File contains a budget report, information on planning and budgeting, preliminary budget, student enrollment and enrollment figures. Included is also information on Academic Planning, Academic Planning Committee, programme alterations and a memo from the OCUA regarding the allocation of the Government's Operating Support for the University System.
The Ontario Government Ministry of the Environment's Pesticide Control Section's conference on Pest Control in Food Industry was held at Queen's Park May 15th, 1974. File contains two loose copies and one bound in conference proceedings of Bill Kempa's paper "The Role of Public Health Inspectors in Food Industry.
File contains information from and about the International Association of Milk, Food and Environmental Sanitarians, Incorporated in relation to William (Bill) Kempa. Included in the file the press release about his appointment as secretary-treasurer; lists of executive board members; photocopies from the 1979 annual meeting report; and a program from the IAMFES 79th annual awards banquet held at the Dominion Ballroom - Sheraton Centre, Toronto Ontario Wednesday July 29, 1992.
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.
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.
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.
Video created by Infocus Productions (a group of Ryerson RTA and Journalism students) about Ryerson English Professor Eric Wright. Eric Wright was also a mystery novelist. Also shown in the video is John North, former Ryerson Chief Librarian. Paul Cook was the narrator.
Video titled "How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Library". A joint venture between the Media Centre and the Ryerson Library. Video gives an introduction on library services and how to search the catalogue. Features President Brian Segal in the beginning.
Video "The Adult Learner part 1". Second tape in 4 tape series. This video features Ron Taber and Don MacLeod of Ryerson's Counselling services, and Don Brundage, professor of Adult Education at OISE, University of Toronto.
Career College video created by the National Film Board for the CBC's "On the Spot" TV series. Episode was a a tour through Toronto's Ryerson Institute of Technology. Host Lloyd Bochner learns how movies are made, finds out about "hi-fi," watches students model the clothes they have designed and created, and eats at the student-managed cafeteria. He visits the modern printing plant and sees how news is garnered for the Institute's newspaper, the Ryersonian. The episode was directed by Rollo Gamble and Produced by Allen Stark.
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.
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.
Two episodes of Ryerson Magazine with hosts Richard Fallis and Wendy Mesley. Episode one deals with computer technology, T. V. and religion, and privacy issues related to technology. Episode two deals with the women's liberation, the gay liberation movement (with Gerald Hannon), and the disintegrating marriage/family with former Ryerson Sociology chair Audrey Cohn. Faculty advisors on Ryerson Magazine were Sid Perlmutter (RTA), Stan Ratin, and Joan Donaldson. The show was funded by SURPI.
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.
DVD contains videos, of varying length, used to promote Ryerson to potential students. Information includes programs offered, history of the school, sports, and student services. The videos utilize still photography and video footage and narration. Included on the DVD are: "This is Ryerson" 1981, 8 min 28 sec. ; "This is Ryerson" 1983, 7 min 32 sec. ; "This is Ryerson" 1984, 8 min and 6 min 39 sec. ; and "This is Ryerson" 1986, 3 min 33 sec. and 12 min 25 sec.
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)
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.
Colour raw footage used in Ryerson promotional videos. Included are CAD drawings, views of the campus from the top of Jorgenson Hall, Image Arts building, drawings of campus layout, and a newspaper clipping about the new Communications Building.
Colour raw footage of various places around Toronto. Included in the footage is Ontario Place, Toronto Harbour, Toronto Island looking at city skyline, on a sailboat, traffic on the Gardiner Expressway, construction of the Skydome (Scotiabank Centre), and the CN Tower. At the end of the video is footage of a person buying a Toronto Star newspaper and then standing and reading it.
Colour raw footage of various places around Toronto. Included in the footage is City Hall, Nathan Phillips Square, the intersection of Bay and Adelaide, Kensington Market, Yonge and Dundas, Ernie the Hotdog Man, CN Tower elevator, Toronto views from the CN Tower observation deck, and floor of the Toronto Futures Exchange.
Colour video produced by the Media Centre and hosted by Dr. W. E. (Bill) Fidler, chair of Ryerson's Chemical and Metallurgical Technology Department. Program 1 contains information about sources of power, and types of power utilized in Canada.
Colour video of the Toronto Section of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers Conference. Talk is moderated by Michael Quast. Guest speakers were Stan Ford of Deluxe Post Production facility, Dave Forge of Alliance Releasing, and Catherine (Kathleen) Bassett of the Movie Network.
Colour video of the Toronto Section of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers Conference. Talk is moderated by Michael Quast. Guest speakers were Brian Dougherty of TSC Shannock Corporation (video distribution), and Audrey Cole, VP programming at Showcase TV.
Colour video of the Toronto Section of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) presentation of the "Television Experience". Filmed over 2 days - Friday in the LIFE Network Studios and Saturday at the Rogers Communications Centre at Ryerson and was hosted by Michael Quast. Video starts with continuation of talk by Gary Maavara, VP of Development and Public Affairs at CTV. Video ends with Harvey Rogers, VP at Showcase television and chair of the conference.
File contains photographs taken for the promotional slide show for the School of Early Childhood Education. Included are photographs of the Gerrard Resource Centre, the Infant Toddler Centre, and the Day Care.
File contains photographs of students in a lab using computers and other equipment, and in a classroom. File titled "Surveying" unclear as to what program it is from - Civil Technology/Engineering or Landscape Architecture.
Collection consists of an automatic photobooth, and material related to its original function. Designed by David McCowan and patented on May 21, 1929. The collection includes vintage articles and advertisements, photographs of the booth and members of the McCowan family, the booth itself, along with related accessories.
Item consists of 25 photographs of Peter McCowan, son of the Phototeria inventor David A. McCowan, with various accessories from the booth. These include a portrait of Peter McCowan taken in the Phototeria, a lens, an instruction plate, and a crate that was used to store unexposed photographic discs used in the booth.
1 brown cardboard photo album, with a smaller album in the back and a metal ring. Meant for containing portraits. Most portraits are of individuals, with a few of groups. Subjects are adults and children.
1 photo album with a burgundy cover possibly made of wood. It has two hooks to close the album. Meant for containing portraits. Most portraits are of individuals, with a few of pairs. Subjects are adults and children.
Item is a photo album with a blue binding and a mostly blue and red cover. Item contains images of a number of different pavilions at Expo '67 for various countries and organizations, artworks, ceremonies and activities, and provides a short write up in French and English on each.
Two slides feature two ships: in one slide the boat sails peacefully along the water in Newfoundland, and in the other slide a boat is caught in a storm. In the third slide, a crew is working on either loading or unloading a boat and crew members are busy working.
Slides feature the words to different songs. Titles are: "S-M-I-L-E," "Love's Old Sweet Song," "The Old Gray Mare," "Rosie O'Grady," "When Irish Eyes are Smiling," "Down by the Old Mill Stream," "School Days," "Long, Long Ago" and "Jingle Bells"