PHY195 Session 13 Spring 2012
Astronomy with Bruce Betts 05/09/12 The Big Bang
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This is an example of a student created short film.  You can see the different edits on Vimeo. This is the most recent edit. (3:12)
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Khan Academy: Chemistry 2 App for iOS
'Ximarc Studios Inc is proud to bring you Khan Academy Chemistry 2 (videos 21-40). Khan Academy Chemistry allows students to learn Chemistry through various videos which are downloaded directly on your iPhone or iPod touch and in the future to your iPad. Students can watch the video anywhere, anytime, all the time and NEVER be concerned about having access to the internet while you are going through a Khan Academy lesson.Ximarc Studios will continue to bring you great video lessons from the Khan
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Needs Assessment
Needs Assessment, A Step by Step Guide, is a straightforward approach to the process for conducting and implementing an organizational assessment of need. A clear teaching style for learning how to conduct a needs assessment presented in this volume. A narrative, along with videos, review questions, is included. The video presentations will be especially helpful for guiding the learner through the process of conducting an organizational needs assessment. A companion iBook is available for free f
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"Market Women's Cries" Poem by Jonathan Swift
A virtual movie (portrait sitting in chair with book) of Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) "reading" one of his much loved poems "Market Women's Cries". This poem is a good example of Jonathan Swift as  satirist. (1:12)
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4.5 WiFi network structure

A WiFi network can operate in one of two different modes: ad hoc mode or infrastructure mode

In an ad hoc network, stations communicate with each other directly, without the need for any intermediary or central control. This means that when one WiFi device comes within range of another, a direct communication channel can be set up between them. This is known as peer-to-peer communication. Additional devices can join the network, all communicating with each o
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Newton's Laws of Motion
This video shows the three laws of motion developed by Sir Isaac Newton and is done with excellent graphics.
The first law of motion, inertia, is when an object will not move or else move in a straight line unless an unbalanced force acts on it. The second law of motion states that force is the product of mass and acceleration; acceleration fo an object depends on the mass and magnitude of the force. (force=massxacceleration) The third law of motion is the law of action and reaction. In ev

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Sophie Calle -- Photography Lecture Series
Filmed March 30, 2011, as part of CCA's Photography Lecture Series, in Timken Lecture Hall on the San Francisco campus of California College of the Arts. NOTE: This lecture was presented in part by Pier 24 Photography (http://www.pier24.org/) which supports the CCA Photography lecture series by contemporary artists working primarily in photography; recent CCA lectures include artists Thomas Demand, Naoya Hatakeyama, and Paul Graham. Artists selected for the series engage CCA Grad Fine Art stud
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Learning about Balloons with Curious George
The children blow up helium balloons on a windy day and experiment with different weights to hold them down.  The first weight is too light and the balloon blows away.  The second weight is too heavy and balloon just stays on the ground.  The third weight is just right and the balloons float in mid-air.  The children also give a brief description of helium: "Helium is a gas that is lighter than air."
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2 How active should young people be?

Physical activity in childhood has a range of benefits, including healthy growth and development, maintenance of a healthy weight, mental well-being and learning social skills. It is particularly important for bone health, increasing bone mineral density and preventing osteoporosis in later life. Although there is only indirect evidence (compared with adults) linking physical inactivity in children with childhood health outc
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1.6.3 Mailing lists and newsgroups

Mailing or discussion lists are e-mail based discussion groups. When you send an e-mail to a mailing list address, it is sent automatically to all the other members of the list.

The majority of academic-related mailing lists in the UK are maintained by JISCMail You will find details of joining these mailing lists on the JISCMail website. Mailing lists are useful for getting in
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Paleontologist Song
This well-produced, short and catchy song uses great illustration and lyrics to explain what a paleontologist does (a scientist who digs up and studies fossils), for elementary age children. (02:58)
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Determination of quinine concentration and fluoresence quenching
A film by undergraduate chemistry students on the determination of quinine concentration and fluoresence quenching
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Cybersemiotic Design: a methodological purpose for digital design teaching
The paper aims to relate a specific aspect of the proposed methodology for digital design, presented on the PhD research called Cibersemi?tica e Processos de Projeto: Metodologia em Revis?o, developed at the University of S?o Paulo (USP), with the didactic experience conducted at the subject Representa??o e Cria??o Digital 2, developed at the Architecture and Urbanism Course of the Federal University of Campo Grande (UFMS), Brazil. The paper?s theoretical foundation is based on the cybersemio
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Understanding mindless criminality and poverty impacts of civil violence: Jaideep Gupte, IDS
Understanding mindless criminality and poverty impacts of civil violence. Sussex Development Lecture 3 November 2011 by Jaideep Gupte, IDS
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Reading in a World of Images

As part of the New York Public Library's "Live from the NYPL" series, Daniel Mendelsohn, Pico Iyer, and James Wood met on September 17 to discuss the place of criticism in a world increasingly dominated by film, television, and new media forms.


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Introduction

This is the second unit taken from Ouverture, a language course that concentrates on French as a tool for communication, but it also provides some insights into French society and culture through authentic printed, audio and video materials. It will be of interest to all those who want to improve their language skills in order to communicate mo
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3 Observation as a research tool

Observation is an important tool for all researchers and is frequently used to collect data in both quantitative and qualitative studies. There is much more to observation than just 'watching' and there are different types of observation techniques which can be employed. This is the focus of the two sections you are going to study in the next PDF.


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2.3 Use of instructions and diagrams

If you now compare Video 1 with Video 2 it is apparent that in Video 2 both Owen and his mother, Megan, are helping Joe learn an important lesson of a very different kind (without consciously attempting to do so). They are implicitly instructing Joe that diagrams have purpose and meaning in the context of building Lego models.

In Video 1 Megan does not draw his attention to the instruction diagram at all, although she herself glances at it from time to time. At the end of the video, whe
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