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BCIT historical audio, video and film collection

  • C08
  • Collection
  • 1973-2005

The BCIT historical audio, video & film collection consists of over 100 videos, 30 films and 30 audio original recordings. The majority of these were produced by BCIT’s Audiovisual Department, Learning Resources Unit, and Marketing. The remaining media were created mostly by local professional videographers, alumni, and faculty. Nearly all of the audio and video works document the educational history of BCIT.

The digital collection contains a few of these works that have been digitized, and is steadily growing.

BCIT. Archives

BCIT Knowledge that works!

Interviews with graduates about their academic and social experiences at BCIT. Interviews are with Karla Baughman, Aviation ; Darren Plested, Wood Products ; Christine Lanyon, Petroleum & Natural Gas ; Kelly Chow, Architectural Drafting ; Gwen McReynolds, Automated Business Equipment ; Julie Baldwin, Nursing ; Chris Lodder, Mining ; Kathy Uhryn, Operations Management ; Gordon Harkies and Sylvia Eggenberger, Building Technology.

BCIT. Library Services

BCIT presents: Partnerships that work: Job-ready graduates, advancing careers, improving business performance

Promotion video for BCIT that includes sound bites from hiring managers, instructors, graduates and current students plus video clips from various programs. Programs mentioned are Business, Broadcasting, Computing, Construction, Electrical and Electronics, Health Sciences, Manufacturing, Processing, Energy & Natural Resources, Transportation, Part-time Studies, Nursing, Forensic Science. Departments included Technology Centre and Industry Services.

BCIT. Audio Visual Services

BCIT's Harassment and Discrimination Program presents: "It

Program produced for BCIT Office of Harassment and Discrimination and hosted by TV reporter Mi-Jung Lee that explores the issues of harassment and discrimination using dramatic scenes based upon real-life incidents. Includes an introduction from Brian GIllespie, President at BCIT, and an interview with Bill Graham, Harassment and Discrimination Advisor.

BCIT. Audio Visual Services

The Venture Program at BCIT: it works

Promotion video about BCIT Venture Program at the Downtown Campus for potential students. Includes sound clips from instructors, staff and graduates plus video clips of people working on and off campus. Includes: Todd Margolis, Advisor for the Venture Program ; Graduates: Mark Whalen, Judith Law, Wendi Copeland, Lucky Lauridsen, Madeleine Shaw, Ian Comishin, Chem Cohen, Chris Holmes.

BCIT. Audio Visual Services

Technology tango (abridged version)

Promotional video presented by the BCIT Technology Centre about industry sponsored student projects (abridged version of item C08-v000027). Hosted by graduate Marleen Tenge. Highlighted projects are from a variety of industries and the students working on the projects are interviewed (Michelle Forrester, Belinda Kissack, Pulp and Paper ; Mike Wardas, Chad Koehn, Peter Reedeker, Ed Oswald, Mechnical Technology ; Tara Linder, Jim Byorkes, Jason Wynne, Marketing ; Phan Le, Electronics ; Scott Kingham, Heather Dowson, Tracey Lieuwen, Building Technology).

BCIT. Audio Visual Services

BCIT Downtown: Not your average campus

Promotional video of BCIT Downtown campus. Animated logo and visualization of the building. Interview with Duke Dukowski, Director, BCIT Downtown and students. Features classroom footage. Focus on business partnerships as well government and industry. Mentions Sim Tech, a virtual reality lab. The Living Lab is also highlighted as a partnership with SFU. Three key focuses of BCIT Downtown campus are: community pride, partnerships and high tech learning. Created by BCIT's Learning Resources Unit or LRU, now known as the BCIT Learning and Teaching Centre (LTC).

BCIT. Learning and Teaching Centre

The need for planning; Starting a business

Part of a telecourse series, this film provides background to help the entrepreneur understand how a business plan is used to determine the viability of a proposition, to organize planning, and to obtain financing. Randy Vandermark, Department head, BCIT Marketing Management, introduces the film: Do you need a business plan? The middle section, Starting a Business: Do you need a business plan?, is hosted by Bob Grasley. Using still cartoons and interviews with business people the topic is explored. Interviewees include: Jeremy Brown, The Brownstone Press, Edward Starr, The Starr Group, Don Campbell, Vice-President Chateau-Gai Wines, Kishore Doshi, Video Captions, Deepak Sahasrabudhe, film sound studio, Michael Volker, Volker-Craig, and Derek Buntain, Private Risk Investor. Video concludes concludes with a panel discussion with Morie Shacker, Marketing Management BCIT Faculty and Brian Hann of The Royal Bank. This telecourse if made possible by: The British Columbia Ministries and Education and Small Business Development.

British Columbia Institute of Technology

Speakers bureau: Mark Angelo "Wild Rivers of BC", March 25, 1992

Recording of Mark Angelo's presentation from a BCIT Speakers Bureau event. Mr. Angelo's presentation is about the threats to rivers in BC and the need for a provincial wild river strategy. Includes question and comment period after the presentation. The Speakers Bureau was created for members of the BCIT community to improve and practice their communication and public speaking skills.

British Columbia Institute of Technology

"The Machine Doctor" ; "Day in the life of a payroll clerk"

  • Day in the Life of a Payroll Clerk: Helps occupational nursing students become aware of hazards in an office workplace. Examines the duties of a payroll clerk, Miriam Quarin, in order to illustrate white collar physical hazards and mental stress.
  • Machine Doctor: Illustrates hidden hazards in industrial workplaces. Helps occupational nursing students identify the dangers by following the daily activities of a millwright at Scott Paper.

BCIT. Audio Visual Services

1. Cecil Roper receives distinguished service award and Honorary Doctor of Technology (1995-06-21 and 1995-06-22) (34:00 min.); [title cont'd in note]

Part 1: Event recording of the presentation of the Distinguished Service Award and Honorary Doctor of Technology to Cecil Roper (June 21-22, 1995). Includes speeches and award ceremonies. Part 2: Event recording of the presentation of an Honorary Doctor of Technology to Sam Simpson at the convocation ceremony on June 23, 1995.

BCIT. Audio Visual Services

Pioneers archiving project: BCIT 30th Anniversary Interviews 1996, tape 2

Interviews with past employees, instructors and graduates from the class of 1966 at the BCIT 30th Anniversary event. Interviewees include: Al Willcox, Mining instructor, 1965-1976 and Head of Continuing Education for Engineering night school,1976-1981 (00:06-04:19); R. Ian McNeil, Survey instructor 1964-1989 (04:20-12:11); John Bowmer, member of advisory committee for Medical Laboratory Technology (12:12-18:36); H. Leslie Smith, involved in conception of BCIT and member of the advisory committee, and Stan T. Richards, Head of Medical Laboratory starting 1964-1981(?) (18:36-43:30); Anne McMillan, Medical Radiography graduate 1966, later became Program Head of Medical Radiography program (43:31-52:32); Anita Yourt(?), Medical Radiography graduate 1966 (52:33-58:18); Jennifer Anderson, Medical Laboratory graduate 1966, and Bill (William A.) Anderson, Forestry graduate 1966 (58:19-1:04:24); Dave Breckner, program committee member for Instrumentation, Computers in Business, and Natural Gas Technology (1:04:25-1:11:17); Peter Woolley, Financial Management instructor, and Co Boer, Business graduate 1966 (1:11:18-1:23:59); Terry Elliott, Business graduate 1966, and Peter Woolley [poor audio quality] (1:24:03-1:36:16); Wayne Wutzke and Henry Bow, Business graduates 1966 [poor audio quality] (1:36:17-1:42:54); Gordon Farrell, Business graduate 1966, Dean in the School of Business (1:42:55-1:48:35); Cam Barnetson, Chemistry instructor (1:48:36-1:54:18).

BCIT. Library Services

BCIT presents: Steel fabrication

Promotional video for the BCIT Steel Fabrication program. In the video, a past student tells a friend general information about steel fabrication, the skills learned in the program, the program curriculum, how to apply to the program and future job opportunities.

BCIT. Audio Visual Services

Future tech: careers in engineering technology at BCIT

Promotion video about BCIT Engineering Technology programs for potential students. Programs highlighted are: Chemical Sciences, Biological Sciences, Mechanical Technology, Mechanical Systems, Forest Resource, Lumber & Plywood Technology, Mining Technology, Natural Gas & Petroleum, Surveying, Civil and Structural Technologists, Building Technology, Computer Systems, CAD/CAM, Electrical/Electronics. Includes clips of students working in the classroom and in the field with voice over, brief clips with Dr. Basil Peters, Harry Jackson, John Leech and Roy Murray (President, BCIT).

BCIT. Library Services

Closer than you think: library research for distance education (1994)

Introduces library research tools available for students enrolled in the distance education program. Includes information about the BCIT research guide, how to research a subject in a library catalogue, how to find an item in the library, what information to note for a bibliography, how to use a periodical index, and how to request an item from the BCIT Library.

BCIT. Audio Visual Services

Library-wise: a guide to research

Instructional video for students about research tools available at the BCIT library. Includes information about the research guides, how to find and research a subject in a library catalogue, how to find an item in the library, what information to note for a bibliography, how to use a periodical index, and how to request an interlibrary loan.

BCIT. Audio Visual Services

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