Publishing your Site to the Web (#16)
Once you have your web space ready, you need to actually publish your web site - get it there for the world to see. This video examines FTP or File Transfer Protocol and related tools to help you publish your web site. You need a place to host your site-some are free but have limited features. Others you can pay a monthly fee. Either way, you will use an FTP to publish your site. [06:43]
How to Make Things Levitate
The Levitron spins and surfs on magnetic waves! Pass your hand above,
underneath, and around the top. It will continue to spin and float only
touching air! The LEVITRON floats free in space, supported only by the
repelling magnetic force produced by permanent magnets.
Spuds in Space
Students investigate force and motion as they design spacesuits for their potato astronauts that can withstand the hazards of high velocity impacts from space debris and meteoroids.
Women in Space
In 1983, trailblazing astronaut Sally Ride blasted out of Earth's orbit, opening the world of space travel for women. Watch the stories of other pioneers who have followed her path to the stars. Run time 02:51.
Signals and Systems
Systems realizations. Time and transform domain analysis of discrete-time systems. Vector-space concepts and Fourier series. Fourier transforms in continuous and discrete time. Some lab and computational work required.
Lecture 12 (of 16) | Introduction to Robotics
Though this is an entry-level university course, there may be high school students who desire to enter into the field of Robotics, and this course may inspire them.
Lecture by Professor Oussama Khatib for Introduction to Robotics (CS223A) in the Stanford Computer Science Department.
Professor Khatib shows a short video on An Innovative Space Rover with Extended Climbing Abilities, then continues his lecture on Dynamics.
CS223A is an introd
Learn about Habitats and Adaptations with Curious George
Each animal has special things that help it survive in its habitat. The children head to the Franklin Park Zoo to learn about habitats and animal adaptations. They begin by reviewing the five things an animal needs in a habitat: shelter, water, space, food, and air. They also learn that an animal may have adaptations to help them survive in their habitat and identify various adaptations of the animals in the zoo.
LIFE ON EARTH 1930
"The earth has not always been as we know it today; for countless ages it spun in space, hot and lifeless." This video is a silent news reel with details of science education in the 1930s. The video covers many areas of science, from microbiology to geology. The information is set to music and includes written explanations after many of the video clips. Run time 12:56.
Lecture: David Wilson on The Museum as Art
MacArthur Grant winner David Wilson, founder and director of the Museum of Jurassic Technology in Los Angeles, talks about this space devoted to unusual collections.
Space Shuttle Glider
Students can construct a scale model of the U.S. Space Shuttle orbiter. Parts, which must be printed on paper, and instructions are provided.
Meadows Prize recipient eighth blackbird begins Dallas residency
Last fall, SMU's Meadows School of the Arts announced the first two recipients of the inaugural 2009-2010 Meadows Prize, a new international arts residency: the Grammy-winning new music ensemble eighth blackbird and the New York-based public arts organization Creative Time. The prize includes housing for a one-to-three-month residency in Dallas, transportation expenses, studio/office space and project costs, in addition to a $25,000 stipend. In return, recipients are expected to interact in a s
Lunar Meanderings (audio slideshow)
Lord Rees, the Astronomer Royal and Master of Trinity College, talks to us about the Apollo 11 moon landings in an interview that reflects on the legacy of the lunar expedition and considers the future of space exploration.
SeArch : Archeologisch erfgoed in de Noordzee Het SeArch-project wil het marien archeologisch archief in kaart brengen, met daarbij twee doelen:
Het SeArch-project wil het marien archeologisch archief in kaart brengen, met daarbij twee doelen:
DISEÑO Y GENERACIÓN DE MODELOS (2009)
Es imprescindible. Sin visión espacial ni capacidad de construir tus propias ideas, no existe capacidad crítica ni proyectiva donde resolver problemas, con lo cual es difícil que te dediques a esto. Con nosotros aprenderás un poco todo esto y a planificar tu trabajo.
History in the Headlines 18th April 08 - THC
First canine to enter space honoured. Hymn Jerusalem banned from Southwark Cathedral. Who will be the next King of England and Scotland? And find out why Medieval 'hoodies' were given ASBOs.
William Jennings Bryan's Cross of Gold Speech
By the early 1890s, the Populist Party and figures within the
Democratic and Republican Parties advocated "free silver" (a
silver-standard currency at a high price for silver that would bring
inflation). The Populists represented an alliance of rural interests
and silver mining interests. Free silver advocate William Jennings
Bryan became the Democratic presidential candidate of 1896, delivering
the famous "Cross of Gold" speech denouncing the gold sta
Carl Sagan Explains the Geometry of the Universe
Carl Sagan discusses the curves and warps of space-time. He discusses the possible shapes of space-time.
Jack Johnson: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle - 3 R Song
"Three is a magic number." The students of Sunset Beach Elementary School sing along with Jack Johnson in a group rendition of 'Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.' Environmental education is crucial to the preservation of Hawaii - and the planet.
Aristotle Part 2
This is a video about Aristotle . He is one of the most important founding figures in Western philosophy. This is Part 2 of 2.
Space Terms and Definitions
A Second Grade class uses both pictures and simple demonstrations to illustrate basic space terminology. Some of the terms addressed in this video are: gravity, rotation, Grades K-3. 2 min.