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Workshop 4: On a Roll
The force of gravity makes a ball roll when it is placed on an incline. In this workshop, first-grade students roll balls of different sizes, masses, and materials down ramps of varying heights, comparing their speeds. The students then experiment by replacing the ramp with a cardboard tube, and try to determine how the tube must be oriented to allow the ball to roll, mu
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Johns Hopkins Story Swap - Election Night 2008.mp4
Max Dworin '11 -- with classmates Josh Ayal and Sam Lichtenstein -- recalls the energy and excitement on the night of this historic election.
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The Finance Crisis: Part Five
Melody Barnes, Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy at the White House, speaks with Robin Harding, U.S. Economics Editor for the Financial Times, about the strategies behind the Obama administration's policies for economic recovery at The Finance Crisis: Lessons Learned from Canada and the Way Forward conference at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, D.C.
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2.3 Effects on terrestrial vegetation

SAQ 13

Why do you think nitrogen is becoming increasingly available to terrestrial ecosystems in many parts of the world)


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Layers of the Atmosphere Rap
This teacher made video is a song about the layers of the atmosphere. It was designed for a sixth grade classroom and uses a familar tune from Kanye West.  The lyrics repeat the layers (stratosphere, mesosphere, thermosphere, ionosphere, and exosphere) several times in the song as well as listing a few features from each layer.  Run time 03:09.
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5.6 Younger Cover

The Younger Cover can be found covering a large part of England, and to a lesser extent, north-east Ireland, south-west Scotland, Arran, Mull, and the north of Skye. From the Ten Mile Maps and Author(s): The Open University

Understanding digital video metadata workflow
Efficiently track, search, and organize assets as they travel between Adobe Production Premium applications
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Marvin Rosen from WPRB| 04/02/10
Volunteer DJ Marvin Rosen, host of two shows on Princeton's university station WPRB, joins interviewer Susan Wallner for a podcast about the reinvention of new, accessible music from classically inspired traditions. His show "Classical Discoveries" aims to show people "the beauty of contemporary music" and to "illustrate that music brings us close. The show runs on Wednesdays.
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Coffee Break Spanish Magazine – Episode 206

We’re back with another edition of the Coffee Break Spanish Magazine. In this episode:

  • Alba asks, ¿adónde te irás de vacaciones este verano? – where will you be going on holiday this summer?
  • Mark joins Fernanda on a virtual tour of Venezuela;
  • and JP and Nahyeli answer Richard’s question about the difference between el mismo and lo mismo.

The free version of the audio programme for this episode is available through the
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The World in 2016: What can we expect?
We discuss the possible outcomes of a British referendum on EU membership, the perils of the American presidential election and how future trends will mould the English language
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Mitt Romney; Missile Study: The Week at Duke {in 60 Seconds}
Welcome to the Week at Duke University in 60 Seconds. Governor Mitt Romney spoke at Duke last week. He talked about his run for president in 2012, foreign policy and even his upcoming charity boxing match with Evander Holyfield. You can see the entire talk online. http://sanford.duke.edu/articles/mitt-romney-speaks-duke A new Duke study reports that 9 percent of adults in the U.S. who have a history of impulsive angry behavior also have access to guns. The study suggests that to prevent gun vi
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The Presidency and Civil Rights - Civil Rights: Then and Now
Ray Suarez, Allida Black, Charlayne Hunter-Gault, and Roger Wilkins discuss how the lessons learned from the civil rights movement 50 years ago inform the struggle for equal rights today and examine more recent landmarks including the Equal Rights Amendment, the Americans with Disabilities Act, "Don't Ask, Don't Tell", gay marriage, and immigration laws. This conference examined key moments in the civil rights movement during five American presidencies -- from Roosevelt to Johnson. A final pane
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ES.291 Learning Seminar: Experiments in Education (MIT)
This seminar explores experiments in education and discusses how education and learning might be done, through reading and discussion. This seminar is not a survey of experiments in education, but rather, its goal is to determine how learning should happen and what kinds of contexts allow it to happen.
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Italian Renaissance Artists
No narration of images of the statue of David that may be offensive to some, this two minute video shows the most famous works of the artists of this time period.
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2.3 Movie 7 - Jupiter's High Latitudes

Jupiter's High Latitudes

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#256: Eastern academies: The rise and rise of Asian universities

Higher education globalization expert Professor Simon Marginson examines the factors that have fuelled the inexorable rise of higher education in China and elsewhere in Asia. Presented by Eric van Bemmel.