Alaska Film Archives

[Bilingual education and Teacher Corps guidelines]
[Bilingual education and Teacher Corps guidelines]
AAF-13167 is a 1/2-inch open reel videotape labeled "John Collier Dec 10 PM Session, #1 Navajo Indian Community, #2 Mic Murphy and Interior Council and voting for [illegible], #3 Presentation of [illegible] to mic, Ray and [illegible] - miscellaneous candid shots of group." It contains scenes of speakers talking to college students or new teachers prior to their returning to communities. Topics include bilingual education for Native American students and Teacher Corps guidelines.
[Scenes from a rural Alaska classroom]
[Scenes from a rural Alaska classroom]
AAF-13166 is labeled "PIA" on the remains of a partial label on the videotape. It contains classroom scenes from a middle school or elementary school and features students reading and an instructor teaching students about photography and cameras.
[Lecture on shamanism]
[Lecture on shamanism]
AAF-13168 is a 1/2-inch open reel videotape with the label torn off. It contains scenes of a man lecturing about shamanism in the Bering Sea area, shamanism in general, and medicine practices.
[Dr. Michael Krauss and Irene Reed lectures]
[Dr. Michael Krauss and Irene Reed lectures]
AAF-13169 is a 1/2-inch open reel videotape labeled "Anth 429 - Lang. in Culture Tape #III - Dr. Michael Krauss, Irene Reed (Master)." Michael Krauss speaks about the number of native speakers of Native American languages and lectures about Native languages of Alaska. He points to a map of Alaska with hand drawn lines. Irene Reed presents an overview of bilingual programs in the state of Alaska. The first 90 seconds of the video contains miscellaneous, unrelated scenes.
[Richard Hensel on impact of Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act to wildlife Part 2]
[Richard Hensel on impact of Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act to wildlife Part 2]
AAF-13173 is a 1/2-inch open reel videotape labeled "Richard Hensel, January 25, 1972, Concl. Alaska Methodist University Pt. 2." A representative from the Bureau of Sports Fisheries and Wildlife, Division of the Department of the Interior, continues to speak about the impact of Native land claims on Alaska wildlife refuges.
[Richard Hensel on impact of Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act to wildlife Part 1]
[Richard Hensel on impact of Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act to wildlife Part 1]
AAF-13172 is a 1/2-inch open reel videotape labeled "Richard Hensel, January 25, 1972 - Alaska Methodist University Pt. 1." A representative from the Bureau of Sports Fisheries and Wildlife, Division of the Department of the Interior, speaks about the impact of Native land claims on Alaska wildlife refuges.
[Harry Carter on Alaska Native Lands Claims history and issues]
[Harry Carter on Alaska Native Lands Claims history and issues]
AAF-13176 is a 1/2-inch open reel videotape labeled "Master Tape February 1972 Harry Carter AFN on Native Land Claims." Harry Carter, the executive director of the Alaska Federation of Natives, speaks about the history of land claims settlement, the AFN, land allocation, poverty, economic development, and other related issues.
[Student panel presentation for psychology class]
[Student panel presentation for psychology class]
AAF-13170 is a 1/2-inch open reel videotape labeled "Educational Psychology Tape 2, Dr. D. Whitmore AMU 1st dub 40 min." It contains scenes of a panel presentation by instructors and/or college students about Freud's influence on education theory.
[Student panel presentation for psychology class]
[Student panel presentation for psychology class]
AAF-13171 is a 1/2-inch open reel videotape labeled "Educational Psychology Tape 4." It contains scenes of a panel presentation about the psychology of learning.
[Alaska Native Land Claims symposium]
[Alaska Native Land Claims symposium]
AAF-13175 is a 1/2-inch open reel videotape labeled "Alaska Native Land Claims Symposium, speaker: Neil Bassett representing USDI-BLM, Master." A representative from the U.S. Department of the Interior/Bureau of Land Managament speaks during a symposium on Alaska Native lands claims.
[Lee Salisbury teaches speech for the classroom teacher, tape 5]
[Lee Salisbury teaches speech for the classroom teacher, tape 5]
AAF-13180 is a 1/2-inch open reel videotape labeled "Speech 371 - Speech for the Classroom Teacher Spring 1973 Tape V - Lee Salisbury" on the front of the case and "Speech for Classroom Teacher, Sp. 371 Lee Salisbury Tape #5 " on the reel. It contains scenes of University of Alaska Fairbanks instructor Lee Salisbury lecturing.
[Lee Salisbury teaches speech for the classroom teacher, tape 4]
[Lee Salisbury teaches speech for the classroom teacher, tape 4]
AAF-13179 is a 1/2-inch open reel videotape labeled "Speech 371 - Speech for the Classroom Teacher Spring 1973 Tape IV - Lee Salisbury" on the front of the case and "Lee Salisbury Speech 371 U of A Tape #4 March 20, 1973" on the reel. It contains scenes of University of Alaska Fairbanks instructor Lee Salisbury lecturing.
[Lecture on the teaching of reading]
[Lecture on the teaching of reading]
AAF-13178 is a 1/2-inch open reel videotape labeled "ED 331 - Teaching of Reading, no date Tape VII - Ann Gillian." An instructor talks about linguistics and the teaching of reading. In the final two minutes, another presenter talks about rural education in Alaska and how regional high schools might slow the out-migration of young people from villages to cities.
[Student presentation on brainstorming]
[Student presentation on brainstorming]
AAF-13181 is a 1/2-inch open reel videotape labeled "Speech 111 Spring 1972 Sheila Hood." It contains college classroom scenes featuring a presentation on group techniques for generating ideas (i.e. "brainstorming").
[Puppet demonstration]
[Puppet demonstration]
AAF-13182 is a 1/2-inch open reel videotape labeled "0-560, Puppets, Mrs. Weimer July 20, 1971, this is only end of demonstration." It contains footage of a woman talking about a variety of puppets.
[Student study group]
[Student study group]
AAF-13183 is a 1/2-inch open reel videotape with the labels torn off. It contains scenes of a group of college students working on logic problems and homework.