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  • A young boy sits at a table with electronic components.

    Qualcomm Thinkabit Lab

    Qualcomm engineers and career coaches help students learn how to program servos, make an LED light up and blink using Arduino, and share tools to help students identify their strengths, interests, and values so they can start thinking about their future in the world of work in the new Thinkabit Lab series.

  • Raising a Visually Impaired Child. Several photos of parents and children.

    Raising A Visually Impaired Child

    Individuals with visual impairments and their family members discuss their lives in this series from Family Connect. Highlighted are the activities they participate in including singing, music lessons, theater, and sports. These short videos also promote the message of inclusion and treating everyone with respect.

    Raising a Visually Impaired Child

  • The Magic School Bus. Animated yellow school bus rockets through space above the Moon's surface, with teacher and students inside.

    Ride on the Magic School Bus!

    Seat belts, everyone! DCMP has The Magic School Bus series! Check out all 51 described and captioned episodes here, and then set up student accounts for your kids to encourage independent learning.

New Media Releases

  • Image from Sustainable Oceans & Seas

    Sustainable Oceans & Seas - 2016 - 16 minutes

    Scholar Johan Norberg travels to New Zealand to find out how the Quota Management System has helped save fish populations. Thirty years ago, New Zealand fisheries were on the brink of disaster due to overfishing. Today, commercial fishing off New Zealand provides fish for consumers worldwide, an excellent livelihood for fishers, and a stronger, healthier ocean and fish population.

  • Image from How Computers Compute

    How Computers Compute - 2014 - 5 minutes

    Most computers are super high-tech machines with tiny parts, but they can also be huge, wooden, and mechanical. It's what they have in common that makes them computers. Part of the "Science Out Loud" series.

  • Image from Morality in the Marketplace

    Morality in the Marketplace - 2016 - 13 minutes

    Do businesses operate with a sense of right and wrong? The truth is that most businesses are ethical. Indeed, the more ethical they are, the more they succeed because consumers often vote with their wallets, choosing to deal with those who create positive results in society. Scholar Johan Norberg visits Whole Foods where they ensure the principles of morality in the marketplace govern their decisions.

  • Image from Default: The Student Loan Documentary

    Default: The Student Loan Documentary - 2012 - 27 minutes

    Financing college is a challenge many students face. Follow the stories of borrowers from different backgrounds affected by the student lending industry. No matter when their loans were taken, many borrowers find themselves in a paralyzing predicament of repaying two, three, or multiple times the original amount borrowed. Currently borrowers have no bankruptcy protection, no cap on fees and penalties, and no recourse to law after graduating from college. The consequences are dire for students who are unable to repay their loans.

  • Image from Exoplanets: Planets Outside Our Solar System

    Exoplanets: Planets Outside Our Solar System - 2014 - 4 minutes

    Astronomers are beginning to locate thousands of planets that exist outside of the solar system. Scientists provide a behind-the-scenes look at the simple technique that astronomers are using to discover these curious new planets. Part of the "Science Out Loud" series.

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