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5th MacClement Lecture: Langdon Winner - Computers in Education 1/2

Part 1. Main Speaker(s): Howard Smith, Mack Freeman, Langdon Winner. Location: McArthur Hall. Video begins with Smith introducing Freeman, who talks about the MacClement lecture series and introduces Winner. Winner then lectures the audience about how they are going to be integrated into education in the future, and the difficulties they face in becoming part of the classroom environment. Hi specch ends at the end of the video, after which a man thanks him for coming.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

6th MacClement Lecture: Christine Overall - Women & Men in Education 1/2

Part 1. Main Speaker(s): Paul Park, Dr Mac Freeman, Christine Overall. Location: Duncan McArthur Hall. Video begins with Park talking about the MacClement lecture series before introducing Dr Freeman, who discusses the topic of the lecture before introducing Overall. She then lectures the audience on gender issues within universities, and education in general. She takes audience questions for the final portion of the video.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

7th MacClement Lecture: A Native Perspective 1/2

Part 1. Main Speaker(s): Paul Park, Dr Mac Freeman, Ernie Benedict, Marlene Brant Castellano. Location: McArthur Hall. Video begins with Park introducing Dr Freeman, who in turn introduces Benedict. Benedict then performs a traditional Iroquois greeting. Afterwards Dr Freeman introduces Castellano, who lectures the audience on the current state of Canada's aboriginal people, and how their situation is improving.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

7th MacClement Lecture: A Native Perspective, with Marlene Brant Castellano & area students 1/2

Part 1. Main Speaker(s): Marlene Brant Castellano. Location: McArthur Hall. Video is of a discussion by Castellano with a group of Kingston high school students after her MacClement Lecture. She begins by asking the students to describe how they picture a native to show their preconceived stereotypes. Afterwards, they discuss this, as well as the current native standard of living and other issues.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

7th MacClement Lecture: A Native Perspective, with Marlene Brant Castellano & education students 1/2

Part 1. Main Speaker(s): Marlene Brant Castellano. Location: McArthur Hall. Video is of a lecture by Castellano to the Faculty of Education students after her MacClement Lecture. Begins with Mac Freeman calling Castellano to speak, after which she delivers a lecture to the students about keeping an open mind in regards to native culture and life. Afterwards, she answers student's questions.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

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