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Generalities

Library Science

Psychology

 

 

GENERALITIES

 

VCR 001.94 S446

SECRETS OF THE UNKNOWN: MPI Home Video, 1989.

Summary: English castles are haunted by eerie spirits like the White Lady and Black Friar. The film asks the question, "Why do these apparitions appear?"  (30 min.)  


VCR 001.944 M75

MONSTER: BBC Worldwide Americas, c1997.

Summary: A journey through fact and fantasy, putting viewers face to face with deadly spiders, scorpions, and ferocious crocodiles.  Meet terrifying monsters and discover the real creatures that may have inspired these mythical beasts.  (35 min.)

 

 

 

COMPUTERS

 

VCR 004.16 G394

GETTING CONNECTED: WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR PC WHEN YOU GET IT HOME: User's Choice, c1994.

Summary: Getting connected has never been easier.  Learn how to: connect everything; install software; use windows; use DOS commands; start programs; do a virus check; decide what software to buy; connect to the information highway; etc.  (2 hours)

 

VCR 004/67 D611

DISCOVERING THE WORLD WIDE WEB: Wentworth Worldwide Media, Inc., 1995.

Summary: This is the fourth tape in the Classroom Connect Internet training series. In this program introduces the World Wide Web and how to use the graphics, sounds, and videos available to educators and students.  It also covers Netscape, a software product which enables Internet users to surf the World Wide Web.  (54 min.)

 

VCR 004.67 I43

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET: Free Range Media, 1994.

Summary: Designed with the novice PC user in mind, this tutorial is both fun and interesting with interviews and demonstrations from actual Internet users.  You will be shown the basic protocols of E-mail, File Transfer Protocol, and Telnet as well as the latest Internet tools such as Gopher, World Wide Web, Archie, Veronica, and WAIS.  (ca. 30 min.)

 

VCR 004.67 S446

SECRETS OF THE INTERNET: MPI Home Video, c1998.

Summary: Richard Kahn goes behind the computer screen to provide glimpse at the wide diversity of information, images and insight found on the Web.  (2 hours & 25 min.)

 

VCR 005.3 E96 1997

LEARN HOW TO USE MICROSOFT EXCEL 97: Gartner Group Learning, c1997.

Summary: Introduces intermediate and advanced skills such as charts, graphics, web pages, managing database records and macros.  (45 min.)

 

VCR 005.3 E96ad

LEARNING EXCEL 5.0, ADVANCED: ViaGrafix, 1994.

Summary: Shows you the advanced features of Excel including how to create charts and graphs, outlines, database use, etc.  (1 hour & 12 min.)

 

VCR 005.3 E96fo

LEARNING EXCEL 5.0 FORMULAS AND FUNCTIONS: ViaGrafix, c1993.

Summary: This video covers: using formulas, operators, functions from most of the different categories, and data analysis ToolPak tools.  (1 hour & 12 min.)

 

VCR 005.3 E96in

EXCEL: INTRODUCTION FOR WINDOWS: ViaGrafix, 1994.

Summary:  Introduction to Excel, 5.0.  (1 hour)

 

VCR 005.3 E96ma

LEARNING EXCEL 5.0 MACROS: ViaGrafix, c1994.

Summary: Instructors Leslie Thomas and Kurt Gwartny explain the creation and use of macros, personal macro workbooks, buttons, toolbars, and other spreadsheet shortcuts.  (1 hour & 10 min.)

 

VCR 005.3 I61nt

INTRODUCTION TO LOTUS 1-2-3: GETTING STARTED WITH THE POWERFUL SPREADSHEET: Data Link Research Services, c1988.

Summary: Presents the basics of LOTUS and discusses how to use LOTUS commands to design spreadsheets, produce business graphics, and print a spreadsheet. Also introduces terminology--cells, rows, and column commands. (51 min.)

 

VCR 005.3 L884ot

LOTUS 1-2-3: LEVEL II ADVANCED LOTUS; BE AN EXPERT: Data Link Research Services, [c1987?].

Summary: Reviews "Introduction to LOTUS" plus an explanation of spreadsheets. Describes creating, saving and transferring macros.  (1 hour & 21 min.)

 

VCR 005.3 L884ot

LOTUS 1-2-3, LEVEL III GETTING STARTED WITH GRAPHS & MACROS: Data Link Research Services, c1988.

Summary: Getting started with graphs and Macros, creating, documenting, saving, and printing graphs.  (51 min.)

 

VCR 005.3 O94e

LEARNING OUTLOOK 98 E-MAILING: ViaGrafix, 1998.

Summary: Teaches sending messages including attachments, opening messages and attachments, creating and renaming folders, creating and formatting e-mail signature, examining advanced e-mail settings, etc.  (1 hour & 15 min.)

 

VCR 005.3 O94sc

OUTLOOK 98 :Scheduling [1997]

Summary: Main elements of Outlook screen, creating and organizing, contact records, elements of the calendar, creating an event, creating tasks, learning about task assignments and meeting requests.  (1 hour & 13 min.)

 

VCR 005.36 B311

BASIC, AN INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER PROGRAMMING: Center for Humanities, c1981.

Summary: Designed to introduce the fundamental BASIC vocabulary and explain how it is used to design a computer program.  (1 hour & 74 min.)

 

VCR 005.369 L438

LEARNING MICROSOFT OFFICE INTEGRATION: ViaGrafix, c1994.

Summary: Teaches Microsoft Office manager principles.  (1 hour & 8 min.)

 

VCR 005.4 D722 ad

LEARNING DOS 6.0 ADVANCED: ViaGrafix, c1993.

Summary: Learn about hard drives, directories and subdirectories, path command, deleting and moving directories and virus protection.  (1 hour & 6 min.)

 

VCR 005.4 D722in

LEARNING DOS 6.0 INTRODUCTION: ViaGrafix, c1993.

Summary: Learn about file structure and working with files.  (1 hour & 10 min.)

 

VCR 005.4 L438d3

LEARNING DOS, LEVEL III: Data Link Research Services, 1989.

Summary: Discusses advanced concepts of DOS (disk operating system).  (53 min.)

 

VCR 005.4 W765

WINDOWS 95: Florida Marketing International, c1995.

Summary: Four videocassettes. Vol 1 includes desktop icons, taskbar, accessories, multitasking, deleting files, shutdown. Vol 2 includes system requirements, installation, formatting disks, screen savers, settings, adding fonts, desktop, backing up files, recycle bin. Vol 3 includes finding list files, taskbar properties, changing shortcuts, object linking, printer controls. Vol 4 includes installing 3rd party software, defragmenting hard disk, scan disk, running DOS files, sending fax, creating start-up disk, trouble shooting.  (4 videos--6 hours & 15 min.)

 

VCR 005.43 D722os

LEARNING DOS: GETTING STARTED WITH YOUR IBM PC OR COMPATIBLE: Data Link Research Services, c1988.

Summary: Learn basic DOS (disk operating system) commands, use of the keyboard and basic computer techniques.

 

VCR 005.43 D722os II

LEARNING DOS, LEVEL II: Data Link Research Services, c1988.

Summary: Discusses aspects of DOS (disk operating system), subdirectories, batch and autoexec files, how function keys and hotkeys work and the fundamentals of hard drive operation.  (ca. 35 min.)

 

VCR 005.4469 W765a

LEARNING WINDOWS ‘95, ADVANCED: ViaGrafix, c1995.

Summary: Kathryn Sparks and Virgil Richie demonstrate backing up files, disk maintenance, modem and CD-ROM installation, using Clipboard, and minimizing open windows.  (1 hour)

 

VCR 005.4469 W765i

LEARNING WINDOWS ‘95, INTRODUCTION: ViaGrafix, c1995.

Summary:  Kathryn Sparks and Virgil Richie teach how to use several new or enhanced features of Windows ‘95.  Includes customizing the taskbar, viewing a tool tip, viewing the explorer, creating folders, deleting applications, and changing the desktop display.  (1 hour & 14 min.)

 

VCR 005.7 N476

WINDOWS 95 NETWORKING: Florida Marketing International, 1996, c1994.

Summary: An introduction to networking that includes LAN, components, cables, administration, server software, LocalTalk, Daisy chain, backbone or bus, passive star, active star, mixed topologies, optimize network, bridge, router, band width, tribe star, eithernet, 10 base-T.  (1 hour & 48 min.)

 

VCR 005.7 W377

WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT MADE EASY: Florida Marketing International, 1996?

Summary: Three videocassettes present overview plus the details to develop a website using either Windows or Macintosh. V.1 –V.3.  (3 videos--6 hours)

 

VCR 005.72 F935

MICROSOFT FRONTPAGE 97: Gartner Group Learning, 1997.

Summary: Directions for using “FrontPage 97” to create a professional- quality Web Site.  (45 min.)

 

VCR 005.74 D277ba

INTRODUCTION TO dBASE III PLUS: GETTING STARTED WITH POWERFUL dBASE: Data Link Research Services Inc., c1987.

Summary: Video Professor introducing dBase III Plus.  (1 hour & 8 min.)

 

VCR 005.74 D277ba

dBASE III PLUS, LEVEL II: ADVANCED dBASE III PLUS, BE AN EXPERT: Data Link Research Services, c1988.

Summary: Continues dBase instructions with the type, modify, and do case commands.  (ca. 1 hour)

 

VCR 005.74 D277ba

dBASE III PLUS, LEVEL III: ADVANCED dBASE III PLUS, BE AN EXPERT: Data Link Research Services, c1988.

Summary: Continues dBase instructions with Do Case, writing a program with “Application Generator,” and debugging a program.  (56 min.)

 

VCR 005.7565 A169ad

ACCESS FOR WINDOWS 95 VERSION 7 ADVANCED: ViaGrafix, c1995.

Summary: Topics include creating a single-column list box, an option group, main and subform forms, mailing labels, backing up database objects, and exporting to Excel and Word.  (1 hour & 7 min.)

 

VCR 005.7565 A169I

INTRODUCTION TO ACCESS FOR WINDOWS 95, VERSION 7: ViaGrafix, c1995.

Summary: Includes viewing databases, explaining Access Windows, and using query works, table wizards, and AutoForm.  (1 hour & 10 min.)

 

VCR 005.7565 A169in

LEARNING ACCESS FOR WINDOWS 95, VERSION 7 INTERMEDIATE: ViaGrafix, c1995.

Summary: Includes query, creating custom form, creating combo box, custom report, and using macros.  (1 hour & 12 min.)

 

VCR 006.6 H998

HYPERSTUDIO 3.1: Florida Marketing International, c1996.

Summary: Step by step instruction on two videocassettes that explains the features, uses and capabilities of this multimedia authoring tool for the Macintosh.  V.1 - V.2  (2 videos--4 hours)

 

VCR 006.6 M626

POWERPOINT FOR WINDOWS 95: LEARN PC, c1995.

Summary: Two videocassettes detail the introductory skills such as tour of PowerPoint screen,  overview of help, building presentation and the advanced skills such as combining presentations, using clipart, adding effects.  (1 hour & 40 min.)

 

VCR 006.6 P887

POWERPOINT 97: Film Ideas, Inc. 1997.

Summary: Three videocassettes. Vol 1 presents basics of creating presentations, help screen, drawn objects, clipart, and printing. Vol 2 includes advanced graphics, modifying pictures, word art, headers & footers, masters, speaker notes, background format, charts. Vol 3 covers organization charts, templates, advanced formatting, combining presentations, advanced slide show, macros, custom tool bar.  (3 videos--ca. 2 hours each)

 

VCR 006.6 P887 1997

LEARN HOW TO USE POWERPOINT 97: Gartner Group Learning, c1997.

Summary: Provides an introduction to this popular presentation graphics software application by showing how to create a presentation for distribution, export to HTML and more.  (45 min.)

 

VCR 006.68 A939l

LEARNING AUTOCAD 13 FOR WINDOWS: ViaGrafix, c1995.

Summary: Introduction to the application of computer aided design using AutoCAD 13 for Windows.  (55 min.)

 

VCR 006.68 D457i

LEARNING DESIGNCAD 2D [7.0] FOR WINDOWS ‘95: ViaGrafix, c1995.

Summary: Introduction to the application of computer aided design using DesignCAD for Windows ‘95.  (1 hour)

 

VCR 006.68 I61

LEARNING POWERPOINT INTRODUCTION 4.0: ViaGrafix, c1994.

Summary: A video tutorial that provides step-by-step instruction on the fundamentals of PowerPoint, a program to create and edit many types of charts, graphs, and other presentations.  (1 hour & 2 min.)

 

VCR 006.68 U85

POWERPOINT 4.0, ADVANCED: ViaGrafix, c1994.

Summary: Provides instruction on the advanced features of PowerPoint, a program to create and edit many types of charts, graphs, and other presentations.  (1 hour)

 

 

LIBRARY SCIENCE

 

VCR 021.7 B724

BOOK TALKING WITH JONI BODART: H. W. Wilson, c1986.

Summary: Author Joni Bodart, with the assistance of school librarians Larry Rakow and Jacqueline Brown Woody, discusses the aims and benefits of book talks and outlines the basic techniques and personal touches to use when planning and delivering booktalks.  (25 min.)

 

VCR 025.17 C536

CHILDREN'S VIDEO IN LIBRARIES: ALA Video, 1989.

Summary: Recorded at the workshop at the ALSC Preconference, June 23,1989, in Dallas.  (48 min.)

 

VCR 025.213 B724

BOOKS OUR CHILDREN READ: Films Inc., 1984.

Summary: Shows parents and educators in the Fort Frye Local School District in southeastern Ohio meeting to discuss the topic of acceptable reading for children. Their discussion centers upon the suitability for junior high school students of two books: A Day No Pigs Would Die by Robert Peck, and Forever by Judy Blume.  (28 min.)

 

VCR 025.5 I43

TEACHING INFORMATION SKILLS: THE “BIG 6” MODEL: Hi Willow Research & Publishing, c1993.

Summary: Looks at the information explosion and the role of the library media program in teaching critical thinking.  Looks at a framework or model for information skills.  (30 min.)

 

VCR 027.8 I43

THE INFORMATION POWER VIDEO: Encyclopedia Britannica Educational Corporation, c1988.

Summary: Presents school library media and classroom activities that highlight the importance of developing information skills in students for kindergarten to 12th grade.  (19 min.)

 

VCR 027.8 K73

INFORMATION LITERACY STANDARDS FOR SUTDENT LEARNING IN ACTION: AASL & Education Communications & Technology, c1998.

Summary: Video describes information literacy standards for students that cover core learning outcomes.  Vignettes that show variety of situations illustrate elements of each standard.  (15 min.)

 

VCR 028.5 C146al

CALDECOTT AT FIFTY: ALA Video, c1988.

Summary: A panel of ALSC members discusses Frederic G Melcher, founder of the Caldecott Medal, and the early days of the medal.  (44 min.)  


VCR 028.5 N534

NEWBERY AWARD: International Reading Association, 1999.

Summary: Highlights of the favorite Newbery Award winners and honor books of the 20th century.  Includes film of Lloyd Alexander, as well as audio and video footage of Jerry Spinelli and Sharon Creech. Titles include The Giver, Bridge to Terabithia, Walk Two Moons, Island of the Blue Dolphins, Hatchet, Lily's Crossing.  (17 min.)

   

 

GENERAL ORGANIZATIONS & MUSEOLOGY

 

VCR 060.42 P252

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE MADE SIMPLE: Robert McConnell Productions, c1994.

Summary: Basics of parliamentary procedure including Robert's rules of order and a sample meeting.  (1 hour & 20 min.)

 

 

PSYCHOLOGY

 

VCR 152.4 H847ow

HOW KIDS DEAL WITH LOVE, HATE, ANGER, FEAR: Kimbo Educational, 1987.

Summary: Identifies the feelings of love, hate, anger, and fear, and shows how each person reacts differently to his feelings.  (32 min.)

 

VCR 152.47 D279wi

DEALING WITH ANGER: Audio Visual Narrative Arts, 1977.

Summary: Describes the different ways that anger manifests itself, investigates physical and psychological reactions to anger, and suggests constructive methods of dealing with anger.  (28 min.)

 

VCR 153.8 O58

ONE IN THE SAME: A SPECIAL LOOK AT TEENAGERS AND DIVERSITY: Cherub Productions, c1994.

Summary:  Teenagers from diverse racial, ethnological, and cultural backgrounds learn to work together, in this case on a mural, sharing their problems and learning from each other.  (32 min.)

 

VCR 155.2 H847

HOW WE'RE DIFFERENT AND ALIKE. United Learning, c1994.

Summary: The first part of the program discusses the biological and cultural reasons people are different from one another. People's similarities are discussed in the second part. c1994.  (10 min.)

 

VCR 155.2 I11

I LIKE BEING ME: SELF-ESTEEM: Sunburst Communications, c1990.

Summary:  Focuses on self-image issues common to teenagers.  Suggests simple ways to improve feelings of self-worth and encourages young people to look for successes and find ways to achieve them.

 

VCR 155.23 M995

MY SELF-ESTEEM: Pyramid Films, c1989.

Summary: Eleven-year-old Molly Kramer is suffering from low self-esteem until she receives a visit from “Molly Two”-- an alter ego who looks as bad as Molly feels.  She teaches Molly about developing self-esteem--communicating with respect, setting goals, and accepting differences in herself and others.  As Molly begins to feel better about herself, her alter ego's appearance improves.

   

VCR 155.3 M534

MEN AND WOMEN: DIFFERENCES: Films for the Humanities, c1995.

Summary: Program on the social and psychological differences between men and women as well as the possible basis it.  (30 min.)

 

VCR 153.4 C934 pt.1

CRITICAL THINKING AND THE HUMAN EMOTIONS: Sonoma State Univ., 1991

Summary: Discusses the role of emotions in learning.  (59 min.)

 

VCR 153.4 C934 pt.2

CRITICAL THINKING AND MATHEMATICAL PROBLEM SOLVING: Sonoma State Univ., c1993.

Summary: Alan Schoenfeld argues that most students do not learn to think mathematically because of the domination of didactic lecture, standard algorithmic practice, and one-dimensional testing.  (60 min.)

 

VCR 153.4 L438

LEARNING TO THINK WELL: QUALITY CONTROL IN TEACHING: Sonoma State Univ., c1993.

Summary: Videotape proceedings of the International Conference on Critical Thinking & Educational Reform.  Gerald Nosich, Univ. of New Orleans professor of philosophy, lectures on reasoning, critical thinking, creativity, problem solving, communication and relates them to teaching strategies.  (59 min.)

 

VCR 153.4 M918

MOTIVATING STUDENTS TO THINK CRITICALLY BY TEACHING FOR DISCOVERY: Sonoma State Univ., c1993.

Summary: Videotape proceeding of the International Conference on Critical Thinking & Educational Reform.  Gerald Nosich, Univ. of New Orleans professor of philosophy, lectures on the use of discovery method to motivate students to reason.  He presents four methods of discovery: 1.recreating historical discoveries, 2.discovering naive misconceptions, 3.discovering ignorance and 4.discovering alternative explanations.  (59 min.)

 

VCR 153.4 S933

STUDENTS EMPOWERED THROUGH CRITICAL THINKING: ANGRY CONSUMERS REFLECT ON EDUCATION: Sonoma State Univ., [1993]

Summary: Students who completed critical thinking course describe the benefits they gained from the course and express anger at not having this information sooner.  (75 min.)

 

VCR 153.4 T253

TEACHING CRITICAL THINKING AND THE BASIC ELEMENTS OF THOUGHT: Sonoma State Univ., c1994.

Summary: Yehudi Webster lectures that students need to recognize the elements of reasoned thinking (question, purpose, information, concept, assumption, conclusion, implications and points of view) to discipline their own thought.  (56 min.)

 

VCR    155.4 D489 v.2, v.14, v.24A

THE DEVELOPING CHILD. Magna Systems, Inc., c1991-1998.

Summary: Provides basic information on the physical, cognitive, social,  and emotional development of children.  The complete series is 33 volumes.  V. 2 Theories of Development; V.14 The Child in the Family; V.24A Moral Development 1.  (3 videos--ca. 30 min. each)

 

VCR  155.5 B668

BODY IMAGE: EXTREME MEASURES. Discovery Health, c2001.

Summary: This program explores the harmful consequences of the our country's obsession with the perfect body.  The desire to have a body beautiful influences children as young as seven and has moved into the boy's locker room.  (26min.)

 

VCR 155.5 C371

CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE: THE PEER PRESSURE SQUEEZE: Rainbow Educational Video, c1993.

Summary:  Addresses the difficulty of knowing when to give in to peer pressure and when to refuse.  Janine can join Linda's popular gang only if she snubs her long-time friend Patti.  (20 min.)  


VCR 155.5 M549en

MENTAL WELLNESS: MAKING IT HAPPEN: Human Relations Media, 1988.

Summary: Presents the major components of mental wellness in teenagers -- self‑esteem, competence, responsibility, enjoyment of life and the ability to balance their lives and be flexible.  (30 min.)


VCR 155.5 R939

RUN LIKE A GIRL: Films for the Humanities, c1999.

Summary: Girls in demanding sports, such as rugby, synchronized swimming, and double-Dutch jumping, discuss their feelings of liberation within the strict regimentation of competitive sports.  They relate their search for identity and self-esteem, while revolting against the stereotyped expectations of others, body image, dating, and the importance of mothers and coaches as mentors.  (57 min.)


VCR 155.5 S641

SMILE PRETTY: Films for the Humanities, c1999.

Summary: Teenage girls open their hearts about life as a beauty queen, discussing the pressure to fulfill societal ideal, the allure of being a celebrity, and the artificiality of the modeling trade.  (57 min.)


VCR 155.533 B573

BEYOND THE LOOKING GLASS: SELF-ESTEEM AND BODY IMAGE: Human Relations Media, c1994.

Summary: Fast paced to beat of current music, this program examines body image including ways to develop positive body image through discussion with culturally diverse group of teens.  Includes student worksheets.  (32 min.)

 

VCR 155.533 B613mov

A VIDEO GUIDE FOR MOTHER-DAUGHTER CHOICES: Girls' Club of Santa Barbara, c1989.

Summary:  Developed to be used with the book Mother-daughter Choices: A Handbook for the Coordinator.  (2 hours)

 

VCR 158.2 R332

REFUSAL SKILLS: YES YOU CAN SAY NO: Learning Seed, c1996.

Summary: Using format of a talk show featuring a live audience of teens and dramatic situations, this video teaches basic skills that help say “no” to high risk behavior.  (25 min.)

 

VCR 158.2 S274

SAY NO AND MEAN IT: Sunburst Communications, c1991.

Summary:  Four true-to-life scenarios suggest simple techniques for saying no which children can use to act in their own best interest.  Contents:  But I said “no”! -- But I changed my mind -- When saying “no” is even harder -- You can always leave.  (17 min.)

 

VCR  297  I82

ISLAM: HISTORY, SOCIETY, AND CIVILIZATION: Silver Springs, MD: Discovery Channel School, c2004.

Summary:  Balanced presentation of the history and influence that Islam has in the world. Explains the origin of Islam, Muhammad, the Crusades, emergence of Suleiman the Magnificent, and Afghanistan.  (52 min.)

 

 
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