Rocks, Water but no Life? - Philippe Blondel
Philippe Blondel from the University's Centre for Space, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences takes a planetary journey through the solar system and discusses whether the discovery of water means there must be life on other planets
French and Indian War: An Overview
Beware of political ad that starts video. This is a glorified slide show. It moves very rapidly with little explanation of cause and effect. Touches on some geographical areas and so a map and wordwall are needed. This is a general overview video of 2:40. The ending is very weak and needs more explanation for students.
Hints To Learn Jazz Tunes Faster
This is a narrated PowerPoint presentation that provides step-by-step instructions for learning and practicing jazz tunes on any instrument. There are no pictures, but a written list of hints and suggestions. The instruction is thorough and of high quality, but a little bland on the presentation. (05:16)
The future of brand management
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.
The Sunflower and the rose
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.
Devices and Desires
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.
New Zealand Fur Seal Archived Footage
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)
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In this video clip, learn about the excavation of the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamun. (2:22)
Earthquakes happen all the time, and can be barely noticeable or terribly devastating. What causes them? What can we do to be prepared? This 2:38 video explains what creates earthquakes, areas of the planet that have more quakes, and shows some of the devastation. A brief overview.
By: tcarrasc Cataclysms on the Columbia, the Great Missoula Floods Scott Burns Department of Geology Portland State University One of the greatest set of geological events to ever have occurred in North America was given the name, the Missoula Floods. The floods originated when an ice dam broke in upper Idaho liberating waters impounded in back of it in Montana, scouring out large sections of eastern Washington and the lower Columbia River drainage basin. The talk will focus on the incredible
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