The arm - engineers armed for medical rehabilitation - Garth Johnson
Professor Garth Johnson will describe how biomechanical engineering is improving joint replacement treatment for older people, in this annual lecture organised by the Bath Institute of Medical Engineering.
3 R' s - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle - Pollution
This cartoon teaches younger students about the three R's in helping with pollution. (02:47)
Inspect Ellis Island's Hospital Complex
Ellis Island housed a modern hospital where sick immigrants were treated, some even stayed for several years. In this video clip, learn what the experience was like, especially for those who'd never had access to doctors back home. (3:24)
The Water Cycle Video
This cartoon uses simple illustrations and examples to teach about the water cycle. (06:21)
Introduction to Circulatory System
This short video gives basic facts about the Circulatory System. Key vocabulary words include heart, oxygen, blood, carbon dioxide, arteries, veins, atrium, and lungs. This is a good resource to help build background knowledge and would, work well as an introductory lesson to the human body. (5:33)
Verkeerstekens voor fietsers - Octopus Verkeersland Een toets bij les 7 van de methode Octopus verkeersplan van de derde graad over de verkeerstekens voor fietsers.
Een toets bij les 7 van de methode Octopus verkeersplan van de derde graad over de verkeerstekens voor fietsers.
The Cost of War
As a nurse in Vietnam Diane Evans witnessed the military and civilian loss of life In this video clip, learn what Evans’ thinks of the war of Vietnam and how the cost was the loss of youth. (2:51)
DC Environmental Film Festival 2012: Natural Resources/Unnatural Results (Part 2)
Learn more: http://pulitzercenter.org/global-goods-local-costs Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting presented five short films examining the impact of natural resources extraction on the environment, indigenous populations, public health and corporate responsibility. Discussion followed screenings, with filmmakers Stephen Sapienza and Nadja Drost, Amol Mehra, Coordinator of the International Corporate Accountability Roundtable, and Daniel Baer, Deputy Assistant Secretary, US State Department B
Center Student Grants - Design Thinking - Indhira Rojas (1)
Design Thinking: Recycling Practices for the Dominican Republic part 1 of 3 Indhira Rojas MFA Design In the Dominican Republic recycling is not a common practice. Design Thinking: Recycling Practices for the Dominican Republic is a workshop focusing on the investigation of behaviors and attitudes towards disposable materials (trash/garbage), from awareness to implementations of recycling practices in the home and community. By taking a human centered design approach, using the methodologies of
Radio Caroline - A Pirate's Tale (4)
6:67 Pirate Radio Ships are allowed by the government. From the BBC 2 Arena programme. Part 4 of 8 Radio Caroline the sign of the nation.
Article :: Touring the Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Interface
To make it easier to configure the user interface, Premiere Pro offers workspaces. Workspaces quickly configure the various panels and tools on-screen in ways that are helpful for particular activities, such as editing, special effects work, or audio mixing. This excerpt walks you through the workspace layout, customizing your workspace, and setting up preferences.
A Simple Fiber-Optic Communications System
In this video from the ICT Center, learn how rise-time analysis is performed to determine the maximum data rate of a fiber optic communications system. Animations and diagrams show how a transmitter, fiber, and receiver work together to transfer information and how component rise times and fiber dispersion contribute to total rise time. (5:30)
The Comic Book Project
In this video, Meet Me at the Corner, Virtual Field Trips for Kids, takes you to New York City. Students learn about "The Comic Book Project" in an interview with Michel Bitz, founder of the Comic Book Project at Columbia University. Children learn about the history of comics and how to create their own comic book hero. There are also Links to fun websites, questions, and Extended Activities. (04:42)
Probability: Finding What Percent an Event Has of Occurring
The instructor in this video, Sal Khan, discusses how to find the probability that an event will occur. He uses an electronic chalkboard to demonstrate several examples using a step by step approach.
Mads Torgersen and Kim Bruce - Grace Programming Language At Lang.NEXT 2012 several conversations took place in the "social room" and we captured some of them for C9.
Here, computer scientist and C# PM Mads Torgersen discusses the Grace programming language with legendary computer scientist and educator Author(s):
At Lang.NEXT 2012 several conversations took place in the "social room" and we captured some of them for C9.
Student Intro Video: The Digital Footprint
This two minute video is an animated introduction that asks students to think about how whatever you do or say online is permanent and can be found by other people. It is recommended as an introduction to videos on online privacy.
David Gergen on the importance of civic education
David Gergen echoed Sandra Day O'Connor's thoughts about the importance civic education during the Elon Law and Leadership Conference's evening banquet. Gergen gave the address during the conference's banquet dinner of April 13, 2012.
This video segment from IdahoPTV's D4K shows bears' adaptations for eating. These include prehensile lips, and claws. It explains that they have to eat a lot before their winter hibernation. (1:11)
Rome: Engineering an Empire - Caracalla
The Baths of Caracalla was the most luxurious day spa of Roman times. In this video clip, learn more about the designs of the baths and the way the Romans used them. (1:40)