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Watch and Learn [electronic resource] : Rhetorical Devices in Classroom Films after 1940 by Masson, Eef.;
Instructional films of the twentieth century, used to teach, train, inform, or advertise to their viewers, can provide historians and scholars of cinema studies with a wealth of information about both their creators and intended consumers. Watch and Learn focuses on the rhetoric used in these films, particularly the way in which the films used in the classroom relate to their audience, casting them both as film viewers and students. Providing the outline for a new methodology for interpreting and understanding the scripts and visuals of this peculiar brand of cinema, this book approaches the s
Subjects: Electronic books.; Educational films -- History.; Rhetoric.;
© 2012., Amsterdam University Press,
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Diet and disease in modern society [videorecording] / by Meridian Education Corporation(SAGE)1796967; Films for the Humanities (Firm)(SAGE)1695175;
DVD."This video investigates the relationship between diet and a number of frequently inter-related diseases and conditions, including heart attack, stroke, high blood pressure, hardening of the arteries, obesity, Type 2 diabetes and cancer. Topics covered include lipoproteins, fats, fiber, electroyte minerals, smoking, and alcohol consumption."--Container.
Subjects: Diet; Health; Nutrition; Health; Educational films;
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Academic Films for the Classroom : A History. by Alexander, Geoff.; Prelinger, Rick.;
Cover -- Table of Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Foreword -- Preface -- List of Abbreviations -- 1. The Formative Years of Educational Film -- 2. A Cold War Funds a Hot Medium -- 3. Writing a New Cookbook -- 4. The Companies That Made the Films and the People Behind Them -- 5. Immortal Longings -- 6. Profiles of 34 Significant Academic Filmmakers -- 7. Final Takes -- Appendix A -- Appendix B -- Appendix C -- Chapter Notes -- Bibliography -- Index."Alexander's book is a highly readable paean to the men and women behind these academic films...Alexander's compelling narrative and anecdotal style make it hard to put the book down"--The Moving Image.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Educational films -- History.; Electronic books. -- local.; Motion pictures in education -- History.;
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Learning with the Lights Off [electronic resource] : Educational Film in the United States by Orgeron, Devin.(DLC)1590112; Orgeron, Marsha.; Streible, Dan.(DLC)1913805;
Cover; Table of Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; About the Companion Website; Introduction; 1. A History of Learning with the Lights Off; 2. The Cinema of the Future: Visions of the Medium as Modern Educator, 1895-1910; 3. Communicating Disease: Tuberculosis, Narrative, and Social Order in Thomas Edison's Red Cross Seal Films; 4. Visualizing Industrial Citizenship; 5. Film Education in the Natural History Museum: Cinema Lights Up the Gallery in the 1920s; 6. Glimpses of Animal Life: Nature Films and the Emergence of Classroom Cinema7. Medical Education through Film: Animating Anatomy at the American College of Surgeons and Eastman Kodak8. Dr. ERPI Finds His Voice: Electrical Research Products, Inc. and the Educational Film Market, 1927-1937; 9. Educational Film Projects of the 1930s: Secrets of Success and the Human Relations Film Series; 10. "An Indirect Influence upon Industry": Rockefeller Philanthropies and the Development of Educational Film in the United States, 1935-1953; 11. Cornering The Wheat Farmer (1938); 12. The Failure of the NYU Educational Film Institute13. Spreading the Word: Race, Religion, and the Rhetoric of Contagion in Edgar G. Ulmer's TB Films14. Exploitation as Education; 15. Smoothing the Contours of Didacticism: Jam Handy and His Organization; 16. Museum at Large: Aesthetic Education through Film; 17. Celluloid Classrooms and Everyday Projectionists: Post-World War II Consolidation of Community Film Activism; 18. Screen Culture and Group Discussion in Postwar Race Relations; 19. "A Decent and Orderly Society": Race Relations in Riot-Era Educational Films, 1966-1970; 20. Everything Old is New Againor, Why I Collect Educational Films21. Continuing Ed: Educational Film Collections in Libraries and Archives; 22. A Select Guide to Educational Film Collections; Contributors; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; Q; R; S; T; U; V; W; X; Y; ZA vastly influential form of filmmaking seen by millions of people, educational films provide a catalog of twentieth century preoccupations and values. As a medium of instruction and guidance, they held a powerful cultural position, producing knowledge both inside and outside the classroom. This is the first collection of essays to address this vital phenomenon. The book provides an ambitious overview of educational film practices, while each essay analyzes a crucial aspect of educational film history, ranging from case studies of films and filmmakers to broader generic and historical assessme
Subjects: Electronic books.; Educational films -- United States -- History and criticism.; Motion pictures in education -- United States.;
© 2011., Oxford University Press, USA,
On-line resources: CGCC Online Access;
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Prelinger Archives [electronic resource] : Principles of Electricity. by Films Media Group, film distributor.; Prelinger Archives, production company.;
Educational film about electricity.9 & up.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description (Films Media Group, June 24, 2015).
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Newsreels.; Electric measurements.; Measuring instruments.;
Access requires authentication through Films on Demand.
On-line resources: CGCC online access -- Part of the Films on Demand collection.;
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Escape fire [videorecording] : The fight to rescue American healthcare / by Heineman, Matthew.(SAGE)2056077; Froemke, Susan.(SAGE)1880633; Berwick, Don.; Brownlee, Shannon.(SAGE)1589006; Jonas, Wayne.; Nissen, Steven E.(SAGE)1568981; Lions Gate Films.;
DVD ; Region 1 ; widescreen (1.78:1, 16x9) presentation ; Dolby digital 5.1 surround.Don Berwick, Shannon Brownlee, Wayne Jonas, Steven E. Nissen.Director of photography, Wolfgang Held ; editor, Bradley J. Ross ; music, Chad Kelly, Moby.MPAA rating: PG-13; for some thematic material.Escape Fire looks at a U.S. health care system designed to profit from disease not health, reward quantity over quality, and promote high-tech over high-touch. It interweaves dramatic personal stories with the efforts of leaders battling to transform health care at the highest levels of medicine, industry, government, and even the U.S. military.Sundance Film Festival, 2012: nominated, Grand Jury Prize for Documentary.
Subjects: Documentary films.; Nonfiction films.; Video recordings for the hearing impaired.; Medical care; Educational films.; Atención médica; United States. Health Services Administration.;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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Screen Time [electronic resource] : How Screen Time Affects Children from Birth to Age Five. by Guernsey, Lisa(SAGE)1965817;
Title Page; Praise; Dedication; Foreword; Preface; Chapter One - What Exactly Is This Video Doing to My Baby's Brain?; NOTES; Chapter Two - Is TV Turning My Tot Into a Zombie?; NOTES; Chapter Three - Could My Child Learn from Baby Videos?; NOTES; Chapter Four - My Toddler Doesn't Seem to Notice When the TV Is On-or Does He?; NOTES; Chapter Five - Which Videos Are Too Scary for My Child?; NOTES; Chapter Six - What Is Educational About "Educational" TV?; NOTES; Chapter Seven - Could the Right DVD Teach My Child to Speak, or Better Yet, ...; NOTESChapter Eight - Can Electronic Media Enrich My Child's Vocabulary?NOTES; Chapter Nine - Could This Program Teach My Child to Be a Good Person?; NOTES; Chapter Ten - Is Interactive Media Worthwhile-or at Least Better Than TV?; NOTES; Chapter Eleven - Will Screen Time Make My Children Fat?; NOTES; Chapter Twelve - How Do Real Families Make Smart Media Choices?; NOTES; Epilogue; Appendix I: Movie Review Web Sites; Appendix II: Web Site Reviews of Interactive Media; Appendix III: Resources on the Use of Electronic Media with Children Who Have ...; Acknowledgments; Bibliography; IndexCopyright PageA good-news book for parents, Into the Minds of Babes presents an engaging examination of the current research into how exposure to television and other "screen time" affects babies and toddlers
Subjects: Electronic books.; Early childhood education -- United States.; Early childhood education; Educational films; Psychology.; Child development; Educational television programs; Educational videos.; Television and children; Video recordings for children.;
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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How difficult can this be? [videorecording] : understanding learning disabilities : frustration, anxiety, tension, the F.A.T. city workshop / by Rosen, Peter,1943-(SAGE)1998448; Lavoie, Richard D.(SAGE)1956111; Eagle Hill School Outreach; Peter Rosen Productions.(SAGE)1727173; PBS Video(SAGE)1711433;
DVD.Cameras, Burleigh Wartes, Tony Cobbs ; editor, Harvey Kopel ; creative consultants, Janet Lavoie, Beryl Kaufman.A group experiences life the way a learning disabled student does and learns methods of teaching and helping such students.Experiencing frustration, anxiety & tension -- Processing -- Risk taking -- Visual perception -- Reading comprehension -- Effect of perception on behavior -- Visual motor coordination -- Oral expression -- Reading and decoding -- Auditory and visual capabilities -- Fairness -- Commentary.Presenter, Richard D. Lavoie.
Subjects: Learning disabilities; Learning disabled children; Learning disabled children; Films for the hearing impaired;
Restricted to home use or face to face teaching.
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The amazing human body / [videorecording] / by Cohen, Andrew(Scientist),television producer.(DLC)1931602; Paterson, Nigel,television producer.(DLC)1587483; Heron, Zoe,television producer.(DLC)2019159; Hayes, Michael J.(Voice actor),narrator.(DLC)2083445; Johnson, Martin(Documentary film director),television director,television producer.(DLC)2081543; Dyas, Matthew,television director,television producer.(DLC)2064569; Palmer, Penny,television director,television producer.(DLC)2025345; BBC Studios,production company.(DLC)2080407; Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.),production company,publisher.(DLC)1795924; British Broadcasting Corporation,production company.(DLC)1676614; PBS Distribution (Firm),film distributor.(DLC)2026768;
DVD; Widescreen (16x9) presentation; Stereo; Region 1.Narrator, Michael J. Haynes.Grade: Middle school (6-8)TV-PG.This three-part series uses cutting-edge graphics to reveal the surprisingly beautiful biological processes that keep one alive. Discover the ingenious ways your body develops, adapts, and endures, and witness the fascinating and finely tuned systems that keep one's body motoring, and the scientists guessing.episode 1. Grow / produced and directed by Martin Johnson -- episode 2. Survive / produced and directed by Matthew Dyas -- episode 3. Learn / produced and directed by Penny Palmer.
Subjects: Documentary television programs.; Nonfiction television programs.; Educational television programs.; Science television programs.; Video recordings for the hearing impaired.; Educational films.; Nonfiction films.; Science films.; Human body.; Human physiology.; Human anatomy.; Human anatomy.; Human body.; Human anatomy.; Science films.; Human body.; Video recordings for the hearing impaired.; Educational films.; Video recordings;
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The WPA Film Library [electronic resource (video)] : President Reagan on Education, 1983 / by Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584; WPA Film Library.;
The WPA Film Library: President Reagan on Education, 1983 (3:00)Reagan Press Conference. He answers questions on Education. Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Newsreel.; Videorecording.; Reagan, Ronald; History, Modern; World politics;
© [2012], c1983., Films Media Group,
On-line resources: CGCC online access -- Part of the Films on Demand collection.;
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