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Bees and Beekeeping

Televised course Winston wrote and delivered, developed in 1982 and broadcast by the Knowledge Network in 1983. Produced by the Department of Biological Sciences and SFU's Learning and Instructional Development Centre, with contributions by Walter Griba, Frank Cambell, Chris Hildred, and Elizabeth Carefoot.

Instructional Media Centre

Sub-series consists of the Associate Vice-President, Academic's correspondence with, related to, or copied from the Instructional Media Centre (IMC) during the period in which it reported to the AVP Academic (1990-1994). After 1994, IMC shifted its reporting relationship from the AVP to the VP Academic (1994-2001). but returned in 2001 as part of the newly restructured Learning and Instructional Development Centre (LIDC). Activities documented in the correspondence include departmental budget and organizational planning, and development of services. Records consists predominantly of correspondence, with some reports.

Vice-President, Research - general

Sub-sub-series consists of correspondence of the Vice-President, Academic with, related to, or copied from the Vice-President Research. Topics include research policy development, research grants and professorships, development of the student information system (SIMON), supervision of research centres and institutes, and the deliberations and activities of a number of university committees including the SFU / Canada Foundation for Innovation Steering Committee, the University Publications Committee, the President's Research Grant Committee, and the University Radiology Safety Committee. Records include correspondence, reports, meeting minutes, communiqu├ęs and press releases, annual reports of research centres, and research grant proposals, summaries, and awards lists.

Women in Engineering

Item is a program entitled "Women in Science and Engineering," featuring a conversation with registered professional engineer Dr. Dormer Ellis from University of Toronto's Department of Education and Theory. Produced by the instructional Media Centre, SFU, 1982.

SFU: A History

A history of SFU created by the university's Learning and Instructional Development Centre. Includes stills of various people involved in the start of SFU (e.g., Shrum, Bennett, Erickson and Massey), aerials of campus, shots of classrooms and students. Music accompanies some of the footage, including the violin and bagpipes. Voiceovers include Shrum and Bennett reminiscing about the university's beginnings and achievements, and faculty teaching. Text appears throughout highlighting SFU's various achievements.

The piece was directed by Michael Hoskins and produced by Chris Hildred, with production credits by Frank Campbell, Lorin Orpwood (editor), Solid Comfort (music), Kurtis Vanel (sound mixing). Interviewers appearing include Liisa Fagerlund and David Mitchell.

Instructional Media Centre

Sub-series consists of the Vice-President, Academic's correspondence with, related to, or copied from the Instructional Media Centre (IMC) during the period in which IMC reported to the VP Academic (1973-1985; 1990- ). Note that the department was called the Audio Visual Centre until 1981, and in 2002 it merged with the Centre for University Teaching to become the Learning and Instructional Development Centre (LIDC). Activities and topics documented in the correspondence include the establishment of the Audio Visual Centre as department administratively independent of the Library (1973); policy development, including the audio-visual equipment policy; provision of audio-visual support services to faculties and departments, and costs and charges; administrative organization and staff relations; administration of Images Theatre; and the activities of the Audio-Visual Committee (1972) and the Instructional Media Centre Advisory Committee (1982-1983). Records include correspondence, meeting minutes, reports and statistics, policies, drafts and working papers.

Sound and moving images collection

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.