Getting to Know the ACT
This video is a great introduction to the ACT. It informs learners about the semantics of each section of the ACT, tells why the ACT is important, talks about preparation, and taking the test. The video is appropriate for students starting at age 12 or 13 who may be starting their college search and will eventually take the ACT. It is never too early to start preparing, and the more comfortable a learner is with the test, the better he or she is likely to score! (03:31)

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DMC TV: Students Contribute to Ritz Theatre Restoration Effort
In the following DMC TV clip, DMC Instructor of Architecture/Drafting Technologies Laura Bennett shares details about an ongoing student project as part of the Ritz Theatre restoration effort.
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Weâ€™ve been publishing a daily word on Facebook and Twitter and each day weâ€™ve asked our Facebook friends and Twitter followers to post a comment using the word of the day, thereby practising their language skills. Last week our theme was love, in honour of St Valentineâ€™s Day, and as usual the Radio Lingua community has come up w
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Video on Subtracting Decimals - Math Help
Students learn to subtract decimals by first lining up the decimal points, then subtracting the numbers by column. They also learn to add zeros if the numbers don't line up evenly. Instructor uses a white board. Suitable for older elementary students.
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Multiplication 4: 2-digit times 1-digit number
In this video, the instructor shows how to multiply a two-digit number by a one-digit number. Instructor uses the Paint Program to demonstrate the points of his discussion. For third grades through sixth. (At one point instructor makes an error...he says that "anything x 1=9". However, minus that one error, the rest of the video is very good.)
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Anchises
Excerpts from a video of a collaborative performance piece by Jonah Bokaer and Harrison Atelier. Ariane Lourie Harrison is a visiting lecturer in SA+P's Department of Architecture.
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Management: Perspective and practice
This unit introduces you to a range of different ways of thinking about organisations and approaches to managing the people who work within them.
Author(s): The Open University

Fact and Opinion
This brief slideshowÂ shows the differences between fact and opinion. There is no narration--just music.
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Art news, reviews, and commentary without those nast side effects.Â  Art a GoGo...It's "Art Over Easy!"

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Reasoning Behind Day Light Savings Time
How the new daylight savings dates affect the economy and energy consumption and safety. A quick overview from this one minute video.
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Raise the Flag
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Introduction to the Xylophone
This video will give you a comprehensive introduction to the xylophone.
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Born October 7th, 1952 in what is now St. Petersburg, Russia, Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin joined the Russian intelligence agency known as the KGB upon his graduation from university. After his time as a spy, he began his rise to political prominence as part of Leningrad mayor Anatoly Sobchak’s government. He then joined Russian President Boris Yeltsin in Moscow at the Kremlin, and by 1999 became the Prime Minister and soon the acting President of Russia. During his time in power, he helpe
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Virtual Maths Data Handling - Light Survey, Example Of Light Intensity Activity in a Classroom
Virtual Maths Data Handling Light Survey exercise - , Example Of Light Intensity Activity in a Classroom, worksheet and activity resources
Author(s): Leeds Metropolitan University

Matrix Multiplication (Part 2) - Khan Academy
The instructor uses an electronic chalkboard to demonstrate Matrix Multiplication.  At the time of this posting from WatchKnow, this video was a Featured Video on YouTube. The instructor, Sal Khan, continues from Part 1 on multiplying matrices. The student or educator may want to open the video to 'full screen' as the instructor is using a black background and the writing is small. (14:37)
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Bomb Dropping Sea Worms/Rice Snorkels/Cell Battles
Shows video of deep sea worms and a defensive mechanism that allows the worm to release bioluminescent tissue. Also discusses adaptation of rice to avoid drowning and host cell infections by bacteria. This video could be used on animal adaptations and defenses as well as plant adaptations.
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Paul Maltby: Data (and digital) reform in government
In this IPR Masterclass in Public Policy, Paul Maltby - Chief Digital Officer at the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government - discusses how policymaking might be revolutionised by the implementation of digital methods. This Masterclass in Public Policy took place on 22 February 2018, and gave prospective students a taste of teaching on the University of Bath's new Masters (MSc) in Public Policy.
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United States Enters World War One
Using primary film clips, this video stresses the people and events that resulted in the United States entry into World War One. A quick summary of the war is also delivered. A word wall, map, and biographies of important people would help this video make more sense. It also shows how the treaty the Germans signed helps create a situation of unhappiness that results in the end of the Kaiser's reign.
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President Woodrow Wilson
President Woodrow Wilson served two terms. His first term concentrated on economic policy while his second term was engulfed with World War I.He is probably best known for helping created the League of Nations and being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. (1min)
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Virtual Maths - Numbers, 3D Cylinder simulation tool
Interactive simulation tool demonstrating the formula for calculating the volume of a 3D cylinder
Author(s): Leeds Metropolitan University