Why Sweating Cools You Down - Khan Academy
Sal Khan discusses the sweat on our skin on a molecular level. (04:29)
Wrong Statements in Proofs, Example 1 - Khan Academy
Example of working through this module. (02:49)
Fill-in-the-Blank Triangle Proofs, Example 2
Sal Khan works through this example in a little more than six minutes.
Rethinking assessment (UCL)
Think university assessment is only about exams and essay-writing? Think again. Dr Chiara Ambrosio (UCL Science and Technology Studies) is using creative forms of alternative assessment in her Science, Art and Philosophy course. On a topic of their choice, students conduct a literature review, create a poster with images and text and then present their findings to their peers. This form of assessment engages a wide range of skills and challenges students beyond the traditional modes of essays an
Australia athletes slipping, but coaches cashing in
Aug. 10 - The land down under is suffering its worst performance in the pool since 1976...while Australia's coaches are getting paid big bucks in China and the UK for gold medals.
Alex Maier discusses the battle to beat the malaria parasite
Dr Alex Maier of the Research School of Biology in the ANU College of Medicine, Biology and Environment discusses the global battle to beat the malaria parasite, which still kills almost a million people each year. This video accompanies a feature in the Spring 2012 edition of ANU Reporter, the quarterly magazine of The Australian National University. To read the article go to: http://news.anu.edu.au/?p=16511 To view an online version of the magazine: http://issuu.com/anureporter/docs/anu_repo
El amor ciego - cuento Toba de Argentina
Un cuento popular del pueblo Toba de Argentina - dos jóvenes tobas se encuentran enamorados, pero son perseguidos fuera de su ciudad por sus compañeros. Esta historia narra los orígenes del "palo borracho" árbol en Argentina. Bueno para los estudiantes principiantes y intermedios de español. 1:08
Technicolour jelly lets you cook up an edible piano
Read the Full Article here: http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/nstv/2012/04/technicolour-jelly-lets-you-cook-up-an-edible-piano.html Don't forget to subscribe!
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Discussion of Ethical Issues in Biomedical Data Sharing
By: ucsd_idash Speakers: Kenneth Goodman, PhD. (Univ. of Miami), Mary Deveraux, Ph.D. (UCSD) UCSD iDASH Biomedical Data Sharing Workshop July, 2012
Filmeducatie : Lessen in het donker Met je leerlingen naar een educatieve film? Op 37 plaatsen in Vlaanderen kan het! Maak je keuze uit de aangeboden films en reserveer. Je krijgt er ook pedagogische dossiers bij!
Met je leerlingen naar een educatieve film? Op 37 plaatsen in Vlaanderen kan het! Maak je keuze uit de aangeboden films en reserveer. Je krijgt er ook pedagogische dossiers bij!
Jamaican Seafood at Little Ochie's
While jerk is a hallmark of Jamaican cooking, much of the island's cuisine is based on its bounty of seafood. At Edward "Blackie" Christian's restaurant, Little Ochie's, in Manchester on the south coast, locals and tourists alike sit in one of the beached fishing boats and feast on grunts, goat fish, jacks, snapper, parrot fish, shrimp and spiny lobster that is prepared in one of the ten different ways that he's developed. He shares some, but not all of his secrets with us. For recipes, visit h
By: UCReX San Diego This short video provides an introduction to the UCReX Data Explorer tool.
Elon's Drumline and the Fight Song
With camps well underway, the Fire of the Carolinas drumline was out practicing the Fight Song the morning of August 21, 2012, at 10 a.m. outside the entrance to the Center for the Arts.
Things to do for new international students at Concordia
http://concordia.ca/now | http://concordia.ca/newstudent Student blogger David Adelman provides tips for new international students at Concordia, and speaks to returning students about what it was like to be an international student in a new country.
Foster Recreation Center Ribbon Cutting
Missouri State University celebrated the new Bill R. Foster and Family Recreation Center with a ribbon cutting ceremony Aug. 20. As the new hub for healthy living on campus, the LEED-certified building features three basketball courts, an aquatics center, climbing wall, and fitness and cardio equipment. The ribbon cutting celebration featured remarks by Dr. Earle Doman, vice president of student affairs, Interim President Clif Smart, SGA President Paige Oxendine and Brent Dunn, vice president