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060 asst 2: interference, beats, difference tones

By: dfeurzei

An introduction to beats and difference tones, and to the sound d editing program Audacity

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MU 060 Doppler shift

By: dfeurzei

A fun exposition of the Doppler shift in sound

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Universal Design for Learning Workshop Extracts

By: ctl

This workshop, taught by Holly Parker, focuses on the concepts of Universal Design for Learning and how to apply them in teaching.

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The One About Water-Soluble Vitamins

By: efpope

Today we talk about the water-soluble vitamins, vitamins B and C! What makes them special, how are they helpful to our bodies, where can you find them? We talk it all through with some Beyoncé tie-ins in this video! Vitamin C -1:34 The B Vi...

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Faculty Panel: Civic Learning (CL) as a Creative Adaptation to COVID

By: smunkres

Three faculty members discuss their recent Civic Learning (CL) courses, as a response to teaching in the pandemic, exploring challenges and surprising benefits for themselves and their students.

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The One About Fat Soluble Vitamins

By: efpope

In this video we talk about the fat soluble vitamins, A, D, E, and K! Check out what makes each one special, and in what foods or other sources you can find them. Fat vs. Water Soluble Vitamins - 0:56 Vitamin Functions - 2:01 Vitamin A - 2:5...

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2017 Dengue Epidemic in Sri Lanka

By: sgogerly

The worst recorded outbreak of Dengue in the last decade occurred in 2017. This podcast presents interviews with the Director of the Dengue Control Program in Sri Lanka and a leading Pediatrician in a Postgraduate Teaching Hospital.

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Syrup Color

By: uvmext

In Vermont, Grade A maple syrup is divided into four distinct color classes. Those classes are Golden, Amber, Dark and Very Dark. The lightest grade of syrup, Golden, has the most delicate flavor. A lot of the time it will be made at the beginning...

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Measuring Syrup Density

By: uvmext

Most people know that to make maple syrup you have to do a lot of boiling. You collect the sap from the trees and you evaporator the water while concentrating the sugars. You might not know that to determine if you actually have correct density sy...