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  • A cartoon of boxy shaped animals: A chicken, elephant, and lion.

    Zoobabu

    A playful lively box and dozens of lighthearted animals collaborate to bring you this funny animated guessing game. Step by step, hint by hint, the box will give the clues to find out which animal is hiding inside the box. Early learners will love Zoobabu!

  • Screen shot of student account interface.

    Students Accounts Offer a Strong Classroom Tool

    It's easier than ever to create, manage, and share DCMP accounts for your students. We've streamlined the process of creating and managing student accounts. Assigning videos to students is now more intuitive. Media permissions can be assigned quickly to individuals and groups, or Classes, that you create. Our student account instructions and video tutorial make it easy as pie to get started.

  • Two skydivers leap from a small airplane. Words: Science Out Loud.

    MIT's Science Out Loud

    Science Out Loud is an original web series hosted and co-written by MIT students on everything from the physics of skydiving to knitting a Mobius scarf (Grades 9-12).

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  • Image from Touching Life

    Touching Life - 2016 - 53 minutes

    Yuko and Thilo are both blind, and they have a son, Kurtis, who is sighted. The heart of this documentary reveals the resilience and courage of Yuko and Thilo to pursue their dreams of falling in love, getting married, and becoming parents.

  • Image from The Waggle Dance of the Honey Bee

    The Waggle Dance of the Honey Bee - 2011 - 8 minutes

    How can honeybees communicate the locations of new food sources? Austrian biologist, Karl Von Frisch, devised an experiment to find out. By pairing the direction of the sun with the flow of gravity, honeybees are able to explain the distant locations of food by dancing. The scientists at Georgia Tech University explain the design of Von Frisch's famous experiment and describe the precise grammar of the honeybees dance language with new computer vision techniques. They hope the research into behaviors of social insects will aid in the design of better systems of autonomous robots.

  • Image from Zoobabu: Animals That Swim

    Zoobabu: Animals That Swim - 2011 - 23 minutes

    In each episode, viewers are given clues about a hidden animal inside a magic box. This episode is all about animals that swim. Highlighted animals include: a whale, a crocodile, a dolphin, a frog, a sea horse, a jelly fish, a penguin, a gold fish, a shark, and a turtle. Part of the "Zoobabu" series.

  • Image from Zoobabu: Birds

    Zoobabu: Birds - 2011 - 23 minutes

    In each episode, viewers are given clues about a hidden animal inside a magic box. This episode is all about birds. Animals highlighted include: an eagle, an ostrich, a duck, a hummingbird, a swan, a flamingo, an owl, a peacock, a pelican, and a chick. Part of the "Zoobabu" series.

  • Image from Zoobabu: Four-Legged Animals

    Zoobabu: Four-Legged Animals - 2011 - 23 minutes

    In each episode, viewers are given clues about a hidden animal inside a magic box. This episode is all about four-legged animals. Animals highlighted include: a deer, a camel, a dog, a horse, a pig, an elephant, a llama, a sheep, a rhinoceros, and a zebra. Part of the "Zoobabu" series.

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