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Glogster Tutorial for Students
This video gives auditory and visual step by step directions on creating an online All About Me posters on Glogster. The teacher is giving a tutorial to her students for the All About Me project. She does an excellent job of walking through each step. This is a great resource to enhance classroom instruction and to keep students motivated. (9:27)
The Value of Tobacco
Tobacco was the lifeblood of the early Southern colonies, and its profits led directly to the rapid growth of slavery in the new nation. Tobacco is a labor intensive crop which increased the need for African slaves because crop owners found that it was more convenient to have slaves do the hard labor for free rather than pay a white man. This video clip contains commentary from notable personnel. (2:33)
10 Days: Massacre at Mystic
The Massacre at Mystic was the first full scaled slaughtering of Native Americans at the hands of the English in 1637. However, this would not be the last. Go behind the scenes and learn more about the Pequot Indians in this Massacre at Mystic video. (3:06)
Creating People Centred Schools: Section 1. Introducing the module
This introduction provides a rationale for the module, as well as its structure and content. We read how the writers intended the module to be used.
Raft Spider Hunting and Catching Water Boatman
This short video gives excellent real life, close up footage of a Raft Spider hunting and catching a Water Boatman. This large brown and white spider has long, sturdy legs and an oval-shaped abdomen. There are striking pale stripes along the sides of both the carapace and the abdomen. These stripes are due in part to a row of white hairs. Males are similar in appearance to females, although they have smaller abdomens. This is a great resource to help build background knowledg
Raft Spider--An Overview
This short video gives excellent real life, close up footage of a Raft Spider. This large brown and white spider has long, sturdy legs and an oval-shaped abdomen. There are striking pale stripes along the sides of both the carapace and the abdomen. These stripes are due in part to a row of white hairs. Males are similar in appearance to females, although they have smaller abdomens. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connect
Father's Day Gift Idea: Paper Weight
This video provides step-by-step directions for making a paper weight out of a rock. Students are shown how to create a paper weight that "resembles" the recipient.
University of Surrey Learning Skills portal
The University of Surrey Skills Portal is a classified collection of quality materials designed to enable students to develop information literacy, research and study skills. It has been built using Openly licensed resources including several from Leeds Metropolitan University.
21F.802 Portuguese II (MIT)
This course is a continuation of 21F.801. It focuses on expanding communication skills and further development of linguistic competency using a variety of authentic sources, such as the Internet, audio, video, and printed materials, to help develop cultural awareness and linguistic proficiency. This course is conducted entirely in Portuguese.
Robespierre and the Reign of Terror
Robespierre's Reign of Terror reinvigorates the French Revolution but ends in as bloody a fashion as it began. In this video clip, learn more about Robespierre and his frightening Reign of Terror throughout France. (3:40)
Java1468-Plotting Engineering and Scientific Data using Java
R.G. (Dick) Baldwin
Prof. Baldwin shows you how write a generalized plotting program that can be used to plot engineering and scientific data produced by any object that implements a very simple interface.
Margaret Dalziel Lecture 2009: Jam Tarts for the Mind
Professor Lydia Wevers, Director, Stout Research Centre for NZ Studies, Victoria University, presents the 2009 Margaret Dalziel lecture, given September 17, 2009. "Jam Tarts for the Mind," an exploration of the webs of intersection between nineteenth-century New Zealand rural readers and popular fiction a hundred years ago.
Michael King Memorial Lecture - 2009
Professor Tom Brooking, Department of History and Art History. Michael King Memorial Lecture, given October 14, 2009. Tall Tales: Richard John Seddon and the Building of "God's Own Country".
Authors@Google: Rebecca MacKinnon
Author Rebecca MacKinnon comes to the Googleplex to talk about her new book "Consent of the Networked," which explores how technology should be structured and governed to support the rights and liberties of the world's Internet users.
A Conversation with Outlier Malcolm Gladwell
While millions of people have read Malcolm Gladwell's books, his ideas have had particular resonance with today's business leaders. Wharton management professor Peter Cappelli and Gladwell were just named to HR Magazine's Top 20 Most Influential International Thinkers of 2011.Cappelli spoke with Gladwell by phone about why Gladwell is an "academic groupie," the inconvenient truths that can spring from scholarly research, and how important decisions -- like going to war or dealing with today's ec
IBM's Sam Palmisano: 'Always Put the Enterprise Ahead of the Individual'
As far as a legacy goes, says IBM chairman Sam Palmisano, "I just want to leave the company better than I found it." Judging by IBM's successes over the past decade, Palmisano, who was CEO of IBM until he stepped down earlier this month, did just that. During an interview with Wharton management professor Michael Useem, Palmisano discussed the sale of the company's personal computer business, the PricewaterhouseCoopers acquisition, how a big company can encourage innovation, and what he learned
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MD Anderson Regional Care Center in Katy Tour
By: mdanderson http://bit.ly/oF7gti Join Monica Cerda-Juarez, clinical nurse, as she takes you on a tour of the MD Anderson Regional Care Center in Katy.
New Drug Targets Lymphoma, Cuts Side Effects
By: mdanderson MD Anderson's Dr. Michael Rytting and ALCL survivor Logan Emmons discuss impact of brentuximab vedotin.