California State University - Prep for Academic Life/CDIP
This website is a teaching commons resulting from a partnership between MERLOT and the author of the site. Other MERLOT partner communities can be found here: http://www.merlot.org/merlot/index.htm?action=communities''The Chancellor’s Doctoral Incentive Program (CDIP) is designed to support promising doctoral students with a passion for becoming faculty members for the diverse student population in the California State University (CSU) system.What is the CDIP Communit
How To Do Lunges For Aerobic Exercise
Watch and learn from our expert about doing some simple lunge exercises for aerobics in this fitness video on doing aerobic exercises.
Sarajevo hoses down following night riots
Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Following a third night of rioting in Bosnian capital Sarajevo, the city hoses down government buildings that were set on fire by protesters furious about jobs situation. Gavino Garay reports. More Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, nationa
Greenhouse Gas Lessons
Set of climate change lesson plans for grades 4-6
Polis Journalism Conference 2013 - Trust In Europe - 14:00 - Session 3 [Audio]
Speaker(s): Nik Gowing, Asun Gomez, Kelly Evans, Jonty Bloom | 1000 - How to build trust in your journalism? Speakers: Ruurd Bierman, Cilla Benkö, Trushar Barot. What can news media organisations do in the digital age to build the confidence and engagement of their audiences? 1230-1300 - How to use social media for journalism. Speakers: Yasmine El Rafie, Nadja Hahn. What can journalists do with social media to improve their journalism? 1400-1500 - Trust In Europe. Speakers: Nik Gowing, Asun Gom
Little Power Houses – Animal Cells
All the animals on earth, including us, are made from thousands of
millions of cells. Each one of these cells has a specific function and a
collection of cells form tissue, which in turn forms an organ. Although
different in function, every animal cell has a similar structure.
Cells are enveloped by a thin membrane that protects the protoplasm
and organelles inside it. The most important of the organelles is the
nucleus, which is like the cell’s brain an
Islamic Month of Ramadan
Video about the ninth month of Ramadan, the month that the Q'uran was revealed to the Prophet Mohamed. Discusses fasting, hijab, and devotion in spite of location. Run time 02:02.
Aeneid 10 (1, 58-66)
Here we learn more about Aeolus and the winds.
Religión y Cultura (2011)
Aproximación al conocimiento universal del hecho religioso, las ciencias que los estudian y sus autores. Identificar las caracteristicas más relevantes de la modernidad y postmodernidad. Disponer de elementos que proporcionen un espíritu crítico ante el hecho religioso del entorno. Identificar el lenguaje religioso universal: mitos, ritos y simbolos de la sociedad actual. Comprenderlos como expresiones primarias del psiquismo humano y su aplicación a la pedagogía del hecho religioso. Acced
"Hugo Chavez y la Realidad Venezolana de Hoy"
A talk by Teodoro Petkoff, prominent Venezuelan politician, journalist and economist. From the Center for Latin American Studies.
Computer Basics : What Is ISO?
ISO, or the International Standards Organization, sets the standards for computer file formats related to images and files. Archive files onto a CD or optical disk as an ISO image with help from a certified computer technician in this free video on computers.
The adoption of modern contraception in rural Ethiopia: a biocultural approach
A School of Anthropology departmental seminar from 29 November 2013 by Alexandra Alvergne of ISCA, University of Oxford
Biography: Albert Einstein, Part 1
There are six parts to this series. This five minute video shows his life with photos. It explores his married life and first wife. Video does mention his marrying his cousin. His sons are shown and their problems explained. The video ends with his becoming famous and the first super star of the scientific world at that time.
Clara Barton and the Founding of the Red Cross
A 1:45 video of Clara Barton who was a teacher, but suffered a nervous breakdown and went back to school and turned to helping others who were injured and sick at a time before women had rights. Good images.
How Religious Were the Founding Fathers?
Gordon Brown gives a lecture about this topic. A good insight into the part religion played in the early part of America as the people were religious and how various groups grew. However, some major leaders were not religious. Well worth watching.
Scientific Expeditions 2013
Dr. Michael J. Novacek, Senior Vice-President and Provost of Science and Curator of Paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History, highlights some of the scientific expeditions led by Museum scientists throughout 2013. Fly with him around the world via Google Earth, where he and colleagues dig up ancient fossils, excavate artifacts of past civilizations, survey living animals and their habitats, and analyze their discoveries with the help of new state-of-the-art technology. For more in
Dan Phillips Phoenix Commotion Paradigm (1 of 3)
Dan Phillips of Huntsville, Texas is a catalyst for a new
way of building houses for low-income populations out of recycled building materials.
His organization, Phoenix Connection, has brought back homesteading for many poor people to increase security, pride of accomplishment, and quality of life, while saving the environment.
Going Green with Dan Phillips (1 of 4)
A story about Dan Phillips of Phoenix Commotion, a company that helps the working poor build houses out of recycled materials.
Anatomy: Central Nervous System
This video, from StudyBeat.com, is for older middle school students and high school students. The central nervous system is told through animation.
LumaStream- Brandon Craver and Bryan Calhoun
http://www.youtube.com/user/StPetersburgCollege LumaStream- Brandon and Bryan Calhoun About St. Petersburg College: In 1927, St. Petersburg College (then known as St. Petersburg Junior College) became Florida's first private, non-profit, two-year school of higher learning located in downtown St. Petersburg. Full accreditation followed in 1931 and in 1948 SPC became a public college. In June 2001, SPJC officially became St. Petersburg College when Florida's governor signed legislation makin