Discover Psychology - Dr. Emily Cross
"So You Think You Can Dance? The neuroscience of dance learning and enjoyment" Friday October 12, 2012 PC-155
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Registration Tips and Tricks
Tips and tricks to help you register for classes at SUNY Oswego. For more information, visit http://www.oswego.edu/registrar
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Positional Words---On In Under By Song
This cute song teaches the prepositions on, in, under, and by. This is a great resource to introduce and/or review positional words in the early childhood classroom. (1:23)
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Dr. Laura Landweber - "Epigenetics: Rewriting the information in DNA"
"Epigenetics: Rewriting the information in DNA" Dr. Laura Landweber - Princeton University, Dept of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Global DNA rearrangements occur in many cells, including several forms of cancer. The phenomenon is most exaggerated in some single-celled organisms known as ciliates. I will show how RNA molecules can provide a scaffold to orchestrate these DNA rearrangements, unveiling a new role for RNA in the cell. This provides an example of epigenetics, a term that describes
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Dr. Ralph Pudritz - "From First Stars to First Life"
"From First Stars to First Life" Dr. Ralph Pudritz - McMaster University, Origins Institute, and Physics & Astronomy How did life arise on Earth? Are we alone? These are among the oldest and most profound human questions. Life as we know it requires rocky planets that have liquid water and carbon rich molecules such as amino acids -- the building blocks of proteins. All of these basic ingredients for life are the products of the formation and evolution of stars. This talk will trace the remarka
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Nelson Mandela: Mini Bio
This Biography Channel video clip, gives a short biography of world humanitarian, anti-apartheid activist, and South African president, Nelson Mandela. (6:44)
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Geraldine the Giraffe Learns About /Ww/
In this cute video, Geraldine the Giraffe learns about the letter /Ww/. She learns to say the sound correctly and looks for things in her house that begin with /Ww/. She finds a wolf, a block of wood, a wallet, and Prince William. This is a great resource to introduce and/or review alphabet letters and sounds in the early childhood classroom. (4:01)
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Ninjawords Dictionary App for iOS
'Ninjawords is the simple, fast and deadly dictionary for the iPhone.Ninjas are three things:1. They're smart2. They're quick3. They're deadly accurateNinjawords was built on these principles. We made it because we saw that the low-cost dictionaries on the App Store are slow, cluttered, and all use the same bad data source for their definitions.Ninjawords takes a different approach. We use awesome, fresh, high quality data with more words and synonyms than you can throw a ninja star at. And best
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21F.501 Beginning Japanese I (MIT)
This course covers Lessons 1 through 6 from Japanese: the Spoken Language, Part 1 (by Eleanor H. Jorden with Mari Noda, Yale University Press, 1987), providing opportunities to acquire basic skills for conversation, reading and writing. The program emphasizes ACTIVE command of Japanese, not passive knowledge. The goal is not simply to study the grammar and vocabulary, but to acquire the ability to use Japanese accurately and appropriately with increasing spontaneity. Students learn Hiragana
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FONDAZIONE STUDIUM GENERALE MARCIANUM (http://www.marcianum.it)
Inserito nel progetto culturale della Chiesa Cattolica Italiana, lo Studium Generale Marcianum è il polo pedagogico-accademico del Patriarcato di Venezia. Ci...
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Rare Seahorse Filmed for the First Time
October 11, 2012 — The rare West African seahorse has been filmed in the wild for possibly the first time. Researchers hope to learn more about the species and help create a more sustainable trade in the animal. It's estimated that around 150 million seahorses are sold annually for traditional medicine worldwide. (01:13)
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JMSB's SIPC Webinar with Bob Willard, Corporate Sustainability Strategies Expert
Bob Willard, Corporate Sustainability Strategies Expert, presents as part of the David O'Brien Centre for Sustainable Enterprise's Webinar Series at Concordia University's John Molson School of Business.
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Diana, Princess of Wales: Mini Biography
Lady Diana Spencer became Princess of Wales when she wed Prince Charles on July 29, 1981. After years in the public eye and a difficult divorce, she died tragically in a car accident in Paris on August 31, 1997. In this video clip, learn more about the life of Princess Diana. (4:17)
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Lift Experiment
In this experiment, learners investigate how the size of a wing affects lift. Learners count the number of pennies an egg crate plane wing can hold until the plane will no longer fly. Learners calculate the amount of weight/mass added to plane and conduct two more trials to find the average weight/mass lifted. This lesson guide includes a data table, conclusion questions, and extension ideas.
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The second Space symposium- learning spaces
This presentation discusses the various elements that deem enterprise education spaces as fit for purpose
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Sociocultural Women's Health Standardized Patient Case and Student Guide

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The Sociocultural Women’s Health Standardized Patient (SP) exercise is designed primarily for third-year medical students, but can also be utilized by other health pr
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Build 2012 Hackathon Kickoff

The Build hackathon is underway and loads of developers are hard at work creating apps for Windows 8, Windows Azure and Windows Phone 8. I stopped by just as they kicked off and caught some of the pre-event excitement. Take a look!


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Eclipse Flipbook
In this activity, learners make flipbooks of drawings showing the progression of a Total Solar Eclipse. Learners can use images of an eclipse or have lenticulars available so they can observe the real thing. Learners can also hypothesize about the appearance of the corona.
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Exploring Magnetic Field Lines
In this activity, learners explore the magnetic field of a bar magnet as an introduction to understanding Earth's magnetic field. First, learners explore and play with magnets and compasses. Then, learners trace the field lines of the magnet using the compass on a large piece of paper. This activity will also demonstrate why prominences are always "loops."
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Reuters Asks: Obama or Romney?
Nov. 2 - Reuters asks economists and traders who they think will win the election, and what impact that will have on global markets.
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