This processed color image of Jupiter was produced in 1990 by the U.S. Geological Survey from a Voyager image captured in 1979. An artist's conception of Jupiter's magnetic field as it is stretched out by the solar wind is also featured. The images are accompanied by a brief description and history, ...
"Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Data Acquisition and Analysis, Fall 2008"
" This team-taught multidisciplinary course provides information relevant to the conduct and interpretation of human brain mapping studies. It begins with in-depth coverage of the physics of image formation, mechanisms of image contrast, and the physiological basis for image signals. Parenchymal and cerebrovascular neuroanatomy and application of sophisticated structural analysis algorithms for segmentation and registration of functional data are discussed. Additional topics include: fMRI experi
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The Impact of mobile learning
Phase one of MoLeNET (2007/08) involved 75 colleges and 18 schools, approximately 10,000 learners and 2,000 staff, in 32mobile learning projects. The Learning and Skills Council provided funding for h...
048 American Stories: Paintings of Everyday Life, 1765–1915: Winslow Homer's Civil War
October 12, 2009–January 24, 2010
Distinguished Civil War scholar James McPherson comments on Pitching Quoits and The Veteran in a New Field, two of the Winslow Homer paintings in the exhibition "Am
Counting Sheep Numbers 1-10
Practice counting numbers 1-10 with counting sheep. This is a basic review of one-to-one correspondence. A cartoon slide shows sheep added to the field as the narrator counts the sheep. "Farmer in the Dell," plays in the background. (1:11)
Meteorology - A General Overview
This NASA-produced film (7:09 min) describes Earth's weather and the field of meterology.
The History of Gargoyles
MEET ME AT THE CORNER, Virtual Field Trips for Kids travels to Salvadori Center for Architecture in New York City. Our young host leans learn about the history of gargoyles in architecture.
What is the magnetic field?
The Tabletop Explainer is an intermittent educational video. Explains what magnetic field lines are, which way they go, and they work. This is a basic video that gives a brief lesson.
North Dakota Flag and Anthem
North Dakota's dark blue field displays a bald eagle holding an olive branch and a bundle of arrows in its claws. In its beak, the eagle carries a ribbon with the words "One nation made up of many states". The shield on its breast has thirteen stars, representing the original thirteen states. The fan shaped design above the eagle repre
Magic School Bus Plays Ball
Join Ms. Fizzle and the class as they travel inside a storybook and onto a frictionless baseball field as they learn more about friction. This Magic School Bus video will address the following two concepts: (1) Forces are pushes or pulls that change how things move. and (2) Once moving, things keep moving until forces change or stop their motion. Run time 22 minutes.
Charlotte Bronte "Mementos" Poem animation
Here is a virtual movie of Charlotte Bronte (1816-1855) reading from her much loved poem "Mementos" . First Published under her nom de plume 'Currer Bell' in 1846.
Using a Line Integral to Find Work Done
This instructor in this video explores ussing a line integral to find the work done by a vector field example. The instructor uses computer software for demonstration. The screen is dark with small writing, so the viewer may want to open the screen to 'full screen'. The instructor is clear and easy to understand.
MacMost Now 390: Understand Memory Use with Activity Monitor
http://macmost.com/ You can use Activity Monitor to see how your Mac is using memory. But what do free, active, inactive and wired mean? How about page ins and page outs? Discusses virtual memory. Plus, learn to use them to figure out if you need more memory. (4:29)
Women's Rights in the 1800s
This video is accompanied by text. "The spirit of reform was prevalent in the field of women's rights. Many women played a central role in a wide range of antebellum moral crusades—especially in support of temperance and the abolition of slavery—and their experiences in a male-dominated culture led to the first American feminist movement. This era witnessed the beginning of the quest for equality between the sexes, but the chief strides were made decades later..." (Professionally produced ma
"Jabberwocky" a poem by Lewis Carroll from Through The Looking Glass And What Alice Found There
Heres is a black and white virtual movie of the photographed head of Lewis Carroll, lying on a couch, head resting on his fist, reading his much loved poem, "Jabberwocky." The poem is read superbly by Justin Brett. The lyrics can be pulled down from the description box (top right). (1:26)
What Does It Take to Be a News Reporter?
In order to be a news reporter, a person usually needs a
bachelor's degree in journalism or a related field, and they usually
need to be able to meet deadline and think quickly on their feet. Learn about the changing qualifications for unconventional journalism on the Internet with help from a journalism professor in this video.
Interview with Children's Poet Bobbi Katz
MEET ME AT THE CORNER, Virtual Field Trips for Kids takes you to the Poet's House, a library in New York City, to meet award winning children's poet Bobbi Katz. Learn about the various forms of poetry and what goes into making a poem. Explains the form of poetry called pantoon.
Links to fun websites and a Learning Corner of questions and extended activities for kids. (6:51)
Golden Rectangle - A Virtual Manipulative
The Golden Rectangle is a plot created by starting with a rectangle, chopping off successive squares, and drawing quarter circles with a radius equal to the side of the square that was cut.
The center of the spiral is obtained by intersecting a diagonal of the largest rectangle with a diagonal of the second-largest rectangle.
Using this virtual manipulative you may:
-Pause the plotter
-Clear the plot
-Turn the outer rectangle <
Windows 1.0 to Windows Vista - Microsoft Desktop History
I start up Virtual Machines of Windows 1.0 to Windows Vista.
Windows 1.0 - Announced November 1983
Windows 1.0 - Released November 1985
Windows 2.0 - Released December 1987
Windows 3.1 - Released April 1992
Windows 95 - Released August 1995
Windows 98 - June 1998
Windows 98SE - Released May 1999
Windows 2000 - February 2000
Windows ME - September 2000
Windows XP -