Windows XP Assessment Test for Beginners
The test is based on Self Assessment so a student may sure how much he really knows about Windows XP fundamentals. The Assessment Test contains all kinds of questions from True / False, Yes / No, Objective Type to Match Making. The better you score better you will succeed in your life. The module contains ...
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Windows on war
In this video - a look at a remarkable collection of Russian propaganda posters from World War II. This collection gives a unique insight into a nation determined to defeat the Nazis at all costs.
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Seventeen Moments in Soviet History
Debates have raged for years over whether the Soviet legacy was best characterized by its successes or its crimes. Was Lenin's revolution one of history's great events, later perverted by Stalin; or was the October Revolution, which rejected God, dispossessed large segments of the population, and made the entire people subject to the state, flawed from the moment of inception? Rather than answering the question, we hope with this web site to help students and readers understand the more complica
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Views from Windows
This OLogy activity challenges kids to put their imaginations to work in order to gain a new perspective on perspectives. The activity begins by telling kids that how they see the world depends on two things: where you're looking from, and how fast you're moving compared to the speed of light. They are then asked to print one or more of four window frames and fill in each with an illustration that captures the scene's height and velocity. The window frames are: your bedroom window, a speeding ca
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Hot Colors- Windows into Hidden Worlds
The extreme environments of the thermal areas of Yellowstone are rich in microorganisms. These tiny life forms, existing in complex ecosystems, offer scientists clues to the origin of life on our planet. This electronic field trip allows students to explore the dangers and wonders of the hidden worlds of Yellowstone's hot colors.
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By the People, For the People: Posters from the WPA, 1936-1943
This is a collection of 900 boldly colored and graphically diverse posters produced as part of FDR's New Deal. These striking silkscreens, lithographs, and woodcuts were created to publicize health and safety programs; cultural programs including art exhibitions, theatrical, and musical performances; travel and tourism; educational programs; and community activities.
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Positive Posters
Lesson involving examination of the qualities students value in other people. Includes a group activity where they write positive messages about their classmates on posters.
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Women at work WWII 1943
Edited from the 1943 US Government film "Manpower" to recruit women into factories for the war effort, issue of equal pay for similar work, ergonomics, and child care are highlighted.
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Windows to the Universe
This site explores the Earth, planets of our solar system, and the universe. It includes images, animations, and data sets, and information about books, movies, scientists, and myths.
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Windows Movie Maker in the English Classroom
Ready to revolutionize the book report? Give students the chance to enter into literature, concepts, biographies, and more in their own creative way: video editing. Free and simple software such as Windows Movie Maker make it easy for students to quickly become pros and to turn formal presentations ...
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Cold War: Soviet Dissolution - part 5/5
1989 - 1991 The U.S. proves the stronger, the Soviet Unon implodes. Germany is reunified. Shorn of its empire and communist domination, Russia faces its future with its economy in chaos. The balance of terror that has kept the peace for more than 40 years vanishes. The Cold War has ended without the use of nuclear weapons.
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Cold War: Soviet Dissolution - part 4/5
1989 - 1991 The U.S. proves the stronger, the Soviet Union implodes. Germany is reunified. Shorn of its empire and communist domination, Russia faces its future with its economy in chaos. The balance of terror that has kept the peace for more than 40 years vanishes. The Cold War has ended without the use of nuclear weapons.
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Cold War: Soviet Dissolution - part 3/5
1989 - 1991 The U.S. proves the stronger, the Soviet Union implodes. Germany is reunified. Shorn of its empire and communist domination, Russia faces its future with its economy in chaos. The balance of terror that has kept the peace for more than 40 years vanishes. The Cold War has ended without the use of nuclear weapons.
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Cold War: Soviet Dissolution - part 2/5
1989 - 1991 The U.S. proves the stronger, the Soviet Union implodes. Germany is reunified. Shorn of its empire and communist domination, Russia faces its future with its economy in chaos. The balance of terror that has kept the peace for more than 40 years vanishes. The Cold War has ended without the use of nuclear weapons.
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Cold War: Soviet Dissolution - part 1/5
1989 - 1991 The U.S. proves the stronger, the Soviet Union implodes. Germany is reunified. Shorn of its empire and communist domination, Russia faces its future with its economy in chaos. The balance of terror that has kept the peace for more than 40 years vanishes. The Cold War has ended without the use of nuclear weapons.
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Reagan tells Soviet jokes
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Sow the Seeds of Victory! Posters from the Food Administration During World War I
This lesson tells how Herbert Hoover, head of the new U.S. Food Administration, convinced Americans to conserve food during the Great War. Homeowners were urged to sign pledge cards to conserve food. Many observed wheat less Mondays, meatless Tuesdays, and pork less Saturdays. This website presents posters that helped carry one of the messages of Hoover and the Wilson administration: that Food will win the war.
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Introduction to Microsoft Windows XP
Windows XP is a computer operating system and graphical user interface GUI which enables you to work with a wide variety of programs on your computer often simultaneously. Windows XP is itself a special computer program that communicates your instructions to the actual computer hardware and displays the results. This manual covers: Using the mouse; Working with the desktop; Using windows; Working with applications; File handling.
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Transforming Biotechnology Manufacturing: Adapting Technology to a Changing Environment

Scientists are working to develop new medicines for some of the world’s greatest health challenges. For biotechnology medicines, innovation extends from discovery and development into manufacturing. Developing new ways to manufacture complex proteins, monoclonal antibodies and peptibodies on a commercial scale is a critical step in delivering on the promise of biotechnology for patients. This talk will explore what it takes to thrive in an increasingly complex, competitive and highly re
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Is it Time to Rethink Your Manufacturing Strategy?

A growing number of US executives are repatriating their manufacturing capabilities—moving some production operations back from overseas. One such company is Ford, which, in August 2010, announced plans to bring back about 2,200 parts-production jobs. Another example is Caterpillar, which is investing $120 million in a new Victoria, TX, plant to make excavator machines—devices formerly made at a Caterpillar plant in Japan. Washington policy makers strongly support these moves: ins
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