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Staying Alive in the Stacks vid

Librarians Genova Brookes Boyd, Paul Adasiak, Robyn Russell and Angela Schmidt from the Elmer. E. Rasmuson Library, encourage you to relieve stress and decompress with these favorite reads and TV…

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Discover the Archives: Research and Teaching with Primary Sources

A panel discussion with Rachel Cohen, Angela Schmidt, Robyn Russell and Genova Brookes Boyd from the Elmer E. Rasmuson Library on the Library's Archives and Special Collections.

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One Health Seminar: Dr. Heather J. Gordon

Zoom Recording ID: 83537777566 UUID: n75ezVrfSPyQsANAbeeZPg== Meeting Time: 2021-04-19T23:52:38Z

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UaOnline- March 18th 2020, 11:23:53 am

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Intro to the Course: A Train Arrives at the Station

A Train Arrives at the Station, by the Lumier brothers, is one of the first files, and technically one of the first documentaries. In this week's introduction we talk about: 05:00 Bullet Time…

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The Hollywood Studio System: Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

This week we are watching Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.

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Intro to the 1920's: Metropolis

This week we talk about the film Metropolis and look at some of the devices early movies use to tell a story.

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Intro to the 1940's: It's a Wonderful Life

One of the iconic American Christmas stories, this week we look at It's a Wonderful Life and talk about its effects on culture.

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Intro to the 1930's: Bringing Up Baby

This week we all watch the crazy classic, Bringing Up Baby.

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