Arthur's Lost and Found Read-Aloud (Narrated by Kevin Bacon)
This read-aloud is Arthur's Lost and Found written and illustrated by Marc Brown. In this episode, Arthur and Buster get lost when they take their first bus ride downtown to go swimming. But during the ride they are so busy talking, reading, and sleeping that they miss their stop. Then they spend all their money on a snack and need to put their heads together to find a way home. The narrator is Kevin Bacon and words appear at bottom of s
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Gretchen am Spinnrade
This is a video of sheet music (including lyrics) of Schubert's Gretchen am Spinnrade; includes vocals and piano accompaniment.  This would be useful for singers learning this piece. Run time 03:55.
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Exploring History: Medieval to Modern 1400 - 1900
Ever wanted to understand the key themes driving over five hundred years of European history? In this album, architecture reveals the social, religious and economic fortunes of some of the most influential people between 1400 and 1900. By the end of the 19th century Queen Victoria presided over the vast British Empire. She looked out from London, the heart of her empire, with its buildings echoing Imperial Rome. Brussels’ architecture, like London’s, was also designed to show the world the p
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All materials included in this course are derived from content originated at the Open University.

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This course helps you to explore the extent to which death and dying in western societies are medical events and what aspects of death and dying might be neglected as a consequence. The course covers the way that such things as medicine provide the context of the experiences associated with the end of life.

This OpenLearn course provides a sample of level 2 study in Health & Social Care. If you found this interesting, take a look at the Open University module Death, Dying & Bereave
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3 The acquisitive model of learning

(Please refer to Reading 3: Models of the learning process, by Mary Thorpe) What happens when we learn? I shall explore three explanations, or models, of learning which attempt to answer this question. These three models have particular strengths and weaknesses. The point is not to choose between them, but to consider which one has the 'best fit' for different kinds of learning.

The three models are introduced in turn, and each is followed by an activity that invites you to apply the mo
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How to Secure a Wireless Internet Connection
Wireless connection should be secured so that only authorized people can access the network. Find out how most wireless configuration utilities are browser-based-go to a specific web address and you will be able to access the settings. (03:59)
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Measuring Our Underground Water Supplies from Space
Matt Rodell spoke about his research on the measurement and modeling of freshwater availability based on ground and satellite observation. Improving understanding of the variability and changes in soil moisture, snow, and groundwater has implications for weather and climate prediction, water management, agriculture applications and natural hazards such as floods. For transcript, captions, and more information, visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=6611
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New images show interior of Kenya's beseiged university campus
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LSE Festival 2019 | Developing Urban Futures [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Jo Beall, Professor Ricky Burdett, Professor Alcinda Honwana, Dr Philipp Rode | Following on from the Developing Urban Futures Urban Age Conference orgainised by LSE Cities in Addis Ababa in November 2018, this event will explore urban dynamics in rapidly changing Sub-Saharan African cities, and discuss how current models of planning and governance succeed or fail, addressing specific urban conditions on the ground. Continuing population growth and urbanisation will add 2.5
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#28 Basic Modulation : How to Modulate into Another Key
In this lesson I explain what modulation is and introduce the very basics of modulating. Also, I explain what an Applied Dominate is and how to use it in your composing. Knowing your Circle of fifths is VERY important so if you aren't familiar with it yet, go check out my lesson # 9 which covers the circle of fifths. Music theory is fun! woo!
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eMarketing: The Essential Guide to Online Marketing
eMarketing: The Essential Guide to Online Marketing by Rob Stokes, a marketing guru and CEO of Quirk eMarketing, Sarah Blake, and his team of QuirkStars, consolidates 11 years of real marketing experience doing online marketing at Quirk into a full length textbook that draws on both academic theory and practical experience. It is intended for third and fourth year marketing students, this textbook covers all of the important aspects of online marketing, including chapters on each of the followin
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Norse Mythology: Day and Night, Sun and Moon

At first the world was a dark and gloomy place, even with the great open sky.  The Gods had to create the sun and the moon.  They also had to invent day and night to make his time better.  Night was the daughter to Narfi, she was beautiful creature.  Night and her second husband had a daughter named Earth.  Night and her third husband named Dawn and they had a fair hair shining sun named Day.  The sun and t
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The Preposition Song
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Wanna Be An 8?
Begins with advertisement.  Classic Sesame Street snippet featuring Ernie.  A creepy character wants to sell Ernie an 8 so he can remember that an octopus has 8 legs and that he eats breakfast at 8:00.  (2:59)
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Watch & Learn: Invented Spelling
In a Connecticut suburb, first grade teacher Carol Spinello turns a spelling lesson into something of a game. (4:42)
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2.2.1 Phenylketonuria

The classic example of population screening is testing new-born babies for phenylketonuria (PKU). Individuals with PKU fail to make a protein, a certain enzyme, and develop mental retardation. The absence of the enzyme results in both an accumulation of phenylalanine, which causes the mental retardation, and a deficiency of tyrosine in the body, as shown in Author(s): The Open University

Repositories for open education, a reflection and look forward for EPrints
Repositories for open education, a reflection and look forward for EPrints - Kelly Terrell Keywords:edshare , oer , open education , open education resource , eprints
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3.6.2 Exponential increase: bacteria

Bacteria are single-celled organisms. Many different types of bacteria exist and they populate almost every environment on earth, from deep oceans to soil to human intestines. Several bacteria are beneficial to us: for instance, our gut bacteria can help to break down foodstuffs that we would otherwise find difficult to digest. However, some bacteria produce harmful toxins and if they grow in an uncontrolled way in our bodies this can have serious health consequences.

If a bacterium is
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Helium Is Lighter than Air Using Bubbles Demonstration
Demonstrating that helium is lighter than air with bubbles that rise. Watch David Richardson from the Institute of Physics demonstrate these fascinating, yet simple physics experiments that you can replicate in class. (1:30)
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