A Boy and His Toys - a Narrated eBook
This is a narrated eBook with images about a boy who loses his toy and goes on a journey. The words appear on the screen as they are being said. (06:41)
Global Firms in the Industrializing East
Singapore has transformed itself into an economic powerhouse along the Pacific Rim. In the early 1960s, multinational companies attracted by a highly skilled and cheap labor force turned Singapore into a major manufacturing center. Just a generation later, companies in Singapore delegate labor-intensive work to Malaysia and Indonesia while bringing in new business in research, development, and finance. (27:49)
Children's Story - Cosmo The Boat Cat
This video might be better serve its audience by having the words on the screen for its younger viewers. Nice illustrations. (06:32)
The experiences of visitors to Hawaii, Malaysia, and Borneo are shaped by the tourist industry. Hawaii has the most mature industry, the product of decades of development that preserved little of its indigenous culture; Malaysia is following a similar path. Borneo is developing "ecotourism," catering to more intrepid travelers. The paradox of tourism offers opportunities for local development yet can destroy native cultures and environments. (27:43)
Green seaweed attached to the rock and exposed during low tide
Seaweeds have unique adaptations to help them survive intense wave action. Sea weeds lack true roots, stems, and leaves, but are anchored by root like structures. Seaweeds are important producers and provide food and shelter to many animals.
Liquid Assets: Community Participation/Activism
This video segment from a WPSU documentary Liquid Assets explains the problem that the city of Pittsburgh faces in terms of its watershed management and the work being done by an environment group in helping its citizens deal with it.
The guarantee - writing an accompanying letter in in French
Writing an accompanying letter in order to make use of a product guarantee.
The Trouble with Topos
Students learn how to identify the major features in a topographical map. They learn that maps come in a variety of forms: city maps, road maps, nautical maps, topographical maps, and many others. Map features reflect the intended use. For example, a state map shows cities, major roads, national parks, county lines, etc. A city map shows streets and major landmarks for that city, such as hospitals and parks. Topographical maps help navigate the wilderness by showing the elevation, mountains, pea
Sliders (for High School)
In this hands-on activity, students learn about two types of friction static and kinetic and the equation that governs them. They also measure the coefficient of static friction and the coefficient of kinetic friction experimentally.
Chlorine Monoxide from new Microwave Limb Sounder on Aura (WMS)
Chlorine monoxide (ClO) in the atmosphere as measured by the Microwave Limb Sounder (MLS) instrument on NASAs Aura satellite. MLS can simultaneously measure several trace gases and ozone-destroying chemicals in the upper troposphere and photosphere. In this series of animations we present chlorine monoxide (ClO), hydrogen chloride (HCl), nitric acid (HNO3), ozone (O3), water vapor (H2O) and temperature measurements. These are first light data taken when the MLS was operated for the first time. C
Inheritance of Blood Groups
Fact-sheet with worked examples on the inheritance of blood groups (ABO only). Useful to show genetic crosses.
Nonlinear optical microscopy and its use for imaging of long-range patterns of orientational order i
Nonlinear optical microscopy and its use for imaging of long-range patterns of orientational order in material and biological systems
Araona Crater (Iturralde Structure)
The Araona Crater (also known as the Iturralde Structure) is a suspected crater from an impactor which struck northern Bolivia approximately 20,000 years ago. The feature is believed to have been caused by a short period comet striking at 70 kilometers per second and splattering into the muddy alluvial flood plain in the Lower Amazon jungle. The impact created a circular depression which is now roughly 8 kilometers across and 3 meters deep. The structure was discovered in 1988 Landsat data, but
The Psychology Of Emotions, Feelings and Thoughts
This book makes the statement that thought, action and feeling can occur in any order. "Action turned into feeling, which caused you to think and therefore turned into thought. Thought, action […]
Beer and peer pressure: Luisteroefening
De gedachtengang volgen in interviews over verstandig drinken
Thailand Election 2011: New Mandala's early predictions - Farrelly and Walker
New Mandala Co-Editors Dr Nicholas Farrelly and Dr Andrew Walker give their early impressions on which way the Thailand 2011 election might go. This video was recorded at 6pm (Canberra time) on the day of the election before the polls closed in Thailand. Farrelly and Walker will be back with another video later in the evening. You can follow all the action through regular updates on New Mandala: http://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/newmandala
Thailand Election 2011: New Mandala's post result wrap-up - Farrelly and Walker
New Mandala Co-Editors Dr Nicholas Farrelly and Dr Andrew Walker analyse the outcome of the Thailand election in the second and final video update of election night. This video was recorded at 11.30pm, Canberra time. In this video Farrelly and Walker talk about the result, Twitter's role in informing people, coalition partners, the future role of Thaksin Shinawatra, what's ahead for Yingluck Shinawatra and how their earlier predictions stacked up. For more on the politics of Thailand and South
A Cognitive Perspective on Emotion
There is a different version of this book titled "The Psychology of Emotions, Feelings and Thoughts" that is online at cnx.org/content/col10447 except one difference is this book has more […]