Nations of the World: Yakko's World
In this fun video, Yakko of the Animaniacs lists all of the countries in the world--with subtitles. (01:45)
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Do Teachers Own the Curriculum They Create? A Satire?
This is a conversation about IP as it relates to teacher-created content. It explains the current state of ownership related to teacher created materials. A lot of lessons for teachers here despite the satire.
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Ladybug Ladybug Song
This video features an animated song with words on the screen created by Montessori educators to help children learn to read. The words are highlighted as the reader and children sing them. Music by Frank Leto.

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Written Word - Birth of Writing
Takes us to the Sumerian archaeological sites in present day Iran, Iraq, Syria, and elsewhere, to see the influence of cuneiform, the oldest known writing system in the world. Its development brought about a cultural renaissance,and Sumers rise in the Mesopotamian region. The influence of these Sumerian wedge characters did not end with the fall of Sumer, but also provided a literary foundation for civilizations that followed. Cuneiform influenced Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, and Persian writ
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Cosmic Times 2019
Students predict the next discoveries that will shape our understanding of the nature of the expanding Universe as they write the 100th anniversary edition of Cosmic Times in 2019. Grades 7-12.
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Swarms: First Class Citizens in the Future Internet (série : Colloquium Jacques Morgenstern)

The current Internet consists of tens of thousand different interconnected autonomous networks. It was designed to support large populations of point-to-point content transfers. This introduces considerable headaches due imbalances in traffic flows, which has the effect of complicating network management, reducing the robustness of the Internet, and reducing user performance.
In this talk, I review the sources of traffic in the Internet over the last 20 years. We will obser
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Harry Potter fans attend moviethon.
Potter fans attend special marathon screening of all seven movies ahead of the release of the final installment.
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A Critique of Multiverse Theories
Prof. George F. R. Ellis : Course
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Human Evolution
Prof. Darrel Falk : Course
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Physical Infinities - A Substitute for God
Dr Peter Bussey : Course
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Gaga's message of support to Japan
June 27 - Lady Gaga tells quake and tsunami-hit Japanese fans "never give up on the dream of Japan". Doug MacLaurin reports.
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Historia de la Comunicación Social II (Prof. Ramón Navarrete-Galiano)
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Autonomous Learning Portfolio in Spanish Language
Autonomous Learning Portfolio in Spanish Language
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Controlling Sound
In this activity, students use a variety of materials to design and create headphones that absorb sound.
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Celebrities and Aid: new humanitarians or just another fad? [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor John Street, Kris Torgeson; Ann McFerran | Why do charities use celebrities to speak out on humanitarian action? Who do celebrities represent? Are they genuinely committed to the causes they espouse or have causes become another path to self-promotion? John Street is a Professor of Politics at the University of East Anglia. Kris Torgeson is the International Secretary for the Midecins Sans Frontihres International Office. Award-winning journalist and freelance feature write
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Can the EU make a difference in the Middle East? [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Jean-Pierre Filiu | European forces make up most of the international force in south Lebanon. The EU is the main donor to the Palestinian territories, a member of the Quartet and the initiator of the new Union for the Mediterranean. But how is all this activity to translate into a strategy for promoting peaceful co-existence in that troubled region?
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Future Directions in the Law Regulating Weaponry in Armed Conflict [Audio]
Speaker(s): Group Captain Bill Boothby | A discussion on future directions in the law regulating weaponry in armed conflict to mark the release of Bill Boothby's new book Weapons and the Law of Armed Conflict. Bill Boothby has served for 27 years as an officer in the Royal Air Force legal branch. He developed and implemented the British system for the legal review of new weapons, and formed and led the team charged with conducting these reviews. Tom Porteus is London director of Human Rights Wa
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Too Big to Fail [Audio]
Speaker(s): Andrew Ross Sorkin | Andrew Ross Sorkin will take the audience behind the financial crisis and inside various secret meetings and never-before revealed conversations between regulators in Washington DC and London as well as on Wall Street. Sorkin will describe the reporting process of this painstakingly reported narrative; how he was able to gain access to the key players and how they provided him with hundreds of hundreds of pages of internal documents and notes that were the basis
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ART 265-01, Introduction to Sub-Saharan African Art, Fall 2006
This course will explore the art of Sub-Saharan Africa from ancient sculpture to modern textile techniques. It will emphasize late 19th and early 20th century arts from four main regions: West Africa, Central Africa, Eastern Africa, and South Africa. We will spend more time in West and Central Africa because this is where the majority of research on African art has been done. By the end of this course, you will have a solid base of the art of several renown peoples, a working knowledge of the co
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Numeracy for Professional Purposes (7/10): Interpreting Data: Graphs & Charts (1)
Interpreting data: graphs and charts 1
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