Scary Movies: Know When Kids of all Ages Are Ready
This video shows the negative effects that scary films can have on unprepared children. The video has interviews and suggestions to help parents and teachers understand the difference between fact and fantasy. Children under seven are in need of more protection. The video also offers many suggestions on how to deal with children and make sure they stay away from these videos. The video also points out that even high school students may be at danger by watching videos of unsocial activities and t
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The Leeds Sustainability Institute
For more details please visit http://www.leedsmet.ac.uk/research/leeds-sustainability-institute.htm
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SeaWiFS Ocean Views on a Globe
By monitoring the color of reflected light via satellite, scientists can determine how successfully plant life is photosynthesizing. A measurement of photosynthesis is essentially a measurement of successful growth, and growth means successful use of ambient carbon. Until now, scientists have only had a continuous record of photosynthesis on land. But following three years of continual data collected by the SeaWiFS instrument, NASA has gathered the first record of photosynthetic productivity in
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HIV/TB Co-Infection: Initial Management
HIV/TB Co-Infection: Initial Management, a 38-minute presentation by Dr. Chris Behrens. This module uses the case study of an Ethiopian HIV patient to explore when to initiate HIV antiretroviral therapy in HIV/TB co-infected patients, using three recent research studies and the WHO guidelines to inform that choice.
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Kids Gardening Themes
We use gardening as a vehicle for encouraging children to make good food choices, augmenting classroom studies with experiential learning, building a love of nature, stimulating social interaction, facilitating cultural exchange, and more. Each of the following topics in our Thematic Explorations Library features scads of classroom stories, curriculum connections, "how-to" articles, related Web sites, and more. We hope they will inspire you to cultivate curious learners.
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Artemia observation
This organism is microscopic and does not cause disease and can be beneficial as a food source for other aquatic animals. A mm square grid is used to observe the measure of length of this organism.
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An Overview on the Therapeutics of Hypertension
This module provides an animation on an overview of therapeutics on hypertension. This material describes an interaction between a patient, Mr AA and a clinical pharmacist. Mr. AA, a 55 year old obese man, visits his general practitioner for a monthly review and is diagnosed with hypertension. He is very worried because his uncle died of hypertension recently and wants to know much about hypertension hence the GP refers him to a clinical pharmacist. The pharmacist then describes the causes, risk
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Global View of the Seasons (Interactive)
By measuring subtle differences in light that result from varying concentrations of plant life around the world, scientists are able to better understand Earth. These false-color images provided by the Sea-viewing Wide Field-of-view Sensor (SeaWiFS) Project provide visual representations of the concentrations of plant life in the oceans and on land. In this interactive activity produced for Teachers' Domain, learn how the distribution of Earth's vegetation changes over the seasons.
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The Cross: Our Only Hope
Rev. Thomas P. Doyle, C.S.C., vice president for student affairs speaks about the Cross as our only hope.
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Love is Senseless (A Sermon on Luke 15: 1-32)
This video clip provides a sermon on the topic of love is senseless. The sermon is on Luke 15: 1-32 first preached by Father Dave at Holy Trinity Dulwich Hill on March 10, 2013. (15:11)
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Aaron Wildavsky Forum on Public Policy: Economic Possibilities for Our Children
Speaker: Lawrence H. Summers, Professor & President Emeritus, Harvard University In this lecture, Professor Summers examines the 50-fold change over the last generation in the relative price of services and goods, such as hospital care and TV sets. These pricing results illustrate the profound changes taking place in modern economies. The character and extent of the changes wrought by information technology will force dramatic changes in the organization of economic life over the next generatio
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Endocrine Disruptors: Is Exposure Harmful? - Sheela Sathyanarayana, MD, MPH
"Endocrine Disruptors: What Are They? Are They Harmful? How Do We Measure Them?" Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) are used in a variety of consumer products and industrial settings. Many EDCs are high production volume chemicals, making them ubiquitous in our environment. Numerous studies show that the majority of the general population is exposed to EDCs, but studies of human health impacts are limited. This session will focus on sources of exposure, biological exposure measures, and pot
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Introduction & Welcome
Introduction: David Farrell, University Archivist, The Bancroft Library Welcome: Elaine Tennant, Director, The Bancroft Library Beata FitzPatrick, Associate Chancellor -- Chief of Staff
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XSLT transform GUI with SharpDevelop IDE
Hannes Hirzel
It is shown how to program a simple GUI with SharpDevelop to do XSLT transforms.
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1 The quick and the dead – the minded and the non-minded

Two of the most fundamental contrasts we draw are between living and non-living things – the animate and inanimate – and between things with minds or mentality and those without. Rocks and chairs are pieces of inanimate matter; they are not just dead, they are the kinds of things that can never have been alive, at least not in their present form. Plants, however, are living organisms, as are animals. But while plants are alive they do not have any kind of mental life. Their activities inc
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Learn the Alphabet with the Alphabet Cars
Young learners will enjoy learning the letters of the alphabet with the Alphabet cars. Car sounds and horns introduce each letter of the alphabet and the letter name is said with the letter visual on the screen. This is a great resource for home or for school. (3:41)
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Alan Simpson On Wyoming People
In this History Channel States video clip, Alan Simpson, former U.S. Senator of Wyoming, talks about the population in his discussion about Wyoming. He thinks it's the people of Wyoming that make this state special, as they are deeply involved in state's issues. (02:07)
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Transfer of Power
Once Presidents are elected there is about a 70 day transition period where many important steps take place. They choose cabinet members and began making important steps into leading the country. In this video clip, host David Eisenbach goes into more depth with the process where one president transfers their duties of office to the next president. (3:53)
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HUM310 Session 2 Summer 2012
The Power of Masks with Bill DeLuca
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Chem 51C (Spring 2012): More Reactions of Enols and Enolates
Spring Quarter 2012, Lecture 11 for Chem 51C: Organic Chemistry recorded on Thursday, May 10. Items covered: Ch. 23 and more reactions of enols and enolates.
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