History of music - Part VI (L. van Beethoven)
Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony nr. 5 in C minor, Für Elise, Symphony nr. 3 in E flat major "Eroica", Symphony nr. 6 in F major "Pastoral", Violin sonata nr. 5 in F major "Spring", Piano concerto nr. 5 in E flat major "Emperor", Piano sonata nr. 8 in C minor "Pathétique", Triple concerto for piano, violin and violoncello in C major, Romance for violin and orchestra in F major, Piano sonata nr. 14 in C sharp minor "Moonlight", String quartet nr. 16 in F major, Violin concerto in D major, Symph
The Impossible Bridge
This three minute video shows the challenges of building an enormous bridge. It explains the benefits of several types of bridges and the weaknesses. The students could watch most of the video and make their own choices before the final answer is given.
3.7 The role of technology
The management of processes or operations is the very essence of any kind of business enterprise, and it is critically important that they are designed and managed well. This course taster uses case studies and models to illustrate the importance of effective operations management and outlines the steps to preparing your own operations proposal.
Leadership from a Chinese Perspective
Thunderbird School of Global Management alumnus Donny Huang talks March 15, 2012, at the Developing Leaders for Global Roles Summit. http://www.thunderbird.edu/globalmindset
Los misterios de la Luna (The History Channel) - parte 3 de 3
Durante miles de años, la humanidad ha encontrado consuelo con su presencia. Ha sido un faro para los viajeros nocturnos, un reloj para los agricultores y una guía para los marineros en el mar. Para algunas culturas, ha sido incluso un dios. Es el único cuerpo cósmico que ha sido visitado por seres humanos. A distancia, la luminosidad de la Luna nos ha fascinado desde el principio de los tiempos. Además, un examen más cercano a este faro en la oscuridad
The Kepler Mission: Searching for Other Earths in the Cosmos
Dr Fanson speaks about the Kepler project, NASA's first mission capable of discovering Earth-size planets orbiting other stars in our galaxy. Scheduled for launch in early 2009, Kepler seeks to answer an age-old question: Are there other habitable worlds in the cosmos? The centuries-old quest for other worlds like our Earth has been rejuvenated by the intense excitement and popular interest surrounding the discovery of giant planets like Jupiter orbiting stars beyond our solar system. With the e
Readers Theater 5
Biography of Harry S. Truman
By 1944, Harry S. Truman was chosen as Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s new vice presidential candidate. However, Truman only served a short time as VP because FDR died not long after his reelection. Though Truman had the presidency forced upon him, he led his country through trying times that included the end of WWII and the expansion of communism. In this video, from WatchMojo.com, learn more about the life and accomplishments of Harry S. Truman. (5:51)
Issues in Survey Research Design
Leads participants through the process of designing their own survey. Examines the major decisions faced by a health researcher who wants to design and implement a survey. Explores the potential sources of bias associated with alternative approaches to sample design, respondent recruitment, data collection methods (interviews in-person or by telephone, computer assisted interviews, or mail surveys) instrument design, and field administration. Participants prepare a defensible proposal for a surv
Your skin covers and protects your body. Your skin can also detect heat and cold. If you put one of your fingers in the flame of a candle, your brain would gather this information and send a message to your muscles to move your finger out of the flame. This is because the brain receives a signal that the flame is extremely hot and in turn the brain tells your body you are in pain and that you should move your finger.
This is an example of how well seahorses can camouflage themselves and blend in with their surroundings.
Sight Specific: LACPS and the Politics of Community Symposium (Session 1) USC Fisher Museum of Art
"Looking Back." February 11, 2012. Join exhibition Curator Tim Wride as he moderates a panel comprised of former members of LACPS to contextualize its importance as a cultural and community phenomenon. USC Fisher Museum of Art
Skin Cancer Prevention Screenings
Elon's Wellness Office offered free skin cancer screenings on April 4-5, 2012. Hear what doctors and patients said about the event.
Finding a Hero for Kajal
Students at Athens Academy, along with Be the Match, sponsored a bone marrow drive on UGA's campus as an effort to find a match for classmate Kajal Patel, a 6th grader who has been diagnosed with a life-threatening immune disorder.
Charter Lecture 2012
UGA Charter Lecture with Lee Lynd -- Spring 2012 The Spring 2012 Charter Lecture was presented at the University of Georgia Chapel on March 29, 2012, by Lee R. Lynd. Dr. Lynd is the Queneau Distinguished Professor of Engineering at Dartmouth College and leads the Global Sustainable Bioenergy Project. In his lecture, titled "The Sustainable Resource Transition," Dr. Lynd predicts a third social revolution to follow the Agricultural Revolution and the Industrial Revolution that he described as t
GESS: THe Forest Unseen
Dr. David Haskell from Sewanee:The University of the South presented the GESS Lecture in March 2012 titled "The Forest Unseen" as part of the University of Richmond Global Environment Speaker Series.
Informed Consent: Initial Vaccine Visit and Subsequent In Series 12 Months
By: bccdc ImmunizeBC instructional videos for health professionals on the informed consent process for the initial vaccine visit and subsequent 12 month visit.
Informed Consent Prior to Immunization: Initial Visit in Series: Parent has not reviewed standard in
By: bccdc ImmunizeBC instructional video about Informed Consent Prior to Immunization - initial visit in series (i.e 2 months) where parent has not reviewed standard information.
Nobel Laureate Dr. Shirin Ebadi Recoreded on 4/4/12
Recoreded on 4/4/12
Open Classroom - 4/4/12 #5 Q&A
Food and American Society an Urban Perspective Topic for 4/4/12: Food and Health: The Obesity Epidemic Lectures: Katy Tucker - Professor of Health Sciences and Director, Boston Puerto Rican Health Study Richard Daynard - Professor of Law and Director, Public Health Advocacy Institute, Northeastern University Alan Meyers - Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Boston University School of Medicine The Open Classroom Policy Series is a graduate-level public policy seminar that is open to the public