The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck by Beatrix Potter
This video is a 'read-aloud' of Potter's book The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck, first published in 1908. Jemima is fooled by a wolf. The story, from Project Gutenberg public domain e-text c. 2007, is narrated and the pages are filmed by Tim Bulkeley. (7:55)
History of Animation, Part 3
Part three of this series starts with the history of animation at Disney Studios. This is a student-created project that about the history of animation. Suitable for middle school and high school students.
The History of Animation
Third Grade Project by Colin Williams which demonstrates how pictures were first made to appear moving.
Animation Trends Timeline
For my school project.. a history timeline of animation, how it began and where it could be going. Starts from drawings done on cave walls to animation today. (5:01)
An Interview with Dr. Malcolm J. Norwood
In December of 1979, as a project at the University of Maryland, Karen Brickett interviewed Dr. Malcolm (Mac) J. Norwood, the Father of Closed Captioning. Dr. Norwood relates how 10% of the general population would not accept captions on their TV screens, which necessitated the development of a closed-captioning system. He discusses the postponement of decoder sales until March of 1980, estimates of the number of potential viewers of closed-captioned TV, predicts 22 to 22½ hours of captioned pr
Building of Hoover Dam part 1-The Miracle of Water
Building of Hoover dam. A great economic project of FDR (0:51)
Bridge Collapse: The New Tacoma Narrows Bridge Opens
The Tacoma Narrows Bridge project is one of 10 signature transportation projects named as a finalist for the prestigious "America's Transportation Award."
The Grapes of Wrath
This short film created for an English project shows scenes from the very end of the novel, The Grapes of Wrath. This is a dramatization based on the novel.
Tuck Everlasting Book Review
This video clip is a 6th grade school project.. It is a book review for teh book Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt.
Princess Academy Slide Show
This video clip was made for an English project. It is a slide show summarizing the book, the Princess Academy by Sharon Hale.
Pneu Scooter: Motor Testing
Here are two of the first test-spins of the custom pneumatic wheel-motor for my latest scooter project. The motor is a three-phase brushless outrunner, designed for about 1600rpm at 33V and a peak torque of about 5ft-lbf. The controller is also custom, a 48V/1kW field-oriented synchronous AC drive that still has some software? glitches to work out. More info: http://scolton.blogspot.com/search/label/scooter.
Kwame Dawes on approaches to treating HIV/AIDS in Haiti
Poet and reporter Kwame Dawes discusses the tensions between two different schools of thought on how best to address the problem of HIV/AIDS in Haiti. One approaches the disease as a part of a continuum of interconnected health issues, the other as a unique problem in need of isolated solutions specific to the disease. This is the first in a series of video diaries recorded in the field by Andre Lambertson. See all related reporting from this reporting project, including poetry, photography and
Haiti, Poems from After the Quake
Visual poetry chronicling the lives and challenges of Haitians living with HIV/AIDS after the earthquake. Poem by Kwame Dawes, with images from Andre Lambertson. See all related reporting from this reporting project, including poetry, photography and print reporting: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/ca...
HIV/AIDS hotline in Haiti provides information, hope for some
In his third video diary, award-winning poet Kwame Dawes discusses an HIV/AIDS information hotline outside of Port-au-Prince. Receiving between 3,000 and 5,000 calls per month, mostly from men, the center is a vital source of information for Haitians about HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases. Filmed by Andre Lambertson. See all related reporting from this reporting project, including poetry, photography and print reporting: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/caribbean/after-quake-h
Haiti - The Rise of Gender-Based Violence After the Earthquake
In his fourth video diary, poet and reporter Kwame Dawes discusses the dramatic rise of gender-based violence and rape in camps in post-earthquake Haiti, and the potential for a related rise in HIV/AIDS cases. Filmed by Andre Lambertson. See all related reporting from this reporting project, including poetry, photography and print reporting: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/caribbean/after-quake-hivaids-haiti
7.18 Topics in Experimental Biology (MIT)
This independent experimental study course is designed to allow students with a strong interest in independent research to fulfill the project laboratory requirement for the Biology Department Program in the context of a research laboratory at MIT. The research should be a continuation of a previous project under the direction of a member of the Biology Department faculty. This course provides instruction and practice in written and oral communication. Journal club discussions are used to help s
Building a global teaching profile: Showcasing Open Educational Resources at the University of Cape
This presentation was delivered November 18 2009 at the Teaching with Technology Miniconference hosted by the Centre for Educational Technology at UCT. Higher education institutions in the 21st century find themselves in a complex and often contradictory environment as many of the world's leading institutions are formulating policy to give their content away for free and are investing significant resources in establishing open content platforms while other smaller institutions are holding onto c
Hirshhorn After Hours: March 9, 2007
View footage from the first Hirshhorn After Hours on March 9, 2007. This After Hours celebrated the opening of "Directions—Pae White and Virgil Marti" and "Refract, Reflect, Project: Light Works from the Collection." It featured a special After Hours Podcast in the Lobby and a Lite Brite art-making activity. DJ Ian Svenonius spun tracks on the Third level.
Ward Edwards Interview
Psychologist Ward Edwards, a former faculty member of the USC College of Letters, Arts and Sciences and of the USC Viterbi School of Engineering, talks about multidisciplinary research at the University of Southern California and the development of organized research units to support research and scholarship involving multiple disciplines. Edwards was an internationally known authority on statistical decision analysis and behavioral decision research, a field he pioneered. He was founding direc
Using Legos to Demonstrate the Three Laws of Motion
This film is about Sir Isaac Newton's Three Laws of Physics. It is a student-made project, using legos to illustrate the story of Newton and his three laws. Audio is very loud and clear. Lego illustrations are very well done. Run time 04:52.