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Learn about DNA, the complex molecule that serves as the foundation for all living organisms. The second in a series of eight, this lesson will teach you how nucleotides combine to form the DNA ‘ladder’ structure. Craig Savage will also teach you how this ‘ladder’ spirals to create a double helix, and interacts with proteins to form chromosomes.
Watch the rest of this series to learn more about DNA replication and protein synthesis.
Salsa turns with a partner? Never fear - this dance lesson breaks down all the steps and movements so you’ll be turning like a pro in no time! Ryan teaches how to dance salsa to the clave beat and make an outside turn with a partner. Whether you’re a lead or a follow, this salsa video covers it all.
New to homebrewing beer or curious about the chemistry and cooking process behind the delicious brew you already know how to make? In this video James teaches you the tricks and techniques of home brewing your own beer while making a Nut Brown Ale from a malt extract recipe. Learn how each ingredient and process contributes to the flavor profile and appearance of your homemade brew.
Succulents come in a variety of shapes and stunning colors, and are versatile enough to fit in deep or shallow containers. Create a beautiful container garden showcasing these gorgeous plants, and add interest to your porch or patio! Learn how to prep your container, what kind of soil to use, and how to maximize the 4” pots of succulents you’ll buy. Single-container succulent gardens also make unique and thoughtful gifts—whether your creation is for a friend or yourself, it’s sure to be enjoyed.
Le homme or l'homme? JeFrench makes learning conversational French easy by teaching basic grammar. This lesson focuses on when to use the ‘l apostrophe’. During this online tutorial, you will also be able to practice your pronunciation of French words.
Want to add a little drama to your makeup routine? Learn how to apply false eyelashes and make your eyes look bigger, fuller, and more striking. In this lesson, Pink Pistachio will break down the steps to make applying your falsies easy - including cutting the lashes down to size, applying the glue correctly, and other tips to making the results look natural.
More beauty and style tips, check out Applying Falsies.
Create a beautiful basket made with yarn, ribbon, recycled silk and fabric! Learn how to craft a unique handmade gift using the “in the round” locker hooking technique. In this lesson, Theresa Pulido will share tips and tricks from her most recent book on locker hooking, Locking Loops. A cross between needlework, crochet, and latch hook, locker hooking is a unique needlecraft that is equally fun for kids and adults.
Learn how to bead a necklace with this jewelry making tutorial. This lesson teaches you which tools you'll need, how to create your own necklace design, and how to successfully complete your beading project. Take what you've learned here to design your own handmade bracelet and necklace set!
Do you love needle crafting and need a handmade gift idea? Learn how to locker hook beautiful handmade trivets out of yarn, ribbon, recycled silk, and fabric. Theresa Pulido, a published author, is an expert teacher in the art of locker hooking. In this lesson, she will share tips and tricks from her most recent book on locker hooking, Locking Loops. A cross between needlework, crochet, and latch hook, locker hooking is a unique needlecraft that is equally fun for kids and adults.
Learn through art and sculpture about how the Lord Ganesha got his elephant head, lost his tusk, and other stories from oral tradition. Lucas Livingston will show you defining artistic characteristics of this Hindu god using sculpture housed at the Chicago Institute of Art and/or used in the Ganesha Chaturthi festival.
Rouxbe Cooking School is an online cooking school that teaches home cooks, culinary students, and culinary professionals to become better and more confident cooks.
We believe that millions of motivated cooks have been misled to believe that recipes alone will make them better cooks. This is simply not true. Each year, hundreds of millions of cookbooks are sold—and quickly abandoned after being opened. Few seem to realize that learning the techniques behind recipes is the most effective way to learn to cook: the way the pros learn. We created Rouxbe to disrupt this thinking and take a stand to help the world eat better.
Missy is a former first grade teacher turned stay-at-home-mom and professional blogger. She writes a style column for a local magazine publication and posts daily at Pink Pistachio, a lifestyle site specializing in empowering women and making everyday life special. When she’s not blogging, she enjoys playing and eating donuts with her boys, entertaining, and snuggling her dog, LuLu.
Her projects have been featured by Cool Mom Picks, Life & Style Magazine, and Huffington Post - to name a few.
Dave Canterbury, a US Army Veteran, is a self-employed hunting guide and survival instructor. Dave has posted over 600 Self Reliance-themed instructional videos on the web and is the author of "The Pathfinder System: A Common Man's Guide to Survivability". He is the owner of the Pathfinder Training School in SE Ohio. His methodology for survival is based on what he coins the 5C’s of Survivability; these are the 5 items that have been used cross culturally from ancient times to affect Survival. David has written a book called “Survivability for the Common Man” and is a published writer with articles appearing in Self Reliance Illustrated; he is currently also writing for American Frontiersman and New Pioneer Magazines. Dave is an adjunct faculty member of Frontier Christian University for the Wilderness Self Reliance Certificate Program.
Whether you’re starting your first semester of calculus, or cramming for your final exam, integralCALC will help you quickly build skills with simple, step-by-step lessons.
Krista King (founder of integralCALC) worked as a calculus tutor while she was a student at the University of Notre Dame. After graduation, she started integralCALC.com to serve as a resource for calculus students. Since the beginning of 2010, Krista’s calculus lessons have helped students around the world and she continues to publish lessons regularly.
Guy Badger (founder of Motion Training) has always been an enthusiastic supporter of self-paced, interactive learning and has designed and written numerous training programs on the use of Microsoft Office. He is currently working full time on developing an exciting range of new tutorials that he believes will not only help people get started with the most popular business software, but turn them into confident users, opening doors to new opportunities in learning and at work.
Born in Québec, Canada, Ari is a creative entrepreneur who co-founded Boat People Vintage in 2010. DIY blogger, her creations have been seen millions of times worldwide through her blog and social network.
Her passion is to share inspiration and creative ideas to express personality through style and home decor. Vegetarian and eco-business owner, she promotes alternative art de vivre through DIY style and home decor.
Kacie is a personal trainer, Crossfit Coach, fitness lead at Inline Warehouse, professional tower runner (races up stairwells of skyscrapers), Boston Marathon finisher, inline skater, and extreme endurance athlete.
She is also passionate about the Special Olympics and recently completed a record-making pass across the United States on inline skates to raise awareness for the organization.
Driven by her passion for color and design, Theresa Pulido has always sought out unique objects that feature compelling designs whether found in nature or crafted by hand. She applies this passion to her own surroundings and handmade creations. She’s the author of Hook, Loop, & Lock, her first book on locker hooking, and Locking Loops: Unique Locker Hooking Hand Crafts to Give and Wear. Theresa is always developing new designs and finding unique ways to create with fabric, fiber, and mixed media.