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1972 Convocation

Contains one 16 mm reel of original reversal Kodak Ektachrome film stick. The film shows students students attending an outdoor convocation ceremony location in the Kerr Hall Quadrangle. It include shots of speakers at the podium, families around the water fountain, and seated students during the ceremony.

1980's Promotional Videos - Disc 1

DVD contains 6 videos:
1) One View of Ryerson - film footage of Ryerson buildings and campus set to classical music (1 min 48 sec)
2) Fashion Is...(Future Fashion Professionals) - Promoting the School of Fashion and its programs. Included in the video is former chair Shelagh Stewart and several Ryerson graduates. Disc 3 has same video (12 min 9 sec)
3) Graphic Communications Management - Program promotion video including alumni Rich Bassett and Peter Petrouna of Yorkville Press, Ann Greenwood and Dave Evans of Laser Impressions, and Paul Parr of Lith Plus Inc. (11 min 23 sec)
4) Faculty of Technology - Program promotion video with still photographs and background narration. Also in video are testamonials of Ryerson graduates and companies that hire them. (13 min 15 sec)
5) Landscape Architecture - Program promotion video using still photographs and background narration with testamonials from graduates. (11 min 25 sec)
6) Ryerson Athletics - promotional video showing classes and facilities available. (10 min 21 sec)

1980's Promotional Videos - Disc 2

DVD contains 5 videos:
1) Aerial Footage - Colour film footage of Toronto and the Ryerson campus taken from a helicopter. (37 min 50 sec)
2) HTM Update - Colour film footage of the 10th anniversary Update and Conference at the Royal York Hotel for Hospitality and Tourism. (3 min 17 sec)
3) HTM at Ryerson - Promotional video for program featuring colour still images, narration, and sound bites from alumni and companies that hire Ryerson Hospitality graduates. (9 min 51 sec)
4) Nursing at Ryerson - Promotional video for program featuring still images and narration. (5 min 29 sec)
5) Media Library - Colour video footage of the former Media Library, it's space, patrons, and staff. (1 min 20 sec)

1980's Promotional Videos - Disc 3

DVD contains 5 videos:
1) Library Show - Colour video introduction to the library for new users. Included is the Archives, floor by floor orientation and material/subject locations. (8 min 25 sec)
2) Ryerson Placement Centre - Colour video footage explaining the location and offerings of the Canadian Employment Agency on Ryerson's Campus. (9 min 38 sec)
3) On Campus Interviews - Colour video explaining the procedures to follow for on campus interviews between Ryerson graduates and interested companies. Interviews organized through Ryerson's Placement Centre. (6 min 43 sec)
4) Applied Arts Television Production Facility demo - 7 colour video clips created by the facility for internal and external clients. Included are Ryerson's School of Fashion, Extendicare, Imperial Oil, Ontario Housing Corp., Ontario Centre for Automotive Parts Technology, Domtar Ltd., and a Pinnacle Training Video. (14 min 26 sec)
5) Pinnacle 2010 Instruction - Colour how to video on using the Pinnacle Computer system to alter, add effects, and manipulate film. Former Ryerson employee Brad Fortner is the person in the video. Video is only first section. (16 min 17 sec)

A Tribute to Claude Lajeunesse DVD

This item consists of two DVD recordings of the tribute dinner to Claude Lajeunesse. One DVD is an edited 4 minute recording of the dinner with narration by RTA Instructor Dana Lee (this version was gifted to Claude Lajeunesse).

Basic Video Editing - 3/4 inch Umatic tape

Colour video created for the Department of Film and Photography by the Applied Arts Television Facility. Video shows users how to use the 3/4 inch video editing machine.

Christopher Plummer Honorary Doctorate DVD

The item consists of an edited video of Christopher Plummer speaking during the Fall 2008 convocation ceremony. A copy of this DVD was gifted to Plummer during his Honorary Doctorate Ceremony.

Day Beat: Junk Food

Video titled "Day Beat: Junk Food" with Ryerson Nutrition professor Jennifer Welsh.

Effective Teaching Techniques - Practice, Analysis and Feedback

Effective Teaching Techniques with program host and consultant Dr. Michael Orme from the Ontario Institute in Studies in Education. Guest on show - Frank Winter, Dean of Instructional Development at Sheridan College. DVD is 6th in series and contains a demo lesson at the end. The program was created in conjunction with the Education Development Officers of Centennial College, George Brown College, Georgian College, Mohawk College, St. Clair College, and Sheridan College and the Media Directors of Seneca College, Sheridan College, and Ryerson Polytechnical Institute.

Effective Teaching Techniques - overview

Effective Teaching Techniques with program host and consultant Dr. Michael Orme from the Ontario Institute in Studies in Education. Guest on show - Frank Winter, Dean of Instructional Development at Sheridan College. DVD is an overview of a 5 part series on effective teaching techniques. The program was created in conjunction with the Education Development Officers of Centennial College, George Brown College, Georgian College, Mohawk College, St. Clair College, and Sheridan College and the Media Directors of Seneca College, Sheridan College, and Ryerson Polytechnical Institute.

Emmanuel / The Edmonton Tornado

DVD contains two separate works.
The first is "Emmanuel" featuring Ryerson 3rd year acting students Duncan McIntosh, Jennifer Puidokas, Cheryl MacInnis, Debbie McGrath, Angelo Pedari, John Wallace, and Mary Ottuan performing the jazz-ballet. The play was directed and choreographed by James Colistro.
The second is a video created by Morden & Helvig Ltd. for education purposes after the Tornado (July 31, 1987) destroyed their business. Unsure as to the connection to Ryerson University.

Energy Seminar

Video titled "Energy Seminar" featuring Helmut (Ken) Burkhardt and Eva Hercz. Video most likely put out by Ryerson's Energy Centre of which Burkhardt was the director.

Energy Seminar

Video titled "Energy Seminar" featuring Helmut (Ken) Burkhardt and Dr. Gander. Video most likely put out by Ryerson's Energy Centre of which Burkhardt was the director.

Energy Seminar

Video titled "Energy Seminar" featuring Helmut (Ken) Burkhardt and Dr. Kates. Video most likely put out by Ryerson's Energy Centre of which Burkhardt was the director.

FEAS / NSERC DVD

Consists of two data DVDs created showcase the partnerships between the Faculty of Engineering and architectural science and the National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada. One DVD has the PowerPoint presentation and videos (.wmv format) and one DVD has full resolution videos (.mov format) showing 11 examples of student research projects.

Fast Forward

Original date of creation was 1980. Transferred on to DVD in 2004.

First Year Impressions - Counselling

Video "First Year Impressions - Counselling" with Don MacLeod of Ryerson's Counselling Services and Yvonne Kee [Kerr] of Ryerson's Department of English.

Ford Lecture in Economics #10 - Michael A. Walker, part 1

Michael A. Walker delivered the Ryerson Lecture in Economics #3 presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada on February 6, 1980. His lecture was titled "An Industrial Strategy for Canada?". This is the 1st of two videocassettes.

Ford Lecture in Economics #10 - Michael A. Walker, part 2

Michael A. Walker delivered the Ryerson Lecture in Economics #3 presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada on February 6, 1980. His lecture was titled "An Industrial Strategy for Canada?". This is the 2nd of two videocassettes.

Ford Lecture in Economics #11 - Carl E. Beigie, part 1

Carl E. Beigie delivered the Ryerson Lecture in Economics #4 presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada on March 12, 1980. His lecture was titled "Dimensions of the Inflation Problem (The Social Causes of Inflation)". This is the 1st of two videocassettes.

Ford Lecture in Economics #11 - Carl E. Beigie, part 2

Carl E. Beigie delivered the Ryerson Lecture in Economics #4 presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada on March 12, 1980. His lecture was titled "Dimensions of the Inflation Problem (The Social Causes of Inflation)". This is the 2ndof two videocassettes.

Ford Lecture in Economics #2 - Richard Lipsey, part 1

Richard G. Lipsey delivered the Ryerson Lecture in Economics #2 presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada on January 16, 1978. His lecture was titled "The Canadian Dollar: Problems and Prospects". This is the 1st of two videocassettes.

Ford Lecture in Economics #2 - Richard Lipsey, part 2

Richard G. Lipsey delivered the Ryerson Lecture in Economics #2 presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada on January 16, 1978. His lecture was titled "The Canadian Dollar: Problems and Prospects". This is the 2nd of two videocassettes.

Ford Lecture in Economics #4 - George McRobie

George McRobie delivered the Ryerson Lecture in Economics #4 presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada on March 9, 1978. His lecture was titled "The Economic Implications of Appropriate Technology".

Ford Lecture in Economics #5 - John Crispo

George McRobie delivered the Ryerson Lecture in Economics #1 presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada on October 12, 1978. His lecture was titled "The Public Interest in Collective Bargaining".

Ford Lecture in Economics #6 - John Kettle

John Kettle delivered the Ryerson Lecture in Economics #3 presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada on January 25, 1979. His lecture was titled "The Continuing Problem of the Post-War Baby Boom".

Ford Lecture in Economics #8 - A. Edward Safarian, part 1

A. Edward Safarian delivered the Ryerson Lecture in Economics #1 presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada on October 18, 1979. His lecture was titled "Ten Markets or One? Regional Barriers to Economic Activity in Canada". This is the 1st of two videocassettes.

Ford Lecture in Economics #8 - A. Edward Safarian, part 2

A. Edward Safarian delivered the Ryerson Lecture in Economics #1 presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada on October 18, 1979. His lecture was titled "Ten Markets or One? Regional Barriers to Economic Activity in Canada". This is the 2nd of two videocassettes.

Ford Lecture in Economics #9 - Paul Burke, part 1

Paul Burke delivered the Ryerson Lecture in Economics #2 presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada on November 7, 1979. His lecture was titled "Energy Pricing - It's Economic Implications". This is the 1st of two videocassettes.

Ford Lecture in Economics #9 - Paul Burke, part 2

Paul Burke delivered the Ryerson Lecture in Economics #2 presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada on November 7, 1979. His lecture was titled "Energy Pricing - It's Economic Implications". This is the 2nd of two videocassettes.

Ford Lecture in Economics - James Frank, part 1

James G. Frank delivered the Ryerson Lecture in Economics presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada on November 30, 1977. His lecture was titled "Assessing Trends in Canada's Competitive Position". This videocassette is first of two cassettes.

Ford Lecture in Economics - James Frank, part 2

James G. Frank delivered the Ryerson Lecture in Economics presented by Ford Motor Company of Canada on November 30, 1977. His lecture was titled "Assessing Trends in Canada's Competitive Position". This videocassette is second of two cassettes.

Frank Stronach Centre for Computing and Engineering

The item consists of a DVD created as an investment pitch during the construction of the new Centre for Computing and Engineering. The video shows an animated walk-through with rendering of the proposed building.

Fun with Dolphins

Video titled "Fun with Dolphins" hosted by Ryerson Athletics John Johnson. Video shows a Ryerson swim team workout.

Harold Acker Memorial Lecture - Dr. George Ignatieff

Dr. George Ignatieff (Chancellor of the University of Toronto) gave the Harold Acker (former professor in Ryerson's Department of Sociology) Memorial Lecture on October 23, 1985 in the LIB 72 lecture hall. The title of his lecture was "Canada's Role in World Peace".

House on Euclid Street

A Canada Works project and NDWT production of "House on Euclid Street". It was later turned into a CBC mini-series called "Home Fires". Created at the Ryerson Media Centre facilities, with former RCC director Brad Fortner as a VTR operator on the production. Production was set during WWII and was about a doctor living and practicing out of a house on Euclid Street in Toronto who is detained by the RCMP under the Defense of Canada regulations.

House on Euclid Street

1 VHS produced by the Ryerson Media Centre. NDWT Production ; written, directed & produced by Jim Purdy. Program developed under the Television Script Development Workshop

How to Shows

DVD contains 6 how to videos created by the Media Centre for various Ryerson departments:
1) The Caramate Projector - colour instructional video for using a projector. Created for the Media Library. (4 min 47 sec.)
2) Filmstrip view - colour instructional video for using a film strip viewer. Created for the Media Library. (5 min.)
3) Library microcatalogue - instructional video for using the Ryerson Library's microcatalogue. Created for the Library (8 min.)
4) Drill Press - colour instructional video for using a drill press. Created for the School of Interior Design. (10 min 58 sec.)
5) Band Saw - colour instructional video for using a band saw. Created for the School of Interior Design. (11 min 41 sec.)
6) Stationary sander - colour instructional video for using a stationary sander. Created for the School of Interior Design. (9 min 37 sec.)

How to Shows

DVD contains 4 how to videos created by the Media Centre for the School of Interior Design
1) Portable Electric Hand Drill - colour instructional video on how to use the drill. (14 min 38 sec)
2) Portable Electric Router - colour instructional video on how to use the router. (11 min 33 sec)
3) Portable Electric Sabre Saw - colour instructional video on how to use the saw. (14 min 15 sec)
4) Portable Electric Sander - colour instructional video on how to use the sander. (9 min 9 sec)

In Focus

Two episodes of "In Focus" produced by the students from the Journalism and RTA programs. Hosted by Cherylyn Brooks. The project was funded by SURPI and RTA.
Episode 1 concentrates on teenagers - athletes, gifted, and marijuana use in teens. Reporters were Bill McDowell, Mary Quartarone, and Lisa Henderson and featured Ryerson Sociology professor Murray Paulin.
Episode 2 concentrates on the aging population and senior's issues. Reporters were Susan Harada and Glenn Pelletier and featured John Nunziata, and Ryerson dance instructor Harold Brillinger.

In Focus

Two episodes of "In Focus" produced by the students from the Journalism and RTA programs. Hosted by Leslie McDonald. The project was funded by SURPI and RTA.
Episode 1 deals with teens growing up in trouble - vandalism, runaways, divorce. Reporters were Cathy Robinson, Jean Marc LeChance, and Jacque Walters.
Episode 2 deals with middle age - midlife crisis, new careers, and fighting the physical signs of aging. Reporters were Jennifer Lynn and B. Rick Roder.

Is There Life After Ryerson? part 1

Video titled "Is There Life After Ryerson?". First of three tapes - unclear as to whether it is a 3 part program or 1 program recorded on 3 tapes.

Is There Life After Ryerson? part 2

Video titled "Is There Life After Ryerson?". Second of three tapes - unclear as to whether it is a 3 part program or 1 program recorded on 3 tapes.

Is There Life After Ryerson? part 3

Video titled "Is There Life After Ryerson?". Third of three tapes - unclear as to whether it is a 3 part program or 1 program recorded on 3 tapes.

Lotteries

1 VHS produced by the Ryerson Media Centre.

McRobbie Video Seminar - tape 3

Third tape in series of 5 tapes featuring Professor McRobbie in a video seminar filmed on March 8, 1978. Third installment features then Ryerson President Walter Pitman.

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