Ancient Mysteries - The Puzzling Pyramids of Mexico 1/5
Planned and mapped out according to the stars and built over a series of sacred caves, at its height, Teotihuacán was the seventh largest city of the ancient world. Its power and influence was felt throughout Mexico. This documentary is suitable for high school students.
Scientology Video: An Introduction to Scientology Auditing
The following video serves as an introduction to the central practice of Scientology -- auditing. Discovered, developed and codified by L. Ron Hubbard, the procedures of auditing represent a vast body of technology. In Scientology churches around the world, Scientologists learn the skills of auditing and use them to achieve spiritual enlightenment and freedom. For anyone who would like to find out what Scientologists believe and practice, the best source of information are L. Ron Hubbard's books
Lutheran Roots in America
Who were the first Lutherans in the new world? Why did they come and what did they find when they got here? From Swedes to Danes to Germans and Norwegians, Lutheran Roots in America recounts the dramatic tale of Lutheran migration to America. You will learn about Muhlenberg, the Saxons, Hans Neilson Hauge, the Salzburgers and others. Designed for new member and confirmation classes, this video will help congregations understand their history.
Weird US Plunges Into Bonne Terre Mine
From the History Channel (produced by KPI) in which they explore the strange subterranean world of a vast flooded lead mine. The Bonne Terre Mine was originally a lead mine, during the late 19th century. Now the mine is open for tours and is also known as a Scuba diving attraction. Video is good quality and has information for students studying these areas of the United States.
Michael Palin at Turkish baths in Istanbul - BBC
Michael Palins Pole to Pole adventure. Palin receives the complete treatment in one of the oldest Turkish baths in the world.
Woodrow Wilson -- Actual Footage
This silent footage from the National Archives shows Wilson at work. Wilson kept sheep on the White House lawn so that their wool could be auctioned to raise money for World War I.
Google Maps: Create Personalized Maps
Easily create and share personalized, annotated maps of your world.
Introduction to Google Earth
Introduction to using Google Earth for IU Southeast's G201 World Regional Geography online course. IU Southeast Instructor: Clint Franklin
White House: Deconstructed
It may not have been home to the president until 1800 or even called the White House until 1901, but it remains a symbol of freedom and democracy throughout the world. This video is a visual tour using graphics and animation to show the parts of the White House with captions. Set to music. It was not called the White House until 1901. A good video for architecture as well as to explore the major things to see in Washington DC. Run time 01:32.
Geography: Climate and Vegetation
An introduction to climate and vegetation in world regional geography. IU Southeast Instructor: Clint Franklin
Realms versus Regions
This world geography video discusses how the world is divided in realms and regions.
Dada Part 1
This video shows the beginning of the art movement called Dada. The movement was a protest started in Zurich against what the artists saw as the barbarism of World War I. It wanted to include art in the protest against the war. It has chronicles from artist during this time frame. (9:37)
Columbus voyage and escape from mutiny
Christopher Columbus's last voyage. After 60 days at sea, his crew was threatening mutiny. Columbus asked for 3 more days to find land. On 10/11/1492 he claimed the New World. Video is misnamed as Vikings. Not much to this Columbus video, but the ones that follow flesh out his exploration. Leave the video to run a while while new videos load. Content is on bottom of page.
Geography: Population Maps
An introduction to population in world regional geography. IU Southeast Instructor: Clint Franklin
This video is about world population. The video provides a graphic description of world population growth from 1 A.D.
Culture and Cultural Geography
This World Geography video briefly discusses where people live and don't live in the world.
Population and Migration
This video is about population and migration in the world. It teaches the demographiic trasition model.
National History Day- Italian Immigration Video discusses how Italians coming to America were faced with obstacles, prejudice, and legal inequalities, but were helped by groups and organizations. In southern Italy, there was little potential for families to make money, most worked in farming or agriculture. World War I began the greatest wave of immigrants. Video discusses how Italians had to go through immigration and answer questions
Video discusses how Italians coming to America were faced with obstacles, prejudice, and legal inequalities, but were helped by groups and organizations. In southern Italy, there was little potential for families to make money, most worked in farming or agriculture. World War I began the greatest wave of immigrants. Video discusses how Italians had to go through immigration and answer questions
The Italians in America
(This is a preview) A fascinating journey through history, from Cristoforo Colombo up to present-day contributions by noteworthy Italians overseas: Rudolph Giuliani, Nancy Pelosi, Mario Cuomo and many other Italian-Americans who have left their mark on the most powerful nation in the world. It is a cinematic voyage full of stories and memories to illuminate new generations as to the sacrifices and efforts of their forefathers in the land across the ocean.
22 - Paradise XXVII, XXVIII, XXIX
This lecture focuses on Paradiso 27-29. St Peter's invective against the papacy from the heaven of the fixed stars is juxtaposed with Dante's portrayal of its contemporary incumbent, Boniface VIII, in the corresponding canto of Inferno. Recalls of infernal characters proliferate as the pilgrim ascends with Beatrice into the Primum Mobile. Bid to look back on the world below, Dante perceives the mad track of his uneasy archetype, Ulysses. Dante's remembrance of this tragic shipwreck at the ve