Aboriginal Dream time story
Science Nation - There Are No Limits in This "Universe Quest"
By: nsf They moved from classroom to observatory to beach, learning about astronomy, video games and digital photography. Twenty-one sixth- through tenth-grade girls from the San Francisco Bay area spent a week at "Universe Quest" Summer Academy, a camp promoting scientific exploration. Some of the girls have always been hooked on math and science, but for others, it's a brand new adventure.
Colors of Concordia student report
http://concordia.ca/now | http://coloursofconcordia.com Since 2003, the Colors of Concordia has been dedicated to encouraging and promoting projects that help bring about a greater understanding between cultures. Consisting of students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends, the Colors of Concordia participates annually in Montreal's Tour de l'Ile, a 50-km bike tour of the city. Student journalist David Adelman reports on the June 3, 2012, event.
Course Threads: Risky Business: The Politics of Health
The Course Thread Program allows UC Berkeley undergraduates to explore intellectual themes that connect courses across departments and disciplines. Without creating new majors or minors, the program instead highlights connections between existing courses. Course Threads help students see the value in educational breadth while also pursuing a more in-depth and well-rounded knowledge on one particular topic. Course Thread topics include: Human Rights, Cultural Forms in Transit, The Historical & Mo
Gauge Pressure, Absolute Pressure, and Pressure Measurement
Cómo lavarse las manos (en español)
Para evitar algún contagio del virus de influenza porcina, es necesario saber que medidas de higiene tomar. (1:23)
ISS Update - June 6, 2012
The International Space Station video update for June 6, 2012.
Science Bulletins: Human Footprint
Humans leave a mark on Earth that is detectable from space. By analyzing satellite images, scientists can measure the extent of deforestation, agriculture, urbanization, and other features. Satellite analysts estimate that humans directly affect 83 percent of our planet's land surface, leaving a dwindling percentage of land truly "wild." This huge influence is called the "human footprint." The Pearl River delta near Hong Kong is a dramatic example of the human footprint. Humans have continuousl
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Concordia 2012 Golf Classic tournament
http://concordia.ca/now David Adelman, a student reporter in Concordia's Department of Journalism, attended the 2012 Concordia Golf Classic, hosted by Advancement and Alumni Relations. The annual golf tournament has raised more than $3 million towards bursaries.
Concordia researchers feted
http://concordia.ca/now On June 5, 2012, researchers from Concordia University were honoured with awards that recognize outstanding accomplishments in different fields of scholarship. The evening celebration saw the presentation of the University Research Awards, the Petro-Canada Young Innovator Award, four new awards by the Centre for Academic Leadership, and the induction of eight Concordians into the Provost's Circle of Distinction. Read about the recipients of the University Research Award
How to release other activities only after a lesson is completed
This video will show you how to ensure that a lesson activity is completed before the rest of the course is made availaible to students.
Venus transits the sun.
On June 5 2012, the Solar Dynamics Observatory collected images of the rarest predictable solar event--the transit of Venus across the face of the sun. This event lasted approximately 6 hours and happens in pairs eight years apart, which are separated from each other by 105 or 121 years. The last transit was in 2004 and the next will not happen until 2117. Footage courtesy of Goddard Space Center
PHRGE presents the Honorable Albie Sachs
In February 2010, the Program on Human Right and the Global Economy welcomed the Honorable Albie Sachs, retired justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa. From a young age, Justice Albie Sachs played a prominent part in the struggle for justice in South Africa. As a result, he was detained in solitary confinement, was subjected to sleep deprivation and eventually injured by a car bomb that cost him an arm and the sight in one eye.
Design Thinking at IDS
The Getting Sorted project at Leeds Metropolitan.
The Getting Sorted Enterprise Unit specialises in participatory research with children and young people with type 1 diabetes, their families and healthcare professionals. The aim of this is to develop, influence and enhance service redesign and service improvement in the UK. Our vision is to enable young people with a long-term condition to achieve their optimal health through combined research and enterprise. We work with young people, their families and professionals to deliver a high quality
Money, War, and 2012
Chrystia Freeland talks to Steve Clemons, the Atlantic's Washington Editor-at-Large about money, war, and the 2012 election.