Finding the Theme
How do you identify the theme, idea about life, in a work of literature? In this video, a teacher models the process using "Romeo and Juliet" as an example. This video would be helpful for students who are beginning to identify implied rather than stated themes.
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Seaweed hidden wedged in a rock crevice
Seaweeds are vulnerable to desiccation when exposed during low tide. They attach themselves in crevices to trap moisture. Their thick cell walls also trap moisture for the organism, which is why seaweeds appear slimy and wet.
Author(s): Katie Hale

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Design a Flying Machine
The purpose of this activity is for the students to draw a design for their own flying machine. They will apply their knowledge of aircraft design and the forces acting on them. The students will start with a brainstorming activity where they come up with creative uses for every day objects. They will then use their creativity and knowledge of airplanes to design their own flying machine.
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ISS Update - Sept. 19, 2011
The International Space Station video update for Sept. 19, 2011.
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Sacred calendars : Pesach : Professor Agata Bielik-Robson talks to Professor Tom O'Loughlin
Agata Bielik-Robson, an expert in Jewish thought, explains how Jews celebrate Pesach (often called ‘Passover’ in English). She talks about its origins and significance for Jewish people today.
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Politics in 60 seconds. Passive revolution
Dr Adam Morton defines a polical concept in 60 seconds for those with a spare minute to learn something new. This videocast focuses on passive revolution as a political concept. Warning: video does contain bloopers and out takes. May 2010 Suitable for Undergraduate study and Community education Dr Adam Morton, School of Politics and International Relations Dr Adam Morton is a Senior Lecturer and Fellow of the Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice (CSSGJ) in the School of Politic
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Wind Tunnel Lite App for iOS
'Turn your iPad/iPhone into a wind tunnel simulator !Watch the fluid flow around obstacles. Tap the blue button to bring application controls, letting you choose between particles or smoke rendering, and between different models. Interact with the fluid via single or mutli-touch.Fluid motion is computed by solving Navier-Stokes equations, at high definition (15000 particles moving in a simulation grid of 19000 cells on ipad) thanks to a well-optimized code taking the most out of CPU perform
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The Award for Excellence in Teaching winner Mark Byrne
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You Are All Winners
This motivational video highlights the work of Tom Goodson.  Mr. Goodson has helped generations of children learn a love of games and sports.  He has volunteered at Pomeroy Elementary School for thirty years providing a fun, motivational activity featuring structured play and teaching good sportsmanship qualities.  Mr. Goodson believes that all children are winners, and he is loved and respected in his community.  ( 2:20)
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The Hill Reaction: In Vitro and In Vivo Studies
For many students, light-driven electron-transport can be abstract and with little utility. To provide additional ways of visualizing this process, this series of exercises is designed (1) to show that the light-reactions of photosynthesis are proportional to light intensity and can be monitored in isolated chloroplast-particles, (2) to demonstrate that chlorophyll, in solution, traps and re-emits light by fluorescence, and (3) to observe increases in chlorophyll fluorescence in intact green-alg
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Calligraphy Master
Master Fa Qing is a philosopher, calligrapher, and Buddhist monk who believes that calligraphy and other spiritual arts allow us to simplify our lives, opening up a door to happiness in a world where complexity often works against it. (4:28)
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Research lab works to ease life for elderly, others
On-going research at Washington State University is exploring how homes can be built or retrofitted to make living a little bit easier. With the work of AI Lab Manager James Kusznir, doctoral student Aaron Crandall and other faculty and students, WSU's Smart Apartment is exploring the practical applications of how to help elderly people stay in their homes, and to create more efficient living spaces. Watch the video to learn more about the importance of the WSU Smart Apartment.
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Northeastern Professor Jeffrey Juris discusses Occupy Wall Street LIVE - 11/09/11 @12pm
"3Qs Live" brings you a dynamic exchange of ideas - taking the conversation beyond the classroom. Join Northeastern's top researchers, noted experts and the newsmakers themselves for an online discussion of some the world's most important news stories. As an associate professor of anthropology in Northeastern's College of Social Sciences and Humanities, Jeffrey Juris is an expert on social movements, protests, youth culture and globalization, and often studies protests by embedding himself with
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Learning spaces: evaluation
A presentation which provides an overview of key research questions relating to the development of fit for purpose learning spaces
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Débat entre auteures d’essai historique et de fiction romanesque (part two) (audio)

Michelle Perrot (auteure de Histoire de chambres) et Maylis de Kerangal (auteure de Naissance d’un pont) débattent des relations entre histoire et littérature telles qu’elles se nouent dans l’écriture professionnelle.


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Aruban authorities release a US man who had been the prime suspect in an American woman's disappearance in the country. Rough cut (No reporter narration)
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