Exponential Equations with Different Bases
This video explains how to solve exponential equations with different bases on the terms. It demonstrates how to access variables within an exponent in exponential equations with different bases by using logarithms and the power rule of logarithms to get rid of the base and have just the exponent. (4:34)
Spider builds world's biggest web
Read more: http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn21124-zoologger-the-biggest-spider-web-in-the-world.html
Creating a design using positive and negative space.m4v
Use basic art resources and positive and negative space to create a really easy but very striking artwork.
INFO2009 Educational Resources
INFO2009 Educational Resources
Corporate Governance - What do shareholders really value?
Can corporations' relentless focus on maximising shareholder wealth actually harm investors? UNSW's Professor Justin O'Brien talks to UCLA's Professor Lynn Stout about her ideas which challenge traditional views on corporate law and the shareholder. Lynn Stout, the Paul Hastings Distinguished Professor of Corporate and Securities Law at UCLA, has been described as "the closest thing to a rockstar in Corporate Governance". Professor Stout advocates the end of shareholder primacy where public cor
Professor Don Rothwell speaks about the sale of uranium to India
Professor Don Rothwell of The Australian National University's College of Law speaks with Fairfax correspondent Tim Lester about the sale of uranium to India and the possible implications of the treaty of Rarotonga.
Professor Caryl Hill - Researcher profile
Professor Caryl Hill is group leader of the Blood Vessel Group within the Department of Neuroscience at The John Curtin School of Medical Research at The Australian National University. In this video, Caryl talks about her role as a group leader, her interest in physiology and how it relates to her research in vascular function and understand hypertension, one of the major risk factor for cardiovascular disease
Challenges to Maintaining the Human Touch in Educational Leadership
This chapter addresses three challenging questions educational leaders are facing today in our technology-driven environment. As our programs include more and more virtual learning and less and […]
Formal Circuit Methods: Node Method
This module describes how to use a formal circuit method--the node method--to "solve" any circuit. A formal method can be employed when standard simplification rules cannot be used.
The Vision - by Kara Sachs (low rez)
Full moon and New Moon Tutorial
Exactly What Dark Energy Is and How It's Made.
This five minute animation, very simply, with no math equations at all, covers exactly what dark energy is in Oreka Particle Theory and how it is made.
Lecture 17 - 11/1/2010
David Bull (UNICEF UK) and Matthew Lockwood (IDS) discuss Climate Change
As representatives from the world’s governments, international organisations and civil society gather in Durban for 2011’s major climate change conference (COP17), IDS' Nick Perkins interviews David Bull (Executive Director of UNICEF UK) and Matthew Lockwood (IDS Climate Change Team Leader) about the key issues at stake.
We ask what COP17 might achieve, how the current economic climate is impacting on public engagement around climate change, and what might feasibly replace
Alumni Spotlight: Irving Victor
In this edition we will spotlight Irving Victor, a graduate from Armstrong's class of 1941. He has a long list of accomplishments.