Cain shrugs off Reuters/Ipsos poll
Nov. 8 - Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain shrugs off a Reuters/Ipsos poll showing his support is declining among Republicans after a fourth woman accused him of sexual harassment. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Diversity Lecture: Jeannette Walls
Author Jeannette Walls speaks about the lessons she's learned since writing her book "The Glass Castle." Sponsored by the Bob and Aleicia Woodrick Diversity Learning Center at Grand Rapids Community College.
NTC begins reconciliation with Tuareg
Nov. 7 - Libya's interim authorities start reconciliation talks with the country's Tuareg nomadic tribes, who are considered of vital importance to regional security in Libya's oil-rich south. Nick Rowlands reports.
This square is dominated by Great Manshead Hill and is mostly peaceful moorland, without roads or buildings.
A Clemson Tiger Is Passionately Curious And We Earn Our Stripes
:30 Determined Spirit TV Spot for Basketball Season - Go Tigers! http://www.clemson.edu/
Millions of butterflies begin annual migration to Mexico
Nov. 22 - As Monarch butterflies migrate to Mexico's forested mountains in Michoacan, biologists fear droughts in the U.S. and Mexico will affect their numbers. Elly Park reports.
Veterans Day | Teachinghistory.org
This site features thoughtful lessons and resources for Veterans Day. The teaching ideas cross multiple disciplines and include teaching guides, quizzes, videos, and activities related to the history of U.S. Veterans.
The Jetstangs rap some lyrics to help people learn to use fractions, decimals, percents, ratios, etc. The four-minute video needs to be reviewed before showing to make sure it does not move too rapidly for students to follow. (04:07)
The Economist asks: What makes a happy workplace?
Anne McElvoy speaks to Gareth Jones, co-author of “Why Should Anyone Work Here?” and The Economist's Adrian Wooldridge about ways to keep workers content
Wine Rules: Tricky pairings of wine with Halloween treats
Oct. 28 - In this premiere episode of Wine Rules, Ray Isle, Executive Wine Editor at Food & Wine, shares a few creative tricks to pair Halloween treats with grown-up drinks.
Subtraction of Vectors given by Coordinates: Example 1
Illustrates the subtraction of two vectors via their coordinates and components. Then the result is checked graphically. The requirements on location are discussed. ccss common core HSN.VM.A.2 […]
Some of the lighter moments of SnowJam 2014, captured around the Georgia Tech campus on Tuesday, January 28, 2014.
Micro Local Business Enterprise Outreach
The Micro Local Business Enterprise Outreach Presentation from October 27, 2011
2011 Blue Devils Drumline
This video is from the 2011 drum corp, Blue Devils. The video could be used with a lesson for younger children about drums or percussion instruments, or inspire older students who are learning how to play the snare and tenors. (08:58)
The '43 Group and Battling Anti-Semitic Groups in Britian
This 15 minute video has interviews The 43 Group was an English anti-fascist group set up by Jewish ex-servicemen in the immediate wake of World War II when, on their return to London, they encountered British fascist organisations. The activities of these fascist groups included antisemitic speeches in public places, inciting racial hatred, and from the rank-and-file fascists, violent attacks on London Jews and Jewish property. The 43 Group worked to try and stop this hatred. A good video to sh
UNESCO gives Palestinians full membership
Oct. 31 - The United Nations' cultural agency decides to give Palestinians full membership of the body, a vote that will boost their bid for recognition as a state at the United Nations. UNESCO is the first U.N. agency the Palestinians have sought to join as a full member since President Mahmoud Abbas applied for full membership of the United Nations on Sept. 23. The United States, Canada and Germany voted against Palestinian membership. Brazil, Russia, China, India, South Africa and France vote
English conference: Sports Writing in the Internet Age
Mary Ullmer, the Sports Editor for the Grand Rapids Press, explains the difficulties of sports writing in today's world.
Refining technology for handheld diagnostic devices
When lives are on the line, every minute counts. Getting a quick and accurate diagnosis can mean the difference between life and death; however, in the developing world, doctors often lack the medical equipment necessary to determine the cause of a patient's illness. Hsueh-Chia Chang is leading a Notre Dame research team that is refining technology for a handheld diagnostic device that identifies the DNA of bacteria and viruses that cause specific diseases. With this type of tool, medical profe