Tornado Documentary Part 4/4
Learn about Tornadoes! How do they form? Where to they affect? What can you do to prepare?
Hickory Dickory Dock
Here is video illustrating the nursery rhyme hickory dickory dock. Its quite funny and I believe children would love it. They sing alone as well.
Lecture 19 - 12/2/2010
Lecture 19 - 12/2/2010
Mr. Ford's A & P "Hair" Lesson
College and High School A & P teacher "Mr. Ford" describes the composition and source of hair, including a look at hair follicles and their parts. Video has multimedia opening, then simple but colorful lecture.
Marco the Pencil Teaches about Atoms
This computer animated video is great for children to learn science facts about protons and neutrons. Marco the Pencil helps Kevin study for his science test. (This is a sample clip from the DVD). Run time 02:46.
President Jackson: Cherokees, Tariffs and Nullification
A brief look at Andrew Jackson and the Indian Removal Act of 1830 is the subject of this three minute video. It tells the way the Act was fought by the tribe and they were backed by the Supreme Court. Jackson ignored this and thousands of Native Americans died in the Trail of Tears episode. The Nullification Act is also explained as the South starts to fight the Constitution and start steps resulting in the Civil War at a later date.
065 - BELLUM HELVETICUM - LOWE BUTLER WALKER
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Learning to Read Color Words
Preschool and Kindergarten activity. This short movie helps teach colors in a fun way. Each color is written in white on the screen. Children are encouraged to read and say the word before the instructor says the answer and the letters turn into the correct color. Run time 04:28.
Black History: The Life of Rosa Parks
This video gives a very detailed account of the life of civil rights activist Rosa Parks. This video is narrated by teenagers and it uses pictures and clips for a visual aid to the events being discussed. This video discusses the murder of Emmit Till and how it impacted the life of Rosa. It also tells of the racial segregation Mrs. Parks encountered growing up within this era. Jim Crow Laws as well as CORE, Congress of Racial Equality, are also explained within this video.
Nitrogen is the most abundant element in Earth. Details different characteristics of nitrogen. Run time 04:20.
No sign of results in Haiti
Haitians are left waiting and wondering what will happen after elections still have produced no results. Deborah Lutterbeck reports
85: Welcome, ‘Stateholder’
In light of the amount of government capital injected into the so-called "private economy" since mid-2008, INSEAD Professor Ludo Van der Heyden hails the emergence of the new 'stateholder'.
How to Succeed in Law School Final Exams
9th Annual National Latina/o Law Student Association Conference: How to Succeed in Law School Final Exams
Building Bridges with Latin American LLMs
9th Annual National Latina/o Law Student Association Conference: Building Bridges with Latin American LLMs
Transparency in the Obama Administration - A First-Year Assessment - Welcome and Introduction / Keyn
Daniel J. Metcalfe, Executive Director, Collaboration on Government Secrecy, Washington College of Law Robynn K. Sturm, Assistant Deputy Chief Technology Officer and Deputy Director, White House Open Government Initiative
Transparency in the Obama Administration - A First-Year Assessment - Panel One: Freedom of Informati
Lucy A. Dalglish, Executive Director, Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press; Thomas J. Fitton, President, Judicial Watch; Richard L. Huff, Director, American Society of Access Professionals, and former Director, Office of Information and Privacy, Department of Justice; David Sobel, Senior Counsel and Director, FOIA Litigation for Accountable Government Project, Electronic Frontier Foundation; and Thomas M. Susman, Director of Governmental Affairs, American Bar Association (moderator)
Lecture 28 - 11/29/2010
Combing the Evidence for Support of Lab-based Screening Tests: An Update From the US Preventive Serv
The use of evidence-based guidelines is gaining renewed interest as an approach toward the rational use of health care dollars in Europe and the US. This lecture will focus on how the US Preventive Services Task force, a national independent body of primary experts sponsored by the Agency for Healthcare Quality and Research, uses evidence-based approaches in making its recommendations regarding screening tests for the US population. We will focus on the recent controversies around recommendation
"Moonset on Sunrise Mountain: Narrative, Politics, and the Accession of Kulottunga I Cola"
A talk by Whitney Cox, Lecturer in Sanskrit, School of Oriental and African Studies.