Kosovo independence; a threat to Balkan stability?
What are the implications of an independent Kosovo for security in the Balkans?
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Chemistry Lecture- Amway
Kevin Eggebeen, Opal Lambert and Jeff Halim from Amway explain what they do at their jobs.
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Stop Snoring, Bernard! By Zachariah OHora -- Book Trailer
Watch this book trailer video and meet Bernard the sea otter, star of Stop Snoring, Bernard!, a picture book for children by author and illustrator Zachariah. ( :35)
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Coin Collecting and the Money Museum
Watch this video to join a student for a virtual field trip to the Money Museum in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and learn about the history of coins and coin collecting.  ( 4:01)
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Duke on Demand Highlights for the Week of September 4, 2011
President Brodhead welcomes the class of 2015 and tells them to value their newfound freedoms. The author of the Duke-UNC summer reading book gives his take on the ethics, health and meaning of eating animals. And, live webcasts of Duke Chapel Sunday worship services.
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LA CHANSON DE L'ALPHABET, #25 (Alphabet Song in French)
This is the alphabet song sung in French. (The character in this brief, animated video sounds a little like Alvin the Chipmunk.) (00:37)
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Interview with Jean-Claude Trichet
Oct. 6 - Jean-Claude Trichet speaks to Insider after presiding over his final meeting as head of the European Central Bank.
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Common Threads: The Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences at MIT
Part of the "Common Threads" video, produced for the MIT 150th celebration, this clip features the vital role of humanities, arts, and social sciences at MIT. The roots of MIT's strengths in the humanities, arts, and social sciences go back to its founding days, and by mid 20th century, the Institute had created a dedicated School for these disciplines. Today, MIT SHASS is home to research that has a global impact, and to superb graduate programs, all recognized as among the finest in t
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Superheroes or SAMs? A Change in Practice for a New Kind of Educational Leader
A universal belief is that good principals create and sustain dynamic efforts for school reform, and without them, schools would not succeed. School success is dependent on effective school leadership. There is growing fear, however, that the principal’s increasing responsibilities and the ability to lead are becoming unrealistic, and school success will suffer in the wake of the leader’s overwhelming role.
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1.253J Transportation Policy and Environmental Limits (MIT)
Through a combination of lectures, cases, and class discussions this subject examines the economic and political conflict between transportation and the environment. It investigates the role of government regulation, green business and transportation policy as facilitators of economic development and environmental sustainability. It analyzes a variety of international policy problems including government-business relations; the role of interest groups, non-governmental organizations, and the pub
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EEMIS 2011 - le point sur le DMP et les projets de l'ASIP

Titre: EEMIS 2011 - Une petite histoire de la raison

Conférence enregistrée lors de la "Sixième Ecole d' Eté Méditérranéenne d'Information En Santé" sur le thème "Systèmes d'Information : de l'hôpital au territoire, bilan et perspectives"

du 18 au 22 juillet 2011à Corte (Corse). Conférences organisés par Associations AIM et AMIS, en partenariat avec l'Université de Corse - Institut universitaire de Santé et Service de Formation Conti
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ชาติ ศาสนา พระมหากษัตริย์: Nation, Religion, King Ep3
Three of the pillars of Thai society are in the spotlight in this new vodcast series titled ชาติ ศาสนา พระมหากษัตริย์: Nation, Religion, King. This is episode three of three. The third and final episode focuses on Phramahakasat - King. The panel - Dr Tyrell Haberkorn, Dr Pavin Chachavalpongpun, Dr Patrick Jory and Professor Charnvit Kasetsiri - discuss the role of the monarchy in Thai life and the lese majeste law. This three part series brings tog
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Take A Loved One to the Doctor Day
As part of a commitment to give back to the community, the University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS) hosted its annual "Take a Loved to the Doctor Day" health event on Friday, September 30, 2011. UMMS puts a unique twist on this national health prevention campaign by bringing the doctors, nurses and other health care providers to the people in the community. Hundreds of guests at the event got free cholesterol and blood pressure screenings, participated in fun fitness activities and talked on
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Top 25 Spanish Questions You Need to Know #10 - How is the Spanish food?
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! When your new Spanish friend invited you to dinner party, you were expecting a small gathering, but there are people everywhere and a huge feast on the table! The Spanish food looks so delicious, but you’re in the middle of a Spanish conversation with someone. Would it be rude to steer [...]
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Gengo Spanish #15 - A Delicious Dinner in Latin America
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! You nudge your colleague and remind him that you cannot go empty-handed to your dinner at your boss’s home in Latin America. Your co-worker teases you in Spanish for kissing up to your boss, but you remind him that taking a gift to the host is the polite thing to do [...]
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Portable Planetarium Time-Lapse
America Museum of Natural History is at New York Comic Con 2011 this weekend. Stop by our booth #129 to visit the inflatable planetarium to see the tour of the digital universe narrated by Neil deGrasse Tyson.
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Atlanta Georgia's History
A brief history of Atlanta's early days city compared to most cities in the history perspective. Began as a railroad center in the 1800s, and soon with given time developed into a more substantial city. It was also one of the main cities to fight in the civil war, and was soon burned to the ground after the bloodiest battle it withstood. Soon after the
war, it was rebuilt and continues to thrive as Georgia's capital city today. This one minute video is a quick overview and provides good i

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