Two lists on the same day!! Hope you can stand it.
These are the latest purchases from the South East Kansas Academic Librarians Consortium SEKALC. Let me know and I'll get them for you in a day or two from their storage site at Allen Community College.
CHILD ABUSE: REPORTING REQUIREMENTS. 2005. DVD. 30 min.
"This program, part two of a two-part series on child abuse discusses reporting requirements and the consequences for failing to report incidences or suspected incidences. Legal protections afforded mandated reporters are also covered."
SEK 362.76 C436 2005
CLEAR VISION. 2005. DVD. 60 min.
Explores the fundamentals of personal creativity and vision. Illustrates techniques of perspective, clear thinking, not being afraid of mistakes, reframing a problem into an opportunity, finding more than one right answer, being a good listener, critical focus, and intuition.
SEK 153.3 J713CL 2005
DARE TO DANCE. 2001. DVD. 20 min.
Dewitt shares his spirit of Aloha and explores the life perspectives he has learned that allow access to higher levels of achievement. He gives his audience the creative tools they need not only to find their own vision, but to make that vision a reality.
SEK 153.3 J713d 2001
DYSLEXIA: AN UNWRAPPED GIFT. 2002. DVD 22 min.
"This program approaches dyslexia from a new angle, exploring how the so-called disability might prove an advantage in an increasingly image-based world"--Container.
SEK 616.8553 D995 2002
EXTRAORDINARY VISIONS! 2001. DVD. 60 min.
"In his twenty year career with National Geographic, Dewitt Jones created hundreds of extraordinary visions. He discovered that the creative tools he employed as a photographer had even deeper applications when applied directly to his personal and professional growth. In Extraordinary visions! Dewitt shares his philosophy. Using his astounding photographs as illustrations, he weaves a visual tapestry of emotion and content. One that will allow you to touch your own passion to balance your head with your heart: and to come away inspired...with your own creative potential."
SEK 153.3 J713e 2001
HYPER-LIVES: ADHD STORIES. 2002. DVD. 48 min.
Three million adolescents are diagnosed annually with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, making it the most common children's behavioral disorder in the U.S. Controversy separates parents and professionals over how best to treat ADHD. In this program, three families content with the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD, each choosing a different regimen, from home-schooling to medication....
SEK 618.928589 H999 2002
I AM DEKEL: PORTRAIT OF A LIFE WITH DOWN’S SYNDROME. 2000. DVD 29 min.
Dekel Shekarzi, a 21-year-old who defines himself as an actor, a poet, a dancer, and a romantic in love with love itself, is defined by many others not by who he is, but by what he was born with: Down's syndrome. This ... documentary follows Dekel in his everyday life, which is anything but "everyday." For him, faith, hope, and willpower have fused together to fuel his dreams....
SEK 362.3 Ia1 2000
LAST ABORTION CLINIC. 2005. DVD. 60 min.
"The headlines today are filled with speculation about changes in the U.S. Supreme Court and what those changes might mean for abortion--an issue that has divided the country for more than 30 years. Heated rhetoric from both sides continues to be heard in courtrooms and on the campaign trail. But while attention is often focused on the arguments, there is another story playing out in local communities. Pro-life advocates have waged a successful campaign to reduce abortions in many places throughout the country. By using state laws to regulate and limit abortion and by creating their own clinics to offer alternatives to women, they have changed the facts on the ground. FRONTLINE investigates the steady decline in the number of physicians and clinics performing abortions, and focuses on local political battles in states like Mississippi, where only a single clinic performs the controversial procedure."--Container.
SEK 363.46 L339 2005
THE MUSIC INDUSTRY. 1998. DVD. 40 min.
The business and creative aspects of the music industry are examined in this detailed instructional video. Includes interviews with top songwriters, artists and record company executives sharing their experiences on the hit making process. Also explores the issues of artist development, packaging, marketing, and distribution.
SEK 780.23 M973 1998
THE PARKINSON’S ENIGMA. 2002. DVD. 47 min.
(Producer) Using the illness of Michael J. Fox as a springboard, this program theorizes that most Parkinson's cases are the result not of heredity but of viral attacks and environmental toxins that severely damage the substantia negra, the "gearbox of the brain." Fox, Oliver Sacks, neurologists from The Parkinson's Institute and The University of British Columbia, and others share insights drawn from their knowledge of Parkinson's, encephalitis lethargica, gum disease, and MPTP poisoning that, taken together, make a compelling argument for linking Parkinson's to neuronal trauma. Therapies involving neuronal grafting from fetal tissue, retinal pigmented epithelial cell implantation, and transplantation of adult stem cells are discussed as well.
SEK 616.833 P229 2002
PLAY IT SAFE: INTRODUCTION TO THEATER SAFETY. 1994. DVD. 82 min.
Provides initial safety information and basic awareness of how to protect yourself against the dangers and hazards found in theaters.
SEK 363.11 P698 1994
PROFESSIONAL IMAGE. 2005. DVD. 23 min.
The secret to presenting a professional image goes much deeper than external appearances. This menu-driven DVD investigates not only the visible factors of proper attire and hygiene, but the issues of attitude, professional self-esteem, familiarity with technology, and knowledge of business trends as well. The image a person communicates through written correspondence and in after-hours settings is also addressed.
SEK 646.34 P942 2005
UNDERSTANDING LEARNING DISABILITIES. 1996. DVD. 16 min.
This program offers expert insight into the nature of learning disabilities, why learning disabilities may also be accompanied by ADHD or social disorders, and what can be done to help children learn to compensate and succeed.
SEK 371.9 Un2 1996
VIDEO POST PRODUCTION. 1990. DVD. 25 min.
Techniques of post production for video recordings are explained, with emphasis on editing techniques and differences from film editing.
SEK 778.593 V668 1990
WASTING AWAY: ANOREXIA NERVOSA. 2004. DVD. 47 min.
This emotionally charged program profiles four young women attempting to recover from anorexia nervosa. Ranging in age from 14 to 25, they struggle to gain weight while dealing with associated conditions such as osteoporosis and depression, family dysfunctionality, and a mindset that equates starvation with self-control. Filmed at the adolescent eating disorder unit of Westmead Hospital in Sydney and a private outpatient clinic, the program captures the complexities of a devastating psychological disorder that drives women to continuously lose weight -- even if it kills them.
SEK 616.8526 W288 2004