Young Giant Pandas Playing
This very short video shows young Giant Pandas playing on a swing. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (Less Than 1 Minute)
Holiday Greetings from Purdue's Annual Fund
2011 Holiday Greetings from Purdue's Annual Fund Give back to Purdue at: https://donate.purdue.edu/DesignateGift.aspx?allocation=RF0001&appealCode=11175&allocationDescription=PurdueAnnualFund
The Historical Value of Religious Teachings for Conflict Resolution and the Power of Gestures
Dr. Marc Gopin Talks about the power of symbolic gestures, the Dali Lama and the historical value of religious teachings combined with the value of psychological literature.
Westin Brings Holiday Cheer to Diamond Children's Medical Center
Westin La Paloma chefs and employee visited University of Arizona Medical Center's Diamond Children's Medical Center to decorate cookies with patents. The volunteers provided all the needed supplies - cookies, icing, chef hats, aprons and decorations to children and their families as they celebrated the holiday season.
QR Codes in the Library: A Window to Online Research Services
QR Codes in the Library is a pilot project in the Loeb Music Library, which will result in a "best practices" guide for use across the Harvard Library, linking materials in the stacks with on-line resources, via smartphone. By posting QR codes in specific subject areas of the stacks, smartphone users can instantly access relevant research guides and other library information services.
Plastics at GRCC
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Introduction to databases
This unit forms gives participants an understanding of the concepts behind database development, a sense of how database work can be applied to information projects and how to start thinking about the database planning process. It is primarily about developing an awareness of databases which can form a basis for future training in more practical aspects of database development work.
21A.110 Anthropological Theory (MIT)
This course introduces students to some of the major social theories and debates that inspire and inform anthropological analysis. Over the course of the semester, we will investigate a range of theoretical propositions concerning such topics as agency, structure, subjectivity, history, social change, power, culture, and the politics of representation. Ultimately, all theories can be read as statements about human beings and the worlds they create and inhabit. We will approach each theoretical p
Talk about morphing - a 600 pound octopus shape-shift itself to wriggle through a passageway the size of a quarter! (1:42)
Destination: New Zealand, Overview
This 3:40 long video shows the landscapes and cities of this country. The diversity of the country is stressed. The differences between the southern and northern islands are explained.
Song Thrush Feeding on Berries
This short video gives excellent real life footage of a Song Thrush feeding on berries. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (Less Than 2 Minutes)
Pediatric Care Professions Video: Career Options in Pediatrics
This 3:49 video explains what is required in this career both for doctors and nurses. Includes both job descriptions and schooling.
Consumer confidence on the rise
Dec. 27 - Summary of business headlines: Consumer confidence rebounds; Online post-holiday sales jump; Sears holdings to close up to 120 stores; Housing prices fall-S&P Case/Shiller. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Rusty Kanokogi: The Mother of Women's Judo
A role model for women athletes of all ages and a native of Brooklyn, Rena "Rusty" Kanokogi speaks about her trailblazing entry into competitive judo at a time when women were prohibited from competition. Disguising herself as a man in order to compete, Rusty discusses the shift from her struggle as an outsider in a men's sport to a celebrated female pioneer, athlete, and the highest-ranking American woman in judo. This event took place at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art on Mar
16.622 Experimental Projects II (MIT)
Students in 16.622 gain practical insight and improved understanding of engineering experimentation through design and execution of "project" experiments. Building upon work in course 16.621, students construct and test equipment, make systematic experimental measurements of phenomena, analyze data, and compare theoretical predictions with results. Deliverables comprise a written final project report and formal oral presentations. Instructions on oral presentations and multi-section re
2011 in Rhyme and Headlines: The 'Year in Rap' & News Quiz
Watch Flocabulary's just-released 2011 Year in Rap, then take our annual news quiz by filling in the blanks to remember the people, places and events that made news this year.
Land Productivity Limiting Human Population
Sal Khan tackles how we get calories from the land limits human population densities. (13:00)