Ole Miss 2010 - Year in Photos
The University of Mississippi wishes you a successful and happy 2011. Watch some of the highlights of the past year at Ole Miss in this slideshow featuring a review of 2010 through pictures by photographers Robert Jordan, Kevin Bain and Nathan Latil, all with University Brand Photography.
Forgotten creatures: A survey of microorganisms
Microorganisms are often overlooked in the study of biology because they are not visible to the human eye. In fact, there is a great diversity of microorganisms. Microorganisms include bacteria, protozoa, algae, lichens, and fungi.
What is Reflexology?
What is Reflexology? Reflexology works by restoring balance in the body's longitudinal zones. Discover what reflexology is with information from a licensed massage therapist in this video.
Dora the Explorer Sings Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
Very cute rendition of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star featuring Dora the Explorer (1:05).
Step inside the making of the Harley-Davidson and its powerful engine. <br><br>Ultimate Factories: Harley Davidson: <br>THURS JULY 5 8P et/pt<br>http://channel.nationalgeogr...
How It's Made - Astrolabe clip
Part of the Discovery Channel: How It's Made series, this video clip shows how an astrolabe is made and assembled. It also explains how an astrolabe is used. (3:44)
Northeastern Men's Basketball Press Conference • vs. Hofstra • Jan. 8, 2011
Northeastern head men's basketball coach Bill Coen and senior guard Chaisson Allen address the media after facing Hofstra on Jan. 8, 2011, at Matthews Arena in Boston.
Why Does Water Rise?
This short video shows an experiment where water is drawn up into a container as the oxygen is burned off. The water rises because they're heating up the air inside the beaker. As the heat went out, the air pressure start pushing the water up. the beaker exploded because it had so much force, that it bounced on the table. Run time 03:59.
Student experiences of enterprise education
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
How Do Bees Turn Pollen Into Honey?
Bees use the parts of their mouths to make nectar a little bit at a time, layering it on the walls of their hive. This video can be used in science class and also as a lesson on working together and delayed gratification. A handout of hives would be a help. Run time 02:05.
How To Read Faster And Better
A slow loader. Basic tips on how to read faster and improve retention of material. A six minute video. A good video that goes over what is required to improve reading speed with examples that are easy for students to understand.
Silverlight TV 59: What Goes Into Baking Silverlight? Ever wonder what goes into making Silverlight? This week on Silverlight TV, we go behind the scenes with some folks who are responsible for testing and getting the Silverlight bits out to the public. Andy Rivas, Program Manager on Silverlight, shares what he does and how the bits get "baked" and into your hands. He also discusses the various ways you can provide feedback (bugs, requests, questions, etc). Other topics Andy discusses include:
Ever wonder what goes into making Silverlight? This week on Silverlight TV, we go behind the scenes with some folks who are responsible for testing and getting the Silverlight bits out to the public. Andy Rivas, Program Manager on Silverlight, shares what he does and how the bits get "baked" and into your hands. He also discusses the various ways you can provide feedback (bugs, requests, questions, etc). Other topics Andy discusses include:
Part 3-Pyramid Power Team Kids VS Junk Food Bandits-Eating Healthy Foods
In part 3 of this video, Chef Solus continues to coach the Pyramid Power Kids to play basketball against the Junk Food Bandits. This video emphasizes how you can start out strong with junk food but then end up getting really tired and have no energy. This happens with one of the commentators as he junks food throughout game. This is a fun and quick way to incorporate health education into a busy classroom (2:12).
Learn about April Fools Day
short video tells the history of the day that has become known for practical jokes and how it came to be.
CUAHSI Cyberseminar: Laurent Longuevergne, Clark Wilson & Bridget Scanlon University of Texas at Aus
Advances in Ground-based Gravity for Hydrologic Studies
Saatchi & Saatchi's Kevin Roberts: 'It's All about Getting to the Future First'
Kevin Roberts has been CEO Worldwide of Saatchi & Saatchi since 1997, and in the space of 11 years has cemented the ad agency's reputation as one of the most successful and creative companies in the industry. Roberts is perhaps most well known for an idea he came up with called "lovemarks" -- which means creating a brand for which the consumer has "loyalty beyond reason." During a visit to campus last week, he talked with Knowledge@Wharton about lovemarks and other initiatives. In addition, as p
Pre ERII postboxes in Norfolk and Suffolk
Postboxes of all types which are pre Elizabeth Second (1953)