In depth explanation of the Immune System- Animated
Compares the body to a house or fort in need of military protection. Describes the immune system as soldiers protecting the fort. Shows process and steps and process the body/immune system goes through to protect from the cold virus. Shows the communication between the body and cells to combat illness and may destroy some cells that carry an illness. References how cells can remember a virus to combat it if the body comes into contact with it again.
Rounding a Decimal
Rounding a decimal to the thousandth, hundredth, tenth, and ones place by 6th graders. They did a fantastic job.
AlgTop2: Homeomorphism and the group structure on a circle
This is the first video of the second lecture in this beginner's course on Algebraic Topology. We give the basic definition of homeomorphism between two topological spaces, and explain why the line and circle are not homeomorphic. Then we introduce the group structure on a circle, or in fact a general conic, in a novel way, following Lemmermeyer and as explained by S. Shirali. This gives a gentle intro to the definition of a group. It also uses Pascal's theorem in an interesting way, so we gi
DMC Upside: Speech Class Now Online
The Del Mar College news program, "DMC Upside," is a thirty-minute current affairs show that focuses on news events and activities around the College. Produced by DMC TV, the show features DMC radio/television majors who contribute to story packages. "DMC Upside" airs in Corpus Christi on Cable Channel 19. In this clip, DMC Associate Professor of Speech Mike Jones provides details about the new Speech e-Learning class.
What Happens When Art Provokes American Society - and Why
Michael Kammen, professor of American cultural history in the Department of History at Cornell University, discusses controversial issues raised by 'modern art,' public art, government-funded art, sexually provocative art, and the changing role of museums in American society. For more, visit: www.cmu.edu/cas
Brave New World Audio Book, Part 7 of 12
This science-fiction novel, set in 2540, was published in 1932. Brave New World is a science-fiction classic. This is AUDIO only (there is only one image); there are several voice actors and sound effects. Students can read along with the book. Suitable for eighth grade and up.
Emerging markets and the upturn
Emerging markets can represent tremendous opportunities for firms to emerge from the downturn. Rajesh Chandy, Professor of Marketing and Entrepreneurship talks about how some of the most remarkable innovations are happening in emerging markets
Fall 2010, Latino Immigrants in Europe
Conversations on Europe lecture by José C. Moya, Professor of History and Director, Forum on Migration, Barnard College, Columbia University. Sponsors: CES-EUC, Latina/o Studies Program, LACS.
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Valpo Christmas Concert 2010 Preview
Familiar carols and music of the Christmas season will ring through the Chapel of the Resurrection during the 2010 Valparaiso University Christmas Concert: A Carol Festival, on Dec. 3 and 4. Valpo's choral and instrumental ensembles will give voice to the joy, magic and mystery of the Advent season during the year concert, with approximately 200 student musicians delighting audiences during this festive campus tradition. Call the Valpo Box Office at 219-464-5162 for more information and tickets
How to Avoid the Freshman 15
Jamie Cooper, assistant professor in the Texas Tech University Department of Nutrition, Hospitality and Retailing, recommends some easy alternatives for college students to keep in mind to avoid the dreaded "freshman 15".
Vampires! The Psychology, Science, and Impact of a Literary Monster
PULLMAN, Wash.—Vampires are a hot topic in pop culture as the HBO series "True Blood" and the "Twilight Saga" film series take over every corner of the media. But the influence of vampires has been around for centuries. Anne Stiles, a Washington State University assistant professor of English, has been looking at how vampires reflected Victorian society, and how science and the mythical creatures influenced each other. She said it all comes down to our souls and psychology. Starting in the
The Big Engine part one
Federation Fellow and 2008 Eureka Prize winner, Professor Matthew England, on the latest research into the role oceans play on weather.
Diversity Conversation: Stephen Prothero
Rev. Doug VanDoren discusses "God is not One" with author Stephen Prothero as part of the Bob and Aliecia Woodrick Diversity Lecture Series at Grand Rapids Community College.
Societies in Transition: Technology and Transition in the 21st Century
Professor Rayner talks about society in the 21st century the impacts of science and technology, particularly cyber-technology and the Internet. He also asks how new technology will change society and what it means to be a person.
Why buttons go bad
UCL Interaction Centre: http://www.uclic.ucl.ac.uk/ A film by students at the UCL Interaction Centre (UCLIC) explains the importance of studying how humans interact with technology. UCLIC's Dr Dominic Furniss and Dr Rachel Benedyk challenged students taking the MSc in Human--Computer Interaction (HCI) with Ergonomics to make a short film to convey the concept of HCI to a young audience. The class favourite was this film created by MSc students Lucy Hughes, Alistair Wood, Jesper Garde, Tianbo Xu
Beginner S6 #2 - Impress Others with Your Formal Japanese
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! All your hard work on your resumé and cover letters has paid off: you just landed your first job interview in Japan! But what if you aren’t as good in Japanese in person as you are on paper? What will you do to impress this Japanese employer? You need to [...]
The Grey New World: The Future has Already Been Born and it’s Aging
Dr. Gagnon is a faculty lecturer and Professor Jaeger teaches cross-cultural management and organizational behaviour to undergraduates and MBA students at the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University.
Post Modern Leadership: How to Win in Today’s Workplace
Karl Moore is Associate Director Advanced Leadership Program (ALP), Strategy and Organization, Desautels Faculty of Management, and Associate Professor, Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery, McGill University.
Phil LeNir (Part 1): Talking Management
Karl Moore walks 'n' talks management with Phil LeNir, Executive Director of CoachingOurselves.