Growing Power: Agriculture
Shows how using recycled material can help grow vegetables all year around.
How To Read A Surface Analysis Of A Weather Map
Part of the series: How To Predict The Weather. Reading a surface analysis of a weather map is an important step in the weather prediction process, learn how to read these meteorological maps in this free video. Please refer to more weather videos in the "Weather Prediction" subcategory found inside "Earth Science/Meteorology." Run time 1:08.
Fall on the Farm
Harvests and hayrides, pumpkins and petting zoos--fall is a special time on Ohio farms.
‘Makers’: Chris Anderson on DIY Manufacturing
Just as the Internet enabled anyone with a computer to become an entrepreneur, today's newest technologies have spawned a DIY (do it yourself) micro-manufacturing movement, so anyone can be both inventor and manufacturer. Wired editor Chris Anderson, author of the new book, Makers: The New Industrial Revolution, recently spoke with Knowledge@Wharton about how technology is changing the limits of what inventors can do, what the Maker Movement is, why he started DIY Drones and ho
Story of the World- The Modern Age- Two Czars and Two Emperors
This spirited reading of author Susan Wise Bauer's Story of
the World history series brings to life the stories and records of the
peoples of ancient times. This chapter is about the two czars and two emperors. The czar of Russia-Alexander III
The Rhubarb Triangle
This is an interactive learning resource book targeted at families who want to learn together and improve their basic English and maths abilities.
CIA Bachelor's Degree Programs
How can a bachelor's degree help you achieve your culinary career goals? With multiple majors and concentrations, CIA students can design their education to take them wherever they want to go. Learn more at http://www.ciachef.edu/degree-and-certificate-programs/
The singing group, Hi 5, sings the song and dances. Kids in the studio sing and dance with the group. Counting to 3. (2:38)
Exploring our Oceans_Participant Information Sheet
Exploring our Oceans_Participant Information Sheet
Meet Kevin, CCA Film Student
Kevin did a tour of duty in Iraq in the Marine Corps before coming to CCA. Now he's a Film student who wants his work to matter. Find out how CCA is helping him realize his vision. Learn more CCA's Film Program: cca.edu/film
Beyond Neutrality - enabling a world of connected things
Network Neutrality and related policy issues are framed by the assumption that intelligence is inside a network and (tele)communications is a service. Today that intelligence is now in our devices which can communicate by exchanging packets using any means available. This shift in intelligence has also moved value creation outside of networks. In this talk I'll trace the history of this fundamental transformation and the technical and policy implications and what it means to "communicate". Th
Biology and Biologists: Overview
This video is an introduction to Biology. It explains the interrelation between biology, technology and society. There are examples of the problems caused by one area and that can affect the other.
French Past Tense
This video offers an introductory discussion of the past tense in the French language. (01:24) The narrator in the video explains the passe compose (a compound tense).
Suzi Dessel - A Voice From the Black Maria - 12/0513
Suzi Dessel gives her presentation, titled "A Voice From the Black Maria" on December 5, 2013. The talk was sponsored by the Frankel Institute and was held in the Thayer Building.
Episode as a Unit of Analysis of Movement
Everybody who has read his Gordon Cullen or his Edmund H. Bacon knows that movement has long been recognized as a factor in environmental planning in many ways. For example, in the traditional Japanese promenade garden the importance of movement has always been appreciated. The promenader gains an intense experience of the succession, variation and rhythm of the surrounding scene. The spaces and paths lead him from one stage to another. The spatial structure of the Japanese promenade garden, as
STDs #3: Hepatitis B Transforming the Economic Lives of the Ultrapoor [Audio] Golgi Body Student experiences of enterprise education The Washer Women
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Speaker(s): Robin Burgess, Abhijit Banerjee, Dean Karlan and Mushtaque Chowdhury | Robin Burgess, Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and Abhijit Banerjee, Ford Foundation International Professor of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology led a discussion regarding Transforming the Economic Lives of the Ultrapoor. Chaired by Oriana Bandiera (LSE), Burgess and Banerjee were joined by two discussants: Dean Karlan (Yale University) and Mus
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This report outlines data collected from students across a broad range of subject areas across all Faculties of Leeds Met University. This data was generated in response to a questionnaire designed to obtain information on students experiences of enterprise education
This is a traditional Irish folk song performed by Andre Rieu on the violin. The video starts as solo violin then the orchestra joins in and the tempo starts to fly! The video could also be used with younger students while teaching rhythm or an Irish Dance. (2:16)
Transforming the Economic Lives of the Ultrapoor [Audio]
Student experiences of enterprise education
The Washer Women