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Classroom Multimedia Instruction Video
This video instructs UR faculty and staff in how to operate classroom multimedia systems.
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New BPS Culinary Science Degree Launching!
Check out the latest exciting addition to the CIA bachelor's degree universe launching in the 2012-13 academic year—the Bachelor of Professional Studies in Culinary Science! http://www.ciachef.edu/BPS
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Classic Preschool Songs EPISODE 1: Camels & Duct Tape
This is the first "Sing & Play With Russ" episode. Video could be used as lesson breaks or indoor recess time with preschool and kindergarten children.  Songs include "If You're Happy and You Know It" with unique verses, "Alice the Camel" (number recognition), and "Duct Tape." (10:03)
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Counting 1-10: A Song for Children
This is a counting song that shows the numeral, the word form, and a visual representation of numbers 1-10.  (01:15)
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Happy Holidays
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#ARTBURST 2012: Bell choir in Young Dining Hall
Queens Professor Meg Johnson of the Music Therapy program conducts the Frances J. McClain Music Therapy Bell Choir as they perform holiday favorites assisted by Queens students. See more #ARTBURST clips: http://blogs.queens.edu/arts-at-queens
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A return to Brookwood
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Session 1: Metric - Visits

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website visits wordle imageThis session introduces you to the website visits metrics, otherwise referred to as 'Visits' in GA.

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Session 2: A short introduction to data analysis

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Data Analytics wordleOnce you have collected data about your website's performance, your next task will be to turn raw numbers and percentages into meaningful information.

This is the process of analysis.

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How Insulin Works
By: trevbt Scientific American entry for Iron Egg Head demonstrating how insulin works in the body. SciAm2012
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Interior View of an Artist Studio at the Hermitage in Brookville, Indiana
The Hermitage in Brookville, Indiana has hosted many of the state’s most celebrated artists. J. Ottis Adams and T.C. Steele bought the home in 1898 and Steele’s wife, Libbie named it. Artists, William Forsyth and Otto Stark, were frequent visitors. This view shows one of the artist studios at the Hermitage.,Franklin County Journey
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A family face-off over Singapore's F&N
Nov. 20 - A multi-billion dollar deal over F&N is set to become Southeast Asia's biggest, and has put the spotlight on the wealthy regional dynasties going head to head over the Singapore-based conglomerate.
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Varian Acuity Simulator comes to McMaster
Third-year students in the Medical Radiation Sciences Collaborative Diploma/Degree Program demonstrate how to use the new Varian Acuity Simulator, located in the Institute for Applied Health Sciences on the University's main campus. The technology is designed to offer world-class learning opportunities in the field of cancer radiation treatment to McMaster and Mohawk College students.
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Waiter Brain Break
Energize your students every 25 minutes or so!  This high school class helps to demonstrate "the waiter" brain break.  (01:16)
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Palm Tapping Energizing Brain Break
Can you count 2, 3, and 1?  Over and over?  These high school students help demonstrate the palm tapping brain break.  (01:21)
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Entering China
Thunderbird School of Global Management Professor Mary Teagarden, Ph.D., talks about market opportunities in China. http://www.thunderbird.edu
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Hoosier Cabinets
The Hoosier Manufacturing Company in New Castle dates back to 1898. Between 1899 and 1942 it was the nation’s leading cabinet manufacturer. Today, Hoosier Cabinet is a generic term for all such wooden self-contained movable kitchen units.,Henry County Journey
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Diving deep into C++ /CX and WinRT | Build 2012

Learn all about the new component extensions to C++, that help target the Windows Runtime Library. Learn when to use WRL directly and when to use the components extension. This talk is for you if you want to understand all the nitty-gritties of the language, semantics and best practices when creating your own WinRT component for reuse in your Windows Store Apps.

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Meet Kyle Zobeck
Get an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at goaltender Kyle Zobeck as he runs drills for a photo shoot for VALPO Magazine. To learn more about Kyle, go to http://valpo.edu/valpomag and read his story about excelling in the classroom and on the field at Valparaiso University.
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The University of Memphis Study Abroad trip to London and Berlin.
The Department of Political Science at the U of M has a study abroad opportunity as part of a class on state formation and national identities in Europe. Contact mkaelbrr@memphis.edu for more information.
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