Problem Solving for Immunization Programs
Countries around the world - even those at war - are collaborating to ensure that children under the age of five don't die from diseases for which vaccines are available. In the past twenty years, global vaccine coverage has surpassed eighty percent, and a second disease, polio, is nearly eradicated. In the United States, coverage rates are even higher, and vaccine-preventable diseases are now rare. Never have so many resources been focused on immunization - yet problems remain. Additional, high
Introduction to Economics
Introduction to Economics is designed to build an understanding of economic institutions, history, and principles. In addition, it will focus on relationship between private and public sectors of the U.S. economy. Also, it will analyze major economic institutions, such as property rights, markets, business organizations, labor unions, money and banking, trade, and taxation.
Introduction to Microeconomics
This course is designed to help you build an understanding of the economics of the market place. In particular we focus on microeconomic principles that demonstrate the role and limitations of both competitive and imperfectly competitive markets in motivating socially efficient consumer, business, and public sector choices.
Understanding Online Interaction
This course is designed to provide an introductory level of understanding of the manner in which individuals interact with one another via the network. Possession of this understanding is absolutely critical to your ability to design effective learning environments on the network. This course takes an immersion approach to helping you develop your understanding by requiring you to make extensive, reflective use of several representative interactive media. You will also read several representativ
Space Propulsion, Spring 2004
Reviews rocket propulsion fundamentals. Discusses advanced concepts in rocket propulsion ranging from chemical engines to electrical engines. Topics include: advanced mission analysis, physics and engineering of microthrusters, solid propellant rockets, electrothermal, electrostatic, and electro-magnetic schemes for accelerating propellant. Some coverage is given of satellite power systems and their relation to propulsion systems. Space Propulsion begins with a review of rocket propulsion fundam
Cognitive Robotics, Spring 2004
Algorithms and paradigms for developing embedded systems that are able to operate autonomously for years at a time within harsh and uncertain environments. Focus on systems that demonstrate high levels of deduction and adaptation. Draws upon a diverse set of computational methods from artificial intelligence, operations research, software engineering, and control. Topics include: real-time deduction and search, automated planning, scheduling and execution, model-based diagnosis and failure recov
Lady Bears Basketball Highlights: Jan 7, 2012
Highlights from the Missouri State Women's Basketball game vs. Drake on January 7, 2012.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Campaign
Common Core State Standards: Middle School
Visit two middle school English and math classrooms who have already begun to adapt to the new Common Core standards, and see what changes teachers are making in their practice to adapt to the new standards. (14:09)
Let them eat cake!
Jan. 5 - Thousands eat massive King Cake in Mexico City ahead of the religious Feast of the Epiphany. Kilmeny Duchardt reports.
U.S. Day Ahead: Jobs report could be blah or stun
Jan. 5 - A range of polls show that U.S. non-farm payrolls could come in at an anemic 150,000 for December or surge past expectations.
London Zoo counts its creatures
Jan. 5 - Counting the animals two by two means it's time to take stock at the London Zoo. Kilmeny Duchardt reports.
Using feng shui for business
Jan. 5 - The ancient Chinese art of Feng Shui is sometimes used in the U.S. to gain an edge in business, but in China it's used as a weapon to outperform rivals. Carmen Roberts reports.
World's first chimeric monkeys are born
Jan. 5 - Researchers in Oregon have produced the world's first chimeric monkeys. Unlike naturally-conceived animals whose individual cells contain the same genetic structure, the monkeys are composed of a mixture of cells containing different genomes. Scientists have conducted research with chimeric mice for many years, but the primate model gives scientists new insight into the study of numerous diseases that affect humans. The paper was released on Thursday, January 5, in the online journal "C
Eminence Organic VitaSkin Vitamins For Skin Health
By: shawnanel20 Kind of a newer concept, but lets improve your skin's beauty from the inside out. In this video founder and owner of Eminence skincare Boldijarre Koronczay explains how to make your skin shine by taking internal supplements. http://www.skincarebyalana.com/eminence-organics/
PediNeuroLogic Exam: 12 Month Old: Normal: Behavior - Shy
Infants at 12 months of age are often shy and have stranger anxiety. Most of the neurological exam can be performed with the child on his parent's lap. The parent helps reassure the child and facilitates the exam. This infant is shy and frequently looks to his father for reassurance. The examiner uses toys to try to engage the child in play and overcome the shyness. A neuroscience tutorial focusing on those aspects of the pediatric neurological examination that are unique to the child's nervous
ESD.00 Introduction to Engineering Systems (MIT)
Students in ESD.00 work on projects to address large, complex and seemingly intractable real-world problems, such as energy supply, environmental issues, health care delivery, and critical infrastructure (e.g., telecommunications, water supply, and transportation). The course introduces interdisciplinary approaches - rooted in engineering, management, and the social sciences - to considering these critical contemporary issues. Small, faculty-led teams select an engineering systems term project t
Northeastern Men's Hockey Post-Game - vs. Boston Univ. - Jan. 13, 2012
Despite a 2-0 Huskies' lead heading into the first intermission, No. 6 Boston University stormed back with four unanswered goals, including a pair on the power play, to snap Northeastern's eight-game unbeaten streak on Friday night at Matthews Arena, 4-3.
Egyptian Sarcophagus Paper-Craft
This video shows the assembly of a paper-crafted Egyptian sarcophagus.
( This set shows a set of three nesting boxes.) Teachers could show this to students studying Egyptian history before having them design their own sarcophaguses. ( 4:17)
History of Royal Weddings
Royal marriages have changed in the last century. They were once purely political affairs, matching a prince up with a princess of another royal family. This 2:34 video explains the reason for many such marriages with the emphasis on current marriages.