This patient education program discusses multiple myeloma including the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options for this type of cancer, with their benefits and side effects. This resource is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
Social and Political Structures of Early Modern Europe - European Civilization from the Renaissance
An introduction to European history from around 1500 to the present. The central question that the course addresses is how and why Europe-- a small, relatively poor, and politically fragmented place-- became the motor of globalization and a world civilization in its won right. Put differently how did �western� become an adjective that, for better and often for worse, stands in place of �modern.� Our approach will be broadly cultural, i.e. it approaches politics, economics, social life,
UK Prime Minister says screenings will help contain the spread of Ebola
Oct.10 - David Cameron say screenings for possible Ebola cases in airports will help tackle the spread of the deadly virus despite warnings that the procedure may not be fully effective. Rough Cut (No Reporter Narration) Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topic
Arctic Climate Perspectives
This video, adapted from material provided by the ECHO partners, describes how global climate change is affecting Barrow, Alaska.
Discover Cal - UC Berkeley's Nobel Laureates: Energy Self-Sufficiency in the 21st Century
Spring 2007 Lecture Series Northern California Kickoff Event UC Berkeley's Nobel Laureates: Energy Self-Sufficiency in the 21st Century Speakers for this Lecture - Steven Chu, Physics, 1997 - Donald A. Glaser, Physics, 1960 - Yuan T. Lee, Chemistry, 1986 - Daniel L. McFadden, Economics, 2000 - George F. Smoot, Physics, 2006 - Charles H. Townes, Physics, 1964
Obesity from the course Introduction to Human Nutrition
Introduction to Human Nutrition - Fall 2006.This course provides an overview of digestion and metabolism of nutrients. Foods are discussed as a source of nutrients, and the evidence is reviewed as to the effects of nutrition on health. The emphasis of the course is on issues of current interest and on worldwide problems of food and nutrition. Students are required to record their own diet, calculate its composition, and evaluate its nutrient content in light of their particular needs.
Otis Art History 12 - Medieval Culture
From the Caves to Romanticism, take a journey through centuries of art and learn about the role of art in culture and the place of the artist in society. This series of five-minute podcasts from Otis College of Art and Design features sumptuous images and informative texts. Presented by Dr. Jeanne Willette, faculty at Otis College of Art and Design.
Dr Ed Bertram - Profile
Dr Ed Bertram is Australian Director of the China-Australia Centre for Phenomics Research at the John Curtin School of Medical Research The China-Australia Centre for Phenomics Research is a joint centre between China and Australia. Ed talks of the exciting developments surrounding the collaboration and the research undertaken in the centre.
Roots, Radicals, and Square Root Equations: Square Root Equations with Applications
This module contains the a roots, radicals, and square root equations from Elementary Algebra by Denny Burzynski and Wade Ellis, Jr.
A Staff Meeting on the Daily Five
This selection contains a video of a faculty meeting where the discussion is on implementing the Daily Five program. Teachers offer advice and suggestions for using the program from their personal experiences. ( 9:54)
Georgetown Daily 5, Part 1
This selection contains a video of a teacher describing strategies she uses for read to self and read to someone in her classroom. Several tips are provided for helping students achieve success including keeping students on-task and a framework for defining unknown words. ( 7:26)
The Future of Learning
Although she is committed to boosting interactive digital technology for learning, Diana Rhoten’s talk is framed by movies. Waiting for Superman is the starting point: a good demonstration of how schools are failing our children, but very unimaginative, Rhoten says, when it comes to solutions. In fact, one of the ass
Generators: Three Mile Island vs. Hoover Dam
Students are given a history of electricity and its development into the modern age lifeline upon which we so depend. The methods of power generation are introduced, and further discussion of each technology's pros and cons follows.