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Convocation 1990 Floyd Switzer Part 1

Part 1. Main Speaker: David Smith, Floyd Switzer. Brian Yealland opens with a prayer, and then Smith addresses the convocation with a speech. Switzer is then given his honourary doctor of laws, and then is invited to address the convocation with a speech.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

Convocation 1985, Chazov & Lown Part 1

Part 1. Main Speaker: David Smith. Location: Grant Hall.Video begins with procession filing into room, then Brain Yealland says a prayer. David Smith addresses the convocation with a speech, after which the video cuts out before jumping to partway through the new graduates receiving their degrees. Two people are presented with awards from the university, and then the convocation ends.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

Sesquicentennial RMC Parade Part 1

Part 1. Main Speakers: Commodore Murray, Agnes Benedickson. Location: Near Theological Hall. Begins with clips of a marching band playing, followed by Commodore Murray talking about sharing and co-operation between RMC and Queen's. Benedickson then takes the stage and talks about a plaque donated by RMC commemorating Queen's anniversary. The plaque is then unveiled and a representative of the chaplain says a prayer.

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Stirling Hall 25th Anniversary Spookier Action at a Distance by David Mermin, Department of Physics Part 1

Part 1. Main Speaker(s): Dr D. R. Taylor, Malcolm Stott, David Mermin. Location: Classroom within Stirling Hall. Video is of the first B. W. Lecture. Dr Taylor begins by talking about Bern Sergeant and his contributions to physics and Queen's University before introducing Stott, who then introduces Mermin. Mermin then lectures for the rest of the video.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

Creativity of Michel Butor, The (Part 1)

Part 1. Main Speakers: Antoine Campagnon, Ghislain Bourque. Location: Donald Gordon Centre. Video begins with several speakers taking turns welcoming Butor at a podium in front of an audience. After, Campagnon from the University of Columbia talks about Butor and the Classics. Later, Bourque from the Universite de Chicoutimi gives a talk about Butor titled Ecrire, Recrire.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

Engineering Society Open House (2 tapes)

Part 1. Video contains clips from the 1993 Engineering Society Open House. Includes footage of a guided tour, several of the exhibits put on during the open house, and experiments being done by students. Appears to be raw footage that would later be edited together to create a finished product.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

Walter Light Hall Naming

Part 1. Main Speakers: George Aitken, David Smith, Agnes Benedickson, Dr Walter Light. Location: Walter Light auditorium. Begins with narrator talking about the purpose of Walter Light Hall and the electrical engineering program. Cuts to George Aitken talking about the naming in front of an audience in the auditorium. He presents Dr Light with a scroll signed by the graduating electrical engineering class. Smith takes the podium and talks about Dr Light. Benedickson and also talks about Dr Light as well as the naming process for the building, before unveiling a picture of him that will hang in the building. Dr Light then talks about how honoured he is. Ends with shots of the gathering after the naming.
Part 2. Main Speaker(s): CFRC Interviewer, Dr Walter Light
Location: Walter Light Auditorium
Takes place after the Walter Light Hall Naming. The CFRC interviewer asks Dr Light about his opinions on topics related to business, technology, and universities.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

5th Cross-Faculty Teaching Forum: Clancy Wolf - Character Playing Simulations and Games 1/2

Part 1. Main Speaker(s): Clancy Wolf. Video contains a lecture by Wolf on the use of character playing simulations in public schools to teach students about different policies, conflicts, and sections of history such as the US Constitution and the growth of Detroit in the 1800's. The simulations used microcomputers to incorporate players around the world. Throughout the lecture he answers questions from the audience.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

5th Cross-Faculty Teaching Forum: Fred Goodman - Rule Governed Behavior: The Shoot Marbles Don?t They? 1/2

Part 1. Main Speaker(s): Fred Goodman. Video contains a demonstration of an educational game by Goodman. This game is a demonstration of rule-governed behaviour, where participants must follow certain sets of rules to survive. The main rule established by Goodman is that each player must have at least one marble to survive along with a few others, more rules are created by players acting as the government as the game goes on. After explaining the game the audience plays it for the remainder of the video.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

Policy Studies Inaugural Conference: Law & Lawmakers 1/2

Part 1. Main Speaker(s): David Smith, Rosalie Abella, John White. Begins with chairman calling Smith to the podium, who then welcomes the audience and congratulates the School of Policy Studies on their grand opening. Afterwards Abella lectures the audience on the role the judiciary plays in policy creation. Once her speech is concluded, White delivers a paper on constitution making.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

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