This video explains how corresponding angles can apply to either two polygons or parallel lines cut by a transversal. In both cases, corresponding angles are in the same position. If the two polygons are congruent, then the corresponding angles are also congruent. If the two lines are parallel, then the corresponding angles created by the transversal are congruent. (1:25)
Is Sport a Good Thing 1
Producer (requires Internet Explorer) This is the first of two digital learning objects that examine some of the assumptions that are often made about the wider social role and impacts of sport. The first of these discusses the role that sport may or not play in the maintenance of healthy bodies. There is an outline of some of the sceptical views entertained by some members of the medical community and represented here by Chief Medical Officer in Britain. The absence of materi
Ukraine's Yanukovich says not resigning or leaving Ukraine
Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich says he will not resign or leave Ukraine, denounces what is happening in the country as a coup. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international new
Ryan Holiday: "The Obstacle is the Way" | Authors at Google
Ryan Holiday visited Google LA to discuss his book "The Obstacle is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Trials into Triumphs." This talk took place on May 28, 2014.
Planning a Literature Search (PowerPoint)
Planning a Literature Search (PowerPoint)
PE.810 Sailing (MIT)
The purpose of this class is to tell you something about our Tech Dinghy and how to sail it. This OCW site is arranged as a series of skills, explained both with lecture notes and videos. Please do not think of these skill checks as tests, but instead, as measures of your understanding of our sport. We don't expect perfection from our beginners, but only that our members be able to safely handle the boats and themselves on the Charles. For those who wish it, there will be much more that can be l
24 Hours at Clough - Multimedia Studio
We spent 24 hours straight in Georgia Tech's Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons. Yellow Jackets converge for everything from labs to lectures -- or simply for a caffeine boost with friends. This is a look at the stories we captured on March 11, 2014. See the full story at: http://www.news.gatech.edu/features
Beginner - Levantine: Shaami breakfast The traditional Arabic breakfast is almost like a buffet. Usually there are small platters of goodness, and people choose whatever they like to have, or a bit of everything. Today we will teach you the names of some of the most common breakfasts foods.
The traditional Arabic breakfast is almost like a buffet. Usually there are small platters of goodness, and people choose whatever they like to have, or a bit of everything. Today we will teach you the names of some of the most common breakfasts foods.
6.2.3 Measurement of the angular distribution of the 3 K radiation
‘This is the way the world ends / Not with a bang but a whimper.’ (T.S. Eliot) But how about the way the world begins? Was this the biggest bang of all? This unit will introduce you to the theory of the Big Bang and will present the three main lines of experimental evidence that support this theory.
Making an Origami Dinosaur
Take a trip back in time with Origami master Michael LaFosse as he folds an origami dinosaur. Clear directions are given as the dinosaur is folded step-by-step.
The Alphabet Song in Phonics
The alphabet song set to the phonic sound of each letter.
A Brief Introduction to Semiotics
Producer (requires Internet Explorer). This learning object may be viewed or listened to as an introductory piece concerning the role of semiotics in relation to research methods or as a starting point for understanding an approach to analysis usually associated with media/cultural studies that has applications to leisure and sport more generally. It may be useful to consume this learning object alongside the object about the status of visual data in the study of leisure and
IPL: Love Stories of Later Life
Professor Geoff Hall, Faculty of Law, presents his Inaugural Professorial Lecture, “”Bloody Idiots!” Have the drunks behind the when reached the crossroads?” 15 May 2008
This online exhibition features a small selection of material held by Manuscripts and Special Collections at the University of Nottingham relating to sport. It includes photographs of University sports teams and items relating to the wider history of team sports and individual exercise through the centuries.
CSM The Beat: 3rd Annual Turkey Trot
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Biography of Bill Clinton
Born August 19th, 1946 in Arkansas, Bill Clinton excelled as a student early on. An encounter with President John F. Kennedy early in his life convinced him he was destined for a life in politics. Though his presidency was fraught with controversy, he remained popular with the American public. In this video, learn more about the life and accomplishments of Bill Clinton. (6:26)
Leeds Metropolitan University alumna Nicole Evans talks about taking over a business while studying for a Business Management Degree.
Climate Change, Energy and the Way Ahead [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Lord Nicholas Stern | The world must reduce greenhouse-gas emissions by 50 per cent by 2050 with rich country cuts of at least 80 per cent. Power and transport must be essentially de-carbonised. How can the world rise to these challenges? Nicholas Stern is IG Patel Chair in Government and Economics at LSE and director of the Asia Research Centre at LSE.
People Power and the End of the Cold War [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Sir Adam Roberts | Was the end of the Cold War a victory for power politics, or for people power? Twenty years after the opening of the Berlin Wall, debate continues about what factors sealed the fate of the Soviet system in eastern and central Europe, and eventually in the Soviet Union itself. Non-violent popular movements -- especially in Poland, East Germany and Czechoslovakia -- played a significant part in the events. How did they relate to other forms of power, and wh