts at the University of California Los Angeles. As an artist, Professor Hirsch has had paintings, prints, photographs and videos exhibited in
An Introduction to Hydroponic Gardening
Watch this video to visit the Window Farms Project in New York City. A student interviews a representative from the project and learns all about hydroponic gardening. This method involves growing plants by providing all necessary nutrition to the plants through the water supply and allows more food to be grown in smaller areas. This is beneficial in areas where space, soil, and water are in short supply. ( 5:09)
US Citizenship Process
This five minute video goes through the steps one takes to become a citizen. It does not contain any questions, but is simply a how to prepare video.
How to Become a U.S. Citizen
Reporter Sophia Reaves discovers how people can become citizens of the United States. She talks with Gregory Collett in this 31 minute video. A good overview that could answer questions about this process.
FREN 102-01, Elementary French, Spring 2006
French 102 is a 4-credit-hour course intended to enable students to develop abilities in reading, writing, speaking, and understanding French. This course is designed to build on French 101 or other previous experience in French, to expand knowledge of French vocabulary and grammar, and to offer experience in handling this new knowledge in written, aural, and oral forms within a context of growing awareness of comparative culture and language.,This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Of
Mysterious dancing stone
Another great question from New Scientist's Last Word: "Mysterious dancing/floating stone" https://www.last-word.com/content_handling/show_tree/tree_id/4401/id/13947.html
152: Mikael Haagstrom of the American Chamber of Commerce on the outlook for Europe
Today's economic crisis is nearly as damaging as past wars have been, but can this crisis foster unity within the EU, and between the EU member states and its long-standing allies?
Education Leadership Review Special Issue: Portland Conference, Volume 12, Number 3 (October 2011)
National Council of Professors of Educational Administration
This special issue of Education Leadership Review highlights 18 selected and peer-reviewed papers from the 2011 NCPEA Conference held in Portland, Oregon, August 2-5, 2011.
Article :: Adobe Photoshop Elements 10 Classroom in a Book: Basic Organizing
This lesson will get you started with the essential skills you’ll need to import images and keep track of your growing photo library.