How to Study Spelling
How to Study Spelling. Part of the series: Math Lessons and Study Tips. In order to study spelling for a spelling test or for general knowledge, it can be helpful to read books about words that are commonly spelled incorrectly. Use reference books when studying spelling with help from this author and tutor.
Mother Nature and the Earthworm
This brief clip from Sesame Street explains the relationship between the earthworm and a tree. This video clip could be used to compliment the story Earthworms by Claire Llewellyn. (01:06)
Money talks: September 26th 2011
Rumours abound of a plan to save the euro, the price of gold suffers a sharp fall and further upheaval hits UBS
Luis Moreno on emerging economies
The president of the Inter-American Development Bank on the future of development and growth in Latin America
UO Today #583 Bruce Schneier
Bruce Schneier, cyber-security expert and author of Liars and Outliers: Enabling the Trust Society Needs to Thrive, talks about corporate and governmental data collection and surveillance. Schneier gave a lecture, “Internet, Security, and Power” on May 28, 2014 at the UO in Eugene and at the UO in Portland on May 29, 2014.
The University of Memphis Basketball Media Day: Tarik Black
Tarik Black interview from Tiger Basketball Media Day.
Jonathan C. Edwards, M.D. Physician Profile
Meet Jonathan C. Edwards, M.D. He is the Director of the Comprehensive Epilepsy Center and Chief of the Division of Neurology. He was awarded his M.D. from Wake Forest University. He completed his Residency at the University of Maryland and did his Fellowship at The Cleveland Clinic. He is Board Certified in Neurology and Clinical Neurophysiology.
Highlights: 2011 Leadership Breakfast
President Mary Sue Coleman launches new initiatives to elevate U-M's academic excellence and impact as it approaches its bicentennial in 2017.
Sampling and Data: Statistics
Susan Dean, Barbara Illowsky, Ph.D.
This module introduces the concept of statistics, specifically the ability to use statistics to describe data (descriptive statistics) as well as draw conclusions (inferential statistics). An […]
History of Libya
This is a 14 minute documentary film of some of the key events in Libyan history between the years 1911 -- 1969. it has many images, but lacks an explanation for many of them.
Dr. Gebisa Ejeta, Purdue professor and 2009 World Food Prize laureate, is discovering ways to improve sorghum production in Africa, helping feed millions and saving lives.
CALPACT Training: Inua Ubunta
This workshop will examine an innovative project, Inua Ubuntu ("To lift up; I am, because we are") aimed at reducing disproportionality rates for African American male children served in Allegheny County's (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) Department of Human Services, Office of Children, Youth and Families - ACCYF). The goal of Inua Ubuntu is to provide culturally-based intervention and child protective services aimed at keeping African American male children safely in their own homes with their famil
1.4.7 T is for Timeliness The date when information was produced or published can be an important aspect of quality. This is not quite as simple as saying that 'good' information has to be up to date. Here is an example of a news item from an on-l Introduction to Conventional Current and Direct Current with an Example Problem Boston City Guide Faculty Retreat in Research Ethics--Modules and Issues Types of Pronouns Driving a Performance Culture Cambridge Festival of Ideas: Access all archives
An introduction to Conventional Current and Direct current. Includes conventional current direction and dimensions. We even talk about the Bohr model of the atom. And, of course, an example problem where we figure out current and the number of electrons that pass through the wire. (10:14)
Content Times: (click time to access)
0:18 Definition of Current
1:05 The Dimensions for Current
2:00 Conventional Current (Current Direction)
3:25 Alternating a
This 4:22 long video provides an overview of Boston with some mention of historical sites. Essentially, this is a travel style video that would give students some idea of what the city is like today.
William Frey, Jose A. Cruz-Cruz
This module is a derived copy of a module that supports faculty development workshops. It is developed in conjunction with the EAC (ethics across the curriculum) Toolkit. Faculty development […]
Pronouns are defined as words used in place of nouns. This video describes the six types of pronouns: personal, reflexive and intensive, demonstrative, interrogative, relative and indefinite. It also explains how to identify pronouns by looking for the antecedent that the pronoun replaces. If there is not an antecedent, then it is not a pronoun. (5:07)
Faisal Abdalla, vice president of independent Toyota distributor Adbul Latif Jameel, talks Sept. 27, 2011, at Thunderbird School of Global Management. http://www.thunderbird.edu
Find out more about the eagerly awaited Cambridge Festival of Ideas event 'Access all archives: sights and sounds' which will take place on Monday 24 October 2011. The University's museums will be brought alive with live music and cutting-edge sound installations to accompany your exploration of the archives. Film and photography projections, improvisation, gamelan gongs, DJ sets and more combine to awaken your senses as you embark on a trail of discovery throughout this late night opening. Full
The date when information was produced or published can be an important aspect of quality. This is not quite as simple as saying that 'good' information has to be up to date.
Here is an example of a news item from an on-l
Introduction to Conventional Current and Direct Current with an Example Problem
Boston City Guide
Faculty Retreat in Research Ethics--Modules and Issues
Types of Pronouns
Driving a Performance Culture
Cambridge Festival of Ideas: Access all archives