Resonance: Radio, Wineglasses, Opera Singers and Cycles
Resonance is the quality of transmitting even tiny signals between systems that are tuned to the same frequency. Given that cycles of common period are found pervading many different disciplines, perhaps an explanation may be found in resonance. An example is the 160 minute (and associated 80 minute cycle) cycle, found in biological systems, outer planetary spacings, the rotation rates of planets, asteroids and binary stars, solar oscillation and flux and galactic cores. A cosmic pervading vibra
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6.3 Devices for automatic control
Are you a technophobe? Bluetooth, Ethernet WiFi – are they terms that mean nothing to you? This unit will gently guide you to an understanding of how devices 'talk' to each other and what technologies and processes are involved. You will also look at wired and wireless communication technologies, introducing you to some of the key methods involved.
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An International Education
Two Thai universities are interested in hosting Auburn student pharmacists for educational opportunities, starting as early as fall of 2012.
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Sociologie des groupes et des interactions

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Conférence enregistrée le 20 juin 2011 à l'IFSI à Arras.


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Beyond Kampala: The State of State Practice on Aggression
Second Panel session of the Beyond Kampala conference. Panellists for this session are; Astrid Reisinger Coracini (Researcher and Lecturer at the Institute of International Law and International Relations of the University of Graz and member of Austrian delegation at the ICC Review Conference), Bill Wilson (recent member of the Scottish Parliament). Moderator: Deborah Ruiz Verduzco (PGA).
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Southern California False Color Time Lapse from SeaWiFS
Transitions between relatively cloud free scenes of Southern California, using true color land and clouds with false color-chlorophyll water images, all from SeaWiFS
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Blacks in the Military: Civil Rights
With an overview of Civil Rights, this three minute video gives insights into the relationship between World War Two and the call for the end of discrimination. (3:12)

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Web 2.0 - What is it and how do we use it?
In this video you see phrases that change in order to explain what web 2.0 is. There are images of different web pages and you have to read the explanations. (4:37)
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Art In History "Discovery Through Creativity"
Introductory Video showing the 'Art In History' program for classroom teachers.
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Geography Tutor - Types of Maps and Map Projections
Professionaly Created Video- Discover this fascinating series which targets the specific and critical areas of geographic knowledge defined by educators as profoundly lacking in today's students... (3:13)
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Greed Does Not Pay
This animated tale tells the story of a man who died and became a swam with golden feathers. He tries to help his family but his wife was too greedy and she is left with nothing.
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Battle Of Midway - WWII in colour
This is part from WWII in colour series. This one deals with the Battle Of Midway. All footage is in color and in good quality.
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Corruption in Business and Government
This video is accompanied by text. "In the decades between the end of the Civil War and the turn of the twentieth century, new technologies, cheap immigrant labor, maturing methods of industrialization, and a mechanized, streamlined transportation system of railroads and steam-powered ships proved a formula for astoundingly rapid growth in the business sector. Government, however, could not keep pace with these changes. Governments were naive about business and the ways that individuals and comp
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Graphing Inequalities with Two Variables
Just like equations, sometimes we have two variables in an inequality. Graphing inequalities with two variables involves shading a region above or below the line to indicate all the possible solutions to the inequality. This video clip explains how to  graph inequalities with two variables by using some of the same techniques used when graphing lines to find the border of our shaded region. (1:42)
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Who Invented Geometry?
A brief video explaining that geometry was invented or formalized by the ancient Greeks about 4,000 years ago. A math teacher explains who invented geometry using a whiteboard as a visual in the video.  The narrators speech is shown as text on the bottom of the screen.  

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Who Invented Division?
In this video a mathematics instructor explains that division was invented thousands of years ago, but was formalized by the ancient Egyptians. The mathematics instructor discusses who invented division and the division process.

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History of the Time Line of Mathematics
This lesson by a mathematics istructor explains that the time line of mathematics begins more than 50,000 years ago with the Neanderthal man.  The instructor shows and explains a time line of mathematics on a whiteboard. (02:46)

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Who Were the First People to Use Math?
A mathematics instructor explains that the first people to use math were the ancient people of prehistory. Learn about the origin of math and who were the first people to use math. (02:16)

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Who Invented Calculus?
In this video learn that calculus was invented by either Newton or Leibnitz in the late 17th century.  A mathematics instructor uses a white board to aide in his presentation about who invented calculus and discusses their methods. 

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