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The Stamp Act of 1765

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The Stamp Act of 1765 was a tax on all printed materials in Great Britain and the original 13 colonies. However, the colonists hated this tax so much that it was repealed just one year later. To find out why, watch this great video.

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Biotechnology Science Fair Project

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Gel Electrophoresis and Forensic Science. Sounds cool right? Check out this neat video to learn how to separate molecules by size using an electrophoresis apparatus.

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KoalaTracker

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See how KoalaTracker is being used to collect data that can be used to help protect these cute marsupials. Also, learn how to spot koalas on your next walkabout!

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Protecting Urban Koalas

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The University of Queensland and The San Diego Zoo are working together to protect urban koalas from human development.

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Evaluating Online Information

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Here are some useful guidelines to help you evaluate the quality of information that you find on the Internet.

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Information Literacy

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Not all information is created equally. What are the four steps any information literate person needs to know and practice? Watch this video to find out.

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Hula

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Hula is a very important part of Hawaiian culture. Hula dancing was forced underground in the 60s because of missionaries, but, today, more and more people are learning the art.

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Sophie’s World: Duct Tape Wallet

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Learn just how easy it is to make a long lasting, duct tape wallet.

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Touring the Ocean Bottom

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What does the ocean floor look like? Take a virtual tour when you watch this short video. There isn’t any sound, but you can read the captions for lots of interesting facts.

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Origins of Oceans

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This video will blow your mind! Did you know that the ocean is 4 billion years old and that half of it came from outer space? Neither did I!

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