It was great to see you too. I hope you enjoyed your visit to the galleries in Scottsdale.
I just got your nomination for Discovering the Human Brain. Thanks! In the Tall Grass was on the 2007 Notable Videos for Adults list we did in January so you don't need to submit that one. Go ahead and fill out a nomination form for the stem cell one with as much information as possible. I'm not likely to snail mail them, so a URL and phone number should be adequate.
All the best,
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From: Susan Weber <email@example.com>
> Hi Vicki:
> It was fun spending time with you at NMM.
> I'd like to recommend documentaries which I saw at NMM.
> 1. In the Tall Grass - Choices Inc. 2006 60 min.
> The Rwanda follow-up. The partner film to this is: Through My Eyes,
> which was
> at the show last year.
> 2. Discovering the Human Brain: New Pathways to Neuroscience
> Davidson 2006, 29 min.
> This is from a 2-part series, Neuroscience Series, however I focused on
> 1 part.
> 3. Stem cells: the ethical issues VEA 2006 30 min.
> This was a well-balanced documentary, giving both sides of the
> controversy around use
> of stem cells. It also has a 2nd part, Understanding stem cells, which
> I found to be more
> for high school, and has more basic info., less about the controversy.
> I've filled in the online forms, which are a bear. Do you really need
> the address, phone and fax
> when you've got the URL?
> Vicki Nesting wrote:
> > Have you seen an amazing video lately? Not a feature film, but a
> > documentary, performance, educational, or how-to video, geared toward
> > an adult audience. If so, please consider nominating it for the
> > ALA-VRT Notable Videos for Adults list.
> > In 1998, the Video Round Table established the Notable Videos for
> > Adults list as a means of providing guidance to public and academic
> > librarians involved in building dynamic and balanced video collections
> > for an adult clientele. The list recognizes the growing number and
> > enormous diversity of documentaries, educational and instructional
> > titles, and performance works for adults available. We hope that
> > librarians will use the lists to help them identify and select the
> > best offerings in this video marketplace.
> > Each year a committee comprised of VRT members selects the best
> > fifteen educational, performance or how-to titles released during the
> > previous and current calendar years. We need your suggestions! If you
> > are a librarian and not affiliated with a video producer or
> > distributor, you can suggest titles for the committee's consideration.
> > You need not be a VRT member to nominate titles.
> > The deadline to submit titles to be considered for the 2008 list is
> > next Friday, October 19th. Nominated videos should have been released
> > for the first time in any format between Oct. 1, 2005 and Sept. 30, 2007.
> > Please read the criteria and selection procedures first
> > http://www.ala.org/ala/vrt/notablevideos/criteria.htm), then fill out
> > the suggestion form
> > (http://www.tacoma.washington.edu/library/media/vrt/notable.cfm).
> > Thanks in advance for your help,
> > Vicki Nesting, Chair
> > ALA-VRT Notable Video for Adults Committee
> > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> > Vicki Nesting
> > Assistant Director
> > St. Charles Parish Library
> > P.O. Box 949
> > Luling, Louisiana 70070
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> > email@example.com
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