Greek protesters clash with police
Oct. 19 - Greece shuts down as thousands of angry demonstrators protest a new austerity bill, ahead of a parliamentary austerity vote and crucial EU summit. Kirsty Basset reports.
"Introduction to Design Inquiry, Fall 2001"
" Introduction to Design Inquiry explores the nature and exercise of design intelligence. It aims to open avenues for further research and, along them, to open vistas on the teaching of design and on more mindful professional design practices. We see design as processes located in individuals and groups, shaped by the formation and experience of each individual and by the characteristics of the groups that play a role in the design process. People construct the worlds they inhabit out of what th
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English Conference: If It's Not Written Down, It Didn't Happen
Janelle Hill, a community service coordinator, explains the importance of writing skills in the social work field.
English Conference: Playwriting
Arnie Johnston and Debby Percy read a ten-minute play, and explain how to write a successful play.
Refining technology for handheld diagnostic devices
When lives are on the line, every minute counts. Getting a quick and accurate diagnosis can mean the difference between life and death; however, in the developing world, doctors often lack the medical equipment necessary to determine the cause of a patient's illness. Hsueh-Chia Chang is leading a Notre Dame research team that is refining technology for a handheld diagnostic device that identifies the DNA of bacteria and viruses that cause specific diseases. With this type of tool, medical profe
Spartan Sagas: Carolyn Lauckner
Carolyn Lauckner is a second year doctoral student in the Media and Information Studies program at Michigan State University. "MSU is my home. I have been a life-long Spartan fan; both of my parents went to Michigan State so there really was no other place I had imagined going." For more information on the Media and Information Studies Ph.D. program, please visit http://cas.msu.edu/469-PhD-in-Media-and-Information-Studies-main
Millen, milieupret : Educatieve voorstelling
Armstrong Student Union Freeze Mob
The Student Government Association organized a freeze mob to raise awareness of campus organizations and to promote school spirit.
China vs. India
Nov. 13 - India has a better demographic for economic growth: lots of young people, ManpowerGroup CEO tells Chrystia Freeland. But its new infrastructure puts China on "a faster track" - for now.
Obama: It Gets Better Speech on Bullying
This three minute video shows the president asking all students to be aware of the rights of others and to not bully regardless of the situation. This video deals with the issue of homosexual bullying.
1.464 E-Commerce and the Internet in Real Estate and Construction (MIT)
1.464 examines the long term effects of information technology on business strategy in the real estate and construction industry. Considerations include: supply chain, allocation of risk, impact on contract obligations and security, trends toward consolidation, and the convergence of information transparency and personal effectiveness. Resources are drawn from the world of dot.com entrepreneurship and "old economy" responses.
Solving Logarithmic Equations - Problem 2 of 3
This video is a continuation and works through an example problem that demonstrates how to solve logarithmic equations with a single log on one or both sides. (2:22)
Solving Logarithmic Equations
Just as logarithms are used to access exponents in exponential equations, exponentiation can be used to access the insides of a logarithm. This video explains how solving logarithmic equations often involves exponentiation of logarithms in order to get rid of the log and access its insides. Sometimes the product, quotient, or power rules of logarithms are used when solving logarithmic equations. (1:20)
War of the Roses-Alternate History
This one minute video does not have narration. It is just a series of graphics that provide a little bit of humor to event.
Catholic Mass - 12/18/2011 (Fourth Sunday of Advent)
Duke Catholic Center's Celebration of the Eucharist Fr. Michael Martin, OFM, presiding http://catholic.duke.edu Fourth Sunday of Advent Service begins @ 7:20 Homily begins @ 22:42 Scripture: First Reading: 2 Samuel 7:1-5,8b-12,14a,16 Responsorial Psalm: Psalm 89:2-3,4-5,27,29 Second Reading: Romans 16:25-27 Gospel: Luke 1:26-38 Hymns (from the the Gather hymnal, ©1994): Processional Hymn: O Come, O Come, Emmanuel (317) Offertory Hymn: Like a Shepherd (325) Communion Hymn:You Satisfy the Hu
16.225 Computational Mechanics of Materials (MIT)
16.225 is a graduate level course on Computational Mechanics of Materials. The primary focus of this course is on the teaching of state-of-the-art numerical methods for the analysis of the nonlinear continuum response of materials. The range of material behavior considered in this course includes: linear and finite deformation elasticity, inelasticity and dynamics. Numerical formulation and algorithms include: variational formulation and variational constitutive updates, finite element discretiz
How Humpbacks Hunt With Bubbles
Humpback whales blow bubbles around schools of fish to concentrate them for easier capture. It's called a bubble net, says David Wiley, research coordinator for Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, and it's visible as a ring of bubbles at the surface. Now, with underwater digital tracking tags and custom visualization software, whale researchers can see what the whales are doing underwater when they're bubble-netting. (3:51)
Israeli bird radar technology promises clear skies for pilots
Dec. 28 - The Israeli airforce is using bird tracking radar technology to ensure safe aviation over Israeli skies, one of the busiest junctions of avian migration routes world-wide. In the past 25 years, 10 airforce planes have crashed in collisions with migrating birds, but the new system, developed at Tel Aviv University can now tell pilots where the birds will be in real time. Joanne Nicholson reports.
Tehran talks tough
Jan 4 - Iran threatens action if the U.S. Navy moves an aircraft carrier back into the Gulf. Paul Chapman reports.