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6.033: Lecture 24 recorded 5/9/2012
Held by the Auburn University student body for the first time on March 20, 2012, Thank A-You Day kicked off Auburn's annual Student Giving Campaign. The Haley Center Concourse event helped students better understand how private charitable giving by our alumni and friends benefits Auburn and provides opportunities for students. More than 1,300 students said "thanks" to our many generous donors by signing our thank-you card and recording video testimonials. Many students began their own legacy of
Case Scenarios In Pediatric Practices
Pictures are very important complimentary teaching materials. They provide vivid visual impressions to aid clinical students in making diagnosis. This clinical materials were captured during clinical sessions on ward rounds and specialist consultations. The case scenarios developed around the pictures are intended to achieve the following objectives.
Blood Glucose Monitoring
This pharmacological resource demonstrates the procedure in quatitative measuring of glucose level in the blood. The OneTouch Horizpon Test Strip with the OneTouch Horizon Blood Glusose meter will be used for this purpose. These test strips are for in vtiro diagnostic use, that is, testing outside the body. The video demonstration covers the procedure form preparation to observing for results with accompanying audio to explain each step.
Estimation of Haemoglobin Concentration
In this programme, the estimation of haemoglobin concentration is demonstrated in a video lesson. It describes the procedure in using the haemometer, a kit for determining haemoglobin and other laboratory tools in preparing a standard dilution. Understanding the test procedure is critical to the interpretation of the test results.
A documentary about the mad cow disease.
Documentary film about the Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) and the cause of this disease. The video presents the case of a young woman who died due to this disease.
Modern Marvels: Grand Coulee Dam
In this Modern Marvels Travelogues video, brought to you by the History Channel, learn about the development of the Grand Coulee Dam. It helped regulate the flow of the Columbia River in addition to providing electricity to many homes. (2:41)
With thousands of varieties and countless ways to prepare it, coffee has been a morning drink of choice and a popular pick-me-up for hundreds of years. In this video clip, get a taste of the coffee capital of America: Seattle, Washington. (4:29)
SENSEable Cities Assaf Biderman, co-director of the MIT SENSEabe City Laboratory.
Assaf Biderman, co-director of the MIT SENSEabe City Laboratory.
2012 Ginder Lecture - James Rogers
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, William M. and Katherine B. Ginder Lecture, April 12, 2012: James E. Rogers, Founder and Owner Intermountain West Communications Company
Paul Dooley on West Virginia
In this States video on West Virginia, actor Paul Dooley reflects on his childhood by the Ohio River. Watch as he talks about another famous West Virginian, Don Knotts, his love of the river and even the Hatfield's and the McCoy's. (2:08)
Meet Curiosity, a Mars Rover (Interactive)
In this interactive activity adapted from NASA, explore the onboard equipment and technologies that will help Curiosity, the latest Mars rover, meet its primary mission goal: to search for evidence of life. To achieve this, Curiosity will employ high-resolution stereoscopic cameras, spectrometers, chromatographs, environmental monitoring sensors, communications antennas, and a radiation detector, all of which you can explore in this activity.
The Electric Comopany Presents Punctuation Marks
Watch a cool time lapse drawing of end punctuation marks! The period turns into an exclamation point and then into a question mark. This short video is a great resource to introduce ending marks in the elementary classroom. (0:19)
Z for Zachariah
University of Cambridge Science Festival 2012
A snapshot of the Cambridge Science Festival 2012, which welcomed 35,000 people of all ages to 200 mostly free events from the 12 - 25 March. The Cambridge Science Festival is the largest free science festival in the UK, celebrating subjects from astronomy to zoology. Find out more at www.cam.ac.uk/sciencefestival
Pareto Principle (Student Film Trailer)
First screened in CSUN's 2012 Cinema and Television Arts Senior Film Showcase, the student film will appear in the 2012 Cannes Film Festival!
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