[Videolib] Searching for title

Stockwell, Patricia (Patricia.Stockwell@ppcc.edu)
Fri, 3 Aug 2007 13:42:43 -0600

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Hello everyone. I have another favor to ask.... I am in need of a
series put out in 1992 by WGBH Educational Foundation and sold by Films
for the Humanities. The series is called "The Machine that changed the
world" There are five parts - I need to replace the first two parts.
1.) Inventing the future 2.) Giant Brains. We have the whole set but
the first two were somehow wiped out or desensitized. Does anyone know
if it is still available? I called Films for the Humanities and they
said tit is no longer available and that there was nothing to replace
the title. A few instructors use it in their class every semester and I
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Patricia J. Stockwell

Library Technician III / College Archivist

Pikes Peak Community College

5675 S. Academy Blvd. Box 7

Colorado Springs, CO 80906

patricia.stockwell@ppcc.edu

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Hello everyone.  I have another favor to = ask….  I am in need of a series put out in 1992 by WGBH Educational Foundation = and sold by Films for the Humanities.  The series is called “The = Machine that changed the world” There are five parts – I need to = replace the first two parts.  1.) Inventing the future =   2.)  Giant Brains.  We have the whole set but the first two were somehow wiped = out or desensitized.  Does anyone know if it is still available?  I = called Films for the Humanities and they said tit is no longer available and = that there was nothing to replace the title.  A few instructors use it = in their class every semester and I really need to find a copy of this VHS.  =

 

Any suggestions? 

 

 

 

 

 

Patricia J. Stockwell

Library Technician III / College Archivist

Pikes Peak Community College

5675 S. Academy Blvd.  Box 7

Colorado Springs,  CO  80906

patricia.stockwell@ppcc.edu

 

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