Roosevelt Forms Bull Moose Party
This 2:30 video explains how Roosevelt decided not to run for a third term and decided to back Taft. Roosevelt's decision was to run under the Bull Moose Party banner. This three minute video shows how the personalities clashed and gives insights into how the nominating conventions work.
Theodore Roosevelt's Rise to Presidency (4:12)
After the Spanish American War the United States was on an upswing and William McKinley chose Theodore Roosevelt as his running mate; the ticket won, but tragedy struck when McKinley was killed. This video explains some of his actions and many things he accomplished. His tremendous energy and his impact are explained. The video does not go into detail about his work, such as the Panama Canal, and thus is best used as an introduction.
Out of Egypt: Egypt and Pop Culture
This 2:05 video explains how the culture of ancient Egypt still influences modern culture. The speaker presents a great many reasons why, but nothing specific in terms of leaders or time periods. The presentation gives three major reasons for the Egyptian influence.
Concept of God in Hinduism
A three minute video that explains the religion of Hinduism and the various elements of it including the myth that Hinduism have many Gods?" The answer is that Hindus all believe in one Supreme God who created the universe. The video goes into detail about the religion and offers explanations that students can easily understand. A good video for the introduction of religion.
World's Best Natural Wonders - Mount Everest
Part of the BBC series - World's Best Places to See Natural Wonders takes a close look at the world's tallest mountain, Mount Everest. The video shows the location of the mountains, describes how the mountain was created, interviews a few people who have climbed it, tourism around the mountain, and animals that live in the ecosystem.(04:45)
Digging for Trilobites
On this segment of "Wonders of the West" a family travels to a quarry where they dig for their own trilobites. Several different types of trilobites are briefly discussed. (03:59)
Social Activism: 2011
Day of Action at Dickinson College on February 22, 2011
What does it mean to be a Person? Matters of Life and Death
Prof. John Wyatt : Course
GoNU.TV Game Recap - Men's Ice Hockey vs. BU - March 4, 2011
Northeastern outshot #13 BU, 41-27, but a late short-handed goal spoiled the Huskies attempt at a comeback on Senior Night at Matthews Arena. NU closes out the regular season tomorrow night at BU.
How to Make Your Dorm Room Livable
This video provides sugggestions for utilizing dorm rooms effectively. Some suggestions given are buying reversible extra-long bedding, raising bed to create storage underneath, and using rugs to create a warmer atmosphere. An actual dorm room and students are shown. ( Students attending boarding schools could also benefit from these suggestions.) ( 1:55)
6 Summary Waterlogged organic matter accumulates in deltaic, coastal barrier or raised mires to form peat. Coal forms by the compaction and decomposition of peat. Chemical changes imposed by increasing temperature and pressure over time determine the coal rank. Coalfields can be classified as either exposed or concealed, depending on whether or not the coal-bearing rocks are hidden by younger strata. In most coalfields, mining commenced in the shallower
Waterlogged organic matter accumulates in deltaic, coastal barrier or raised mires to form peat. Coal forms by the compaction and decomposition of peat. Chemical changes imposed by increasing temperature and pressure over time determine the coal rank.
Coalfields can be classified as either exposed or concealed, depending on whether or not the coal-bearing rocks are hidden by younger strata. In most coalfields, mining commenced in the shallower
15.082J Network Optimization (MIT)
15.082J/6.855J/ESD.78J is a graduate subject in the theory and practice of network flows and its extensions. Network flow problems form a subclass of linear programming problems with applications to transportation, logistics, manufacturing, computer science, project management, and finance, as well as a number of other domains. This subject will survey some of the applications of network flows and focus on key special cases of network flow problems including the following: the shortest path prob
Has Fairtrade Asked for Enough?
In this discussion event, a range of speakers look back over 15 years of the Fairtrade Mark and consider whether the movement for a fairer trading system has been ambitious enough. Is Fairtrade catalysing broader social change? Should Fairtrade be working with big corporates and retailers? Is Fairtrade moving producers up the value chain? Is it time to make the rules harder? Adam Brett co-founded Tropical Wholefoods, and is a director of Fullwell Mill, and the Out of this World UK healthfood ret
All the poetry you care to download is free for the asking at PennSound, a project of the University of Pennsylvania. From an office in Kelly Writers House www.writing.upenn.edu/~wh/, co-founders and co-directors Al Filreis and Charles Bernstein take viewers inside PennSound www.writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/. Listen to them on the PoemTalk blog www.poemtalkatkwh.blogspot.com/. Al Filreis' web log is at www.afilreis.blogspot.com/. Charles Bernstein blogs at http://epc.buffalo.edu/authors/bernste