How Will History Remember You? - Movie Clip from The Emperor's Club
In this brief clip from the movie The Emperor's Club, Professor Hundert talks with his class about the great leaders of history and how their legacies lasted through the generations. (02:47)
Themes in this clip include:
History, Legacy, Significance, Ambition, Education, Teaching, Learning, Accomplishment
Episode 137: Smart water: Irrigation systems in an age of high tech Summer Technology Camp Breakingviews: Reeling markets have more than S&P to thank Mississippi River: Post-Flood Flyover Classigying Quadrilaterals SMU student talks with CBS about higher air fares London Sculpture 2011 McColl School Investment Forum at Queens Why Topography? Finding Racial Stereotypes in Popular Culture Getting Organized Arctic Ozone from February 1, 2003 through March 30, 2003 Photography@Google: Moose Peterson, "Captured" 21A.453 Anthropology of the Middle East (MIT) Lemon Shark--An Overview 2008.01.16 - DIY iSync Phone Plugin (Video) Science Sampler: Magic termites—Exploring scientific inquiry Antarctica Today President Faust Visits the JB Petit High School for Girls, in Mumbai, India
Armstrong students show kids that engineering can be fun and rewarding.
Aug. 8 - S&P targeted U.S. debt, but stocks ended up getting clobbered. Breakingviews' Agnes Crane says an economic slowdown combined with fumbling leaders and limited central bank resources is a bad mix.
A slower version of the Mississippi River: Post-Flood Flyover
The instructor demonstrates how to classifying quadrilaterals based on the given information using specific attributes.
SMU Student Body President Austin Prentice talked with Anna Werner of CBS News on October 12, 2011, about the sharp increase in airfares.
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Queens Trustee Alex Porter moderated an enlightening discussion with economists and investment experts who spoke about domestic and global opportunities and current trends in the investment world. Panelists included Joe Bossong, managing partner of ASI Healthcare, an independent research firm assisting institutional money managers with investment in the healthcare industry; Harry Bowen, Ph.D., professor of international business and finance, McColl School of Business; Randy Kincaid, Ph.D., profe
Part of the supporting resources for the School of Earth Sciences dynamic earth module, the -Why Topography?- site discusses two models introduced in the 19th century that are still used to explain topographic variations. These models are the Pratt and Airy models of isostasy. In the Pratt model, high topography (relative to surroundings) is due to lower density whereas in the Airy model, high topography is due to thick crust.
In this lesson students analyze current media and determine if racial stereotyping exists and consider causes of and remedies for racial stereotyping.
The aim of this lesson is to enable students to recognize the importance of organizational skills in achieving study goals. It is the second lesson in the study skills series and is intended to support adult learners who are embarking on a course of study and need to acquire skills which will help them to be successful. The lessons are designed as a package with key skills reinforced in each subsequent lesson so that a study culture is developed over time. They can be delivered sequentially or u
This visualization shows the northern hemisphere ozone hole from February 1, 2003 through March 30, 2003.
Moose stops by the Googleplex to discuss his latest work, his passion for aviation, and his recent conservation trips. Moose's work has direct impact on our world. Captured: Behind the Lens of a Legendary Wildlife Photographer is more than just a photography book-it's a chronicle of more than 30 years'worth of unbelievable moments that only nature can reveal. And Moose Peterson is more than just a wildlife photographer-he's a storyteller in both prose and pictures. If you're looking for the ul
This course examines traditional performances of the Arabic-speaking populations of the Middle East and North Africa. Starting with the history of the ways in which the West has discovered, translated and written about the Orient, we will consider how power and politics play roles in the production of culture, narrative and performance. This approach assumes that performance, verbal art, and oral literature lend themselves to spontaneous adaptation and to oblique expression of ideas and opinions
This short video gives excellent real life, close up footage of a Lemon Shark. This stocky, powerful shark is named for its pale yellow-brown to grey skin, which lacks any distinctive markings. This provides perfect camouflage when swimming over the sandy seafloor in its coastal habitat. It has a flattened head with a short, broad snout, and the second dorsal fin is almost as large as the first. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world con
If you or your staff/faculty have a cell phone model that currently isn't supported on Apple's list of supported iSync devices, you can create your own iSync Phone Plugin for your unsupported cell phone to allow you to sync contacts, and calendars.
The objective of the termite experiment is to walk students through the process of designing and conducting an experiment while allowing them to use inquiry-based methods to infer why, in this lab, termites follow the line of blue Bic or Paper Mate brand ballpoint pens. This experiment also reinforces the concept of observation versus inference and introduces independent and dependent variables. Students not only identify variables, but also identify constants in their experiment.
Take a trip to Earth’s freezer – the coldest, windiest, driest, place on Earth. How long has Antarctica been like it is today? That’s what polar researchers want to find out. Meet ANDRILL, the Antarctic drilling team in this video. (7:32)
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Summer Technology Camp
Breakingviews: Reeling markets have more than S&P to thank
Mississippi River: Post-Flood Flyover
SMU student talks with CBS about higher air fares
2011 McColl School Investment Forum at Queens
Finding Racial Stereotypes in Popular Culture
Arctic Ozone from February 1, 2003 through March 30, 2003
Photography@Google: Moose Peterson, "Captured"
21A.453 Anthropology of the Middle East (MIT)
Lemon Shark--An Overview
2008.01.16 - DIY iSync Phone Plugin (Video)
Science Sampler: Magic termites—Exploring scientific inquiry
President Faust Visits the JB Petit High School for Girls, in Mumbai, India