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 Harlem Renaissance Music
This short film, is an introduction to an interdisciplinary unit on the
Music, Art, and Literature of the Harlem Renaissance. The video begins with the introduction of slavery to the colonies through Obama becoming president. It then focuses on the flowering of African American cultural and intellectual life during the 1920s and 1930s through art, music, and literature. Different performancers are highlighted-information is given in text and images shown. (9:54)
Pete Seeger: Exclusive Clips and Interviews
This 2:28 video shows Seeger in concert singing "This Little Light of Mine." If you let the video run the three parts of the interview are shown reflecting his beliefs. Good insights for a student trying to understand how music can reflect a person's beliefs in making the world better. There are also interviews by Arlo Guthrie and Natalie Maines.
Frankie Quimby of Sapelo Island
This video segment from Egg: The Arts Show presents a glimpse of the last island-based Gullah/Geechee community located on Sapelo Island. The original Gullah/Geechee were slaves. When slavery was abolished, the lands on the island were abandoned to the slaves. Frankie Quimby of the Georgia Sea Island Singers speaks of her pride for the island community and the importance of preserving the Gullah/Geechee culture. She also tells how the songs of the slaves also served as escape songs. For more abo
History of the Internet
This video starts from 1957 through 2009. Before 1957 computers could only work on one task at a time and had to be stored in special cooled rooms. In 1957 the idea of timesharing came up-so that the processes of one computer could be shared with others. In 1958 a military network by Rand was created. These were the beginnings for our modern internet. (8:10)
history of the internet
Email as we know it started in 1965. The Internet as we know it really started in 1969. In 1973 the Internet was basically used for email. Watch this video to find out the history from 1965 to today.
Observe Water in Winter and Summer
On Earth, water can regularly be found in three different phases — liquid, solid, and gas — each of which has noticeably different properties. For example, a boat can glide through liquid water in summer, but it cannot do so when the water turns to solid ice in winter. Atmospheric conditions, specifically seasonal temperatures, can influence the phase in which water exists at a given time. This short video segment depicts water in different seasons at the same location. No narration. Run
Use a Highlighter to Make Glowing Water
It's easy to make water glow very brightly under a black light. This video provides instructions as well as a demonstration. There is no sound, but the instructions are written on the screen. Very simple video and easy to understand. Run time 0:56.
Lulu the Big Little Chick, picture book by Paulette Bogan
The author and illusstrator, a Children's Choice Book Award finalist, reads her picture book, Lulu the Big Little Chick. The viewer can turn the pages of the book by clicking on them, and can read along with the author, who is seen in a side window, reading and talking to the viewer. One of the "A Story Before Bed" author read-alouds. (4:23)
Qualifications for Journalism
Qualifications for being a journalist include a bachelor's degree
in journalism or a related field, typing skills, writing skills and
evidence of previous publication. Discover why it's important for
bloggers to demonstrate their knowledge with help from a journalism
professor in this video on careers in journalism.
How Much Does a Journalist Earn?
Journalists earn a range of salaries depending on what
organization they work for and what position they hold within the
organization. Find out why newspaper reporters tend to make more money than television reporters from a journalism professor in this
What Is the Work Environment for a Journalist?
The work environment for a journalist used to involve sitting down
at a desk or working in the press room, but journalists are
increasingly working remotely. Discover how modern journalists often
have deadlines throughout the day with help from a journalism professor in this video.
What Is It Like to Be a Reporter?
Reporters have to meet a lot of deadlines and spend a lot of late
nights, but the profession is rewarding, as well. Learn about the
different perks of being a reporter from a journalism professor in this video.
How to Search You Tube Effectively
There are ways to get the exact videos that you want. One way is to type in the search bar allintitle:(what you are searching for). If you are looking for a tutorial type that in the search bar-Excel Tutorial. There are other tips given in this video.
How to Upload A Video to YouTube
A very easy video tutorial on how to upload a video to YouTube. It can't be more than 10 minutes or larger than 1 gig. You must have a You Tube account-click on the upload button and off you go!
Gorillas... 98.6% Human (Rwanda)
How ironic that the one creature deemed all violent is the most
peaceful: the mountain gorilla. With only 720 remaining, Craig Sholley
of AWF teaches us about his organization's efforts to preserve gorillas
Creating a Wordle
Wordles are a fun and easy way to create a word cloud. It is as easy as copying and pasting text into the box and hitting create.
A Bed of Nails
Professor Ephraim Fischbach demonstrates a bed of nails in this video from Thinkwell's online Physics series. In some physical situations, force is the more relevant concept but in other situations its the pressure. Pressure is the force divided by the area over which the force acts. Run time 06:03.
Learn Italian - Indefinite Article
This segment, which is from a larger video clip, is a short explanation of the use of un, uno, una and un' in Italian. (01:19)
Juan Enriquez wants to Grow Energy
Juan Enriquez challenges our definition of bioenergy. Oil, coal, gas and other hydrocarbons are not chemical but biological products, based on plant matter -- and thus, growable. Our whole approach to fuel, he argues, needs to change. Juan Enriquez thinks and writes about the profound changes that genomics and other life sciences will cause in business, technology, politics and society. This video could also be used with a lesson in agriculture. Run time 18:08.