Slave Ships
This three minute video explains how a slave ship captain, such as Luke Collingswood, had the power to do whatever was necessary to maintain control, while bringing ships of slaves across the ocean for trade. This video shows how the British people finally found out what the slave ships was like and those that testified against it, including a clergyman who was once a slave captain and later wrote Amazing Grace, John Newton.
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3.2 Observation and imitation of aggression

Bandura conducted a series of experimental studies into children's tendency to imitate. In these experiments pre-school children watched adult models act either non-aggressively or aggressively towards an inflatable doll called a Bobo doll. The children were subsequently observed to see to what extent they imitated what they had seen – one such study is presented in Research Summary 1.

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Josey Baker on Bread Baking | Food at Google
Josey visits Google SF office to discuss his newly published book about baking bread. This is the first true entry-level bread-baking cookbook, from Josey Baker (that's his real name!), a former science teacher turned San Francisco baking sensation. Josey Baker Bread combines step-by-step lessons with more than 100 photographs, offering easy-to-follow guidance for aspiring bakers. Recipes start with the basic formula for making bread— requiring little more than flour, water, time, and a pan—
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Why Is Plagiarism Wrong?
Why Is Plagiarism Wrong?. Part of the series: Writing and Education. Plagiarism is wrong because it is stealing someone's intellectual property, it creates a false impression of individual abilities, and it deprives one of learning opportunities. (01:49)
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Guide to the Records of the Heritage Broadcast Institute of Pittsburgh, 1974-1980
This collection contains clippings, correspondence, press releases, program guides, reports, and a history of the Heritage Broadcast Institute of Pittsburgh for the years 1974-1980.
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Algebra - Finding Roots
This is a very brief explanation of how to find roots in Algebra.
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Math Equations : How to Solve Algebraic Equations
Solve algebraic equations by isolating the variable that needs to be identified and keeping the equation balanced. Be sure to read the algebraic equation instructions carefully for the solution with tips from a math professor in this video math lesson.

Expert: Jimmy Chang
Bio: Jimmy Chang has been a math teacher at St. Pete College for nearly a decade. He has a master's degree in math, and his specialties include calculus, algebra, liberal arts, math and trigonometry.
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Inventions of War - the aerosol spray can
The aerosol spray can is used for everything from paint to shaving cream, but it was originally designed to save lives not fight body odor. Originally called the "bug bomb", the spray can was invented during WWII and played a critical role in protecting U.S. soldiers from mosquitoes carrying malaria. Run time: 3 minutes
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Inventions of War - the Jeep
During World War II, General Dwight Eisenhower called the Jeep one of America's most important weapons. This short video describes the origins of the original Jeep and even addresses how it received it's funny name!  (U.S. soldiers shortened the term "general purpose vehicle" to "GP" then "Jeep") Run time: 2 minutes
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Hurricanes 101
Find out how hurricanes can be so destructive in this three-minute video.
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The European Library: Access Portal to 48 National European Libraries
Designed to meet the needs of the worldwide research community, the European Library provides quick and easy access to search the content/collections of 48 National Libraries in Europe, as well as leading European Research Libraries. Definitely, a treasure trove for researchers with access to over 200 million resources, 18 million digital objects, and 24 million full text documents.
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Concentration Camp Liberation
This two minute video shows the  horror of thousands
of Jewish prisoners in Nazi camps at the time of their liberation by allied troops. This video has actually footage and some of it is grime so view it first. A great lesson for students on what happened if a nation uses hatred to attack a minority.

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Refino Petroquímico (2014)
Este curso busca que el alumno pueda comprender y aplicar los conocimientos adquiridos de los procesos de separación y transformación que comprenden las diferentes etapas del refino petroquímico, con la identificación de los principales productos de este sector industrial, así como los aspectos medioambientales a tener en cuenta
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Introduction to Biology, Fall 2001
Cell biology, immunology, neurobiology, and an exploration into current research in cancer, genomics, and molecular medicine.
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The Aaron Burr Conspiracy
This video is accompanied by text. "Jefferson had feelings of both triumph and trepidation over the purchase of Louisiana. On the one hand, he had doubled the size of the United States and presented to Americans access to some of the richest land in North America. On the other hand, the government he directed was not designed to regulate the huge territory. Fears of foreign occupation and secession dominated his thoughts..."
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Louisiana Purchase Doubles U.S.
A short video that goes into some detail as to how the Lousiana Purchase was made and what land it covered....and why it was the steal of the century, not the buy of the century.
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Louisiana Purchase Doubles U.S
Thomas Jefferson pulls off the land deal of the millennium when he buys 800,000 square miles from the French, stretching from the Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains. This short video explains what a value it was, and how it came to be sold. Of notes is the fact that the video explains that the land did not belong to the French in the first place. It belonged to the Native Americans. A map for the students would help them understand the size of the purchase.
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How the Louisiana Purchase Worked
When Thomas Jefferson purchased the Louisiana Territory for 15 million
dollars, the US nearly doubled in size. This is a podcast without visuals. It lasts 15 minutes. Good data, but only for those that can stay awake.

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Sea reptile birth - Walking with Dinosaurs
CGI is used to examine what a birth in the water must have been like for Dinosaurs dependent on both sea and air. The video explains how vulnerable both the mother and her pups could be during the birthing process.
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