How to Dress for a Job Interview
This 7:25 video provides insights on how to dress for an interview and why. Many examples are provided for both male and female applicants.
Endometrial Cancer Risks and Treatments
This is an interactive and self-directed learning module intended to build a foundation of knowledge around the epidemiology and late effects of cancer survival. Themes emphasized in this module are: epidemiology of survival; late effects; psychosocial concerns; secondary prevention; and strategies for behavior change.
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Torture, Human Rights and Terrorism
A panel discussion sponsored by the University of California, Berkeley's Center of Latin American Studies in conjunction with the center's exhibit of Abu Ghraib paintings by famed Colombian artist Fernando Botero. Panelists include: - Aryeh Neier, president of George Soros' Open Society Institute, adjunct professor of law at New York University, and founder of Human Rights Watch. - Jose Zalaquett, president of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, law professor and co-director of the Hu
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Learn with Pictures and Video S3 #4 - Top 20 Mexican Spanish Verbs 2
Learn Mexican Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! You are on your way to Mexico and are so excited to use your new Mexican Spanish language skills. You have learned a lot of vocabulary, and you are learning more Mexican Spanish every step of the way. Waiting to get there is more nerve-racking than wanting to speak [...]
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381 GG Prepositions
The fascinating history of English prepositions (yes, really). If you are trying to learn about prepositions, try Grammar Girl's new iPad game called Grammar Pop. You match words with their part of speech, including prepositions. You can also find Grammar Girl's books at http://j.mp/allGGbooks
Active Learning For The College Classroom
This site summarizes the current methodology in active and collaborative learning in the classroom. Written for faculty members in all disciplines, it begins with basic definitions and then provides twenty-nine techniques for active learning in a classroom setting.
Engineering An Empire: Battle of Marathon (4:06)
Watch this clip of A&E's Decisive Battles and learn about the deadly
Battle of Marathon. The battle took place in September 490 BC and was a fight between the Persians and the Greeks over ownership of the Persian Empire. Using excellent animation and graphics make this complicated video easier for students to understand as well as the origin of the Olympic marathon event and why.
Christmas Church Parade (1914) | BFI National Archive
Christmas Church Parade (1914) | BFI National Archive. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/subscribetotheBFI. Watch more films from 1914 on the BFI Player: http://bit.ly/1pffvkP Filmed just a few months into WWI, this newsreel shows recruits of Kitchener's New Army rather haphazardly 'falling in' to formation for a parade. These recruits aren't professional soldiers but ordinary working men with little or no military training. Predicting a drawn-out war, Kitchener famously launched a patriotic recruitmen
Charles I and Civil War in England
This video depicts the rise of Absolutism in England. It also describes the conflict that took place between the kings supporters and the supporters of parliament (English Civil War).
Biography of Barack Obama
This eight minute video biography uses interviews and video clips of the President of the United States and his background and achievements.
This 2:43 video uses good maps and images to help students understand how Rome expanded its trade routes and the benefits it brought to the people. Good narration and insights.
Baboons in Their Natural Habitat
This 2:37 video does not have narration. It shows baboons at work and play and provides some insights into how they work as a group.
Article :: Discovering Creative Suite 5.5: Key New Features for Video Editors
Adobe Creative Suite CS5.5 is not a major release, but it still packs a lot of punch, especially for video editors. Maxim Jago, author of Video Production with Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 and After Effects CS5.5: Learn by Video, picks out the key features that mean the most for editors switching from CS5 to CS5.5, highlighting those that reduce the brain strain.