Nathan Glazer on democracy and diversity
Harvard sociologist and noted public intellectual, Nathan Glazer, presents the 2009 Seymour Martin Lipset Lecture entitled Democracy and Diversity: Dealing with Deep Divides.
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¿Qué hora es? – Telling Time (part 1)
Using SER and numbers to tell time in Spanish. Learn all of the basics about telling time in Spanish. This video lesson should complement any beginner level text that deals with telling time including all the vocabulary words associated. This is a great resource for ELL students and students learning Spanish. (6:36)
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Response to Ethical Issues in Biomedical Data Sharing
By: ucsd_idash Speaker: Mary Deveraux, Ph.D. (UCSD) UCSD iDASH Biomedical Data Sharing Workshop July, 2012
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Teaching secondary music
This free course, Teaching secondary music, will identify and explore some of the key issues around teaching music in secondary schools. Through coming to understand these issues and debates, you will reflect on and develop your practice as a music teacher and develop a greater awareness of the wider context of music education and how this affects music in the secondary school curriculum.Author(s): Creator not set

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Techquity: Apple gets a shot in the 'ARM'; Amazon gets boost
Dec 18 - ARM Holdings, which makes chips for Apple's iPhone and iPad, launched a new security standard for smartphones that can speed up e-commerce transactions to record speeds.
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Solving Radical Equations - Yay Math
The video demonstrates techniques for solving radical equations. White board in a class setting, some interaction, engaging, several examples of increasing complexity. The discussion is clear and understandable.  Produced by Robert Ahdoot, yaymath.org
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Virtual Maths, Shapes, Space and Measure, Calculate Height of Building guide
Guide to calculating the height of a building
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Beginnings of Civilization
A slide presentation about the origins of Civilization. There is information about the first cities and a lot of vocabulary related to the topic. (No narration but lots of text and graphics)

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Orphan Works 4: Types of Works Subject to Any Orphan Works Legislation
As described in the Office's previous Notice and many of the responding comments, orphan works remain a pervasive issue in copyright law. While the issue cuts across all creative sectors, the unique challenges posed by photographs have long been an obstacle to developing an effective orphan works solution. Photographs and other works of visual art may lack or may more easily become divorced from ownership information, especially in the age of social media that has largely transpired since Congre
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How to Use "Trip WOW!" (Create Slide Shows)
Trip WOW! is a free slide show creation Webtool that is run by the travel site, Trip Advisor. While it was intended to make cool slide shows of people's vacation pictures - it works great in the classroom as well. There are two themes and lots of great music to accompany the pictures. Quick and painless way to make an amazing presentation. This is a great resource to help enhance technology instruction and use in the classroom. (4:34)
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Spanish Por vs. Para Rap
This student made music video includes a rap song that will help students learn the difference between por vs. para! Examples are provided on the screen but not the entire lyrics. Run time 04:00.
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Claude Monet: A Collection of 1540 Paintings (HD)
This may be good for students in a study hall or entering an art classroom. Claude Oscar Monet was born in Paris on November 14, 1840. Soon after, his family moved to Le Havre, where he spent his youth. His acquaintance with Eugène Boudin lead to Monet seriously pursueing his education as a painter in 1858. Boudin and Jongkind taught Monet to always work in the field in front of his motif. The following year Monet went to Paris anyway to begin academic training. (02:08:21)

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Arctic Ice Mostly Gone by 2019? Video
GreenlandData released this week by researchers who spent three months this spring measuring ice on the Arctic Ocean suggests that the North Pole could be largely open sea in summer within a decade—and ice free by 2029.
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Sales Skyrocket at Duke Bookstores After Championship Win
Many Duke University students, staff, alumni and Durham residents are eager to by memorabilia to celebrate the basketball team's national championship win. Management at the university bookstores expects sales to increase by about 50-percent this year due to the championship win. For more information, visit http://today.duke.edu/2015/04/championsales Website: http://duke.edu YouTube: http://youtube.com/Duke Google+: http://plus.google.com/+dukeuniversit... Facebook: http://facebook.com/DukeUni
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The Solid Earth - Environmental Science
A professor (Dr. Pal Tackley) Department of Earth Science at UCLA narrates how the solid interior of the earth affects the outer layer through mountain ranges, volcanoes and plate tectonics. The speaker uses a lecture format but the video has good photographs of the processes. Run time 02:54.
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News #139 - Going From Failure To Achieving Your Spanish New Year’s Resolution
2014 is here. It’s a new year and a fresh start to the Spanish learning season. Millions have made their resolutions. Many will start Spanish for the first time. Most will give up after one month. But you? You’re mastering Spanish this year. How? With the help of SpanishPod101.com. [...]
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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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2.2 General features of higher-order nucleic acid structure

Polynucleotide chains are intrinsically flexible molecules and have the potential to form many different higher-order structures. Their flexibility derives from rotation around bonds in the sugar-phosphate backbone (Figure 3b). In vivo, the structures that form are obviously determined by both the proteins that synthesise the nucleic acid chains (polymerases) and the ancillary proteins that bind to and modify them. We will discuss these aspects of structure later in this unit. What dri
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OPSE 301: Introduction to Optical Science and Engineering
The purpose of this course is to provide a survey introduction to optics principles and their elementary applications. It is directed to junior level students in engineering and applied physics. This course has both lecture and laboratory components. The prerequisites for the course are the sophomore level core-calculus and core-physics courses required of all engineering and science majors at NJIT.
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10.8 The media and public understanding of the MMR controversy

Hargreaves, I., Lewis, J. and Speers, T. ‘Towards a better map: Science, the public and the media’, Economic and Social Research Council.

As we saw in the coverage of the story itself, the MMR issue is often compared to the BSE/CJD crisis, both stories involving potential risks to the public initially denied by both government and mainstream science. And there is no doubt that the BSE controversy framed much of the MMR coverage. Andrew Wakefield may be something of a voice in
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