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Advance of the reconquest [electronic resource (video)] / Radiotelevisio℗þn Espan~ola. This library owns a copy
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New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2008], c2007.
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Notes: As the reconquista thrust into the heart of Spain, the ethnic and cultural makeup of the peninsula grew ever more complex. This program sheds light on those cultural dynamics with the help of architectural case studies and engaging historical narratives. The royal monastery of Las Huelgas de Burgos, founded by Alfonso VIII in the 1180s, is examined along with examples of Benedictine and Clunaic influences. Moving into the 13th century, the program focuses on the ascension of Fernando III, his campaigns against Arab forces, and the retaking of Cordoba and other highly contested territories.
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In Spanish.
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Advanced web work [electronic resource (video)] : using HTML to make tables and set anchors / TVOntario. This library owns a copy
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New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2005], c2000.
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Notes: Tables, so valuable for organizing data on paper or online, are also ideal for laying out Web pages. In this program, two webmasters from the New Mexico school system expand on the techniques they describe in Web Page Construction: Starting from Scratch, with HTML. First, they show how to create tables, both with and without visible borders, and fill them with headings, text, and images. Then, they demonstrate how to set anchors, to allow point-to-point jumps within the same Web page or to specific places on other Web pages. All information is equally applicable to PCs and Macs.
Mode of access: Internet.
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Advances in Industrial Robotics [electronic resource (video)] / Meridian Education Corporation. This library owns a copy
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New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2005], c1998.
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Notes: Robotics has become a formidable force in the workplace. Some of your students may already use robots on the job or work with someone who does. This video takes a look at the changes that have occurred since robotics was first introduced. Students are given a refresher of the basics: terminology, concepts, system components, classification of robots. But then, new applications and work tasks are overviewed. They see how far robotics has advanced industry-wide. Students also discover where robots are commonly used and some anticipated future applications in business and industry. Offer your students critical information on robotics as it plays a more important role in commercial and industrial settings around the world.
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Mode of access: Internet.
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Adventure tourism [electronic resource (video)] / Visual Education Centre. This library owns a copy
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New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2007], c2006.
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Notes: This program features profiles of three women who have staked out successful careers in the adventure tourism industry: Diny Harrison, a certified mountain guide with experience in Italy, Switzerland, and other countries; Mylene Pronovost, a dog sled musher and outdoor activities instructor; and Marie-Josee Blanchette, an ecotourism development agent who plans and guides wilderness tours. Additional information from co-workers and supervisors supplements each job profile.
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Adventure Travel [electronic resource (video)] : Marketing Unique Experiences / Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. This library owns a copy
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New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2009], c2009.
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Notes: Providing a snapshot of the experiential travel industry, this program follows the ongoing challenges facing Rocky Ehlers and his Skytrek Adventure Park. His concept and marketing strategy are judged by Brett Wilson, an avid globe-trekker and founder of Calgary's first energy corporation, and Beverley O'Neil, a founder of the Aboriginal Tourism Association of British Columbia, board member of Tourism BC, and head of her own marketing and consulting firm. The "My First Million" section profiles Rita Sang, whose Tour East Holidays does almost
Mode of access: Internet.
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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn [electronic resource (video)] : understanding a classic / Bride Media International. This library owns a copy
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New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2005], c1998.
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Notes: Few works in American literature address issues as timeless as those explored in Mark Twain's controversial novel, Huckleberry Finn. In this program, three scholars, including noted Twain biographer Justin Kaplan, examine the work and its various themes-race, cruelty, consequences of greed, meaning of civilization, and the nature of freedom. The author's life is traced from his days as a printer's apprentice, riverboat pilot, and journalist, to renowned author. Twain scholars Shelley Fisher Fishkin and David Lionel Smith discuss African-American influences from Twain's childhood that are reflected in the work, and suggest that these references, misinterpreted by readers, form the basis for charges that Twain was a racist. Incidents from his life, including his vehement anti-slavery and anti-racist articles couched in irony, provide convincing counterpoint to the charges.
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Mode of access: Internet.
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Advertising [electronic resource (video)] / Planet Pictures (Firm) This library owns a copy
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New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2005], c1997.
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Notes: Some Americans charge that the advertising industry promotes materialism and compels them to buy things they don't want. However, most are unaware that the TV and radio shows, newspapers, and magazines they enjoy for virtually no cost are paid for almost entirely by the sale of advertising time or space. This program features a historical survey of the methods of advertising in the U.S. Topics include the mass-marketing triumph of Lydia Pinkham's 19th-century patent medicines; the role of sponsorship in radio and early broadcast television; the application of marketing principles to the 1964 Johnson/Goldwater campaign, which featured the well-known daisy/atom bomb ad; and a step-by-step look at how a Ford Ranger TV spot was made by the J. Walter Thompson agency. The program is a valuable aid in understanding the persuasive, pervasive nature of advertising.
System requirements: FOD playback platform.
Mode of access: Internet.
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Advertising & the end of the world [videorecording] / Media Education Foundation ; writer & editor, Sut Jhally. This library owns a copy
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Northhampton, MA : Media Education Foundation, c2002.
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Notes: Presents a compelling and accessible argument about consumerism and its impact on the earth's future. Extensively illustrated with graphics and examples from commercial imagery.
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Aerospace technology [electronic resource (video)] : model rocketry / Nordeck, Charlie. This library owns a copy
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New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2007], c1993.
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Notes: Newton's 3rd Law of Motion states that, "For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. This video uses model rocketry to explore this concept, and introduces the basics of rocket propulsion and the forces that affect rockets in flight (thrust, gravity, and drag) A demonstration of the use of both solid fuel and compressed air rockets is shown, while colorful graphics illustrate key concepts and terms. It's a great way to generate interest in the field of aerospace technology!
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Mode of access: Internet.
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Aerospace technology [electronic resource (video)] : space shuttle / New Arran Prod. This library owns a copy
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New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2006], c1993.
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Notes: Regularly scheduled space shuttle missions have become a common feature of the NASA space program, allowing astronauts to launch and retrieve communication satellites, repair exploration equipment such as the Hubble telescope, and conduct numerous experiments. This video follows NASA officials through the development stages of the reusable shuttle fleet and outlines testing procedures used to ready the shuttle Columbia for its first in-space flight. Subsequent missions are outlined along with commentary from crew members detailing satellite rendezvous attempts, conducting of experiments, and daily living conditions. It provides an interesting look at our continuing quest to explore and understand space.
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