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Geospatial Revolution / Episode One
 
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Produced by Penn State Public Broadcasting The first episode covers what is involved in the geospatial revolution, the origins of mapping and geospatial technology, and a look at the use of crisis mapping in Haitian earthquake relief efforts. More videos from Episode One... Episode One http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=poMGRbfgp38 Episode One - Chapter One: Introduction http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_s_QHJfPD1s Episode One - Chapter Two: How We Get There http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGKbmRqYw6k Episode One - Chapter Three: How We Got Here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQ-OXgpF-wM Episode One - Chapter Four: Why We Need It http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxCEb5Cv4Nk About the Project... We live in the Global Location Age. Where am I? is being replaced by, Where am I in relation to everything else? http://geospatialrevolution.psu.edu/ Penn State Public Broadcasting's Geospatial Revolution Project is an integrated public media and outreach initiative about the world of digital mapping and how it is changing the way we think, behave, and interact. The project features a web-based serial release of video episodes, links to resources, and downloadable K-16 educational materials.
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Movie Review - The Battle of Algiers
 
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The black and white classic film "The Battle of Algiers" (1966), is a dramatized documentary of the Algerian struggle for freedom. Penn State professor Bill Kelly reviews the film, which is as timely today as ever before.
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Finding Your Roots: The Seedlings - DNA Ancestry (Episode 3)
 
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"Finding Your Roots" campers make predictions about their genetic ancestry and then open their individual DNA test results to find out for certain.
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Raspberry Trims - Three Minute Gardener
 
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Learn how to prune your raspberry canes for optimal growth, with Penn State Senior Extension Educator Kathy Demchak. http://wpsu.org/shop
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The Great Depression - Survival
 
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Citizens who lived through the Great Depression in Pennsylvania recall their struggles to survive during those difficult years. Personal memories of sacrifice are interwoven with historical narration and archival footage to tell the remarkable story.
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Growing Blueberries
 
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Kathy Demchak, senior extension associate in Penn States Department of Horticulture explains how to grow the very best blueberries.
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Geospatial Revolution / Episode Two, Chapter Two: Powering Business
 
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Produced by Penn State Public Broadcasting Geospatial technology has become the foundation of the UPS business model, making it a greener, leaner company. More videos from Episode Two... Episode Two http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXS0bsR0e7w Chapter One: Creating an Interactive City http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otpDq8CAano Chapter Two: Powering Business http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMrhuKoE3cI Chapter Three: Finding a Healthy Future http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYzHcPHRhWQ About the Project... We live in the Global Location Age. Where am I? is being replaced by, Where am I in relation to everything else? http://geospatialrevolution.psu.edu/ Penn State Public Broadcasting's Geospatial Revolution Project is an integrated public media and outreach initiative about the world of digital mapping and how it is changing the way we think, behave, and interact. The project features a web-based serial release of video episodes, links to resources, and downloadable K-16 educational materials.
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A Day with the Women's Lacrosse Team
 
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Student Reporter Kylie Nellis trains with the Penn State Women's Lacrosse team for a day.
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Geospatial Revolution / Episode Three
 
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The third episode explores geospatial technology in the world of security: how new technologies help to broker peace, wage war, and fight crime but can also compromise personal privacy.
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Geospatial Revolution
 
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Watch Episode One http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=poMGRbfgp38 Watch Episode Two http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXS0bsR0e7w We live in the Global Location Age. Where am I? is being replaced by, Where am I in relation to everything else? http://geospatialrevolution.psu.edu/ Penn State Public Broadcasting is developing the Geospatial Revolution Project, an integrated public media and outreach initiative about the world of digital mapping and how it is changing the way we think, behave, and interact. The project will feature a web-based serial release of eight video episodes—each telling an intriguing geospatial story. Overarching themes woven throughout the episodes will tie them together, and the episodes will culminate in a 60-minute documentary. The project also will include an outreach initiative in collaboration with our educational partners, a chaptered program DVD, and downloadable outreach materials.
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Geospatial Revolution / Episode Two
 
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Produced by Penn State Public Broadcasting This episode looks at how local governments and business use geospatial technology to deliver services and run efficiently, keeping a continuing eye on future developments and applications. More videos from Episode Two... Episode Two http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXS0bsR0e7w Chapter One: Creating an Interactive City http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otpDq8CAano Chapter Two: Powering Business http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMrhuKoE3cI Chapter Three: Finding a Healthy Future http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYzHcPHRhWQ About the Project... We live in the Global Location Age. Where am I? is being replaced by, Where am I in relation to everything else? http://geospatialrevolution.psu.edu/ Penn State Public Broadcasting's Geospatial Revolution Project is an integrated public media and outreach initiative about the world of digital mapping and how it is changing the way we think, behave, and interact. The project features a web-based serial release of video episodes, links to resources, and downloadable K-16 educational materials.
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Geospatial Revolution / Episode Four
 
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The fourth and final episode explores geospatial technology around the world: monitoring global climate change, preventing famine, tracking disease and mapping communities never before seen on a map.
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Blueberry Trim
 
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Learn valuable tips for trimming your blueberries, with Penn State Senior Extension Educator Kathy Demchak.
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Well Disinfecting - 3 Minute Gardener
 
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Learn how to easily and safely disinfect a well, step-by-step, with Penn State Extension Educator Brian Swistock.
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Geospatial Revolution / Episode Four, Chapter Four: Mapping Power to the People
 
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People living in one of the world's largest slums put themselves on the map as an act of empowerment through the use of geospatial technology.
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Scots-Irish
 
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American images of bluegrass bands and square dances originated with the Scots-Irish. Their move from Northern Ireland across the American landscape began in Pennsylvania. Learn about the history of this group and their contributions to America.
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Telling Amy's Story
 
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Told by the detective who led the case review, Telling Amys Story follows the timeline of a domestic violence homicide that occurred in central Pennsylvania on November 8, 2001. While we will never be able to change the ending to Amys story, we hope that its telling can change outcomes for the millions of victims, survivors, and loved ones affected by domestic violence everyday. Produced by Penn State Public Broadcasting, Telling Amy's Story will be broadcast on PBS stations nationwide beginning June 1. Companion materials will be available to help you SHARE this film, DISCUSS it with others, and REFER those in need to domestic violence resources. Learn more about the project at http://telling.psu.edu and http://www.facebook.com/tellingamysstory
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Telling Amy's Story - Domestic Violence Documentary Trailer
 
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Told by the detective who led the case review, Telling Amys Story follows the timeline of a domestic violence homicide that occurred in central Pennsylvania on November 8, 2001. While we will never be able to change the ending to Amys story, we hope that its telling can change outcomes for the millions of victims, survivors, and loved ones affected by domestic violence everyday. Produced by Penn State Public Broadcasting, Telling Amy's Story will be broadcast on PBS stations nationwide beginning June 1. Companion materials will be available to help you SHARE this film, DISCUSS it with others, and REFER those in need to domestic violence resources. Learn more about the project at http://telling.psu.edu and http://www.facebook.com/tellingamysstory
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Apple Tree Grafting
 
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Looking for a novel way to plant apple trees? Find out how to grow trees by using a grafting technique called T-Budding.
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D-Day
 
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http://www.wpsu.org/thewar/ William Carl shares the vivid details of his D-Day memories. He relives his trip to Normandy, his visit to Omaha Beach, and the camaraderie he experienced on the twelve-day tour.
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Great Depression Memories 1
 
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Everyone who lived through the Great Depression in Pennsylvania has a story to tell. Local residents share stories of the events that shaped their lives during this difficult period in history.
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Finding Your Roots: The Seedlings - Episode 1
 
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Finding Your Roots" series host Henry Louis Gates, Jr. visits campers Aidan, Athina and Zahra at the Finding Your Roots Genetics & Genealogy Camp.
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Apple Varieties
 
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Red and Golden Delicious may be the most common, but there are more than 10,000 varieties of apples. A Penn State professor of fruit crops, Rob Crassweller, assesses the appearance, texture, and taste of a variety of apples.
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Strawberries in Fall
 
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Do you know how to protect your strawberry plants during the long winter months? Hear tips from a pro on how to keep plants safe during the winter and yield better crops in the spring.
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Grandma Aggie - Conversations from Penn State
 
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Buy the DVD here: http://soar.ois.psu.edu/cgi-bin/WebObjects/SOAR.woa/wo/39.0.9.4.5.15.1.31.3.1.1.1 Grandma Aggie, spokesperson and eldest member of the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers, speaks about the grandmothers hope to change the direction of the world, save Mother Earth, and ensure peace and prosperity for all following generations. http://conversations.psu.edu/episodes/grandma_aggie
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Tracks Across The Sky
 
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An engineering masterpiece, PA's Kinzua Viaduct stood 300 feet high as a symbol of ingenuity and determination. The bridge was built in 94 days in 1882 and was updated and preserved for over 100 years before its tragic destruction by a tornado in 2003.
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Ken Robinson: Education Innovation - Conversations from Penn State
 
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Twelve years of teaching taught one man an important lesson -- the world's educational systems are in trouble. Years of "teaching to the test" have left both students and educators disillusioned and frustrated. Sir Ken Robinson wants to change that. Robinson discusses the need to recognize different learning styles, why creativity isn't just for artists and what it means to find your "element."
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Program open "Why We Dance:  The Story of THON"
 
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Premieres on WPSU-TV September 27, 2012 at 8PM, and on Pennsylvania Public Television stations. Check your local listings. It will also stream live online at wpsu.org/live Why We Dance: The Story of THON documents the Penn State Dance Marathon, a massive, yearlong undertaking that is the largest student-run philanthropy in the world. Go behind-the-scenes to look at how more than 15,000 Penn State student volunteers unite in support of families fighting pediatric cancer, while raising funds that will advance treatment and, one day, find a cure. This is why we dance. A production of Penn State Public Broadcasting
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Giant Tomatoes
 
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The art and science of growing giant tomatoes with master tomato grower Marvin Meisner.
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Movie Review - Koyaanisqatsi
 
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Translating to "life out of balance," the art film "Koyaanisqatsi" explores the threats posed to nature by modern civilization. Penn State professor Bill Kelly reviews this unique, contemplative film.
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Chip Kidd: What the Stories Look Like - Conversations from Penn State
 
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USA Today described him as "the closest thing to a rock star" in the graphic design world. Chip Kidd is a book jacket designer for Alfred A. Knopf Publishing. He's also a Penn State alumnus. Among his many creations is the iconic T-Rex skeleton for Michael Crichton's "Jurassic Park. Kidd discusses the design process, the future of the book publishing industry, and his award-winning novel, The Cheese Monkeys, which is loosely based on his years at Penn State.
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Spinner Fishing
 
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Demonstrates the basics of using spinners to fish for trout and offers tips that will be useful for both beginners and more experienced anglers with Jeff Dietrich of Shavers Creek Environmental Center at Penn State.
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Geospatial Revolution / Episode Four, Chapter One: Monitoring a Changing Climate
 
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Earth scientists use geospatial technology to monitor changes in the Earth's climate over time.
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The Phosphorus Paradox
 
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Phosphorus provides the foundation of civilization, even if you don’t recognize it. Help us share this story about humankind and a remarkable resource.
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A Conversation with Margaret Atwood
 
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Giant Pumpkins
 
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If grown correctly, pumpkins can reach and exceed 1,000 pounds. How do you grow a giant pumpkin, and what drives the people who do? Larry Checkon, the world record holder for the largest pumpkin, answers these questions. http://ondemand.psu.edu/viewer.php?id=08242007104150
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Access Track and Field
 
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Penn State Throwers Joe Kovacs and Blake Eaton show us how they train.
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SciTech Now - Gilson Snowboards
 
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Science on the slopes. A pair of Pennsylvania inventors turned a failed middle school science project into a growing business. See how they are using geometry and physics to build what they call the most advanced boards on the planet.
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Liquid Assets Documentary Trailer
 
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Go here for the DVD: http://mediasales.psu.edu Liquid Assets tells the story of essential infrastructure systems: water, wastewater, and stormwater. Out of sight, beneath our feet, these systems are in disrepair across the country. Fixing them may be the largest public works project in our history. http://liquidassets.psu.edu/
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Movie Review -  Amores Perros
 
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"Amores Perros," tells three interrelated tales of love-lost, found, and unrequited. Penn State professor Bill Kelly reviews this film about the chance and circumstance that connect three people and their canine companions.
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Holgate Toys
 
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The Holgate Toy Company is known for its high-quality wooden toys. Take a tour of the factory that produced the trolleys for Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood and explore a playroom designed for children of all ages.
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Movie Review - City of God
 
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Movie review of "City of God" (2002), a documentary about two boys growing up in a violent neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro taking different paths as a photographer, and a drug dealer. Reviewer is Penn State professor Bill Kelly.
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Brain Repair
 
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Is it really possible to repair the brain after injury or disease? Discover new technologies that allow brain cells to regenerate, and find out what types of brain damage have the best chance for repair.
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Life with Julia
 
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Ever wonder what Julia Child was like off camera? Or what she ordered when dining out? Hear from her personal assistant, Stephanie Hersh, about life with this legendary chef.
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Ben Carson: An Extraordinary Life - Conversations from Penn State
 
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Ben Carson overcame all odds to become a neurosurgeon and, by age 33, director of pediatric neurosurgery at the Johns Hopkins Childrens Center. Hear Carson discuss his work and philanthropy, his thoughts on health care reform, and about whats still on his to-do list.
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Vote '18: What Does a U.S. Senator Do?
 
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Did you know a senator’s job is to represent you and your views? Watch the video to learn more about how they vote and how you can contact them. See our election coverage at http://wpsu.org/vote18.
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Spanish Conquest
 
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Who was Christopher Columbus? How did the Spanish conquer the Aztec Empire? Penn State professor Matthew Restall discusses these topics and more from his book Seven Myths of the Spanish Conquest.
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Amy McCready: Positive Parenting - Conversations from Penn State
 
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Why can it be so difficult to get kids to behave? Parenting expert Amy McCready discusses her nag- and yell-free program for correcting your children's bad behavior.
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Finding Your Roots:The Seedlings  - Observable Traits (Episode 4)
 
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Campers dig into their DNA test results to discover the likelihood they possess various genetic traits. Then they take the PTC test to see if they have the dominant gene for tasting bitter compounds.
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Time Traveler: Ron Mallett - Conversations from Penn State
 
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Devastated by the loss of his father, Ron Mallett found hope in an unlikely place: H.G. Wells' The Time Machine. Mallett, now a physics professor at the University of Connecticut, discusses how his father's death led him on a lifelong quest to build a time machine, the Spike Lee movie based on his life, and how time travel may not be as far off as many might think.
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