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                                    April-August 2008

NEW IN CIRCULATION

BF175 .P275 2007
Wisdom of the psyche: depth psychology after neuroscience. Ginette Paris. London;
New York: Routledge, 2007.

BF1031 .P3317 2008
Paranormal phenomena. Karen Miller, book editor. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2008.

BL2525 .G74 2007
The faith factor: how religion influences American elections. John C. Green. Westport,
Conn.: Praeger Publishers, 2007.

BL2525 .N36 2006
A nation of religions: the politics of pluralism in multireligious America. Edited by
Stephen Prothero. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2006.

BS651 .I82 2007
The counter-creationism handbook. Mark Isaak. Berkeley: University of California
Press, 2007.

BT795 K73 2007
Amish grace: how forgiveness transcended tragedy. Donald B. Kraybill, Steven M. Nolt,
David L. Weaver-Zercher. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2007.

DS113.6 .K37 2007
Heroes and martyrs of Palestine: the politics of national commemoration. Laleh Khalili
Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2007.

E77 .H59 1993
The Native American almanac: a portrait of native america today.
                            . New York: Prentice Hall General Reference, 1993.

E77 .N48 2006
New perspectives on Native North America: cultures, histories, and representations.
[edited by] Sergei A. Kan & Pauline Turner Strong. Lincoln: University of Nebraska
Press, 2006.

E77.5 .F54 1986
The North American Indians in early photographs. Paula Richardson Fleming and Judith
Luskey. New York: Dorset, 1986, 1988.




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E185.615 .A594 2007
After the storm: Black intellectuals explore the meaning of Hurricane Katrina. Edited by
David Dante Troutt. New York: New Press: Distributed by W.W. Norton & Co., 2006.

F207.3 .M623 2008
Mobil travel guide. Coastal Southeast. "Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina." Park
Ridge, IL: Publications International, 2004

F598 .G73 2008
Great Plains. Great Plains. Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, North Dakota,
South Dakota Lincolnwood, IL: ExxonMobil Travel Publications; Publications
International, 2001

F705.M5 O55 2007
Latinos presentes! Oklahoma Centennial Hispanic History Project. [Tulsa, Okla.?]:
Oklahoma Centennial Hispanic History Project, 2007.

F787 .S68 2008
Southwest. Mobil travel guide "Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Utah."
Lincolnwood, IL: ExxonMobil Travel Publications: Publications International, 2001

GN282 .S27 2007
The last human: a guide to twenty-two species of extinct humans. Created by G.J. Sawyer
and Viktor Deak; text by Esteban Sarmiento, G.J. Sawyer and Richard Milner; with
contributions by Donald C. Johanson, Meave Leakey and Ian Tattersall New Haven,
Conn.: Yale University Press, 2007.

GV1601 .D36
Dancing from past to present: nation, culture, identities. Edited by Theresa Jill Buckland.
Madison, Wis.: University of Wisconsin Press, 2006.

HC79.E5 B7596 2008
Plan B 3.0: mobilizing to save civilization. Lester R. Brown. [New ed.]. New York;
London: W. W. Norton, 2008.

HD30.2 .W4516 2007
Everything is miscellaneous: the power of the new digital disorder. David Weinberger.
1st ed. New York: Times Books, 2007.

HD9502.U52 E445 2007
Energy and American society-thirteen myths. Edited by Benjamin K. Sovacool, Marilyn
A. Brown. Dordrecht: Springer, 2007.

HD9560.5 .M3185 2007b
Oil on the brain: adventures from the pump to the pipeline. Lisa Margonelli; [with a new
epilogue]. 1st pbk. ed.



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HE152 .T68 2008
Transportation. Louise Gerdes, book editor. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2008.

HF5387 .S473 2007
Moral issues in business. William H. Shaw, Vincent Barry. Belmont, CA: Thomson
Wadsworth, 2007.

HG179 .C5357 2008
Make money, not excuses: wake up, take charge, and overcome your financial fears
forever. Jean Chatzky. 1st pbk. ed.

HN90.P57 K46 2007
God and country: America in red and blue. Sheila Kennedy. Waco, Tex.: Baylor
University Press, 2007.

HN777 .A327 2008
Africa. David M. Haugen, book editor. Detroit: Greenhaven Press/Gale, 2008.

HQ1075.5.U6 B38 2006
Battle scars: gender and sexuality in the American Civil War. Edited by Catherine
Clinton and Nina Silber. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2006.

HQ1418 .K46 2006
Learning to stand & speak: women, education, and public life in America's republic.
Mary Kelley. Chapel Hill: Published for the Omohundro Institute of Early American
History and Culture, Williamsburg, Virginia, by the University of North Carolina Press,
2006.

HV5809.5 .G38 2008
Gateway drugs. Noel Merino, book editor. Detroit: Greenhaven Press/Gale, 2008.

HV6433.3 .B57 2008
Bioterrorism. Jacqueline Langwith, book editor.
Detroit: Greenhaven Press/Gale, 2008.

HV6545 .S8182 2008
Suicide. Jacqueline Langwith, book editor.

HV6695 .S74 2007
Gotcha capitalism: how hidden fees rip you off every day, and what you can do about it.
Bob Sullivan. New York: Ballantine Books, 2007.

HV6795.N5 B37 2007
Mr. Untouchable. By Leroy "Nicky" Barnes and Tom Folsom. 1st ed. New York City:
Rugged Land, 2007.



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HV6795.N5 C44 2007
Gangsters of Harlem: the gritty underworld of New York's most famous neighborhood.
Ron Chepesiuk. Fort Lee, NJ: Barricade Books, 2007.

HV9950 .A334 2007
American furies: crime, punishment, and vengeance in the age of mass imprisonment.
Sasha Abramsky. Boston: Beacon Press, 2007.

JC179.R9 C53 2007
Public vision, private lives: Rousseau, religion, and 21st-century democracy. Mark S.
Cladis; with a new essay by the author. New York: Columbia University Press, 2007.

JC328.5 .F53 2006
Flashpoints in the war on terrorism. Edited by Derek S. Reveron and Jeffrey Stevenson
Murer. New York: Routledge, 2006.

JC573 .F88 2007
The future of conservatism: conflict and consensus in the post-Reagan era. Edited by
Charles W. Dunn. 1st ed. Wilmington, Del.: ISI Books, 2007.

JC573.2.U6 C653 2007
Confronting the new conservatism: the rise of the right in America. Edited by Michael J.
Thompson. New York: New York University Press, 2007.

JC578 .L36 2007
The game of justice: a theory of individual self-government. Ruth Lane. Albany: State
University of New York Press, 2007.

JC585 .F7575 2007
Modern liberty: and the limits of government. Charles Fried. 1st ed. New York: W.W.
Norton & Co., 2007.

JF1501 .M435 2006
Bureaucracy in a democratic state: a governance perspective. Kenneth J. Meier, Laurence
J. O'Toole, Jr. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006.

JK275 .F67 2007
Formative acts: American politics in the making. Edited by Stephen Skowronek and
Matthew Glassman. Philadelphia, Pa.: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2007.

JK524 .E366 2006
The electoral challenge: theory meets practice. Edited by Stephen C. Craig. Washington,
D.C.: CQ Press, 2006.




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JK526 2004 .M37 2007
A matter of faith: religion in the 2004 presidential election. David E. Campbell, editor.
Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2007.

JK1967 .H545 2006
American voter turnout: an institutional perspective. David Hill. Boulder, Colo.:
Westview Press, 2006.

JK1991 .S26 2006
The fallacy of campaign finance reform. John Samples. Chicago: University of Chicago
Press, 2006.

JK4189 .L63 2007
Local democracy under siege: activism, public interests, and private politics. Dorothy
Holland ... [et al.]. New York: New York University Press, 2007.

JN12 .E876 2007
Europeanization: new research agendas. Edited by Paolo Graziano and Maarten P. Vink.
Basingstoke [England]; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.

JN30 .E94116 2008
The European Union. Noel Merino, book editor. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2008.

JQ1759.7.A95 A74 2007
Democracy and autocracy in Eurasia: Georgia in transition. Irakly Areshidze. East
Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 2007.

JQ1828.A98 H6263 2007
Hezbollah: a short history. Augustus Richard Norton. Princeton: Princeton University
Press, 2007.

JQ1830.A98 H3778 2007
Hamas: a history from within. Azzam Tamimi. Northampton, Mass.: Olive Branch Press,
2007.

JZ6368 .B45 2007
Beyond preemption: force and legitimacy in a changing world. Ivo H. Daalder, editor.
Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2007.

JZ6374 .C65 2007
International organisations and peace enforcement: the politics of international
legitimacy. Katharina P. Coleman. Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University
Press, 2007.




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K3220 .N49 2006
The new police science: the police power in domestic and international governance.
Edited by Markus D. Dubber and Mariana Valverde. Stanford, CA: Stanford University
Press, 2006.

K3280 .L395 2007
Law and the Sacred. Edited by Austin Sarat, Lawrence Douglas, and Martha Merrill
Umphrey. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 2007.

KF373.H68 C724 2007
Country lawyer: the life & times of James F. Howell. By David C. Craighead; foreword
by David L. Boren. Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Heritage Association, 2007.

KF538.Z9 J37 2003
Living together: practical legal issues. By Margaret C. Jasper. Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.:
Oceana Publications, 2003.

KF4651 .R36 2007
The constitution's text in foreign affairs. Michael D. Ramsey. Cambridge, Mass.:
Harvard University Press, 2007.

KF4754.5.Z9 M49 2007
Queers in court: gay rights law and public policy. Susan Gluck Mezey. Lanham, Md.:
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2007.

KF8742.A5 I57 2006
Institutional games and the U.S. Supreme Court. Edited by James R. Rogers, Roy B.
Flemming, and Jon R. Bond. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2006.

KF8959.P7 P43 2007
Off the record: the press, the government, and the war over anonymous sources. Norman
Pearlstine. 1st ed. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2007.

LB1027 .D553 2007
Child-centred education: reviving the creative tradition. Christine Doddington and Mary
Hilton. Los Angeles: SAGE Publications, 2007.

LB1103 .S6 no. 289
Developing object concepts in infancy: an associative learning perspective. David H.
Rakison and Gary Lupyan; with commentary by Lisa M. Oakes, Arlene S. Walker-
Andrews; W. Andrew Collins, series editor. Boston, Mass.: Wiley-Blackwell Pub., 2008.




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LB1139.25 .H965 2008
Enthusiastic and engaged learners: approaches to learning in the early childhood
classroom. Marilou Hyson; foreword by Sue Bredekamp. New York: Teachers College
Press; Washington, DC: National Association for the Education of Young Children,
2008.

LB1140 .A1 R4 2008-2009
Early childhood education. Guilford, Ct.: Dushkin Pub. Group, 1980

LB1140.3 .S34 I53 2008
Increasing the power of instruction: integration of language, literacy, and math across the
preschool day. Judith A. Schickedanz. Washington, D.C.: National Association for the
Education of Young Children, 2008.

LB1575 .L36 2007
Children's literature and learning: literary study across the curriculum. Barbara A.
Lehman; foreword by Janet Hickman. New York, NY: Teachers College Press, 2007.

LB2328 .C84 2008
The creative community college: leading change through innovation. Edited by John E.
Roueche ... [et al.]. Washington, DC: Community College Press/American Association of
Community Colleges, 2008.

ML429.H26 P75 2006
The producer: John Hammond and the soul of American music. Dunstan Prial. 1st ed.
New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2006.

NA2542.36 .E26 2008
Eco-architecture. Christina Fisanick, book editor. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2008.

ND237.R68 B84 1987
The Norman Rockwell treasury. Thomas S. Buechner. 1st Galahad Books ed. Edison,
NJ: Galahad Books; NY: Distributed by Sterling Pub., 1987, 1979.

ND238.A4 A58 2006
Native moderns: American Indian painting, 1940-1960. Bill Anthes. Durham: Duke
University Press, 2006.

ND547.5.I4 C75 2007
Critical readings in Impressionism and post-Impressionism: an anthology. Edited by
Mary Tompkins Lewis. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2007.

NX180.F74 C46 2006
Censoring culture: contemporary threats to free expression. Edited by Robert Atkins and
Svetlana Mintcheva. New York: New Press, 2006.




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PE1408 .R424 1995
The Prentice Hall guide for college writers. Stephen Reid. 3rd ed., annotated instructor's
ed. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1995.

PN1995.9.D4 G38 2006
Detecting men: masculinity and the Hollywood detective film. Philippa Gates.
Masculinity and the Hollywood detective film Albany: State University of New York
Press, 2006.

PN1995.9.L58 T46 2007
The Frodo franchise: the Lord of the rings and modern Hollywood. Kristin Thompson.
Berkeley: University of California Press, 2007.

PN1995.9.W3 E24 2007
Armed forces: masculinity and sexuality in the American war film. Robert Eberwein.
New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 2007.

PN1997.85 .C26 2007
The Cambridge companion to literature on screen. Edited by Deborah Cartmell and
Imelda Whelehan. Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2007.

PN2598.A65 A3 2008
Home: a memoir of my early years. Julie Andrews. 1st ed. New York: Hyperion, 2008.

PR251 .G36 2006
Medieval literature and culture. Andrew Galloway. London; New York: Continuum
2006.

PR778.S62 C57 2007
The novel of purpose: literature and social reform in the Anglo-American world. Amanda
Claybaugh. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2007.

PR830.C513 G67 2008
The gothic in children's literature: haunting the borders. Edited by Anna Jackson, Karen
Coats, and Roderick McGillis. New York: Routledge, 2008.

PR878.M36 A65 2007
The marriage of minds: reading sympathy in the Victorian marriage plot. Rachel Ablow.
Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 2007.

PR2056 .A63 2007
Three medieval tales and a prologue. By Robert Mannyng of Brunne; translated with
introduction and comments by L. a. Hood and John Francis Haines. McLoud, Okla.:
Valkyrie Press, 2007.




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PR5398 .C37 2007
England's first family of writers: Mary Wollstonecraft, William Godwin, Mary Shelley.
Julie A. Carlson. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2007.

PR6037.T617 D7 2005
Dracula. Bram Stoker; with an introduction and notes by Brooke Allen. New York:
Barnes & Noble Classics, 2005.

PS153.M4 L54 2007
The Latino body: crisis identities in American literary and cultural memory. Laazaro
Lima. New York: New York University Press, 2007.

PS153.N5 C345 2007
The Cambridge companion to the Harlem Renaissance. Edited by George Hutchinson.
New York: Cambridge University Press, 2007.

PS309.E4 C38 2007
American elegy: the poetry of mourning from the Puritans to Whitman. Max Cavitch.
Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2007.

PS310.P6 L68 2006
History, memory, and the literary left: modern American poetry, 1935-1968. By John
Lowney. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2006.

PS374.C45 H66 2005
Elusive childhood: impossible representations in modern fiction. Susan Honeyman.
Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2005.

PS3503.R167 F336 2001
Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451. Edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.
Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2001.

PS3503.R167 Z466 2004
Conversations with Ray Bradbury. Edited by Steven L. Aggelis. Jackson: University
Press of Mississippi, 2004.

PS3503.R167 Z686 2007
Ray Bradbury. Michele Griskey. Hockessin, Del.: Mitchell Lane Publishers, 2007.

PS3511.R94 A6 2007
The collected prose of Robert Frost. Edited by Mark Richardson. Cambridge, Mass.:
Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2007.




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PS3515.U274 Z6845 2007
Montage of a dream: the art and life of Langston Hughes. Edited by John Edgar Tidwell
and Cheryl R. Ragar; with a foreword by Arnold Rampersad. Columbia: University of
Missouri Press, 2007.

PS3555.N4223 P42 2001
Peace like a river. Leif Enger. 1st ed. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press; [Emeryville,
CA]: Distributed by Publishers Group West, 2001.

PS3557.A355 L47 2007
A lesson before dying. Ernest J. Gaines. New York: A.A. Knopf: Distributed by Random
House, Inc., 1993, 2007 printing.

PS3563.A4 Z614 2007
Bernard Malamud: a writer's life. Philip Davis. Oxford; New York: Oxford University
Press, 2007.

PS3596.L36 A17 2006
Interview with a ghost: essays. Tom Sleigh. Saint Paul, Minn.: Graywolf Press, 2006.

PZ1 .O11 2008
Prize stories. The O. Henry awards. 1919- Garden City, N.Y. Doubleday [etc.]

PZ7.A382 Ab 2007
The absolutely true diary of a part-time Indian. By Sherman Alexie; art by Ellen Forney.
1st ed. New York: Little, Brown, 2007.

Q126 .W45 2007
Galileo's gout: science in an age of endarkenment. Gerald Weissmann. 1st ed. New
York, N.Y.: Bellevue Literary Press, 2007.

Q180.55.M67 P54 2007
The honest broker: making sense of science in policy and politics. Roger A. Pielke, Jr.
Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2007.

QB791.3 .N53 2007a
Dark side of the universe: dark matter, dark energy, and the fate of the cosmos. By Iain
Nicolson. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2007.

QC475.8 .A36 2007
Physics and engineering of radiation detection. Syed Naeem Ahmed. 1st ed. Amsterdam
Boston: Academic Press, 2007.

QD39.3.M3 Y38 2007
Chemical calculations: mathematics for chemistry. Paul Yates. 2nd ed. Boca Raton:
CRC Press, 2007.



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QD505 .S53 G73 2007
Green chemistry and catalysis. Roger Arthur Sheldon, Isabel Arends, and Ulf Hanefeld.
Weinheim: Wiley-VCH, 2007.

QD565 .W75 2007
An introduction to aqueous electrolyte solutions. Margaret Robson Wright. Chichester,
England; Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley, 2007.

QE881 .P76 2006
After the dinosaurs: the age of mammals. Donald R. Prothero. Bloomington, IN: Indiana
University Press, 2006.

QH390 .J64 2007
Darwinian detectives: revealing the natural history of genes and genomes. Norman A.
Johnson. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2007.

QH513 .E83 I57 2007
Introductory biomechanics: from cells to organisms. C. Ross Ethier and Craig A.
Simmons. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2007.

QH545.N3 M67 2007
Environmental disasters, natural recovery and human responses. Roger del Moral,
Lawrence R. Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2007.

RA395.A3 H382 2008
Health care. David M. Haugen, book editor. Detroit: Greenhaven Press/Gale, 2008.

TD195.W29 N38 2004
Natural enemy, natural ally: toward an environmental history of warfare. Edited by
Richard P. Tucker and Edmund Russell. 1st ed. Corvallis: Oregon State University
Press, 2004.

TD730 .B45 2007
The culture of flushing: a social and legal history of sewage. Jamie Benidickson;
foreword by Graeme Wynn. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2007.

TK7881.4 .F37 2006
Audio and video equipment basics for libraries. Jim Farrington. Lanham, Md.:
Scarecrow Press: Music Library Association, 2006.

TL788.5 .F74 2007
Into that silent sea: trailblazers of the Space Era, 1961-1965. Francis French and Colin
Burgess; with a foreword by Paul Haney. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2007.




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TL789.8.U6 A535243 2007
On the moon: the Apollo journals. Grant Heiken and Eric Jones. Berlin; New York:
Springer; Chichester, UK: published in association with Praxis Pub., 2007.

TP248.215 .S74 2007
DNA: how the biotech revolution is changing the way we fight disease. Frank H.
Stephenson; foreword by Herbert Boyer. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 2007.

TP339 .M367 2007
Materials, chemicals, and energy from forest biomass. Dimitris S. Argyropoulos, editor.
Washington, DC: American Chemical Society; [New York]: Distributed by Oxford
University Press, 2007.

UA25 .A67 2006
The Army after next: the first postindustrial army. Thomas K. Adams. Westport, Conn.:
Praeger Security International, 2006.

UA646.3 .R86 2006
NATO after 9/11: an alliance in continuing decline. Richard E. Rupp. New York:
Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.

UC23 2003- .R37 2007
Betraying our troops: the destructive results of privatizing war. Dina Rasor and
Robert Bauman. 1st ed. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.

UG447.8 .D43 2006
Deadly cultures: biological weapons since 1945.                         , and
Malcolm Dando, editors. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2006.


NEW IN REFERENCE COLLECTION

ATLAS STAND
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Atlas of the Middle East and northern Africa: mapmakers for the 21st century. [Rev.
2006 ed.] Union, N.J.: Hammond World Atlas Corp., 2007.

REF E174 .N48 1997
New York Public Library American history desk reference. New York: Macmillan USA,
1997.

REF GV950 .B69 2007
Fifty years of college football: a modern history of America's most colorful sport. By Bob
Boyles and Paul Guido. New York: Skyhorse Pub., 2007.




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County and city extra: annual metro, city and county data book. Lanham, MD: Bernan
Press, 1992

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Business statistics of the United States. Lanham, MD: Bernan Press, 1996-

REF HC101 .U5 2008
Economic report of the President transmitted to the Congress. Washington: U.S. G.P.O.

REF HM851 .E555 2008
Encyclopedia of information ethics and security. Marian Quigley [editor]. Hershey:
Information Science Reference, 2008.

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Seventeenth-century Italian poets and dramatists. Edited by Albert N. Mancini and Glenn
Palen Pierce. Detroit: Gale Cengage Learning, 2008.

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The Brontes: a documentary volume. Edited by Susan B. Taylor. Detroit: Gale Cengage
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Encyclopedia of African-American literature. [edited by] Wilfred Samuels; associate
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Critical companion to Edgar Allan Poe: a literary reference to his life and work. Dawn B.
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NEW IN RESERVES COLLECTION

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Rand McNally road atlas: United States, Canada, Mexico. Rand McNally & Company.
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NEW IN AUDIO/VISUAL COLLECTION

AM101.L67 A97 2002
The Autry Museum of Western Heritage. [videorecording] an Echo Pictures production;
produced and directed by Marc Doyle, Chesney Blankenstein Doyle; produced and
written by Don Smith.
[Lawrence, N.J.]: Cambridge Educational, 2002.
1 videodisc (28 min.): 4 3/4 in.
"This program reveals what life was really like during that headlong rush for gold and
glory, freedom and opportunity."--cover.

AM101.S26 I57 2003
Institute of Texan Cultures. [videorecording]: behind the Lone Star. An Echo Pictures
production; produced by Marc Doyle, Chesney Blankenstein Doyle; produced and
written by Jonathan Wickham, Chesney Blankenstein Doyle.
[Princeton, NJ]: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2003.
1 videodisc (ca. 28 min.): 4 3/4 in.
"Cowboy boots, spurs, and cattle quickly come to mind when people think about the
Lone Star State. But who are the Texans, really? This surprising San Antonio musuem
explores the 26 diverse cultures that settled Texas. The people of the world came to
Texas, and all of them did not become cowboys." From www.greatmuseums.org

DS557.7 .M544 2000
The mills of the gods. [videorecording]: Viet Nam.
Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2000.
1 videodisc (56 min.): 4 3/4 in.
Made in 1964 by Canadian filmmaker Beryl Fox, this award-winning documentary shows
firsthand the futility, sorrow, and inhumanity of the Vietnam War. The program creates a
sense of tension and foreboding in viewers by contrasting scenes of everyday Vietnamese
life with napalm strikes, civilian casualties, and torture of POWs. Sounds and visual
images accentuate a theme of conflict between people and ideologies. As a primary
source of coverage, the film's frontline interviews with troops, pilots, and touring
politicians allow viewers today to understand the rhetoric that justified a disaster for all
involved.

E76.86.W37 S64 2003
Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian. [videorecording]: native voice.
An Echo Pictures production; produced by Marc Doyle, Chesney Blankenstein Doyle;
produced and written by Jonathan Wickham.
[Princeton, NJ?]: Cambridge Educational, 2003.
1 videodisc (28 min.): 4 3/4 in.
"Learn how native history, culture, art and life are part of the shared cultural heritage of
all Americans. Behind the scenes at the Maryland-based Cultural Resources Center,
thousands of objects, arranged by tribe, are given "traditional native" care, such as air,
light, water or food. Featured objects include 3000 year-old duck decoys; a Cheyenne
feather bonnet; a priest-like Caribou hunting gown; beetlewing jewelry; cradleboards,



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dolls and miniatures; Pueblo dough bowls; Pacific Northwest Tlingit hats; Osage pipes;
the oldest depiction of human beings in the Western Hemisphere; and a collection of
nearly 2000 pairs of moccasins"--www.greatmuseums.org

E77 .M67 1985
More than bows & arrows. [videorecording]: Camera One Productions, the 13th Regional
Corporation ; Gray Warriner, director; a film by Conrad Denke. Seattle, WA: Camera
One Productions, 1985.
1 videocassette (28 min.): 1/2 in.
Deals with the role of the American Indian in shaping various aspects of American
culture, ranging from food and housing to the democratic way of life. Hosted by Pulitzer
Prize winner Scott Momaday, the program provides a panoramic overview and
celebration of Native cultural worth.

HQ767.9 .D48 Vol.6 2005
Prenatal development. [videorecording]: a life in the making. Magna Systems. At head of
container title: Developing child: beginnings of life
Barrington, IL: Magna Systems, Inc., 2005.
1 videodisc (29 min.): 4 3/4 in.
Explores the three stages of prenatal development, reviews the organs and structures that
nourish and protect the fetus, and discusses the influences that external factors have on
prenatal development.

HV5825 .H52 1993
Myth of America's war on drugs. [videorecording]: legalization or not. Ron Hitchcock.
[Midwest City, Okla.: Rose State College, 1993]
1 videocassette (ca. 37 min.): 1/2 in.
Great issues lecture series; 29.
The Great Issues Lecture Series presents questions and discussions on cultural,
economical, social, and philosophical topics by Rose State College faculty members.
The illegal drug traffic is a mega empire. America is not winning the war on drugs after
seven generations. Professor Hitchcock speaks to legalizing, and taxing, the now-illegal
drugs. He quoted statistics from several federal agencies regarding drugs and alcohol.

LB1027.23 .A73 2007
Are you teaching with style? [videorecording]: executive producer, Henry Hartman;
producer and director, Lisa Brown; [presented by] Starlink.
Dallas, Tx.: Starlink, 2007.
1 videodisc (62 min.): 4 3/4 in. 1 participant packet (40 p.; 28 cm.) Learn how to design
courses for diverse learning styles, assess your teaching in terms of learning styles, use
multiple intelligence and personality-type tools to facilitate student success.

LB1065 .S78 2008
Student motivation. [videorecording]: techniques for the college instructor. Executive
producer, Henry Hartman; producer and director, Lisa Brown; [presented by] Starlink.
Dallas, Tx.: Starlink, 2008.



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1 videodisc (57 min.): 4 3/4 in. 1 participant packet (20 p.; 28 cm.) Research has shown
that teachers can influence student motivation; that certain practices do work to increase
time spent on task; and that there are ways to make assigned work more engaging and
effective for students at all levels. This program looks at some practical strategies for
promoting student engagement in learning.

LB2361.5 .C68 2008
Course redesign. [videorecording]: [presented by] Starlink in association with the Texas
Higher Education Coordinating Board; executive producer, Henry Hartman. Dallas, Tx.:
Starlink, 2008.
1 videodisc (59 min.): 4 3/4 in.
This seminar will not only take a look at the broad picture of course redesign, but will
look at a state project, several specific course redesigns, and a single class redesign.
Featured are: an interview with Dr. Carol Twigg, Executive Director of the National
Center for Academic Transformation; the Texas Course Redesign Project (history course
at the University of North Texas); English course collaboration between the Dallas
County Community District and Texas Tech University; and a nursing class module.

LB2361.5 .C87 2008
Curriculum redesign. [videorecording]: executive producer, Henry Hartman; producer
and editor, Dan Caldwell; [presented by] Starlink in association with the Texas Higher
Education Coordinating Board.
Dallas, Tx.: Starlink, 2008.
1 videodisc (63 min.): 4 3/4 in
This seminar introduces the redesign process and features several ongoing successful
redesigned curriculums. Provides departments and faculty with ideas and suggestions on
how to implement or expand their own redesign projects.

LB3020.R67 C651990v
[Graduation 1990]: [videorecording]
[Midwest City, Okla.: Rose State College, 1990]
1 videocassette (36 min., 12 sec,): 1/2 in.
Beginning part of the Rose State College 20th graduation ceremony held at the Johnson
Flag Plaza. Tape stops just before the graduates receive their diplomas. Board of
Regents present were Patricia W. Hanson, Alvin H. Alcon, William R. Stark, Joe Cole,
Francis W. Hughes.

LB3051 .M43 2007
Measuring student outcomes. [videorecording]: Executive producer, Henry Hartman;
producer and director, Lisa Brown; [presented by] Starlink.
Dallas, Tx.: Starlink, 2007.
1 videodisc (47 min.): 4 3/4 in. 1 participant packet (34 p.; 28 cm.) Course-level
approaches will be considered as this program examines a performance-based general
education assessment model as well as techniques instructors can implement within their
current models. Faculty-developed holistic scoring rubrics will be included.




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LB3609 .P52 2008
Plagiarism pitfalls & prevention strategies. [videorecording]: [presented by] Starlink;
executive producer, Henry Hartman; producer, director, Lisa Brown.
Dallas, Tx.: Starlink, 2008.
1 videodisc (55 min.): 4 3/4 in.
Plagiarism seems to be on the increase. With the vast amount of Internet material made
available at a mouse-click, it is increasingly difficult to diagnose and trace suspected
instances of plagiarism. In this workshop we aim to make this undertaking less
complicated for instructors by providing helpful strategies and possible countermeasures.
Topics to be explored include: discipline-based approaches to help combat plagiarism;
information literacy interventions; pro-active vs. re-active strategies; assignments that
discourage plagiarism; and online tools helpful in encouraging academic honesty.--
www.starlinktraining.org.

LD6501.O44 A643 1994
[President Nutter's address] [videorecording]: [fall in-service, 1994]
[Midwest City, Okla.: Rose State College, 1994]
1 videocassette (57 min., 36 sec.): 1/2 in.
At fall 1994 In-Service Program Vice President Terry Britton introduced Nancy Ripple
who will head up the new Real-time Reporting program. He then introduced Dawsett
Middleton. president of the Faculty Senate. He then related what the Faculty Senate has
done the last year, and what they hope to do in the coming year. He introduced the new
Faculty Senate members, and that they are taking money--for dues and the next day's
luncheon. He then introduced Dr. Larry Nutter, President of Rose State College. Dr.
Nutter then read three quotes from NISOD winners. He also spoke about the Regents
goal to raise over one million dollars over the next few years. He said that we need to
keep our eyes on our goals and challenges. He talked about lower appropriations from
the State, and how the College must find additional funding. He went on to talk about
salaries, stipends, payments into the retirement system and annuities. He mentioned that
Tinker Air Force Base's continued existence is unstable at the moment. He then talked
about the College's need to look at how to increase student retention, re-examine the use
of regular faculty compared to adjunct, policies and procedures mandated by outside
agencies, the Climate Survey, be a team to make RSC a student-centered institution,
attention to quality and service, the College graduated 731 students this year (the most
ever), the alliance with University of Central Oklahoma, state-wide academic
competitions on campus, the upcoming 25th anniversary "A Silver anniversary for a
golden future", keeping up with technology, competitive salaries for faculty, building
renovations, and refine and expand course offerings, Film by the Oklahoma State
Regents for Higher Education, "The Turning point" was shown. Then some outtakes were
shown. Dr. Britton then listed some of the events coming up in the next couple of days.

LD6501.O44 A643 2000
[President Cook's address] [videorecording]: [fall in-service, 2000]
[Midwest City, Okla.: Rose State College, 2000]
1 videocassette (32 min., 13 sec,): 1/2 in.




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At fall 2000 In-Service Program Carol Cies introduced outgoing faculty senators, and the
new senators. She also talked about change and ways to address it. She then introduced
Dr. James Cook, new President of Rose State College. Dr. Cook then spoke about how
each of the people at Rose State College facilitate change in the students, and each other.
He also talked about 'vision", and the future of the College.

LD6501.O44 A643 2001a
[President Cook's address] [videorecording]: [spring in-service, 2001]
[Midwest City, Okla.: Rose State College, 2001]
1 videocassette (ca. 18 min.): 1/2 in.
At spring 2001 In-Service Program Dr. Ric Baser listed the events to come for In-
Service, and about a blood drive in February, study labs, enrolment is down and not
expected to rise anytime soon, having a caring attitude, AWACS, relationship with Mid-
Del schools, programs at General Motors, incentives to have students complete their
associate degrees prior to transferring on, Raider Dayz, student retention. He also talked
about Service Learning Then he introduced Dr. James Cook, President of Rose State
College. Dr. Cook spoke about lower enrollment, high percentage of low-to-medium
incomes in the area, internet courses are up, partnership with area companies, outreach
efforts--RSC Connections and Gear-up. It's the 30-somethings who are lost. "We are
going to be the envy of other institutions in the state for a long time." Opportunities for
students to grow outside the classroom and our facilities are up-to-date. Our attitude of
bringing our best efforts to promote the students is most important. We have the power
and responsibility to change minds.

LD6501.O44 A643 2001b
[President Cook's address] [videorecording]: [fall in-service, 2001]
[Midwest City, Okla.: Rose State College, 2001]
1 videocassette (ca. 28 min.): 1/2 in.
At the fall 2001 In-Service Program Claudia Buckmaster spoke about Teaching in
Community, a faculty development project. Those involved were in its implementation
were introduced: Toni Castillo, Carol Cies, Heather Klemer, Mary Lou Coleman, Helen
Day, Marion Fox, Steve Howard, Patricia Johnston, Adrian Oden, Linda Tucker. She
then introduced Dr. James Cook, President of Rose State College. Dr. Cook then spoke
about leadership, team work to change lives at Rose State College. He showed a
humorous film staring Baillie Dunlap. He finished by listing new, and some continuing,
programs

LD6501.R67 S727 2002 spring
[President Cook's address] [videorecording]: [spring in-service, 2002]
[Midwest City, Okla.: Rose State College, 2002]
1 videocassette (ca. 63 min.): 1/2 in.
Dr. Baser listed the upcoming InService events, including technical program reviews. He
then introduced Dr. Bill Brown, who the introduced Dr. Cook. Dr. Cook informed the
group that there is a 22% shortfall in the State budget; $211,000 has been cut from Rose
State's budget, resulting in a cut in travel and supplies. He talked about the sales tax, and
the prediction for 2003 State budget. He emphasized that Rose State will continute to



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serve its mission. The College registered 1100 more students for Spring semester than
for Fall. He also talked about a few of the College's students. Russell and Louise Vaught
would be in the audience for the Teaching in Commmunity presentation with Dr. Cook.
Claudia Buckmaster then expained the new project: Teaching in Community. Letitia
Johnson talked about its purpose and gaols. Carol Cies recounted some of the activities
of the group. Toni Castillo and Heather Plumer told about what Teaching in Community
has done for them. Steve Howard then divided up th e instructors for an exercise. Ms.
Buckmaster finished the session with questions and answers.

LD6501.R67 C644 1993
The College and the community. [videorecording]: Rose State College 1993. Midwest
City, Okla.: Rose State College-TV, 1993.
1 videocassette (ca. 10 min..): 1/2 in.
President of Rose State College, Dr. Larry Nutter said that in the annual report capital
improvements were stressed: remodeling of the Student Center, up-to-date computers,
and planning for the Communications Center. RSC will next focus on classroom needs.
But this year the College needed to re-focus on the "heart of the College" - people, and
the College's role with the community. He examined the College's community
commitment and ways to reinforce and strengthen its role as a vital force in the
Community. Tinker AFB had recently been put on the BRAC list. The shock of that
brought the community together to convince politicians that Tinker is a necessary Base.
That the College be an essential element of the "higher education community", be a voice
of the people, as well as, education. The College agreed to participate in a pilot project of
the Higher Education Alumni Council of Oklahoma (HEIKE). Kathryn Jones, executive
director of HEACO, and Dick Hefton talked about the Council, and getting alumni
involved in the grass roots movements. Nutter then talked about how the RSC Board of
Regents were involved with the College; and that next year a formal assessment plan will
be created to submit to the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

LD6501.R67 T83 1995
25th Anniversary Rose State College. [videorecording]: dinner and open house
[Midwest City, OK.]: RSC-TV, [1995]
1 videocassette (ca. 1 hr., 49 min.): 1/2 in.
At the dinner Dr. Nutter thanked the singers and pianist. He recognized the people who'd
been with the College since its beginning, and those who helped make Oscar Rose Junior
College a reality. Then he listed some of the historical changes, the RSC Foundation
Campaign, the bombing of the Murrah Building, the previous presidents, Global
Oklahoma, falling of the Berlin Wall, burying of the RSC time capsule, when each
building was constructued/rennovated, accreditation, beginning of classes held at Tinker
Air Force Base, He also recognized those who joined the College during each 5-year
time period since 1970. He and Chairman Marie Jordan then presented the charter
members with memory boxes. The video then switches to presentation of longevity
awards. Oklahoma Speaker of the Senate, Dave Herbert gave the welcome, Speaker of
the House, Glen Johnson represented the State of Oklahoma and gave RSC accolades.
Mr. Herbert also introduced senators who were, and were not present, and others who
were important in the foundation and funding for RSC. Russell Vaught, Regent Marie



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Jordan presented Russell Vaught an award of recognition. Russell Vaught then talked
about Oscar Rose and others, and their contribution to the founding of ORJC. Awards
were then presented to those people. Debbra Engle presented the award for Dr. Joe
Leone. Mr. Vaught listed the charter staff and faculty of ORJC. Robert Croak spoke
about the RSC Foundation. Then several other awards were presented.

LD6501.R67 U55 1998
RSC-10-30-98. [videorecording]
Oklahoma City: Summit Video Productions, 10-26-98
This is a 30-second television promotional for spring semester at Rose State College.


LD6501.R67 R67 1995
[Rose State College Foundation 25th anniversary campaign] [videorecording]: a silver
past for a golden future. Susan Loveless, executive producer; Margaret Cox, producer.
Midwest City: Rose State College Television, [1995]
1 videocassette (ca. 13 min.): 1/2 in.
Narrator begins by talking about how things were at Oscar Rose Junior College. He then
gave a history of ORJC which was renamed Rose State College in 1980; and what RSC is
at the time of filming. The RSC Foundation's campaign is to raise a base goal of one
million dollars, with a challenge of an additional five-hundred thousand. This would
endow scholarships. Two students talked about how an RSC Foundation scholarship
helps them. I t would also help academic program development and health sciences
programs, faculty & staff development, endowment for faculty chairs professorships,
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Center), community service. "You can be become a partner in this unparallel
opportunity. An opportunity to impact the local Midwest City-Del City area, state of
Oklahoma, and even the global community." ... "Today Rose State College reaches for a
golden future. For the next 25 years and beyond. Please invest in the Rose State College
Foundation by making a financial commitment to the 25th anniversary campaign."

LD6501.R67 S54 1990
20th Anniversary Rose State College. [videorecording] Susan Loveless, executive
producer; Pam Chase, producer.
Midwest City: Rose State College Television Studio 1990.
1 videocassette (about 16 min.) 1/2 in.
Several Rose State faculty, President Nutter, Board of Regents members, community and
student members spoke about how the College started. They also spoke about how it has
helped not only to further people's quest for education, but also how it has helped the
community. President Nutter concluded with talking about Rose State's history, quality,
optimism leadership, "1990s here we come".

PN1995.9.W3 E24 2007
Armed forces: masculinity and sexuality in the American war film. Robert Eberwein.
New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 2007.
1 videodisc (113 min.): 4 3/4 in.



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Special features: the novel, a discussion with author Ray Bradbury; the making of
Fahrenheit 451; feature commentary with Julie Christie; the music of Fahrenheit 451; the
original title sequence of feature; photo poster gallery; theatrical trailer.
Montag, a regimented fireman in charge of burning the forbidden volumes, meets a
revolutionary school teacher who dares to read. Suddenly he finds himself a hunted
fugitive, forced to choose not only between two women, but between personal safety and
intellectual freedom.

PS3503.R167 Z854 2007
Ray Bradbury. [videorecording]: an American icon. Great North Productions and Atlantis
Films Limited present; producers, Robert Duncan, Jill Sharpe; written and directed by
Robert Duncan.
[Thousand Oaks, Calif.]: Monterey Video: Distributed by Monterey Media, [2007]
1 videodisc (46 min.): 4 3/4 in.
This Pulitzer Prize Winner for more than 50 years has woven unique magic and given the
world an enthralling library of work. A definitive biography, filmed with personal
anecdotes, interviews with friends, footage at home, at rehearsals of his plays, on the
lecture circuit, and clips from the television series The Ray Bradbury theater captures the
essence of this truly gifted writer.


QH541.5.R52 G73 1998
The green zone. [videorecording]: produced, directed & written by Ray Burley. Oley,
PA: Bullfrog Films, 1998.
1 videodisc (ca. 47 min.): 4 3/4 in.
Shows that protecting a stream or restoring a river often means repairing this green
riparian zone, which scientists say is as important to the river's ecosystem as the water
itself.

QL737.R68 V37 2003
Varmints. [videorecording]: a Doug Hawes-Davis documentary. Executive producer,
Timothy Bechtold; associate producer, Jennifer Ferenstein.
Missoula, MT: High Plains Films, 2003.
1 videodisc (148 min.): 4 3/4 in.
Officially declared a 'varmint', the prairie dog may be hunted with no restrictions as to
season, method, or number of animals taken. This documentary examines the prairie
dog's role as a keystone species in the grasslands of the northern plains states. Ecologists,
hunters, ranchers, and others are interviewed. Archival footage shows the U.S.
government's official eradication policy of the 1930s. The contemporary sport of varmint
hunting is presented.

R727.3 .P76 2007
Professional behavior in healthcare professions. [videorecording ]: effective
communication with patients. [Odyssey Productions LLC].
New York, NY: Distributed by Insight Media, [2007].
1 videodisc (ca. 25 min.): 4 3/4 in.



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Explores patient communication. Shows how to establish therapeutic relationships; build
empathy, trust, and confidentiality; and interview and assess patients. Presents effective
communication skills, examines communication issues associated with specific patient
groups, discusses Erikson's Stages of Life theory, considers communication with patients
in pain or at the end of life, covers cultural and religious issues, and introduces the phases
of the nurse-patient relationship.


RC350.5 .A87 1995
Assessment. [videorecording]: LOC, motor, and pupillary response. With Judith Lower;
produced by Vince Clews & Associates, Inc.
Baltimore, Md.: Williams & Wilkins Electronic Media [distributed by Insight Media],
1995.
1 videodisc (27 min.): 4 3/4 in.
Goal is to help improve neuro assessment techniques by defining parameters of
judgement as: pupils and vital signs, changes in response to stimulation, level of
consciousness, orientation and motor signs.

RC350.5 .A871 1995
Assessment. [videorecording]: cranial nerves, sensory response, and vital signs. With
Judith Lower; produced by Vince Clews & Associates, Inc.
Baltimore, Md.: Williams & Wilkins Electronic Media [distributed by Insight Media],
1995.
1 videodisc (21 min.): 4 3/4 in.
Provides a basis for understanding and assessing the neurologic system. Demonstrations
of cranial nerve assessment, motor strength and function, and a neurologic emergency
insure that viewers will have an understanding of not only why these aspects are
evaluated, but how to accurately measure the patients response.

RC537 .P35 2007
The pain of depression. [videorecording]: a journey through the darkness. Producer, Mary
Guardino; director, Ali DeGerome.
Staten Island, N.Y.: Freedom from Fear, 2007.
1 videodisc (57 min.): 4 3/4 in.
Tells the compelling stories of individuals who suffered from clinical depression, a
medical illness, which affects more than 20 million Americans each year. This film,
broadcast on PBS stations nationally, profiles everyday people who experienced
depression and tells their stories through their own words. The documentary also explores
the different ways depression can manifest itself, including both emotionally and
physically. Individuals may not receive appropriate treatment because the physical
impact of depression can mask the illness. The film also examines how family, friends
and communities are impacted by the depression of their loved ones. Nationally
recognized experts discuss the cutting-edge research and theories of depression: its
neurophysiology, broad range of symptoms, possible treatments and the role of family
and friends in an individual's recovery.--container.




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RC734.A94 C37 2002
Learning lung sounds. [computer file]: Cardionics, Inc.
Webster, TX: Stethographics [licensed to Cardionics], 2002.
1 CD-ROM: 4 3/4 in.
List of Lung Sounds: Normal lung sounds, Tracheal, Bronchial, Fine crackles, Course
crackles, Squawks, Rhonchi, Interstitial fibrosis, Pleural rub, Stridor, Wheezes, Asthma,
Pneumonia, COPD, Bronchiectasis -- Features: Case studies, over 200 normal and
abnormal lung sounds, visualization of sounds while listening, comprehensive quiz.

RC735.I5 R468 2000
Respiratory. [videorecording]: assessing the adult respiratory system. NEVCO
Productions.
Naples, FL: NEVCO Productions, 2000.
1 videodisc (53 min.): 4 3/4 in.
Covers topics from the initial interview, basic anatomy and physiology, lung sounds to
the signs and symptoms of common respiratory diseases and therapeutic modalities

RC735.I5 R468 2000 Guide
Respiratory. [Guide]: assessing the adult respiratory system. NEVCO Productions.
Assessing the adult respiratory system
Naples, FL: NEVCO Productions, 2000.
1 program guide (29 p.)
Covers topics from the initial interview, basic anatomy and physiology, lung sounds to
the signs and symptoms of common respiratory diseases and therapeutic modalities.

RC803 .P49 2007
Physical assessment. Gastrointestinal & genitourinary systems. [videorecording]:
[HSTN].
Carrollton, TX: Health and Sciences Television Network: Trinity Healthforce Learning,
2007.
1 videodisc (30 min.): 4 3/4 in.
Presents the purpose, components, and techniques used to complete the physical exam
related to the adult patient's gastrointestinal and genitourinary systems.

RJ245 .P42 1996
Pediatric assessment. [videorecording]: producers, Pat Barey, Maureen Mullen, Terry
Burson.
St. Louis, Mo.: Mosby, 1996.
1 videodisc (31 min.): 4 3/4 in.
This program uses documentary footage obtained in actual clinical settings to cover all of
the major parts of a good pediatric assessment, including a comprehensive health history,
an evaluation of family structure and function, and a thorough physical examination,
including a review of all body systems and developmental assessment of the child.




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RT48.6 .R36 2006
Rapid physical assessment. [videorecording]: director, Bill R. Irwin ; writer, John
Shannon.
Cypress, CA: Medcom Trainex, 2006.
1 videodisc (25 min., 3 sec.): 4 3/4 in. 1 guide (22 p.). 1 Instructor/Facilitator packet.
Reviews the steps required to perform a rapid physical assessment (RPA). Includes pre-
assessment information gathering, general observations, and performance of a physical
exam of all major body regions.

RT55 .G76 2004
Growth & development. [videorecording].
[Burtonsville, Md.]: MEDS Pub.; a New York: distributed by Insight Media, 2004.
1 videodisc (65 min.): 4 3/4 in.
A review of pediatric nursing for test preparation. Characteristics of development --
Lifespan & development of the infant, toddler, preschooler, school-age child, &
adolescent.

TD883 .A57 2006
The air we breathe. [videorecording]: Jim Hamm Productions Ltd., in co-production with
the National Film Board of Canada, Pacific Centre.
Oley, PA: Bullfrog Films, [2006]1996.
1 videodisc (49 min.): 4 3/4 in.
Examines how certain political choices and socio-cultural forces have led to the growing
crisis of air pollution and explores what steps certain Canadian and American cities are
taking to reduce it. Also examines the environmental consequences of urban sprawl and
the damaging effects of commuter culture on the air and our overall quality of life.

TD883.1 .U6 2002
Up close and toxic. [videorecording]: [presented by] Bullfrog Films; produced by the
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Oley, PA: Bullfrog Films, 2002.
1 videodisc (45 min.): 4 3/4 in.
This film looks at indoor pollution as it follows a typical yet fictional family as they
interact with countless everyday items that are potentially harmful to them. Three experts,
Dr. Richard Corsi, Dr. Donna Mergler, John Roberts, who appear in the form of "friendly
ghosts", make themselves known to the audience whenever there is a pollutant to be
disclosed.

NEW IN SPECIAL COLLECTIONS

SPEC COLL KF373.H68 C724 2007
Country lawyer: the life & times of James F. Howell. By David C. Craighead; foreword
by David L. Boren. Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Heritage Association, 2007.




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SPEC COLL LB1778.3.O67 F33
Faculty handbook.
Midwest City, Okla.: Oscar Rose Junior College, [1970]
Library has: 1970-1971; 1972-1973; 1974-1975

SPEC COLL LB2341.6.O44 O44 1987
Oklahoma's secret crisis: report of the Oklahoma Higher Education Task Force, January
1, 1987. Oklahoma Higher Education Task Force. [Oklahoma City]: Oklahoma Higher
Education Task Force, 1987.

SPEC COLL LB2822.75.R67 A55 2002
Annual student assessment report: 2001-2002 Rose State College. Academic Assessment
Committee. [Midwest City, Okla.: Rose State College, 2002]

SPEC COLL LB3032.O63 S34
Schedule of classes. Oscar Rose Junior College. Midwest City, Okla.; Oscar Rose Junior
College, 1970-1983.
Holdings: First semester, 1970/1971-fall semester, 1983
First semester, 1970-1971, schedule of classes on sheet 63 x 48 cm. folded to 16 x 25 cm.
for mailing. Includes sidebar of distances in minutes to campus from ten cities. Spring
term schedule, 1970-1971, and Fall, 1972-1973 are reproduced pages stapled in upper left
corner. Evening, Summer, and Community non-credit schedules are 4-page folded and
single sheets. Beginning with Spring 1972-1973, stapled booklets are printed with the
Oscar Rose Junior College logo in blue and gold, and include all day, evening, and non-
credit courses. Beginning with Summer 1982, campus photographs appear on covers;
color photos appear in Spring 1983.


SPEC COLL LB3032.R67 C53
Class schedule. Rose State College.
Library has incomplete holdings. Library lacks: Summer, 1985; Summer 1986; Spring
and Summer, 1987; Summer, 1988.

SPEC COLL LB3223.4.O44 C35 2000
Campus master plan: supplement. Rose State College. [Midwest City, Okla.]: Rose State
College, 2000.
Changes to campus master plan -- Capital outlay of projects by source of funding --
Agency summary by project number -- Capital outlay projects: 531-002 Health Sciences
Building ; 531-0003 Renovation to the Health Environ. Bldg. ; 531-0004 Removal of
barriers ; 5531-0005 Renovation of Learning Resources Building -- 531-0006 Track &
Flied Course -- 531-0007 Purchase of Land and/or Building -- 531-0010
Equipment/Instructional, Computer, Other -- 531-0012 Maintenance Facility -- 531-0015
Addition/Administration Building -- 531-0020 Instructional Equipment -- 531-0021
Addition to Student Services Building -- 531-0022 Aquatic Center/Gym Addition -- 531-
0025 Instruct'l Improv. & Remodel of SM & ET -- 531-0026 Carpet for Tom Steed &
LRC Bldgs -- 531-0027 Optical Disk Imaging System -- 531-0028 Renov. & Improv. of



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Hlth Sci. Annex Bldg. -- 531-0029 Modifications & Improve. to Comm. Ctr. -- 531-0030
Renov. & Impr. of the HB Atkinson Theater.

SPEC COLL LC148.15.R67 R47 1983
Retention; a study for quality education. The Retention Committee report. By the
Retention Committee; Charles H. D. Brown, chairperson. 1983. "This report was written
at the request of Joe Packnett, President Rose State College, May 4, 1983" -- T.p.
Summary: The results of the committee's mission to review issues relating to student
academic success, to involve all college employees and a representative number of
students, and to recommend immediate and long range actions to improve academic
success of students.

SPEC COLL PN4193.L4 R67 1998
History of the Great Issues Lecture Series. Rose State College. [Midwest City, Okla.:
Rose State College, [1998]
Roster of Rose State College faculty lecturers and lecture titles on all academic areas.
Four lectures were scheduled each fall and spring semester from Fall 1989 to Spring
1998.

SPEC COLL PN4784.E6 I57
It's rosaceous. Rose State College.
Library has: v. 2, no. 5-6 (May-Aug. 1989); v.3, no. 2-3 (May-Dec. 1990) College
newsletter for and about Rose State faculty and staff.

SPEC COLL PN4784.E6 R67
First Friday: the Rose State College faculty/staff newsletter. Rose State College.
Marketing and Public Relations Office.
Library has partial holdings.
Newsletter covering student and faculty accomplishments, academic programs and
initiatives, and campus activities.

SPEC COLL TD365 .C53
Class listings. The Oklahoma Environmental Training Center, Rose State College.
Library has: Fall 1999; Spring and summer 2000




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