The First World War as Fuel for the Second War
In this video clip, learn how the First World War and the Armistice agreement signed after, were to be the fuel for the second world war. (7:22)
Discrete Random Variables: Geometric (optional)
Susan Dean, Barbara Illowsky, Ph.D.
This module describes the geometric experiment and the geometric probability distribution. This module is included in the Collaborative Statistics textbook/collection as an optional lesson.
Inventories, Buffer Stocks, and Excess Capacity: Fractal Analysis of Antipersistence, Entrepreneuria Writers Series: Amina Gautier Chapter 12 - The Jungle by Upton Sinclair 230 GG When to Use Female Nouns Authors at Google Presents Rich Horwath: Strategy for You Chapter 31 - Babbitt by Sinclair Lewis Energy Conservation Google Docs and Cloud Computuing Garlic アピアランスパネル 背面描画モードと内側描画モード シンボルの操作 Literary Festival 2012: A Moment of Mishearing [Audio] Resource #8877 The future of brand management The Sunflower and the rose Devices and Desires New Zealand Fur Seal Archived Footage
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Amina Gautier is the winner of the Flannery O'Connor Award for her short story collection At-Risk (University of Georgia Press). More than 65 of Gautier's stories have been published, appearing in Best African American Fiction, Iowa Review, Kenyon Review, North American Review, and Southern Review among other places. Her work has been honored with scholarships and fellowships from Breadloaf Writer's Conference, Ucross Residency, and Sewanee Writer's Conference and has been awarded the William Ri
Chapter 12. Classic Literature VideoBook with synchronized text, interactive transcript, and closed captions in multiple languages. Audio courtesy of Librivox. Read by Tom Weiss.
Is it ever OK to use female nouns like "actress," "comedienne," and "stewardess"? Find out when to use female nouns without being offensive. The Grammar Girl print book is now available on Amazon.com! http://tinyurl.com/2pkej7
Most people have spent their lives randomly bouncing around like bumper cars, never arriving at the life they want. If fact, new research shows that only 15 percent of adults have a plan for their life. But what if there was a way, a proven way, to experience more of what life has to offer? In Strategy for You world-renowned strategist Rich Horwath provides a proven plan for building the bridge to an exceptional life. Based on Horwath's ground-breaking work in the field of strategic thinking,
Chapter 31. Classic Literature VideoBook with synchronized text, interactive transcript, and closed captions in multiple languages. Audio courtesy of Librivox. Read by Mike Vendetti.
Students in a Clemson University English 314, Technical Writing class produced this video for University Housing. The idea was to share information on energy conservation that was informative, instructional, and entertaining. This stop-action style video was produced in such a way that the viewer will want to see this one again and again! See the credits at the end of the video for acknowledgements.
Eric Mullen presents to Educational Support Professionals about utilizing these tools for sharing data and making presentations, including a very quick Prezi tutorial.
Garlic is often called "the stinking rose." That's because it contains molecules composed of the same atoms that lurk in burnt matches and rotten eggs. This video explains the many uses of garlic and what chemicals are present. Some key words include: atom, electron, enzyme, sulfur, chemical reations, compounds, electron clouds, energy, and reactant. (7:00)
Speaker(s): Amit Chaudhuri, Ian Jack | Editor's note: The podcast is the conversation only, it does not include the music performance. A conversation between award-winning Indian wrtier and musician Amit Chaudhuri and former Granta and Independent on Sunday editor Ian Jack, will be followed by a performance by the five-piece Amit Chaudhuri Band. Amit Chaudhuri's first CD ‘This Is Not Fusion’ (Times Music) was released in Britain on the award-winning independent jazz label Babel, and received
Professor Michael Beverland, head of the marketing group at the University of Bath School of Management examines how the marketers behind some of the world¿s most enduring brands are responding to a new environment.
Beloved by artists as well as gardeners, flowers are everywhere in art. But are they just flowers or do they carry hidden meanings? Is there a deeper significance - spiritual, cultural or aesthetic - than we realise? Put on your deerstalker and prepare to exercise your little grey cells as we tour a virtual art gallery looking for the clues that artists have left for us between the petals of the rose and the sunflower, two of summer's most beautiful flowers.
Organic devices are revolutionising lighting and solar cells, Professor Alison Walker will describe how this change will impact our lives. Light emission from organic materials is not very common in everyday life. However, some living creatures, such as fireflies and many sea creatures, emit light with amazingly high efficiencies.
This short video gives excellent real life, archived footage of New Zealand Fur Seals. Students will enjoy the black and white footage of these amazing animals. The New Zealand fur seal has been recorded diving deeper and for longer than any other species of fur seal. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (0:55)
Writers Series: Amina Gautier
Chapter 12 - The Jungle by Upton Sinclair
230 GG When to Use Female Nouns
Authors at Google Presents Rich Horwath: Strategy for You
Chapter 31 - Babbitt by Sinclair Lewis
Google Docs and Cloud Computuing
Literary Festival 2012: A Moment of Mishearing [Audio]
The future of brand management
The Sunflower and the rose
Devices and Desires
New Zealand Fur Seal Archived Footage