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Creating New Ventures Speaker Series #4: Gordon F. Cummer - Venture Evaluation Part 1

Part 1. Main Speaker(s): Gordon Cummer. Location: Classroom. Begins with a man introducing Cummer and describing his accomplishments. Cummer then lectures the audience for the remainder of the video. He takes questions from the audience for the final portion of the video.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

Symposium on Engineering and the Environment: Solid Waste Management - What Are the Options? Tape 1

Part 1. Main Speaker(s): Peter Trueman, Ruth Grier, Helen Cooper, Dr Tom Barton, Kevin Jardine, Peter Meyboom. Location: Grant Hall. Video begins with Trueman introducing the symposium's panelists. Afterwards Grier begins the discussion with a speech on how she would improve solid waste management with a focus on the three R's. Next Cooper talks on how municipalities can work to reduce solid waste. Dr Barton next proposes incinerating waste which cannot by directly reused. Next Jardine speaks on behalf of Greenpeace. Lastly Meyboom speaks on the benefits of composting.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

5th Cross-Faculty Teaching Forum: Fred Goodman - Discussion and Demonstration of Simulation, Metaphorical, and Literal Games 1/2

Part 1. Main Speaker(s): Mark Weisberg, Fred Goodman. Location: Unknown, classroom with several chalkboards. Begins with Goodman talking about the Cross-Faculty Teaching Forum, before introducing Goodman. Good man then lectures the audience on the use of simulation games to assist with teaching in classrooms. He also discusses the difference between puzzles and games, as well as curricular and planned learning.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

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