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Although they might seem old by their production dates, science titles
do not go out of date very frequently. We have some titles in these
series and they still get classroom use by our professors.
A professor has recently requested several biology titles from Films for
the Humanities. While I am happy to get them for her, looking at the
dates, I can't help but wonder if these titles (the Living Body series,
1984, the New Living Body series, 1995 and the Genetics series, 1997)
have been replaced by something more recent. Have any of you come across
newer material in these areas? It seems a bit odd to spend over $1000.00
on science tapes that are ten years old.
Media Librarian/Assistant Professor
Brooklyn Campus Library
Long Island University
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