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Capitalizing on Collections

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Learn about the project to catalogue the genetic barcodes of plants and animals around the world. The aim is to build a cheap and easy identification tool which will have the power to bring biodiversity to everyone.

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Vascular Plants = Winning!

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This Crash Course in biology focuses on vascular plants, which are, most likely, the type of plant you think of when you think about plants – if that makes sense. Chock full of information, some of which may be best suited for an older audience, it covers the basics of plant structure, transpiration (the movement […]

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Flower Fans

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Watch as The Crafty Crow shows how to make and decorate a lovely floral fan. This is must-do activity is perfect to welcome the first flowers of spring and keep you cool through the hot summer months.

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Catch a Rainbow

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DLTK brings us a fun and simple color experiment. Watch and learn as primary colors combine to form secondary colors, tertiary colors and (ultimately) brown.

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Dr Seuss’ The Zax

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What happens when a north-going Zax and a south-going Zax cross paths? Watch this short video to find out.

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The Story Behind The Lorax

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Donald E. Pease, a professor at Dartmouth, tells us the interesting story behind Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax – not only the inspiration behind the book, but the impact it had on environmentalism in the United States.

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Inaugural Speech Clips

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See and hear past presidents in this great video, featuring an inaugural speech snippet for each president from John F. Kennedy to Bill Clinton.

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Carter G. Woodson

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Carter G. Woodson believed that all peoples and cultures around the world have made valuable contributions to civilization. It became his goal to educate Americans, both black and white, about the history of African Americans in order to break the chains of slavery.

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The Most Wanted Man in America

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See the original reward poster issued for John Wilkes Booth, John Surratt and David Harold as archived at the Library of Congress.

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Papers of Abraham Lincoln

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The Papers of Abraham Lincoln is a long-term project dedicated to identifying, imaging, transcribing, annotating, and publishing primary source documents related to Abraham Lincoln.

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