Seminar on Information Policy
This seminar provides students an opportunity to do in-depth research into an information policy topic of their interest. Students will gain an understanding of current United States Government Policy in areas involved with information and information technology. Policies are forming and changing daily. In order to keep up with these changes the class includes guest lecturers who are studying or actually creating policies in the information area. The first part of the course consists of the stud
Diego Velázquez - San Antonio Abad y San Pablo Ermitaño
Descripción por Arte Historia.
Esta es una de las pocas obras religiosas que realizó Velázquez a lo
largo de su carrera. Su destino sería una de las numerosas ermitas que había en el Jardín del Buen Retiro, probablemente la de San Pablo, por lo que se suele fechar hacia 1633.Cuenta la historia de la visita de San Antonio Abad a San Pablo, el primer ermitaño. (2:17)
Science Bulletins: Full Gene Set Decoded for Three More People
In June 2000, scientists triumphantly announced they had deciphered the full human genome—the 3.2 billion units of DNA that make up the blueprint for human life. This sequence was a composite of smaller segments of DNA from many individuals, arranged to make one complete strand. Sequencing this genome cost billions of dollars and took more than a decade using the laboratory tools and techniques developed at the time. Since then, faster and cheaper sequencing techniques have been developed. Now
Science Bulletins: Immune "Army" Can Fight HIV
Some people who contract the HIV virus stay healthy for decades. Scientists working towards HIV vaccines seek out these rare patients, who are called elite controllers. A recent study by researchers at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, part of the National Institutes of Health, reveals one of the mechanisms behind their uncommon ability to ward off AIDS.
Science Bulletins: New Stem Cell Method Shows Promise
The University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers who turned ordinary skin cells into stem cells in 2007 have cleared a major safety concern of using those cells in research: their risk of cancer. Their previous process used a virus to insert several genes into the DNA of skin cells. The genetic code of these genes naturally reprograms cells to revert to their original stem cell state. There was just one problem—the new stem cells were cancer-prone. The team's new method uses a different vehicl
C-Suite Conversation Featuring Gail Letts
Gail Letts, President/CEO, Central Virginia Region at SunTrust speaks with Associate Dean Richard Coughlan about her professional experience.
Butterfly Attacks Spider! Slow Motion Action
This may be the first time this type of aggressive butterfly behavior has ever been recorded... While in the process of selecting sites to lay her eggs on a nearby Passionvine plant, this female Gulf Fritillary (Agraulis vanillae incarnata) took a particular interest in the spider webs nearby. After hovering in one spot for a bit, she moved in close and started clawing away at the webs, apparently to get at or drive away the small "Daddy Longlegs" spider (Pholcus phalangioides) which was lu
Pleiades - Venus Conjunction Time-Lapse Star Trails
Enjoy this compilation of several interesting views filmed during the recent Pleiades - Venus Conjunction as seen from Santa Clarita, California. Students will enjoy the real life footage of these beautiful images. What a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between Earth and the classroom. (03:42)
Real Angry Birds! Slow Motion Allen's Hummingbirds--Fights and Bites
These aren't your average sweet little birdies! Both male and female hummingbirds of some species are quite aggressive, territorial, and vigorously defend their food sources against intruders. While those long, sharp bills may look like formidable stabbing weapons, the birds' head, neck and body weight just don't pack enough strength or mass to do much damage, so fights typically involve only mild biting and poking with the bill, and grabbing with the feet as well - not even with enoug
MIT 2012 Commencement Address
Salman Khan gives commencement address at MIT (2012). (18:41)
Jason Zander Unplugged | TechEd Europe 2012 A different kind of session, driven by attendees, built in real time. Visual Studio VP Jason Zander "hosts" the session. Unplugged sessions are a very nice approach to interactive learning. Tune in.
A different kind of session, driven by attendees, built in real time. Visual Studio VP Jason Zander "hosts" the session. Unplugged sessions are a very nice approach to interactive learning. Tune in.
Windows Azure Web Sites | Learn Windows Azure at TechEd Europe Windows Azure Web Sites is a simple and powerful hosting platform that allows developers to easily build and rapidly deploy web applications on Windows Azure using their favorite languages, frameworks, and tools. . In this session you will learn how to use this new technology to build, deploy, and run everything from classic ASP sites to modern ASP.NET MVC 4 web applications using both new and familiar tools including Visual Studio 2010, Visual Studio 2012, and WebMatrix. This ses
Windows Azure Web Sites is a simple and powerful hosting platform that allows developers to easily build and rapidly deploy web applications on Windows Azure using their favorite languages, frameworks, and tools. . In this session you will learn how to use this new technology to build, deploy, and run everything from classic ASP sites to modern ASP.NET MVC 4 web applications using both new and familiar tools including Visual Studio 2010, Visual Studio 2012, and WebMatrix.
Harry Belafonte: King 'Had a Tic'
"The inability to reason with death caused more anxiety than he realized." In this video clip, Harry Belafonte relates these words of Martin Luther King, as well as his experience with the great reformer. (2:36)
Partial (80%+) Solar Eclipse Timelapse May 20 2012
While not a full or even annular eclipse here in Santa Clarita, California, there were still some interesting views to be seen. What a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between Earth and the classroom. (03:18)
Aliens in my Orchids - Timelapse Strange Earth Lifeforms
Sometimes, we can find the strangest forms of life right here on Earth, without any Sci-Fi extra-terrestrial magic! While making these time-lapsed image sequences of Phalenopsis Orchids (also called "Moth" Orchids), I was surprised to see what looked like a little face staring out at me from inside the blossom as it opened! It was an odd-shaped, almost bird-like face with two large alien-looking eyes. Students will enjoy these beautiful, real life images. This is a great resource to help build b
Profiles In Courage 2011
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Attitude in het labo : Rollenspel Deze bijdrage leert leerlingen (studenten) een standpunt innemen tegenover situaties die zich kunnen voordoen tijdens labo-werk. Het eigenlijke doel van dit stellingenspel is dat de leerling gepast ageert in een situatie en de …
Deze bijdrage leert leerlingen (studenten) een standpunt innemen tegenover situaties die zich kunnen voordoen tijdens labo-werk. Het eigenlijke doel van dit stellingenspel is dat de leerling gepast ageert in een situatie en de …
Getting It Right! (2)
A series of 21 video films the aim of which is for Swedish students of EFL to get a hold of the basics of English grammar.
Children's Musical - Mexican Hat Dance on
This is a short children's version of The Mexican Hat Dance. It features a song about the dance and how to do it with dancers dancing the traditional dance. This is a fun way for kids to learn more about Mexican culture. (01:33)
Catholic Mass - 7/15/2012 (Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time)
Duke Catholic Center Fr. Michael Martin, OFM, celebrant http://catholic.duke.edu Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, 9pm Service begins @ 9:41 Homily begins @ 25:46 Scripture: First Reading: Amos 7:12-15 Psalm 85:9-10,11-12,13-14 Second Reading: Ephesians 1:3-14 Gospel: Mark 6:7-13 Hymns (from the the Gather hymnal, ©1994): Processional Hymn: You Are the Voice (549) Offertory Hymn: Here I Am, Lord (686) Communion Hymn: I Am the Bread of Life (828) Recessional Hymn: God Has Chosen Me (682) M