The ultimate guide to Google Earth for Teachers and Students When Google Earth launched in 2004 it was one of the web’s original ‘Wow!’ tools that people really stood up and took notice of. Today it is in an i
When Google Earth launched in 2004 it was one of the web’s original ‘Wow!’ tools that people really stood up and took notice of. Today it is in an i
European e-Justice portal
Website of the European Commissions European e-Justice portal which is designed to be an electronic one-stop-shop for access to justice throughout the EU. The site brings together legal information for citizens, businesses and lawyers concerned with cross-border legal questions. There is background information on the court and legal systems of all member states and users have access to databases providing EU and national legislation and case law including EUR-Lex, N-Lex and JURE. Links to
Human Anatomy Dissection - University of Michigan
This lecture series, filmed in the 1970's, shows various dissections of the human body.
Anatomy - Michael Meighan, Berkeley Biology
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A Conversation with Texas Tech's Comic Book Guys
Rob Weiner, a pop culture subject librarian for Texas Tech University Libraries, and Jeremy Short, the Jerry S. Rawls Professor of Management in the Rawls College of Business, discuss their recent books themed on comics. Weiner has penned books including Marvel Graphic Novels and Related Publications: An Annotated Guide to Comics, "Graphic Novels and Comics Libraries and Archives." Short has written two graphic-novel textbooks - "Atlas Black: Managing to Succeed" and its sequel, "Atlas Black:
Comic book history
Comic book author Bentley Boyd uses a vivid medium to snare new students of American history.Author(s):
Combinational Logic & System Tutorial guide
Excellent tutorial guide for EE/CE students with lots of exercises and examples..
Learning Strategies Resource Guide for Elementary Immersion Language Teachers
If you are an elementary immersion teacher who believes that all students can achieve high standards by becoming more effective learners, then this guide is for you. Everything within these pages is premised on the belief that students can become more effective and efficient learners if they are provided the effective learning tools and instructed on how to use them. These tools are learning strategies, that is, the mental processes and actions that students can use to help them complete learnin
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Instructional Guide
This Instructional Guide has been developed to provide instructors using the Environmental Impact Assessment Course Module with an understanding of the design of the Module so that they can customise the its material and assessment to the needs of their learners and location.
Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) Instructional Guide
This instructional guide explains the structure of the Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) course and expected learning outcomes, suggests some course assignments, and suggests some guidance for course participants when carrying out the assignments.
The Literature Review Survival Guide
A guide to the purpose of a literature review and how to go about compiling a literature review. Bookshelves image by quinnanya shared by a CC BY 20
Confrontation in TV - Roger Cook
Roger Cook is an investigative journalist, reporter and broadcaster. In 1971 he created and first presented the Radio 4 programme Checkpoint, which specialised in investigating and exposing criminals and con-men. In 1985 he moved to Central and created The Cook Report. The show is best remembered for Cook’s trademark confrontations with his targets. In this Coventry Conversation you can hear Roger talking about being an investigative journalist. This talk is also available to watch on CUTV.
Experimental Design Tiny Transfer Book
Step by step directions via a screencast showing how to create the foldable and some of the experimental design vocabulary you will need to know and use throughout the year. Procedures, graphs, and more on conclusions will be covered more in depth than this book allows.
3.2 The anatomy of the language system
Human communication is vastly more complex than that of any other species we know about. It is so complex that linguists are only just beginning to identify the processes in the brain that are related to understanding language. This unit looks at how language is understood by taking an interdisciplinary approach.
Author/Illustrator Presentation and Book-sell
College students in a course about children's and adolescent literature prepare a presentation about a specific author or illustrator who has influenced children's or adolescent literature. After sharing a visual and oral report of important information, the presentation concludes with a "book-sel
Poetry Anticipation Guide
This activity allows students to compare and discuss their own views and biases on a topic--in this case poetry, art and communicatiing ideas--with the "text" of a poem.
This Rhode Island Sea Grant informational page presents a descriptive guide to Quahog (a type of hard-shell clam) dissections. The page accompanies students performing a Quahog dissection, using colorful images and highlighted vocabulary terms to illustrate special features. In addition to general anatomy, the reference includes informational sections about feeding & digestion and respiration & circulation. Linked terms direct users to related Sea Grant web pages.
Peer Justice and Youth Empowerment: An Implementation Guide for Teen Court Programs
The American Probation and Parole Association, which administers the National Youth Court Center, developed Peer Justice and Youth Empowerment: An Implementation Guide for Youth Courts to provide program organizers with baseline information on developing, implementing, and enhancing teen court programs within their jurisdictions. Rather than endorsing one particular model of teen court, this manual provides program organizers and potential stakeholders with a general overview of issues to consid
Anatomy of a Murder: A Trip Through Our Nation's Legal Justice System
This is a ThinkQuest that involves the story of a fictional defendant as he faces one of the most serious charges that the legal justice system of the U.S. can levy against an individual. According to the author, the story describes the events of a criminal prosecution as they would acutally unfold and provides a glossary for legal terms.