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Fri Mar 21 17:06:38 2014 UTClccn-no000527030.07Ernie Chambers still militant after all these years /0.461.00Annual report149197806no 000527035266410University of Nebraska--Lincoln. Television Dept.containsVIAFID/130214340Nebraska Educational Television NetworkcontainsVIAFID/148534858University of Nebraska--Lincolnlccn-n82161759Nebraska Educational Television Networklccn-n80050336Great Plains National Instructional Television Librarylccn-n88222017NETCHE, Inclccn-no94034150Insight Media (Firm)lccn-n50071404KUON (Television station : Lincoln, Neb.)lccn-no2001029335Wheaton, Darrell D.lccn-no2001018209Deemer, Georgette Takushilccn-n80040534Reischauer, Edwin O.(Edwin Oldfather)1910-1990np-plath, davidPlath, Davidlccn-n90600890Bailey, Jackson H.University of Nebraska--LincolnTelevision DepartmentHistoryCase studiesBiographyClassroom managementSchool disciplineUnited StatesNebraskaMarketing researchJapanEconomic policyInternational economic relationsCritical thinkingProblem solvingThought and thinkingSocial historyCity planningTeacher-student relationshipsTeams in the workplaceManners and customsRural schoolsEducation, RuralNebraska--OmahaAfrican AmericansNebraska--Platte RiverWorld War (1939-1945)Great PlainsSmall business--ManagementResuscitationNebraska--SandhillsInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Ranch lifeMathematics--Study and teachingEconomicsStatisticsChild abuseIncest victimsRegimental historiesAdult child abuse victimsPioneersMusic videosPublic speakingPolkasCommunicationOutlawsPolka (Dance)Folk musicPersuasion (Rhetoric)Nebraska.--Legislature.--SenateAfrican American political activistsUniversity of Nebraska--Lincoln.--Television DepartmentBacteriaAfrican American legislatorsPolitical science1979198619881989199019911992199319941995199619971998200020012002200420052134448373LB3013341ocn026682993visu19890.59Japan 2000HistoryExamines the Japanese and their leadership in the global community, and how they view themselves and their work. Looks at the changing role of women in Japan, its aging population, economic restructuring, and regional development321ocn320269303visu20020.63Community by designExamines the social and political consequences arising from how we have designed our neighborhoods and cities. Explores the design process through interviews with residents, local, state and national planners and scholars. Suggests that certain neighborhood features strengthen civic engagement and political behavior232ocn076963338visu0.50Secondary classroom management techniquesIllustrates teaching principles and activities that establish an effective and positive learning environment in the classroom191ocn181588511visu19950.47Making your team work"This program teaches how to create, staff, and manage project teams. Following a student work team as it applies team management techniques to a class project, the DVD shows students questioning the team building process, struggling with individual roles, and resolving conflicts and problems. It also features business professionals who reinforce and illustrate the importance of teams"--Insight-media.com112ocn028358112visu19920.27The Platte River roadHistoryDocuments the history and future of the Platte River and its surrounding area112ocn032001858visu19940.24Street of dreamsHistoryA look back at the cultural and social history of North 24th Street in Omaha61ocn028358130visu19920.53Marketing researchCase studiesIllustrates the basic steps in marketing research and alternative approaches in marketing research when there are limits of time and money. Uses the experiences of two fast growing small businesses (T.J. Cinnamons of Kansas City and Leggoons of Omaha) as case studies51ocn043845051visu19950.10Math vantageThe purpose of these lessons is to increase and refine strategies for collecting, representing, and interpreting data and to make predictions and decisions based on data analyses. Vol. 1: develops skills in defining questions and answering those questions by gathering and organizing data through observations, examining past records, surveys, experiments, and/or simulations of experiments. Vol. 2: develops skills in displaying data while reflecting on the purpose, the audience, and the choices for representing the data. Vol. 3: develops critical thinking skills for reading and interpreting data displays. Vol. 4: students will gain skills in making predictions and decisions based on data analysis and on knowledge of probability, the fundamental counting principal, combination, and permutations52ocn028871477visu19930.23A Sand Hills storyFollows the John Brennemann family through the year on their ranch in the Nebraska Sandhills from early spring to winter. Also explores the history and fragile ecology of the Sandhills and the changes in human population occurring at the end of the twentieth century41ocn192044059visu19960.32Last of the one room schoolsThis mini-series captures a year in the lives of seven children of Burr Oak School in Custer County, Nebraska and an end of an era in education41ocn048448401visu19980.47The persuasive speechThis lesson focuses on creating speeches that influence audience perspectives and behaviors41ocn030697358visu19860.47When will it stop hurting?Tony Jurich, a counselor from Kansas State University, has a discussion with incest victims, and members of the Nebraska Child Abuse Services41ocn176192754visu20050.18Welsch, Roger LHumor on the frontier Bad men and worseHistoryFeatures two 60 minute performances by Roger Welsch in which he sings folk songs and tells stories about pioneers and outlaws and their roles in the settling of the Great Plains41ocn050033848visu20020.19Polka passion!"High-energy performances by the nation's most popular polka bands are woven with slice-of-life views of this multi-generational phenomenon."--Container41ocn028540051visu19910.27All hell can't stop usTells the story of the Nebraska National Guard 134th Infantry regiment which was activated shortly before World War II. Uses interviews with surviving members, vintage film clips and photographs to describe their bloody ordeal after the D-Day landing of June 6, 1944, when they joined the fight to break out from the coast of Normandy and push the Germans out of France31ocn050535147visu19970.47Bacteria the good, the bad, and the uglyThis program examines the role played by bacteria in maintaining the balance of life on earth. While most people are aware that bacteria are responsible for maladies ranging from earaches to bubonic plague, they tend to forget about the wide range of good bacteria. It also reports on scientific efforts to understand and use bacteria, including ground-breaking research being conducted by Dr. Tyler Kokjohn at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln31ocn046454011visu19970.07Ernie Chambers still militant after all these yearsBiographyProfiles the career of the most colorful and controversial state senator to serve the Nebraska Legislature. Traces Chamber's political life as a community activist in the 1960s to today where he is recognized as one of the most powerful figures in the Legislature. Ernest W. (Ernie) Chambers has served the 11th Legislative District since 197131ocn005431255visu19790.47CPR for the sake of life.An introductory look at the ABC's of cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Explains some of the early warning signs of a heart attack and the principles behind emergency CPR treatment. Demonstrates the proper procedures to be used in administering CPR31ocn028358057visu19880.47Legacies of World War II on the Great PlainsHistoryExamines the influences World War II had on different aspects of life on the Great Plains21ocn334786876visu20040.10Spirit of play21ocn044641001serial1.00University of Nebraska--LincolnAnnual report11ocn046239343book1.00University of Nebraska--LincolnNebraska ETV Network recordsContains printed and duplicated materials; minutes; records of the Television Department; NETViewing program guides; Program Previews; Newsletters; The Factbook; publications; Nebraska Public Radio recordsFri Mar 21 15:33:35 EDT 2014batch14177