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                    Shafer Library
                        2008-2009
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School of Business .............................................................................................................................. 3
   Business: ACCOUNTING ______________________________________________________ 4
   Business: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ________________________________________ 5
   Business: COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS (CIS) and CIT[echnology] ________ 8
   Business: OFFICE ADMINISTRATION _________________________________________ 12
School of Health Sciences............................................................................................................... 13
   Health Sciences: (General) HEALTH Resources___________________________________ 14
   Health Sciences: MEDICAL ASSISTANT ________________________________________ 20
   Health Sciences: PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT ___________________________ 23
   Health Sciences: PN & ASN ____________________________________________________ 24
   Health Sciences: SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY ___________________________________ 32
School of Liberal Arts/General Education ................................................................................. 35
   Liberal Arts: COMMUNICATION _____________________________________________ 36
   Liberal Arts: HUMANITIES--AMERICAN HISTORY ____________________________ 39
   Liberal Arts: HUMANITIES--ART&CULTURE, Literature, WORLD HISTORY,
              Philosophy, ETHICS________________________________________________ 47
   Liberal Arts/Gen. Ed.: LIFE & PHYSICAL SCIENCES ___________________________ 55
   Liberal Arts/Gen.Ed.: MATHEMATICS _________________________________________ 64
   Liberal Arts: SOCIAL SCIENCES (Sociology, Government, Economics, Psychology) ___ 66
School of Public & Social Services (& Academic Skills) .......................................................... 75
   Public & Social Services: CRIMINAL JUSTICE __________________________________ 76
   Public & Social Services: PARALEGAL _________________________________________ 79
   Public & Social Services: Early Childhood Education ______________________________ 80
   Public & Social Services: HOSPITALITY ________________________________________ 88
   Public & Social Services: HUMAN SERVICES ___________________________________ 89
   Public & Social Services: PUBLIC SAFETY/FIRE SCIENCES ______________________ 96
   ACADEMIC SKILLS & CAREERS ____________________________________________ 97
School of Technology .................................................................................................................... 101
   Technology: AUTOMOTIVE _________________________________________________ 102
   Technology: CONSTRUCTION _______________________________________________ 104
   Technology: ELECTRONICS & (Computer-aided) DESIGN _______________________ 108
   Technology: MANUFACTURING & INDUSTRIAL ______________________________ 109
Faculty Development Collection ....................................................................................................... 115
Appendix A (Music CDs and CD-ROM Software) ........................................................................... 117
Appendix B (PBS Video Collection List) .......................................................................................... 119

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                                                                                  Business: ACCOUNTING
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               Lectures for Accounting, 21e or Financial Accounting, 7e Tutorial Videos:
                         (One set for student use in library only – one set may be checked out)
                  Tapes 1-24 correlated to chapters in Warren, Reeve, Fess textbook.




                More than numbers: Management accounting in practice: [28 min. each]
                  Using real-life case studies, series designed for students & business professionals, explores
                  entire subject of management accounting, from specific accounting techniques & concepts to
                  ethical questions involving how information is presented. 1996.
 502-1        Project analysis (pt.3 of series)
 502-2        Revenue and production constraints (pt.4 of series)
 502-3        Time value of money (pt.8 of series)
 502-4        Capital expenditure analysis (pt.9 of series)




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 446          Basic marketing / Essentials of marketing [Volumes 2,3,4]
                  Four videocassettes designed to be used with Basic Marketing, 10th ed., 1990 and Essentials of
                  Marketing, 5th ed., 1991. Marketing strategies of successful companies are illustrated through
                  interviews, advertising clips, and graphics. 1990.


 414          Basics of Exporting [35 min.]
                  Discusses small businesses in the area of exporting and the many opportunities that are
                  available in foreign fields. 1993.


               Be Prepared - Toastmasters International Communications series:
 637          Be prepared to sell [24 min.]
                  How to sell a product, a proposal, or an idea to a group. 1991.
 638          Be prepared to lead: Applied leadership skills for business managers                                            Guide
              [27 min.] 1991.
                  Part 1 of program demonstrates a technique for classifying leadership style into one of four
                  categories: delegation, influence, collaboration, or direction.
                  Part 2 discusses adapting leadership style. Part three will look at the persona of a leader.
 639          Be prepared to speak: The step-by-step video guide to public speaking                                           Guide
              [27 min.]
                  Demonstrates techniques for preparing and practicing speeches. Follows one
                  speaker's progress through the process of speech writing, speech presentation, and
                  control of stage fright. 1985.
 640          Be prepared for meetings: How to lead productive business meetings                                              Guide
              [24 min.]
                  Discusses techniques for leading effective and productive business. 1991.


 880          Bigger than Enron (Frontline) [60 min.]
                  The collapse of Enron caused many to question the watchdog system designed to protect investors.
                  But Enron and Arthur Andersen are the tip of the iceberg. In the late 1990s, Enron was just one of the
                  more than 400 corporations forced to dramatically restate their value because of accounting lapses,
                  failures or fraud. Now, FRONTLINE examines an oversight system gone soft. PBS Frontline, 2002.


 882          Business Law: The Basics [26 min.]
                  Standard Deviants School production defines what is a law, where they come from, and how this
                  applies to business law, 2002.


 883          Business Law: Torts [26 min.]
                  Standard Deviants School production defines tort – a wrong one person does to another (assault and
                  battery, theft, defamation, etc.), 2002.

 884          Business Law: Contract Law [26 min.]
                  Standard Deviants School production on contract law, the ins and outs of sealing a deal; offers,
                  counter offers, withdrawing offers, 2002.

 506          Coke in Japan [8 min.]
                  Identifies factors in the success of Coca-Cola's marketing strategy in Japan, such as the
                  forging of alliances with local business partners, the adoption of local business and social
                  practices, and the tailoring of products to suit the Japanese market. 1997.

               Advideo journal, v.1:
 472          Diet coke: How to become #1 in eight weeks [50 min.]
                  Tells how the advertising campaign "Just for the taste of it" helped Diet Coke become
                  the leading low-calorie soft drink in eight weeks. Also contains examples of various
                  products using animation in TV advertising. 198-.
 629          Do right II [23 min.]
                  Focuses on the importance of teamwork, the cornerstone of every individual and organizational
                  success (achievement motivation). 1991.

 508          Effective teamwork [shelved in wall cabinet]                                                       Kit with audiocassette
                  Work groups; decision-making. [AMI How-to series] . 1995.                                      & book




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 603          Excellence files [86 min.]                                                                          Workbook
                  Presents profiles of 8 companies recognized for innovative business management                  & Action
                  techniques: Southwest Airlines, Defense Personnel Support Center, Timberland,                   Guide
                  Rubbermaid, Whole Foods Market, USAA, Work Family Directions, and Coca-Cola. 1997.


 837          Financial markets [12 min.]
                  Insight Media video gives overview of financial markets and investments. 2000.


 453          Get more done in less time [13 min.]
                  Shows you the basic steps you can take to make time work for you so you can get more of the
                  right things done. 1991.

 504          Global strategies [11 min.] (International business, v.5)
                  In order to meet the challenges of the future and effectively use world resources to compete, Ford
                  has put in place a worldwide team effort in the design, production, and marketing of their cars. 1996.


 503          How to really create a successful business plan: Essential elements of a
              great plan [40 min.]
                  Discusses the importance of a business plan and the necessary steps to create one. 1992.


 507          If you really want to get ahead. 1989.
 474          In search of excellence [88 min.]
                  Discusses management strategies of some of America's most successful companies.
                  Covers 3 main topics: corporate values (ex. From IBM and Disney World), innovation (ex.
                  From 3M & Apple), and people--customers and employees (ex. From Stew Leonard's
                  Dairy… 1985.

 481          Internet: Doing Business on the Internet [25 min.]
                  Discusses doing business on the Internet. 1997.

 625          London International Advertising Awards: 1998 Foods
                  Television advertising awards. 1998.

 626          London International Advertising Awards: U.S. oldies, vol.1
                  Award winning television commercials from American television. 1997.

 505          Marketing research [11 min.]
                  Discusses the marketing research process, using Coca Cola Company. 1995.


               Advideo journal, issue #5:
 471          Marketing high-tech [43 min.]
                  Focuses on the advertising strategies of IBM and Apple through interviews & discusses the
                  many technical and creative elements that go into the marketing of the personal computer.
                  1984.

 399          Management: Total quality management, 1993. [60 min.]

                More than numbers: Management accounting in practice: [28 min. each]
                  Using real-life case studies, series designed for students & business professionals, explores
                  entire subject of management accounting, from specific accounting techniques & concepts to
                  ethical questions involving how information is presented. 1996.
 502-1            Project analysis (pt.3 of series)
 502-2            Revenue and production constraints (pt.4 of series)
 502-3            Time value of money (pt.8 of series)
 502-4            Capital expenditure analysis (pt.9 of series)

 583          Parliamentary procedure made simple: The basics [80 min.]                                                      Guide
                  Presents the basics of parliamentary procedure. Makes Robert's rules of order easy to under-
                  stand. Includes a meeting conducted from beginning to end according to Robert's rules. 1993.



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 584          Parliamentary procedure made simple: All about motions [2 parts-140 min.]                                        Booklets
                  Part 1 presents the basics of parliamentary procedure. Part 2 shows a meeting conducted
                  from beginning to end according to Robert's Rules. 1996.


               No-brainers:
 688          Public speaking [60 min.]
                  Presents information that will give you tools to deliver speech with confidence, guide you
                  through speech writing process from start to finish, and help overcome #1 fear of Americans:
                  speaking in public. 1998. [Anderson VHS 601; Marion VHS 055]


 448          Quality systems requirements video
DVD 037       Secret history of the credit card [1 videodisc, 60 min.]
                  Originally broadcast as a segment of Frontline, Nov. 23, 2004. The average family today carries 10 credit
                  cards. Credit card debt and personal bankruptcies are now at an all time high. With no legal limit on the
                  amount of interest or fees that can be charged, credit cards have become the most profitable sector of the
                  American banking industry: more than $30 billion in profits last year alone. Frontline and the New York
                  Times join forces to investigate how an industry few Americans understand became so pervasive, so
                  lucrative, and so powerful. PBS Home Video, 2004.


 811          Situational management for women [30 min.]
                  Discusses various situational stumbling blocks and goal setting for women in business. 1987.

 599          Ties & tensions: EU-US relations in the next century [27 min.]
                  Describes continuing process of European union, & how globalization of trade & communications
                  will change life on both sides of Atlantic. European-American rivalry & partnerships (economic
                  & political) are covered through case studies, & interviews … 1996.


 410          Your best business partner: The public library [35 min.]
                  Describes how to use the public library to locate information that can be worth thousands of
                  dollars to you. Lists the major directories and guides available in most large public libraries.
                  (Taped at Brody Resource Library) 1993.


 314          Your greatest investment
                  Subtitle on container: Long term dividends with personal success. 1991.


415            Your own business: Getting started [48 min.]
                  Program introduces you to small business entrepreneurs who have taken the dream of owning their
                  own businesses and made it a reality. Topics covered: writing of the business plan, market research,
                  selecting a legal form of your business, financing. 1994.




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 512          Building the virtual LAN [65 min.]                                                                         Workbook
                  Explains what virtual networks are, examines emerging technologies for creating
                  virtual topologies, and looks at the management issues that must be faced. 1994.

 484          Distance learning primer             [20 min.]
                  Highlights the U.S. Department of Education's Star Schools programs to present an introduction to
                  distance learning, including information about the technologies, applications, programs, and
                  resources available. 1994.

 680          Extreme machines: Incredible robots [47 min.]
                  Demonstrates the quick evolution of robots, showing how mobility sets the stage for the
                  development of intelligence. Predicts future uses of robots. 1999.

 493          From micros to monsters / System analysis and design [60 min.]
                  A survey of electronic data, computer hardware and software systems, and developments that will
                  provide the basis for further advancements in data processing. (This tape includes parts 13 and
                  14 of a 26 part series: The New Literacy.) 1988.

513           Fundamentals of Token-Ring LANs [60 min.]                                                                  Workbook
                  Examines concepts behind the construction of Token-Ring networks, how they
                  operate and are expanded and how they can be connected to other LANs and
                  the corporate WAN. 1994.

DVD 51        Gameheadz [50 min.]
                  Since the first Pong machine was launched three decades ago, computer games have evolved to
                  become the world's second-largest entertainment industry, after music. This fascinating program
                  profiles the visionaries, mavericks, and renegades of this addictive multibillion-dollar industry.
                  Interviews with Nolan Bushnell, Ralph Baer, and others illustrate the innovation and creativity that
                  went into the creation of Space Invaders, Pac-Man, Asteroids, Donkey Kong, Super Mario
                  Brothers, and tetris, among others, and the Game Boy system. Discovery Channel/Films for the
                  Humanities & Sciences, 2004.

 600           Hands-on world wide web: Spinning your own site [2 parts on 2 videocassetes]                              Slides from
                  Workshop presenting development of web sites in two parts (part 1: Tools and uses;                     presentations
                  part 2: Using HTML). 1998.

 DVD 54       (The)     history of computers [26 min.]
                  This program traces the course of technological innovations leading up to today's computers,
                  from Charles Babbage and his analytical engine of the 1860's to the latest laptops. Narrator:
                  Richard Moore. Cambridge Educational, 2004.

 517           Information superhighway: Understanding and using the Internet -- a step-by-step guide.
                  1994. [30 min.]
 481          Internet: Doing Business on the Internet [25 min.]
                  Discusses doing business on the Internet. 1997.
 482          Internet tools [101 min.]
                  This program deals with electronic mail tools, World Wide Web browsers, online search tools, file
                  transfer tools, gopher software, and news readers. 1995.
 483          Internet e-mail [86 min.]
                  Answers the following questions: what is Email, why use Email, addressing, tools, and creating
                  Email messages. 1995.
 455          An introduction to the Internet: What to know and how to get on. 1995. [45 min.]
 DVD 55       An introduction to web site design [30 min.]
                  "This video gives viewers a comprehensive introduction to the basic principles of Web site design,
                  a great first step toward becoming a webmaster or an interactive media designer. It explains how
                  to identify the ttarget audience, determine the site's core purpose, apply Ben Schneiderman's
                  eight golden rules of GUI design, address technological issues and matters of visual appeal, and
                  carry out an ongoing test/evaluation/update cycle."--container. Cambridge Educational, 2004.




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 452-1        Learn! Microsoft Windows 95: Getting started [58 min.]
                  Video series is designed to help one learn the new Windows 95. Whether a beginner or
                  experienced Window user, one needs to learn new ways with Windows 95. 1996.
 452-2        Learn! Microsoft Windows 95: Internet, Email, Faxing and more. 1996. [58 min.]
 452-3        Learn! Microsoft Windows 95: Tips, tricks and shortcuts [58 min.]
                  Video series is designed to help one learn the new Windows 95. Whether a beginner or
                  experienced Window user, one needs to learn new ways with Windows 95. 1996.

 456          Mastering and using WordPerfect 5.1 for Windows. 1993.
                Networking series:
 491-1        Networking series: Basic elements [60 min.]
                  The basics -- The fundamental problem: moving bits -- Organizing the bits: protocols -- Organizing
                  the protocols: architectures -- Agreeing on architectures and protocols: standards -- Making
                  connections -- What is being connected -- Ways to connect: … 1995.
 491-2        Building internets with Netware [60 min.]
                  As more PCs become connected to LANs, LAN internetworking becomes a vital element of enterprise
                  computing. Program will discuss the design and implementation of LAN internetworks based on
                  NetWare and related products, and the strategies for making … 1994.
 491-3        Principles of TCP/IP [61 min.]
                  Program provides an introduction to the structure and functions of the TCP/IP suite, and explains
                  the major mechanisms of TCP/IP. Also discusses the major issues involved in using TCP/IP in
                  future networks. 1996.
 491-4        Fundamentals of Ethernet LANs [49 min.]
                  This video seminar presents the different types of "Ethernet" networks, their construction, operation,
                  utilization, and interconnection. 1996.

 493          From micros to monsters / System analysis and design [60 min.]
                  A survey of electronic data, computer hardware and software systems, and developments that will
                  provide the basis for further advancements in data processing. (This tape includes parts 13 and 14
                  of a 26 part series: The New Literacy.) 1988.


 759           Learning i-Net+ [ 4 videocassettes; 6 hours]                                                                Study Guides
                  Chad Petersen. Provo, Utah : KeyStone Learning Systems, c2000. This certification learning
                  course is the basis of any Internet-related profession. KeyStone's i-Net+ learning course will help
                  you master Internet basics and help you develop the strong foundation you need for a successful
                  career in today's fast-paced business world.

                   Level 1/Tape 1      1.0   Basic Networking Concepts [61 min.]
                                       2.0   Basic Internet Concepts [17 min.]
                                       3.0   Protocols [25 min.]
                   Level 2/Tape 2      1.0   Servers [25 min.]
                                       2.0   Internet Clients [28 min.]
                                       3.0   Internet Client Configuration and Usage [39 min.]
                                       4.0   Internet Search Engines [10 min.]
                   Level 3/Tape 3      1.0   Network Security [22 min.]
                                       2.0   Internet Development [36 min.]
                                       3.0   Internet Site Design [31 min.]
                   Level 4/Tape 4      1.0   Internet Troubleshooting [45 min.]
                                       2.0   Business Concepts [20 min.]


 729          Learning Red Hat Linux 6.X Exam 033 KLS Corp. [Introduction to                                               Study Guides
              Red Hat Linux 6.X] [4 videocassettes, 8 hrs. 1 min.]
                  Nicholas Wells. Provo, Utah: KeyStone Learning Systems, c2000.
                   Level 1/Tape 1    3.0 Introduction to Red Hat Certification [5 min.]
                                     4.0 Linux and Windows [9 min.]
                                     5.0 Booting and Logging into Linux [20 min.]
                                     6.0 Understanding the Linux File System [22 min.]
                                     7.0 Performing File Maintenance Tasks [19 min.]
                                     8.0 Using the Linux Command Line [15 min.]
                                     9.0 Command Help [17 min.]
                   Level 2/Tape 2    1.0 Creating Documents [25 min.]
                                     2.0 Controlling File Access [19 min.]
                                     3.0 Launching Applications [8 min.]
                                     4.0 Printing in Red Hat Linux [22 min.]
                                     5.0 Using Regular Expressions [10 min.]


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                                       6.0   Copying Data to Floppy Disks [13 min.]
                                       7.0   Redirecting Input and Output [35 min.]
                   Level 3/Tape 3      1.0   Using Gnome for Common Tasks [16 min.]
                                       2.0   Starting Applications [11 min.]
                                       3.0   Customizing Gnome [29 min.]
                                       4.0   Using Simple Gnome Applications [19 min.]
                                       5.0   Viewing & Creating Graphics [17 min.]
                                       6.0   Using the File Manager [17 min.]
                                       7.0   The Gnome Control Center [17 min.]

                   Level 4/Tape 4      1.0   System Tools [18 min.]
                                       2.0   The KDE Menus [16 min.]
                                       3.0   Another Level Menus [4 min.]
                                       4.0   Understanding Software Packages [18 min.]
                                       5.0   Using Graphical RPM Tools [13 min.
                                       6.0   Accessing the Network [7 min.]
                                       7.0   Using Configuration Utilities [15 min.]
                                       8.0   Introducing LinuxConf [10 min.]


 729          Learning Red Hat Linux 6.X Exam 133 KLS Corp. system administration          Study Guides
              [Red Hat Linux 6.X system administration] [6 videocassettes, 11 hrs. 56 min.]
                  Nicholas Wells. Provo, Utah: KeyStone Learning Systems, c2000.
                   Level 1/Tape 5    1.0 Introductions [6 min.]
                                     2.0 Important Concepts [7 min.]
                                     3.0 Installing Red Hat Linux [44 min.]
                                     4.0 Starting the System [13 min.]
                                     5.0 Configuring LILO [10 min.]
                                     6.0 Setting up Graphics [36 min.]
                   Level 2/Tape 6    1.0 The Initialization Process [26 min.]
                                     2.0 Basic System Administration [14 min.]
                                     3.0 Some Command Line Utilities [41 min.]
                                     4.0 File System Administration [27 min.]
                   Level 3/Tape 7    1.0 Using the File System Automounter [13 min.]
                                     2.0 File System Troubleshooting [16 min.]
                                     3.0 RAID [14 min.]
                                     4.0 Using Diskettes [6 min.]
                                     5.0 Backing up the System [26 min.]
                                     6.0 Using Disk Quotas [12 min.]
                   Level 4/Tape 8    1.0 User and Group Management [45 min.]
                                     2.0 Managing Processes [49 min.]
                                     3.0 Managing jobs in the Shell [12 min.]
                                     4.0 Automating Process Execution [14 min.]
                   Level 5/Tape 9    1.0 Managing Printing [30 min.]
                                     2.0 Kernel Modules [15 min.]
                                     3.0 Kernel [33 min.]
                                     4.0 Logging [13 min.]
                                     5.0 Networking Basics [27 min.]
                   Level 6/Tape 10 1.0 Client Networking Services [25 min.]
                                     2.0 Sharing File Systems—NFS [10 min.]
                                     3.0 Sharing File Systems—Samba [25 min.]
                                     4.0 Sharing File Systems—NetWare [6 min.]
                                     5.0 Procmail [8 min.]
                                     6.0 Introducing Internet Services [24 min.]


 515          Privacy & the global information infrastructure [label: Computers,
              freedom & privacy] [96 min.]
                  Recorded at the 6th Conference on Computers, Freedom & Privacy, March 1996 at MIT,
                  sponsored by MIT and World Wide Web Consortium; Panelists: Peter J. Hustling, Paul
                  Andre Comeau, Cristine Varney, Colin J. Bennett. 1996.


 514          Real-time systems design lecture [60 min.]                                                     Study guide; final exam;
                  An IEEE/EAB self-study course, with diskette. 1995.                                        IEEE Recommended
                                                                                                             Practice
 672           Robots rising [100 min.]
                  Explores the frontiers of robot technology from their idealistic development and application to
                  their darker side, the potential for abuse and disturbing implications of autonomous, semi-
                  autonomous and remote-operated machines. 1998.



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 DVD 52       Spam [30 min.]
                  "Explains how shady advertisers send spam and then presents proactive strategies for combating
                  it: spam filters, blacklists and white lists, opt-in and opt-out protocols, anti-spam legislation with
                  real teeth, and greater cooperation between legitimate businesses, Internet and online service
                  providers, and consumers."--container. Films Media Group, 2005.

 DVD 53       Time Frenzy [Keeping up with tomorrow] [59 min.]
                  One of the ironies of today's technologies is that they were supposed to save time and improve
                  the quality of life. What went wrong? Examines the social and ethical consequences of the
                  increasingly fast pace of life in the U.S. Contrasts the American 24/7 work ethic with the business
                  traditions of other countries. Examiens the impact of technology on personal relationships,
                  education, health, and the environment. Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2000/2005 DVD.



               Triumph of the nerds: An irreverent history of the PC industry: 1996. [51 min. each]
 509          Impressing their friends [v1] and on DVD 040
                  Covers pioneering years of PC revolution during mid-1970's in Silicon Valley. Includes Altair 8800,
                  Homebrew Computer Club, West Coast Computer Faire and hippie culture, nerds and hobbyists.
                  Steve Wozniak eventually spawns Apple II, while Steve Jobs, …
 510          Riding the bear [v2] and on DVD 040
                  Explains how PC industry came of age in 1980s. Includes interviews with Bill Gates of Microsoft,
                  IBM's decision to "buy, not build" PC technology, introduction of IBM's PC into the U.S. Market
                  followed rapidly by clones, shaky co-operation …Windows.
 511          Great artists steal [v3] and on DVD 040
                  Examines changes in PC industry during 1990s and their impact on future. Includes introduction of
                  Windows 95, satellite links and Xerox PARC, user friendly technology adopted by Steve Jobs for
                  Macintosh. … Graphical User Interface (GUI) … Internet.




                Nerds 2.0.1: A brief history of the Internet. 1998. [60 min. each] Sequel to the
                   1996 hit Triumph of the Nerds, Bob Cringely, a self-proclaimed nerd and industry gossip
                   columnist, leads viewers through the ins and outs of one of the most exciting and volatile
                   industries on the planet – the Internet.
 848          Networking the Nerds [v1]
                  In this episode, we learn how the seeds of the Internet were planted by Uncle Sam and how we
                  owe it all to Sputnik. In reaction to Russia‘s leap ahead in technology, President Eisenhower
                  and the Pentagon developed a new agency called ARPA. Developed by a small
                  Massachusetts company BB&N, ARPAnet was created to connect computer researchers at
                  universities across the nation. In nine months flat, the technology was invented, built and
                  installed on time and on budget – and this was a government project?
 849          Serving the Suits [v2]
                  This second episode examines the advent of the PC and the need to connect them all to a
                  network. But first someone had to figure out how to do it. That guy was Bob Metcalfe, founder
                  of 3Com. As the market for networking evolved the battle began in earnest; 3Com, Sun, Novell,
                  Cisco and Microsoft entered the market creating a civil war and billion-dollar partnerships.
 850          Wiring the World [v3]
                  In this final episode we visit Excite, a typical Silicon Valley entrepreneurial adventure. Then we
                  unlock the making of the World Wide Web, created by Tim Berners-Lee in Geneva, who made
                  "http://www" the star it is today. While the World Wide Web was making the Internet available
                  to more people, it still wasn't a friendly experience. Netscape and Microsoft changed all that so
                  the Internet has become a 24-hour a day medium where people can do business, chat and go
                  shopping.




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 484          Distance learning primer             [20 min.]
                  Highlights the U.S. Department of Education's Star Schools programs to present an
                  introduction to distance learning, including information about the technologies, applications,
                  programs, and resources available. 1994.


 508          Effective teamwork [shelved in wall cabinet]                                                         Kit with audiocassette
                  Work groups; decision-making. [AMI How-to series] 1995.                                          & book

 600          Hands-on world wide web: Spinning your own site [2 videocassettes]                                   Slides from presentation
                  Workshop presenting development of web sites in two parts (part 1: Tools and uses;
                  part 2: Using HTML). 1998.


 517          Information superhighway: Understanding and using the Internet
              -- a step-by-step guide. 1994. [30 min.]

 455          An introduction to the Internet: What to know and how to get on. 1995. [45 min.]

 481          Internet: Doing Business on the Internet [25 min.]
                  Discusses doing business on the Internet. 1997.
 482          Internet tools [101 min.]
                  This program deals with electronic mail tools, world wide web browsers, online search tools, file
                  transfer tools, gopher software, and news readers. 1995.
 483          Internet e-mail [86 min.]
                  Answers the following questions: what is Email, why use Email, addressing, tools, and creating
                  Email messages. 1995.


 452-1        Learn! Microsoft Windows 95: Getting started [58 min.]
                  Video series is designed to help one learn the new Windows 95. Whether a beginner or
                  experienced Window user, one needs to learn new ways with Windows 95. 1996.
 452-2        Learn! Microsoft Windows 95: Internet, Email, Faxing and more. 1996. [58 min.]
 452-3        Learn! Microsoft Windows 95: Tips, tricks and shortcuts [58 min.]
                  Video series is designed to help one learn the new Windows 95. Whether a beginner or
                  experienced Window user, one needs to learn new ways with Windows 95. 1996.


 456          Mastering and using WordPerfect 5.1 for Windows. 1993.

               Networking series:
 491-1        Networking series: Basic elements [60 min.]
                  The basics -- The fundamental problem: moving bits -- Organizing the bits: protocols -- Organizing
                  the protocols: architectures -- Agreeing on architectures and protocols: standards -- Making
                  connections -- What is being connected -- Ways to connect: … 1995.
 491-2        Building internets with Netware [60 min.]
                  As more PCs become connected to LANs, LAN internetworking becomes a vital element of enterprise
                  computing. Program will discuss the design and implementation of LAN internetworks based on
                  NetWare and related products, and the strategies for making … 1994.
 491-3        Principles of TCP/IP [61 min.]
                  Program provides an introduction to the structure and functions of the TCP/IP suite, and explains
                  the major mechanisms of TCP/IP. Also discusses the major issues involved in using TCP/IP in
                  future networks. 1996.
 491-4        Fundamentals of Ethernet LANs [49 min.]
                  This video seminar presents the different types of "Ethernet" networks, their construction, operation,
                  utilization, and interconnection. 1996.




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 681           Aging [26 min.]
                  Covers physical processes of aging in the human body, examining the various body systems to
                  see how and why they change with age. Discusses changes that are unavoidable and those that
                  can be slowed down or reversed. 1985.

 682           Aging process         [19 min.]
                  Explains effects of aging on human mind and body, explores "damage" and "cell clock" theories
                  about why cells wear out, & examines lifestyle habits that affect both longevity and quality of life
                  (exercise, regular checkups for cancer, proper diet, …) 1992.

 839           AIDS : Allie’s Story [14 min.]
                  Presents the story of Allison Gertz, who was neither promiscuous nor an IV drug user, but
                  became a victim of AIDS after spending a night with a bartender she had known for years.
                  Introduces a model program for peer group counseling now in place at the University of California
                  at Berkeley, where students come together to explore issues of sexuality. 1989.

496            AIDS -- Why should I care? [19 min.]
                  Robert E. Windom, U.S. Asst. Sec. for Health, is joined by actors, singers, & representatives of
                  AIDS victims' advocacy groups to urge people to take measures to prevent the spread of AIDS &
                  to personally & actively adopt attitudes of understanding …

 489           (Communicating with the) Alzheimer's-type population: The validation method
                  [19 min.] The power of validation to reach people with dementia becomes strikingly obvious as
                  viewers watch Naomi Feil use role-plays to demonstrate how validation reduces both the anguish
                  experienced by clients and the burnout experienced by their caregivers. 1991.

 586           Memories of love: Families caring [34 min.]
                  Discusses how to help a loved one suffering from Alzheimer's disease & challenges of providing
                  care. Focuses on understanding disease, emotional needs of patients, available resources, &
                  importance of support groups for caregivers. Includes interviews… 1993.

 587           Understanding Alzheimer's disease [31 min.]
                  Discusses evaluation, diagnosis, & treatment of Alzheimer's disease from a
                  research perspective. Focuses on neurological medical, psychiatric, & social work
                  assessment of patients; the treatment of disease as it progresses; and complications
                  … 1993.

 588           Memories of love: Caring for the caregiver [16 min.]
                  Discusses physical, emotional, & financial effects of Alzheimer's disease on caregivers. Focuses
                  on educational needs, adult day care, alternative living arrangements, & support groups. 1993.


 643           Assessment        [from National Institute on Drug Abuse videotape series--22 min.]
                  Discusses the advantages of assessing patients of drug treatment. 1994.


                At time of diagnosis [30 min. each]
                  Understanding the diagnosis -- What happens next? -- Treatment & management --                   (All) Workbook/Guide
                  Issues & answers. 1996.
 582-1           Alcoholism
 582-2           Anorexia & bulimia
 582-3           Arthritis
 582-4 c1,c2     Breast cancer
 582-5           Colon & rectal cancer
 582-6           Depression
 582-7           Endometriosis
 582-8           Gallstones
 582-9           Infertility
 582-10          Insomnia
 582-11          Menopause: and before menopause
 582-12          Migraine & other headaches
 582-13          Osteoporosis
 582-14          Overweight & obesity

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 582-15 c1,c2     Prostate cancer
 582-16 c1,c2     Prostate disorders
 582-17           Skin cancer
 582-18           Stress & anxiety
 582-19           Thyroid disorders
 582-20           Ulcers (gastrointestinal)
 582-21 c1,c2     Cataracts
 582-22           High blood pressure
 582-23           Breast lumps
 582-24           Back pain (lower back)
 582-25           Asthma in children
 582-26           Diabetes
 582-27           Stroke

 812            Baby Basics [110 min.]
                   Guide for new and expectant parents, illustrates with diagrams and demonstrations what parents need
                   to know for those first critical months in a child‘s life. Ch.1—The newborn at birth, Ch.2—Caring for
                   yourselves post-partum, Ch.3—First days at home, Ch.4—Daily care, Ch.5—Feeding, Ch.6—Health
                   and safety, Ch.7—Crying and sleeping, Ch.8—Growth and development


 835            Body, Mind, Spirit: one step at a time – a presentation of drug and alcohol
                   treatment programs [2 videocassettes, 30 min. each – one for adolescents,
                   one for adults]
                  Careers interactive video library:
 657            Health service careers [50 min.]
                   Contains: medical assistant, physical therapy assistant, occupational therapy assistant, pharmacy
                   assistant, and dispensing optician. 1994.
 658            Careers in allied health I [60 min.]
                   Covers: speech pathologist, audiologist, animal health technician, dental assistant, physical
                   therapist, surgical technologist, nuclear medicine technologist, occupational therapist, dietitian,
                   and paramedic. 1995.
 659            Careers in allied health II [48 min.]
                   Covers: clinical lab technologist, dental lab technician, medical record technician, recreational
                   therapist, and radiologic technologist. 1995.
 660            Physicians & health practitioners careers                   [60 min.]
                   Covers: chiropractor, dentist, optometrist, oral surgeon, pharmacist, physician, registered nurse,
                   surgeon, veterinarian. 1995.


 311            Case of the missing fat            [10 min.]
                   Using "Dragnet" format, shows how exercise and diet produce weight loss. Increased activity for
                   caloric deficit, increased metabolism, use of vegetables and fruit in lieu of high cholesterol
                   products are credited for the fat loss. 1984.
 641            Color communicates             [20 min.]
                   Describes how we are surrounded by color which produces effects on us emotionally
                   as well as visually. Describes how manufacturers can use their research on color to
                   increase the sale of their products. 1992.
 642            Color in everyday life [25 min.]
                   Introduction to the psychology and language of color. Illustrates how color influences
                   actions, feelings, and decisions, and is useful for interior design, wardrobe planning,
                   and aesthetic awareness. 1992.

615-1           Community CPR [1] [109 min.]
                   Tape is designed to teach lifesaving skills to help adults, children and infants medical in an
                   emergency. 1997.
830             Community first aid and safety, American National Red Cross                                  [120 min.]
                   Used with the American Red Cross course in Community First Aid and Safety: Injuries, controlling
                   bleeding, immobilizing muscle, bone, joint injuries, sudden illness. 2001.



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               (You are the) EMT. 2000.
670-1         The EMS call [1] [28 min.]
670-2         The Well-being of the EMS provider [2] [25 min.]
670-3         Lifting and moving [3] [30 min.]
670-4         Airway management [4] [28 min.]
670-5         Patient assessment [5] [38 min.]
670-6         Communications [6] [35 min.]
670-7         Managing the geriatric patient [7] [30 min.]
670-8         Trauma management and spinal immobilization [8] [25 min.]
670-9         Pediatric emergencies 1 [9] [20 min.]
670-10        Pediatric emergencies 2 [10] [33 min.]


               EMT-B video series:
 562          Patient assessment           [63 min.]
                  Educational video contains six segments, each presenting a realistic re-creation of EMS calls to
                  demonstrate a specific part of the patient assessment process. 1995.


 634          Everybody rides the carousel                [72 min.]
                  Presents in animation the eight stages of life in the phases of personality development
                  described by psychologist Erik H. Erikson. Includes a variety of open-ended situations. 1975.

 596          Deadly meat: When a hamburger can kill [43 min.]
                  This ABC Turning Point program investigates government accountability for meat safety to
                  determine whether our meat supply is any safer since the 1993 E. coli outbreaks in
                  California & Washington state in which 4 children died and 100s were hospitalized. 1994.

 841          Eating healthy for the best years                 [23 min.]
                  Demonstrates how seniors can incorporate nutrition and fitness into their daily routines. 1992.

 310          Finding fitness your own way                  [9 min.]
                  The goal of this program is to show that "physical exercise pays." It provides up-to-date
                  information on incorporating exercise within one's lifestyle. 1984.


               Good work           1993.
 594-1        Health [Part I – 25 min.]
                  Each program profiles a young person who is an apprentice or has recently completed
                  training. Up-to-date information is provided about jobs, demands & educational
                  requirements: physiotherapist, occupational therapist, audiologist, speech-language
                  path.
 594-2        Health [Part II – 20min.]
                  Each program profiles a young person who is an apprentice or has recently completed
                  training. Up-to-date information is provided about jobs, demands & educational
                  requirements: x-ray tech., critical care attendant, pharmacist, dietician, geriatric social
                  worker.


595           Hepatitis A (The cutting edge medical report series) [18 min.]
                  Hepatitis A, a viral infection of liver, was once thought to be a plight of developing
                  countries, where water supplies are often contaminated and sewage facilities inadequate.
                  But in past 15 yrs., 30+ outbreaks have occurred in US. Sources, symptoms … 1997.

 630          Incredible human machine [52 min.]
                  Using a variety of different photographic techniques, the program takes the viewer on a tour of
                  the human body. 1986/75.

 598/707      Invaders: [Bacteria and viruses – only title on cover/label] [20 min.]
                  Shows the effects of bacteria and viruses on the human population. Also discusses prevention
                  of and immunization against disease. 1992.




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 840          It won’t happen to me: HIV positive [13 min.]
                  A young mother tells her personal story of how she discovered she was HIV positive. She
                  discusses how it has affected her relationship with her family and how she has come to cope
                  with carrying the virus. 1992.


 809           Life’s greatest miracle, by Lennet Nilsson (A NOVA production) [60 min.]
                  Shows the development of a child from conception to birth. 2001.


               The Living Body 1985. [26 min. each]
 661          Moving parts
                  Shows how human muscle activity is coordinated by cerebellum & how position sensors in
                  muscles & joints along with balancing mechanism of inner ear enable body to be controlled.
                  Presents cinemicrophotography of interior of knee.
 662          Messengers
                  Shows how chemical messengers control and coordinate many different processes of human body.
                  Focuses on role hormones play in response to a sudden emergency, so-called fight or flight reaction.
 663          Muscle power
                  Shows how human muscles produce enormous strength as two types of molecules telescope
                  against each other in large numbers. Includes muscular activity that takes place involuntarily,
                  such as contraction of heart muscle and motion of digestive tract.


               The new living body 1995. [20 min. each]
 458-1        Blood
                  Blood and circulation are explained … through the story of a sickle cell sufferer. Intro. to topics:
                  blood structure & function, heart & circulation, hemoglobin, DNA & protein synthesis, gas
                  exchange at cellular level, ... genetic counseling, …
 458-2        Bones & joints
                  Effect of sports on bones & joints are shown as Dr. David Michaely diagnoses and treats injuries
                  suffered by the Harvard University football team. Discusses movement & human skeleton;
                  structure & function of joints; effects of exercise; degenerative …
 458-3        Brain
                  Introduced brain structure and function, localization of brain activity, motor and sensory neurons,
                  & simple reflex arcs. Computerized tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, & advanced
                  surgical techniques are used to explore the brain.
 458-4        Breathing
                  Begins by looking at a typical day in life of a cystic fibrosis sufferer. Structure & function of lungs
                  are seen through mixture of computer graphics and real life video. Problems encountered with CF
                  are compared with functioning of normal healthy lung…
 458-5        Digestion
                  This program provides a thorough introduction to the structure and functions of the digestive tract
                  using the latest body imaging techniques; also explains how dietary fat is digested and assimilated
                  by the body.
 458-6        Homeostasis (missing – see second copy: VHS 664)
                  Observes what happens in body during a marathon race. By monitoring various physiological
                  responses of one runner, shows many changes and adjustments being made as race progresses.
                  Topics: homeostatic mechanisms, regulation of temperature, regulation …
 458-7        Muscles
                  Widespread nature of muscle tissue in the body is introduced as this program looks at the complex
                  movements involved in the exercise of rowing. Nature of muscle itself is examined, from its gross
                  structure to its detailed microstructure, …
 458-8        Reproduction: Designer babies
                  Examines some of the issues raised by the potential uses and misuses of genetic technology and
                  demonstrates techniques of both ultra-sound scanning and amniocentesis as well as explaining
                  latest genetic manipulation techniques & … human genome project.
458-9         Senses
                  Discusses the role of the senses in providing information to the brain, how sight and balance operate
                  and interact, then how modern technology can be used to overcome sensory limitations.
458-10        Skin
                  Discusses the structure and function of the skin, sunburn, the effects of ultraviolet light on the
                  skin, melanin, and the causes and treatment of skin cancer.




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 464          Living with grief: Children mourning, mourning children
                  [Condensed version – 70 min.] Noted experts in field of children & grief (panelists: Paul
                  Alexander, Ronald K. Barrett, Charles A. Corr, Earl A. Grollman, Catherine M. Sanders) speak
                  about how children think about death & how children experience grief in different developmental
                  stages. 3/30/96.
 465          Living with grief: Children mourning, mourning children [full version - 150 min.]
 466          Living with grief after sudden loss [156 min.]
                  Will assist those who come in contact with the suddenly bereaved in identifying ways that sudden
                  loss complicates the grieving process, will discuss appropriate short and long-term interventions
                  that can assist survivors of sudden loss, … 4/17/96.
 467          Living with grief after sudden loss [same as above]
 558          Living with grief: When illness is prolonged [full version – 150 min.]
                  Four segments: 1) The nature of grief, 2) The faces of grief, 3) Strategies for intervention, and 4)
                  Caring for the caregiver. Panel: Betty Davies, Kenneth J. Doka, William Lamers, Jr., Therese A.
                  Rando.
 558 cond.    Living with grief: When illness is prolonged [condensed version – 70 min.]
 559 (3 copies) Living with grief: Personally and professionally: A national bereavement
                teleconference [56 min.]
                  Describes the grieving process, ways in which grief can be resolved, & methods to deal with one's
                  grief. Discusses anticipatory grief & gives examples of grief manifestation at the time of death and
                  during ritual period. Range of resources for caregivers. 1997.

 490          Looking for yesterday [29 min.]
                  Demonstrates a type of therapy called fantasy therapy (more recently) "validation therapy") for
                  disoriented aged patients who do not respond to reality orientation. Therapy helps patients
                  express feelings, gain sense of identity and more fluent speech … 1978.

 683          Man immortal           [53 min.]
                  Uses latest research to explore possibility of human immortality. Experts in areas of fibroblast
                  growth factor therapy, nutrition, genetics, aerobic metabolism, & cancer research discuss
                  implications of findings on aging process. 1999.

 633          New immunology, an overview [30 min.]
                  Presents a brief overview of immunology and describes the function and physiology of the
                  immune system, antigen, T-cell, B-cell, antibody, etc. 1989.


               Choices and challenges               (Social policy; Ethics, Modern, 20th century)     [136 min. each]
 551          Quality of life at the end of life
 552          Quality of life in the electronic village [2 tapes]
 553          Quality of life in the global environment: Sharing the earth's water supply                                   Transcript
 554          Quality of life in the global environment: Preparing for the next century                                     Transcript
                  [2 tapes] Public forum examines environmental trends, rethinking views of nature, worldwide
                  development strategies affecting gender, poverty & the environment, and ethical, social &
                  economic policies. Panelists: A. Hammond, E. Linden, M. Rojas, T. Fricke, M.Sagoff.

 597          Raw terror: E. coli bacteria (Medical detectives series) [24 min.]
                  Describes an eleven-year-old boy's near death from E. coli bacteria food poisoning and the
                  measures taken to save him. 1997.

 497          Right to die: The choice is yours                [14 min.]
                  Discusses the right to refuse medical treatment and gives information about "living wills." 1987.




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                  RX Exercise: A Complete Workout for Better Living
                   (Time Life Medical Series) [75 min. each]: 1996.
         697    Arthritis                                                                                                  Workbook/Guide
                A better understanding -- Safety and results -- Experienced instructors -- Strength and flexibility --
                Fitness-in-motion -- Issues and answers. New York: Patient Education Media. [Osteoarthritis;
                Physical Fitness; Exercise]
         698    Back Pain                                                                                                  Workbook/Guide
                Guide describes basic strengthening and stretching exercises. This video discusses low back pain
                and the benefits of exercise. Exercises are demonstrated that will increase your range of motion and
                build strength and flexibility to help manage and prevent low back pain.
         699    Healthy Heart                                                                                              Workbook/Guide
                Guide describes basic elements of healthy heart exercise program. This video discusses heart health and
                demonstrates aerobic exercises to build endurance, increase body strength, muscle tone and flexibility.
         700    Stress & Anxiety                                                                                           Workbook/Guide
                Guide describes basic elements of mind and body relaxation. Regular physical activity has been shown
                to help control weight, build and maintain healthy bones, reduce feelings of depression and anxiety and
                reduce the risks of developing diabetes, high blood pressure and dying from heart disease.


 602           Science of staying young: Unlocking the secrets of longevity [22 min.]                                        Film notes
                    New research on how our brains work, about diseases associated with old age, & about
                    nutrition is leading scientists to redefine what it means to grow old. Show examines research,
                    looking at a study of new way to prevent onset of age-related dementia … 1996.


 DVD 015       Super size me [100 min.]
                    Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock embarks on a journey to find out if fast food is making Americans fat.
                    For 30 days he can‘t eat or drink anything that isn‘t on McDonald‘s menu; he must eat three square
                    meals a day, he must eat everything on the menu at least once and supersize his meal if asked.
                    He treks across the country interviewing a host of experts on fast food and a number of regular folk
                    while downing McDonald‘s to try and find out why 37% of Americans are now overweight.
                    Spurlock‘s grueling diet spirals him into a metamorphosis that will make you think twice about
                    picking up another Big Mac. Sundance Film Festival, 2004.


                Taking Care Program
 364           Cholesterol: The heart of the matter [14 min.]
 365           Don't keep silent about safety [11 min.]
 367           Hypertension: It can happen to anyone [9 min.]
 368           Interpersonal communication: Keep the lines open [12 min.]
 369           Substance abuse: Help yourself…help another [12 min.]


DVD 99         Universe Within : an incredible voyage into the microworld of the human body
                 [Nova] [60 min.]
                    Chp. 1 Prologue -- Chp. 2 Introduction -- Chp. 3 A man who can fly: bones and muscles -- Chp. 4 Ice
                    climber: the immune response -- Chp. 5 A woman of speed: nutrition and digestion -- Chp. 6 Preparing for
                    the big event: pregnancy. Using microphotography to explore the hidden world inside the human body, this
                    program covers four incredible team efforts: the coordination of muscles, bones, heart and circulatory
                    system that makes Mike Powell the world‘s greatest long jumper; the struggle of ice climber Rob Taylor to
                    survive the onslaught of infection; the digestive dynamo that turns a simple sandwich eaten by five-time
                    Olympic gold medalist Bonnie Blair into raw energy for a blistering sprint down the ice; and the ultimate
                    event--the development of a new human life inside track star Karen Hatchett.




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                 Applied Phlebotomy Video Series: Center for Phlebotomy Education, 2004
922-1         Basic Venipuncture [32 min.] Illustrates the basic venipunture technique according the NCCLS standards.
922-2         Preventing Preanalytical Errors [43 min.] This tape details errors that collectors can introduce into
                   specimens during collection, transportation and storage that can alter test results.

922-3         Avoiding Phlebotomy-Related Lawsuits [42 min.] This video identifies the types of injuries patients
                   suffer from poorly performed venipunctures that prompt legal action and the errors healthcare personnel commit that
                   inflict them.

                Delmar's medical assisting video series: administrative and clinical
                 procedures: 1997.
 521-1        Professionalism and communication skills [46 min.]
                  Demonstrates professionalism and communication skills needed in the medical assisting profession.
 521-2        Legal and ethical issues            [28 min.]
                  Describes role of medical assistant as the agent of the physician in the doctor/patient
                  relationship; explains legal limitations. DACUM coded.
 521-3        Administrative skills [42 min.]
                  Reviews administrative skills including scheduling and monitoring appointments and filling out
                  insurance claim forms using proper codes. DACUM coded.
 521-4        Modern reimbursement procedures                    [40 min.]
                  Describes procedures for preparing insurance forms. Explores basic ICD-9-CM coding. DACUM coded.
 521-5        Infection control and standard precautions                   [59 min.]
                  Demonstrates infection control procedures. DACUM coded.
 521-6        Vital signs: temperature, pulse, and respiration                    [25 min.]
                  Demonstrates procedures for taking temperature, pulse and respiration. DACUM coded.
 521-7        Blood pressure, measurements, and screening procedures                            [26 min.]
                  Demonstrates procedures in taking blood pressure, measurements, vision and hearing
                  screenings. DACUM coded.
 521-8        Taking a patient history; prepare for examination; treatment and health promotion
              procedures [35 min.]
                  Demonstrates procedures involved in taking a patient history and preparing for the examination. DACUM coded.
 521-9        Body mechanics, therapeutic and rehabilitative procedures                           [35 min.]
                  Demonstrates basic body mechanics, therapeutic and rehabilitative care procedures a medical
                  assistant may perform.
 521-10       Office emergencies, respiratory emergencies, and first aid                         [43 min.]
                  Presents medical emergency and first aid procedures for the medical assistant. DACUM coded.
 521-11       Prepare and administer oral and topical medications                        [22 min.]
                  Demonstrates the procedures involved in preparing and administering medications. DACUM coded.
 521-12       Prepare and administer parenteral medications                      [26 min.]
                  Demonstrates the procedures involved in preparing and administering parenteral medications.
                  DACUM coded.
 521-13       Venipuncture, hematology, and immunology [50 min.]
                   Demonstrates the procedures involved in preparing, collecting and analyzing blood samples.
 521-14       Collect and process specimens                [46 min.]
                  Demonstrates the procedures involved in preparing, collecting and analyzing urine, stool, throat,
                  vaginal and other samples taken from a patient. DACUM coded.
 521-15       Cardiac screening procedures                [28 min.]
                  Procedures are presented in the use of an electrocardiogram. DACUM coded.

               The New nursing assistant 2000:                    1997. [formerly VHS 494]                        Series Instructor's
 RT 87 .I5    Infection control skills          [15 min.]                                                          Guide
 I54 1997         Meets expanded CDC standard precaution guidelines. Covers: handwashing, using
                  protective gloves, handling linen, using a protective gown, handling infectious waste,
                  and cleaning a blood spill.
 RT 48    Measuring vital signs: Temperature, pulse, respiration and blood pressure [28 min.]
.M43 1997   This program demonstrates and describes how to measure temperature, pulse, respiration and
                  blood pressure.



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 RT 87           Personal care skills          [20 min.]
.N532 1997           Covers: cleaning and trimming nails, shaving the beard, assisting with hair and makeup,
                     assisting with dressing, and dressing when an IV catheter is in place.
 RT 87 .P67 Moving and turning [12 min.]
 M68 1997            Demonstrates and describes moving and turning techniques for nursing care. Includes:
                     using the lift sheet for moving up, to the side of the bed and for turning; assisting to move
                     up in the bed or to one side, and turning away from or toward the nurse.
 RT 87     Transfer and ambulation [24 min.]
.N532 1997    Covers: pivot transfer from bed to wheelchair, pivot transfer from wheelchair to toilet, two-person
                     lift from bed to wheelchair, three-person lift from bed to gurney, transfer with mechanical lift,
                     assisting with ambulation, and assisting with falling.


                 Saunders clinical skills for the medical assistant:                        1995.
 495-1           Vital signs: Taking blood pressure [20 min.]
                     Explains and demonstrates the principles of taking blood pressure and the procedures
                     followed with patients.
 495-2           Vital signs: Recording temperature, pulse and respirations                            [20 min.]
                     Explains and demonstrates the principles of recording temperature, pulse and respirations with
                     patients.
 495-3           The medical record             [20 min.]
                     Discusses the medical record, a written report of information about a patient that includes health
                     history, results of physical exams, lab reports, diagnostic tests, progress notes, diagnosis and
                     prognosis.
 495-4           Personal safety: The OSHA standard. [25 min.]
                     Discusses OSHA guidelines including the six categories of importance: (1.) universal
                     precautions, (2.) engineering controls, (3.) work practice controls, (4.) personal protective
                     equipment, (5.) housekeeping and (6.) Hepatitis B vaccination.
 495-5           Positioning and draping [15 min.]
                     Demonstrates how a medical assistant should position and drape a patient for a variety of
                     medical examinations. Also identifies some of the exams that require these positions.

                   EMT-B video series:
 562             Patient assessment           [63 min.]
                     Educational video contains six segments, each presenting a realistic re-creation of EMS calls to
                     demonstrate a specific part of the patient assessment process. 1995.

 615-1           Community CPR [1] [109 min.]
                     Tape is designed to teach lifesaving skills to help adults, children and infants medical in an
                     emergency. 1997.
 830             Community first aid and safety, American National Red Cross                                  [120 min.]
                      Used with the American Red Cross course in Community First Aid and Safety: Injuries, controlling
                      bleeding, immobilizing muscle, bone, joint injuries, sudden illness. 1993.

                  Careers interactive video library:
 657             Health service careers [50 min.]
                     Contains: medical assistant, physical therapy assistant, occupational therapy assistant, pharmacy
                     assistant, and dispensing optician. 1994.
 658             Careers in allied health I [60 min.]
                     Covers: speech pathologist, audiologist, animal health technician, dental assistant, physical therapist,
                     surgical technologist, nuclear medicine technologist, occupational therapist, dietitian, and paramedic. 1995.
 659             Careers in allied health II            [48 min.]
                     Covers: clinical lab technologist, dental lab technician, medical record technician, recreational therapist,
                     and radiologic technologist. 1995.
 660             Physicians & health practitioners careers [60 min.]
                     Covers: chiropractor, dentist, optometrist, oral surgeon, pharmacist, physician, registered nurse,
                     surgeon, veterinarian. 1995.




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 558          Living with grief: When illness is prolonged [full version – 150 min.]
                  Four segments: 1) The nature of grief, 2) The faces of grief, 3) Strategies for intervention, and 4)
                  Caring for the caregiver. Panel: Betty Davies, Kenneth J. Doka, William Lamers, Jr., Therese A.
                  Rando. 1997.
 558 cond. Living with grief: When illness is prolonged [condensed version – 70]
 559 (3 copies) Living with grief: Personally and professionally: A national bereavement teleconference
                  [56 min.] Describes the grieving process, ways in which grief can be resolved, & methods to
                  deal with one's grief. Discusses anticipatory grief & gives examples of grief manifestation at the
                  time of death and during ritual period. Range of resources for caregivers. 1995.


 527          Understanding the basics of the Medicare program                          [29 min.]
                  Medicare 101--Instructional Video. Part A. Hospital coverage / Part B. Medical coverage. 1997.




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[See Medical Assistant list and other Health Science areas.]




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         BF 724 .T7              Triggering Positive Health Choices
         HF 5549 .D437           Personnel/Human Resource Management
         HQ 755.8 .F57           The First Years: What To Expect
         HV 1451 .I55            I’m Pretty Old
         KF 3827 .P935           Advanced Directives for Healthcare Personnel
         QP 376 .B75             The Brain: 3 Tape Series
         QP 91 .B46              Blood (52 min.)
         QZ 200 .H847            How To be Exceptional (Dr. Siegel and ECaP Patients Share Their Stories)
         R 724 .F652 1999        Focus on Professionalism [32 min.] Brady Prentice Hall.
         R 726.5 .H434           The Healing Tape
         R 726.5 .Q1             Quantum Healing Toward Perfect Health
         R 727.2 .A844 Tp.1      Managing Assaultive Patients/Self-Protection & Recovery
         R 727.2 .A844 Tp.2      Managing Assaultive Patients/Team Strategies & Containments
         R 729.8 .P76 2001       Protecting patients from medical errors [30 min.] Medcom
         [RA399] DVD 61, c1-2    Remaking American medicine: health care for the 21st century.
                                 (Includes Silent Killer; First Do No Harm; The Stealth Epidemic;
                                 Hand in Hand) PBS Home Video, 2006.
         RA 601.5 .F66X Pt.1     Part 1-Safe Food for the Hungry -Videoconference Workshop
         RA 601.5 .F66X Pt.2     Part 2-Safe Food for the Hungry -Videoconference Workshop
         RA638 .M919 1995        Multiple Drug Resistant Organisms: A Growing Concern
         RA 644 .P54             Playing it Safe
         RA 645.5 .A5            Ambu CPR Training Tape
         RA 645.5 .M35           Making a Difference: The History of Modern EMS
         RA 785 .R382            Relax
         RA 997 .N6              Not My Home
         RB 144 .B66             Body Fluids: The Critical Balance (with booklet)
                                 Tape 1: Part 1 (15 min.)
                                 Tape 2: Part 2 (17 min.)
         RB 210 .N33             Natural Process of Aging
         RC 76 .V834 1995        Abdomen [16 min.] (Visual Guide to Physical Examination pt. 7)
         pt.7                            Barbara Bates; Lippincott
         RC 76 .V834 1995        Breasts and axillae [11 min.] (Visual Guide to Physical Examination:
         pt.6                            pt.6) Barbara Bates; Lippincott
         RC 76 .V834 1995        Cardiovascular system (neck vessels and heart) [21 min.] (Visual
         pt.5                            Guide to Physical Examination: pt.5) Barbara Bates;
                                         Lippincott
         RC 76 .V834 1995        Cardiovascular system (peripheral vascular system) (Visual Guide to
         pt.4                            Physical Examination: pt.4) Barbara Bates; Lippincott
         RC 76 .V834 1995        Female genitalia, anus, and rectum [20 min.] (Visual Guide to
         pt.9                            Physical Examination: pt.9) Barbara Bates; Lippincott
         RC 76 .V834 1995        Head, eyes and ears [18 min.] (Visual Guide to Physical
         pt.2                            Examination: pt.2) Barbara Bates; Lippincott
         RC 76 .V834 1995        Male Genitalia [20 min.] (Visual Guide to Physical Examination:
         pt.8                            pt.8) Barbara Bates; Lippincott
         RC 76 .V834 1995        Musculoskeletal system [22 min.] (Visual Guide to Physical
         pt.10                           Examination: pt.10) Barbara Bates; Lippincott



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         RC 76 .V834 1995        Neurologic system (cranial nerves and sensory system) [22 min.]
         pt.11                           (Visual Guide to Physical Examination: pt.11) Barbara Bates;
                                         Lippincott
         RC 76 .V834 1995        Neurologic system (motor system and reflexes) [18 min.] (Visual
         pt.12                           Guide to Physical Examination: pt.12) Barbara Bates;
                                         Lippincott
         RC 76 .V834 1995        Nose, mouth, and neck [11 min.] (Visual Guide to Physical
         pt.1                            Examination: pt.1) Barbara Bates; Lippincott
         RC 76 .V834 1995        Thorax and lungs [22 min.] (Visual Guide to Physical Examination:
         pt.3                            pt.3) Barbara Bates; Lippincott
         RC 87.7 .S42            A Second Chance
         RC 87.9 .C267           Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: Recertification
         RC 280 .BP887           Power To Choose/Breakthroughs in Breast Cancer
         RC 348 .I33             Identifying Neurologic Deficits (two parts)
         RC 348 .N46             Nervous System
         RC 350.5 .C18           Care of the Patient with Cerebrovascular Accident
         RC 372 .H847            How to Recognize and Classify Seizures and Epilepsy
         RC 376.5 .B63 2002      Mosby’s Nursing Skills: Body mechanics and exercise [18 min.]
                                        Demonstrates the proper methods of positioning and transferring patients from bed to
                                        wheelchair or to an upright position. Shows how to help a patient walk, and exercises to
                                        ensure range of joint motion. 2002.
         RC 382 .P249 1993       Parkinsons’s Disease: Coming to Terms [24 min.]
         RC 388.5 .P273          Pathophysiology of Cerebrovascular Accident
         RC 440 .P679 pt.1       Psychiatric Nursing (PSY Part1 of 4): Introduction to Psychiatric
                                 Nursing Defense Mechanisms
         RC 440 .P679 pt.2       Psychiatric Nursing (PSY Part 2 of 4): Anxiety Disorders and
                                 Schizophrenia
         RC 440 .P679 pt.3       Psychiatric Nursing (PSY Part 3 of 4): Mood Disorders/Chemical
                                 Dependency
         RC 440 .P679 pt.4       Psychiatric Nursing (PSY Part 4 of 4): OMD,Eating Disorders,
                                 Violence, Child Abuse, Rape, and Legal Aspects
         RC 630 .N88 2002        Mosby’s Nursing Skills: Nutrition and fluids [16 min.]
                                        Focuses on the skills needed to help promote adequate nutrition and fluid intake. Includes
                                        preparing for meals, serving meal trays, and serving the dependent person.
         RC 630 .F2              The Family Tree of an ABG
         RC 630 .F7              Fluid and Electrolyte Emergencies
         RC 630 .F57             Fluid and Electrolytes video & workbook
         RC 660 .A2 D53          Diabetic Emergencies
         RC 660 .D534            Diabetes and Its Complications
         RC 661 .I6 I67          Diabetes: Insulin use & Management
         RC 670 .V37             Vascular System
         RC 674 .C18             Care of the Patient with Heart Failure
         RC 683.5 .A9 A88        Assessing Heart Sounds
         RC 683.5 .E5 R383       Reading EKGs
         RC 683 .C35             Assessment Review Series/ Cardiac System
         RC 685 .A6 L785         Living with your Angina: A Message for you
         RC 685 .C173 C63        Code: Cardiac Arrest
         RC 685 .C53 P273        Pathophysiology of Heart Failure
         RC 685 .C67 C67         Coronary Artery Disease: A Nursing Perspective (Book available.)

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         RC 685 .C173 C267       Cardiac Emergencies (2 copies)
         RC 685 .H93 H998        Hypertension and Its Complications
         RC 685 .I6              Compliance: Take it to Heart
         RC 733 .R47             Assessment Review Series/Respiratory System
         RC 735 .I5 O994         Mosby’s Nursing Skills: Oxygenation [20 min.]
         2002                            Presents oxygen safety; flow rates by nasal cannula and face mask; application of cannula
                                         and mask; airway maintenance, including suctioning; tracheostomy care. 2002.
         RC 735.5 .C37 Tp.1      Promoting Adequate Oxygenation
         RC 735.5 .C37 Tp.2      Oropharyngeal, Nasopharyngeal & Nasotracheal Suctioning
         RC 735.5 .C37 Tp.3      Care of the Client with Chest Tubes
         RC 735.5 .C37 Tp.4      Artificial Airways
         RC 735.5 .C37 Tp.5      Tracheostomy Care
         RC 735.5 .C37 Tp.6      Equipment and Oxygen Therapy
         RC 735.5 .A28           Acute Respiratory Failure (2 copies)
         RC 776 .O3              Mosby’s Nursing Skills: Suctioning [23 min.]
           S838 2002                   A nurse discusses how to properly suction a patient. 2002.

         RC 776 .O3 E43          Emergency Airway Problems
         RC 802 .N38             Nasogastric Intubation
         RC 803 .G3              Gastric and Gastrointestinal Decompression
         RC 803 .G39             Gastrointestinal System
         RC 848 .H44 S582        The Silent Attack (Hepatitis B/Abnormal Behavior)
         RC 874 .R47             Reproductive & Urinary Systems
         RC 874.7 .N67 2002      Mosby’s Nursing Skills: Normal elimination [24 min.]
                                     Discusses and demonstrates nursing techniques used to assist in the process of elimination,
                                     including the urinal, bedpan, catheter, and administering an enema. 2002.
         RC 874.7 .U7            Basic Clinical Skills: Urinary Care
         RC 901.7 .C2            Mosby’s Nursing Skills: Urinary catheter management [21 min.]
           U756 2002                    Presents urinary catheter insertion, including the indwelling catheter for female patients and
                                        the straight catheter for male patients; obtaining sterile urine specimens; removal of an
                                        indwelling catheter. 2002.
         RC 925.7 .M83           Musculoskeletal System
         RC 941 .A87             Assessing Chest Pain
         RC 953 .A844 1992       Assessing the Elderly: Functional Assessment [15 min.]
         RC 954 .C6 Tp.1         The Cognitively Impaired Geriatric Patient/The Disruptive Geriatric Patient
         RC 954 .C6 Tp.2         The Cognitively Impaired Geriatric Patient/Characteristics and Behavior
         RC 954 .C6 Tp.3         The Cognitively Impaired Geriatric Patient/Behavior Management and Support
         RC 954.3 .x24 2002      Mosby’s Nursing Skills: Safety and restraints [18 min.]
                                        Demonstrates safety measures to prevent falls from the bed or in the bathroom. Shows how to
                                        apply restraints and the circumstances in which they might be used. 2002.
         RC 954.3 .R25 1992      Restraint alternatives/Finding the Right Solution!
         RC 954.3 .D489          Developing Alternatives to Restraints
         RD 32.5 .S96            Nursing Skills 106 ―Surgical Scrub & Gowning & Gloving‖
         RD 50 .P746 2002        Mosby’s Nursing Skills: Preoperative nursing care [24 min.]
                                         Presents preoperative assessment, including nursing history, informed consent, risk factors,
                                         physical assessment parameters, and review of laboratory and diagnostic test results; family
                                         support and participation, including assessment of post-discharge needs; postoperative
                                         exercises and pain management, including diaphragmatic breathing, incentive spirometry,
                                         controlled coughing, PCA, and nonpharmacologic methods of pain relief; surgical
                                         preparation, including preoperative checklist and surgical consent. 2002.
         RD 51.3 .P678 2002      Mosby’s Nursing Skills: Postoperative nursing care [22 min.]
                                         Presents post-anesthesia recovery room transfer; pain management, including the use of
                                         PCA; promoting postoperative recovery, including breathing and coughing exercises,
                                         splinting, pneumatic compression stockings, wound care, and NG tube management.



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         RD 94 .W686 2002        Mosby’s Nursing Skills: Wound care [19 min.]
                                        Presents sterile gloving, including latex precautions; wound assessments, including indirect
                                        and direct assessments, wound drainage systems, and types of wound drainage; dressing
                                        changes, including wet-to-dry dressings and use of the wound VAC system. 2002.
         RD 536 .C4              Chest Drainage
         RD 540 .O886 2002       Mosby’s Nursing Skills: Ostomy care [28 min.]
                                        Presents pouching a colostomy; pouching a ureterostomy. 2002.
         RD 540.6 .O87           Ostomy Care
         RD 549 .H51             Pre&Post Op: Hip Fracture
         RD 549 .H52             Pre&Post Op: Hip Replacement
         RD 549 .I6              The Implant: Hip Replacement Surgery
         RD 557.5 .S559          Shoulder Capsular Reconstruction
         RD 561 .K59             Knee Replacement
         RD 563 .C4              Career Encounters: Podiatric Medicine
         RD 594.3 .S646          Spinal Nerve Surgery
         RD 594.3 .A28           Acute Neurological Care: Spinal Cord Injury
         RD 598 .M697 1997       Mitral Valve Surgery
         RD 599.5 .P58P687       Pituitary Tumor Surgery
         RD 661.5 .J329          Jaw Reconstruction
         RD 667.5 .B828          Breast Reduction Surgery
         RE 72 .C721 1997        A Career in Opthalmic Medical Assisting (3 copies)
         RE 451 .C357            Cataracts and Vision Problems
         RG 129 .H6 W556         What Every Woman Should Know About Estrogen
         RG 245 .P493 1993       Pediatric Nursing (PED Part 4 of 5): Children as Accident Victims
         pt.4                    and with Chronic Problems
         RG 245 .P493 1993       Pediatric Nursing (PED Part 5 of 5): Oncological/Infectious Diseases
         pt.5
         RG 269 .C35W9           Counseling Patients With Vaginal Yeast Infection
         RG 525 .B119            Babycare Basics/For the Breast-feeding Mother
         RG 761 .C37             Cesarean Delivery
         RG 801 .P67             Postpartum
         RG 951 .F47             Fetal Monitoring
         RG 951 .M37             Maternal Changes & Prenatal Care
         RG 951 .M373            Labor & Delivery: Augmentation
         RG 951 .M373 pt.1       Maternity Nursing (OB Part 1 of 5): Female Reproductive Nursing
         RG 951 .M373 pt.2       Maternity Nursing (OB Part 2 of 5): Labor and Delivery - Part 1
         RG 951 .M373 pt.3       Maternity Nursing (OB Part 3 of 5): Labor and Delivery - Part 2
         RG 951 .M373 pt.4       Maternity Nursing (OB Part 4 of 5): Postpartal Adaptation and
                                 Reproductive Risks
         RG 951 .M373 PED2       Pediatric Nursing (PED Part 2 of 5): Nursing Care of the Child with
                                 Congenital Anomalies
         RG 951 .M373 PED3       Pediatric Nursing (PED Part 3 of 5): Nursing Care of the Child with
                                 an Acute Illness/Child Surgical Care
         RG 951 .N871 pt.1       Nursing Care of the New Family/Ineffective Breast-feeding
         RG 951 .N871 pt.2       Nursing Care of the New Family/Nursing Assessment of the Postpartum
         RG 951 .N871 pt.3       Nursing Care of the New Family/Knowledge Deficit: Infant Care




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         RJ 50 .P4 1996          Pediatric assessment:
                                        Tape 1: Infants & toddlers [27 min.]
                                        Tape 2: Preschool and school-age children [23 min.]
                                        Tape 3: The Adolescent [22 min.]
         RJ 206 .A22 1991        The ABC's of Children's Nutrition (ask for written summary)
         RJ 216 .B32             Babycare Basics/For The Formula-Feeding Mother
         RJ 245 .P493            Pediatric Nursing (PED Part 1 of 5): Growth and Development
         RJ 251 .P5              Physical Assessment of the Newborn
         RK 55 .S53 O7           Oral Care for the Dependent Patient
         RL 675 .P74 2002        Mosby’s Nursing Skills: Preventing and treating pressure ulcers [22
                                        min.] Discusses risk assessment, prevention, and treatment of pressure ulcers. 2002.
         RM 146 .AD              Avoiding Medication Errors
         RM 147 .B27             Administering Oral, Topical, Suppository and Inhalant Medications:
                                 Medication Administration (26:43)
         RM 161 .M486            Mechanical Ventilation
         RM 169 .B27             Administering Intramuscular, Intradermal and Subcutaneous
                                 Injections: Medication Administration (25:01)
         RM 169 .P22 1992        Preparing Medication from an Ampule
         Tp.1
         RM 169 .P22 1992        Site Selection & Injection Techniques
         Tp.2
         RM 170 .D4              Detecting & Managing IV Therapy Problems
         RM 170 .M363 2002       Mosby’s Nursing Skills: Managing intravenous fluid therapy [20 min.]
                                        Presents regulating IV infusions, including calculating drip rate, using the roller-clamp
                                        method and infusion pumps; changing IV tubing and fluids; changing IV dressings, including
                                        assessment of the infusion site. 2002.
         RM 222.2 .D5            Diet Obsession (ask for written summary)
         RM 225 .E584 2002       Mosby’s Nursing Skills: Enteral nutrition [23 min.]
                                        Presents feeding tube insertion using the nasogastric route, including confirmation of tube
                                        placement; enteral feedings; feeding tube irrigation; feeding tube removal. 2002.
         RM 725 .R3              Nursing Skills 101 - ―Range of Motions‖
         RT 23 .C791             Nurse-Patient Relationships: Communication
         RT 41 .B6               Nursing Skills 104 - ―Body Mechanics‖
         RT 41 .B37 2002         Mosby’s Nursing Skills: Basic Principles [22 min.]
                                        Reviews the basic principles of nursing. Illustrates the roles and responsibilities of nursing
                                        team members, the nursing process, delegation, communication, and medical asepsis. 2002.
         RT 41 .N87 2000         Critical Thinking in the Nursing Process [28 min]
         RT 48 .A8               Assessing the Adult Head to Toe
         RT 48 .B271             Basic Clinical Skills: Temperature, Pulse, Respiration
         RT 48 .M43 2002         Mosby’s Nursing Skills: Measurements [23 min.]
                                        Demonstrates how to take accurate measurements in height and weight, intake and output of
                                        fluids, temperature, and blood pressure. 2002.




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         RT 48 .T456 2005        Ten Minute Assessment of the Adult [91 min.] Describes the four types
                                          of patient assessment in four different clinical settings using a case study
                                          format. Realistic scenarios provide a wealth of information and real time
                                          demonstrations of patient evaluations :
                                   1—Outpatient assessment – includes conducting a general survey interviewing the patient, using the
                                         mnemonic PQRST to describe his symptoms, taking vital signs, calculating of body mass
                                         index, and performing a head to toe physical exam. [23 min.]
                                   2—Pre-procedure assessment -- covers important pre-procedural nursing tasks, patient preparation,
                                         discussion of the principles and components of informed consent, a patient interview, review
                                         of the chart, and a head to toe physical assessment [24 min.]
                                   3—Inpatient assessment – includes a nurse-to-nurse verbal report, a chart review, definitions of AHA
                                         approved patient condition desriptors, a patient interview and a systems assessment review
                                         including the grading of pulses [23 min.]
                                   4—Emergency assessment – includes a rapid general survey, the ABCDE steps of emergency
                                         assessment, explanation and use of the Glasgow Coma Scale, and how to gather an AMPLE
                                         history [21 min.]
         RT 48.5 .S643 2002      Mosby’s Nursing Skills: Specimen Collection [21 min.]
                                          Presents mid-stream urine collection; fecal occult blood testing using the Hemocult test;
                                          gastroccult and gastric pH testing from an NG tube; sputum specimen collection; wound
                                          culture specimen; blood glucose testing; labeling, storage, and transfer of specimens to the
                                          laboratory; evaluating results of bedside tests. 2002.
         RT 50 .C48              Charting Medical Records: Do’s and Don’t for Nurses
         RT 50 .D4446            Defensive Documentation: A Line of Defense
         RT 55 .P964 2002        Professor Nightengale’s Test-taking strategies for student nurses:
                                        taking the multiple guess out of multiple choice. [25 min.]
         RT 62 .M31              Respiratory Disorders/Pre & Post Op
         RT 62 .M43 Tp.1         Fluids & Electrolytes
         RT 62 .M43 Tp.4         Gastrointestinal Disorders
         RT 62 .M43 Tp.5         Hepatic and Pancreatic Disorders
         RT 62 .M43 Tp.6         Musculoskeletal & Endocrine Disorders
         RT 62 .M43 Tp.7         Blood & Cardiovascular Disorders
         RT 62 .M43 Tp.8         Genitourinary System Disorders
         RT 62 .M43 Tp.9         Neurological Disorder
         RT 62 .M43 Tp.10        Oncology Nursing & Burns
         RT 62 .M431             Respiratory Disorders Part 1
         RT 73.5 .M67B2Tp.1      Specimen Collection
         RT 73.5 .M67B2Tp.2      Nutrition
         RT 73.5 .M67B2Tp.3      Promoting Bowel Elimination
         RT 73.5 .M67B2Tp.4      Wound Care and Applying Dressings
         RT 73.5 .M67B2Tp.5      Postoperative Skills
         RT 73.5 .M67B2Tp.6      Preoperative Skills
         RT 73.5 .M67B2Tp.7      Catheterization and Urinary Care
         RT 84 .P964-1           Nursing Assistant Techniques: Techniques in Bedmaking
         RT 84 .P964-2           Nursing Assistant Techniques: Techniques in Bathing
         RT 84 .P964-3           Nursing Assistant Techniques/Abnormal Signs & Symptoms
         RT 84 .P964-4           Nursing Assistant Techniques/Techniques in Personal Care
         RT 84 .P964-5           Nursing Assistant Techniques/Techniques in Toileting and
                                 Incontinent Care
         RT 84 .P964-6           Nursing Assistant Techniques/Measuring: Pulse, Respirations, B/P
         RT 86 .I5P4 2000        Percutaneous Endoscopic Feeding Tubes [19 min.]
         RT 86.7 .E8             Essential Skills for Nursing: Building a Foundation for Practice
         RT 87 .B3 B4            Basic Clinical Skills: Bed Bath


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         RT 87 .B37 B38 2002 Mosby’s Nursing Skills: Bathing [24 min.]
                                        Demonstrates how to give a complete bed bath, including perineal care for men and women,
                                        and massage techniques.
         RT 87 .B43 2002         Mosby’s Nursing Skills: Bedmaking [15 min.]
                                         Demonstrates how to make an occupied hospital bed. 2002.
         RT 87 .I5 A673 1993     Tender Any Questions: The Universal Precautions Explained
         RT 87 .I5 C976          Current Infection Control Guidelines for Healthcare Professionals
         RT 87 .I5 W629          Why Take the Risk? Sharps Safety
         RT 87 .M68 C37          Caregiver's Guide to Oral Health
         RT 87 .N87 F4           Basic Clinical Skills: Feeding the Patient
         RT 87 .P67 L5           Basic Clinical Skills: Lifting and Moving the Patient
         RT 87 .T72 M6           Nursing Skills 103 - ―Moving & Transfer of Patients‖
         RT 89 .B932             Nursing Leadership & Management: Building Teams
         RT 89 .C52              Charge Nurse Survival Skills, Part I & Part II
         RT 89 .C52 1997         Charge Nurse Survival Skills for Long Term Care (includes guide)
         RT 89 .D279             Nursing Leadership & Management: Dealing with Difficult People
         RT 120 .P47 2002        Mosby’s Nursing Skills: Personal hygiene and grooming [31 min.]
                                      Demonstrates how nurses should assist patients who cannot perform basic hygiene procedures
                                      such as oral hygiene, hair care, shaving, nail and foot care, and dressing. 2002.
         RT 120 .L64 R42         Resident Rights: The Art of Caring
         RZ 401 .T398            The Therapeutic Touch
         TX 360 .N88 ’94         Nutrition Quarterly Spring/'94
         Spring
         TX 360 .N88 ’94         Nutrition Quarterly Summer/'94
         Summer
         TX 360 .N88 ’94         Nutrition Quarterly Winter/'94
         Winter
         TX 360 .N88 ’95         Nutrition Quarterly Spring/’95
         Spring
         TX 360 .N88 ’95         Nutrition Quarterly Summer/’95
         Summer
         TX 360 .N88 ’95 Fall    Nutrition Quarterly Fall/’95
         TX 360 .N88 ’95         Nutrition Quarterly Winter/'95
         Winter
         TX 911.3 .S128 pt.1     Part 1- Safe Food for the Hungry II - Videoconference Workshop
         TX 911.3 .S128 pt.2     Part 2- Safe Food for the Hungry II - Videoconference Workshop
         TX 911.3 .S3 F6         Food Safety (ask for written summary)




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         VHS 527                 Medicare 101 Instructional Video-Understanding Basics of Medicare Program
         VHS 562                 EMT-B Video Series: Patient Assessment
         VHS 602                 The Science of Staying Young: Unlocking the Secrets of Longevity
         VHS 652                 The Aging of America
         VHS 654                 The Aging Mind
         VHS 660                 Careers Interactive Video Library: Physicians and Health Practitioners
         VHS 843                 Not Alone in the World...Caring for Someone with Alzheimer's Disease
         VHS 840                 It won’t happen to me: HIV positive. 1992.
         VHS 841                 Eating healthy for the Best years (ask for written summary). 1992.
         VHS 839                 AIDS: Allie’s Story. 1989.
         VHS 835                 Body, Mind, Spirit: One Step at a Time (2 tapes: Adult, Adolescent)
                                 Drug & Alcohol Treatment Centers
         VHS 811                 Situational Management for Women
         VHS 812                 Baby Basics

         DVD 57                  Electronic Classroom Manager to accompany Nursing Process
                                 Concepts & Applications (Delmar/Thompson, 2001)




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 VHS #        Titles / Series names (bulleted in italics)                                                          Print Supplements


 RD 557.5        Shoulder Capsular Reconstruction (Surgical Procedures, Part 3) [47 min.]
                    This very dramatic and extremely visual operation is performed by Dr. Peter McCann on the separated
 .S559              shoulder of Jim Wolf, head of the U.S. Olympic Equestrian Team. While the pathology for surgery is
 1996               documented by an arthroscope, the actual procedure is done through an open incision. Dr. McCann
                    tightens the stretched ligament in the dislocated socket by attaching two ―anchors,‖ then wrenching it
                    down into place. This is one of the most common shoulder operations performed on young, athletic
                    people. Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1996.


  RD 594.3       Spinal Nerve Surgery (Surgical Procedures, Part 3) [47 min.]
                    In this program, a two-year-old with cerebral palsy receives spinal nerve surgery that will improve her
 .S646              ability to sit, stand, and crawl. The operation consists of opening the spine, then locating and testing the
 1996               nerves for response. The procedure, performed on palsy victims and people with traumatic brain injuries, is
                    generally done on children for maximum results. The surgeon performing the operation, Karen Muraszko
                    of the University of Michigan Medical Center, suffers from spina bifida, and is one of fewer than 100 female
                    neurosurgeons in the United States. Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1996.

 RD 598         Mitral Valve Surgery (Surgical Procedures, Part 3) [47 min.]
                    University of Michigan Medical Center surgeon Dr. Steven Bolling performs mitrovalve reconstruction on a
 .M697              48-year-old woman suffering from mitrovalve prolapse. The woman, an energetic mother of two teenagers,
 1997               was diagnosed with the condition after complaining of fatigue and shortness of breath. Bolling corrects the
                    condition by cutting and repositioning valve tissue, then sewing it together in a manner that allows the
 1996               valve to function properly. Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1997.

  RD 599.5      Pituitary Tumor Surgery (Surgical Procedures, Part 3) [47 min.]
                    Neurosurgeon Edward Laws removes a tumor from the pituitary gland of a 61-year-old man with
 .P58P687           acromegaly—the progressive enlargement of hands, feet, tongue, and facial features. The deformities are
 1996               caused by an excess of growth hormone—in this case, by the tumor pressing on the gland. Dr. Laws
                    enters the area of the pituitary gland through an incision in the nostril and, removing nasal septum bone,
 1996               exposes the gland. The tumor is removed through a second incision in the upper lip. The removal of the
                    tumor halts the flow of growth hormone, and the signs of deformity begin to disappear. Films for the
                    Humanities and Sciences, 1996.

 RD 661.5       Jaw Reconstruction (Surgical Procedures, Part 3) [47 min.]
 .J329              Jaw reconstruction or orthognathic surgery, shapes the face by straightening teeth with orthodontics and
                    respositioning jaws with corrective jaw surgery. In this program, an orthognathic team led by Dr. Myron
 1996               Tucker of Charlotte, North Carolina, performs the procedure on a 15-year-old girl. After an orthodontist,
 1996               using braces, moves the teeth into position, the surgeon reshapes the jaw and other facial bones to
                    provide the patient with a more attractive appearance. Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1996.

 RD 667.5       Breast Reduction Surgery (Surgical Procedures, Part 3) [47 min.]
 .B828              In 1994, over 37,000 women had breast reduction surgery. The reason? The most common given was relief
                    of discomfort in neck, back, and shoulders. Dr. Stephanie Feldman of Kaiser Permanente in Woodland Hills,
 1996               California, performs reduction mammoplasty using an all-female operating team. Films for the Humanities
 1996               and Sciences, 1996.

  861           Operating in the future (21st century medicine) [51 min.]
                    Originally broadcast in 2000 as a segment of 21st century medicine. Tells the stories of the
                    most advanced surgeries around the world and how these procedures are already saving
                    lives. Ambrose Video, Discovery Health Channel, 2001.

  877           OR Fire Safety: A triad of prevention [14 min.]
                    Focuses on the safe practices OR team members should follow to reduce the risk of fire.
                    Discusses the components of the fire triangle and various fuel, heat, and ignition sources
                    found in the OR. Medcom. 2003.

  878           Scream: the history of anesthetics [49 min.]
                    Descriptive view of the operating theater from the Victorian era to the present day, charting the evolution of
                    anesthesiology and reviewing the research behind anesthetic substances ranging from chloroform and
                    nitrous oxide to cocaine and ketamine. Films for the Humanities and Sciences. 2003.

  862           Steam sterilization: practices and principles [22 min.]                                                      Guide
                    Program states the principles of quality steam sterilization processing and the use of various
                    types of sterilizers. It describes the implementation of effective decontamination and
                    guidelines from recommended practices and government agencies. Medcom, 1992.




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 863           Sterilization in healthcare facilities [18 min.]                                                        Guide
                  Shows how sterilization destroys all forms of microbial life, how to utilize steam and liquid
                  chemical sterilization correctly, how to wrap properly items for sterilization, sterilization
                  procedures, sterilization accuracy. Medical Environment, 1996.


903           Arthroscopic knee surgery [45 min.]
                  The knee is the largest joint in the body and is very susceptible to injury. The patient tore her
                  anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL. Dr. Gary Poehling, of the Bowman Gray School of Medicine
                  in NC, replaces the ligament with an Achilles tendon obtained from a cadaver. The operation is
                  performed under arthroscopic visualization, with a tiny camera inserted into the knee so that its
                  interior can be displayed on a video monitor. The operation involves three incisions only a half-
                  inch wide, which reduces both the risk of infection and the length of recovery time. Films for the
                  Humanities and Sciences, 1993.
904           Laparoscopic colon surgery (Colon resection) [50 min.]
                  Dr. Joseph Uddo Jr. removes a section of a patient‘s colon. The patient has Crohn‘s disease, a
                  chronic inflammation of the digestive tract which causes cramping, bleeding, diarrhea, fever, and
                  depression. Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1995.\
918, v1       Brain aneurysm [47 min.]
                  Dr. Julian Bailes and a crack surgical team perform risky microscopic surgery on the brain of a
                  58-year-old man with aneurysms. Bailes makes an incision in the scalp and removes a portion of
                  the skull, exposing the brain. When hardening of the arteries is discovered, the physicians must
                  decide whether it is safe to go on. Working in an area the size of a dime, Bailes cuts off blood
                  flow to the aneurysms with clips, which will prevent them from rupturing in the future. After the
                  operation, an angiogram confirms that all brain arteries are open, and that blood is flowing
                  normally. Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1997.
918, v2       Kidney transplant [45 min.]
                  Drs. Robert and Rafael Mendez perform a live-related kidney transplant on a patient, taking a
                  healthy kidney from the patients son whose rare blood type was the only match for his father.
                  Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1995.
918, v3       Open heart surgery [45 min.]
                  Dr. Gaudiani explains how and why heart valve defects occur and how they are repaired. With
                  the help of a head camera, we look inside a human heart and see in detail how a surgical team
                  replaces malfunctioning heart valves. Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1993.
918, v4       Cesarean section [45 min.]
                  The c-section enables safe delivery in cases where complications such as a breech position
                  present dangers to mother or child. In this technique, the baby is removed through an incision
                  made in the lower abdomen. Dr. Nancy Chescheir, Director of Prenatal Diagnostics at the
                  University of North Carolina Hospital, performs a c-section delivery, providing a detailed
                  description of each stage of the operation and using modern medicine to assist with the greatest
                  human miracle. Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1993.
918, v5       Cosmetic surgery [47 min.]
                  Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Frank Ryan performs a brow lift on a 40-year-old former model.
                  Injecting anesthetic that decreases bleeding, Ryan then makes incisions that will be hidden in
                  the hairline. Peeling back the brow skin, and taking care not to damage facial nerves, Ryan
                  removes muscle tissue between the eyebrows that is causing frown lines. The skin is then pulled
                  upward and sewn back together at the hairline, creating a modified ―cat-eyed‖ look for the
                  patient. A high-tech carbon dioxide laser is used to remove skin wrinkles on the brow and other
                  parts of the face. Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1997.




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 708           American Tongues: a film about the way we talk [56 min.]
                  A documentary about the way people talk in the United States. Portrays some of the regional,
                  social, and ethnic differences in American speech, and the attitudes that people have about these
                  differences. Intended to educate viewers about the nature of dialects, but it also challenges them to
                  confront their own attitudes about language variation. By Andrew Kolker and Louis Alvarez ;
                  narrated by Trey Wilson. Hohokus, NJ : Center for New American Media, c1986. [Subjects:
                  English language dialects; Dialects—public opinion; Americanisms; Ethnic groups]


               Applied Communication: [shelved in wall cabinet]
                  Competency-based print and video were designed to help high school and
                  other students develop and refine career-related reading, writing, listening,
                  speaking, problem-solving, visual, and nonverbal communication skills. 1988.
 447-1        Communicating in the workplace (Module 1) [25 min.]                                                         Instructor's Kit
 447-2        Using problem-solving strategies (Module 3) [21 min.]                                                       Instructor's Kit
 447-3        Communicating with co-workers (Module 5) [22 min.]                                                          Instructor's Kit
 447-4        Participating in groups (Module 6) [16 min.]                                                                Instructor's Kit
 447-5        Following and giving directions (Module 7) [26 min.]                                                        Instructor's Kit


 705           Avoiding the Research Paper Blues [20 min.]
                  Discusses research strategies and library skills for college students beginning a research paper.
                  Eastern Iowa Community College Project. Huntsville, Tex. : Educational Video Network, c1991.
                  [Also: Anderson VHS 927] [Subjects: Report writing; Research; Library orientation]

 702           Doing Research on the Internet [16 min.]
                  Covers searching for accurate information on the Internet and how to cite information found
                  on the Internet. Study guide available via the Internet. Written by Nancy Rabuck Wilson.
                  Huntsville, Tex. : Educational Video Network Inc., 1999. [also: Anderson VHS 924] [Subjects:
                  Internet searching; Research; Internet; Computer network resources]


               English Composition—Writing for an Audience series:
                   S. Burlington, VT : Annenberg/CPB, c2000. 13 videos, 13 hours (1/2 hour segments). [Also:
                   Anderson VHS 602; Marion VHS 057]
 722:1-2       Part 1: School writing/Real world
               Part 2: Finding something to say
 722:3-4       Part 3: Description
               Part 4: Reading as a writer
 722:5-6       Part 5: Narrative writing
               Part 6: Voice
 722:7-8       Part 7: Process analysis
               Part 8: Revision
 722:9-10      Part 9: Writing under pressure
               Part 10: Freewriting and generating
 722:11-12     Part 11: Computers in composition
               Part 12: Organizing devises
 722:13-14     Part 13: Comparison and contrast
               Part 14: Peer feedback
 722:15-16     Part 15: Definition
               Part 16: Collaborative writing
 722:17-18     Part 17: Persuasion
               Part 18: Reading as a thinker
 722:19-20     Part 19: Argument
               Part 20: Quotes and citations
 722:21-22     Part 21: Research
               Part 22: Editing: Sentences
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 722:23-24     Part 23:   Critical thinking
               Part 24:   Editing: Word usage
 722:25-26     Part 25:   Writing across the disciplines
               Part 26:   Editing: Mechanics

 413          Hands-on "Fun" grammar                   [50 min.]
                  Promotional presentation of grammar system.

 709           He Said, She Said: Gender, Language, & Communication [50 min.]                                           Instructor’s Guide
                  Live video presentation of Deborah Tannen's seminal contributions to the understanding of
                  gender, language and communication. Produced, edited and paced for curricular use in
                  communication, linguistics, psychology, sociology and other social sciences. Los Angeles, CA :
                  Into the Classroom Media, 2001. [Subjects: Communication—Study and teaching; Sex
                  differences]

 704           Improve Your Memory, Improve Your Grades [21 min.]
                  Huntsville, Texas : Educational Video Network, 1990? [Also: Anderson VHS 926] [Subjects:
                  Memory; Study skills]


 703           Improving Your Reading Skills [16 min.]
                  Preparing your mind for reading -- Determining your objectives -- Schedule reading to match
                  your attention span -- Learn to recognize organizational methods -- Read actively --
                  [Remembering what you read]. Huntsville, TX. : Distributed by Educational Video Network,
                  Inc., c2001. [Also: Anderson VHS 925] [Subjects: Developmental reading; Reading
                  comprehension]


 688          Public speaking [60 min.]
                  No-Brainers video presents information that will give you tools to deliver speech with confidence,
                  guide you through speech writing process from start to finish, and help overcome #1 fear of
                  Americans: speaking in public. 1998. [also: Anderson VHS 601; Marion VHS 055]


               Toastmasters International Communications series:
 637          Be prepared to sell [24 min.]
                  How to sell a product, a proposal, or an idea to a group. 1991.
 638          Be prepared to lead: Applied leadership skills for business managers                                          Guide
              [27 min.]
                  Part 1 of program demonstrates a technique for classifying leadership style into one of four
                  categories: delegation, influence, collaboration, or direction.
                  Part 2 discusses adapting leadership style. Part three will look at the persona of a leader. 1991.
 639          Be prepared to speak: The step-by-step video guide to public speaking.                                        Guide
              1985. [27 min.]
                  Demonstrates techniques for preparing and practicing speeches. Follows one speaker's
                  progress through the process of speech writing, speech presentation, and control of stage fright.
 640          Be prepared for meetings: How to lead productive business meetings                                            Guide
              [24 min.]
                  Discusses techniques for leading effective and productive business. 1991.


               Tutor's Guide: [52 min. each]
                  Presents principles of peer tutoring and strategies for achieving the primary goal of fostering student
                  independence. 1986.
 407-1        Introduction, First session, Tutorial plan, Diagnosis and Socratic method
 407-2        Diagnosis through observation, Tutoring learning skills, Managing group
                 tutorials, Tutor as counselor
 407-3        Bridging cultural gaps, Tutoring physical sciences, Tutoring social
                 sciences, Tutoring humanities
 407-4        Tutoring the writing process, Tutoring ESL



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               The Way of a Poet series:
                  Mildred Raynolds Trivers reads original poetry and talks about those poems.
 569          The way of a poet. 1992. [20 min.]
 570          Sound of poetry. 1994. [22 min.]
 571          Image and Reality. 1994. [22 min.]




Foreign Language

721            Destinos: An introduction to Spanish [26 videocassettes, 56 min. each—52 programs]
                  52 episodes that use the popular telenovela format to present vocabulary, structures, and
                  functions in a natural, conversational way, emphasizing comprehension through context and
                  actions. Story line involves Raquel Rodriguez, an attorney from Los Angeles, who is hired by an
                  aging Mexican industrialist to investigate a long-buried secret about his past. Her task takes her
                  to Mexico City, Seville, Madrid, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, and Puerto Rico, providing
                  exposure to many varieties of spoken Spanish as well as Latino cultures. Telecourse designed
                  by Bill VanPatten, production of WGBH-TV, Boston; Annenberg/CPB Project, 1992.


721            French in action (An immersion course in French language and culture) [14
               videocassettes, 52 programs for 2 semesters]
                  A two-semester television course composed of 52 programs. An immersion course in French
                  language and culture. The student is instructed by seeing people interact in true-to-life
                  situations, while speaking idiomatic, natural French. Based on the teaching method and
                  course technique of Pierre J. Capretz. Introductory program in English.
                  1. Orientation -- 2-4. Generals -- 5. Families -- 6-7. Portraits -- 8. Genealogy -- 9-10. Vacation in
                  Brittany -- 11-13. Encounters -- 14-16. Getting underway -- 17-18. In all labor there is profit --
                  19-21. Entering the school zone -- 22-23. Fishing for an invitation -- 24-26. Bills of fare -- 27-31.
                  All manner of transportation -- 32-35. Residences -- 36-40. Entertainment -- 41-42. A matter of
                  chance -- 43-45. Think vacation -- 46. Getting away -- 47. What variety! -- 48. What riches! --
                  49. What a nightmare -- 50. More variet[y], more riches -- 51. Parade and review -- 52. All's
                  well that ends well.




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DVD 019       Colonial House [2 videodiscs, 480 minutes]
                  Contemporary Americans and Britons spend five months on an isolated stretch of the Maine coast
                  recreating the life of American colonists in the year 1628. The modern colonists struggle to create a
                  functioning and profitable colony using only the tools and technology of that era. Extensive research
                  went into recreating this 17th-century environment in which the colonists negotiate personal and
                  communal challenges as they deal with the demoralizing weather, rustic living conditions, and
                  backbreaking labor. Among the points of dissension that arise in the colony are: the rigid class and
                  gender roles, mandatory religious observance, and the puritanical civil law of the era, particularly those
                  pertaining to profanity. Disc 1: A new world; Harsh reality; City of God; The outsiders; Disc 2: Regime
                  change; The shake up; The reckoning; Judgment day. Special features include: The making of
                  Colonial house; auditions for Colonial house; more diaries. PBS, 2004.


 327          Congress [90 min.]
                  Blending contemporary cinematography, rare photographs and newsreels, live footage and
                  interviews, film presents a chronicle of first 200 years of Congress, the government body that
                  has voted our nation's laws into being. 1989.


DVD 060       A Conversation on the Constitution [1 videodisc, 32 minutes]
                  Prepared for Constitution Day 2006. In Washington, D.C., on May 16, 2006, U.S. Supreme Court
                  Justices Stepehen G. Breyer, Anthony Kennedy, and Sandra Day O'Connor fielded questions from 50
                  high school students from the Philadelphia and Los Angeles areas. The students and justices
                  discussed the significance of the judiciary and the ways that independence is protected by the
                  Constitution. Annenberg Foundation.


DVD 059       Key Constitutional Concepts [1 videodisc, 60 minutes]
                  Part one: Creating a constitution; Part two: One man changes the constitution - Gideon v. Wainwright;
                  Part Three: Checks and balances - Youngstown v. Sawyer. Annenberg Foundation, 2005.


DVD 058       Our Constitution [1 videodisc, 30 minutes]
                  Prepared for Constitution Day 2005. United States Supreme Court Justices Dandra Day O'Connor and
                  Stephen Breyer talk about the Constitution with high school students nad discuss why we have and
                  need a constitution, what federalism is, how implicit and explicit rights are defined and how separation
                  fo powers ensures that no one branch of government obtains too much power. Annenberg Foundation.


               History and functions of series: 1996. [24 min. each]
 676          History and functions of Congress
                  Learn how the House of Representatives and Senate work together to pass bills and create laws.
 677          History and functions of the Presidency
                  In-depth look into world's most powerful office; explores different roles of the presidency, including
                  Head of State, Chief Diplomat, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, and Chief Citizen.
 678          History and functions of the Supreme Court
                  A look at the early days of the Court, plus its landmark cases up to the present day.



 579          Speeches of our founding fathers & the American Revolution. 1997.                                  [40 min.]

 519          Thomas Jefferson [set of 2 videos – 180 min.]
                  Chronicles the life of Thomas Jefferson. 1997.


 523          Mr. Jefferson and his university                 [52 min.]
                  Looks at the places that Thomas Jefferson designed and built. Examines the originality of his
                  thought and his astonishing achievements in a state that was then America's frontier. 1993.


               Ken Burns' America collection:
 580-1        Statue of liberty [58 min.]
                  Features archival photographs, paintings & drawings to tell story of statue's construction & installation,
                  along with readings from diaries, letters & newspaper accounts. Part 2 includes interviews with NY
                  Gov. Mario Cuomo, writers James Baldwin … 1996/85.
 580-2        Brooklyn Bridge            [58 min.]
                  Bridges, Construction; Brooklyn Bridge (New York, NY). 1996/81.




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 580-3        Congress        [90 min.]
                  Explores history & promise of country's most important and least understood institutions.
                  Chronicles personalities, events and issues that have animated the first 200 years of Congress. 1996.
 580-4        Empire of the air: Men who made radio                      [120 min.]
                  Story of radio from 1906-1955 and the three men who made it happen: Lee de Forest, Edwin Howard
                  Armstrong, and David Sarnott. Combines archival photographs, newsreels of the period, interviews,
                  and radio soundtrack. 1991.
 580-5        Thomas Hart Benton               [86 min.]
                  Long-lost footage, penetrating interviews and the magnificent art of Benton tell bitter-sweet story of
                  extraordinary American artist who became emblematic of price all artists must pay to remain true to
                  their talents and themselves. (Benton, Thomas Hart 1889-1975) 1996.
 580-6        Huey Long          [88 min.]
                  Uses footage from old films to portray events in the life of the Louisiana politician Huey Long and has reactions
                  of several people about the impact of his career. (Louisiana, Politics and government, 1929-1933.) 1996.
 580-7        Shakers: Hands to work, hearts to God                    [58 min.]
                  They called themselves the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, but because of their
                  ecstatic dancing, the world called them Shakers. Through diaries, archival photographs, music and stunning
                  cinematography,…moving portrait of group. 1996.



               American visions               [60 min. each]
 612              Presents a glimpse of American history through its visual art, painting, sculpture, architecture and monuments.
                  Follows nearly three centuries of creativity, exploring a nation whose art mirrors its diversity. 1997.
                      612-1   Republic of virtue [1]                    612-5     A Wave from the Atlantic [5]
                      612-2   Promised land [2]                         612-6     Streamlines and breadlines [6]
                      612-3   Wilderness and the West [3]               612-7     Empire of signs [7]
                      612-4   Gilded age [4]                            612-8     Age of anxiety [8]



               500 nations; CBS documentary film series: 1995. [49 min. each]
 498-1        Ancestors: Early cultures of North America
                  First of 8 programs exploring history & culture of North America. The Anasazi transform the arid
                  Southwest & construct the 800-room Pueblo Bonito, depicted by computer animation. Cliff Palace
                  provides glimpse into a prospering society. Cahokia was …
 498-2        Mexico: The rise and fall of the Aztecs
                  2nd program … Indians of Central Mexico and dramatic eyewitness accounts of the Aztec-Spanish
                  war highlight this volume. Magnificent city Tenochtitlan became center of an empire & objective of
                  Cortez, who sank his ships so his men could not turn back.
 498-3        Clash of cultures: The people who met Columbus
                  3rd program … Native peoples confront Spanish expeditions into Caribbean and southeastern U.S.
                  They defy a plundering advance that subjects them to two unconquerable weapons: muskets
                  and disease.
 498-4        Invasion of the coast: The first English settlements
                  4th program … opens in Arctic, where search for a northwest passage has dire impact on the
                  Inuit people. At Jamestown, story of Powhatan princess, Pocahontas, unfolds. Pilgrims at
                  Plymouth are introduced to a harvest celebration by the Wampanoagas.
 498-5        Cauldron of war: Iroquois democracy and the American Revolution
                  5th program … Europe fights for control of American resources. Many indigenous nations side
                  with trade-oriented French rather than land-claiming English. Ironically, Am. Revolution devastates
                  the Iroquois, oldest democracy on continent.
 498-6        Removal: War and exile in the East
                  6th program … Tales of tragedy & heroism unfold as U.S. policy of removal uproots tribes from
                  their homes. Tecumseh challenges tide of history, seizing the War of 1812 as means to restore
                  Indian sovereignty. Tsali bargains his life for fate of Cherokees.
 498-7        Roads across the plains: Struggle for the West
                  7th program … Black Kettle and White Antelope pursue a path of peace that meets with tragedy
                  at Sand Creek. Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse and other leaders head fierce pockets of resistance
                  to resettlement.
 498-8        Attack on culture: "I will fight no more forever."
                  Final volume of 8 programs … examines the legislative attack on native ways. Today, the renewal
                  of native cultures provides a vital reminder of glory of America's original people and the hardships
                  they endured.


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                       The Real West series:             (50 min. each)
                  Greystone Communications and Arts & Entertainment Networks for the History Channel, with
                  Kenny Rogers.

710            Wild Women: Calamity Jane, Belle Star, Annie Oakley
                  Discusses the myth of women in the West compared to reality of folklore heroines such as Belle
                  Starr, Annie Oakley, and Calamity Jane. [Subjects: West (U.S.); individuals named] S.
                  Burlington, VT : A&E Home Video, 1993.

711            Sitting Bull and the Great Sioux Nation
                  Presents a pictorial history of the mighty Sioux Nation of the American West, highlighting Chief
                  Sitting Bull and showing this powerful leader's fierce charisma and brilliance. [Indians of North
                  America—South Dakota; Dakota Indians; West (U.S.) New York : A&E Home Video : Marketed
                  in the U.S. by New Video Group, 1994.

712            Texas Rangers: Manhunters of the Old West
                  Stephen F. Austin formed the Texas Rangers in 1826 to protect American settlers in the Texas
                  territory. Later, the Rangers turned to upholding the law. This is their story. [Subjects: Texas
                  Rangers; Texas—History] [New York, NY] : A&E Home Video, 1994, c1993.

713            Wild Bill Hickok
                  Originally broadcast as a segment of the television program "Biography".
                  Discusses the myths, legends and realities of the life of Wild Bill Hickok through original footage,
                  diaries, paintings, photos, and commentary. [Subjects: Peace officers—West (U.S.); South
                  Dakota—History; West (U.S.)—History] [New York] : A&E Home Video : distributed by New
                  Video, 1994, c1993.

714            The Battle of the Alamo
                  Confronts the truth and controversy behind the desperate defense of the Alamo and examines
                  the impulsive heroics, the fatal miscalculations, and the vain ambitions of three men out to carve
                  their marks into American folklore. [Subjects: Alamo (San Antonio, Tex.)—History; Texas—
                  History] New York : A&E Home Video: Marketed in the U.S. by New Video Group, c1993.


DVD 028       The Way West: Westward, the course of empire takes its way, 1845-1864 [1
                 videodisc, 90 minutes]
                  Chronicles the colorful and frantic opening decades of expansion, from the 1840‘s down through the Civil
                  War. Fewer than 20,000 white Americans lived west of the Mississippi River in 1845--when the pioneer
                  movement and then the Gold Rush sent hundreds of thousands rushing across the continent in an expansion
                  that would forever change the continent. With the white men came their technology which would pit them
                  against the Native Americans and lead to a series of bloody conflicts such as the Minnesota Uprising of 1862
                  and, two years later, the massacre at Sand Creek. American Experience; Host, David McCullough, 2003.

DVD 029       The Way West: The approach of civilization, 1865-1869 [1 videodisc, 90 minutes]
                  Chronicles the four year period following the Civil War—an extraordinary era of transformation and disruption
                  on the Great Plains, marked by two great climaxes: the triumph, in 1868, or Red Cloud and Crazy Horse over
                  the U.S. Army on the Bozeman Trial, and the joining, in 1869, of the two ends of the transcontinental railroad
                  at Promontory Point in Utah. American Experience; Host, David McCullough, 2003.

DVD 030       The Way West: The war for the Black Hills, 1870-1876 [1 videodisc, 90 minutes]
                  The third episode of the series ―The way west.‖ Follows the dramatic sequence of events that led up to the
                  battle of the Little Big Horn in June of 1876. Financial pressures spurred the United States to invade the
                  Lakotas‘ sacred Black Hills in search of gold. That treaty violation, together with the systematic extermination
                  of the buffalo, sparked outrage among the Lakota and Cheyenne. The stage was set for a cataclysmic
                  showdown between the United States Army and the tribes of the Northern Plains. American Experience;
                  Host, Russell Baker, 2004.

DVD 031       The Way West: Ghost Dance, 1877-1893 [1 videodisc, 90 minutes]
                  The mammoth crackdown on the Native American tribes that occurred in the wake of the Battle of Little Big
                  Horn, from the last days of Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull to the terrible massacre at Wounded Knee.
                  American Experience; Host, Russell Baker, 2004.
914           Witch Hunt [68 min.]
                  Return to Colonial New England for a fresh look at the infamous events of Puritan Salem.
                  History Channel, A&E Television Networks, 2004.




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CIVIL WAR/UNDERGROUND RAILROAD/LINCOLN
 526             Roots of resistance: A story of the underground railroad                      [58 min.]
                    Chronicles history of slavery in the US and of the Underground Railroad, a
                    network of escape routes black slaves took in the mid-1800's to freedom. Their
                    flight from the South was organized by other escaped slaves & allies...Harriet
                    Tubman & F. Douglass. (American Experience video) 1990.

 577             Quest for freedom: Story of Harriet Tubman (In search of the                                     Teacher/Student
                 heroes series) [40 min.]                                                                         handbook
                    Ben, a young man of our own times, enters a mysterious library and suddenly is
                    trapped in the past, a slave on a plantation with Harriet Tubman. 1992.

 590             An evening with Abraham Lincoln: Discover Lincoln's secrets of
                 leadership, high achievement, and self-improvement [60 min.]
                    World-renowned personality Gene Griessman transforms himself and portrays Lincoln in
                    some of great events of all time: Gettysburg Address, Ford's Theatre, Civil War. 1996.


                   The Civil War         [75 min. each]
                    Landmark doc. film series movingly & vividly presents entire sweep of Civil War, from battlefields
                    to homefronts, from politicians & generals to enlisted men & their families, from causes & opening
                    guns at Sumter to stillness at Appomattox, … & beyond. 1989.
 500-1           The cause, 1861 (v.1)
 500-2           A very bloody affair, 1862 (v.2)
 500-3           Forever free, 1862 (v.3)
 500-4           Simply murder (v.4)
 500-5           The universe of Battle, 1863 (v.5)
 500-6           Valley of the Shadow of Death, 1864 (v.6)
 500-7           Most hallowed ground, 1864 (v.7)
 500-8           War is all hell, 1865 (v.8)
 500-9           The better angels of our nature (v.9)


REFORMERS/PIONEER SPIRIT/WOMEN OF HISTORY
 667             Jane Addams         [30 min.]
                    Biographical presentation (from American women of achievement video collection). 1995.

 576             Pioneer spirit: A Texas story (In search of the heroes series) [28 min.]                                Teacher/Student
                    Fanciful retelling of the story of 2 brothers, William & Walter Caruth. Although not                 handbook
                    famous in their own right, they epitomized the Pioneer Spirit of hard work &
                    self-sacrifice. We meet them through eyes of young boy who, writing a school report …1995.

 578             Susan B. Anthony story (In search of the heroes series) [40 min.]                                       Teacher/Student
                    A young girl from our own time feels her life is a "lost cause." Meeting a mysterious                handbook
                    librarian (Grant), young girl (Walper) is catapulted into past where she meets Susan
                    B. Anthony (Vaughn) & learns the only "lost causes" are those we don't fight for. 1994.

 605             Dreams of equality [28 min.]
                    Program presents a dramatization of the beginnings of the women's rights
                    movement in nineteenth century United States. 199-.

 606             Guts, gumption and go-ahead: Annie Mae Hunt remembers [24 min.]                                         Discussion guide
                    Documentary dramatization of the life of Annie Mae Hunt in her own words accompanied
                    by archival footage (Hunt, Annie Mae 1909-Texan, Afro-American woman). 1992.




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TURN of the CENTURY (1900), then PROHIBITION THROUGH WW2
906           TR, The Story of Theodore Roosevelt [240 min.]
                  Using archival film and photographs; interviews with historians and descendants, chronicles the
                  life of Theodore Roosevelt from his birth in NYC, to his days at Harvard where he met his first
                  wife, Alice Lee, his move into New York politics, his ranching days in the Badlands, his marriage
                  to Edith Kermit, his vice-presidency and subsequent presidency, his reform politics, his post-
                  presidency days which included an African safari, a Progressive Party bid for the presidency in
                  1912, a treacherous trip to chart a 1,000 mile river in Brazil and his support of World War I. PBS
                  Home Video: American Experience, 2004.

                Prohibition Era: 1997. [50 min. each]
 679-1        The dry crusade
 679-2        The roaring twenties
 679-3        The road to repeal
               Great Depression: 1993. [60 min. each]
 671-1        A Job at Ford's [1]
                  Just before advent of Great Depression, Henry Ford controlled most important company in most
                  important industry in booming Am. Economy. His offer of high wages in exchange for hard work
                  attracted workers to Detroit, but it began to come apart when Ford…
 671-2        Road to rock bottom [2]
                  As Depression progressed economic collapse took its toll on rural America. Crops went unsold,
                  farm mortgages were called in by banks, hungry farmers protested, and robberies increased
                  dramatically. U.S. Army was called in to defend nation's capital…
 671-3        New Deal/New York [3]
                  In first 100 days in office, in effort to stem effects of Great Depression, President Roosevelt created
                  many new federal agencies giving jobs and relief to people & transforming Am. Landscape with
                  public works projects…La Guardia's New York City…
 671-4        We have a plan [4] c.2 available (plus copy in PBS set, Vol.179)
                  By 1934, as nation grappled with Great Depression, challenges to New Deal from both sides of
                  political spectrum began to appear. Despite new government programs unrest was increasing
                  especially in California, where the socialist, Upton Sinclair, ran …
 671-5        Mean things happening [5]
                  In the Am. Democracy of the 1930s two visions of liberty collided as working men and women battled
                  landowners and factory managers for right to join a union. On tenant farms and in steel factories
                  working people asserted their citizenship in midst of …
 671-6        To be somebody [6]
                  Many Americans, struggling to survive the Great Depression, were determined to help build a better
                  America through direct action in the courts, in the Congress and in everyday life. At a time when
                  lynchings, segregation, and anti-Semitism were common…
 671-7        Arsenal of democracy [7]
                  By 1939 Americans were still struggling to end the Great Depression. Their dreams of peace and
                  prosperity were celebrated at World's Fairs in New York and San Francisco, but prosperity did not
                  come in peacetime. Millions fled the "dust bowl" states to …

 668           Great Depression & the New Deal [v.18 of United States history video series]
                  [35 min.] Comprehensive study of U.S. history from earliest native Americans to Cold War years.
                  Presents important events, historical figures and lives of everyday people. [v.18 only] 1996.

543            A. Einstein: How I see the world [56 min.]
                  Chronicles how the world‘s most famous Nobel Prize winner, scientist Albert Einstein, became its
                  most eloquent advocate for peace. News films show the public figure, home movies reveal the
                  private man, & much of film is told in his own words, excerpted… 1995.

 492 c1,c2     Forget me not: The Anne Frank story [60 min.]                                                                   Guide
                  Fictionalized account of an historical event to be used for interdisciplinary and multicultural studies
                  of history, biography, literature, geography, tolerance, and intolerance. 1996.
916           Inside the Great Battles: Iwo Jima [50 min.]
                  Narrated by P. J. O‘Rourke. History Channel, A&E Television Networks, 1996.




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PBS 411       The great transatlantic cable [60 min.]
                  The story behind the laying of the transatlantic cable. The physical challenges to laying the cable were
                  enormous. The project would require the production of a 2000 mile long cable that would have to be
                  laid three miles beneath the Atlantic. Narrated by Linda Hunt. PBS Home Video, 2005.

PBS 412       Mary Pickford [90 min.]
                  "Mary Pickford created a totally new way of acting that entranced audiences and left them spell-bound.
                  She was also a creative producer and shrewd businessperson who played a pivotal role in shaping the
                  first new media of the twentieth century. This powerful and moving production uses footage, stills,
                  original audio interviews with Pickford and clips from her movies to tell a story that is full of joy and
                  power, of loneliness and despair."--Distributor's website.. PBS Home Video, 2005.

PBS 413       Victory in the Pacific [120 min.]
                  Examines the final year of events in the Pacific during the Second World War. Includes discussions of
                  the rationale for bombing Hiroshima and Nagasaki; firsthand recollections of Japanese soldiers and
                  civilians; the decisions made by Emperor Hirohito's inner circle. PBS Home Video, 2005.

PBS 414       The Massie affair [60 min.]
                  In the early 20th century, the U.S. Navy dominated Hawaii. Most Americans thought of the islands as a
                  Pacific paradise, but in 1931, a dark incident shattered the tranquil veneer of the islands and exposed
                  growing racial tensions. The wife of a Navy lieutenant accused 5 local men of rape. One man was
                  killed. In the trial that followed, celebrity attorney Clarence Darrow offered an impassioned defense on
                  behalf of the husband, calling the murder an "honor killing." PBS Home Video, 2005.

PBS 416       Building the Alaska Highway [60 min.]
                  In May 1942, thousands fo American soldiers began one of the biggest and most difficult construction
                  projects ever undertaken. This program tells how they battled to push a 1,520-mile road across one of
                  the world's harshest landscapes. PBS Home Video, 2005.

DVD 038       Unforgivable blackness: the rise and fall of Jack Johnson [2 videodiscs, 220 min.]
                  The in-depth and intimate story of one of the most important African Americans to live in the first half of the
                  20th century. Tells the story of Jack Johnson, who was the first African American boxer to win the most
                  coveted title in all of sports – Heavyweight Champion of the World. Includes his struggles in and out of the
                  ring and his desire to live his life as a free man. Special features: the making-of ‗Unforgivable blackness‘;
                  footage not shown on PBS broadcast; special music video featuring Wynton Marsalis. Narrator: Keith
                  David; voice of Jack Johnson: Samuel L. Jackson; interviews with Stanley Crouch, James Earl Jones,
                  Gerald Early, Jose Torres, Randy Roberts, Jack Newfield, Bert Sugar, W.C. Heinz, George Plimpton. PBS
                  Home Video, 2005.


CIVIL RIGHTS and 60’s
 909      A Place at the Table [40 min.]                                                                                             Guide
                  The video explores how our nation has pursued -- and is still pursuing -- the dream of liberty and
                  justice for all. The narrators are eight teenagers from around the country whose families have
                  experienced the struggle for that dream. Hudson & Houston, Southern Poverty Law Center:
                  Teaching Tolerance, 2000.
905           A Time for Justice: America’s civil rights movement [38 min.]                                                          Guide
                  Depicts the battle for civil rights, recalling the crises in Montgomery, Little Rock, Birmingham,
                  and Selma and reveals the heroism of the individuals involved. Charles Guggenheim, Teaching
                  Tolerance, 1992.
 303          Great Americans, Martin Luther King, Jr., 2d edition [24 min.]
                  Dr. King's friends and wife voice sentiments and assessments of his King, Martin Luther,
                  1929 leadership in the civil rights movement. Film traces King's non-violent actions as he
                  commits his life to civil rights and shows his impact on the movement. 1982.


915           History Undercover: October Fury [50 min.]
                  October Fury reveals that while the Kennedy Administration was negotiating with Khrushchev for
                  the removal of missiles from Cuba, four Soviet subs, each armed with nuclear torpedoes, were
                  stalking U.S. Navy vessels in the Caribbean. History Channel, A&E Television Networks, 2002.


907           Mighty Times: The Legacy of Rosa Parks [40 min.]                                                                       Guide
                  Over the course of a year, the Montgomery Bus Boycott would test the endurance of the
                  peaceful protestors, overturn an unjust law and create a legacy of mighty times that continue to
                  inspire those who work for freedom and justice today--Container. Hudson & Houston, Southern
                  Poverty Law Center: Teaching Tolerance, 2002.




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908              Mighty Times: The Children’s March [42 min.]                                                                    Guide
                    This video contains vintage film footage, re-stagings of some activities, and interviews with some
                    of the protestors. In May of 1963, Martin Luther King, Jr. asked black people of Birmingham,
                    Alabama to go to jail in the cause of racial equality. The adults were afraid to go to jail and so
                    the school children marched and over 5000 of them were arrested. This lead to President
                    Kennedy sponsoring the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the march on Washington. Hudson &
                    Houston, Southern Poverty Law Center: Teaching Tolerance, 2004.

 611             Speeches of Martin Luther King [60 min.]
                    Presents a collection of Martin Luther King's major speeches and minor
                    asides, tracing the development of his oratorical style (1955-1968). 1990.

 470             Shadow of hate          [40 min.]                                            (30 copies) Readings Volume
                    A documentary that examines 3 centuries of American history to understand America's history
                    of intolerance. (Teaching Tolerance is an educational project of the Southern Poverty Law
                    Center focused primarily at combating prejudice in school children.) 1995.

PBS 417          The sixties [120 min.]
                    Uses archival and news footage and comments by various people to describe the sixties. Discusses
                    Vietnam, the counterculture, the civil rights movement and other movements of the time and their
                    lasting effects. PBS Home Video, 2004.

 844             To Kill a Mockingbird            [152 min.]
                   Originally produced as a motion picture in 1962. Based on the novel by Harper Lee.
                   Motion picture ca. 130 min.; interview segment, ca. 22 min. Includes original trailer and interviews
                   with Gregory Peck, other original cast members and the filmmakers, called "The song of the
                   mockingbird"; produced, written and directed by Charles Kiselyak. Two children in a small southern
                   town are thrust into an adult world of racial bigotry and hatred when their lawyer father chooses to
                   defend a black man unjustly accused of raping a white girl.

               America's Civil Rights Years: Eyes on the prize 1992. [120 min. each]
                         Series presenting history of the Civil Rights movement.
 499-1           Awakenings (1954-1956) / Fighting back (1957-1962) – (v.1/v.2)
 499-2           Ain't scared of your jails (1960-1961) / No easy walk (1961-1968) – (v.3/v.4)
 499-3           Mississippi: Is this America? (1962-1964) / Bridge to freedom (1965) – (v.5/v.6)
 499-4           The time has come (1964-1966) / Two societies (1965-1968) – (v.7/v.8)
 499-5           Power! (1966-1968) / The promised land (1967-1968) – (v.9/v.10)
 499-6           Ain't gonna shuffle no more (1964-1972) / A nation of law? (1968-1971) – (v.11/v.12)
 499-7           The keys to the kingdom (1974-1980) / Back to the movement (1979-mid 1980s)- (v.13/v.14)

                   Making sense of the sixties 1991. [60 min. each]
 518-1           Seeds of the sixties                                                                               Series discussion
                    Focuses on one of most important seeds of rebellion: institutionalized prejudice that           guide
                    kept American blacks in subservience and poverty, preventing their children from receiving
                    the education that could help them gain equality. It also shows how TV …
 518-2           We can change the world                                                                            Series discussion
                    Chronicles the years 1960-1964, when the civil rights movement and John F.                      guide
                    Kennedy inspired idealism in college students. Program explores impact of
                    the Cuban missile crisis, the assassination of JFK, and 1963 March on Washington.
 518-3           Breaking boundaries, testing limits                                                                Series discussion
                    Depicts sixties' youth rebellion & counterculture, when millions of young people                guide
                    brushed aside every social rule they had learned & substituted tenets of their own.
                    Chronicles media's role in development & impact of youth rebellion & society's response.
 518-4           In a dark time                                                                                     Series discussion
                    Focuses on 1968. Follows escalating Vietnam War, anti-war movement's explosive growth,          guide
                    & riots and rebellions in almost all of America's cities. Ends with tragic assassinations of
                    Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy.
 518-5           Picking up the pieces                                                                              Series discussion
                    Discusses how and why more extreme splinter groups like Black Panthers came to be, as           guide
                    well as 2 new movements: environmental movement and women's movement. Finally, it
                    recreates the national mood at the end of the decade when the Vietnam vets came home…
 518-6           Legacies of the sixties                                                                            Series discussion
                    Discusses the issues of the sixties from today's perspective and assesses the era's role in     guide
                    making America what it is in the nineties, while we still face many of the same issues.


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628           Black History Month Program: Dr. Richard Gordon Hatcher. 1999. [92 min.]
PBS 407       RFK [120 min.]
                  Chronicles the pivotal role RFK played in many of the major events of the 1960s. It looks closely at his
                  complicated relationships with some of the leading figures of his day and reveals much about his
                  personal world. (Robert F. Kennedy, 1925-1968) PBS Video, 2004.

MODERN AMERICAN HISTORY
PBS 415       Fidel Castro [120 min.]
                  Interviews and film clips are used to discuss the life of Cuban leader Fidel Castro and how he has
                  affected his country and the world. PBS Home Video, 2005.
917           True Crime Authors: Helter Skelter with Vincent Bugliosi [50 min.]
                  Vincent Bugliosi wrote the book and was also the attorney who prosecuted Charles Manson and
                  his family for their murderous spree. Bugliosi revisits the murders and 41-week trial. History
                  Channel, A&E Television Networks, 2002.

               We the People:
 321          We the People: The President and the Constitution (Gerald R. Ford) [60 min.]
                  Interviews recording observations of President Ford about the office of the Presidency and
                  its place in the constitutional framework of American government. 1991.
 322          We the People: The President and the Constitution (Jimmy Carter) [60 min.]
                  Interviews recording observations of President Carter about the office of the Presidency
                  and its place in the constitutional framework of American government. 1991.


DVD 062       Ronald Reagan: a role of a lifetime [1 videodisc, 50 min.]
                  Examines the many lives of Ronald Reagan: TV star, movie actor, political activist, governor and U.S.
                  president. Narrator: Richard J. Schlesinger. A&E Home Video, 1996.




***The PBS Indexed Video Database (nearly 400 volumes) covering American History and
    culture, with the index available online (see link from Virtual Library page) and in
    print form, is housed on the Muncie campus. They can be requested by volume # as
    indexed. (You will find a numerical list in the Appendix, and if viewing online, can
    link to descriptions.)




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               American visions: The History of American Art and Architecture [60 min. each]
                  Presents a glimpse of American history through its visual art, painting, sculpture, architecture and
                  monuments. Follows nearly three centuries of creativity, exploring a nation whose art mirrors its
                  diversity. Hosted by Robert Hughes. 1997.
 612-1        Republic of virtue [Some of the first images made in America resemble ancient ones.          Jefferson and
                     the other Founding Fathers feel that classicism lends the young nation power and authority. From heroic
                     statues of George Washington to the architecture of Washington, D.C., the new republic adopts and
                     transforms the classical style to serve a new, democratic ideal.]
 612-2        Promised land [Before there is an America, disparate bands of settlers strive to carve out an identity in a
                     virgin land. In the West, Spanish missions use art to convert the natives to Catholicism. In the East, plain
                     Protestant settlers are suspicious of art‘s pleasures. And in Virginia, an exiled aristocracy recreates its
                     ideal of England. Early portraits of these settlers ask us to consider the emergence of this new person,
                     this American.
 612-3        Wilderness and the West [From the majestic primal America, there arises the idea of landscape as
                     God‘s fingerprint. Landscape painting holds deep religious and patriotic connotations; soon, the belief in
                     Manifest Destiny is embodied in art. Traveling from Yellowstone to the Hudson Valley, Hughes explores
                     the artists Albert Bierstadt, John James Audubon, Frederic Church, Frederic Remington and Thomas
                     Cole. In their work he finds the conflicting impulses to worship the land and to conquer it, to create a
                     myth of the West just as the frontier itself is closing.]
 612-4        Gilded age [The many sides of America in the 19th century: the extravagant ―cottages‖ of Newport‘s
                     tycoons, the triumph of the Brooklyn Bridge, the haunting realism of Civil War photography, the elegant
                     portraits of John Singer Sargent, the American Impressionism of James Whistler and Mary Cassatt.
                     Together with a new breed of distinctly American artists like Thomas Eakins and Winslow Homer, they
                     mirror widely different experiences of the American Dream.]
 612-5        A Wave from the Atlantic [Waves of immigrants in the early 20th century bring both their old culture
                     and a thirst for the new. Their tenements are documented by photographer Jacob Riis and the socially
                     conscious Ashcan School. Then, after the historic 1913 Armory show, artists like Joseph Stella, Paul
                     Strand, Alfred Steiglitz and Georgia O‘Keeffe forge a modernism that is uniquely American. Some
                     celebrate the industrial sublime. Yet nature is the inspiration that leads Frank Lloyd Wright to develop an
                     organic architecture at the heart of modern design.]
 612-6        Streamlines and breadlines [The mythic images of the 1920‘s and 30‘s are as urban as the
                     skyscrapers rising up in New York and as rural as the heartland idealized by Regionalists like Thomas
                     Hart Benton. Isamu Noguchi, Lewis Hine and the artists of the WPA celebrate the worker as hero, Jacob
                     Lawrence tells stories of black America, and ambitious New Deal projects like Hoover Dam project self-
                     confidence in hard times. Which is the real modern America—the isolation painted by Edward Hopper,
                     or the jazzy vitality captured by Stuart Davis?
 612-7        Empire of signs [In the post-war era, America‘s power is unrivaled, and its artists make an
                     explosive break with the past. Hughes considers the impact of Hiroshima on art, traces the
                     development of abstract expressionism and the life of Jackson Pollack, and explores how
                     artists as different as James Resenquist, Claes Oldenburg, Joseph Cornell, Andy Warhol
                     and Jasper Johns reacted to the new consumer culture. We end with the nation on the eve
                     of divisive conflicts, as media images begin to overwhelm anything created by artists.]
 612-8        Age of anxiety [Our final program explores how American art has reflected the upheavals of the last 25
                     years. Hughes traces the evolution of abstract art and minimalism and considers the spiritual richness of
                     earth works, in which nature is the artist‘s medium. He ends the series by profiling a wide range of
                     contemporary artists. Using a diversity of mediums and approaches, Richard Serra, Susan Rothenberg,
                     James Turrell and others continue to capture uniquely American visions.]


 469          Art of the lecture [28 min.]
                  In his course, "Justice," Professor Michael Sandel introduces students to classical and contemporary
                  moral and political philosophy. (A Harvard University course in moral reasoning) 1989.


                       Art of the Western World: From Ancient Greece to Post-Modernism                                        Study Guides
                        [4 videocassettes, 513 min.]
                 Nine programs from the television series by WNET/New York in association with TV South/Great
                 Britain, ORF/Austria and Television Espaņola, S.A. with major funding from the Annenberg/CPB
                 Project. An introduction to and study of artistic masterpieces from the Western world.
                 Interpretation and commentary by art historians emphasize the significance of each work and its
                 relationship to art movements, art theory and the social environment. Hosted by Michael Wood.
                 West Long Beach, N.J.: Kultur, 1989.
734 v.1           Program 1: The Classical Ideal (Part 1 Traces origins of humanism and immortal
                  classical style to Ancient Greece. Probes Greek art and architecture and studies the
                  Parthenon. Part 2 Shows how genius of Roman engineering and architecture was used to build
                  an empire, while portrait sculpture exalted its rulers.)

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                  Program 2: A White Garment of Churches, Romanesque and Gothic
                  (Part 1 With the fall of the Roman Empire, Christianity flourished with the Church as patron of
                  monumental Romanesque architecture and sculpture. Part 2 The origin of Gothic architecture
                  is found in the choir of the Abbey Church of St. Denis and the Chartres Cathedral serves as a
                  model of High Gothic style.)
735 v.2           Program 3: The Early Renaissance                  (Part 1 The rebirth of humanistic ideas
                  marked the Renaissance in Italy, as seen in Florentines Ghiberti and Botticelli. Part 2 Glowing
                  color and minute detail set the work of the Flemish masters Van Eyck and Grünewald apart
                  from the Florentines.)
                  Program 4: The High Renaissance                    (Part 1: DaVinci, Michelangelo, and Raphael
                  displayed extraordinary talent working in a variety of media. Part 2 Venetians like Titian,
                  Tintoretto, and Palladio readapted the classical style with a theatrical flourish.)
                  Program 5: Realms of Light—The Baroque                         (Part 1: To counter the
                  Reformation, the church relied on dramatic depictions of religious scenes. Part 2 The royal
                  courts commissioned major paintings by Velasquez and Rembrandt.)
736 v.3           Program 6: An Age of Reason, An Age of Passion                           (Part 1 The playful
                  fantasy and provocative subjects of the Rococo style practiced by Watteau, Fragonard, and
                  Boucher gave way to strict Rationalism. Part 2 Striving for individual expression, Romantic
                  painters Goya, Gericault, and Delacroix demonstrated a range of styles and subjects.)
                  Program 7: A Fresh View—Impressionism and Post-Impressionism
                  (Part 1 Studies the first giants of the modern age from Courbet and Manet to the Impressionists
                  Monet, Degas and Renoir. Part 2 Features the greats of Post-Impressionism, van Gogh,
                  Cezanne, Seurat and Gauguin; England‘s Pre-Raphaelites such as Millais and Rosetti and the
                  Americans, Homer and Whistler.)
737 v.4           Program 8: Into the Twentieth Century                    (Part 1 Paris saw the emergence of the
                  Fauves, and of Picasso and Cubism. Kadinsky and others experimented with color abstraction.
                  Part 2 Modernism spawned Cubism, the abstract and the surreal. Dada responded to WWI with
                  nihilism; Surrealists Dali, Magritte, and Miro showed Freudian influence.)
                  Program 9: In Our Own Time                  (Part 1 The Abstract Expressionist movement
                  established New York as a center for the visual arts through works by Pollock, Warhol,
                  Lichtenstein, and Oldenburg. Part 2 Art is now accessible to everyone to create and
                  appreciate. Host Michael Wood looks over the past and forward to implications for the future.)

DVD 032       Art 21: Art in the twenty-first century: Seasons 1 and 2 [2 videodiscs, 7.5 hrs.]                                   Guides
                  Meet diverse contemporary artists through revealing profiles that take viewers behind the sense into artists‘
                  studios, homes, and communities to provide an intimate view of their lives, work, sources of inspiration and
                  creative processes. (Artists covered include: Louise Bourgeois, Michael Ray Charles, Mel Chin, John
                  Feodorov, Ann Hamilton, Margaret Kilgallen, Beryl Korot, Barbara Kruger, Maya Ying Lin, Sally Mann,
                  Kerry James Marshall, Barry McGee, Bruce Nauman, Pepon Osorio, Richard Serra, Shahzia, Sikander,
                  James Turrell, William Wegman, Andrea Zittel, Eleanor Antin, Janine Antoni, Charles Atlas, Vija Celmins,
                  Walton Ford, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Elizabeth Murray). PBS Home Video, 2003.

DVD 032       Art 21: Art in the twenty-first century: Season 3 [1 videodisc, 220 min.]                                           Guide
                  Go behind the scenes to meet today‘s most fascinating contemporary artists in Season Three of the Emmy-
                  nominated documentary series. Unparalleled in access to today‘s young artists, this unique series takes
                  viewers into artists‘ studios, homes, and communities to provide an intimate view of their lives, work,
                  creative processes, and sources of inspiration. The four one-hour programs present 18 artists working in
                  the United States. (Artists covered include: Cai Guo-Qiang, Laylah Ali, Krysztof Wodiczko, Ida Applebroog,
                  Susan Rothenberg, Mike Kelley, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Josiah McElheny, Matthew Ritchie, Fred Wilson,
                  Richard Tuttle, Roni Horn, Jessica Stockholder, Ellen Gallagher, Arturo Herrera, Oliver Herring). PBS
                  Home Video, 2005.

DVD 100       Art 21: Art in the twenty-first century: Season 4 [1 videodisc, 220 min.]                                           Guide
                  Go behind the scenes to meet today‘s most fascinating contemporary artists in Season Four of the Emmy-
                  nominated documentary series. Unparalleled in access to today‘s young artists, this unique series takes
                  viewers into artists‘ studios, homes, and communities to provide an intimate view of their lives, work,
                  creative processes, and sources of inspiration. The four one-hour programs present 18 artists working in
                  the United States. (Artists and Themes covered include: Romance>Laurie Simmons, Lari Pittman, Judy
                  Pfaff, Pierre Huyghe; Protest>Nancy Spero, An-My Lãe, Alfredo Jaar, Jenny Holzer; Ecology>Ursula von
                  Rydingsvard, Ianigo Manglano-Ovalle, Robert Adams, Mark Dion; Paradox>Mark Bradford, Catherine
                  Sullivan, Robert Ryman, Allora & Calzadilla). PBS Home Video, 2007.


852           A Walk to Remember [102 min.]
                  Love brings together what peer pressure and lifestyles seek to keep apart. Jamie is a straight-laced
                  preacher's daughter and Landon is an unmotivated delinquent. When events thrust him into her world, he
                  begins an unexpected journey he'll never forget. Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, c2002.




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               Choices and challenges          (Social policy; Ethics, Modern, 20th century) [136 min. each]
 551             Quality of life at the end of life
 552             Quality of life in the electronic village [2 tapes]
 553             Quality of life in the global environment: Sharing the earth's water supply                  Transcript
 554             Quality of life in the global environment: Preparing for the next century                    Transcript
                    [2 tapes] Public forum examines environmental trends, rethinking views of nature, worldwide
                    development strategies affecting gender, poverty & the environment, and ethical, social & economic
                    policies. Panelists: A. Hammond, E. Linden, M. Rojas, T. Fricke, M.Sagoff.

                   Civilisation [British spelling] 1993. [100 min. each]
                    Discusses the history of Western culture from the end of the Graeco-Roman world to the present day.
                    Covers the great works of sculpture, painting, architecture, philosophy, poetry,literature and music from
                    each century covered.
                                          th
 520-1           Skin of our teeth (5 -11th cent.) / Great thaw (12th cent.)
 520-2           Romance and reality (13th-14th cent.) / Man--the measure of all things (15th cent.)
 520-3           The hero as artist (16th cent.) / Protest and communication (16th-17th cent.)
 520-4           Grandeur and obedience (17th cent.) / The light of experience (17th cent.)
 520-5           The pursuit of happiness (18th cent.) / The smile of reason (18th cent.)
 520-6           The worship of nature (18th cent.) / The fallacies of hope (19th cent.)
 520-7           Heroic materialism (19th-20th cent.)

 DVD 72          Dances with Wolves [181 min.]
                    A U.S. Army soldier is allowed to pick his post; he decides to see the West before it is settled. [Dakota
                    Indians]. Based on Michael Blake's novel. MPAA rating: PG-13. Originally released as a motion picture
                    in 1990. Actors: Kevin Costner, Mary McDonnell, Graham Greene, Rodney A. Grant.

 DVD 74          Dead Man Walking [122 min.]
                    Matthew Poncelet is the convicted killer of two teenage lovers, preparing to end his life on death row.
                    In response to a letter, Sister Helen Prejean visits Matthew and finds herself face-to-face with a killer
                    who still pleads his innocence. When the date is set for his execution death by lethal injection,
                    Poncelet asks Sister Helen to be his spiritual advisor and she agrees, little knowing the outrage that
                    will follow her decision. Originally released as a motion picture in 1995; based on the book by Sister
                    Helen Prejean. Actors: Tim Robbins, Susan Sarandon, Sean Penn.

 864             Ernest Hemingway: Wrestling with Life [100 min.]
                    Traces the life of Ernest Hemingway from his childhood, through his years as a war
                    correspondent, to his life as a writer in Cuba using archival footage and photographs and
                    interviews with his family, friends and associates. An episode of the television program
                    Biography; Host Jack Perkins; Narrator Mariel Hemingway. 1998

                  Ethics in America [11 videocassettes, 60 min. each]
                   Series examines a wide range of ethical positions and allows the viewer to look at his/her own
                   ethical standards. Columbia University Seminars on Media & Society in association with
                   WNET/New York (PBS television series). Santa Barbara, CA: Annenberg/CPB Project, 1988.
 755-1           Do Unto Others (Panelists discuss the question of community responsibility.)
 755-2           To Defend a Killer (Ethical dilemmas of the criminal justice system are explored.)
 755-3           Public Trust, Private Interests (Looks at trust within the government, between one
                    public official and another, and between the government and the public.)
 755-4           Does Doctor Know Best? (Controversies created by modern medicine are discussed.)
 755-5           Anatomy of a Corporate Takeover (Top CEOs debate an alarming array of ethical
                    problems surrounding merger mania.)
 755-6           Under Orders, Under Fire (Part I)               (The duty to follow orders and a commander‘s
                    obligation to protect soldiers are discussed by top military personnel and news
                    correspondents.)
 755-7           Under Orders, Under Fire (Part II)                  (Generals and others examine the clash between
                    military tribunals and the right of confidentiality.)
 755-8           Truth on Trial (The ethical dilemmas of civil litigation are the focus.)
 755-9           The Human Experiment (Whether or not humans should be used as test subjects in the
                   medical research field is debated.)
 755-10          Politics, Privacy and the Press (Panelists on both sides of the issue discuss what part
                    of a public official‘s life should be exempt from public scrutiny.)

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 DVD 034      Gladiator [2 videodiscs, 155 min.]
                  A Roman general refuses to transfer his loyalty to the new Emperor, Commodus. He becomes a slave and
                  then a gladiator, fighting in the Roman Coliseum in defiance of the Emperor. Special features: audio
                  commentary with Ridley Scott, John Mathieson, and Pietro Scalia; from the cutting floor; the making of
                  Gladiator; gladiator games, Roman blood sports; Hans Zimmer, scoring Gladiator. (Actors: Russell Crowe,
                  Joaquin Phoenix, Connie Nielsen, Oliver Reed, Derek Jacobi, Djimon Hounsou, Richard Harris)
                  DreamWorks, 2000.


846           Gone with the Wind             [2 videocassettes; 233 min.]
                  Based on the novel by Margaret Mitchell. At head of title on container: David O. Selznick's
                  production of Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind. Focuses on the life and loves of the
                  beautiful and selfish Scarlett O'Hara. The story begins on the O'Haras' Georgia plantation of
                  Tara in antebellum days and moves through the Civil War and Reconstruction.

 847          Grapes of Wrath           [128 min.]
                  Originally produced as a motion picture in 1940, with Henry Fonda. Based on the novel by
                  John Steinbeck.

 DVD 008      Great World Religions: Christianity [2 videodiscs 360 min. 12 lectures: 30 min./lecture] Guidebook
                  Provides an overview of Christianity, the world‘s largest religion, and discusses why, in addition to being
                  vast and popular, it is also extremely complex and often highly contradictory. Explains why the central
                  figures, elements and creeds of Christianity are hard to fathom yet give Christianity its distinctive
                  character. Covers topics such as Christianity‘s birth and expansion across the Mediterranean world, the
                  development of its doctrine, its assertion that Jesus was both a man and God, its transformation upon
                  becoming Rome‘s imperial religion, its many and deep connections to Western culture, and the tensions
                  in Christianity today. Lecture 1: Christianity among world religions; 2: Birth and expansion; 3: Second
                  century and self-definition; 4: the Christian story; 5: What Christians believe; 6: The church and
                  sacraments; 7: Moral teaching; 8: The radical edge; 9: Catholic, Orthodox, Protestant; 10: Christianity
                  and politics; 11: Christianity and culture; 12: Tensions and possibilities. (The Teaching Company, 2003)

 DVD 009      Great World Religions: Buddhism [2 videodiscs 360 min. 12 lectures: 30 min./lecture]                               Guidebook
                  Provides an overview of Buddhism and describes how Buddhism challenges some of the most important
                  Western ideas about god, human life, and the self. Covers the Buddha‘s life and the development of
                  Buddhism, explains his teachings, or Dharma, and explores the lives of well-known Buddhists such as
                  the Dalai Lama. Lecture 1: Buddhism as a world religion; 2: The life of the Buddha; 3: All is suffering; 4:
                  The Path to Nirvana; 5: The Buddhist community; 6: Mahayana Buddhism, the bodhisattva ideal; 7:
                  Celestial Buddhas and bodhisattvas; 8: Emptiness; 9: Theravada Buddhism in Southeast Asia; 10:
                  Buddhism in Tibet; 11: Buddhism in China; 12: Buddhism in Japan. (The Teaching Company, 2003)

DVD 010       Great World Religions: Hinduism [2 videodiscs 360 min. 12 lectures: 30 min./lecture]                               Guidebook
                  Provides an overview of Hinduism and discusses why Hinduism is perhaps the most diverse religion of
                  all. Covers topics such as arranged marriages and the caste system, the Indus Valley Civilization, the
                  sacred writings in the Vedas, the Bhagavad-gita, and the Upanishads, ritual purity rites, the Aryan
                  language of Sanskrit, and the Hinduism‘s rejection of the notion that there is but one path to the divine.
                  Introduces Hinduism‘s wealth of gods, terms, and practices, such as Krishna, karma, guru, and yoga.
                  Lecture 1: Hinduism in the world and the world of Hinduism; 2: The early cultures of India; 3: The world of
                  the Veda; 4: From the Vedic tradition to classical Hinduism; 5: Caste; 6: Men, women, and the stages of
                  life; 7: The way of action; 8: The way of wisdom; 9: Seeing God; 10: The way of devotion; 11: The
                  Goddess and her devotees; 12: Hinduism in the modern period. (The Teaching Company, 2003)

DVD 011       Great World Religions: Judaism [2 videodiscs 360 min. 12 lectures: 30 min./lecture]                                Guidebook
                  Surveys the history, traditions, and practice of Judaism from biblical times to today, with explanations of
                  the major aspects of Jewish culture. Focuses on Judaism from within and how it is understood by its
                  adherents, past and present. Covers topics such as the sacred books of Judaism, modes of worship, the
                  calendar and holidays, and rites of passage such as bar and bat mitzvah and marriage. Illustrates how
                  Judaism reinvented itself by embracing the rabbinical tradition after the destruction of the Second Temple
                  in 70 C.E. and considers the thinking of philosophers such as Maimonides. Lecture 1: What is Judaism?
                  2: The stages of history; 3: The Jewish library; 4: The emergence of Rabbinic Judaism; 5: Jewish
                  worship, prayer and the synagogue; 6: The calendar, a communal life-cycle; 7: Individual life-cycles; 8:
                  God and man, God and community; 9: Philosophers and mystics; 10: The Legal frameworks of Judaism,
                  Halakha; 11: Common Judaism, or a plurality of Judaisms? 12: Judaism and ―others.‖ (The Teaching
                  Company, 2003)

DVD 012       Great World Religions: Islam [2 videodiscs 360 min. 12 lectures: 30 min./lecture]                                  Guidebook
                  Consists of twelve 30-min. lectures that provide an overview of Islam. Discusses Islam‘s role as both a
                  religion and a way of life, and its deep impact on world affairs both historically and today. Covers topics
                  such as Muhammad, jihad, Sufism, Muslim beliefs about other faiths, the possible future relations
                  between Islam and the West, Islamic civilization‘s contributions to art, law and science, whether the
                  Quran condones terrorism and what it says about God, the role of women in Islam, and Islam‘s
                  compatibility with modernization, capitalism, and democracy. Disc 1: Islam yesterday: today, and
                  tomorrow—The five pillars of Islam—Muhammad, prophet and statesman—God‘s word, the Quranic
                  worldview—The Muslim community: faith and politics—Paths to God: Islamic law and mysticism. Disc 2:

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                  Islamic revivalism, renewal and reform—The contemporary resurgence of Islam—Islam at the
                  crossroads—Women and change in Islam—Islam in the West—The future of Islam. (The Teaching
                  Company, 2003)
 865          Great Women Writers [3 videotapes -- 135 min.]
                  [1] Jane Austen – [2] Emily Dickinson – [3] The Brontes. Describes the careers and lives of
                  three women writers. Includes examples of their works and the styles that made them unique in
                  the literary world. Kultur International Films, 2000.

 822          Hamlet       [135 min.]
                  Mel Gibson as Hamlet in this version of William Shakespeare‘s Hamlet, directed by Franco
                  Zeffirelli. Warner Bros. and Nelson Entertainment, 2001.

 800          Hedwig and the angry inch [91 min.]
                  Based on the smash hit New York show, this is a high-energy rock musical in the tradition of
                  The Rocky Horror Picture Show. This is the story of Hedwig, an ambitious glam-rocker who
                  comes to America determined to find fame, fortune, and his ―other half.‖ New Line Home
                  Entertainment, 2000.
760           How beliefs and values define a culture [24 min.]
                  From series, How to study cultures, helps the student learn how to study and analyze any
                  culture. 1997.

 684          In the footsteps of Alexander the Great                   [480 min.]
                  [2 videocassette set] Michael Wood using ancient Greek writers as guides tries to follow route
                  of Alexander the Great on his conquest of most of known world. Also seeks out local lore about
                  him along route. Much of route has been fought over since time… (Alexander the Great,
                  356-323 B.C., Journeys) 1997.

DVD 71        Jerry Maguire [138 min.]
                  A sports agent suddenly discovers his scruples and promply loses his job. But with the help of one
                  loyal colleague and one outrageous client, he learns that loving well is the best revenge. Rated: R.
                  Actors: Tom Cruise, Cuba Gooding, Renaee Zellweger, Kelly Preston, Jerry O'Connell, Jay Mohr.

DVD 035       Judgment at Nuremberg [1 videodisc, 186 min.]
                  American judge Daniel Haywood presides over the trial of four German jurists accused of ‗legalizing‖ Nazi
                  atrocities. But as graphic accounts of sterilization and murder unfold in the courtroom, mounting political
                  pressure for leniency forces Haywood into making the most harrowing and difficult decision of his career.
                  Special features: tribute to Stanley Kramer; ―In conversation‖—Maximilian Schell and Abbey Mann; ―The
                  value of a single human being‖ featurette; photo gallery. (Actors: Spencer Tracy, Burt Lancaster, Richard
                  Widmark, Marlene Dietrich, Maximilian Schell, Judy Garland, Montgomery Clift, Ed Binns, Werner
                  Klemperer) MGM Home Entertainment, 2004/1961.

 323          Korea: War, Prosperity, Democracy [93 min.]
                  Shows footage of Korean War and current modern day Korea for the purpose of creating
                  knowledge and understanding of Korea. 1995.

DVD 93         Long Search [5 videodiscs, 11 hours 16 min.]
                  Describes the basic beliefs and practices of major world religions. BBC, 1977 [2001].
                  [Disc 1]: v. 1. Protestant spirit USA -- v. 2. Hinduism : 330 million Gods -- [Disc 2]: v. 3. Buddhism
                  : Footprint of the Buddha -- 4. Catholicism : Rome, Leeds and the desert -- [Disc 3]: v. 5. Islam :
                  There is no God but God -- v. 6. Orthodox Christianity : The Romanian solution -- v. 7. Judaism :
                  The chosen people -- [Disc 4]: v. 8. Religion in Indonesia : The way of the ancestors -- v. 9.
                  Buddhism : The land of the disappearing Buddha -- v. 10. African religions : Zulu Zion -- [Disc 5]:
                  v. 11. Taoism : A question of balance -- v. 12. Alternative lifestyles in California : West meets East
                  -- v. 13. Reflections on the long search.

821           Michelangelo: Artist and man [50 min.]
                  Examines the broad canvas of Michelangelo‘s life and legacy to probe the very soul of the
                  artist who in his own lifetime was called genius. Non Fiction Films (A&E Home Video), 1994.

 DVD 76       The Notebook [125 min.]
                  Love story (ending with Alzheimer's) based on book by Nicholas Sparks, 2004.

 807          Oedipus the King, by Sophocles [120 min.]
                 A new translation by Don Taylor, a BBC TV co-production with Bioscope, Inc. Play recounts
                 the story of Oedipus, King of Thebes, a man, who out of stubborn pride, must know the truth
                 at all costs. 1986.

 809          Othello [124 min.]
                  Videocassette release of the 1995 motion picture, Warner Home Video, 1998. Rated R. Based
                  on the play by William Shakespeare. A great man‘s vanity is manipulated by a jealous aide to
                  bring about his downfall. Betrayal, deception and murder end the friendship between Othello,
                  Desdemona, and Iago.
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DVD 013       Peoples and cultures of the world: Parts 1&2 [2 videodiscs, 360 min. each container]                             Guidebooks
DVD 014           In this course of lectures Prof. Fischer surveys anthropology, the study of human societies and
                  comparative customs with a special emphasis on pre-capitalist societies and the things which pre-
                  capitalist societies and modern societies have in common. Part 1, Lecture 1: The study of
                  humanity; 2: The four fields of anthropology; 3: Culture and relativity; 4: Fieldwork and the
                  anthropological method; 5: Nature, nurture and human behavior; 6: Languages, dialects and
                  social categories; 7: Language and thought; 8: Constructing emotions and identities; 9: Magic,
                  religion and codes of conduct; 10: Rites of passage 11: Family, marriage and incest; 12: Multiple
                  spouses and matrilineality. Part 2, Lecture 13: Gatherers and hunters; 14: Headmen and
                  horticulturists; 15: Cannibalism and violence; 16: The role of reciprocity; 17: Chiefdoms and
                  redistribution; 18: Cultural contact and colonialism; 19: Cultures of capitalism; 20: Is economics
                  rational? 21: Late capitalism: from Ford to Disney; 22: The Maya, ancient and modern; 23: Maya
                  resurgence in Guatemala and Mexico; 24: The Janus face of globalization. (The Teaching
                  Company, 2004)

845            Red Badge of Courage [69 min.]
                 Originally issued as a motion picture in 1951. Retells Stephen Cranes's story of a young
                 man's grappling with fear and courage during the Civil War.

806           Religions around the world                [48 min.]
                 Throughout the world mankind is joined, but sometimes divided, by the depth and passion of
                 his religious devotion. This film investigates the fascinating range of major religions, from all
                 over the globe and explores their differences and similarities.

DVD 007       Saving Private Ryan             [169 min.]
                 Originally released as a motion picture in 1998. Based on the novel by Harper Lee.
                 Captain John Miller must take his men behind enemy lines to find Private Ryan, whose three brothers
                 have been killed in combat. Faced with impossible odds, the men question their orders. Why are eight
                 men risking their lives to save just one? Surrounded by the brutal realities of war, each man searches
                 for his own answer and the strength to triumph over uncertain future with honor, decency and
                 courage. Rated R. Special features: Message from Stephen Spielberg (World War 2, Normandy).

DVD 036       Siddhartha [1 videodisc, 93 min.]
                  A young Brahmin leaves his wealthy parents to become a sadhu, a wandering ascetic. He meets and is
                  awed by the Buddha, but chooses to follow his own path which leads him to sexual passion and material
                  wealth. Finding these pursuits to be empty, he abandons them to become a poor ferryman and learns
                  tranquility from the river itself. Special features: Interview with director/writer Conrad Rooks; English and
                  Spanish theatrical trailers; original storyboards and script selection by Conrad Rooks; stills and lobby cards
                  gallery; scene selections. Based on the novel by Hermann Hesse. (Actors: Shashi Kapoor, Simi Garewal,
                  Romesh Sharma) Image Entertainment, 2002/1972.

DVD 73        The Terminal [128 min.]
                  Viktor is a simple man with a mission who finds himself entrapped in JFK airport after the accidental
                  loss of his country to villainous coup. He becomes a man without a country and is instructed not to
                  leave. He slowly adapts. MPAA rating: PG-13. Actors: Tom Hanks, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Stanley
                  Tucci, Chi McBride. 2004.

844           To Kill a Mockingbird              [152 min.]
                 Originally produced as a motion picture in 1962. Based on the novel by Harper Lee.
                 Motion picture ca. 130 min.; interview segment, ca. 22 min. Includes original trailer and interviews
                 with Gregory Peck, other original cast members and the filmmakers, called "The song of the
                 mockingbird"; produced, written and directed by Charles Kiselyak. Two children in a small southern
                 town are thrust into an adult world of racial bigotry and hatred when their lawyer father chooses to
                 defend a black man unjustly accused of raping a white girl.

DVD 036       To Kill a Mockingbird              [DVD Widescreen: 152 min.]
854           Tuck Everlasting [90 min.]
                 Originally produced as a motion picture in 2002. Based on the book by Natalie Babbitt.
                 Young Winnie Foster, stifled by the formality of her proper life and her domineering mother, escapes
                 into the woods only to get lost. Her magical summer begins when she meets Jesse Tuck. Jesse is full
                 of life and adventure and Winnie falls in love. The Tuck family has a powerful secret - a spring that
                 holds the magic of everlasting life. Now Winnie must choose whether she wants to live life as she
                 knows it or drink from the spring.

                The Way of a Poet series:
                    Mildred Raynolds Trivers reads original poetry and talks about those poems.
 569          The way of a poet. 1992. [20 min.]
 570          Sound of poetry. 1994. [22 min.]
 571          Image and Reality. 1994. [22 min.]


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 832          What is Classical Music? (Leonard Bernstein’s Young People’s Concerts
              with the New York Philharmonic) [59 min.]
724            The Western tradition Parts I & II [52 programs in 14 videocassettes,                                Student guide
               30 min. each program]       Parts I and II of a two-semester telecourse that explores cultural and
               philosophical movements that have influenced the Western world. Eugen Weber and Metropolitan
               Museum of Art. Santa Barbara, CA: Annenberg/CPB Project, 1989. [Subject: Civilization, Western]
                       Tape #:      Program #:      Title:
                           1             1          The Dawn of History
                                         2          The Ancient Egyptians
                                         3          Mesopotamia
                                         4          From Bronze to Iron
                           2             5          The Rise of Greek Civilization
                                         6          Greek Thought
                                         7          Alexander the Great
                                         8          The Hellenistic Age
                           3             9          The Rise of Rome
                                         10         The Roman Empire
                                         11         Early Christianity
                                         12         The Rise of the Church
                           4             13         The Decline of Rome
                                         14         The Fall of Rome
                                         15         The Byzantine Empire
                                         16         The Fall of Byzantium
                           5             17         The Dark Ages
                                         18         The Age of Charlemagne
                                         19         The Middle Ages
                                         20         The Feudal Order
                           6             21         Common Life—Middle Ages
                                         22         Cities and Cathedrals—Middle Ages
                                         23         The Late Middle Ages
                                         24         The National Monarchies
                           7             25         The Renaissance and the Age of Discovery
                                         26         The Renaissance and the New World
                           8             27         The Reformation
                                         28         The Rise of the Middle Class
                                         29         The Wars of Religion
                                         30         The Rise of the Trading Cities
                           9             31         The Age of Absolutism
                                         32         Absolutism and the Social Contract
                                         33         The Enlightened Despots
                                         34         The Enlightenment
                          10             35         The Enlightenment and Society
                                         36         The Modern Philosophers
                                         37         The American Revolution
                                         38         The American Republic
                          11             39         The Death of the Old Regime
                                         40         The French Revolution
                                         41         The Industrial Revolution
                                         42         The Industrial World
                          12             43         Revolution and Romantics
                                         44         The Age of the Nation-States
                                         45         A New Public
                                         46         Fin de Siècle
                          13             47         The First World War and the Rise of Fascism
                                         48         The Second World War
                                         49         The Cold War
                                         50         Europe and the Third World


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                         14               51         The Technological Revolution
                                          52         Toward the Future

 DVD 69       You've Got Mail! [119 min.]
                  Rival book dealers unwittingly fall anonymously head over heels in love via the Internet. Originally
                  released in 1998. MPAA rating: PG-13. Actors: Tom Hanks, Meg Ryan, Parker Posey, Jean Stapleton.
                  1999.


913 v1        20th century with Mike Wallace: The Iran-Contra scandal [50 min.]
                  Iran-Contra Affair, 1985-1990. History Channel, A&E Television Networks, 1996.
913 v2        20th century with Mike Wallace: The IRA: 30 years of terror [50 min.]
                  Irish Republican Army. History Channel, A&E Television Networks, 1996.
913 v3        20th century with Mike Wallace: Ourselves, our bodies: the feminist
                 movement and the battle over abortion [50 min.]
                  Examines the feminist movement that began in the mid-1960's and how it eventually lead to
                  legalized abortion in the United States. It then focuses on the division this has created between
                  pro-abortion and anti-abortion supporters. History Channel, A&E Television Networks, 1996.


Travel/Geography:
871      Canadian Journey [55 min.]
                  Covers all 10 provinces. Questar Video, 1996.
872           Cuba and Haiti [50 min.]
                  Tour guide Ian Wright. Globe Trekker, 2004.
874           Europe: The Grand Tour [42 min.]
                  Munich, Brussels, Amsterdam, Paris, Switzerland, Salzburg, Venice, Florence, Greece, Istanbul,
                  Budapest. Rand McNally Video Traveller, 1994.
876           North Thailand & Laos [55 min.]
                  Tour guide Ian Wright. Globe Trekker, 2003.
875           Southeast Australia [55 min.]
                  Tour guide Ian Wright. Globe Trekker, 2002.
919           Pilot Guide to Central China (Globetrekker) [50 min.]
                  "Central China is the cradle of Chinese civilization. Comprised of four states: Shaanxi, Henan,
                  Shanxi and Inner Mongolia. The region is brought together by the legendary Yangtze River and
                  the mythology of fear and fertility it carries. Traveler Megan McCormick begins her journey in the
                  capitalist city of Shanghai before traveling through Suzhou to the stunning Yellow Mountains.
                  After a few days hiking and trip down the river she ends her journey among the Terracotta Army
                  of Xi'an." (Publisher's website) Pilot Productions, 2003.
920           Pilot Guide to North India (Globetrekker) [50 min.]
                  "Traveler Andrew Daddo begins his journey on the holy River Ganges in Varanasi to witness the
                  pilgrims bathing in the ghats. From there, he takes the train to the famous Taj Mahal before
                  heading on to Delhi. He continues by train into the Himalayas to enjoy the beautiful views of the
                  Kula Valley before ending his journey in the breathtaking lost city of Leh."--Container. Pilot
                  Productions, 2002.
921           Pilot Guide to Alaska (Globetrekker) [50 min.]
                  Previously released under the title: Lonely Planet. Traveler Ian Wright's journey begins in the town of
                  Eagle on the banks of the Yukon River. After stopping off to meet the inhabitants of Chicken, he travels
                  north to the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. Following a spot of fishing on the Kenai River, he travels
                  through Homer to his final destination, Coldfoot, in the Arctic Circle. Pilot Productions, 2001.

DVD 039       Russia (Globe trekker travel guide) [1 videodisc, 60 min.]
                  A tour of Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Murmansk; special features: Round the world tour; essential travel
                  information; specially composed soundtrack. Pilot Film and TV Productions, 2004/2002.

DVD 042       Destination Egypt (Globetrekker) [1 videodisc, 90 min.]
                  "Traveler Megan McCormick starts her journey in the sprawling capital of Cairo. She then travels into the
                  western desert via El Alamein to the oasis town of Siwa, close to the Libyan border. Heading south for a five
                  day desert trek she arrives at her final destination - Luxor, which claims to be the world's greatest open air
                  museum." Pilot Film Productions, 2003.

DVD 94        How the earth was made [1 videodisc, 100 min.]
                  This documentary describes planet earth‘s four and a half billion year history, describing how we have
                  come to know what we know about our planet. The findings of key researchers are explained, along with
                  physical evidence of the huge forces which continue to shape our world. History Channel, 2007.




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 DVD 97       Alien Invaders (Twenty-first century outbreak) [34 min.]
                  Discusses lethal tropical infections and pathogens thought to have been eradicated. Provides case studies which
                  illustrate the scope of the danger, while doctors and health officials on the frontlines explain the battle. Discovery
                  Channel, 2004.


 DVD 89       Basics of Ecology | How Ecosystems Work: Energy Flow and Nutrient
                Cycles [34 min.] Great Pacific Media, 2005.

 307          BodyWorks: Muscular System, Circulatory System, Nervous System                                             Instructor's
                  Video to accompany Principles of Anatomy and Physiology by Tortora and                                 Manual/
                  Anagnostakos, 6th ed. 1993.                                                                            Video Guide

 462          Cell (The World of Living Organisms) [15 min.]
                  This program explains the structure and function of the cell--the basic unit of life--and how it is
                  studied using the compound and electron microscopes. An expert on the electron microscope is
                  interviewed. 1996.


 459          Cell wars        [60 min.]
                  Tape 6 of a series (The secret of life), which reveals how scientists' ability to decipher and manipulate
                  human genes will transform medicine and perhaps the human race. … showcases how DNA, base
                  pairs, genes, proteins, promoters and receptors work. 1993.


               Cellular Respiration: 1992. [10 min. each]
 428-1        Cell and energy
                  The cell's energy molecule, glucose, is examined. The cell respiration process of extracting
                  energy from glucose and transferring it to ATP in specific organelles is illustrated.
 428-2        Glycolysis 1
                  Uses computer animation to illustrate the process of glycolysis in relation to cellular respiration.
 428-3        Glycolysis 2
 428-4        Krebs cycle
                  The chemical process known as the Krebs cycle is examined in detail.
 428-5        Metabolism and nutrition
                  This program examines the role of ATP in biological systems and looks in detail at one specific
                  example of ATP use, the action of muscle fibers. Interplay of glucose, fats, and proteins in
                  processes of CR is then illustrated in context of human nutrition.
 428-6        Oxidative phosphorylation
                  The process of oxidative phosphorylation is covered. The process is shown to depend on the
                  creation of a hydrogen gradient that in turn drives the synthesis of ATP molecules.

 826           Chemical Reactions [30 min.]
                  1. Endothermic reactions -- 2. Exothermic reactions -- 3. Release of gas -- 4. Catalysts -- 5.
                  Indicators in reactions -- 6. Liquids to a solid. A fast paced and entertaining demonstration of 6
                  basic chemical experiments. (Teacher‘s Video Company, 2000)

                Chemistry: The Complete Course TMW Media Group, 2000.
 824           Density (Lesson 4, 30 min.)
                  "Density is the often the first quantitative concept studied in chemistry. To master the concept of
                  density requires understanding of the terms "mass" and "volume", and the units of g/cm ... We can
                  better learn the concept of density as well as develop a deeper understanding of what is involved in
                  quantitative reasoning by working density problems."--container excerpt.
 823           The Mole Concept: Preliminary Ideas (Lesson 7, 32 min.)
                  "One of the most important concepts to master is the concept of the mole. Before you can begin to
                  develop an understanding of the mole concept, it is necessary to master simpler concepts. Included
                  among these concepts are things like the meaning of the terms atoms, molecules, ions, and formula
                  units."--Container excerpt.
 828           The Mole (Lesson 8, 30 min.)
                  "Chemists invented the concept of the mole because they needed a way to 'count' atoms and
                  molecules. We need to be able to 'count out' atoms and molecules in order to run chemical reactions
                  without having anything left over."--Container excerpt.




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825            Writing and Balancing Chemical Equations (Lesson 13, 32 min.)
                  "In this video some very fundamental questions are considered. What is a 'chemical reaction?' When
                  we mix substances, how can we tell if a chemical reaction has occurred? How do we write equations
                  for chemical reactions? How do we 'balance' chemical equations, and what are we really doing when
                  we do this?"--Container excerpt.


               Cosmos with Carl Sagan: 1989. [120 min. each]
 501-1        Shores of the cosmic ocean (pt.1) / One voice in the cosmic fugue (pt.2)
                  Pt.1 begins with a guided tour of universe from clusters of galaxies to Milky Way to Earth, landing in
                  Egypt; Eratosthenes, Alex. Library, Big Bang … Pt.2 addresses question of life and its origins, molecular
                  biology, Miller/Urey experiment, and DNA.
 501-2        Harmony of the worlds (pt.3) / Heaven and hell (pt.4)
                  Pt.3 portrays first attempts of human beings to interpret character of heavens; discusses Kepler,
                  Copernicus, Galileo, Newton. Pt.4 presents processes of gradualism & catastrophism as they've
                  affected evolution of our universe, solar system, planet earth.
 501-3        Blues for a red planet (pt.5) / Travelers' tales (pt.6)
                  Pt.5 reviews man's fascination with Mars and theories about planet … Percival Lowell, Wells, Lowell,
                  Goddard; Mariner & Viking probes. Pt.6 reviews history of exploratory curiosity, Dutch contributions,
                  Voyager spacecraft missions to Jupiter.
 501-4        Backbone of night (pt.7) / Travels in space and time (pt.8)
                  Pt.7 features the history of astronomy. Episode 8 travels through our universe from the Big Dipper on
                  to the rest of the stars.
 501-5        Lives of the stars (pt.9) / Edge of forever (pt.10)
                  Pt.9 uses the building blocks of matter … to explain anatomy of stars and how stars evolve, stabilize
                  and die; gravitational effects. Pt.10 discusses culture myths of history of universe, including Big Bang;
                  galactic formation and Doppler effect; Hindu…
 501-6        Persistence of memory (pt.11) / Encyclopaedia galactica (pt.12)
                  Pt.11discusses the brain, its functions, brain size & environment, physiological synoptic response
                  which enables humans to think; discusses DNA in whales and humans. Pt.12 explores probable nature
                  of intelligent civilizations in universe and means …
 501-7        Who speaks for earth (pt.13) / Sagan-Turner, a dialogue (pt.14)
                  Pt.13 highlights first 12 episodes and presents great themes used throughout. Gives cautionary
                  warnings about future of humans as species. Pt.14 discusses issues vital to survival of our species on
                  Earth: pollution, greenhouse effect, nuclear weapons. …


               Cycles of Life: Exploring Biology Coastline Community College;
                Annenberg/CPB Project, 1997. [27 min. each]
 761          The unity and diversity of life (Program 1)
                  Lesson provides a broad overview of life on this planet and how science has helped us to
                  understand and appreciate its complexity. Topics covered are reproduction, the basic steps of the
                  scientific method, the nature of theories and specifically the theory of evolution.
 762          Chemical foundations of life (Program 2)
                  Introduction to molecules, atoms, and subatomic particles that make up living and non-living
                  matter; covers delicate balance between protons, neutrons, and electrons, and why atoms have a
                  tendency to gain or lose these subatomic particles to create electronically charged ions or atomic
                  isotopes.
 763          Secrets of the cell (Program 3)
                  Makes important connection between the behavior of complex organisms and the behavior of
                  individual cells that compose these organisms.
 764          The Power of Metabolism (Program 4)
                  Program shows how metabolism provides the energy the body needs to stay warm, to synthesize
                  proteins, and to transmit nerve impulses. It also shows happens when the body is deprived of its
                  primary source of chemical energy -- food -- through eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia.
 765          Energy in—Energy Out (Program 5)
                  The Earth is a giant living cell, extracting energy from the sun to drive photosynthetic reactions, which in
                  turn generates the chemical energy to support life in the form of plants, animals and other organisms.
                  This video covers photosynethetic reactions, aerobic respiration and anaerobic respiration.
 766          Generations: Mitosis and Meiosis (Program 6)
                  Discusses cell division as it relates to how each organism grows, reproduces, and repairs itself.
                  Examines mitosis by visiting a winery where grapes of prime stock are cloned to preserve genetic
                  characteristics. Examines meiosis by discussing the implication of cell division on the reproductive
                  patterns of dik-dik antelopes at the San Diego Zoo.




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767           Patterns of Inheritance (Program 7)
                  Beginning with Gregor Mendel's own experiments with plant breeding, you'll see how curiosity,
                  scientific dedication, and painstaking research led Mendel to discover one of the important secrets of
                  life: how characteristics are passed down from one generation to the next. Other topics that are
                  covered include: how scientists breed new forms of fruits and vegetables, the Punnett square, and the
                  transmission of human diseases such as hemophilia.
 768          DNA: Blueprint of Life (Program 8)
                  The secrets of the genetic code are revealed along with their implications for medical science.
 769          Proteins: Building Blocks of Life (Program 9)
                  With illustrated computer animated sequences and real-life case studies you will be introduced to the how
                  and why of RNA transcription and translation. Examples of what happens when proteins go bad due to
                  minor alterations of the genetic code include a review of sickle-cell anemia and cancer.
 770          Microevolution (Program 10)
                  This program features Charles Darwin in a starring role as the father of evolutionary theory.
                  Helpful examples are provided through this historical backdrop to clarify the concept of natural
                  selection and how it works. Modern practical examples include: the work of vector ecologists and
                  their study of mosquitoes, and the work of naturalists to better understand concepts such as
                  genetic drift and the founder effect.
 771          Macroevolution (Program 11)
                  Journey through time to witness the birth of our planet and life as we know it. Paleontologists discuss
                  their use of fossils and other techniques to bring the macroevolutionary puzzle together. Also covered
                  are ways in which scientists reconstuct those events leading to the formation of amino acids and the
                  first unicellular organisms.
 772          Viruses, Bacteria, and Protistans (Program 12)
                  Takes a historical view of the Carl Linnaeus-based system of scientific classification and the five
                  kingdoms that are used today. Discusses bacteria, viruses, and the kindgom of protistans, including
                  plankton, dinoflagellates, phytoplankton, and algae.
 773          Fungi, Plants, and Animals (Program 13)
                  Explains the basic biological classification system, and gives an evolutionary overview of three of the
                  five kingdoms: fungi, plants, and animals. Discusses the evolution of plant specis and their differing
                  structures, examines many phylogenetic branches of the animal kingdom, and visits a mushroom farm
                  to illustrate how fungi work.
 774          Plant Structure (Program 14)
                  Plants: tissues, nutrition, and transport. Program describes the structure of plants, including
                  flowering plants, covering the various functions of stems, leaves and roots.
 775          Plant Reproduction (Program 15)
                  Plants: reproduction & development. Experts discuss the processes that different plants use to
                  reproduce. Examples include: the symbiotic relationships between plants and insect pollinators; the
                  structure, development and dispersal of seeds, and the effect of moisture, heat, light and gravity on
                  the germination process.
 776          Animal Structure (Program 16)
                  Animals: structure & movement. The viewer will gain a greater appreciation of the diversity within
                  the animal kingdom and how organisms with radically different physical structures have found
                  their own solutions to the problems of maintaining homeostasis. Specific attention is given to skin,
                  muscles, and the skeletal system.
 777          Circulation: A River of Life (Program 17)
                  Introduces you to all the facets of blood and how it flows through the human body. It discusses
                  the heart and the blood vessels, blood pressure and heart attacks.
 778          Immunity (Program 18)
                  Various players in the drama of inflamation, including the supporting role of the lymphatic system.
                  Biological rationale for inflamation, its classic signs and symptoms, and how it relates to healthy
                  immune system function. Roles of red and white blood cells in immune system function and how they
                  contribute to the inflammatory response. Specific topics covered are HIV virus research and lupus
                  disease research.
 779          Respiration (Program 19)
                  Gives an overview of aerobic respiration, and illustrates the diffusion of gases across a moist membrane
                  with changing concentrations. Discusses the respiratory system and process of breathing in humans,
                  seals, and penguins.
 780          Digestion and Fluid Balance (Program 20)
                  Explains the role of the urinary tract in maintaining homeostasis in animals. Discusses the digestive
                  system and the role of enzymes in digestion. Examines the kidney and its role in maintaining homeostasis.
 781          The Neural Connection (Program 21)
                  Describes the nervous system and its common mechanisms that characterize the detection and
                  response to environmental stimuli throughout the animal kingdom. Dr. Peter Narins gives an overview of
                  the sensory receptors all animals use to sense pain. With these examples as a foundation, you will
                  watch the movement of ions in and out of the neuron that produces the depolarization necessary to
                  trigger nerve impulse transmission.

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 782          Endocrine Control: Systems in Balance (Program 22)
                  Not only is the endrocrine system a primary regulator of homeostasis in the body, it also acts as an
                  indicator of behavior change. Topics covered in this program include: research on the reproductive effects
                  of DDT in California gulls; the role of endocrine and neural control on the regulation of stress and diseases
                  such as diabetes that follow the disturbance of glucose metabolism.
 783          Animal Reproduction and Development (Program 23)
                  Compares asexual and sexual reproduction. Discusses the male and female reproductive systems, the
                  stages of fetal development, and provides a graphic explanation of the menstrual cycle.
 784          Populations and Communities (Program 24)
                  The basic concepts of ecology are introduced through the study of various populations and communities.
                  Topics include endangered plant species like the Santa Ana River Woolly Star, the hunting of owls, and
                  effects of human population growth on the health of the entire planet
 785          Ecosystems and the Biosphere (Program 25)
                  Explains the delicate balance of interactions that take place in ecosystems. Discusses examples of
                  how to protect and manage ecosystems.
 786          The Human Factor (Program 26)
                  Discusses how humans use technology to affect ecosystems. Examines global warming,
                  bioremediation, and possible alternatives to fossil fuels, such as hydrogen-powered vehicles,
                  solar energy, and fusion power.


 461          (Principles    of) Ecology          [23 min.]
                  The principles of ecology establish the relationships that interconnect humans as a biological species
                  with each other and with their environment. Also considers Gaia Hypothesis and view of planetary
                  ecosystem as a gigantic living organism, … 1995.


               Energy Flow 1992. [10 min. each]
 429-1        Concept of energy flow
                  Utilizes the second law of thermodynamics to explore the concept of 'entropy,' using for study
                  purposes a closed system represented by a space shuttle.
 429-2        Energy flow at the cellular level
                  Examines energy flow at the cellular level, where a single cell is likened to a micro-ecosystem.
 429-3        Energy flow in agriculture
                  Examines the roll of energy flow, first in a primitive and then a modern agricultural society.
                  Computer animation illustrates energy concepts in a present-day system, including extensive
                  use of machinery and fertilizers.
 429-4        Energy flow in the biosphere
                  The burning of fossil fuels has led to a global increase of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere,
                  known as the greenhouse effect.
 429-5        Energy flow in an ecosystem
                  Solar energy captured by photosynthesis is the earth's primary source of energy. Discusses
                  the food chain and examines the increasing loss of energy with progress up the trophic levels.
 429-6        Photosynthesis
                  Demonstrates how chlorophyll in plants absorbs and transfers captured light energy to other
                  molecules and eventually creates energy storage molecules such as glucose.


 DVD 98       [The] environment : a historical perspective [53 min.]
                  Explores the environmental impact humans have had on the planet and the future of ecology for the 21st
                  century. Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 1999.

 460          Evidence for evolution: Record in the rocks                     [30 min.]
                  Program on evidence of evolution from simple to more complex life forms. Explores fossil evidence,
                  reasons for extinction of species, & evidence from living plants & animals, including comparative
                  anatomy & behavior. Covers theory of natural selection … 1995.


 680          Extreme machines: Incredible robots [47 min.]
                  Demonstrates the quick evolution of robots, showing how mobility sets the stage for the
                  development of intelligence. Predicts future uses of robots. 1999.


 DVD 85       (The) Great fever [60 min.]
                  in June 1900, Major Walter Reed, Chief Surgeon of the U.S. Army, led a medical team to Cuba on a
                  mission to investigate yellow fever. For more than 200 hundred years the disease had terrorized the
                  United States, killing an estimated 100,000 people in the 19th century alone. Shortly after Reed and
                  his team arrived in Havana they began testing the radical theories of a Cuban doctor, Carlos Finlay,
                  who believed that mosquitoes spread yellow fever. This production documents the heroic efforts of
                  Reed's medical team to verify Finlay's theory. Eventually their discovery enabled the United States

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                  to successfully eradicate the disease among workers constructing the Panama Canal, making
                  possible the completion of one of the most strategic waterways in the world. When yellow fever
                  struck New Orleans in 1905, federal public health officials launched an aggressive mosquito
                  eradication campaign and successfully ended the epidemic. It was the last yellow fever outbreak in
                  the United States, and the first major public health triumph of the 20th century. Narrated by Linda
                  Hunt, originally broadcast Monday, October 30, 2006 on PBS (American Experience). 2006.

               Homeostasis 1992. [10 min. each]
 430-1        Biochemical balances
                  Introduces the chemical processes of competitive inhibition in the production of enzymes, and
                  the law of mass action: the natural tendency for chemical reactions to act in two directions.
 430-2        Coping with change
                  Introduces a basic model for the concept of homeostasis. Uses examples of how the body responds
                  to external changes in environment.
 430-3        Feedback cycle
                  Describes the feedback cycle, the ongoing monitoring of homeostasis to inhibit or stimulate the
                  release of hormones. Shows how negative feedback works and the many ways the body responds
                  to messages from receptors.
 430-4        Hormonal control
                  This program takes a look at the role played by hormones in maintaining homeostasis,
                  illustrating how hormone production stimulates reactions and, in turn, how hormone production
                  is monitored.
430-5         Osmoregulation
                  Explores the process of osmoregulation, using as an example the complex filtering process
                  that takes places in the kidneys.
 430-6        Sea within
                  Looks at how body fluids are adjusted and balanced to match internal needs to external conditions.
                  Describes the five mechanisms of homeostasis that control body fluids.


 630          Incredible human machine [52 min.]
                  Using a variety of different photographic techniques, the program takes the viewer on a tour of
                  the human body. 1986/75.


 598/707      Invaders: [Bacteria and viruses – only title on cover/label] [20 min.]
                  Shows the effects of bacteria and viruses on the human population. Also discusses
                  prevention of and immunization against disease. 1992.

525            Journey into life: Triumph of creation                 [30 min.]
                  Begins with moment of conception when egg and sperm meet. Live action film as well as still
                  photography document moments such as tiny embryo's beating heart small as the head of a pin, then
                  follows through stages of growth during 38 weeks of pregnancy. 1990.

 450-1 & 2 Kaboom: Experiments in chemistry I & II [110 min.]                                                        Student Guide &
                  Two videocassettes on experiments in chemistry. Safety notes/teacher notes are from a              Teacher Notes
                  reproducible student guidebook & teacher notes published by Calhoun Chemical, c1992.


 829          Lab safety, Teacher’s Video Company [13 min.]
                  Shows the importance of safety in the science lab. Covers general safety tips, procedures for
                  first aid, using fire and heat, mixing chemicals, checking glassware, handling sharp
                  instruments, and cleanup. 2002.

 809          Life’s greatest miracle, by Lennet Nilsson (A NOVA production) [60 min.]
                  Shows the development of a child from conception to birth. 2001.

              The Living Body 1985. [26 min. each]
 661          Moving parts
                  Shows how human muscle activity is coordinated by cerebellum & how position sensors in muscles &
                  joints along with balancing mechanism of inner ear enable body to be controlled. Presents
                  cinemicrophotography of interior of knee.
 662          Messengers
                  Shows how chemical messengers control and coordinate many different processes of human body.
                  Focuses on role hormones play in response to a sudden emergency, so-called fight or flight reaction.
 663          Muscle power
                  Shows how human muscles produce enormous strength as two types of molecules telescope
                  against each other in large numbers. Includes muscular activity that takes place involuntarily,
                  such as contraction of heart muscle and motion of digestive tract.

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               The new living body 1995. [20 min. each]
 458-1        Blood
                  Blood and circulation are explained … through the story of a sickle cell sufferer. Intro. to topics:
                  blood structure & function, heart & circulation, hemoglobin, DNA & protein synthesis, gas
                  exchange at cellular level, ... genetic counseling, …
 458-2        Bones & joints
                  Effect of sports on bones & joints are shown as Dr. David Michaely diagnoses and treats injuries
                  suffered by the Harvard University football team. Discusses movement & human skeleton;
                  structure & function of joints; effects of exercise; degenerative …
 458-3        Brain
                  Introduced brain structure and function, localization of brain activity, motor and sensory neurons,
                  & simple reflex arcs. Computerized tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, & advanced
                  surgical techniques are used to explore the brain.
 458-4        Breathing
                  Begins by looking at a typical day in life of a cystic fibrosis sufferer. Structure & function of lungs
                  are seen through mixture of computer graphics and real life video. Problems encountered with CF
                  are compared with functioning of normal healthy lung…
 458-5        Digestion
                  This program provides a thorough introduction to the structure and functions of the digestive tract using the
                  latest body imaging techniques; also explains how dietary fat is digested and assimilated by the body.
 458-6        Homeostasis (missing -- second copy: VHS 664)
                  Observes what happens in body during a marathon race. By monitoring various physiological
                  responses of one runner, shows many changes and adjustments being made as race progresses.
                  Topics: homeostatic mechanisms, regulation of temperature, regulation …
 458-7        Muscles
                  Widespread nature of muscle tissue in the body is introduced as this program looks at the complex
                  movements involved in the exercise of rowing. Nature of muscle itself is examined, from its gross
                  structure to its detailed microstructure, …
 458-8        Reproduction: Designer babies
                  Examines some of the issues raised by the potential uses and misuses of genetic technology and
                  demon-strates techniques of both ultra-sound scanning and amniocentesis as well as explaining latest
                  genetic manipulation techniques & … human genome project.
 458-9        Senses
                  Discusses the role of the senses in providing information to the brain, how sight and balance operate
                  and interact, then how modern technology can be used to overcome sensory limitations.
 458-10       Skin
                  Discusses the structure and function of the skin, sunburn, the effects of ultraviolet light on the
                  skin, melanin, and the causes and treatment of skin cancer.

 449          Matter [60 min.]                                                                                                Guide
                  Video and guide sections cover: The states of matter -- Atoms and the elements -- Chemical change
                  -- Chemical technology. (Intended audience, junior and senior high school students) 1987.

 524          Miracle of life         [60 min.]
                  Documentary shows actual conception and development of a baby. Looks inside the male and female
                  reproductive organs to show formation of sperm and passage of fertilized egg through fallopian tube.
                  Uses microscope to observe DNA, chromosomes, …to birth. 1994.

 633          New immunology, an overview [30 min.]
                  Presents a brief overview of immunology and describes the function and physiology of the
                  immune system, antigen, T-cell, B-cell, antibody, etc. 1989.


               Organic Evolution 1992. [10 min. each]
 431-1        In the beginning
                  Although the Biblical account of creation was widely accepted, several 18th century scientists
                  challenged the creation model. This program examines the contributions of Carl Linnaeus,
                  le Comte de Buffon and Jean Lamarck to the modern theory.
 431-2        Darwin, naturally
                  Presents overview of concepts expounded by Charles Darwin in On the origin of species.
                  The theory of natural selection explains how variations within species are preserved or rejected.
 431-3        Factoring in Mendel
                  Explains how evolution was influenced by dominant and recessive traits. Explains what Gregor
                  Mendel's experiments and the Hardy-Weinberg law prove.



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 431-4        Meiotic mix
                  Explains the difference between mitosis and meiosis. Shows how variations are generated by
                  chromosomes matching during meiosis.
 431-5        Mutation and all that
                  Only mutation can account for the upward progression of a species. Discusses the relation of
                  mutation to the rate of evolution by examining the structure of DNA and the alteration of the genetic
                  code.
 431-6        Population picture
                  Uses the Hardy-Weinberg model to focus on how the equilibrium of a population may be disturbed.
                  Examines stabilizing, directional, disruptive evolutionary phenomena, and the theory of random
                  genetic drift.


               Photosynthesis 1992. [10 min. each]
 432-1        Absorbing the light
                  Explores the stages of photosynthesis at the cellular level. Photosystems P680 and P700 are introduced.
 432-2        C3 and C4 plants
                  Explores the ability of plants to utilize atmospheric carbon dioxide.
 432-3        Dark reaction
                  Shows step-by-step developments in dark reaction, including the processes in the Calvin cycle and
                  production of glucose and starch.
 432-4        Fluid transport system
                  Looks at the carbon cycle and the role plants play in ensuring the survival of animal life.
 432-5        Light reaction
                  Program follows electrons through the P860 and P700 photosystems and out into the stoma where
                  they are used in the dark reaction.
 432-6        Seeing the light
                  Covers the historical discoveries of Joseph Priestly, Jan Ingenhousz and Jean Scnebier.



 331          Physics: Principles with applications, 3d ed. 1991. [26 min.]
                  Part 1 Walking in space (3:16); Part 2 Goodbye gallstones (11:46); Part 3 Laser dermatology
                  (3:20); Part 4 Magnetic resonance imaging (4:27); Part 5 Gamma knife (3:27)


 476          Pig dissection: A video system approach                       [32 min.]
                  Demonstrates techniques used in a typical laboratory dissection of a fetal pig. After the external
                  features of a pig embryo, then discusses its (1) circulatory (2) respiratory (3) digestive (4) urinary (5)
                  endocrine (6) reproductive, while showing … 1993.


 689          Power of belief [43 min.]
                  Examines the power of belief and how people's beliefs persist against logic or evidence to the
                  contrary. Some of the beliefs include being able to talk to the dead, believing illnesses can be
                  cured by therapeutic touch, belief … predict future, etc. (ABC News Home Video) 1998.


 827           (Amazing Materials:) Properties of Matter [26 min.]                                                        Disc. Questions
                  A look at composite materials reveals why two can sometimes be better than one: diamonds and
                  gold; graphite and carbon. What are their molecular structures? Their properties make them
                  amazingly multifunctional—and in some cases extremely valuable. (Discovery Channel School,
                  2000)

                Protein synthesis 1992. [10 min. each]
 433-1        DNA: Molecule of heredity (#2 of series)
                  Synthesis of protein begins w/DNA molecule. Found in nucleus of all cells, DNA molecules are grouped
                  in complex structures called chromosomes. Two outer rails of a DNA molecule are coiled in a double
                  helix: . . . genetic code . . .
 433-2        DNA replication: Repeating formula (#3 of series)
                  Synthesis of a DNA molecule is shown step by step as fertilization of the egg starts the process of cell
                  division that grows into the living organism. The ability of DNA to replicate itself during cell division
                  enables blueprints for creating proteins …
 433-3        Protein: Stuff of life (#1 of series)
                  This program examines varied protein compounds, their biological functions, the way they bind,
                  and how organisms synthesize the complex chains of amino acids that make up proteins.



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 433-4        Ribosomal RNA: Protein maker (#6 of series)
                  Ribosomal RNA and protein make up the ribosome, a complicated two-part machine that monitors
                  the interaction between messenger RNA and transfer RNA. ... the mutations ... are usually harmful,
                  but also … basis of evolution.
 433-5        RNA synthesis: Genetic messenger (#4 of series)
                  Every living species relies on accuracy of DNA replication, and RNA, or ribonucleic acid, plays
                  an essential role in process. Information of the DNA strand is carried by messenger RNA to the
                  ribosome, site of protein manufacture.
 433-6        Transfer RNA: Genetic messenger (#5 of series)
                  Functions of the three different types of RNA--messenger, transfer and ribosomal--are explained.
                  Transfer RNA acts as a vehicle for amino acids, ferrying them to ribosome, where they link up with
                  messenger RNA, forming a chain that becomes a protein.

 597          Raw terror: E. coli bacteria (Medical detectives series) [24 min.]
                  Describes an eleven-year-old boy's near death from E. coli bacteria food poisoning and the
                  measures taken to save him. 1997. [Anderson has a copy]

DVD 041       Ring of Fire [40 min.]
                  The film is about the circle of volcanoes and seismic activity that rings the Pacific Ocean. Shows the birth
                  of a volcano in Chile, the eruption of Mt. St. Helens, a volcano in Sakurajima, Japan, the 1989 San
                  Francisco earthquake and other volcanoes. Science Museum of Minnesota, c1998, videodisc release of a
                  1991 production.

 672          Robots rising [100 min.]
                  Explores the frontiers of robot technology from their idealistic development and application to
                  their darker side, the potential for abuse and disturbing implications of autonomous, semi-
                  autonomous and remote-operated machines. 1998.

 473           Scientists and the Alaska oil spill: the wildlife, the cleanup, the outlook [22 min.]
                  1989 oil spill in Alaska's Prince William Sound led to unprecedented response from scientific community.
                  Leading scientists in marine biology, chemistry, wildlife physiology & shoreline ecology discuss
                  techniques & procedures used to clean up the Sound… 1992.

733           Stephen Hawking’s Universe [3 videocassettes, 5 hours]
                  Author of the best-selling book A Brief History of Time, a renowned scientist, treats
                  viewers of this series to the latest and loftiest advances in cosmological thought, by
                  means of an intergalactic detective story. Alexandria, VA: PBS Home Video, 1997.

                  Tape 1     Program 1         Seeing is Believing Program explores mathematics and how it
                                               revolutionized our view of the Universe. (Ptolemy‘s theory of the motion
                                               of the planets, moon and sun; Newton‘s picture of the universe with
                                               everything governed by gravity; Einstein‘s revolutionized theory of
                                               physics; Edwin Hubble‘s invention fo the telescope that saw the
                                               expansion of the universe)
                             Program 2         The Big Bang Explores two theories scientists have developed for
                                               origin of the universe: the Big Bang and the Steady State theories. In
                                               this century, science has come to understand how the universe began
                                               from a tiny point, fifteen billion years ago. No matter how incredible it
                                               sounds, it seems that the church‘s ideas of a moment of creation were
                                               right from the beginning. Highlights contributions and theories of Albert
                                               Einstein, Georges Lamaitre, Fred Hoyle, Arno Penzias, and Robert
                                               Wilson.
                  Tape 2     Program 3         Cosmic Alchemy From the tiny beginning of the universe came all the
                                               matter that we can see around us today. How could pure energy
                                               become matter? Episode 3 examines what the universe is made of by
                                               utilizing particle accelerators to glimpse fragments of the explosive
                                               process believed to have generated stars and planets. This episode
                                               features the basics: ―fire,‖ ―water,‖ ―air,‖ and ―gas,‖ in addition to more
                                               complex findings of elements and matter from the creation of the
                                               Periodic Table to Einstein‘s famous theory of relativity.
                             Program 4         On the Dark Side Is space empty? In the 1950‘s a young American
                                               scientist discovered that the stars in rotating spiral galaxies seem to be
                                               held together by an unseen force. Vera Rubin proposed the idea that the
                                               space between the stars was filled by invisible stuff she called dark
                                               matter. Scientists now believe that dark matter could make up an
                                               unbelievable 99% of the universe. The race is on to find this mysterious
                                               stuff. As soon as we do, we‘ll know whether our universe will expand
                                               forever and end as a frozen desert or contract under the force of gravity
                                               in a terrifying ―Big Crunch.‖




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                  Tape 3     Program 5        Black Holes and Beyond Discusses Hawking‘s specialty, black holes.
                                              With the invention of radio astronomy over 50 years ago many
                                              astronomical discovers came to light including ultraluminous quasars,
                                              wormholes, black holes and singularities. It was discovered that quasars,
                                              bizarre objects billions of light years away with a power output greater
                                              than all of the stars in our galaxy put together, shine brightly as matter is
                                              sucked into a black hole and heats up due to friction. The science of
                                              black holes has thrown up some bizarre possibilities, since physics as
                                              we know it breaks down inside black holes. The mathematics of this
                                              seem to allow instant travel millions of miles across space, or even time
                                              travel. Whatever is really true, black holes are a lesson to scientists.
                             Program 6        An Answer to Everything Over the last hundred years our
                                              understanding of the universe has advanced farther than in previous
                                              centuries. We now know the universe had a beginning and how all the
                                              matter formed but there is still one outstanding question—how did the
                                              Big Bang begin? Stephen Hawking is joined by other leading scientists
                                              as they try to answer this most important question. Includes discussions
                                              of inflation theory, quantum mechanics, and string theory.


 DVD 015      Super size me [100 min.]
                  Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock embarks on a journey to find out if fast food is making Americans fat.
                  For 30 days he can‘t eat or drink anything that isn‘t on McDonald‘s menu; he must eat three
                  square meals a day, he must eat everything on the menu at least once and supersize his meal if
                  asked. He treks across the country interviewing a host of experts on fast food and a number of
                  regular folk while downing McDonald‘s to try and find out why 37% of Americans are now
                  overweight. Spurlock‘s grueling diet spirals him into a metamorphosis that will make you think
                  twice about picking up another Big Mac. Sundance Film Festival, 2004.

DVD 99        Universe Within : an incredible voyage into the microworld of the human body
                [Nova] [60 min.]
                  Chp. 1 Prologue -- Chp. 2 Introduction -- Chp. 3 A man who can fly: bones and muscles -- Chp. 4 Ice
                  climber: the immune response -- Chp. 5 A woman of speed: nutrition and digestion -- Chp. 6 Preparing for
                  the big event: pregnancy. Using microphotography to explore the hidden world inside the human body,
                  this program covers four incredible team efforts: the coordination of muscles, bones, heart and circulatory
                  system that makes Mike Powell the world‘s greatest long jumper; the struggle of ice climber Rob Taylor to
                  survive the onslaught of infection; the digestive dynamo that turns a simple sandwich eaten by five-time
                  Olympic gold medalist Bonnie Blair into raw energy for a blistering sprint down the ice; and the ultimate
                  event--the development of a new human life inside track star Karen Hatchett.

 463          Viruses: Nothing to Sneeze At [15 min.]
                  The annual hunt for virulent forms of the flu virus leads to an understanding of how viruses
                  interact and survive in a changing environment. Dr. Nancy Cox, of the Center for Disease
                  Control, develops the annual flue vaccine; Dr. Ron Webster traces the evolution of the flue virus
                  in China; and animation of the immune system‘s response to viruses is shown—all to further the
                  understanding of the nature of the virus. (Based on the original series, the Secret of Life)
                  WGBH Educational Foundation; Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities, 1993.

               World of chemistry series 1990. [60 min. each]
                  Journey through the exciting world of chemistry with Nobel laureate Roald Hoffmann. Foundations        Series guide
                  of chemical structures & their behavior are explored through computer animation, demonstrations,
                  & on-site footage at working industrial & research labs. (30 minute segments)
 585-1        World of chemistry [1] / Color [2]
 585-2        Measurement: foundation of chemistry [3] / Modeling the unseen [4]
 585-3        A matter of state [5] / The atom [6]
 585-4        Periodic table [7] / Chemical bonds [8]
 585-5        Molecular architecture [9] / Signals from within [10]
 585-6        Mole [11] / Water [12]
 585-7        Driving forces [13] / Molecules in action [14]
 585-8        Busy electron [15] / Proton in chemistry [16]
 585-9        Precious envelope [17] / Chemistry of the earth [18]
 585-10       Metals [19] / On the surface [20]
 585-11       Carbon [21] / Age of polymers [22]
 585-12       Proteins: structure and function [23] / Genetic code [24]
 585-13       Chemistry and the environment [25] / Futures [26]


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 412          Business math: Practical applications, 2/E
                  Basic math review video covers whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, graphs
                  and charts. 1990.


 411           Demo videotape to accompany Introductory Algebra and
                 Intermediate Algebra [20 min.] Provides an introduction to the concepts of
                  algebra. (By Barbara Poole, 1989)


 647          For all practical purposes: Introduction to contemporary mathematics
                  Program 10: Confident Conclusions (Statistics). Annenberg/CPB collection, 1987. [30 min.]


 745          For all practical purposes: Introduction to contemporary mathematics
                  Programs 13-14: More Equal than Others; Zero Sum Games (Social Choice).
                  Annenberg/CPB collection, 1987. [30 min. each program]


 608          Math, who needs it?           [58 min.]                                                          Discussion guide
                  Beginning in Jaime Escalante's East Los Angeles classroom, video is a fun & exciting
                  adventure showing how math is used in real life. Guest appearances: Bill Cosby, Dizzy
                  Gillespie, Teri Garr, Joe Piscopo, Marla Gibbs, Paul Rodriguez, Jeff Altman, … 1991.



               Basic college mathematics: An applied approach, 8th ed. 2006.
                  (Aufmann/Barker) [DVD sets also available]
                 These may be checked out by students.
 MATH 1-1 Whole numbers [Chapter 1]
 MATH 1-2 Fractions [Chapter 2]
 MATH 1-3 Decimals [Chapter 3] Ratio and Proportion [Chapter 4]
 MATH 1-4 Percents [Chapter 5]
 MATH 1-5 Applications for Business and Consumers [Chapter 6]
 MATH 1-6 Statistics and Probability [Chapter 7] U.S. Customary Units of Measurement [Ch.8]
 MATH 1-7 The Metric System fo Measurement [Chapter 9]
 MATH 1-8 Rational Numbers [Chapter 10]
 MATH 1-9 Introduction to Algebra [Chapter 11]
 MATH 1-10 Geometry [Chapter 12.1-2]
 MATH 1-11 Geometry [Chapter 12.3-6]
               Other copies available under set #: MATH 2, etc.




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                 Introductory Algebra: An applied approach, 7th ed. (2006)
                    Aufmann/Barker/Lockwood [DVD sets also available] These may be
                    checked out by students.

 MATH 30-1        Real numbers [Chapter 1]
 MATH 30-2        Variable expressions [Chapter 2]
 MATH 30-3        Solving equations [Chapter 3]
 MATH 30-4        Polynomials [Chapter 4]
 MATH 30-5        Factoring [Chapter 5]
 MATH 30-6        Rational expressions [Chapter 6.1-4]
 MATH 30-7        Rational expressions [Chapter 6.5-8]
 MATH 30-8        Linear equations in two variables [Chapter 7]
 MATH 30-9        Systems of linear equations [Chapter 8]
 MATH 30-10       Inequalities [Chapter 9]
 MATH 30-11       Radical expressions [Chapter 10]
 MATH 30-12       Quadratic equations [Chapter 11]
               Other copies available under set #: MATH 31, 32.


                  Intermediate algebra, John Tobey/Jeffrey Slater (Prentice Hall), 4th ed. (2002)
                        [Additional copies and CD sets available]
 MATH 20-1     Basic concepts [Chapter 1]
 MATH 20-2     Linear equations and inequalities [Chapter 2]
 MATH 20-3     Equations and inequalities in two variables and functions [Chapter 3]
 MATH 20-4     Systems of linear equations and inequalities [Chapter 4]
 MATH 20-5     Polynomials [Chapter 5]
 MATH 20-6     Rational expressions and equations [Chapter 6]
 MATH 20-7     Rational exponents and radicals [Chapter 7]
 MATH 20-8     Quadratic equations and inequalities [Chapter 8]
 MATH 20-9     Conic sections [Chapter 9]
 MATH 20-10    Functions [Chapter 10]
 MATH 20-11    Logarithmic and exponential functions [Chapter 11]
                    Another copy available under set #: MATH 21 (and 564)

 Math tapes for Finite Math, Functional Math, and Algebra & Trig, are also available.




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                                                                 Liberal Arts: SOCIAL SCIENCES
                                                        (Sociology, Government, Economics, Psychology)
 VHS #        Titles / Series names (bulleted in italics)                                                            Print Supplements

870           Adelante, Mujeres! : history of Mexican-American/Chicana women in
              the United States. [30 min.]
                  Shows Focuses on the history of Mexican-American/Chicana women. The major themes,
                  organizations and personalities are introduced chronologically in a tribute to the strengths and
                  resilience of women at the center of their families, as activists in their communities and as
                  contributors to American history. National Women‘s History Project. 1992.
Aging (next 3):
 652         Aging of America [20 min.]
                  Shows the changes in the life styles of the new and expanding generation of elderly
                  Americans and responses of businesses and government to these changes. 1988.
 654          Aging mind          [28 min.]
                  Several experts discuss normal and pathological aging and assert that poor health does
                  not come naturally with age. Examines when memory loss is linked to depression, or even
                  a vitamin deficiency. Recognizes that as we age our memories do change. 1997.
 653          Older voices: Interviewing older adults                   [46 min.]
                  Presents general principles of conducting survey interviews with older adults. Designed to
                  serve as one component of a study-specific interviewer training program. 1994.


DVD 26        Alert 3: the crash of UA 232, Sioux City, Iowa, July 19, 1989 [1 videodisc]
                  Training tape dealing with the aftermath of the crash of United Airlines flight 2332 on July 19, 1989 at
                  the Sioux Gateway Airport in Sioux City, Iowa. Focuses on the area of post traumatic stress and critical
                  incident stress debriefing. 1999.

DVD 27        New Alert 3: the crash of UA 232, Sioux City, Iowa, July 19, 1989 [1 videodisc]
                  Documents the crash of United Flight 232 on July 19, 1989 at the Sioux Gateway Airport in Sioux City, Iowa.
                  Focuses on emergency response efforts and disaster management. 1999.

708            American Tongues: a film about the way we talk [56 min.]
                  A documentary about the way people talk in the United States. Portrays some of the regional, social,
                  and ethnic differences in American speech, and the attitudes that people have about these
                  differences. Intended to educate viewers about the nature of dialects, but it also challenges them to
                  confront their own attitudes about language variation. By Andrew Kolker and Louis Alvarez ;
                  narrated by Trey Wilson. Hohokus, NJ : Center for New American Media, c1986. [Subjects:
                  English language dialects; Dialects—public opinion; Americanisms; Ethnic groups]

 651          Aristophanes' Lysistrata             [97 min.]
                  Lysistrata is Athenian woman disgusted by way men have ruined country with their endless wars.
                  Rallying other women, she proposes they impose an embargo on sexual relations as long as the
                  war lasts. This "sex strike" … finally brings men to their knees. [Greek drama (Comedy); Greece,
                  History, Peloponnesian War, 431-404 BC, Drama] [Modern Greek dialog with English subtitles – for
                  mature audiences] 1987.


 643          Assessment         [22 min.] (from National Institute on Drug Abuse videotape series)
                  Discusses the advantages of assessing patients of drug treatment. 1994.

DVD 002       Bowling for Columbine [2 videodiscs, 119 min.]                         ‖The United States of America
                  is notorious for its astronomical number of people killed by firearms for a developed nation
                  without a civil war. With his signature sense of angry humor, activist filmmaker Michael Moore
                  sets out to explore the roots of this bloodshed.‖ Special features. United Artists and Alliance
                  Atlantis, 2003.

DVD 019       Colonial House [2 videodiscs, 480 minutes]
                  Contemporary Americans and Britons spend five months on an isolated stretch of the Maine
                  coast recreating the life of American colonists in the year 1628. The modern colonists struggle to
                  create a functioning and profitable colony using only the tools and technology of that era.
                  Extensive research went into recreating this 17th-century environment in which the colonists
                  negotiate personal and communal challenges as they deal with the demoralizing weather, rustic
                  living conditions, and backbreaking labor. Among the points of dissension that arise in the
                  colony are: the rigid class and gender roles, mandatory religious observance, and the puritanical
                  civil law of the era, particularly those pertaining to profanity. Disc 1: A new world; Harsh reality;
                  City of God; The outsiders; Disc 2: Regime change; The shake up; The reckoning; Judgment
                  day. Special features include: The making of Colonial house; auditions for Colonial house; more
                  diaries. PBS, 2004.


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 641          Color communicates              [20 min.]
                   Describes how we are surrounded by color which produces effects on us emotionally
                   as well as visually. Describes how manufacturers can use their research on color to
                   increase the sale of their products. 1992.
 642          Color in everyday life [25 min.]
                   Introduction to the psychology and language of color. Illustrates how color influences actions,
                   feelings, and decisions, and is useful for interior design, wardrobe planning, and aesthetic
                   awareness. 1992.

 727           The Color of Fear [90 min.]
                   Examines the pain and anguish that racism has caused in the lives of North American men of
                   Asian, European, Latin and African descent. Out of their confrontations and struggles to
                   understand and trust each other emerges an emotional and insightful portrayal into the type of
                   dialogue most of us fear, but hope will happen sometime in our lifetime. Produced and directed
                   by Lee Mun Wah. [Berkeley, CA] : Stir-Fry Productions, c1994. [Racism; Prejudices; Race
                   discrimination; Ethnic groups]

726            (Walking each other home): The color of fear II [55 min.]
                   A continuation of the Color of Fear about eight North American men of different races who talk
                   together about how racism affects them. Produced and directed by Lee Mun Wah. Oakland,
                   CA: Stir-Fry Productions, 1997. [Subjects: Racism; Racism—United States—Psychological
                   aspects; Prejudices—United States; Race discrimination—United States--Prevention]


                  Diagnosis according to the DSM-IV
                   Demonstrates how to collect information needed to make diagnosis & how to                         Series discussion
                   organize information to distinguish one disorder from another. 1994.                              guide
 528-1        Diagnosis according to the DSM-IV [Tape 1] [69 min.]
                   [Tape 1: Major depressive disorder; Bipolar I disorder; Male sexual dysfunctions]
 528-2        Diagnosis according to the DSM-IV [Tape 2] [68 min.]
                   [Tape 2: Panic disorder; Obsessive compulsive disorder; Schizophrenia; Amnesia disorder]
 528-3        Diagnosis according to the DSM-IV [Tape 3] [58 min.]
                   [Tape 3: Antisocial personality disorder; Substance dependence (alcohol); Anorexia nervosa]


                Discovering Psychology, WGBH Boston in association with APA
                   [30 min. each program] Series Integrates a historical and cutting-edge perspective of the
                   field of psychology with host Philip Zimbardo. New developments are measured against
                   historical breakthroughs, and theories are tested by the recent findings of leading
                   researchers. 1989.
 405:1-2      Past, present, and promise (1); Understanding research (2)
 405:3-4      Behaving brain (3); Responsive brain (4)
 405:5-/6     Developing child (5); Language development (6)
 405:9-10     Remembering and forgetting (9); Cognitive processing (10)
 405:13-14    Mind awake and asleep (13); Mind hidden and divided (14)
 405:17-18    Sex and gender (17); Maturing and aging (18)

                Discovering Psychology, WGBH Boston in association with APA
                   [30 min. each program] Series Integrates a historical and cutting-edge perspective of the field
                   of psychology with host Philip Zimbardo. New developments are measured against historical
                   breakthroughs, and theories are tested by the recent findings of leading researchers. 1989.
 738:1-4      Past, present, and promise; Understanding research; The behaving brain; The responsive brain
 738:5-8      The developing child; Language development; Sensation and perception; Learning
 738:9-12     Remembering & forgetting; Cognitive processes; Judgment & decision making; Motivation & emotion
 738:13-16    The mind awake and asleep; The mind hidden and divided; The self; Testing and intelligence
 738:17-20    Sex and gender; Maturing and aging; The power of the situation; Constructing social reality
 738:21-24    Psychopathology; Psychotherapy; Health, mind and behavior; In space, toward peace
 738:25-26    A union of opposites; New directions




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                Discovering Psychology, WGBH Boston in association with APA
                  [30 min. each program] Updated edition highlights major new developments in the field,
                  offering an overview of classic and current theories of human behavior. Leading
                  researchers, practitioners, and theorists probe the mysteries of the mind and body. Based
                  on extensive investigation and superior scholarship, this introductory course in psychology
                  features demonstrations, classic experiments and simulations, current research
                  documentary footage, and computer animation. Host Philip Zimbardo. 2001.
 808:1-/2     Past, present, and promise (1); Understanding research (2)
 808:3-4      Behaving brain (3); Responsive brain (4)
 808:5-6      Developing child (5); Language development (6)
 808:7-8      Sensation and perception (7); Learning (8)
 808:9-10     Remembering and forgetting (9); Cognitive processes (10)
 808:13-14    Mind: awake and asleep (13); Mind: hidden and divided (14)

 808:15-16    Self (15); Testing and intelligence (16)
 808:17-18    Sex and gender (17); Maturing and aging (18)
 808:19-20    The power of the situation (19); Constructing social reality (20)
 808:21-22    Psychopathology (21); Psychotherapy (22)
 808:23-24    Health, mind and behavior (23); Applying psychology in life (24)
 808:25-26    Cognitive neuroscience (25); Cultural psychology (26)

 629          Do right II [23 min.]
                  Focuses on the importance of teamwork, the cornerstone of every individual and organizational
                  success (achievement motivation). 1991.

 605          Dreams of equality [28 min.]
                  Program presents a dramatization of the beginnings of the women's rights movement in nineteenth
                  century United States. 199-.

 868          Equal rights amendment: Unfinished business for the Constitution. [18 min.]
                  Traces the 75-year struggle to add the ERA to the U.S. Constitution. After Amendment 19 gave
                  women the right to vote in 1920, suffragist leader Alice Paul wrote the ERA in 1923 as the next
                  step toward women‘s equality. Congress passed the ERA in 1972 and it was ratified by 35 of the
                  necessary 38 states, but political opposition stopped ratification before the 1982 deadline. Portrays
                  the ERA as a legacy from the equality fighters of the past: Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott,
                  Frederick Douglass, Susan B. Anthony, Sojourner Truth, Alice Paul and her National Woman‘s
                  Party colleagues, and others. Educational Film Center. 1998.
 634          Everybody rides the carousel               [72 min.]
                  Presents in animation the eight stages of life in the phases of personality development described
                  by psychologist Erik H. Erikson. Includes a variety of open-ended situations. 1975.

 837          Financial markets [12 min.]
                  Insight Media video gives overview of financial markets and investments. 2000.

912           Freud: The Hidden Nature of Man [29 min.]
                  Dramatizes Freud's background, his personal struggles, and his revolutionary theories; the
                  power of the unconscious, the Oedipus complex, dream analysis, and the human personality
                  composed of ego, superego and id. Written by Ian MacNeill. Montreal Learning Corp. of
                  America, 1970.

758           Growing up gay & lesbian [57 min.] Motivational Media, 1993.
                  Presents a compelling look at the challenges of growing up gay in a heterosexual world.
                  Author/lecturer, Brian McNaught. KBDI-TV production. [Subjects: Homosexuality; Gays—
                  Identity; Lesbians—Identity]


 606          Guts, gumption and go-ahead: Annie Mae Hunt remembers [24 min.]                                         Discussion Guide
                  Documentary dramatization of the life of Annie Mae Hunt in her own words accompanied
                  by archival footage (Hunt, Annie Mae 1909-Texan, Afro-American woman). 1992.




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 800          Hedwig and the angry inch [91 min.]
                  Based on the smash hit New York show, this is a high-energy rock musical in the tradition of
                  The Rocky Horror Picture Show. This is the story of Hedwig, an ambitious glam-rocker who
                  comes to America determined to find fame, fortune, and his ―other half.‖ New Line Home
                  Entertainment, 2000.

760           How beliefs and values define a culture [24 min.]
                  From series, How to study cultures, helps the student learn how to study and analyze any
                  culture. 1997.

753           Imagery procedures for people with special needs: Breaking the barriers                                       Study Guide
                [33 min.]
                  Demonstrates how imagery therapy can help modify behavior by using such
                  psychotherapies as positive reinforcement, modeling, and self-control triad. Champaign,
                  IL: Research Press Co., 1991. [Subjects: Relaxation; Relaxation—Study and teaching;
                  Physical education for children with disabilities; Neuromuscular diseases in children]

 881          Improving Your Counseling Skills with Dr. William Glasser. [3 videocassettes, 80 min.]
                   [v.1] 30 techniques to enhance your counseling skills, part #1 (32 min.) -- [v.2] 30 techniques to
                   enhance your counseling skills, part #2 (22 min.) -- [v.3] Counseling : helping people help themselves
                   (27 min.). Dr. William Glasser approaches the subject of the reality theory approach to counseling.
                   He uses role playing scenarios to teach others how to handle student problems. In [v.3] the approach
                   of helping clients make the right decisions to make changes in their lives is discussed.
 645          Interviewing skills: A step-by-step microcounseling model                             [51 min.]                Guide
                  Teaches basic interviewing skills for social workers, clinical psychologists, psychiatric
                  nurses, pastors, counselors, and others in the helping professions. 1992.
 646          Interviewing in action: Process and practice [120 min.]
                  Provides numerous short clips in which real-life clinicians from a variety of disciplines
                  demonstrate specific clinical skills with immediacy and realism. 1998.

910 v1        Investigative Reports: Child Sex Trade [50 min.]
                  Looks at underage boys and girls who have become prostitutes through interviews with three
                  child prostitutes from Calgary, Canada. A&E Television Networks, 1997.
910 v2        Investigative Reports: Border Patrol, America’s Gatekeepers [50 min.]
                  A look at the challenging and dangerous work of the United States Border Patrol. A&E
                  Television Networks, 2001.
910 v3        Investigative Reports: Death penalty on trial [100 min.]
                  Capital punishment—law and legislation, political aspects, cases. A&E Television Networks,
                  2001.
910 v4        Investigative Reports: Supersize Generation: Kids and Obesity [46 min.]
                  This video looks at the many factors contributing to obesity in children. We live in a food-
                  saturated environment, and lifestyle changes like eating out, urban sprawl and families with two
                  working parents are key contributors. Listen to officials from the CDC, the Center for Science in
                  the Public Interest and the former secretary of agriculture for a top-down look at this problem,
                  while overweight kids and their parents offer a more personal view. A&E Television Networks,
                  2001.
910 v5        Investigative Reports: Criminal Evidence [91 min.]
                  Examines the work of forensic anthropologist Kathy Reich. She investigates the 1973 murder of
                  a night club bouncer and mass graves in Guatemala. A&E Television Networks, 2001.
910 v6        Inside Story: Scene of the Crime [50 min.]
                  We follow the Baltimore Crime Lab personnel as they perform their grisly task of collecting all
                  manner of evidence from every crime scene in Baltimore. They are skilled in photographing,
                  detecting fingerprints, sketching and gathering physical evidence. A&E Television Networks, 1998.

DVD 018       Iron jawed angels. [123 min.]
                  Alice Paul and Lucy Burns were two defiant suffragist women who fought for the passage of the 19 th
                  Amendment. The two activists broke from the mainstream women‘s rights movement and created a
                  more radical wing, daring to push the boundaries to secure women‘s voting rights in 1920. In a country
                  dominated by chauvinism, this is no easy fight. Along the way, sacrifices are made: Alice gives up a
                  chance for love, and colleague Inez Mulholland gives up her life. [Hilary Swank, Frances O‘Connor,
                  Julia Ormond, …] HBO Films, Spring Creek production, 2004.




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DVD 035        Judgment at Nuremberg [1 videodisc, 186 min.]
                   American judge Daniel Haywood presides over the trial of four German jurists accused of ‗legalizing‖ Nazi
                   atrocities. But as graphic accounts of sterilization and murder unfold in the courtroom, mounting political
                   pressure for leniency forces Haywood into making the most harrowing and difficult decision of his career.
                   Special features: tribute to Stanley Kramer; ―In conversation‖—Maximilian Schell and Abbey Mann; ―The
                   value of a single human being‖ featurette; photo gallery. (Actors: Spencer Tracy, Burt Lancaster, Richard
                   Widmark, Marlene Dietrich, Maximilian Schell, Judy Garland, Montgomery Clift, Ed Binns, Werner
                   Klemperer) MGM Home Entertainment, 2004/1961.

 464           Living with grief: Children mourning, mourning children
                   [Condensed version – 70 min.] Noted experts in field of children & grief (panelists: Paul
                   Alexander, Ronald K. Barrett, Charles A. Corr, Earl A. Grollman, Catherine M. Sanders) speak
                   about how children think about death & how children experience grief in different developmental
                   stages. 3/30/96.
 465           Living with grief: Children mourning, mourning children [full version - 150 min.]
 466           Living with grief after sudden loss [156 min.]
                   Will assist those who come in contact with the suddenly bereaved in identifying ways that sudden
                   loss complicates the grieving process, will discuss appropriate short and long-term interventions
                   that can assist survivors of sudden loss, … 4/17/96.
 467           Living with grief after sudden loss [same as above]
 558           Living with grief: When illness is prolonged [full version – 150 min.]
                   Four segments: 1) The nature of grief, 2) The faces of grief, 3) Strategies for intervention, and 4) Caring
                   for the caregiver. Panel: Betty Davies, Kenneth J. Doka, William Lamers, Jr., Therese A. Rando. 1997.
 558 condensed Living with grief: When illness is prolonged [condensed version – 70]
 559 (3 copies) Living with grief: Personally and professionally: A national bereavement teleconference                     [56 min.]
                   Describes the grieving process, ways in which grief can be resolved, & methods to deal with one's
                   grief. Discusses anticipatory grief & gives examples of grief manifestation at the time of death and
                   during ritual period. Range of resources for caregivers. 1995.

 DVD 93         Long Search [5 videodiscs, 11 hours 16 min.]
                   Describes the basic beliefs and practices of major world religions. BBC, 1977 [2001].
                   [Disc 1]: v. 1. Protestant spirit USA -- v. 2. Hinduism : 330 million Gods -- [Disc 2]: v. 3. Buddhism
                   : Footprint of the Buddha -- 4. Catholicism : Rome, Leeds and the desert -- [Disc 3]: v. 5. Islam :
                   There is no God but God -- v. 6. Orthodox Christianity : The Romanian solution -- v. 7. Judaism :
                   The chosen people -- [Disc 4]: v. 8. Religion in Indonesia : The way of the ancestors -- v. 9.
                   Buddhism : The land of the disappearing Buddha -- v. 10. African religions : Zulu Zion -- [Disc 5]:
                   v. 11. Taoism : A question of balance -- v. 12. Alternative lifestyles in California : West meets East
                   -- v. 13. Reflections on the long search.

 DVD 66         Mood disorders: Depressive disorders [2 videodiscs, 58 min.]
                   Concept Media, Irvine, CA, 2007.

750             My sister’s keeper          [109 min.]
                   Hallmark Hall of Fame production based on the book by Margaret Moorman. Christine, a woman
                   with schizophrenia, longs for independence but must rely on others for support. When their
                   mother dies, her sister Judy becomes responsible for Christine‘s care. (May include documentary:
                   The making of My Sister’s Keeper, which has interviews with author Margaret Moorman, the
                   director, and actors.) 2002. [Subjects: Schizophrenics; Sisters]


                NCHC/Phi Theta Kappa Honors Satellite Seminar Series. 2004.
 931            Creating and Marketing Youth: Youth Culture in 20th Century America. Dr.
                  Tricia Rose. October 12, 2004.

 932            The Empire of Images: Growing Up Male and Female in a World Dominated
                  by Popular Culture. Dr. Susan Bordo. October 26, 2004.

 933            Courting Disaster? Changing Values about Love, Sex, and Marriage. Prof.
                  Stephanie Coontz. November 9, 2004.


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 934           (Mis)understanding History: Shaping Modern Myth and Popular Values. Dr.
                 Robert McElvaine. September 28, 2004.

 935           Sports in Popular Culture: Are We Winning or Losing? Dr. Richard Lapchick.
                 November 16, 2004.
731           Obedience [45 min.]
                  Presents an experiment conducted during 1962 at Yale University on obedience to authority.
                  Describes both obedient and defiant reactions of subjects who are instructed to administer
                  electric shocks of increasing severity to another person. (Stanley Milgram) University Park, PA:
                  Pennsylvania State University, 1969. [Subjects: Obedience, Authority]

 801          Our house: A very real documentary about kids of gay and lesbian parents
                [57 min.]
                  Interviews with five families from New York, Arkansas, Arizona, and New Jersey describing
                  their experiences of living in households led by gay and lesbian parents. Cinema Guild, 1999.


               Personality disorders Concept Media, 2001.
                  Explores the Cluster B, the ―dramatic, emotional, or erratic,‖ personality disorders. Examines
                  each of these in depth, looking at their development, prevalence, symptoms, impact and
                  treatment. Uses dramatic vignettes and interviews with professionals and educators in the
                  field to provide a basic understanding of these disorders and how they present challenges in
                  the home, workplace, and treatment environments. Concept Media, 2001.


 802          Personality disorders: causes, assessment, and treatment [29 min.]
 803          Personality disorders: paranoid, schizoid, and schizotypal [28 min.]
 804          Personality disorders: antisocial, borderline, histrionic, and narcissistic [38 min.]
 805          Personality disorders: avoidant, dependent, and obsessive-compulsive [29 min.]

               Psychology, the study of human behavior [30 min. each]
                  An introductory course in psychology which introduces the basic content of psychology: the
                  facts, theories, perspectives, and terminology. 1990.
 406-1        What is psychology?
 406-2        Research methods
 406-3        Biology of behavior
 406-4        Brain mind connection
 406-5        Sleeping and dreaming
 406-6        Sensation and perception
 406-7        Learning
 406-8        Memory
 406-9        Decision making and problem solving
 406-10       Language
 406-11       Emotion
 406-12       Motivation
                  Program explains what motivates people and provides dramatic examples.
 406-13       Gender and relationships
 406-14       Personality
                  Examines various theories about personality types. Presents leading schools of personality
                  theory, including psychoanalytic, social-learning, humanistic, and behavioral. Reviews
                  contributions of Freud, Horney, Adler, and Jung to the development of . . .
 406-15       Intelligence
 406-16       Cognitive development
                  Focuses on the intellectual development of infants and children. Discusses
                  Piaget's theories of cognitive development.
 406-17       Adolescent development
 406-18       Adult development

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 406-19       Health, stress and coping
                  Focuses on stress and how it affects our daily lives. Examines the link between stress and disease.
 406-20       What is normal?
 406-21       Abnormal behavior
 406-22       Approaches to therapy
 406-23       Therapy Choices
 406-24       Social psychology
 406-25       Conformity
 406-26       Issues in psychology

 757           A Question of Race [2 videocassettes] Discovery Channel School, 2001.                                         Guides
                   Part 1: A Question of Race [51 min.] Become a part of the debate questioning whether race is
                   an accurate biological identification or a subcategory made up by humans to separate us.
                   Part 2: How Biased Are You? [26 min.] Discover how common bias is as hidden cameras
                   follow real-life adults as they interact with people of different races. [Subjects: Race relations;
                   Racism; Racial discrimination; Stereotype (Psychology)]
754            Relaxation techniques for people with special needs: Breaking the barriers                                   Study Guide
                 [23 min.]
                   Demonstrates how to use special relaxation training procedures to help children and
                   adolescents who have developmental disabilities. Champaign, IL: Research Press Co., 1989.
                   [Subjects: Relaxation; Relaxation—Study and teaching; Physical education for children with
                   disabilities; Neuromuscular diseases in children]

 806          Religions around the world               [48 min.]
                   Throughout the world mankind is joined, but sometimes divided, by the depth and passion
                   of his religious devotion. This film investigates the fascinating range of major religions, from
                   all over the globe and explores their differences and similarities.


 650          Research methods for the social sciences                     [33 min.]
                 Describes the research methods used in the social sciences and the steps used to apply the
                 scientific method. Ethical research methods are also discussed. 1996.

DVD 86        (The) self-made man             [64 min.]
                  Bob Stern, 77, discovers he is seriously ill, possibly dying. Thinking of an in-law on life-support,
                  Bob decides to take his own life to avoid that end. His family tries to stop him. Bob sets up a video
                  camera and tapes his arguments for suicide. Daughter Susan Stern tells the story of her father's
                  interesting life and talks about difficult end-of-life choices. New Day Films, 2005.
 939          Sex: Unknown            [60 min.]
                  Explores gender identity with contributions of psychologists and researchers, and through personal
                  insights from the Reimer family, including candid, heartrending interviews with Janet Reimer and her
                  son, who ultimately rejected his female identity and is now living as a man. WGBH Video, 2001.

 470           Shadow of hate          [40 min.]                                                            (30 copies) Readings Booklet
                  A documentary that examines 3 centuries of American history to understand America's history
                  of intolerance. (Teaching Tolerance is an educational project of the Southern Poverty Law
                  Center focused primarily at combating prejudice in school children.) 1995.


               [ABC News/Prentice Hall Video Library]
 614          Sociology, Volume VII [50 min.]
                  Topics: Philadelphia story, black racism, race & crime, end of welfare, managed care
                  system & mental health care. 1998.
 621          Sociology, Volume VI [40 min.]
                  1. Public Housing restrictions curb crime – 2. Managing family time – 3. Church
                  targets racial issues – 4. Dealing with juvenile offenders – 5. Young criminals, adult
                  punishment – 6. Medical Advertising – 7. Good Economics or Good Politics? 1996.
 622          Sociology series II: Volume III [66 min.]
                  1. More homeless & hungry face colder hearts -- 2. Child labor abuse in US -- 3.
                  Female gangs -- 4. Alcoholism -- 5. Excess of the rich & famous -- 6. America's infant
                  mortality crisis -- 7. Question of freedom of speech in ban of racist remarks – 8.
                  Shopping in the USSR. 1992.



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 623          Sociology series II: Volume IV [66 min.]
                  1. The family: old perceptions, new realities -- 2. SATs: are they valid? -- 3. Canadian
                  school system sets example for US. 1992.



 624          Sociology series II: Volume V [78 min.]
                  1. Passive smoking controversy --2. Physician-assisted suicide in terminally ill patients
                  –3. Welcome to Hell – 4. Crisis in health care costs –5. Health show special on drugs -
                  -6. Environmentalism effects buying habits. 1992.

 649          Sociological thinking and research [only have vol.3 of The sociological
                 imagination series] 1991. [30 min.]
 611          Speeches of Martin Luther King [60 min.]
                  Presents a collection of Martin Luther King's major speeches and minor asides, tracing the
                  development of his oratorical style (1955-1968). 1990.

728            Stolen ground [44 min.]
                  A human face is put on the lingering effects of racism and a rare view of Asian-American men
                  directly and openly addressing racism‘s impacts is given when 6 Asian-American men meet over
                  dinner and share their experiences and perspectives of racism and what it has taken from their
                  generation. During dinner, and in their reflections afterwards, a self-seen portrait of the so-called
                  ―model minority‘s‖ pain, anger, and anguish is revealed. Produced and directed by Lee Mun
                  Wah and Lindsey Jang. Oakland, CA: Stir-Fry Productions, 1998. [Subjects: Asian
                  Americans—Attitudes; Men—United States—Attitudes; Racism—United States—Public opinion;
                  Public opinion—United States]

751            [Suicide] Light amongst the shadows: How to help those you care for when suicide
                 Booklet occurs. [23 min.]
                  Discusses why suicide is difficult to talk about and teaches how to help and what to say and do
                  when a suicide occurs. Orleans, MA: Paraclete Video Productions, 2000. [Subjects: Suicide—
                  psychology—Personal narratives; Bereavement—Personal narratives; Family—psychology—
                  Personal narratives; Suicide—Psychological aspects]


752            [Suicide] Journey through the shadows: Hope for healing after someone you love
                 Booklet has committed suicide [35 min.]
                  Program offers ways to help survive your grief after someone you love has committed
                  suicide and shows you that you are not alone and that you can make it through this life-
                  changing experience. Orleans, MA: Paraclete Video Productions, 2000. [Subjects:
                  Suicide—psychology—Personal narratives; Bereavement—Personal narratives; Family—
                  psychology—Personal narratives; Suicide—Psychological aspects]

DVD 015       Super size me [100 min.]
                  Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock embarks on a journey to find out if fast food is making Americans fat.
                  For 30 days he can‘t eat or drink anything that isn‘t on McDonald‘s menu; he must eat three square
                  meals a day, he must eat everything on the menu at least once and supersize his meal if asked.
                  He treks across the country interviewing a host of experts on fast food and a number of regular folk
                  while downing McDonald‘s to try and find out why 37% of Americans are now overweight.
                  Spurlock‘s grueling diet spirals him into a metamorphosis that will make you think twice about
                  picking up another Big Mac. Sundance Film Festival, 2004.

833            [The] 22nd floor [24 min.]
                  ―The saying that ‗you can‘t judge a book by its cover‘ is brought to life when a man and a women
                  are trapped on an elevator in an office building over a weekend. The ending has a surprising
                  twist that is quite a shock.‖ Carousel Film, New York, 1993.

730            Voices: Preparing counselors to serve diverse students                         [35 min.]                       Guide
                  Discusses how people develop self images and beliefs about others, and how they can learn to
                  relate to people of other cultures. Fort Collins, CO: Colorado State University, 1991. [Subjects:
                  Self-perception, Intercultural communication; Cross-cultural counseling]

 869          Votes for women [20 min.]
                  Celebrates the 72 year struggle for the right to vote, with archival photographs, stock footage,
                  and live action set to narration, music from the Suffrage Movement, and Kay Weaver‘s classic
                  anthem, One fine day. Kay Weaver and Martha Wheelock. 1996.


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 836          We the People … The U.S. Constitution and You                          [24 min.]
                  Representative Mike Pence (IN-2), sponsored by Ball State University, explains the principles
                  of the Constitution and how it affects the lives of Americans.


648           What do social workers do?               [22 min.]
                  Charles Kuralt talks to his father, who was a social worker, and to other social workers about
                  what they do. 1991.


 820          When two won’t do, by Maureen Marovitch. [90 min.]
                  Documentary-style production examining the concepts of open relationships and commitment
                  to one partner. Galafilm, 2001.

 810           World of the goddess (Mystic Fire Video) [103 min.]
                  Marija Gimbutas discusses culture, religious beliefs, symbolism and mythology of Old Europe
                  pertaining to goddesses of life, death, and regeneration. Following her lecture are questions
                  from audience. 1993.




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                                  Public & Social Services: CRIMINAL JUSTICE
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                  Legal Research for the 21st Century: (Series with Professor Bob Berring)
                        ―…an essential series for anyone involved with legal research. Professor Berring covers the basics for
                        students and beginners as well as advanced strategies for seasoned legal researchers. These videos are
                        not mere lectures. They visually take you inside the actual paper and cyberspace research sources while
                        Berring provides his expert guidance.‖ St. Paul, MN: West, 2000. [Subject: Legal research]
701-1              The Basics [71 min.]
                      Designed for law students, paralegals, new attorneys or anyone else who is coming to legal research with
                      little experience. Berring explains legal materials most frequently encountered by newcomers. He also
                      provides a framework essential for understanding legal research and closes with a careful consideration of
                      what cases are and how they work.
701-2              Case Finding and the Future of Cases [63 min.]
                      Covers case finding both in paper and in cyberspace. Various methods for finding cases are explored, as
                      are the best tricks for saving time. Links between old printed digests and the new online systems of
                      WESTLAW and LEXIS are explored. Closes with discussion of future of case publication and case finding.
701-3              Citators and Secondary Source Research [76 min.]
                      Covers citators and secondary sources. Breaks down citators into their functional parts and shows how
                      they work in all forms. KeyCite and Shepards are each explored, then secondary sources, both traditional
                      and new, are treated, showing how they can provide the context for efficient research.
701-4              Statutes, Legislative History and Administrative Materials [72 min.]
                      Bread and butter explanation of statutes, legislative history and administrative materials. Uses visual
                      patterns to make this material comprehensible. Use of ―context‖ sources is designed to demystify the
                      important, but sometimes difficult research of legislative history.
701-5              Legal Research on the Internet and Research Strategies [64 min.]
                      Explores both the content and methods of sophisticated Internet Research. Looking for patterns and
                      exploring current sources, he attempts to bring order to chaos of cyberspace. Second part contains vital
                      tips for how to be an effective legal researcher.

                  Legal Research for the 21st Century: Advanced Research (Series with Professor
                      Bob Berring) St. Paul, MN: West, 2001. [Subject: Legal research, and following subjects]
746                Environmental Law [57 min.]
                      Sources of environmental law organize themselves around some basic concepts. Professor Berring
                      presents a model for thinking about the subject and provides both paper and electronic routes to follow in
                      your environmental law research.
747                Foreign Law [43 min.]
                      This tape explores the nature of foreign law and the sources for finding it. From the oldest paper sets to the
                      new web-based tools, the entire panoply of sources is considered. Internet research expert, Marci Hoffman
                      of Georgetown Law Library, joins Mr. Berring to share her insights.
748                Intellectual Property Law [59 min.]
                      Berring sorts out the features of intellectual property law as a concept and explores sources for successfully
                      researching it. Both paper and Internet research are covered.
749                International Law [46 min.]
                      Provides solid basics for finding sources of international law. Both paper and Internet sources are covered,
                      with a special focus on the new sources emerging on the Internet. Joining Mr. Berring is Marci Hoffman of
                      the Georgetown Law Library.


                  Ethics in America [11 videocassettes, 60 min. each]
                   Series examines a wide range of ethical positions and allows the viewer to look at his/her own ethical
                   standards. Columbia University Seminars on Media & Society in association with WNET/New York (PBS
                   television series). Santa Barbara, CA: Annenberg/CPB Project, 1988.
 755-1           Do Unto Others (Panelists discuss the question of community responsibility.)
 755-2           To Defend a Killer (Ethical dilemmas of the criminal justice system are explored.)
 755-3           Public Trust, Private Interests (Looks at trust within the government, between one
                    public official and another, and between the government and the public.)
 755-4           Does Doctor Know Best? (Controversies created by modern medicine are discussed.)
 755-5           Anatomy of a Corporate Takeover (Top CEOs debate an alarming array of ethical
                    problems surrounding merger mania.)
 755-6           Under Orders, Under Fire (Part I)               (The duty to follow orders and a commander‘s
                    obligation to protect soldiers are discussed by top military personnel and news
                    correspondents.)
 755-7           Under Orders, Under Fire (Part II)                  (Generals and others examine the clash between
                    military tribunals and the right of confidentiality.)



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755-8          Truth on Trial (The ethical dilemmas of civil litigation are the focus.)
755-9          The Human Experiment (Whether or not humans should be used as test subjects in the
                 medical research field is debated.)
 755-10        Politics, Privacy and the Press (Panelists on both sides of the issue discuss what part
                  of a public official‘s life should be exempt from public scrutiny.)


910 v1        Investigative Reports: Child Sex Trade [50 min.]
                  Looks at underage boys and girls who have become prostitutes through interviews with three
                  child prostitutes from Calgary, Canada. A&E Television Networks, 1997.
910 v2        Investigative Reports: Border Patrol, America’s Gatekeepers [50 min.]
                  A look at the challenging and dangerous work of the United States Border Patrol. A&E
                  Television Networks, 2001.
910 v3        Investigative Reports: Death penalty on trial [100 min.]
                  Capital punishment—law and legislation, political aspects, cases. A&E Television Networks,
                  2001.
910 v4        Investigative Reports: Supersize Generation: Kids and Obesity [46 min.]
                  This video looks at the many factors contributing to obesity in children. We live in a food-
                  saturated environment, and lifestyle changes like eating out, urban sprawl and families with two
                  working parents are key contributors. Listen to officials from the CDC, the Center for Science in
                  the Public Interest and the former secretary of agriculture for a top-down look at this problem,
                  while overweight kids and their parents offer a more personal view. A&E Television Networks,
                  2001.
910 v5        Investigative Reports: Criminal Evidence [91 min.]
                  Examines the work of forensic anthropologist Kathy Reich. She investigates the 1973 murder
                  of a night club bouncer and mass graves in Guatemala. A&E Television Networks, 2001.
910 v6        Inside Story: Scene of the Crime [50 min.]
                  We follow the Baltimore Crime Lab personnel as they perform their grisly task of collecting all
                  manner of evidence from every crime scene in Baltimore. They are skilled in photographing,
                  detecting fingerprints, sketching and gathering physical evidence. A&E Television Networks,
                  1998.
After the series above, the following titles are alphabetized:

VHS 911       American Justice: The Andrea Yates story [50 min.]
                  Bill Kurtis examines the harrowing story of the Texas mother who killed her five children. The
                  Andrea Yates story reports that Andrea‘s attorneys entered a plea of not guilty by reason of
                  insanity. A & E Television Networks, 2003.

DVD 020       The Best of American Justice [4 videodiscs, 300 minutes]
                  Get an up-close look at some of the most famous crimes of the 20th century and how they have
                  affected the justice system in this special set featuring some of the most popular episodes from this
                  long-running series. Revealing interviews, rare footage and period accounts bring these chilling
                  stories to life. Disc 1: Al Capone; Lindberg baby kidnapping; Lucky Luciano; Disc 2: Boston strangler;
                  Jonestown massacre; Son of Sam; Disc 3: Hillside stranglers; John Dillinger; Manson Family murder
                  parts 1 & 2; Disc 4: Dr. Samuel Sheppard; Gary Gilmore; John Wayne Gacy; Ted Bundy. Host Bill
                  Kurtis. A&E Home Video, 2002.

DVD 025       The best of the big house [6 videodiscs, 600 minutes]
                  A journey inside the most notorious prisons in America. Interviews from former inmates, guards,
                  wardens and other insiders offer an unvarnished dlook at what life is like behind bars, while
                  journalists and historians detail the stories that have become part of prison lore, including the
                  ―Escape from Alcatraz‖ and the presidential bid that was from inside the walls of Atlanta Federal
                  Prison. Disc 1: Alcatraz; Sing Sing Disc 2: Eastern State Penitentiary; Leavenworth Disc 3: Atlanta
                  Federal; San Quentin Disc 4: Folsom; Alerson Federal Women‘s Penitentiary Disc 5: Attica Prison;
                  McNeil Island Disc 6: Angola; East Jersey State. Narrated by Paul Sorvino. History Channel. A&E
                  Home Video, 2004.

VHS 879       Court TV: The O.J. Simpson trial. [60 min.]
                  The televised trial of O.J. Simpson for the murders of his former wife Nicole Simpson and her friend Ronald
                  Goldman on June 12, 1994. ―A riveting look at a case that fascinates and haunted all of America … Explores
                  the intricate workings of the judicial system.‖—Container. WarnerVision, 1995.

DVD 024       Juvenile justice [1 videodisc, 100 minutes]
                  One of the most disturbing modern trends is the soaring number of children who commit serious
                  crimes.Looks at why kids are committing so many crimes, what can be done to prevent them, and
                  how the young perpetrators should be punished. Host Bill Kurtis. A&E Home Video, 1994/2002.



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DVD 022       The mental health dilemma [1 videodisc, 50 minutes]
                  The stories of mentally ill felons released to the streets illustrate the explosive intersection of
                  psychiatry and the law. NY Justice talks to polic officers who find themselves routinely arresting
                  individuals who are clearly incapacitated. They are both frustrated with the system which seems to be
                  unable to deal with their special needs. If the mentally ill would get more treatment and structure in
                  their lives, they would probably not be involved with the criminal justice system. Host Bill Kurtis. A&E
                  Home Video, 2002.

DVD 023       Punishment [1 videodisc, 100 minutes]
                  Look at the methods mankind has developed to exact retribution on those who violate the strictures of
                  society. It is a story peppered with cruelty, anger and madness, a veritable tour of the dark side of the
                  human psyche. In the name of creating more humane societies, we have come up with some of the
                  most unimaginable devices and practices ever conceived …. History Channel. Narrator, Keith
                  David. A&E Home Video, 2004.

DVD 021       Serial killers: profiling of the criminal mind [2 videodiscs, 200 minutes]
                  An electrifying journey into the unexplored territory of our culture‘s dark side, and get an up-close and
                  powerfully personal perspective on some of the most savage serial killers in the history of law
                  enforcement. Disc 1: The criminal profiler; Jeffery Dahmer Disc 2: John Wayne Gacy; Charles
                  Manson. Host Bill Kurtis. A&E Home Video, 2000.


VHS 917       True Crime Authors: Helter Skelter with Vincent Bugliosi [50 min.]
                  Vincent Bugliosi wrote the book and was also the attorney who prosecuted Charles Manson
                  and his family for their murderous spree. Bugliosi revisits the murders and 41-week trial.
                  History Channel, A&E Television Networks, 2002.




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                                                 Public & Social Services: PARALEGAL
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                   Legal Research for the 21st Century: (Series with Professor Bob Berring)
                        ―…an essential series for anyone involved with legal research. Professor Berring covers the
                        basics for students and beginners as well as advanced strategies for seasoned legal
                        researchers. These videos are not mere lectures. They visually take you inside the actual
                        paper and cyberspace research sources while Berring provides his expert guidance.‖ St. Paul,
                        MN: West, 2000. [Subject: Legal research]
701-1               The Basics [71 min.]
                        Designed for law students, paralegals, new attorneys or anyone else who is coming to legal
                        research with little experience. Berring explains legal materials most frequently encountered
                        by newcomers. He also provides a framework essential for understanding legal research and
                        closes with a careful consideration of what cases are and how they work.
701-2               Case Finding and the Future of Cases [63 min.]
                        Covers case finding both in paper and in cyberspace. Various methods for finding cases are
                        explored, as are the best tricks for saving time. Links between old printed digests and the new
                        online systems of WESTLAW and LEXIS are explored. Closes with discussion of future of case
                        publication and case finding.
701-3               Citators and Secondary Source Research [76 min.]
                        Covers citators and secondary sources. Breaks down citators into their functional parts and
                        shows how they work in all forms. KeyCite and Shepards are each explored, then secondary
                        sources, both traditional and new, are treated, showing how they can provide the context for
                        efficient research.
701-4               Statutes, Legislative History and Administrative Materials [72 min.]
                        Bread and butter explanation of statutes, legislative history and administrative materials. Uses
                        visual patterns to make this material comprehensible. Use of ―context‖ sources is designed to
                        demystify the important, but sometimes difficult research of legislative history.
701-6               Legal Research on the Internet and Research Strategies [64 min.]
                        Explores both the content and methods of sophisticated Internet Research. Looking for
                        patterns and exploring current sources, he attempts to bring order to chaos of cyberspace.
                        Second part contains vital tips for how to be an effective legal researcher.


                   Legal Research for the 21st Century: Advanced Research (Series with
                    Professor Bob Berring)
                         St. Paul, MN: West, 2001. [Subject: Legal research, and following subjects]
746                 Environmental Law [57 min.]
                        Sources of environmental law organize themselves around some basic concepts. Professor
                        Berring presents a model for thinking about the subject and provides both paper and electronic
                        routes to follow in your environmental law research.
747                 Foreign Law [43 min.]
                        This tape explores the nature of foreign law and the sources for finding it. From the oldest paper
                        sets to the new web-based tools, the entire panoply of sources is considered. Internet research
                        expert, Marci Hoffman of Georgetown Law Library, joins Mr. Berring to share her insights.
748                 Intellectual Property Law [59 min.]
                        Berring sorts out the features of intellectual property law as a concept and explores sources for
                        successfully researching it. Both paper and Internet research are covered.
749                 International Law [46 min.]
                        Provides solid basics for finding sources of international law. Both paper and Internet sources
                        are covered, with a special focus on the new sources emerging on the Internet. Joining Mr.
                        Berring is Marci Hoffman of the Georgetown Law Library.




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       Public & Social Services: EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
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 812                Baby Basics [110 min.]
                        Guide for new and expectant parents, illustrates with diagrams and demonstrations what parents
                        need to know for those first critical months in a child‘s life. Ch.1—The newborn at birth, Ch.2—Caring
                        for yourselves post-partum, Ch.3—First days at home, Ch.4—Daily care, Ch.5—Feeding, Ch.6—
                        Health and safety, Ch.7—Crying and sleeping, Ch.8—Growth and development


DVD 050            Children and autism : time is brain                  [27 min.]
                        More children are being diagnosed with autism and earlier diagnosis will help these children get
                        better care. 2004.

 581                Common Childhood Illnesses [33 min.]
                        Addresses common childhood illnesses, their symptoms, possible at home and professional
                        medical treatments, and how to decide if a doctor should be consulted. Charleston, WV :
                        Cambridge Educational, c1991. [Subjects: Childhood illnesses—Diagnosis; Childhood
                        illnesses—Treatment]


 715                Eric Carle: Picture Writer [27 min.]
                        Eric invites you into his own studio where he reads from three of his most popular books and
                        shows how, step by step, he prepares his colorful tissue papers and creates brilliant collage
                        pictures. New York: Phiomel Books/Scholastic, 1993. [Subjects; Carle, Eric; Authors, American—
                        20th century—Interviews; Illustrated books, Children‘s]


 591               Eye of the Storm [26 min.] Videocassette release of the 1970 TV program Now.
                        Award winning documentary records an innovative experiment in which a third-grade teacher
                        divides her all-white class into "blue-eyes" and "brown-eyes," making each group superior or
                        inferior on successive days. The program, NOW, demonstrates the nature and effects of
                        bigotry by showing changes brought about in their behavior and learning patterns. Mt. Kisco,
                        NY: Center for the Humanities, 1991? [Subjects: Prejudices; Discrimination]

 607               Learning centers in child care settings [18 min.]                                                 Presenter's guide;
                        Practical steps for planning and starting learning centers.                                  Learning Center guide

 809                Life’s greatest miracle, by Lennet Nilsson (A NOVA production) [60 min.]
                        Shows the development of a child from conception to birth. 2001.


 546               Safe, active play: A guide to avoiding play area hazards [34 min.]
                         Reviews playground safety by comparing effective and safe playground equipment with
                         dangerous designs. 1997.

 656                Ten Things Every Child Needs [60 min.]
                        Shows how brain development in children up to age three is influenced by such things as
                        interaction, touch, stable relationships, safe environments, self-esteem, quality child care, play,
                        communication, music, and reading. Kathy Giangreco. 1997. [Anderson VHS 955] [Subjects:
                        Child development; Brain—Growth; Brain stimulation]

 573-1&2           White House conference on child care [Pt.1 & Pt.2] [240 min.]
                      Highlights problems relating to child care in America, including affordability, availability and the
                      training of professional care givers. Proposes body of legislation to address problems. Various
                      experts discuss issues. 1996.

 545               Windows on learning: A framework for making decisions
                   [Label reads: Introduction to documenting children's work]
                        We see evidence of children's growth and development in the course of their daily activities.
                        Through observation, we gain insights into what children know, what they're learning, and where
                        their interests lie. As teachers, we often wonder how to use… 1997.



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               Authentic Assessment [5 videocassettes]                                                                  Workbook
                  Early Childhood Programs throughout the country are becoming increasingly accountable for
                  the progress that children are making in their care. This video series explores the value of
                  authentic assessment in documenting young children's progress, observational methods used
                  to assess young children, systems used to organize the data and different formal assessment
                  instruments or checklists used to collate the data. Teachers demonstrate how they
                  communicate with parents to inform them of their child's development. Finally, directors and
                  education coordinators share how they provide on-going training for their staff and the training
                  issues that they have encountered along the way."--publisher's web site.
 851-1         Setting the Stage (23:42)
 851-2         Observing young children I: the eyes have it (24:43)
 851-3         Observing young children II: making the connection (22:50)
 851-4         Parents: our most important resource (27:00)
 851-5         Training and support are key (25:19).

               Caring for our children [30 min. each]
                  6 videocassettes; Demonstrations of how to comply with the various guidelines presented               Series Handout
                  in the book, Caring for our children, that contains national standards for the development            Masters
                  and evaluation of health and safety performance for out-of-home child care. 1995.
 488-1        Standards and you (Pt.1)
 488-2        Basic caregiving (Pt.2)
 488-3        Ready for anything (Pt.3)
 488-4        Setting up for healthy and safe care (Pt.4)
 488-5        Keeping it in shape (Pt.5)
 488-6        Illness in child care (Pt.6)

               Child care: Indoor safety. 1990.                                                                        Study Guides
601-1         Making it safe [1] [20 min.]
                  Shows the type of design for early childhood settings, which minimizes the
                  risk of accidents, evaluates toys and equipment, and discusses value of a
                  team approach in maintaining safety of children.
601-2         Keeping it safe [2] [18 min.]
                  Shows the type of design for early childhood settings, which minimizes the
                  risk of accidents, evaluates toys and equipment, and discusses value of a
                  team approach in maintaining safety of children.
601-3         Playing it safe [3] [16 min.]

               Child care video magazine: Social-Emotional Growth & Socialization                                      Trainer's manual;
 616-1        First moves: Welcoming a child to a new caregiving setting [27 min.]                                      Guide
                  Illustrates some practical steps that child care providers can take in introducing a
                  child to a new setting and easing the trauma of separation from parents. 1988.
 616-2        Flexible, fearful, or feisty: The different temperaments of infants and toddlers
                  [26 min.] Explores various temperamental styles of infants and toddlers. 1990.
 616-3        Getting in tune: Creating nurturing relationships with infants and toddlers
                  [24 min.] Presents steps caregivers can take to establish supportive,
                  responsive relationships with infants and toddlers. 1990.

               Child care video magazine: Group Care                                                                   Trainer's manual;
 617-1        It's not just routine: Feeding, diapering, and napping infants and toddlers                               Guide
                  [28 min.] Addresses the need for caregivers to use feeding, napping, and diapering
                  as opportunities to build close personal relationships with each child while attending
                  to child's physical, emotional & other developmental needs. 1990.
717            It’s not just routine: Feeding, diapering, and napping infants and                                       Guide
                   toddlers (WestEd) [23 min.]
                  Addresses the need for caregivers to use feeding, napping, and diapering as opportunities to
                  build close personal relationship with each child while attending to the child‘s physical,
                  emotional, and other developmental needs. Child care video magazine, Program for infant-
                  toddler caregivers. Sacramento, CA: California State Dept. of Education, 1990. 2d ed.



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 617-2         Respectfully yours: Magda Gerber's approach to professional infant/toddler
               care [58 min.]
                   Gerber looks for caregivers sensitive to the infant and sees the child care environment
                   through the eyes and experiences of infants. 1988.
 617-3        Space to grow: Creating a child care environment for infants and toddlers
                   [23 min.] Program for infant-toddler caregivers. 1992.
 617-4        Together in care: Meeting the intimacy needs of infants and toddlers in
              groups [30 min.]
                   Discusses the need for infants and toddlers in group child care situations to have a
                   continuing relationship with a few caring people in an intimate setting. 1991.

               Child care video magazine: Learning & Development                                                       Trainer's manual;
 618-1        Ages of infancy: Caring for young, mobile, and older infants [26 min.]                                    Guide
                   Presents ideas and guidelines on how to support infants as they move through stages of
                   development. 1990.
 618-2        Discoveries of infancy: Cognitive development and learning [32min.]
                   Explores constant quest for knowledge by children in the first three years of life;
                   concentrating on six major areas, learning schemes, cause and effect, use of tools, object
                   permanence, understanding space, and imitation. 1992.

                Child care video magazine: Early Messages
 716           Facilitating Language Development and Communication                                                         Guide
                  WestEd) [28 min.]
                   Presents 10 strategies to enhance language development in infants and toddlers in a child care
                   setting. Peter Mangione. Program for infant toddler caregivers; module 3, pt. 3. Child care video
                   magazine. Sacramento, CA: California Dept. of Education, 1998.


                Child care video magazine: Culture, Family & Providers                                                 Trainer's manual;
 619-1        Protective urges: Working with the feelings of parents and caregivers                                     Guide
                   [27 min.] Helps caregivers understand normal behaviors of parents of infants in
                   care, including highly emotional behavior & conflicting feelings about caregiver/child
                   relationships. Suggests caregiver display competence, honesty, & understanding to
                   provide base … 1996.
 619-2        Essential connections: Ten keys to culturally sensitive child care
                   [36 min.] Recommends ways to structure and run child care programs to strengthen
                   children's connections with their families and their home culture. 1993.


               The developing child; Module 24A [29 min.]
592-1          Moral development: Concept and theory [1] Module Workbook
                   Moral development is an important part of total development. … Theories of
                   sociobiology, psychoanalysis, social learning and cognitive development offer
                   differing views as to how individual learns to behave morally & develops a
                   conscience. 1998.


               The developing child; Module 24B [29 min.]
592-2         Moral development: Learning to be moral [2]                                                          Module Workbook
                   Emergence of moral behavior takes place from infancy through adolescence. Major
                   influence on moral development of child is model provided by parents. Religious
                   instruction & schools also play role in development of moral values during childhood.
                   1998.


               The developing child; Modules 16A & 16B                                                            Module Workbook
                        Videos discuss development and education of the exceptional child, which is a child
                        who varies from the normal either by possessing unusual abilities or disabilities. 1998.
593-1         Exceptional child: Building understanding [1] [29 min.]
593-2         Exceptional child: Focusing on nursing and learning [2] [29 min.]




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               Hand-in-hand: Supporting children with play problems 1992. [30 min. each]
610-1         When a child doesn't play [Module 1]
                  Background information regarding skill development through play; identifies six play problem
                  behaviors and a process for adult intervention; shows examples of teachers using the
                  intervention process.
610-2         The child who wanders [Module 2]
                  Examines reasons why children wander from activity to activity without engaging in
                  meaningful play; shows how teachers develop interventions that involve their direct and
                  indirect support, the curriculum and other children.
610-3         The child who dabbles [Module 3]
                  Shows how teachers identify children who engage only marginally with materials; examines
                  various interventions designed to help children play with greater depth and focus, extending their
                  interest, enjoyment and learning.
610-4         The child who appears anxious [Module 4]
                  Identifies children who are reluctant to join in play and offers reasons why; shows teachers
                  developing and using specific interventions designed to build children's trust and to help them
                  become more relaxed and playful.
610-5         The child who appears aloof [Module 5]
                  Focuses on children who avoid others and seem unwilling or unable to make social contact;
                  demonstrates how teachers design interventions that draw aloof children into cooperative play by
                  using various curriculum activities and peers.
 610-6        The child who is ignored [Module 6]
                  Identifies children who may have individual play skills but who are ignored by others
                  when attempting to join their play; examines teacher interventions that encourage
                  children to enter play groups and assume various roles in play.
 610-7        The child who is rejected [Module 7]
                  Examines children whose behavior creates barriers to play with other children; shows
                  interventions designed to teach children new skills and positive social play behaviors.


               Human development: Conception to neonate: 1992.
 477-1        Pregnancy [v1 – 26 min.]                                                                              Instr. Manual
                  Follows a couple through their pregnancy from conception to birth, describing their
                  emotional and psychological reactions as well as the physical changes that occur.
 477-2        Birth and the newborn [v2 – 27 min.]                                                                  Instr. Manual
                  Describes family-sensitive birth practices and the initial interactions between
                  parents and newborn. Discusses physical care of the neonate immediately after
                  birth.
 477-3        Reducing risk factors [v3 – 34 min.]                                                                  Instr. Manual
                  Describes environmental factors in pregnancy that contribute to birth defects and low
                  birth weight. Focuses on factors shown to be preventable through intervention,
                  primarily changes in life style. Discusses importance of delaying childbirth until …


               Human development: First 2 1/2 years: 1991.
                  Traces the factors that contribute to the metamorphosis of a child from a helpless,
                  seemingly unresponsive newborn to a confident toddler interacting with people and
                  objects in his world. Also offers practical suggestions for enhancing that
                  development.
 478-1        Physical growth & motor development [v1 – 19 min.]                                                    Instr. Manual
 478-2        Cognitive development [v2 – 25 min.]                                                                  Instr. Manual
 478-3        Language development [v3 – 25 min.]                                                                   Instr. Manual
 478-4        Emotional and social development [v4 – 22 min.]                                                       Instr. Manual
               Human development: 2 1/2 to 6 years: 1992.
 479-1        Physical growth & motor development [v1 – 21 min.]                                                    Instr. Manual
                  Discusses the patterns of growth seen in the years between 2 1/2 and 6 & describes
                  how the increased growth of various organs affects the child's ability to function.
                  Discusses gross and fine motor development.
 479-2        Cognitive development [v2 – 28 min.]                                                                  Instr. Manual
                  Describes Piaget's theories regarding cognitive development, including the processes of
                  assimilation and accommodation. Discusses preoperational thought and language development
                  during these years.




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479-3            Psychosocial development [v3 – 23 min.]                                                                 Instr. Manual
                     Discusses tasks crucial to a preschooler's emotional & social development.
                     Describes Erikson's stages pertaining to preschool children & Spitz's stages of how
                     children deal with frustration. Addresses self-awareness, self-esteem, sexuality, and
                     attachment
 479-4           Role of play [v4 – 22 min.]                                                                             Instr. Manual
                     Defines play and discusses some of its functions as well as describing different
                     types of play; also the social character of play and gender differences in play.


                  Human development: Enhancing social & cognitive growth in children:
                     Parents, caregivers, and child care professionals can best prepare themselves by learning factors
                     which contribute to and detract from positive behaviors, by being knowledgeable in the early
                     detection and intervention of behavioral and learning problems. 1994.
 480-1           Compliance, self-control, and prosocial behavior [v1 – 27 min.]                                         Instr. Manual
 480-2           Peer relationships [v2 – 31 min.]                                                                       Instr. Manual
 480-3           Intellectual growth and achievement [v3 – 27 min.]                                                      Instr. Manual

                  Indiana steps ahead: Child care collection III 1994. [28 min. each]
 392-1           Promoting health, safety and nutrition (October 18)
 392-2           Preparing environments for children     (October 20)
 392-3           Is my baby OK? (October 25)
 392-4           Discipline: Appropriate guidance of young children (October 27)
 392-5           Parents, books and kids (November 1)
 392-6           Building quality care: Relationships culture of education of young children (November 3)
 392-7           Partners in child care (November 8)
 392-8           Communication / Parents (November 10 – Missing)
 392-9           School-age child care: Caring enough (November 15)
 392-10          Designing developmentally appropriate days (#882) (November 17)
  c.1, c.2           Looks at child's environment, adult/child interactions, the child, developmental appropriateness by both age
                     and individual, finding appropriate stress-reducing activities for distressed children, and encouraging
                     development of self-control in children.
 392-11          Child care administration: Tying it all together (#887) (November 29)
  c.1, c.2           Looks at mission statements, ethics policies, classroom policies, job descriptions, staff recruitment and
                     selection, staff orientation, staff development and training, and evaluation.
 392-12          Painting a positive picture: Proactive behavior management (#881)
 c.1, c.2        (November 22) Looks at how to manage children's behavior and discipline vs. punishment.
547c.1,c.2       Variety is the spice: Early childhood intervention in natural environments [28 min.]
                     Looks at the need for early intervention especially in the case of special needs children.
                     Explains the First Steps Early Intervention Program. (Indiana steps ahead, child care
                     collection)
 548c.1,c.2 Food for thought: Nutrition and children [28 min.]
                     Nutrition is an essential element of a child's growth and development. This video addresses children's
                     dietary needs, food preparation and sanitation, as well as social experience of mealtime. 1996.

                 Indiana Bureau of Child Development series
 690             New Games for Child Care Settings [30 min.]
                     Learning, dancing, kicking a ball—all these activities are fun for children. They enjoy using their
                     bodies and exercising growing limbs and muscles. Cognitive, emotional, social and physical skills are
                     all interconnected in human development, however, many times adults see education in terms of
                     cognitive stimulation only. But the facts are, that children learn by doing. Like all other types of play,
                     physical activity provides many types of learning experiences for young children. Encouraging
                     physical skills can lead to a healthy lifestyle later on. Indiana‘s child care collection. Dee Norris-
                     Helms, Indiana Bureau of Child Development, IPR, 1997. [Subjects: Day care centers—Activity
                     programs; Physical fitness for children; Child development]




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691            A Reason to Care: Corporate Support of Community Child Care [28 min.]
                   Looks at the building blocks of quality child care: health and hygiene, physical development, safety,
                   materials, child/space ratio, child/staff ratio, a caring and age appropriate environment, individual
                   treatment, what kids like, problem solving, and activities. Indiana steps ahead, the child care
                   collection V. Susan Bayh, Indiana Bureau of Child Development, IPR, 1996. NAEYC distributor.
                   [Subjects: Child care services; Day care centers; Child development]
 692           Structured Play: Gross Motor Activities for Everyday [28 min.]
                   Looks at structured play, developmental appropriateness, movement concepts, skill themes, and
                   equipment. Indiana steps ahead, the child care collection IV. Susan Bayh, Indiana Bureau of Child
                   Development, IPR, 1995. [Subjects: Infants—Care; Child care services; Day care centers—Activity
                   programs; Family day care—Activity programs; Infants]
 693           Developmental Infant Care [28 min.]
                   Looks at how to care for an infant at different stages of their growth. Indiana steps ahead, the child
                   care collection IV. Susan Bayh, Indiana Bureau of Child Development, IPR, 1995. [Subjects: Child
                   care services; Day care centers—Activity programs; Family day care—Activity programs; Motor ability
                   in children; Play]
 694           Exploring Science and Nature [28 min.]
                   Looks at learning processes (observation, classification, comparison, communication, inference, and
                   prediction), using numbers, measurement, space-time relationships, nature appreciation, and taking
                   field trips. Indiana steps ahead, the child care collection IV. Susan Bayh, Indiana Bureau of Child
                   Development, IPR, 1995. [Subjects: Child care services; Day care centers—Activity programs; Family
                   day care—Activity programs; Science—Study and teaching; Natural history—Study and teaching]
 695           Before and After School: Creative Experiences [28 min.]
                   Looks at the building blocks of quality school-age child care: health and hygiene, physical development,
                   safety, materials, child/space ratio, child/staff ratio, a caring and age appropriate environment, individual
                   treatment, what kids like, problem solving, and activities. Indiana steps ahead, the child care collection II.
                   Susan Bayh, IBCDt, IPR, 1993. [Subjects: School-age child care; Child care services; Day care centers—
                   Activity programs; Family day care—Activity programs]
 696           Quality Family Child Care [28 min.]
                   Looks at what a family child care professional offers families and what aspects parents look for in quality
                   family child care. Answers common questions and offers suggestions. Talks about learning centers, and
                   how you can enrich children‘s play, teach children through modeling behavior, maintain a daily schedule,
                   and work with a mixed age group. Indiana steps ahead, the child care collection II. Susan Bayh, IBCD,
                   IPR, 1993. [Subjects: Child care services; Family day care; Day care centers]


               NAEYC Series:
 315          Curriculum for preschool & kindergarten: Discussion with Lilian Katz [15 min.]
                   Lilian Katz on how formal the curriculum should be for 4 and 5 year olds.
                   She discusses what the appropriate curriculum is for this age group. 1985. (NAEYC #804)
 328          A Classroom with blocks [13 min.]
                   Describes the beneficial learning concepts, experiences, and socialization skills gained from playing with
                   blocks in the classroom. Discusses structuring the classroom to accommodate block play. 1987. (NAEYC #821)
 329          Culture and education of young children: A Discussion with Carol Phillips [17 min.]
                   Carol Phillips on how early childhood programs show respect for our cultural diversity and use this
                   richness to enhance children's learning. 1985. (NAEYC #803)
 382          Marian Wright Edelman's 1990 NAEYC Conference Address                                      [60 min.]
                   Marian Wright Edelman discusses the legislation of the 101st Congress concerning child care and
                   sets forth goals for America's children and advocates for the next century. 1991. (NAEYC #871)
 383          Toddler curriculum: Making connections                        [19 min.]
                   Shows how the characteristics of the toddler (age 12-36 months) must be considered in providing
                   a developmentally appropriate curriculum for a child care center. Intersperses scenes from a
                   center with comments by Alice Honig of Syracuse University. 1991. (NAEYC #848)
 384          Ella Jenkins: Learning can be fun                  [57 min.]
                   Ella Jenkins performs before an adult audience, demonstrating how to make a friend, using songs,
                   gestures, and musical instruments. The songs emphasize the importance of friendship. 1984. (NAEYC #851)
 385          Full cost of quality in early childhood programs
                   Describes the need for and difficulty of obtaining funds for providing adequate childcare; includes
                   NAEYC recommendations for childcare programs. 1992. (NAEYC #862)
 386          Discipline: A discussion with Jimmy Hymes                          [17 min.]
                   Dr. Hymes discusses in general terms sensible age-related discipline for teachers of young
                   children. His child-centered philosophy revolves around children's' learning consideration for
                   others and teachers' thoughtful control of the class. 1985. (NAEYC #805)
 387          Play and learning: A discussion with Barbara Biber                          [18 min.]
                   In an interview with Carolyn S. Dorrell, Barbara Biber discusses why play is important and what
                   children learn during play. 1985. (NAEYC #807)


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 388            Music across the curriculum with Thomas Moore [20 min.]
                   An interview with Thomas Moore and examples of music in an early childhood classroom showing the
                   integra-tion of music in the classroom and the structured use of music to build processing skills. 1991.
                   (NAEYC #832)
 389            Early childhood legislation enacted by the 101st Congress                           [18 min.]
                   Describes early childhood programs enacted in 1990 along with strategies. 1991. (NAEYC #870)
 390            Whole language learning with Gerry Oglan                       [20 min.]
                   Explores the role of the teacher/parent in language development and the use of the whole
                   language philosophy in an early childhood class. 1990. (NAEYC #831)
 391c1, c2      Building quality child care: Health and safety [28 min.]
                   Focuses on standard health and safety practices in a group child care setting. Reviews
                   procedures for handwashing, diapering, toileting and food serving and the integration of these
                   practices into the curriculum. 1990. (NAEYC #830)

                   NAEYC series 2 (CDA Professional Preparation Program):
 393-1          Celebrating early childhood teachers (#860) [18 min.]
                   Qualities of the early childhood employee, children's needs, and parental needs are discussed.
                   1986.
 393-2          Partnerships with parents (#857) [28 min.]
                   Discusses how parents and teachers can work together for the benefit of preschool children,
                   foster communications, and resolve difficulties with schedules of both parents and schools. 1989.
 393-3          Developmentally appropriate practice: Curriculum, the role of the teacher
                  (#856) [28 min.] Shows that all of a child's experiences are part of the curriculum in early
                   childhood education, and describes how the teacher can use many kinds of activities to teach. 1988.
 393-4          Developmentally appropriate practice: Children ages birth through five years
                  (#854) [27 min.] Depicts teachers and children in action in developmentally appropriate
                   programs. Also points out inappropriate practices. 1987.
 393-6          Discipline, guidance techniques for young children (Appropriate Guidance)
 c.1, c.2          (#855) [28 min.] Information on how to handle discipline, and how to teach children the
                   skill of self-discipline. 1988.


               Whole child: A caregiver’s guide to the first five years series Joanne
                Hendrick. Annenberg/CPB, 1997 [30 minutes each]
                      Teaches the latest in the fields of child development and child care for the critical years from
                      birth to the age of five. Outlines essential information about children‘s physical, emotional,
                      and cognitive development. Presents practical developmental activities and techniques to
                      use in difficult situations. Shows real children and teachers in Head Start classrooms, a
                      private urban infant center and preschool, an in-home family child care program, a suburban
                      preschool and two university child care centers.
 787            It’s the little things        [Program 1: The importance of a well-ordered and predictable
                      environment]
 788            By leaps and bounds            [Program 2: Physical development and appropriate
                      developmental activities, good health practices, and environmental safety]
 789            Babies are children, too         [Program 3: The special concerns when caring for infants
                      in groups and the importance of nurturing care]
 790            Dealing with feelings            [Program 4: Activities that promote emotional health in family
                      relations, self-expression, and dealing with stress]
 791            I’m glad I’m me           [Program 5: Recognizing children‘s accomplishments and offering
                      opportunities for individual choice]
 792            Listening to families            [Program 6: Ways to help families deal with everyday problems
                      and life crises]
 793            Everybody’s special             [Program 7: Working with children who have special
                      educational needs]
 794            Getting along together           [Program 8: Childhood social development and ways to
                      enhance a child‘s social competence]
 795            Building inner controls          [Program 9: Guiding children in finding acceptable ways to
                      express their aggressive feelings]
 796            Respecting diversity            [Program 10: How prejudice develops and how to respect
                      cultural differences]


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 797           Creativity and Play [Program 11: The relationship of creativity to self-worth and self-
                     expression]
 798           Let’s talk about it    [Program 12: Language acquisition and methods for increasing
                     language competence]
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 814           HACCP: Hazard analysis critical control points [15 min.]
                   Sanitation expert Ronald Cichy explains the new inspection process. (Food adulteration
                   and inspection; Food handling). 199-.

 815           FastTrack food safety: Food production [27 min.]
                   One of a five-part training program dealing with food safety principles. This segment
                   shows that food production tasks cause most food safety problems. Describes how to
                   attack dangerous practices at this critical stage. Tells which food items are common
                   sources of contamination and how to handle them. Tells how to avoid danger zones.
                   1994.

 816           FastTrack food safety: Receiving & storage [22 min.]
                   One of a five-part training program dealing with food safety principles. This segment tells
                   how to make sure only safe food enters an eating establishment from suppliers. Explains
                   how to spot contamination warning signs. Shows how to properly store dry, refrigerated,
                   frozen, leftover, and non-food items. 1994.

 817           FastTrack food safety: Warewashing [21 min.]
                   One of a five-part training program dealing with food safety principles. This segment
                   explains that proper sanitation starts with clean dishes. Tells how to ensure safe
                   tableware for guests and safe kitchenware for co-workers. Shows how to wash, sanitize,
                   and store various tableware and kitchen utensils from spoons to roasting pans; how to
                   make sure each guest receives sanitary tableware; and how to keep hazards like garbage
                   and cleaning supplies from contaminating food. 1994.

 818           FastTrack food safety: Service [25 min.]
                   One of a five-part training program dealing with food safety principles. This segment
                   focuses on servers, the last safety checkpoint before guests receive food. Emphasizes
                   that servers should know how to safely hold food at buffet tables, salad bars, and other
                   holding areas; how to handle plates, cups and flatware to avoid contaminating food while
                   serving; and how to keep service areas safe and sanitary. 1994.

 819           Food and beverage quality service skills [2 videocassettes 30 min.]
                   Shows restaurant servers how to provide efficient service and personal attention.
                   Preparing for service, greeting guests, taking beverage orders, and taking the food order
                   are covered in part 1. Placing the order, picking up the order, serving the entrée, and
                   completing the service are covered in part 2. 1994.


 834           Food Service Excellence: Customer Service Skills [60 min.]
                   Offers valuable tips on waiter and waitress attitude, customer table-side satisfaction,
                   handling customer complaints, and hosting and hostessing. 1987.




DVD 15        Super size me [100 min.]
                  Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock embarks on a journey to find out if fast food is making Americans fat.
                  For 30 days he can‘t eat or drink anything that isn‘t on McDonald‘s menu; he must eat three
                  square meals a day, he must eat everything on the menu at least once and supersize his meal if
                  asked. He treks across the country interviewing a host of experts on fast food and a number of
                  regular folk while downing McDonald‘s to try and find out why 37% of Americans are now
                  overweight. Spurlock‘s grueling diet spirals him into a metamorphosis that will make you think
                  twice about picking up another Big Mac. Sundance Film Festival, 2004.



DVD 78        Servsafe [6 videodiscs, 130 min.]
                  Provides visual reinforcement of the concepts presented in ServSafe essentials (4 th ed.) and
                  ServSafe coursebook (4th ed.). Disc 1: Introduction to food safety (11:57); Disc 2: Overview of
                  foodborne microorganisms and allergens (24:42); Disc 3: Personal hygiene (14:52); Disc 4:
                  Purchasing, receiving, and storage (21:04); Disc 5: Preparation, cooking and serving (18:52); Disk
                  6: Facilities, cleaning and sanitizing, and pest management (37.54).




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 913 v1              20th century with Mike Wallace: The Iran-Contra scandal [50 min.]
                          Iran-Contra Affair, 1985-1990. History Channel, A&E Television Networks, 1996.
 913 v2              20th century with Mike Wallace: The IRA: 30 years of terror [50 min.]
                          Irish Republican Army. History Channel, A&E Television Networks, 1996.
 913 v3              20th century with Mike Wallace: Ourselves, our bodies: the feminist
                        movement and the battle over abortion [50 min.]
                          Examines the feminist movement that began in the mid-1960's and how it eventually lead to
                          legalized abortion in the United States. It then focuses on the division this has created between
                          pro-abortion and anti-abortion supporters. History Channel, A&E Television Networks, 1996.


 8 on aging and Alzheimers:
 652         Aging of America [20 min.]
                          Shows the changes in the life styles of the new and expanding generation of elderly
                          Americans and responses of businesses and government to these changes. 1988.

 653                 Older voices: Interviewing older adults                         [46 min.]
                          Presents general principles of conducting survey interviews with older adults. Designed to
                          serve as one component of a study-specific interviewer training program. 1994.

 654                 Aging mind            [28 min.]
                          Several experts discuss normal and pathological aging and assert that poor health does not
                          come naturally with age. Examines when memory loss is linked to depression, or even a
                          vitamin deficiency. Recognizes that as we age our memories do change. 1997.

 681                 Aging [26 min.]
                          Covers physical processes of aging in the human body, examining the various body systems to
                          see how and why they change with age. Discusses changes that are unavoidable and those that
                          can be slowed down or reversed. 1985.

 682                 Aging process             [19 min.]
                          Explains effects of aging on human mind and body, explores "damage" and "cell clock" theories
                          about why cells wear out, & examines lifestyle habits that affect both longevity and quality of life
                          (exercise, regular checkups for cancer, proper diet, …) 1992.

 HV1251              I’m Pretty Old
 .I55
 RB210               Natural Process of Aging
 .N33
 587                 Understanding Alzheimer's disease [31 min.]
                          Discusses evaluation, diagnosis, & treatment of Alzheimer's disease from a research
                          perspective. Focuses on neurological medical, psychiatric, & social work assessment
                          of patients; the treatment of disease as it progresses; and complications … 1993.
**************************************************************************************************************************************************

DVD 82              Aging out [60 min.]
                          New documentary by Roger Weisberg and Vanessa Roth, chronicles the daunting obstacles that these
                          veterans of foster care encounter as they are forced to fend for themselves. Filmakers Library, 2004.

DVD 26              Alert 3: the crash of UA 232, Sioux City, Iowa, July 19, 1989 [1 videodisc]
                          Training tape dealing with the aftermath of the crash of United Airlines flight 2332 on July 19, 1989 at
                          the Sioux Gateway Airport in Sioux City, Iowa. Focuses on the area of post traumatic stress and critical
                          incident stress debriefing. 1999.

DVD 27              New Alert 3: the crash of UA 232, Sioux City, Iowa, July 19, 1989 [1 videodisc]
                          Documents the crash of United Flight 232 on July 19, 1989 at the Sioux Gateway Airport in Sioux City, Iowa.
                          Focuses on emergency response efforts and disaster management. 1999.

 911                 American Justice: The Andrea Yates story [50 min.]
                          Bill Kurtis examines the harrowing story of the Texas mother who killed her five children. The
                          Andrea Yates story reports that Andrea‘s attorneys entered a plea of not guilty by reason of
                          insanity. A & E Television Networks, 2003.




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708           American Tongues: a film about the way we talk [56 min.]
                  A documentary about the way people talk in the United States. Portrays some of the regional, social,
                  and ethnic differences in American speech, and the attitudes that people have about these
                  differences. Intended to educate viewers about the nature of dialects, but it also challenges them to
                  confront their own attitudes about language variation. By Andrew Kolker and Louis Alvarez ;
                  narrated by Trey Wilson. Hohokus, NJ : Center for New American Media, c1986. [Subjects:
                  English language dialects; Dialects—public opinion; Americanisms; Ethnic groups]


909           A Place at the Table [40 min.]                                                                                    Guide
                  The video explores how our nation has pursued -- and is still pursuing -- the dream of liberty and
                  justice for all. The narrators are eight teenagers from around the country whose families have
                  experienced the struggle for that dream. Hudson & Houston, Southern Poverty Law Center:
                  Teaching Tolerance, 2000.
 643          Assessment        [22 min.] (from National Institute on Drug Abuse videotape series)
                  Discusses the advantages of assessing patients of drug treatment. 1994.


835           Body, Mind, Spirit: one step at a time – a presentation of drug and alcohol
                 treatment programs [2 videocassettes, 30 min. each – one for adolescents,
                 one for adults]
                Careers interactive video library:
 657          Health service careers [50 min.]
                  Contains: medical assistant, physical therapy assistant, occupational therapy assistant, pharmacy
                  assistant, and dispensing optician. 1994.
 658          Careers in allied health I [60 min.]
                  Covers: speech pathologist, audiologist, animal health technician, dental assistant, physical
                  therapist, surgical technologist, nuclear medicine technologist, occupational therapist, dietitian, and
                  paramedic. 1995.
659            Careers in allied health II [48 min.]
                  Covers: clinical lab technologist, dental lab technician, medical record technician, recreational
                  therapist, and radiologic technologist. 1995.
 660          Physicians & health practitioners careers                   [60 min.]
                  Covers: chiropractor, dentist, optometrist, oral surgeon, pharmacist, physician, registered nurse,
                  surgeon, veterinarian. 1995.


DVD 050       Children and autism : time is brain                 [27 min.]
                  More children are being diagnosed with autism and earlier diagnosis will help these children get
                  better care. 2004.


 641          Color communicates              [20 min.]
                  Describes how we are surrounded by color which produces effects on us emotionally as well as
                  visually. Describes how manufacturers can use their research on color to increase the sale of
                  their products. 1992.
 642          Color in everyday life [25 min.]
                  Introduction to the psychology and language of color. Illustrates how color influences actions,
                  feelings, and decisions, and is useful for interior design, wardrobe planning, and aesthetic
                  awareness. 1992.

727            The Color of Fear [90 min.]
                  Examines the pain and anguish that racism has caused in the lives of North American men of
                  Asian, European, Latin and African descent. Out of their confrontations and struggles to
                  understand and trust each other emerges an emotional and insightful portrayal into the type of
                  dialogue most of us fear, but hope will happen sometime in our lifetime. Produced and directed
                  by Lee Mun Wah. [Berkeley, CA] : Stir-Fry Productions, c1994. [Racism; Prejudices; Race
                  discrimination; Ethnic groups]

726            (Walking each other home:) The color of fear II [55 min.]
                  A continuation of the Color of Fear about eight North American men of different races who talk
                  together about how racism affects them. Produced and directed by Lee Mun Wah. Oakland,
                  CA: Stir-Fry Productions, 1997. [Subjects: Racism; Racism—United States—Psychological
                  aspects; Prejudices—United States; Race discrimination—United States--Prevention]
 615-1        Community CPR [1] [109 min.]
                  Tape is designed to teach lifesaving skills to help adults, children and infants medical in an
                  emergency. 1997.

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 830          Community first aid and safety, American National Red Cross                                 [120 min.]
                  Used with the American Red Cross course in Community First Aid and Safety: Injuries, controlling
                  bleeding, immobilizing muscle, bone, joint injuries, sudden illness. 2001.
 634          Everybody rides the carousel                [72 min.]
                  Presents in animation the eight stages of life in the phases of personality development
                  described by psychologist Erik H. Erikson. Includes a variety of open-ended situations. 1975.
 912          Freud: The Hidden Nature of Man [29 min.]
                  Dramatizes Freud's background, his personal struggles, and his revolutionary theories; the
                  power of the unconscious, the Oedipus complex, dream analysis, and the human personality
                  composed of ego, superego and id. Written by Ian MacNeill. Montreal Learning Corp. of
                  America, 1970.
 760          How beliefs and values define a culture [24 min.]
                  From series, How to study cultures, helps the student learn how to study and analyze any
                  culture. 1997.

 881          Improving Your Counseling Skills with Dr. William Glasser. [3 videocassettes, 80 min.]
                   [v.1] 30 techniques to enhance your counseling skills, part #1 (32 min.) -- [v.2] 30 techniques to enhance
                   your counseling skills, part #2 (22 min.) -- [v.3] Counseling : helping people help themselves (27 min.). Dr.
                   William Glasser approaches the subject of the reality theory approach to counseling. He uses role playing
                   scenarios to teach others how to handle student problems. In [v.3] the approach of helping clients make
                   the right decisions to make changes in their lives is discussed.
 645          Interviewing skills: A step-by-step microcounseling model                             [51 min.]                 Guide
                  Teaches basic interviewing skills for social workers, clinical psychologists, psychiatric
                  nurses, pastors, counselors, and others in the helping professions. 1992.
 646          Interviewing in action: Process and practice [120 min.]
                  Provides numerous short clips in which real-life clinicians from a variety of disciplines
                  demonstrate specific clinical skills with immediacy and realism. 1998.
910 v1        Investigative Reports: Child Sex Trade [50 min.]
                  Looks at underage boys and girls who have become prostitutes through interviews with three
                  child prostitutes from Calgary, Canada. A&E Television Networks, 1997.
910 v2        Investigative Reports: Border Patrol, America’s Gatekeepers [50 min.]
                  A look at the challenging and dangerous work of the United States Border Patrol. A&E
                  Television Networks, 2001.
910 v3        Investigative Reports: Death penalty on trial [100 min.]
                  Capital punishment—law and legislation, political aspects, cases. A&E Television Networks, 2001.
910 v4        Investigative Reports: Supersize Generation: Kids and Obesity [46 min.]
                  This video looks at the many factors contributing to obesity in children. We live in a food-saturated
                  environment, and lifestyle changes like eating out, urban sprawl and families with two working
                  parents are key contributors. Listen to officials from the CDC, the Center for Science in the Public
                  Interest and the former secretary of agriculture for a top-down look at this problem, while
                  overweight kids and their parents offer a more personal view. A&E Television Networks, 2001.
910 v5        Investigative Reports: Criminal Evidence [91 min.]
                  Examines the work of forensic anthropologist Kathy Reich. She investigates the 1973 murder of
                  a night club bouncer and mass graves in Guatemala. A&E Television Networks, 2001.
910 v6        Inside Story: Scene of the Crime [50 min.]
                  We follow the Baltimore Crime Lab personnel as they perform their grisly task of collecting all
                  manner of evidence from every crime scene in Baltimore. They are skilled in photographing,
                  detecting fingerprints, sketching and gathering physical evidence. A&E Television Networks, 1998.


 465          Living with grief: Children mourning, mourning children. 1995. [full version - 150 min.]
 466          Living with grief after sudden loss [156 min.]
                  Will assist those who come in contact with the suddenly bereaved in identifying ways that sudden
                  loss complicates the grieving process, will discuss appropriate short and long-term interventions
                  that can assist survivors of sudden loss, … 4/17/96.
 467          Living with grief after sudden loss [same as above]
 558          Living with grief: When illness is prolonged [full version – 150 min.]
                  Four segments: 1) The nature of grief, 2) The faces of grief, 3) Strategies for intervention, and 4)
                  Caring for the caregiver. Panel: Betty Davies, Kenneth J. Doka, William Lamers, Jr., Therese A.
                  Rando. 1997.
 558 cond     Living with grief: When illness is prolonged [condensed version – 70]
 559 (3 copies) Living with grief: Personally and professionally: A national bereavement teleconference
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                  [56a min.] Describes the grieving process, ways in which grief can be resolved, & methods to
                  deal with one's grief. Discusses anticipatory grief & gives examples of grief manifestation at the
                  time of death and during ritual period. Range of resources for caregivers. 1995.

 683          Man immortal            [53 min.]
                  Uses latest research to explore possibility of human immortality. Experts in areas of fibroblast
                  growth factor therapy, nutrition, genetics, aerobic metabolism, & cancer research discuss
                  implications of findings on aging process. 1999.


 586          Memories of love: Families caring [34 min.]
                  Discusses how to help a loved one suffering from Alzheimer's disease & challenges of providing
                  care. Focuses on understanding disease, emotional needs of patients, available resources, &
                  importance of support groups for caregivers. Includes interviews… 1993.
 588          Memories of love: Caring for the caregiver [16 min.]
                  Discusses physical, emotional, & financial effects of Alzheimer's disease on caregivers. Focuses
                  on educational needs, adult day care, alternative living arrangements, & support groups. 1993.

926            Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana: Quality of life in Amermica's hometown [22 min.]
                  Hosts Clyde Lee and Diane Willis: Check us out! (14 min.) examines aspects of the quality of life in
                  Muncie, IN. Covers topics such as housing, the cost of living, schools, healthcare, technological
                  infrastructure, sports and recreation, and the arts. Check Muncie First (8 min.) describes potential benefits
                  for companies that relocate to Muncie, such as proximity to major markets, a supportive business climate,
                  and a skilled workforce. Muncie-Delaware County Chamber of Commerce, 2004.

843            Not Alone in the World...Caring for Someone with Alzheimer's Disease
                  Dr. James Kvale and Mary Barringer, R.N., outline both the physiological and psychological progression
                  of Alzheimer‘s Disease and its effects not only on the patient but on the care giver. Interviews illustrate
                  safety measures and practical coping techniques. Adult day care programs are discussed and shown.
                  Guidelines for the selection of nursing homes are also given. 1987.


RA997          Not My Home [46 min.]
.N6 1994         Examines the lives of the residents and staff of Seaview Manor, in Nova Scotia, as they confront the
                 realities of life inside a long-term care facility. In candid interviews, both staff and residents reflect on
                 the ways in which nursing homes fall short of addressing the needs of the whole person. Nurses and
                 aides discuss the demands of dealing with the physical requirements of the residents, who sometimes
                 resist and resent treatment, in the face of tight schedules and minimal staffing. Yet they also reveal a
                 deep and empathetic understanding of patients' perspectives.

 731           Obedience [45 min.]
                  Presents an experiment conducted during 1962 at Yale University on obedience to authority.
                  Describes both obedient and defiant reactions of subjects who are instructed to administer
                  electric shocks of increasing severity to another person. (Stanley Milgram) University Park, PA:
                  Pennsylvania State University, 1969. [Subjects: Obedience, Authority]

 757           A Question of Race [2 videocassettes] Discovery Channel School                                                     Guides
                  Part 1: A Question of Race [51 min.] Become a part of the debate questioning whether race is an
                          accurate biological identification or a subcategory made up by humans to separate us.
                  Part 2: How Biased Are You? [26 min.] Discover how common bias is as hidden cameras follow
                          real-life adults as they interact with people of different races.

 650          Research methods for the social sciences                      [33 min.]
                  Describes the research methods used in the social sciences and the steps used to
                  apply the scientific method. Ethical research methods are also discussed. 1996.

 RT120        Resident Rights: The Art of Caring
.L64 R42          Discusses the importance of resident rights--the right to be informed, to make decisions, to associate
                  and communicate as well as the rights to privacy and personal property. 1990.

 497          Right to die: The choice is yours                 [14 min.]
                  Discusses the right to refuse medical treatment and gives information about "living wills." 1987.

 602          Science of staying young: Unlocking the secrets of longevity [22 min.]                                             Film notes
                  New research on how our brains work, about diseases associated with old age, & about nutrition
                  is leading scientists to redefine what it means to grow old. Show examines research, looking at a
                  study of new way to prevent onset of age-related dementia … 1996.




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DVD 86        (The) self-made man             [64 min.]
                  Bob Stern, 77, discovers he is seriously ill, possibly dying. Thinking of an in-law on life-support,
                  Bob decides to take his own life to avoid that end. His family tries to stop him. Bob sets up a video
                  camera and tapes his arguments for suicide. Daughter Susan Stern tells the story of her father's
                  interesting life and talks about difficult end-of-life choices. New Day Films, 2005.

649           Sociological thinking and research [only have vol.3 of The sociological
                 imagination series] 1991. [30 min.]
728            Stolen ground [44 min.]
                  A human face is put on the lingering effects of racism and a rare view of Asian-American men
                  directly and openly addressing racism‘s impacts is given when 6 Asian-American men meet over
                  dinner and share their experiences and perspectives of racism and what it has taken from their
                  generation. During dinner, and in their reflections afterwards, a self-seen portrait of the so-called
                  ―model minority‘s‖ pain, anger, and anguish is revealed. Produced and directed by Lee Mun
                  Wah and Lindsey Jang. Oakland, CA: Stir-Fry Productions, 1998. [Subjects: Asian
                  Americans—Attitudes; Men—United States—Attitudes; Racism—United States—Public opinion;
                  Public opinion—United States]

DVD 015       Super size me [100 min.]
                  Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock embarks on a journey to find out if fast food is making Americans fat.
                  For 30 days he can‘t eat or drink anything that isn‘t on McDonald‘s menu; he must eat three square
                  meals a day, he must eat everything on the menu at least once and supersize his meal if asked. He
                  treks across the country interviewing a host of experts on fast food and a number of regular folk
                  while downing McDonald‘s to try and find out why 37% of Americans are now overweight.
                  Spurlock‘s grueling diet spirals him into a metamorphosis that will make you think twice about
                  picking up another Big Mac. Sundance Film Festival, 2004.

833            [The] 22nd floor [24 min.]
                  ―The saying that ‗you can‘t judge a book by its cover‘ is brought to life when a man and a woman
                  are trapped on an elevator in an office building over a weekend. The ending has a surprising
                  twist that is quite a shock.‖ Carousel Film, New York, 1993.

730            Voices: Preparing counselors to serve diverse students                         [35 min.]                      Guide
                  Discusses how people develop self images and beliefs about others, and how they can learn to
                  relate to people of other cultures. Fort Collins, CO: Colorado State University, 1991. [Subjects:
                  Self-perception, Intercultural communication; Cross-cultural counseling]

648           What do social workers do?                [22 min.]
                  Charles Kuralt talks to his father, who was a social worker, and to other social workers about
                  what they do. 1991.


DVD 81        Waging a living [85 min.]
                  Discusses the day-to-day struggles of four low-wage earners to support their families. Jean
                  Reynolds and Mary Venittelli of New Jersey, Jerry Longoria of San Francisco, and Barbara
                  Brooks of Freeport, N.Y. relate their dreams, frustrations, and accomplishments. Filmakers
                  Library. Public Policy Productions with Thirteen/WNET New York. 2004.




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Women’s Issues:
870           Adelante, Mujeres! : history of Mexican-American/Chicana women in the United
                 States. [30 min.]
                  Shows Focuses on the history of Mexican-American/Chicana women. The major themes,
                  organizations and personalities are introduced chronologically in a tribute to the strengths and
                  resilience of women at the center of their families, as activists in their communities and as
                  contributors to American history. National Women‘s History Project. 1992.

651           Aristophanes' Lysistrata              [97 min.]
                  Lysistrata is Athenian woman disgusted by way men have ruined country with their endless wars.
                  Rallying other women, she proposes they impose an embargo on sexual relations as long as the
                  war lasts. This "sex strike" … finally brings men to their knees. [Greek drama (Comedy); Greece,
                  History, Peloponnesian War, 431-404 BC, Drama] [Modern Greek dialog with English subtitles – for
                  mature audiences] 1987.

605           Dreams of equality [28 min.]
                  Program presents a dramatization of the beginnings of the women's rights movement in nineteenth
                  century United States. 199-.

868           Equal rights amendment: Unfinished business for the Constitution. [18 min.]
                  Traces the 75-year struggle to add the ERA to the U.S. Constitution. After Amendment 19 gave women
                  the right to vote in 1920, suffragist leader Alice Paul wrote the ERA in 1923 as the next step toward
                  women‘s equality. Congress passed the ERA in 1972 and it was ratified by 35 of the necessary 38 states,
                  but political opposition stopped ratification before the 1982 deadline. Portrays the ERA as a legacy from
                  the equality fighters of the past: Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott, Frederick Douglass, Susan B.
                  Anthony, Sojourner Truth, Alice Paul and her National Woman‘s Party colleagues, and others.
                  Educational Film Center. 1998.

865           Great Women Writers [3 videotapes -- 135 min.]
                  [1] Jane Austen – [2] Emily Dickinson – [3] The Brontes. Describes the careers and lives of
                  three women writers. Includes examples of their works and the styles that made them unique in
                  the literary world. Kultur International Films, 2000.

DVD 008-012   Great World Religions (cover women’s place in them)

606           Guts, gumption and go-ahead: Annie Mae Hunt remembers [24 min.]                                          Discussion guide
                  Documentary dramatization of the life of Annie Mae Hunt in her own words accompanied
                  by archival footage (Hunt, Annie Mae 1909-Texan, Afro-American woman). 1992.

DVD 018       Iron jawed angels. [123 min.]
                  Alice Paul and Lucy Burns were two defiant suffragist women who fought for the passage of the 19th
                  Amendment. The two activists broke from the mainstream women‘s rights movement and created a
                  more radical wing, daring to push the boundaries to secure women‘s voting rights in 1920. In a country
                  dominated by chauvinism, this is no easy fight. Along the way, sacrifices are made: Alice gives up a
                  chance for love, and colleague Inez Mulholland gives up her life. [Hilary Swank, Frances O‘Connor,
                  Julia Ormond, …] HBO Films, Spring Creek production, 2004.

667           Jane Addams           [30 min.]
                  Biographical presentation (from American women of achievement video collection). 1995.


PBS 193       Jeannette Rankin: The Woman Who Voted No

213           Judy Logan: Keynote Address from Women's Week at Ball State University,
                  March, 24 1997. A study of developing and teaching a gender-inclusive curriculum.


PBS 58        One Woman, One Vote, Part 1
PBS 59        One Woman, One Vote, Part 2

518-5         Picking up the pieces – Making Sense of the Sixties                                                    Series discussion
                  Discusses how and why more extreme splinter groups like Black Panthers came to be, as              guide
                  well as 2 new movements: environmental movement and women's movement. Finally, it
                  recreates the national mood at the end of the decade when the Vietnam vets came home…




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576           Pioneer spirit: A Texas story (In search of the heroes series) [28 min.]                               Teacher/Student
                  Fanciful retelling of the story of 2 brothers, William & Walter Caruth. Although not                   handbook
                  famous in their own right, they epitomized the Pioneer Spirit of hard work &
                  self-sacrifice. We meet them through eyes of young boy who, writing a school report …1995.

811           Situational management for women [30 min.]
                  Discusses various situational stumbling blocks and goal setting for women in business. 1987.

578           Susan B. Anthony story (In search of the heroes series) [40 min.]                                      Teacher/Student
                  A young girl from our own time feels her life is a "lost cause." Meeting a mysterious                 handbook
                  librarian (Grant), young girl (Walper) is catapulted into past where she meets Susan
                  B. Anthony (Vaughn) & learns the only "lost causes" are those we don't fight for. 1994.

833            [The] 22nd floor [24 min.]
                  ―The saying that ‗you can‘t judge a book by its cover‘ is brought to life when a man and a women
                  are trapped on an elevator in an office building over a weekend. The ending has a surprising
                  twist that is quite a shock.‖ Carousel Film, New York, 1993.

869           Votes for women [20 min.]
                  Celebrates the 72 year struggle for the right to vote, with archival photographs, stock footage,
                  and live action set to narration, music from the Suffrage Movement, and Kay Weaver‘s classic
                  anthem, One fine day. Kay Weaver and Martha Wheelock. 1996.

710           Wild Women: Calamity Jane, Belle Star, Annie Oakley
                  Discusses the myth of women in the West compared to reality of folklore heroines such as Belle
                  Starr, Annie Oakley, and Calamity Jane. [Subjects: West (U.S.); individuals named] S.
                  Burlington, VT : A&E Home Video, 1993.

454            Women of color in higher education: Too invisible, too silent, for too
                long[120 min.]
                  A provocative and insightful look at the critical issues relevant to the status of women of color, a
                  frequently overlooked segment of our higher education community. 1993.

810           World of the goddess (Mystic Fire Video) [103 min.]
                  Marija Gimbutas discusses culture, religious beliefs, symbolism and mythology of Old Europe
                  pertaining to goddesses of life, death, and regeneration. Following her lecture are questions
                  from audience. 1993.




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DVD 75        And the Beat Goes On [40 min.]
                  In his continued efforts to prevent line of duty deaths, Deputy Chief Billy Goldfeder, longtime
                  FDIC speaker, rallies firefighters to fight smarter and safer by refusing to make common
                  mistakes that can have fatal consequences: failing to wear a seatbelt, entering unstable
                  buildings where there is no human life at risk, failing to drive safely, failing to wear SCBA and all
                  protective gear at every call. PennWell, 2007.
DVD 77        The Art of Reading Smoke [28 min.]
                  Addressed to first-arriving officers, incident commanders and safety officers; explains why they
                  need to read smoke; the basics of reading smoke; hostile fire events and warning signs; and the
                  process of "reading smoke." Instructor Dave Dodson. PennWell, 2007.
VHS 929       BLEVE update [22 min.]
                  Provides an analysis of fires involving railroad tank cars and trucks that carry hazardous
                  materials. Shows how these materials can cause explosions, fatal injuries, and property
                  damage, and explains the boiling liquid expanding vapor explosion (BLEVE). National Fire
                  Protection Association, 1992.
DVD 67        Collapse of Burning Buildings Video Training Program
                  Based on the text Collapse of Burning buildings: A Guide to Fireground Safety, by Vincent Dunn,
                  Deputy Chief (Ret.), FDNY. Pennwell Corp, 2004.
                    o     v.1: Wall Collapse [17 min.]
                                  Based on observing hundreds of fires and how firefighters are as likely to get killed
                                  outside a burning building as inside, the video describes different kinds of walls,
                                  the three ways they collapse, how far they fall, establishing danger zones, and the
                                  proper use of fire streams. Also describes the responsibilities of officers and
                                  firefighters.
                    o     v.2: Peaked Roof Collapse [19 min.]
                                  The most common and dangerous roof for firefighters. This video explains the
                                  types and construction, three ways they can collapse, protection, firefighter
                                  falls, slope or pitch, most dangerous surfaces, and safety procedures.
                    o     v.3: Truss Roof Collapse [21 min.]
                                  Truss roofs are the cause of more deaths and serious injuries, and their use
                                  is increasing. Case studies, definitions and term, lightweight and timber
                                  trusses, construction features, conflicting size-ups, and safe operating
                                  procedures.
                    o     v.4: Floor Collapse [21 min.]
                                  The most deadly structural failure. On-scene account and case study analysis
                                  of tragic examples of floor collapse, floor deck failure, floor beam support, floor
                                  systems, warning signs of collapse, and firefighter evacuation.
                    o     v.5: Wood Frame building Collapse [17 min.]
                                  Most common U.S. building. Types, kinds of collapse and causes, fire spread,
                                  case studies, special dangers, porch and chimney collapse, and protection.
VHS 936       Fire Concepts [20:08 min.]
                  Fire Prevention Association, FL-46VH.
VHS 938       Fire: Countdown to Disaster [16:16 min.]                                                                    Instructor's Guide
                  Fire growth is demonstrated through animated sequences and a full-scale test burn of a bedroom. The stages of the
                  fire are discussed in detail to show how fire develops. Lethal products of fire--smoke, flame, and heat--are identified
                  and examined. …Fire Prevention Association, 1991: FL-68.
VHS 937       Fire in America [30 min.]
                  Fire Prevention Association, FL-54.
VHS 930       Fire Power [17:16 min.]                                                                                 Instructor's Guide
                  Fire Power is an accurate film documentation of what happens as fire develops and spreads
                  throughout a house. The film shows the power and speed of an uncontrolled fire. The objectives
                  are to (1) motive the audience to view fire as a serious threat, and (2) focus the attention of the
                  audience on the need for smoke detectors, escape plans and immediate evacuation in the event of
                  a fire. … Fire Prevention Association, 1986.
DVD 68        Flashover! [20 min.]
                  Flashover is both dramatic and deadly. Learn from Deputy Chief Vincent Dunn (Ret.), FDNY, when
                  flashover occurs and safety techniques that can prevent or delay this dangerous event.
                  FireEngineering, Pennwell, 2006.
Reserve VHS   Principles - Fire Pump Operation & Maintenance [30 min.]
                  Waterous Company, South St. Paul, MN
DVD 88        Pumping Apparatus (Driver/Operator) [5 disc series, Action Training Systems, 2003]
                  Safe operation of emergency vehicles [17 min.]; Positioning apparatus [20 min.]; Operating fire pumps [19 min.];
                  Apparatus inspection & maintenance [17 min.]; Water shuttle & relay pumping [17 min.]

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 424          Achieving excellence
 419          Advanced technology auditorium: Portable technology unit, Interactive video
                classroom. 1992.

               Applied Communication: [shelved in wall cabinet]
                  Competency-based print and video were designed to help high school and other
                  students develop and refine career-related reading, writing, listening, speaking,
                  problem-solving, visual, and nonverbal communication skills. 1988.
 447-1        Communicating in the workplace (Module 1) [25 min.]                                        Instructor's Kit
 447-2        Using problem-solving strategies (Module 3) [21 min.]                                      Instructor's Kit
 447-3        Communicating with co-workers (Module 5) [22 min.]                                         Instructor's Kit
 447-4        Participating in groups (Module 6) [16 min.]                                               Instructor's Kit
 447-5        Following and giving directions (Module 7) [26 min.]                                       Instructor's Kit
               Becoming a Master Student: Dave Ellis. Newer ones are 7 ed.                       th
                  Series of empowerment and self-development techniques for students on learning to make choices,
                  working toward goals, making plans, and taking on responsibilities and commitments.
 371 c1, c2   What do you want?: An introduction to a student success course [7 min.]
                  An introduction to a college success class which uses Becoming a Master Student/David B.
                  Ellis (Houghton Mifflin, c1993), presented largely through student testimonials. 1993.
 372 c1, c2, c3 Be here now: Power process #2               [20 min.]
                  Part of a series based on workshops conducted by Ellis, designed to help students
                  improve their performance. 1988.
370-1         Bias awareness in a multicultural world-Part 1                    [25 min.]
                  This inquiry into bias and prejudice is designed to help students make the transition from secondary
                  to higher education. Part 1 asks the student to examine his own biases. Part 2 presents information
                  and strategies for dealing with cultural and ethnic biases. College Survival Series. 1991.
370-2         Bias awareness in a multicultural world-Part 2 [25 min.]
375           Capturing student attention: An involving course structure (mind maps). 1988. [33 min.]
376           Course overview: What's in it for you? 1988. [21 min.]
857 c1, c2    Embracing Diversity [28 min.]
380           Find a bigger problem: Power process #11. 1988. [16 min.]
373           Find a bigger problem – Or a Smaller One. 1994. [10 min.]
855 c1, c2    Ideas are tools. 1994. [10 min.]
457           I Create It All [10 min.] & Planning sets you free. [10 min.] (copy)
???           I Create It All [10 min.]
858 c1, c2    Muscle Reading [28 min.]
856 c1, c2    Planning sets you free. 1994. [10 min.]
377           Student sharing and conversation. 1988. [22 min.]
378           Test-taking strategies. 1990. [26 min.]
379           Time management. 1990. [25 min.]
381           Stress management. 1988. [21 min.]
374           You create it all (Interpersonal communication & psychology): Power process #5. 1994. [27 min.]

 418           A Commitment to Quality (Concern for Indiana Higher Education). 1990.
 475          (An   introduction to the) deaf community [25 min.]
                  Provides a basic overview of the culture of Deaf people and American sign language in
                  America. Designed to debunk stereotypes, and provide information about national and
                  international organizations of and for Deaf people. 1993.

 484          Distance learning primer             [20 min.]
                  Highlights the U.S. Department of Education's Star Schools programs to present an introduction to
                  distance learning, including information about the technologies, applications, programs, and
                  resources available. 1994.


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425           Effective teaching for dyslexics: Effective teaching for all students                             [37 min.]
                  This videotape identifies various implications of dyslexia for college students. The major thesis of
                  the videotape is that effective teaching for dyslexic college students benefits all students, as well as
                  dyslexic students. 1988.


 302          How to use the Reader's Guide [18 min.] -- not useful currently
                  Within a school media center setting and using typical research problems, the program shows
                  step by step how to locate articles in the guide by subject and author. 1987.

 308          A Picture of success [13 min.]
                  Introduces Pat Buckley Moss, an artist with dyslexia, and her program to help children with
                  learning disabilities discover a sense of confidence and picture of success for themselves.
                  1993.

 416           Politics of remediation: How successful colleges meet new challenges
 688          Public speaking [60 min.]
                  (No-brainers) Presents information that will give you tools to deliver speech with confidence, guide
                  you through speech writing process from start to finish, and help overcome #1 fear of Americans:
                  speaking in public. [Anderson VHS 601; Marion VHS 055] 1998.

 408           Smart solutions for managing your time: How to get more done in less
                 time [40 min.]
                  Presents proven, step-by-step strategies for making your time more rewarding and
                  profitable, including ways to prioritize the tasks at hand, how to control interruptions at
                  work and keys to combating procrastination. 1992.

               Teaching Excellence:
 420          Teaching: The art of having fun                 [27 min.]
                  The style of lecturing in the class supports the theory that teaching and learning can be fun, not
                  only for the students but for the instructors. (Telecast over the CCSN on 2/27/91)
 417          Teaching Excellence, 2nd program

               Tutor's Guide: [52 min. each]
                  Presents principles of peer tutoring and strategies for achieving the primary goal of fostering student
                  independence. 1986.
 407-1        Introduction, First session, Tutorial plan, Diagnosis and Socratic method
 407-2        Diagnosis through observation, Tutoring learning skills, Managing group
                 tutorials, Tutor as counselor
 407-3        Bridging cultural gaps, Tutoring physical sciences, Tutoring social
                 sciences, Tutoring humanities
 407-4        Tutoring the writing process, Tutoring ESL

 644          A tutor's workshop: Students with learning disabilities                          [60 min.]
                  Instructs peer tutors on helping students with learning disabilities, using techniques appropriate to the
                  particular disability. 1995.

 527          Understanding the basics of the Medicare program                            [29 min.]
                  Medicare 101--Instructional Video. Part A. Hospital coverage / Part B. Medical coverage. 1997.


 730           Voices: Preparing counselors to serve diverse students                          [35 min.]                      Guide
                  Discusses how people develop self images and beliefs about others, and how they can learn to
                  relate to people of other cultures. Fort Collins, CO: Colorado State University, 1991. [Subjects:
                  Self-perception, Intercultural communication; Cross-cultural counseling]


 410          Your best business partner: The public library [35 min.]
                  Describes how to use the public library to locate information that can be worth thousands of
                  dollars to you. Lists the major directories and guides available in most large public libraries.
                  (Taped at Brody Resource Library) 1993.




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              Careers

 CAR 001 V    A Career in Ophthalmic Medical Assisting (3 copies)
 CAR 002 V    Commonwealth Insurance
               Career Strategies--from job hunting to moving up (with Marilyn Moats Kennedy) 1986:
 324-2        Making contacts: The power of networking
                  About networking or making contacts as a career strategy
 324-5        Negotiating competitive salaries and benefits
                  About negotiating competitive salaries and benefits as a career strategy.
 324-6        Moving up (Career strategies)
                  How to achieve upward mobility on the job.

 589          Careers in construction 1997 [25 min.]
                  An interactive discussion between industry experts and students on career opportunities,
                  apprenticeships and college & vocational training.

               Careers interactive video library:
 657          Health service careers [50 min.]
                  Contains: medical assistant, physical therapy assistant, occupational therapy assistant, pharmacy
                  assistant, and dispensing optician. 1994.
 658          Careers in allied health I [60 min.]
                  Covers: speech pathologist, audiologist, animal health technician, dental assistant, physical therapist,
                  surgical technologist, nuclear medicine technologist, occupational therapist, dietitian, and paramedic. 1995.
 659          Careers in allied health II [48 min.]
                  Covers: clinical lab technologist, dental lab technician, medical record technician, recreational therapist,
                  and radiologic technologist. 1995.
 660          Physicians & health practitioners careers [60 min.]
                  Covers: chiropractor, dentist, optometrist, oral surgeon, pharmacist, physician, registered nurse,
                  surgeon,
                  veterinarian. 1995.

 563          Electronic Portfolios [Making portfolios workshop]                                                          Workshop
                  Kappa Delta Pi, International Convocation, Nov.6-9, 1997, presenting efficient,                         presentation
                  accurate, invaluable tool for students, faculty, supervisors, and employers to record                   booklet
                  achievements, personal profiles, & information required by colleges & employers.

 317           Employment interview
 590           An evening with Abraham Lincoln: Discover Lincoln's secrets of leadership,
                 high achievement, and self-improvement [60 min.]
                  World-renowned personality Gene Griessman transforms himself and portrays Lincoln in some
                  of great events of all time: Gettysburg Address, Ford's Theatre, Civil War. 1996.

 603          Excellence files [86 min.]                                                                                   Workbook &
                  Presents profiles of 8 companies recognized for innovative business management                          Action Guide
                  techniques: Southwest Airlines, Defense Personnel Support Center, Timberland, Rubbermaid,
                  Whole Foods Market, USAA, Work Family Directions, and Coca-Cola. 1997.

 550          In-service portfolio development student and professional (Tapes 1-3)
 645          Interviewing skills: A step-by-step microcounseling model [51 min.]                                          Guide
                  Teaches basic interviewing skills for social workers, clinical psychologists, psychiatric nurses,
                  pastors, counselors, and others in the helping professions. 1992.

 646          Interviewing in action: Process and practice [120 min.]
                  Provides numerous short clips in which real-life clinicians from a variety of disciplines demonstrate
                  specific clinical skills with immediacy and realism. 1998.

 648          What do social workers do? [22 min.]
                  Charles Kuralt talks to his father, who was a social worker, and to other social workers about what they do. 1991.




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               Auto emissions explained: 1993.
 532-1        What are emissions? [1] [10 min.]
                  Part 1 of series: Auto emissions explained, answers the question, "What are emissions?"
 532-2        Mechanical emission controls [2]                [10 min.]
                  Part 2 of series: Auto emissions explained, discusses mechanical emission controls.
 532-3        Electronic emission controls [3]              [10 min.]
                  Part 3 of series: Auto emissions explained, discusses electronic emission controls.
 532-4        Troubleshooting emission control devices [4]                     [10 min.]
                  Part 4 of series: Auto emissions explained, discusses troubleshooting emission control devices.
               Automotive air conditioning systems explained:
                  A four video program that examines automobile air conditioning principles, components,
                  controls, and servicing. 1995.
 533-1        Air conditioning principles [1]
 533-2        System components [2]
 533-3        System controls [3]
 533-4        System servicing [4]
               Automotive computer:
                  Describes computers used in automobiles and how they can improve driving ability, fuel
                  economy and emission controls. 1990.
 537-1        Explaining the black box [1] [19 min.]
 537-2        Input: sensors [2] [15 min.]
 537-3        Output: actuators [3] [15 min.]
 537-4        Computer in action [4] [14 min.]
               Automotive engine overhaul: 1992. [20 min. each]
 540-1        Basic principles & troubleshooting [1]
 540-2        Cylinder head removal [2]
 540-3        Short block disassembly [3]
 540-4        Final assembly [4]
               Automotive suspension explained: [15 min. each]
                  These programs provide a comprehensive introduction to the fundamentals of basic
                  suspension systems. 1994.
 534-1        Wheels, tires and balance [1]
 534-2        Suspension systems [2]
 534-3        Steering systems [3]
 534-4        Front end alignment [4]
               Drivability troubleshooting:
                  This three part program demonstrates diagnosis, repair, and customer service for
                  automobile starting problems. 1992.
 539-1        No-start condition [1]
 539-2        No start, no spark [2]
 539-3        No start, no fuel [3]
               Electricity for auto technicians: 1990. [15 min. each]
 535-1        What is electricity? [1]
 535-2        Measuring electricity [2]
 535-3        Electricity in the car [3]
 535-4        Test equipment [4]
 535-5        Electrical troubleshooting [5]




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               Electronics for auto technicians:
                  A detailed series of programs showing how automotive electronics function. 1991.
 536-1        Understanding resistors [1] [19 min.]
 536-2        Inductors and capacitors [2] [17 min.]
 536-3        Understanding semiconductors [3] [15 min.]
 536-4        Understanding transistors [4] [18 min.]
 536-5        Integrated circuits [5] [16 min.]

               (Troubleshooting the) electrical system: [15 min. each]
                  Discusses diagnostic tools, equipment, and service manual for troubleshooting the
                  electrical system. Electric wiring and repair procedures are also discussed. 1993.
 538-1        Digital ohmmeter/voltmeter [1]
 538-2        Service manual and wiring diagrams [2]
 538-3        Short circuits [3]
 538-4        Open circuits and high resistance [4]
 538-5        Wire repair [5]


               Troubleshooting anti-lock brakes: 1996.
 531-1        System similarities & differences [1]
                  Part 1 of series: Troubleshooting anti-lock brakes, deals with system similarities & differences.
 531-2        Maintenance & basic diagnostics [2]
                  Part 2 of series: Troubleshooting anti-lock brakes, deals with maintenance & basic diagnostics.
 531-3        Work orders: Toronado & Taurus [3]
                  Part 3 of series: Troubleshooting anti-lock brakes, deals with work orders: Toronado & Taurus.
 531-4        Work orders: Grand Prix & Bonneville [4]
                  Part 4 of series: Troubleshooting anti-lock brakes, deals with work orders: Grand Prix & Bonnesville.


               Working safely in the automotive shop:
                  This program series is designed to make you aware of general and specific
                  safety practices in the automotive shop. 1997.
 530-1        General safety practices [1] [17 min.]
 530-2        Working safely under the car [2] [20 min.]
 530-3        Working safely on automotive systems [3] [18 min.]
 530-4        Hazardous wastes: laws and procedures for handling and disposal [4]                                 [17 min.]




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 580-2        Brooklyn Bridge (Part of Ken Burn's America series)                          [58 min.]
                  Bridges, Construction; Brooklyn Bridge (New York, NY) 1996/81.


 589          Careers in construction 1997               [25 min.]
                  An interactive discussion between industry experts and students on career opportunities,
                  apprenticeships and college & vocational training.

725           The ABCs of Digital Multimeter Safety [15 min.]
              [variant title: ABCs of DMM safety]
                  Addresses the concerns of contractors, electricians, technicians and engineers who
                  work on electrical systems and run the risk of exposure to potentially fatal transient
                  voltages. Everett, WA: Fluke Corporation, 1998.


               Skyscraper: [58 min. each]
                  A behind-the-scenes look at the design and construction of a New York City
                  skyscraper, Worldwide Plaza, from a hold in the ground to a 47-story tower. 1990.
 522-1        Rock and paper [Skyscraper, 1]
 522-2        Time and money [Skyscraper, 2]
 522-3        Steel and stone [Skyscraper, 3]
 522-4        Copper and diamond [Skyscraper, 4]
 522-5        High and higher [Skyscraper, 5]

 927          Building Big: Skyscrapers [60 min.]
                  Shows civil engineering behind large scale construction. Boston: WGBH, 2000.


 928          Collapse: failure by design [26 min.]
                  When builders use innovative materials or designs, sometimes the result is disastrous.
                  Explore the flaws of four structures that failed the test of integrity and collapsed.
                  Bethesda, MD: Discovery Channel School, 2000.

 925          Introduction to geometric dimensioning & tolerancing [54 min.]
                  Analyzes problems with traditional methods of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing. It
                  explains the symbols and terms of tolerancing, examines square and cylindrical tolerance
                  zones, and explains what information the geometric tolerancing method provides. Apple
                  Valley, MN: Sharden Productions (Insight Media, distributor), 1982.

 DVD 80       Building on ground zero [56 min.]
                  Looks back at the events of 9/11 and reviews the major investigations into the causes
                  of the collapse of the World Trade Center. Compares the collapse of the Twin Towers
                  with the destruction of the Alfred P. Murrah building in Oklahoma City. Discusses the
                  structural features and fireproofing methods that made these buildings vulnerable and
                  the costs, practicality, and possibility of completely correcting these weaknesses.
                  Features two new buildings that demonstrate advances in skyscraper safety and
                  construction, World Trade Center 7 and Leslie Robertson's World Financial Center in
                  Shanghai. Boston, WGBH Boston Video, 2006.

 DVD 84       Case studies in environmentally responsible design [90 min.]
                  Case studies include the Audubon Society Headquarters in New York City; The Way
                  Station, Frederick Md.; Rocky Mountain Institute, Snowmass, Colo.; NMB Bank, The
                  Netherlands; West Bend Mutual Insturance Headquarters, West Bend, Wisconsin; and
                  the Greening of Harlem, New York City. American Institute of Architects, 1993.

 DVD 83       Foundations [25 min.]
                  Introduces the strip foundation, which has been used for hundreds of years and is
                  suitable for use with the majority of ground conditions. Also covers rafts, piled
                  foundations, and pier foundations. University of the West of England, Bristol
                  (distributed by Insight Media, NY), 2004.

 DVD #--      Avoid The Heat: Fire Prevention In Construction [15 min.]
                  A comprehensive look at the basics of fire prevention in the construction industry: Proper
                  housekeeping; Three elements needed for a fire to exist including ignition sources, source of
                  fuel, and oxygen; Fire extinguishers.



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DVD #--       From Rock to Sand to Muck: All the Dirt on Soil [63 min.]
                  Soil, the loose unconsolidated material which we take for granted at the surface of the earth,
                  will never again seem ordinary after "From Rock To Sand To Muck: All The Dirt On Soils."
                  Geologist Norman Lasca literally gets his hands into his subject as he works with what he
                  calls "one of the most important resources we have on the planet." The Science Bag, Blue
                  Sky Associates, 2002.




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 556          1996 TechNews Tips: VT 158
                  Brings specific answers to specific questions. Compilation of over 150 tips from
                  TechNews Volume 2, Numbers 1 through 4. Specific chassis and models covered are
                  listed on tape box (TVs, CD players, PTVs, Combis, VCRs, Audio, Monitors). 1996.

 725          The ABCs of Digital Multimeter Safety [15 min.]
              [variant title: ABCs of DMM safety]
                  Addresses the concerns of contractors, electricians, technicians and engineers who
                  work on electrical systems and run the risk of exposure to potentially fatal transient
                  voltages. Everett, WA: Fluke Corporation, 1998.


 557          Basic oscilloscope operation: VT 136
                  Offered to assist average technician in "how" & "why" of oscilloscope usage. In
                  consumer electronic repair, it is most helpful equipment for evaluation of failures.
                  Covers:calibration, single & dual trace operation, triggering, simple waveform evaluation.


 512          Building the virtual LAN [65 min.]                                                                      Workbook
                  Explains what virtual networks are, examines emerging technologies for creating
                  virtual topologies, and looks at the management issues that must be faced. 1994.


 680          Extreme machines: Incredible robots [47 min.]
                  Demonstrates the quick evolution of robots, showing how mobility sets the stage for the development
                  of intelligence. Predicts future uses of robots. 1999.

 493          From micros to monsters / System analysis and design [60 min.]
                  A survey of electronic data, computer hardware and software systems, and developments that will
                  provide the basis for further advancements in data processing. (This tape includes parts 13 and 14
                  of a 26 part series: The New Literacy.) 1988.


513           Fundamentals of Token-Ring LANs [60 min.]                                                               Workbook
                  Examines concepts behind the construction of Token-Ring networks, how they
                  operate and are expanded and how they can be connected to other LANs and
                  the corporate WAN. 1994.

 345          Introductory Electronic Devices and Circuits [ Missing ]

               Networking series:
 491-1        Networking series: Basic elements [60 min.]
                  The basics -- The fundamental problem: moving bits -- Organizing the bits: protocols -- Organizing
                  the protocols: architectures -- Agreeing on architectures and protocols: standards -- Making
                  connections -- What is being connected -- Ways to connect: … 1995.
 491-2        Building internets with Netware [60 min.]
                  As more PCs become connected to LANs, LAN internetworking becomes a vital element of enterprise
                  computing. Program will discuss the design and implementation of LAN internetworks based on
                  NetWare and related products, and the strategies for making … 1994.
 491-3        Principles of TCP/IP [61 min.]
                  Program provides an introduction to the structure and functions of the TCP/IP suite, and explains
                  the major mechanisms of TCP/IP. Also discusses the major issues involved in using TCP/IP in
                  future networks. 1996.
 491-4        Fundamentals of Ethernet LANs [49 min.]
                  This video seminar presents the different types of "Ethernet" networks, their construction, operation,
                  utilization, and interconnection. 1996.




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 759           Learning i-Net+ [ 4 videocassettes; 6 hours]                                                              Study Guides
                  Chad Petersen. Provo, Utah : KeyStone Learning Systems, c2000. This certification learning
                  course is the basis of any Internet-related profession. KeyStone's i-Net+ learning course will help
                  you master Internet basics and help you develop the strong foundation you need for a successful
                  career in today's fast-paced business world.

                   Level 1/Tape 1      4.0 Basic Networking Concepts [61 min.]
                                       5.0 Basic Internet Concepts [17 min.]
                                       6.0 Protocols [25 min.]
                   Level 2/Tape 2      5.0 Servers [25 min.]
                                       6.0 Internet Clients [28 min.]
                                       7.0 Internet Client Configuration and Usage [39 min.]
                                       8.0 Internet Search Engines [10 min.]
                   Level 3/Tape 3      4.0 Network Security [22 min.]
                                       5.0 Internet Development [36 min.]
                                       6.0 Internet Site Design [31 min.]
                   Level 4/Tape 4      10.0 Internet Troubleshooting [45 min.]
                                       11.0 Business Concepts [20 min.]



925           Introduction to geometric dimensioning & tolerancing [54 min.]
                  Analyzes problems with traditional methods of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing. It
                  explains the symbols and terms of tolerancing, examines square and cylindrical tolerance
                  zones, and explains what information the geometric tolerancing method provides. Apple
                  Valley, MN: Sharden Productions (Insight Media, distributor), 1982.


515           Privacy & the global information infrastructure [label: Computers,
              freedom & privacy] [96 min.]
                  Recorded at the 6th Conference on Computers, Freedom & Privacy, March 1996 at MIT,
                  sponsored by MIT and World Wide Web Consortium; Panelists: Peter J. Hustling, Paul
                  Andre Comeau, Cristine Varney, Colin J. Bennett. 1996.


 514          Real-time systems design lecture [60 min.]                                                     Study guide; final exam;
                  An IEEE/EAB self-study course, with diskette. 1995.                                        IEEE Recommended
                                                                                                             Practice
 672          Robots rising [100 min.]
                  Explores the frontiers of robot technology from their idealistic development and
                  application to their darker side, the potential for abuse and disturbing implications of
                  autonomous, semi-autonomous and remote-operated machines. 1998.

 516          Silicon run       [30 min.]
                  Explains how integrated circuits work. Takes the viewer through the integrated circuit
                  manufacturing process or the "silicon run." 1986.

 575          Smart connections to the world: Telecom '95 keynote address by
              Intel CEO Dr. Andrew S. Grove
                  As title indicates, Telecom '95.


               Triumph of the nerds: An irreverent history of the PC industry: 1996. [51 min. each]
 509          Impressing their friends [v1]
                  Covers pioneering years of PC revolution during mid-1970's in Silicon Valley. Includes Altair
                  8800, Homebrew Computer Club, West Coast Computer Faire and hippie culture, nerds and
                  hobbyists. Steve Wozniak eventually spawns Apple II, while Steve Jobs, …
 510          Riding the bear [v2]
                  Explains how PC industry came of age in 1980s. Includes interviews with Bill Gates of
                  Microsoft,
                  IBM's decision to "buy, not build" PC technology, introduction of IBM's PC into the U.S. Market
                  followed rapidly by clones, shaky co-operation …Windows.
 511          Great artists steal [v3]
                  Examines changes in PC industry during 1990s and their impact on future. Includes
                  introduction of Windows 95, satellite links and Xerox PARC, user friendly technology adopted
                  by Steve Jobs for Macintosh. … Graphical User Interface (GUI) … Internet.




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DVD 040       Triumph of the Nerds [1 videodisc (3 programs), 165 min.]
                  Vol.1: Impressing their friends -- Covers the pioneering years of the PC revolution during the mid-1970's in
                  Silicon Valley. Vol. 2: Riding the Bear -- Explains how the PC industry came of age in the 1980's.
                  Interviews Steve Jobs who co-founded Apple Computer and Bill Gates of Microsoft. Vol. 3: Great Artists
                  Steal -- Looks at changes in the PC industry during the 1990's and their impact on the future. Discusses
                  the Graphical User Interface (GUI) and the Internet. Written and presented by Bob Cringely. Ambrose
                  Video Publishing, 2002.


                Nerds 2.0.1: A brief history of the Internet. 1998. [60 min. each] Sequel to the
                   1996 hit Triumph of the Nerds, Bob Cringely, a self-proclaimed nerd and industry gossip
                   columnist, leads viewers through the ins and outs of one of the most exciting and volatile
                   industries on the planet – the Internet.
 848          Networking the Nerds [v1]
                  In this episode, we learn how the seeds of the Internet were planted by Uncle Sam and how we
                  owe it all to Sputnik. In reaction to Russia‘s leap ahead in technology, President Eisenhower
                  and the Pentagon developed a new agency called ARPA. Developed by a small
                  Massachusetts company BB&N, ARPAnet was created to connect computer researchers at
                  universities across the nation. In nine months flat, the technology was invented, built and
                  installed on time and on budget – and this was a government project?
 849          Serving the Suits [v2]
                  This second episode examines the advent of the PC and the need to connect them all to a
                  network. But first someone had to figure out how to do it. That guy was Bob Metcalfe, founder
                  of 3Com. As the market for networking evolved the battle began in earnest; 3Com, Sun, Novell,
                  Cisco and Microsoft entered the market creating a civil war and billion-dollar partnerships.
 850          Wiring the World [v3]
                  In this final episode we visit Excite, a typical Silicon Valley entrepreneurial adventure. Then we
                  unlock the making of the World Wide Web, created by Tim Berners-Lee in Geneva, who made
                  "http://www" the star it is today. While the World Wide Web was making the Internet available
                  to more people, it still wasn't a friendly experience. Netscape and Microsoft changed all that so
                  the Internet has become a 24-hour a day medium where people can do business, chat and go
                  shopping.




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HVAC DVDs (not yet cataloged, but on reserve shelf):
 DVD #--          Air Conditioner Fundamentals [16:09 min.]
                   A presentation of refrigeration systems as they relate to central air conditioning and room air
                   conditioners. Color animated graphics show the operation of a room air conditioner refrigeration
                   system, the complete refrigeration cycle and explains how the components work together to
                   accomplish the refrigeration process. HVAC/R AND APPLIANCE SERVICING Made Simple
                   (HA006-TR12). The Training Source.
 DVD #--          Condensing Gas Furnaces [45 min.]
                   Condensing Gas Furnace operation, troubleshooting and disassembly is easy after viewing this
                   training program. An in-depth explanation of fundamentals, basic operation and a complete step
                   by step troubleshooting aid makes this video a must have for the heating and air conditioning
                   technician. HVAC/R AND APPLIANCE SERVICING Made Simple (HA009-TR21). The Training
                   Source.
 DVD #--          Psychrometrics: Fundamentals of Air Flow [21 or 26 min.]
                   If you don't know what psychrometrics is and you are in the heating and air conditioning
                   business, you'd better get this video. A complete guide to determining air flow and heating and
                   air conditioning requirements for system installations. HVAC/R AND APPLIANCE SERVICING
                   Made Simple (HA010-TR14). The Training Source.
 DVD #--          Troubleshooting Tips for Heat Pumps [42 min.]
                   A technical, step-by-step guide for the typical problems encountered while servicing, including
                   electrical and various component failures. Information on method operation, door reversal,
                   servicing electrical components and accessing sealed system components are included.
                   HVAC/R AND APPLIANCE SERVICING Made Simple (HA012-TR19). The Training Source.

VHS #--           Basic Electrical Safety In The Workplace [10 min.]                                                    Guide
                         Train and motivate employees to avoid danger: Static electricity and high voltage wires;
                         Shock prevention: inspection, ground wiring, double insulation, no cheater plugs, care
                         around liquids; Cord safety: tripping and wear hazards, inspection, match cord to
                         equipment, fire and explosion hazards. The Training Network (0500), 1996.

DVD 056        Gas furnaces (HVAC program)
                   Provides essential information for gas furnace service technicians. Reviews furnace coponents in depth along with
                   critical set-up information. Emphasis is placed on understanding the sequence of operation of the equipment being
                   serviced. Covers four different ignition systems (HIS, DSI, HSP, and Spark to Pilot) along with diagnostic
                   procedures on each. Axxess Media Interactive, 2004.


                   Gas metal arc welding basic                                                                         Instructor's
                   Presents a step-by-step explanation of the basic skills required for welding with fine               Guide;
                   electrode wire on mild carbon steel. 1997.                                                           workbook
 675-1        Gas metal arc welding basic                [32 min.]
                    1. Gas Metal Arc Welding Basic, Course Overview (2:25)
                    2. Introduction to Gas Metal Arc Welding (10:35)
                    3. Safety & Health of Welders (19:14)
 675-2         Gas metal arc welding basic                [35 min.]
                    4.   Installation, Setup & Maintenance of Equipment (15:36)
                    5.   Surfacing Welds, Flat Position (6:46)
                    6.   Square Groove & Fillet Welds, Butt, Lap & T-Joints, Flat Position (8:41)
                    7.   Square Groove & Fillet Welds, Butt, Lap & T-Joints, Horizontal Position (6:02)
 675-3        Gas metal arc welding basic [35 min.]
                    8.   The Quality of Welds (8:30)
                    9.   Square Groove & Fillet Welds, Butt, Lap & T-Joints, Vertical Position, Down (5:05)
                   10.   Square Groove & Fillet Welds, Butt, Lap & T-Joints, Vertical Position, Up (3:59)
                   11.   Metal Transfer & Shielding Gases (11:29)
                   12.   Square Groove & Fillet Welds, Butt, Lap & T-Joints, Overhead Position (3:50)
 675-4        Gas metal arc welding basic [35 min.]
                   13.   Single V-Groove Weld, Butt Joint, Horizontal Position (6:03)
                   14.   Single V-Groove Weld, Butt Joint, Horizontal Position, Guided Bend Test (4:59)
                   15.   Single V-Groove Weld, Butt Joint, Vertical Position Down (3:53)
                   16.   Single V-Groove Weld, Butt Joint, Vertical Position Down, Guided Bend Test (2:43)
                   17.   Single V-Groove Weld, Butt Joint, Vertical Position Up (2:17)
 675-5        Gas metal arc welding basic                [35 min.]
                   18.   Single V-Groove Weld, Butt Joint, Flat Position (2:56)
                   19.   Single V-Groove Weld, Butt Joint, Overhead Position (2:48)
                   20.   Fillet Welds, Lap & T-Joints, Horizontal Position (4:07)
                   21.   Fillet Welds, Lap & T-Joints, Vertical Position Down (1:57)
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675-6         Gas metal arc welding basic                [35 min.]
                  22. Fillet Welds, Lap Joints, Flat Position with Spray Transfer (4:27)
                  23. Fillet Welds, Lap Joints, Horizontal Position with Spray Transfer (2:27)
                  24. Single V-Groove Weld, Flat Position, with Spray Transfer (4:55)


               General safety video training series
 631-11       Lock-out and tag-out             [20 min.] [See 627]                                                      Guide
                   Deals with lock-out / tag-out procedures in industrial setting. 1985.


               General Safety Video Training Series
 673          Industrial Ergonomics                                                                                     Presenter's Guide


VHS #--         Hand and Power Tool Safety [12-16 min.] [currently on reserve shelf]
                        Teach employees about the potential dangers: Striking tools: eyewear, safe nailing; Tool
                        groups (screwdrivers, wrenches, pliers): good fit, correct positions, match tools to purpose;
                        Power tools: avoiding kickbacks, hand injuries, PPE. Marcom (0270), The Training
                        Network, 1994.

925           Introduction to geometric dimensioning & tolerancing [54 min.]
                  Analyzes problems with traditional methods of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing. It
                  explains the symbols and terms of tolerancing, examines square and cylindrical tolerance
                  zones, and explains what information the geometric tolerancing method provides. Apple
                  Valley, MN: Sharden Productions (Insight Media, distributor), 1982.


               Industrial hydraulic technology: 1992.                                                      Series Instructor's Guide,
 542-1        Physical world of a machine [Lesson 1] [10 min.]                                              Final exam, video text
 542-2        Hydraulic transmission of force and energy [Lesson 2] [13 min.]
 542-3        Petroleum base and fire resistant hydraulic fluid [Lessons 3&4] [21 min.]
 542-4        Operation at the suction side of a pump [Lesson 5] [14 min.]
 542-5        Hydraulic actuators [Lesson 6] [19 min.]
 542-6        Control of hydraulic energy [Lesson 7] [19 min.]
 542-7        Accumulators and cylinders [Lesson 8] [21 min.]
 542-8        Flow control valves [Lesson 9] [20 min.]
 542-9        Directional control valves [Lesson 10] [27 min.]
 542-10       Pressure control valves [Lesson 11] [20 min.]
 542-11       Pilot operated pressure control valves [Lesson 12] [17 min.]
 542-12       Hydraulic pumps [Lesson 13] [24 min.]
 542-13       Hydraulic motors [Lesson 14] [19 min.]
 542-14       Reservoirs, coolers and filters [Lesson 15] [19 min.]




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                   Industrial Maintenance Hydraulics & Electricity Series:
                  (Industrial/Automotive) [Calhoun, KY: NIMCO Productions, 1991]
                  [Subject: Industrial equipment—Maintenance and repair]

 706-1            Tape 1: Ball Bearings [15 min.]
 706-2            Tape 2: Roller Bearings [10 min.]
 706-3            Tape 3: Mounted Bearing Selection [20 min.]
 706-4            Tape 4: Ball Bearing Maintenance & Failure Analysis [20 min.]
 706-5            Tape 5: Spherical Roller Bearing Installation & Maintenance [14 min.]
 706-6            Tape 6: Mechanical Variable Speed Drives [20 min.]
 706-7            Tape 7: Clutches and Brakes [18 min.]
 706-8            Tape 8: Gear Reducer Selection [15 min.]
 706-9            Tape 9: Gear Reducers [20 min.]
 706-10           Tape 10: Conveyor Components [15 min.]
 706-11           Tape 11: Shaft Coupling Selection
 706-12           Tape 12: Shaft Couplings
 706-13           Tape 13: Roller Chains & Sprockets [20 min.]
 706-14           Tape 14: Roller Chain Drive Selection [18 min.]
 706-15           Tape 15: Roller Chain Drive Installation & Maintenance
 706-16           Tape 16: V-Belts & Sheaves [20 min.]
 706-17           Tape 17: V-Belt Drive Selection
 706-18           Tape 18: V-Belt Drive Installation
 706-19           Tape 19: Synchronous Belt Drives
 706-20           Tape 20: Anti-Friction Bearing Lubrication
 706-21           Tape 21: Basic Machine Lubrication [19 min.]
 706-22           Tape 22: Basic Electricity [18 min.]
 706-23           Tape 23: Common Electrical Test Meters [14 min.]
 706-24           Tape 24: AC Motor Options & Variations [15 min.]
 706-25           Tape 25: AC Variable Speed Drive Controllers
 706-26           Tape 26: DC Motors & Variable Speed Controls [20 min.]
 706-27           Tape 27: Electric Motors [23 min.]
 706-28           Tape 28: Power Transmission Physics [20 min.]
 706-29           Tape 29: Power Transmission Service Factors [15 min.]

 890:1-12        Industrial pneumatic technology [12 videocassettes]                     [289 min.] Instructor's Guide
                    Introduces basic principle of pneumatics; also components found in industrial
                    pneumatic systems and various applications. (other set at 681)
                    Tape 1: Lessons 1&2—Force Trans Thru a Fluid
                    Tape 2: Lesson 3—Energy Trans Using Pneu System
                    Tape 3: Lesson 4—Control of Pneumatic Energy
                    Tape 4: Lesson 5—Compressors
                    Tape 5: Lesson 6—Aftercoolers, Driers, Receivers/Air Distribution
                    Tape 6: Lesson 7 (Part I) —Check Valves, Cylinders & Motors
                    Tape 7: Lesson 7 (Part II) —Check Valves, Cylinders & Motors
                    Tape 8: Lesson 8 (Part I) —Directional Control Valves
                    Tape 9: Lesson 8 (Part II) —Directional Control Valves
                    Tape 10: Lesson 9—Flow Control Valves, Silencers & Quick Exhausts
                    Tape 11: Lesson 10—Regulators, Excess Flow Valves, Boosters, Sequence Valves
                    Tape 12: Lesson 11—Air Preparation

 627             Lock Out - Tag Out           [18 min.] [See 631-11]
                    Part 1 covers safety and regulations for hazardous energy; part 2 discusses the specifics of the Code of Federal
                    Regulations, Part 10: Control of hazardous energy sources. 1993.


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               Machine-Shop Practice:
 DVD017       Fundamentals of machine lathe operation. Rudy Kouhoupt. [93 min.]                                     Instructor's Guide
                   Introduction—Supporting work in the lathe—Tools and tool holders—Speeds and feed
                   charts—Make a boring bar holder. Traverse City, MI: New Life Video Productions, 1995.
 DVD016       Operating a horizontal milling machine. Rudy Kouhoupt. [150 min.]                                     Instructor's Guide
                   Introduction—Principles of operation—Making a special fixture. Demonstration of and
                   instruction in usage of the Atlas horizontal mill, with cutting tool descriptions and plans.
                   Traverse City, MI: New Life Video Productions, 1998.


                Manufacturing technology:
 565          Introduction to manufacturing technology. 1995.                          [16 min.]
 566          Manufacturing systems. 1994. [17 min.]
 567          Manufacturing resources. 1994. [18 min.]
 568          Manufacturing processes. 1994. [15 min.]

               Manufacturing Process Videos:
902           Customer Focused Manufacturing [27 min.]
                  ―This program examines ―customer focused manufacturing‖ at Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation, and the
                  diverse management techniques they used to improve an already successful company. Milwaukee
                  successfully transformed their manufacturing system to a more flexible, short lead-time system by adopting
                  cellular manufacturing, kiazen, and Just-In-Time production techniques. In the process, they realized
                  remarkable improvements I productivity and profitability. …‖ SME (Society of Manufacturing Engineers).
892           Cutting metal [19 min.]
                  Methods used during manufacturing of products. Writer and producer, John Davis. Classroom Video, 2002.
900           Fastening & Assembly [20 min.]
                  ―The assembly of components and subassemblies into functional products is performed throughout
                  manufacturing. This program focuses on the primary fasteners and assembly processes used, and includes
                  sections on: mechanical fastening, adhesive bonding and automated assembly. Examines: Integral Fasteners,
                  Threaded Fasteners, Non-Threaded Fasteners, Stapling.‖ Fundamental Manufacturing Processes series,
                  SME (Society of Manufacturing Engineers).
891           Forming & shaping metal [22 min.]
                  A presentation of Classroom Video; writer and producer, John Davis, 2002.
895           Forming of Plastics: Part A [29 min.]
                  Insight Media, 1999.
896           Forming of Plastics: Part B [29 min.]
                  Insight Media, 1999.
894           Glass and ceramics [23 min.]
                  Demonstrates two glass-making techniques—glassblowing and stained glass windows. Also discusses
                  industrial ceramics and increased use of glass in architecture. Films for the Humanities, 1993.
897           Heat Treating [30 min.]
                  ―Heat treating processes are some of the most widely-used and versatile in manufacturing, and are employed
                  primarily to harden and strengthen metals and alloys. To highlight the benefits of heat treating, numerous
                  animations, phase diagrams, and photomicrographs are featured.‖ Video focuses on: Through-Hardening
                  Processes, Surface-Hardening Processes, Softening Processes, and Metal and Alloy Crystal Structures.
                  Fundamental Manufacturing Processes series, SME (Society of Manufacturing Engineers).
893           How a factory works [31 min.]
                  Focusing on how cooker manufacturer Leisure Consumer Products introduced a new production process and
                  a new way of working, this video illustrates the various components of the manufacturing process, including
                  design, batch production, stockpiling, flow production, lean manufacturing, ―just-in-time‖ techniques, and
                  teamwork. TV Choice, 2001.
887           Iron and Steel [15 min.]
                  Describes the raw materials and processes used in the production of iron and steel; blast furnace, coke,
                  Bessemer, electric furnace. Classroom Video, 1997.
901           Manufacturing Processes [15 min.]
                  ―Processing takes materials and turns them into finished products. It includes casting, molding, forming,
                  separating, conditioning, assembling, and finishing. Each area is examined and explained. A brief discussion
                  is also given of the properties of manufacturing materials (mechanical, physical, thermal, chemical, electrical,
                  optical, and acoustical).‖ Meridian Education Corporation, 2003.




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888           Metal casting: die casting [29 min.]
                  Training video showing six die casting processes. It outlines the advantages, limitations and areas of
                  applications of each process. Included are gravity casting, tilt casting, low pressure die casting, high
                  pressure hot chamber die casting, high pressure cold chamber die casting, and squeeze casting. The
                  processes are fully explained with the aid of computer graphics. ASM International, 1997.
889           Metal casting: sand moulds [28 min.]
                  Training video showing the various processes used to produce metal casting. It outlines the advantages,
                  limitations and areas of application of casting processes, using sand/investment moulds. The processes
                  covered include jobbing moulding [British spelling], rapid prototyping, pit moulding, hot and cold box
                  moulding, lost wax, evaporative foam, shell mould, Hunter and Disamatic moulding machine processes.
                  ASM International, 1996.
898           Powder Metallurgy [23 min.]
                  ―Powder metallurgy is a metalworking technology used for producing parts from metal powder. Its primary
                  advantages include part design flexibility and the ability to produce net or near-net shaped parts using
                  various processes.‖ Video focuses on: Mechanical pressing of powder, Metal injection molding, Hot & cold
                  isostatic pressing, Metal powder production methods. Fundamental Manufacturing Processes series, SME
                  (Society of Manufacturing Engineers).
899           Welding [29 min.]
                  ―Welding is a common method of joining metals, and is used in many different industrial applications. This
                  program covers the most common welding processes, arranging them into two major categories: Fusion
                  welding processes, Solid-state welding processes. The fusion welding section features segments on a wide
                  variety of arc welding processes and resistance welding processes, as well as sections on laser beam
                  welding and electron beam welding. The solid-state welding section details the friction welding and
                  ultrasonic welding processes. Joint design, joint edge shape and joint preparation are also highlighted.‖
                  Fundamental Manufacturing Processes series, SME (Society of Manufacturing Engineers).


               Protecting your safety and health in the plant 1992. [15 min. each]
 631-1        Introduction to safety
 631-2        Recognizing hazards
 631-3        Working safely
 631-4        Handling materials safely
 631-5        Using machinery safely
 631-6        Personal protective equipment
 631-7        Electrical safety
 631-8        Fire protection
 631-9        Other hazards
 631-10       Government safety regulations

DVD 003        Red Green: Stuffed and Mounted Six-Pack [6 videodiscs, 200 minutes each]
                  Originally released as television programs from 1993-2000. Based on characters created by Steve Smith and Rick
                  Green. Vol.1: Wind-powered boat; Salt and pepper shakers; Maple syrup; Fire brigade; Beef project; Badger
                  project; Network deal; Science fair. Vol.2: Car pool; Owl project; Men‘s night on the mountain; Sedgwick the tenant;
                  Winter carnival; Mad about you; Too much information; No duct tape. Vol.3: Spawning grounds; Beer project;
                  Driving test; Driving lesson; Town mall; Life cycle; Auto club; Damn you emu. Vol. 4: Magnetic Lake; Firewood
                  project; Satellite dish; Tax refund; Outside; Town services contract; Guinness world records; Dandruff Foundation.
                  Vol. 5: Underground parking; Hydrogen project; Father and son banquet; No church ; Good old hockey game;
                  Better to give than receive; Hurricane Doug; Beaver dam. Vol. 6: Tanks we get; Schoolhouse project; New doctor;
                  Petting zoo; Splinter lodge; Mayor race; Battle call; Who wants to be a smart guy.




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               Tom Henry's electrical exam video series:                     [75 min. each]             Various print resources
                  Study-aid designed to prepare electricians for license examinations on 1999            Examinations, questions, etc.
                  National Electric Code. Includes journeyman & master exams. Also useful for
                  instructors who want to teach the code or for engineers & designers who
                  want to understand the code. 1999.
 636-1        The exam
 636-2        Ohm's law theory
 636-3        Voltage drop resistance
 636-4        Ampacity correction factors
 636-5        Motors
 636-6        Cooking equipment demand factors
 636-7        Dwelling residential service sizing
 636-8        Box and conduit sizing
 636-9        Single phase transformers
 636-10       Three phase transformers
 636-11       Commercial multifamily service sizing
 636-12       Motor controls switch connections
 636-13       Conduit Bending

               Troubleshooting hydraulic systems: 1986.
 541-1        Troubleshooting techniques [1] [21 min.]
 541-2        Heat and leakage [2] [24 min.]
 541-3        Contamination [3] [19 min.]
 541-4        Analyzing component failures/faults [4] [22 min.]
 541-5        Applied troubleshooting [5] [21 min.]


 831           W. Edwards Deming: The Prophet of Quality [25 min.]
                  Features personal and intellectual perspective on Deming. Provides understanding and appreciation of the
                  Deming method and explains to workers and managers why the quality philosophy is in their best interests.



               Working safely with electricity: 1992. [50 min. each]
 674-1        Electricity can kill [1]
 674-2        The Shock emergency [2]
 674-3        The Importance of grounding [3]
 674-4        Emergency response [4]




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                                                              Faculty Development Collection

 665          Accommodating students with learning disabilities in colleges and universities
                [20 min.] Addresses ways of altering current teaching methods to accommodate
                  students with learning disabilities and handling students' requests for accommodation. 1996.


 220          Best Practices in Marketing to Adult Students. PBS Satellite Program 1/12/97

 233          CCI – Community College of Indiana Presentation 2-13-01

 216          Conflict Resolution and Communications in the Workplace. Workshop
                 with Roy Winkler. Staff Retreat 10/10/97

 232          Cooperative Learning: Advances in Instruction I

 219          Creating Worked Based Learning Opportunities for All Students. Nov. 6, 1997

DVD 101       Discounted dreams high hopes and harsh realities at America’s community colleges
              / produced by Learning Matters, Inc.
                     PBS Home Video, 60 minutes.


 563          Electronic Portfolios [Making portfolios workshop]                                                 Workshop
                  Kappa Delta Pi, International Convocation, Nov.6-9, 1997, presenting efficient,                presentation
                  accurate, invaluable tool for students, faculty, supervisors, and employers to record          booklet
                  achievements, personal profiles, & information required by colleges & employer


 224          Global Change: A New Web-Based Curriculum for Multi-Disciplinary
              Science Education

 687          How to speak          [45 min.]
                    MIT professor Patrick Wilson gives advice on how college faculty members & teaching
                    assistants can present an effective lecture. Verbally describes principles of effective
                    lecture & demonstrates how to put principles into practice. 1997.


 227          Innovation in 2-year Colleges across the Nation. Dr. J. E. Roueche. 10/20/98

 550          In-service portfolio development, student and professional

 208          ITSC Leadership Academy
                Tape #1: Student Retention & Success
                Tape #2: Continuous Quality Improvement
                Tape #3: Positive Interpersonal Experiences
                Tape #4: Implementing New Programs
                Tape #5: Multimedia in Training & Orientation
 213          Judy Logan: Keynote Address from Women's Week at Ball State University,
              March, 24 1997. A study of developing and teaching a gender-inclusive curriculum.

 214          A Meeting of the Minds: Two Perspectives on New Student Seminars
                      Teleconference              3/25/97

 230          Meeting the Challenge of the ADA, April 27, 1999, Rich
                 Harris, Speaker.



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222           Multicultural Student Organization Diversity Program,
                  featuring speaker Dr. Charles Williams and a diversity
                  workshop. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. January 16, 1998

215           Partners That Work in School-to-Work, PBS Satellite Program 10-9-97

685           Role of the two-year college in economic development
718           Teaching in the Diverse Classroom (37 min.)

207 (1&2)     Teaching The Teacher, 1994 (2-tape series).

200           Uses of Television in College and University Teaching.

454           Women of color in higher education: Too invisible, too silent, for too long
              [120 min.] A provocative and insightful look at the critical issues relevant to the status of
                   women of color, a frequently overlooked segment of our higher education community.
                   1993.



             Additional videos and audiocassettes are available in the Faculty
            Development section. Come to the Library for a complete listing (or
                                       to browse).




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                                                       Appendix A: CD Collection

Music CDs (Muncie):

CD 001      Simply the Best Classical Anthems, Erato (1999)

CD 002      Adagio, Greatest Hits, RCA Victor (1997)

CD 003      Classical Music for People Who Hate Classical Music, RCA Victor (1999)

CD 004      Mozart: Eine Kleine/Etc, Universal Classics (2003)

CD 005      Gershwin: Rhaosody In Blue/Etc, Universal Classics (2003)

CD 006      Shankar: Concerto for Sitar & Orchestra, Ravi Shankar (1987)

CD 007      Tribal Winds: Music From Native American Flutes, EarthBeat (1996)

CD 008      Mad About Baroque, Deutsche Grammophon (1993)

CD 009      Mad About Opera, Deutsche Grammophon (1992)

CD 010      Mad About Romantic Piano, Deutsche Grammophon (1994)

CD 011      Copland, Greatest Hits, RCAVictor (1999)

CD 012      Mozart: OperaticArias, DECCA (1999)

CD 013      American Tribal Music& Dancing, Laserlight (1997)

CD 014      Beethoven: Piano Sonatas, Universal Classics (2003)

CD 015      Mad About Tchaikovsky, Deutsche Grammophon (1993)

CD 016      Holding Up Half the Sky:Voices of Celtic Women, Shanchie (1997)




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                                                        Appendix A: CD Collection
CD-ROM (computer programs) Muncie:

CD 002      Columbia Granger’s World of Poetry (1995)

CD 003      Perfect Resume, Presented by Tom Jackson (1994)

CD 007      World’s Best Poetry on CD (1996)

CD 008      Library of the Future, 4th Edition (1990-1996)

CD 009      BodyWorks 5.0 (1993-1995)

CD 011      Athena: Classical Mythology (1994)

CD 012      Civil War: Complete Multimedia Experience (1995)

CD 012      Civil War: Complete Multimedia Experience (1995) Disc 2

CD 020      Time Almanac of the 20th Century (1995)

CD 022      Inside Track For Mechanical Design and Drafting (1996)

CD 023      Inside Track For Architectural Design and Drafting (1997)

CD 024      The Scribner Writers Series on CD-ROM (1993)

CD 27       Introduction to Ancient Greece, Vol. 1: The Ancient Greek Theater

CD-ROMS Anderson:

 ArtRageous                           1995              n/a                 n/a
 The Scribner Writers Series          1993              n/a                 n/a
 The World's Best Poetry              1995              n/a                 n/a
 Library of the Future, 4th ed.       1996              n/a                 n/a
 The Perfect Resume                   1994              n/a                 n/a
                                                                     3 0000 00247898
 The Dynamic Human, copy 1            1999       QP 34.5 D96 1999            4
                                                                     3 0000 00247899
 The Dynamic Human, copy 2            1999       QP 34.5 D96 1999            2
                                                                     3 0000 00217999
 The Dynamic Human, copy 3            1999       QP 34.5 D96 1999            6
                                                 REF GA108.7.N97     3 0000 00227409
 The Nystrom Outline Map Library      1997             1997                  4
 Dos Mundos                           2002              n/a                 n/a
 The Harvard Veritas Forum            1992              n/a                 n/a

CD-ROMS Marion:
Diagnostic Ultrasound: A logical approach CD 001
Radiologic Anatomy (interactive multimedia) CD 002




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                                              Appendix B: PBS Video Collection
      #                                         Program Title
1         America's Battlegrounds
2         Against the Odds: The Artists of the Harlem Renaissance
3a        Marcus Garvey: Look for Me in the Whirlwind
4         On the Line - People's Century
5         Gold Fever
6         Hawaii's Last Queen
7         Telephone, The
8         Big Dream, Small Screen
9         New York Underground
10        Around the World in 72 Days
11        Great San Francisco Earthquake, The
12a       Meltdown at Three Mile Island
13        Geronimo and the Apache Resistance
15        Sins of Our Mothers, The
16a       Mill Times
17        Great War-1918, The
18        Mr. Sears' Catalogue
19        Journey to America
20        Roots of Resistance
22        Iron Road, The
23        Nixon, Part 1
24        Nixon, Part 2
25        Nixon, Part 3
27        Johnstown Flood, The
28        In the White Man's Image
29        LBJ, Part 1
30        LBJ, Part 2
31        LBJ, Part 3
32        LBJ, Part 4
33        Donner Party, The
34        George Washington: The Man Who Wouldn't Be King
35        Last Stand at Little Big Horn
36        Rachel Carson's Silent Spring
37a       Fall of the Aztecs, The - CONQUISTADORS WITH MICHAEL WOOD
38a       Conquest of the Incas, The - CONQUISTADORS WITH MICHAEL WOOD
39a       Search for El Dorado, The - CONQUISTADORS WITH MICHAEL WOOD
40a       All the World is Human - CONQUISTADORS WITH MICHAEL WOOD
41        Amelia Earhart


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42        Hunt for Pancho Villa, The
43        Hurricane of '38, The
44        America and the Holocaust: Deceit and Indifference
45        D-Day
46a       Ulysses S. Grant, Part 1
47a       Ulysses S. Grant, Part 2
48a       Monkey Trial
49a       Woodrow Wilson, Part 1
50a       Woodrow Wilson, Part 2
51        Midwife's Tale, A
52        Midnight Ramble
53        Battle of the Bulge, The
54        Westward, the Course of Empire Takes Its Way - WAY WEST, THE
55        Approach of Civilization, The - WAY WEST, THE
56        War for the Black Hills, The - WAY WEST, THE
57        Ghost Dance, The - WAY WEST, THE
58        One Woman, One Vote, Part 1
59        One Woman, One Vote, Part 2
60a       MacArthur, Part 1
61a       MacArthur, Part 2
62a       MacArthur, Part 3
63a       MacArthur, Part 4
64a       Messenger, The - ISLAM: EMPIRE OF FAITH
65a       Awakening, The - ISLAM: EMPIRE OF FAITH
66a       Ottomans, The - ISLAM: EMPIRE OF FAITH
67        Orphan Trains
68        Wright Stuff, The
69        Spy in the Sky
70        Battle over CITIZEN KANE, The, Part 1
71        Battle over CITIZEN KANE, The Part 2
72        TR, The Story of Theodore Roosevelt, Part 1
73        TR, The Story of Theodore Roosevelt, Part 2
74        TR, The Story of Theodore Roosevelt, Part 3
75        TR, The Story of Theodore Roosevelt, Part 4
76        Richest Man in the World: Andrew Carnegie, Part 1
77        Richest Man in the World: Andrew Carnegie, Part 2
78        Republic of Virtue, The - AMERICAN VISIONS
79        Promised Land, The - AMERICAN VISIONS
80        Wilderness and the West, The - AMERICAN VISIONS
81        Gilded Age, The - AMERICAN VISIONS


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82        Wave from the Atlantic, A - AMERICAN VISIONS
83        Streamlines and Breadlines - AMERICAN VISIONS
84        Empire of Signs, The - AMERICAN VISIONS
85        Age of Anxiety, The - AMERICAN VISIONS
86a       Age of Hope - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
87a       Red Flag - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
88a       Lost Peace - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
89a       Breadline - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
90a       Sporting Fever - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
91        TR and His Times
92        Democrat and the Dictator, The
93        Second American Revolution, Part 1
94        Second American Revolution, Part 2
95        World War II: The Propaganda Battle
96        Twenties, The
97        While the Storm Clouds Gather - AMERICA GOES TO WAR: THE HOME FRONT
98        Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition - AMERICA GOES TO WAR: THE HOME FRONT
99        Sacrifice and Shortages - AMERICA GOES TO WAR: THE HOME FRONT
100       String of Pearls, A - AMERICA GOES TO WAR: THE HOME FRONT
101       On the Shady Side of the Street - AMERICA GOES TO WAR: THE HOME FRONT
102       Right in der Fuehrer's Face - AMERICA GOES TO WAR: THE HOME FRONT
103       Thanks for the Memories - AMERICA GOES TO WAR: THE HOME FRONT
104       Accentuating the Positive - AMERICA GOES TO WAR: THE HOME FRONT
105       Mood Indigo: Blacks and Whites - AMERICA GOES TO WAR: THE HOME FRONT
106       It's Been a Long, Long Time - AMERICA GOES TO WAR: THE HOME FRONT
107       First Inning, 1840s-1900: 'Our Game' - BASEBALL
108       Bottom of the First - BASEBALL
109       Second Inning, 1900-1910: Something Like a War - BASEBALL
110       Bottom of the Second - BASEBALL
111       Third Inning, 1910-1920: Faith of 50 Million People - BASEBALL
112       Bottom of the Third - BASEBALL
113       Fourth Inning, 1920-1930: A National Heirloom - BASEBALL
114       Bottom of the Fourth - BASEBALL
115       Fifth Inning, 1930-1940: Shadow Ball - BASEBALL
116       Bottom of the Fifth - BASEBALL
117       Sixth Inning, 1940-1950: The National Pastime - BASEBALL
118       Bottom of the Sixth - BASEBALL
119       Seventh Inning, 1950-1960: The Capital of Baseball - BASEBALL
120       Bottom of the Seventh - BASEBALL
121       Eighth Inning, 1960-1970: A Whole New Ballgame - BASEBALL


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122       Bottom of the Eighth - BASEBALL
123       Ninth Inning, 1970-Present: Home - BASEBALL
124       Bottom of the Ninth - BASEBALL
125       Brooklyn Bridge, The
126       Versailles: The Lost Peace - BETWEEN THE WARS
127       Return to Isolationism - BETWEEN THE WARS
128       First SALT Talks, The - BETWEEN THE WARS
129       Radio, Racism and Foreign Policy - BETWEEN THE WARS
130       Great Depression and Foreign Affairs, The - BETWEEN THE WARS
131       FDR and Hitler: Their Rise to Power - BETWEEN THE WARS
132       FDR and Hitler: The Dynamics of Power - BETWEEN THE WARS
133       America in the Pacific: The Clash of Two Cultures - BETWEEN THE WARS
134       Recognition of Russia: A Climate of Mutual Distrust, The - BETWEEN THE WARS
135       Latin America: Intervention in Our Own Backyard - BETWEEN THE WARS
136       Italian Ethiopian War: Africa in World Affairs, The - BETWEEN THE WARS
137       Spanish Civil War, The - BETWEEN THE WARS
138       Phony War, The - BETWEEN THE WARS
139       FDR and Churchill: The Human Partnership - BETWEEN THE WARS
140       Japan Invades China: Crisis in the Far East - BETWEEN THE WARS
141       War Comes to Pearl Harbor - BETWEEN THE WARS
142       Cause, The - CIVIL WAR, THE
143       Very Bloody Affair, A - CIVIL WAR, THE
144       Forever Free - CIVIL WAR, THE
145       Simply Murder - CIVIL WAR, THE
146       The Universe of Battle - CIVIL WAR, THE
147       Valley of the Shadow of Death, The - CIVIL WAR, THE
148       Most Hallowed Ground - CIVIL WAR, THE
149       War Is All Hell - CIVIL WAR, THE
150       Better Angels of Our Nature, The - CIVIL WAR, THE
151       Courage to Care, The
152       Empire of the Air: The Men Who Made Radio, Part 1
153       Empire of the Air: The Men Who Made Radio, Part 2
168a      Warrior Pharaoh, The - EGYPT'S GOLDEN EMPIRE
169a      Pharoahs of the Sun - EGYPT'S GOLDEN EMPIRE
170a      Last Great Pharoah, The - EGYPT'S GOLDEN EMPIRE
171       Flyers in Search of a Dream
172       For the Living
173       Vietnam Memorial Frontline
174       Memory of the Camps Frontline
176a      Master Race - PEOPLE'S CENTURY


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177a      Freedom Now - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
178a      Fall Out - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
179a      Asia Rising - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
180a      Endangered Planet - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
181a      Living Longer - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
182a      Skin Deep - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
191       Huey Long
192       In Remembrance of Martin
193       Jeannette Rankin: The Woman Who Voted No
194       Making of a President, The - LINCOLN
195       Pivotal Year, The - LINCOLN
196       I Want to Finish This Job - LINCOLN
197       Now He Belongs to the Ages - LINCOLN
198a      Picture Power - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
199a      Great Leap - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
200a      Young Blood - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
201a      Half the People - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
202a      Guerrilla Wars - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
203a      God Fights Back - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
204a      People Power - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
205a      Fast Forward - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
206       Mississippi, America
207       Odyssey of John Dos Passos, The
208       Seeking the First Americans
209       Chaco Legacy, The
210       Myths and Moundbuilders
211       Out of Ireland, Part 1
212       Out of Ireland, Part 2
213       Great Escape - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
214       Seasons of a Navajo
215       Shakers: Hands to Work, Hearts to God
216       Statue of Liberty, The
217       Surviving Columbus
218       Watergate Hearings, The, Part 1 - SUMMER OF JUDGEMENT
219       Watergate Hearings, The, Part 2 - SUMMER OF JUDGEMENT
220       Impeachment Hearings, The - SUMMER OF JUDGEMENT
221       Congress, The
222       Thomas Hart Benton
223       Thieves of Time
224       Thurgood Marshall: Portrait of an American Hero


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225       Trial of Adolf Eichmann, Part 1
226       Trial of Adolf Eichmann, Part 2
227       Triumph of Memory
228       Thomas Jefferson, Part 1
229       Thomas Jefferson, Part 2
230       People, The - WEST, THE
231       Empire Upon the Trails - WEST, THE
232       Speck of the Future, The - WEST, THE
233       Death Runs Riot - WEST, THE
234       Grandest Enterprise Under God, The - WEST, THE
235       Fight No More Forever - WEST, THE
236       Geography of Hope, The - WEST, THE
237       Ghost Dance - WEST, THE
238       One Sky Above Us - WEST, THE
239       W.E.B. Du Bois of Great Barrington
240       Matter of Promises, A
241       Matter of Choice, A
242       Reluctant Revolutionaries, The - LIBERTY! THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
243       Blows Must Decide - LIBERTY! THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
244       Times That Try Men's Souls - LIBERTY! THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
245       Oh, Fatal Ambition! - LIBERTY! THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
246       World Turned Upside Down, The - LIBERTY! THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
247       Are We to Be a Nation? - LIBERTY! THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
248       Lewis & Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery, Part 1
249       Lewis & Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery, Part 2
250       Lewis & Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery, Part 3
251       Lewis & Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery, Part 4
252       Truman, Part 1
253       Truman, Part 2
254       Truman, Part 3
255       Truman, Part 4
256       Bay of Pigs, The
257       Marshall Plan: Against the Odds, The
258       Lynching in Marion, A
259       G.I. Bill: The Law That Changed America, The
260       Reagan, Part 1
261       Reagan, Part 2
262       Reagan, Part 3
263       Reagan, Part 4
264       Influenza 1918


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265       Surviving the Dust Bowl
266       Neil Armstrong - ADVENTURERS, THE
267       Thor Heyerdahl - ADVENTURERS, THE
268       Piccards, The - ADVENTURERS, THE
269       Hillary and Tenzing - ADVENTURERS, THE
270       Richard Byrd - ADVENTURERS, THE
271       Men Who Sailed the Liberty Ships, The
272       Great Hunger, The - IRISH IN AMERICA: THE LONG JOURNEY HOME
273       All Across America - IRISH IN AMERICA: THE LONG JOURNEY HOME
274       Up From the City - IRISH IN AMERICA: THE LONG JOURNEY HOME
275       Success - IRISH IN AMERICA: THE LONG JOURNEY HOME
276       Neighbors and Strangers - U.S. MEXICAN WAR, THE
277       War for the Borderlands - U.S. MEXICAN WAR, THE
278       Hour of Sacrifice, The - U.S. MEXICAN WAR, THE
279       Fate of Nations, The - U.S. MEXICAN WAR, THE
280       Frank Lloyd Wright, Part 1
281       Frank Lloyd Wright, Part 2
282       Brave New World - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
283       Boom Time - PEOPLE'S CENTURY
284       Terrible Transformation, The - AFRICANS IN AMERICA
285       Revolution - AFRICANS IN AMERICA
286       Brotherly Love - AFRICANS IN AMERICA
287       Judgment Day - AFRICANS IN AMERICA
288       America 1900, Part 1
289       America 1900, Part 2
290       Lift Every Voice - I'LL MAKE ME A WORLD
291       Without Fear or Shame - I'LL MAKE ME A WORLD
292       Bright Like a Sun - I'LL MAKE ME A WORLD
293       Dream Keepers, The - I'LL MAKE ME A WORLD
294       Not a Rhyme Time - I'LL MAKE ME A WORLD
295       Freedom You Will Take, The - I'LL MAKE ME A WORLD
296       Hoover Dam
297       Race for the Superbomb, Part 1
298       Race for the Superbomb, Part 2
299       Fly Girls
300       Not for Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Susan B. Anthony, Part 1
301       Not for Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Susan B. Anthony, Part 2
302       Country and the City, The, Part 1 - NEW YORK
303       Country and the City, The, Part 2 - NEW YORK
304       Order and Disorder, Part 1 - NEW YORK


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305       Order and Disorder, Part 2 - NEW YORK
306       Sunshine and Shadow, Part 1 - NEW YORK
307       Sunshine and Shadow, Part 2 - NEW YORK
308       Power and the People, The, Part 1 - NEW YORK
309       Power and the People, The, Part 2 - NEW YORK
310       Cosmopolis, Part 1 - NEW YORK
311       Cosmopolis, Part 2 - NEW YORK
312       Crucible of Empire: The Spanish American War, Part 1
313       Crucible of Empire: The Spanish-American War, Part 2
314       Developing Image, The - AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY, A CENTURY OF IMAGES
315       Photographic Age, The - AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY, A CENTURY OF IMAGES
316       Photography Transformed - AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY, A CENTURY OF IMAGES
317       Family Ties - AMERICAN PRESIDENT, THE
318       Happenstance - AMERICAN PRESIDENT, THE
319       Independent Cast of Mind, An - AMERICAN PRESIDENT, THE
320       Professional Politician - AMERICAN PRESIDENT, THE
321       American Way, The - AMERICAN PRESIDENT, THE
322       World Stage, The - AMERICAN PRESIDENT, THE
323       Heroic Posture - AMERICAN PRESIDENT, THE
324       Compromise Choices - AMERICAN PRESIDENT, THE
325       Expanding Power - AMERICAN PRESIDENT, THE
326       Balance of Power, The - AMERICAN PRESIDENT, THE
327       Eleanor Roosevelt, Part 1
328       Eleanor Roosevelt, Part 2
329       John Brown's Holy War
330       Duel, The
331       George Wallace: Settin' the Woods on Fire, Part 1
332       George Wallace: Settin' the Woods on Fire, Part 2
333       Gumbo - JAZZ
334       Gift, The - JAZZ
335       Our Language - JAZZ
336       True Welcome, The - JAZZ
337       Swing: Pure Pleasure - JAZZ
338       Swing: The Velocity of Celebration - JAZZ
339       Dedicated to Chaos - JAZZ
340       Risk - JAZZ
341       Adventure, The - JAZZ
342       Masterpiece by Midnight - JAZZ
343       Part 1 - First Measured Century, The
344       Part 2 - First Measured Century, The


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345       Revolution, The - GREEKS, CRUCIBLE OF CIVILIZATION, THE
346       Golden Age, The - GREEKS, CRUCIBLE OF CIVILIZATION, THE
347       Empire of the Mind, The - GREEKS, CRUCIBLE OF CIVILIZATION, THE
348       To Destiny & Mastering Luck - Napoleon
349       Summit of Greatness & The End - Napoleon
350       Return with Honor
351       Fatal Flood, The
352       Rockefellers, The, Part 1
353       Rockefellers, The, Part 2
354       Scottsboro: An American Tradegy
355       Order from Chaos - The Roman Empire in the First Century
356       Years of Trial - The Roman Empire in the First Century
357       Winds of Change - The Roman Empire in the First Century
358       Years of Eruption - The Roman Empire in the First Century
359       Mark Twain, Part 1
360       Mark Twain, Part 2
361       City of Tomorrow - NEW YORK
362       City and the World, The - NEW YORK
363       Mount Rushmore
364       Battle for Korea
365       Korean War Stories
366       War Letters
367       Benjamin Franklin, Part 1 - Let The Experiment Be Made & The Making of a Revolutionary
368       Benjamin Franklin, Part 2 - The Chess Master
369       Jimmy Carter, Part 1
370       Jimmy Carter, Part 2
371       Ansel Adams
372       Public Enemy #1
373       Finest Hour: The Battle of Britain, Part 1
374       Finest Hour: The Battle of Britain, Part 2
375       Zoot Suit Riots
376       Chicago, Part I: Mud Hole to Metropolis
377       Chicago, Part 2: The Revolution Has Begun
378       Chicago, Part 3: Battle for Chicago
379       Murder of Emmett Till, The
380       Transcontinental Railroad
381       Perilous Fight, Part 1 - Infamy & Battlefronts
382       Perilous Fight, Part 2 - Wrath & Triumph
383       Tuskegee Airmen
384       Stephen Foster


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385       Ambition & We Are Elected - ABRAHAM AND MARY LINCOLN: A HOUSE DIVIDED
386       Shattered & The Dearest of All Things - ABRAHAM AND MARY LINCOLN: A HOUSE DIVIDED
          This Frightful War & Blind and Weeping - ABRAHAM AND MARY LINCOLN: A HOUSE
387
          DIVIDED
388       The Romance of War - REPORTING AMERICA AT WAR
389       Which Side Are You On? - REPORTING AMERICA AT WAR
390       New York: The Center of the World - Part 1 - New York: A Documentary Film
391       New York: The Center of the World - Part 2 - New York: A Documentary Film
392       Watergate Plus 30: Shadow of History
393       Berga: Soldiers of Another War
394       Bataan Rescue: Death March and Rescue - AMERICAN EXPERIENCE, THE
395       Citizen King, Part 1 - AMERICAN EXPERIENCE, THE
396       Citizen King, Part 2 - AMERICAN EXPERIENCE, THE
397       Remember the Alamo - AMERICAN EXPERIENCE, THE
398       Reconstruction: The Second Civil War, Part 1 - THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE
399       Reconstruction: The Second Civil War, Part 2 - THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE
400       Journey of Sacagawea, The
401       Golden Gate Bridge, The - AMERICAN EXPERIENCE, THE
402       Bicycle Corps: America's Black Army on Wheels, The
403       Long Road to War, The: Frontline
404       Art21: Art in the Twenty-First Century, Part 1
405       Art21: Art in the Twenty-First Century, Part 2
          1421: The Year China Discovered America?
406       Examines the mystery surrounding the sailing exploits of the legendary Admiral Zheng He, and
          investigates the theory that he reached America decades before Columbus. Based on the book of the
          same title by Gavin Menzies. PBS Video, 2004. 120 min.

          RFK - American Experience, The
          Chronicles the pivotal role RFK played in many of the major events of the 1960s. It looks closely at his complicated
407
          relationships with some of the leading figures of his day and reveals much about his personal world. (Robert F.
          Kennedy, 1925-1968) PBS Video, 2004. 120 min.

          Fight, The - American Experience, The
          Captures the anticipation that the bout between African American heavyweight Joe Louis and his
408       German opponent Max Schmeling generated, the events leading up to it, the impact Louis‘s victory had
          on blacks and its significance for Jews. Based on the book by David Margolick. Narrator, Courtney B.
          Vance. PBS Video, 2004. 90 min.

409       Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson, Part 1
410       Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson, Part 2
411       Great Transatlantic Cable
412       Mary Pickford
413       Victory in the Pacific
414       The Massie Affair
415       Fidel Castro
416       Building the Alaska Highway
417       The Sixties
418       Destination America: Part 1 (The Golden Door: Art of Departure) 110 min.

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419       Destination America: Part 2 (The earth is the Lord's: Breaking free: a woman's journey) 110 min.
420       Ernest Hemingway : Rivers to the sea 90 min.
          Elusive peace, Part 1 : Israel and the Arabs (Episode 1: Clinton (1999-2000); Episode 2: Arafat
421
          (2001-2002) 100 min.
422       Elusive peace, Part 2 : Israel and the Arabs (Episode 3: Sharon (2003-2005) 50 min.
423       The storm (response to Hurricane Katrina) 60 min.
          The war that made America, Part 1 (French and Indian War, Episode 1: A country between, 60
424
          min.; Episode 2: Unlikely allies, 60 min.)
          The war that made America, Part 2 (French and Indian War, Episode 3: Turning the tide, 60
425
          min.; Episode 4: Unintended consequences, 60 min.)




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