UW 360 February 2011: UW Drama Costume Shop
Since the 1930s, students and staff have designed and made costumes at UW Drama's costume shop. Supervisor Josie Gardner gives us a behind-the-scenes look at how the costumes are made, and also how the shop preserves donations of historic clothing and costumes.
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The University of Memphis minute for the week of March 23, 2012.
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Duke Chapel Live - 2/22/2012 - Ash Wednesday
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Quel est l’impact des événements climatiques extrêmes sur les espèces ?

Science en Question: "Changement climatique et biodiversité"

Le Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, le GIS Climat-Environnement-Société et La Huit ont le plaisir de vous présenter leur co-production audiovisuelle grand public intitulée "Sciences en questions - Changement climatique et biodiversité", conçue et coordonnée par Anne Teyssèdre. En quelques minutes, une douzaine de scientifiques sélectionnés pour leur expertise, répondent à des
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THE100 Session 3 Spring 2012
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Two great war poets: Gurney and Owen - Jon Stallworthy & Jane Potter
Jon Stallworthy, Emeritus Professor of English Literature at Oxford University and Dr Jane Potter of Oxford Brookes University, discuss the lives of Ivor Gurbey and Wilfred Owen.
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How the Body Responds to Exercise
This video segment adapted from NOVA describes the effect of exercise on the body and defines one measure used to gauge aerobic fitness. VO2 max (maximal volume of oxygen uptake) is a measurement of how well the body gets and consumes the oxygen that muscles need in order to sustain activity. Learn how the entire cardiovascular system benefits from exercise and how the body's response to the demands of physical activity is a survival mechanism. (5:40)
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DIU d’épileptologie Nancy 2012 – Aspects électro-cliniques des crises épileptiques frontales.

Titre : DIU d’épileptologie Nancy 2012 – Aspects électro-cliniques des crises épileptiques frontales. Décrire les crises épileptiques frontales.
Intervenant(s) : Jean-Pierre VIGNAL (Service de neurologie – CHU de Nancy).
Résumé : objectifs
- apport de l’EEG, de la vidéo et de l’examen per-critique au diagnostic et à la compréhension des crises frontales
- apprentissage du raisonnement anatomo-électro-clinique appliqué aux crises frontales

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Connections with Randy Fertel
CONNECTIONS Since it began in 1990, the program has featured writers such as National Book Award winners, Tim O'Brien and Robert Stone, Pulitzer Prize winning poets, Yusef Komunyakaa and Henry Taylor, and Maryland Poet Laureates, Lucille Clifton and Michael Glaser. Connections readings offer the Southern Maryland community a chance to hear from and meet established and emerging local writers up-close-and-personal. In "The Gorilla Man and the Empress of Steak," Randy Fertel weaves the stories of
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The Blood Typing Game
This video provides a short explanation about the Blood Typing Game, where you can learn about human blood types and blood transfusions. Explore the Blood Typing Game here: http://www.nobelprize.org/bloodtyping The Blood Typing Game is based on the 1930 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, awarded to Karl Landsteiner for the discovery of human blood groups.
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Communications Forum - Documentary Film and New Technologies

Recorded on 3/20/12

Abstract

Emerging digital technologies are opening powerful new ways to create and even to reconceptualize the documentary film. How will handheld video cameras and ubiquitous open-source computing change the nature of documentaries? What are the implications for makers and viewers of documentaries of today’s unprecedented access to online editing and distribution tools, to an ocean of data never before availa
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It's about more than just what verb you use.
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A New Theory of Lightning
In this video segment adapted from NOVA scienceNOW, learn about how lightning is formed, and see scientists in action as they explore lightning under controlled conditions. A new theory of lightning formation, called "runaway breakdown," hypothesizes that cosmic rays trigger the process. See how researchers set up instruments to observe X-ray evidence to support this theory, and find out about another study that has gathered even stronger evidence. (5:14)
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This video segment from Between the Lions is a table top puppetry song that illustrates synonyms for the word “good” using a stage setting and opera singers. The featured synonyms for the word “good” include: fabulous, marvelous, splendid, fantastic, terrific, and swell. The soloist's favorite from this list is fabulous. This video segment provides a resource for Fluency, Vocabulary, Language and Vocabulary Development, and Phonological Awareness. (00:31)
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Music and the Brain: Depression and Creativity Symposium
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effects of depression on creativity. Joining Jamison were two
distinguished colleagues from the fields of neurology and
neuropsychiatry, Dr. Terence Ketter and Dr. Peter Whybrow. The Music and the Brain series is co-sponsored by the Library's Music Division and

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Jesse Jackson made it his life mission to end segregation. He was a leader and mentor to many groups and was a good friend to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In this video clip, Jackson talks about his speech stating that they needed to travel to Selma. (1:42)
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Muhammad Yunus discusses poverty
Muhammad Yunus asks who created poverty, and how we can work to eliminate it during his visit to Elon University on April 3, 2012 for A Convocation for Honors.
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