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This site provides great animations in a tutorial format. The Learning Object (LO) is a great teaching tool because it... see more

Peer Review in Five Minutes provides an introduction to the process of peer review and its role in scholarly research,... see more

Description Interactive technical note that enables students to see the effect of changes in the economic variables that... see more

A short, funny video about cooperating with other societies and sharing limited resources.

"From its extraction through sale, use and disposal, all the stuff in our lives affects communities at home and abroad,... see more

This site consists of a gallery of demos for illustrating selected families of polynomials and rational functions. These... see more

Using the clues found at the crime scene, determine which of four suspects is the "barefooted burglar"? You are asked to... see more

Discover the science and technology behind every criminal investigation: the laboratories, the experts, the techniques,... see more

The Virtual Exhibit on Forensic Science includes a database of basic forensic science information, key dates in the... see more

Short video produced by India Brand Equity Foundation. The intention is to show the "New India."  While clearly intended... see more

A collection of Flash animations that illustrate the following examples of lightness perception and lightness illusion... see more

Several videos by high school students on a variety of topics such as youth violence and gay marriage.

A short video that gives an introductory explanation to Diffusion of Innovation theory.

Educational Games at NobelPrize.com The site offers games and simulations, based on Nobel Prize-awarded achievements, and... see more

Learn about the different types of rainfall with these interactive diagrams of Convection, Frontal and Relief rainfall.

What is the one thing that parents and teenagers have in common? They both believe that the other is not listening to... see more

An animated graphic of an action potential that illustrates how the movement of ions creates the movement of the action... see more

August 2016, The link has been corrected. This site is not intended to provide research and testing on learning styles.... see more

This is a web-based experiment on rule learning and attribute learning which has been used in teaching Cognitive... see more

Find out the current date and time of cities and countries around the world!

The Time and Frequency Division, part of NIST's Physics Laboratory, maintains the standard for frequency and time... see more

A 36 second audio file of Woodrow Wilson speaking on democratic principles. From the Vincent Voice Library at Michigan... see more

Javascript animation (spinning Earth, etc.)