Making Better Research Videos

submitted by: Dennis Meredith
Making better research videos using basic equipment and techniques. These techniques are from the book Explaining Research, which is the most comprehensive communication guide for scientists, engineers, and students on how to reach audiences important to their research and their careers. These audiences include colleagues, potential collaborators in other disciplines, officers in funding agencies and foundations, donors, institutional leaders, corporate partners, students, legislators,...

MWV Episode 33 - Food Safety 101

submitted by: MicrobeWorld
Whether you are making lunch for work, school or a summer picnic, knowing what food to pack and how to prepare it can be the difference between enjoying your day or going home sick. From recent peanut butter and pistachio nut recalls to E. coli outbreaks associated with hamburger patties, people are increasingly concerned about the safety of the food they eat. Many illnesses can be prevented with proper food preparation and a clean kitchen. On this episode of MicrobeWorld Video, Chef Jim...

Ethical Issues in e-learning online education distance education

submitted by: mcweadon

McWeadon Professor Badrul Khan discusses Ethical Issues in e-learning online education distance education.

Online Pedagogy e-learning pedagogy

submitted by: mcweadon

McWeadon Professor Badrul Khan discusses Online Pedagogy e-learning pedagogy online education distance education.

Modeling a science project video

submitted by: Anaselby

HS students created a model of a science project video as challenge for other students. From brainstorming ideas to making conclusions based on evidence.

Science & Social Media: Chris Condayan, ASM/MicrobeWorld

submitted by: MicrobeWorld
On Jan. 6, 2009, in Arlington, Virginia, the National Science Foundation, The Ballston Science and Technology Alliance, and BioInformatics, LLC, hosted a Cafe Scientifique on Science and Social Media. In part 2 of this 4 part video, Chris Condayan, Manager of Public Outreach for the American Society of Microbiology, shares some examples of new media in action in both communications between scientists as well as with the public at large. Condayan has written extensively on the subject of new...

Overview of SciVee by Phil Bourne

submitted by: Phil

Co-founder of SciVee, Phil Bourne, gives an updated overview of what the SciVee project and website is about.

wisskomm tv 38/08

submitted by: wisskomm
Expeditionblog vom Forschungsschiff "Meteor" - Video der NASA: Todeszonen im Meer und Zusatzinfos - Das Wissenschaftsfilmfestival des Goethe-Instituts in Thailand - Vor 30 Jahren: Die erste Ausgabe der Zeitschrift Spektrum der Wissenschaft - climate 2008 , die erste virtuelle internationale Klimakonferenz - Per Video am IT-Gipfel in Potsdam teilnehmen - Jetzt bewerben: Die Ausschreibung zum EICOS Fellowships 2009 hat begonnen - Die Wissenswerte in Bremen...

CSE125 Video Game Course (UCSD)

submitted by: ucsandiego

Video highlighting the CSE 125 Video Game Course at UCSD.

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wisskomm tv 32/08

submitted by: wisskomm
German vodcast about science communications. Uni-Bonn TV: Das erste Forschungs-Videoportal einer deutschen Hochschule - Sommerpause? Das ESO-Blog - „Reseach Blogging“ gibt es jetzt auch auf deutsch - WeiterGen! von Tobias Maier - "Schritte durch die Zeit" im Botanischen Garten Berlin - Faszination der Mineralien im Müritzeum - Das GLAST Prelude for Brass Quintet, Op.12 als Video bei YouTube und die Hintergrundinfos der Nasa dazu - Das "Chemikum" in Marburg - Der Astrobiology 2008-Rap...