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  • Altering the aging process
    (Virginia Tech. Learning Resources Center : Blacksburg, Va., 1988)
    This teleconference examines recent progress in aging research and explores economic, public policy, social, and ethical issues associated with increasing active life expectancy and with extension of the life span.
  • Gobblerfest 2012 movie
    Craig, Brian (2012-09-13)
    This movie was made during Gobblerfest 2012 on the Drillfield. Newman Library had an Abraham Lincoln impersonator, as well as carnival-style cutouts of historic photographs from Virginia Tech's Special Collections Department.
  • Up and Down These Roads: A Rural County in Transition
    Fine, Elizabeth C. (Reynolds Homestead Continuing Education Center, 1982)
    Documents the continuity and change in Patrick County, an isolated rural county in southwestern Virginia. Includes interviews with local residents Ruth Jean Bolt, Dorn Spangler, Jim Shelor, Judge John D. Hooker, and the Foddrells.
  • ETDs@VT: Copyright--Your Rights and Responsibilities
    McMillan, Gail (Virginia Tech. Graduate School, 2011-10-11)
    Gail McMillan discusses copyright, permissions and representing other authors' works in your ETD. Recorded 18 October 2011 at the Graduate Life Center, Virginia Tech.
  • The Role of vocational education in restructured schools
    (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Video/Broadcast Services, 1992)
    A teleconference in which panelists discuss how students benefit from restructuring when vocational education becomes an integral part of their educational experience.
  • A Window to the world
    Scheeler, Jerry (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University : Blacksburg, VA, 1992)
    An overview of services provided by Virginia Tech in instruction, research, and public service. "Since its founding as a land-grant college in 1872 in Blacksburg, Virginia Tech has grown to become the state's largest university. With more than 200 degree programs and more than $100 million in research projects each year, Virginia Tech is the state's leading research institution as well as the home of Virginia Cooperative Extension."--Container.