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Accepting the challenge [electronic resource (video)] : issues on the job for people of color / Cambridge Educational (Firm) This library owns a copy
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New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2006], c1999.
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Notes: Focusing on the issues that can arise during employment, this ethnically diverse program shares the often frustrating and dramatic experiences minorities often face while on the job. Experts advise on how to deal constructively with problems such as racism, verbal abuse, and ignorance. Participants give an eye-opening account of how these problems exist at all levels of employment, from the fast-food industry to the corporate advertising world.
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ACE's practical guide to functional anatomy [videorecording] / produced in cooperation with the American Council on Exercise. This library owns a copy
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Monterey, CA : Healthy Learning, 2005.
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Notes: ACE's Practical Guide to Functional Anatomy, created specifically for personal trainers and group fitness instructors, lays the foundation for understanding how anatomy affects movement. Hands-on learning examples allow the viewers to apply what they learn to their own bodies. Featuring two separate videos (one that addresses upper-body anatomy and another that reviews lower-body and trunk anatomy), the DVD also covers the basic vocabulary of anatomy, describing gross anatomical structures that are essential knowledge for all fitness professionals. Each muscle description is followed by effective exercises, enabling viewers to apply their knowledge of anatomy in a practical way.
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The Ache Indians of Paraguay [electronic resource (video)] / Minotaur International. This library owns a copy
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New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2009], c2008.
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Notes: Inhabiting a shrinking pocket of rainforest in Paraguay's Eastern Canindeyu Region, the Ache are one of South America's last hunter-gatherer societies-and in imminent danger of cultural extinction. This program presents an intimate portrait of the Ache in their natural habitat, focusing on the Gatu tribal group. Sequences filmed during extensive stays with the tribe reveal their customs and technology, including hunting tools and methods, camp preparations, forays into agriculture and commerce, and a spiritual connection with jungle wildlife. Interviews with anthropologists and political advocates help illuminate the tribe's struggle against rapid development and roving campesinos.
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Achieve a Healthy Lifestyle [electronic resource (video)] / Video Education Australasia. This library owns a copy
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New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2010], c2009.
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Notes: What we do, and what we put into our bodies, has a direct impact on the way we feel. To prove the point, Rick, a health enthusiast, is contrasted with his friend Tina, a nightclubbing, smoking, convenience-food junkie. Over the course of this video, Rick combines kind concern and tough love to help get Tina eating better and exercising. A strong anti-substance abuse message is also included. The bottom line? Even small changes in diet and exercise, combined with a reduction in risky behaviors, can quickly add up to a healthier lifestyle and a longer lifespan. Correlates to all applicable National and State Educational Standards including the NCLB Act.
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Achieving psychosocial health [electronic resource (video)] / Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Company. This library owns a copy
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New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2008], c1998.
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Notes: Overall well-being requires not only physical health, but psychosocial health as well. What exactly is psychosocial health, and how is it achieved? This program explains the elements that compose psychosocial health, the internal and external factors that influence it, and methods to enhance it. The importance of taking responsibility for one's own psychosocial well-being through self-recognition of problems and identification of barriers to meaningful communication is stressed.
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Acid rain [electronic resource (video)] / MasterSource. This library owns a copy
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New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2006], c1991.
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Notes: A history and explanation of the history of acid rain and the dangers posed by industrial carbon and sulfur emanations that interact with airborne moisture to produce acid rain. The program provides chemical definitions, illustrates geological and meteorological interactions, and traces the sources of acid precipitation. It also demonstrates ecological concepts, and suggests possible solutions.
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Acids, bases, and neutralization [electronic resource (video)] / Mico/NHK Enterprises. This library owns a copy
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New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2005], c1997.
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Notes: In the first lesson, five aqueous solutions are tested for degrees of acidity and alkalinity. The nature of acids and bases is examined. In lesson two, table salt is produced by mixing small pieces of aluminum with solutions of hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide. Current flow in acid, neutral, and alkaline solutions is demonstrated. An experiment using ammonia water and dry ice tests varying degrees of acidity. An on-site visit to a neutralization plant in Japan shows how acid levels are reduced by putting quantities of limestone into the Yukawa River. A third lesson demonstrates precautions that should be taken when performing experiments involving heat. Investigations that use chemicals such as chlorine bleach, ether, and metallic sodium, which should not be attempted in a school lab, are also demonstrated.
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Acids and bases [electronic resource (video)] / Video Education Australasia. This library owns a copy
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New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2006], c2004.
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Notes: Use this video to familiarize students with the properties of acids and bases. Beginning with an overview of how these two kinds of chemicals react to or neutralize each other, the program explores Arrhenius's ideas on ion release and Lowry and Bronsted's theory of proton exchange. Details on the pH scale, indicators, conjugate bases, and Lowry-Bronsted reactions are featured along with numerous examples of acid and base applications-cleaning agents, electric batteries, stomach antacids, and indicators in analytical chemistry experiments. Viewers will find the video's lively demonstrations and their use of everyday objects and materials particularly helpful.
Mode of access: Internet.
System requirements: FOD playback platform.
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Acting through life [electronic resource (video)] : insights from working actors / Guliner, Paul. This library owns a copy
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New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2007], c2007.
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Notes: Although most actors dream of celebrity, many find satisfaction in modest film and television roles, commercials, and regional theater. This program shows students that side of the profession, interviewing several accomplished performers who�although they are far from being household names�have found steady work on the stage and in Hollywood. Kevin Conway (Invincible, Gettysburg), Melissa Leo (21 Grams), Peter Maloney (Summer of Sam), Jacqueline Knapp (Dominick and Eugene), Jim DeMarse (The Sopranos), Kristin Griffith (Interiors), William Wise (In the Bedroom), and others share their practical yet inspiring views on auditioning, insecurity, disillusionment, aging, and the viability of acting as a career option today.
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Activist Grace Lee Boggs [electronic resource (video)] : labor leader Andrew Stern / Public Affairs Television (Firm) This library owns a copy
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New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2007], c2007.
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Notes: Broadcast June 15, 2007.
On Wall Street, private equity firms are buying up corporations and turning them around for huge profits-while America's economic disparities widen. Bill Moyers talks with maverick labor leader Andrew Stern, president of the rapidly growing Service Employees International Union, about the looming gap between working families and the wealthiest Americans. Also on the program: Writer, activist, and philosopher Grace Lee Boggs, a veteran participant in many of America's seminal civil rights struggles, discusses her belief that real change in government will come only from the grass roots. In addition, Bill Moyers delivers an incisive essay on truth, lies, and the sentencing of former Vice Presidential Chief of Staff Scooter Libby.
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