I'm the Biggest Thing In the Ocean by Kevin Sherry
A puppet show of Kevin Sherry's I'm the Biggest Thing in the Ocean performed by the Salt Lake City Public Library.
15.015 Macro and International Economics (MIT)
15.015 Macro and International Economics focuses on the policy and economic environment of firms. This subject divided in three parts. The first part of the course is a study of the closed economy and how monetary and fiscal policy interacts with employment, GNP, inflation, and interest rates. Next, the course provides an examination of national economic strategies for development and growth and recent financial and currency crises in emerging markets. Finally, the course addresses the problems
Discovering Devonian Microfossils
Microfossils are small, fossilized remains of organisms (animal, plant, or protozoa) that require magnification for study. They usually derive from the hard parts of organisms (skeletons, shells, jaws, teeth, seed coverings, etc), and may be imbedded in rock or exist as loose particles within soft substrate. Research studies of microfossils provide insights into ecological and evolutionary relationships among plant and animal communities that existed on earth hundreds of millions of years ago. M
The story of India - amazing BBC documentary series part (4 of 7)
9:16 The tales of tribes in Sanskrit. The Story of India is a BBC TV documentary series, written and presented by historian Michael Wood, about the 10,000-year history of the Indian subcontinent in six episodes. Language is discussed.
The story of India - amazing BBC documentary series part (2 of 7)
9:16 The Story of India is a BBC TV documentary series, written and presented by historian Michael Wood, about the 10,000-year history of the Indian subcontinent in six episodes.
Combining Like Terms
Roman Architecture The Pantheon
Professor Kenney Mencher (Art History Stone Age Technology through the Early Renaissance) www.kenney-mencher.com. An analysis of Classic Roman Sculpture from the Republican Period to the Empire. The Pantheon (from Greek:meaning "to every god") is a building in Rome, Italy, commissioned by Marcus Agrippa as a temple to all the gods of Ancient Rome, and rebuilt by Emperor Hadrian in about 126 AD. (10:32)
How to Build A Road (Interactive)
The Alaska Highway is a stretch of road that runs 1,520 miles from Dawson Creek, British Columbia to Fairbanks, Alaska. Its construction began in 1942 in the discontinuous permafrost zone, where the soil is frozen solid in some places and boggy in others. In this interactive activity from the American Experience Web site, learn about the unexpected geology and weather-related challenges faced by Army road crews as they built over frozen earth and swampland in the midst of changing temp
Infrared Gallery (Interactive)
All objects emit infrared radiation -- the hotter an object is, the more intensely it radiates infrared wavelengths. Human eyes cannot see these wavelengths, but with the help of false-color imaging, temperature differences become visible and invisible features are suddenly illuminated. In this interactive gallery produced for Teachers' Domain, see what hydrothermal features and other objects look like in both visible and infrared light.
Lewis & Clark Expedition
This video tells the story of the Lewis and Clark expedition. In 1804 Jefferson sent a team to explore lands acquired in the
Louisiana Purchase. The Corps of Discovery will travel nearly 8,000
miles over three years, reaching the Pacific Ocean and clearing the path for westward expansion. The video uses animation and provides a brief overview of what they found. ( 1:46)
Louisiana Purchase Doubles U.S.
This video explains the background of how Thomas Jefferson was able to buy 800,000 square miles from the French, stretching from the Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains. The video also explains how the land actually belonged to the Native Americans occupying it.
The story of India - amazing BBC documentary series part (3 of 7)
The Story of India is a BBC TV documentary series, written and presented by historian Michael Wood, about the 10,000-year history of the Indian subcontinent ...
James Garfield's Presidency
President James Garfield was and outgoing and a well-read man, although he had a weakness in policy making. In this video clip, watch the events unfold as President James Garfield's involvement in civil service reforms leads to his assassination. (3:53)
Stephen Walt discusses U.S. - Middle East policy || American Conversation Essentials
Harvard Kennedy School professor Stephen Walt discusses U.S.-Middle East policy as part of the American Conversation Essentials series.
Job Play: Lighting Designer (Interactive)
Students will play the role of a lighting designer to understand that the lighting designer creates stage lighting for performances and that one needs to understand how the electrical components are connected. This animated interactive job exploration experience connects schoolwork with real work and familiarizes students with skills needed to become a lighting designer for the theater.
Comparison of Methods to Detect Neoplasia in Patients Undergoing Endoscopic Ultrasound-Guided Fine-N
By: gastro@scivee Dr. Michael J. Levy discusses his manuscript, "Comparison of Methods to Detect Neoplasia in Patients Undergoing Endoscopic Ultrasound-Guided Fine-Needle Aspiration." To view the print version of this abstract, go to http://bit.ly/JFj28u.
Tour Oklahoma's Marland Estate
Steel and oil tycoon, E.W Marland spent over five millions dollars building and decorating a house that he only lived in for thirty days in Ponca, Oklahoma. Marland was forced out of his own company, and never lived in the main house again. In this video clip, take a look at the Marland Estate. (3:53)
Shockwave: Hotel Roof Collapse
Firefighters battle a blaze in an Oklahoma City hotel. Suddenly a hunk of a burning roof collapses and a fireman is swallowed by flames. In this video clip, learn more about the Oklahoma City hotel roof collapse. (3:27)
Ann Curry's Oregon
In this American History video, brought to you by the History Channel, Dateline NBC co-anchor Ann Curry talks about growing up in Oregon. She mentions the political debate she was exposed to as a kid and how Oregon is truly a home for visionaries. (1:39)
Tacoma Narrows Bridge Collapses
In this video clip, provided by a newsreel from November 7, 1940 watch as the Tacoma Narrows Suspension Bridge collapses due to wind-induced vibrations. (1:17)