Item F 128.01.08 - "Virtually Polytechnic: Multimedia Distance Education on a Fibre Optic Network"

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"Virtually Polytechnic: Multimedia Distance Education on a Fibre Optic Network"

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F 128.01.08

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  • 1993 (Creation)
    Gillies, Donald
  • 1993 (Creation)
    Williams, Darryl

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5 pp. of textual records

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Darryl George Williams graduated from Ryerson with a diploma in Photographic arts in 1958 and from the Rochester Institute of Technology with a BSc circa 1968. In 1962, Williams began teaching photo illustration and motion pictures in the Department of Photographic Arts, acting as the department's Instructor Supervisor from 1970 to 1971 and Chairman from 1971 to 1974. Williams served as the first academic director of the Rogers Communications Center and was recognized as Ryersonian of the Year in 1993. He retired from Ryerson in 1995. After his retirement he worked to create a new media program "Habitat" at the Canadian Film Centre. Darryl Williams passed away January 23, 2002.

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Copy of a presentation proposal for the CAL 93 - CAL into the Mainstream conference held at University of York April 5-8, 1993. Attached to the proposal is a photocopy of the front and 45th page from the conference handbook. Donald Gillies participated in a Group and Distance Learning panel.

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