Sub-series F-233-8-2 - Sound and moving images collection

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Sound and moving images collection

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  • Moving images

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  • 1972 - 1998 (Creation)

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30 moving image documents

Analog originals:
11 16mm film reels
25 Umatic videocassette tapes
7 VHS videocassette tapes
7 Hi8 videocassette tapes

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Sub-series consists of films and videos created by or relating to the Faculty of Education. Includes a 1972 documentary on school-community interaction at Kitkatla (Gitxaala Nation) (item 1); Brent Reid's 1981 "SFU's Professional Development Program" (item 2); a 1998 discussion with faculty members John Ellis, Selma Wasserman, and Glenn Kirchner (item 3); a series of film and video works on physical education teaching directed by Glenn Kirchner (items 4-17); materials produced by Kirchner in collaboration with Brown & Benchmark Publishers for inservice programs for elementary school teachers (items 18-21); a 1981 production by BC's Provincial Educational Media Centre (item 22); and raw footage of a 1991 physical education class (items 23-30). Many of the pieces were produced with the assistance of SFU's Learning and Instructional Development Centre (LIDC) and its predecessors; contributions from Faculty and LIDC staff are noted in the item descriptions where known.

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Sub-series represents an artificial grouping created by the SFU Archives to bring together sound and moving image documents that were acquired as single items.

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Items were digitized in 2018, with copies in mkv format (preservation copy) and mp4 (access copy). Consult the reference archivist for information about access.

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Most items are open for offline access. A number are listed as "pending review" and must be reviewed by an archivist for personal information prior to release. Consult the reference archivist for more information.

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Most items have not yet been analyzed for copyright. Third-party copyrights may apply. The Archives may makes copies available for private study or research purposes under the fair dealing provisions of Canada's Copyright Act. Use for any other purpose may require the permission of the copyright owner. SFU Archives can assist researchers in attempting to identify copyright owners, but it is the users' responsibility to contact owners and secure any permissions.

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Nov 2022: description updated (items 4-30 published).

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