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Catalog

Shafer Library

2008-2009

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School of Business 3

Business: ACCOUNTING 4

Business: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 5

Business: COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS (CIS) and CIT[echnology] 8

Business: OFFICE ADMINISTRATION 12

School of Health Sciences 13

Health Sciences: (General) HEALTH Resources 14

Health Sciences: MEDICAL ASSISTANT 20

Health Sciences: PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT 23

Health Sciences: PN & ASN 24

Health Sciences: SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY 32

School of Liberal Arts/General Education 35

Liberal Arts: COMMUNICATION 36

Liberal Arts: HUMANITIES--AMERICAN HISTORY 39

Liberal Arts: HUMANITIES--ART&CULTURE, Literature, WORLD HISTORY, Philosophy, ETHICS 47

Liberal Arts/Gen. Ed.: LIFE & PHYSICAL SCIENCES 56

Liberal Arts/Gen. Ed.: LIFE & PHYSICAL SCIENCES 56

Liberal Arts/Gen.Ed.: MATHEMATICS 65

Liberal Arts: SOCIAL SCIENCES (Sociology, Government, Economics, Psychology) 67

School of Public & Social Services (& Academic Skills) 76

Public & Social Services: CRIMINAL JUSTICE 77

Public & Social Services: PARALEGAL 80

Public & Social Services: Early Childhood Education 81

Public & Social Services: HOSPITALITY 90

Public & Social Services: HUMAN SERVICES 91

Public & Social Services: PUBLIC SAFETY/FIRE SCIENCES 99

ACADEMIC SKILLS & CAREERS 100

School of Technology 104

Technology: AUTOMOTIVE 105

Technology: CONSTRUCTION 107

Technology: ELECTRONICS 111

Technology: MANUFACTURING & INDUSTRIAL 112

Faculty Development Collection 118

Appendix A (Music CDs and CD-ROM Software) 120

Appendix B (PBS Video Collection List) 122


School of
Business



  • Lectures for Accounting, 21e or Financial Accounting, 7e Tutorial Videos:

(One set for student use in library only – one set may be checked out)

Tapes 1-24 correlated to chapters in Warren, Reeve, Fess textbook.



Using real-life case studies, series designed for students & business professionals, explores
entire subject of management accounting, from specific accounting techniques & concepts to
ethical questions involving how information is presented. 1996.

502-1 Project analysis (pt.3 of series)

502-2 Revenue and production constraints (pt.4 of series)

502-3 Time value of money (pt.8 of series)

502-4 Capital expenditure analysis (pt.9 of series)

446 Basic marketing / Essentials of marketing [Volumes 2,3,4]
Four videocassettes designed to be used with Basic Marketing, 10th ed., 1990 and Essentials of
Marketing, 5th ed., 1991. Marketing strategies of successful companies are illustrated through
interviews, advertising clips, and graphics. 1990.

414 Basics of Exporting [35 min.]
Discusses small businesses in the area of exporting and the many opportunities that are available in foreign fields. 1993.

637 Be prepared to sell [24 min.]

How to sell a product, a proposal, or an idea to a group. 1991.



638 Be prepared to lead: Applied leadership skills for business managers Guide

[27 min.] 1991.

Part 1 of program demonstrates a technique for classifying leadership style into one of four
categories: delegation, influence, collaboration, or direction.

Part 2 discusses adapting leadership style. Part three will look at the persona of a leader.



639 Be prepared to speak: The step-by-step video guide to public speaking Guide

[27 min.]

Demonstrates techniques for preparing and practicing speeches. Follows one speaker's progress through the process of speech writing, speech presentation, and control of stage fright. 1985.

640 Be prepared for meetings: How to lead productive business meetings Guide

[24 min.]

Discusses techniques for leading effective and productive business. 1991.

880 Bigger than Enron (Frontline) [60 min.]
The collapse of Enron caused many to question the watchdog system designed to protect investors. But Enron and Arthur Andersen are the tip of the iceberg. In the late 1990s, Enron was just one of the more than 400 corporations forced to dramatically restate their value because of accounting lapses, failures or fraud. Now, FRONTLINE examines an oversight system gone soft. PBS Frontline, 2002.

882 Business Law: The Basics [26 min.]
Standard Deviants School production defines what is a law, where they come from, and how this applies to business law, 2002.

883 Business Law: Torts [26 min.]
Standard Deviants School production defines tort – a wrong one person does to another (assault and battery, theft, defamation, etc.), 2002.

884 Business Law: Contract Law [26 min.]
Standard Deviants School production on contract law, the ins and outs of sealing a deal; offers, counter offers, withdrawing offers, 2002.

506 Coke in Japan [8 min.]
Identifies factors in the success of Coca-Cola's marketing strategy in Japan, such as the
forging of alliances with local business partners, the adoption of local business and social
practices, and the tailoring of products to suit the Japanese market. 1997.


  • Advideo journal, v.1:

472 Diet coke: How to become #1 in eight weeks [50 min.]

Tells how the advertising campaign "Just for the taste of it" helped Diet Coke become


the leading low-calorie soft drink in eight weeks. Also contains examples of various
products using animation in TV advertising. 198-.

629 Do right II [23 min.]

Focuses on the importance of teamwork, the cornerstone of every individual and organizational


success (achievement motivation). 1991.

508 Effective teamwork [shelved in wall cabinet] Kit with audiocassette

Work groups; decision-making. [AMI How-to series] . 1995. & book



603 Excellence files [86 min.] Workbook

Presents profiles of 8 companies recognized for innovative business management & Action


techniques: Southwest Airlines, Defense Personnel Support Center, Timberland, Guide
Rubbermaid, Whole Foods Market, USAA, Work Family Directions, and Coca-Cola. 1997.

837 Financial markets [12 min.]
Insight Media video gives overview of financial markets and investments. 2000.

453 Get more done in less time [13 min.]

Shows you the basic steps you can take to make time work for you so you can get more of the


right things done. 1991.
504 Global strategies [11 min.] (International business, v.5)

In order to meet the challenges of the future and effectively use world resources to compete, Ford has put in place a worldwide team effort in the design, production, and marketing of their cars. 1996.



503 How to really create a successful business plan: Essential elements of a
great plan [40 min.]

Discusses the importance of a business plan and the necessary steps to create one. 1992.



507 If you really want to get ahead. 1989.

474 In search of excellence [88 min.]

Discusses management strategies of some of America's most successful companies. Covers 3 main topics: corporate values (ex. From IBM and Disney World), innovation (ex. From 3M & Apple), and people--customers and employees (ex. From Stew Leonard's Dairy… 1985.



481 Internet: Doing Business on the Internet [25 min.]

Discusses doing business on the Internet. 1997.



625 London International Advertising Awards: 1998 Foods

Television advertising awards. 1998.



626 London International Advertising Awards: U.S. oldies, vol.1

Award winning television commercials from American television. 1997.



505 Marketing research [11 min.]

Discusses the marketing research process, using Coca Cola Company. 1995.



  • Advideo journal, issue #5:

471 Marketing high-tech [43 min.]
Focuses on the advertising strategies of IBM and Apple through interviews & discusses the many technical and creative elements that go into the marketing of the personal computer. 1984.

399 Management: Total quality management, 1993. [60 min.]

  • More than numbers: Management accounting in practice: [28 min. each]

Using real-life case studies, series designed for students & business professionals, explores
entire subject of management accounting, from specific accounting techniques & concepts to
ethical questions involving how information is presented. 1996.

502-1 Project analysis (pt.3 of series)

502-2 Revenue and production constraints (pt.4 of series)

502-3 Time value of money (pt.8 of series)

502-4 Capital expenditure analysis (pt.9 of series)

583 Parliamentary procedure made simple: The basics [80 min.] Guide

Presents the basics of parliamentary procedure. Makes Robert's rules of order easy to under-stand. Includes a meeting conducted from beginning to end according to Robert's rules. 1993.



584 Parliamentary procedure made simple: All about motions [2 parts-140 min.] Booklets

Part 1 presents the basics of parliamentary procedure. Part 2 shows a meeting conducted


from beginning to end according to Robert's Rules. 1996.


  • No-brainers:

688 Public speaking [60 min.]

Presents information that will give you tools to deliver speech with confidence, guide you


through speech writing process from start to finish, and help overcome #1 fear of Americans:
speaking in public. 1998. [Anderson VHS 601; Marion VHS 055]

448 Quality systems requirements video

DVD 037 Secret history of the credit card [1 videodisc, 60 min.]

Originally broadcast as a segment of Frontline, Nov. 23, 2004. The average family today carries 10 credit cards. Credit card debt and personal bankruptcies are now at an all time high. With no legal limit on the amount of interest or fees that can be charged, credit cards have become the most profitable sector of the American banking industry: more than $30 billion in profits last year alone. Frontline and the New York Times join forces to investigate how an industry few Americans understand became so pervasive, so lucrative, and so powerful. PBS Home Video, 2004.

811 Situational management for women [30 min.]
Discusses various situational stumbling blocks and goal setting for women in business. 1987.

599 Ties & tensions: EU-US relations in the next century [27 min.]

Describes continuing process of European union, & how globalization of trade & communications


will change life on both sides of Atlantic. European-American rivalry & partnerships (economic
& political) are covered through case studies, & interviews … 1996.
410 Your best business partner: The public library [35 min.]

Describes how to use the public library to locate information that can be worth thousands of


dollars to you. Lists the major directories and guides available in most large public libraries.
(Taped at Brody Resource Library) 1993.

314 Your greatest investment

Subtitle on container: Long term dividends with personal success. 1991.



415 Your own business: Getting started [48 min.]

Program introduces you to small business entrepreneurs who have taken the dream of owning their


own businesses and made it a reality. Topics covered: writing of the business plan, market research,
selecting a legal form of your business, financing. 1994.

512 Building the virtual LAN [65 min.] Workbook

Explains what virtual networks are, examines emerging technologies for creating


virtual topologies, and looks at the management issues that must be faced. 1994.

484 Distance learning primer [20 min.]
Highlights the U.S. Department of Education's Star Schools programs to present an introduction to distance learning, including information about the technologies, applications, programs, and resources available. 1994.

680 Extreme machines: Incredible robots [47 min.]
Demonstrates the quick evolution of robots, showing how mobility sets the stage for the development of intelligence. Predicts future uses of robots. 1999.

493 From micros to monsters / System analysis and design [60 min.]
A survey of electronic data, computer hardware and software systems, and developments that will provide the basis for further advancements in data processing. (This tape includes parts 13 and 14 of a 26 part series: The New Literacy.) 1988.

513 Fundamentals of Token-Ring LANs [60 min.] Workbook

Examines concepts behind the construction of Token-Ring networks, how they


operate and are expanded and how they can be connected to other LANs and
the corporate WAN. 1994.

DVD 51 Gameheadz [50 min.]
Since the first Pong machine was launched three decades ago, computer games have evolved to become the world's second-largest entertainment industry, after music. This fascinating program profiles the visionaries, mavericks, and renegades of this addictive multibillion-dollar industry. Interviews with Nolan Bushnell, Ralph Baer, and others illustrate the innovation and creativity that went into the creation of Space Invaders, Pac-Man, Asteroids, Donkey Kong, Super Mario Brothers, and tetris, among others, and the Game Boy system. Discovery Channel/Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2004.

600 Hands-on world wide web: Spinning your own site [2 parts on 2 videocassetes] Slides from
Workshop presenting development of web sites in two parts (part 1: Tools and uses; presentations
part 2: Using HTML). 1998.

DVD 54 (The) history of computers [26 min.]
This program traces the course of technological innovations leading up to today's computers, from Charles Babbage and his analytical engine of the 1860's to the latest laptops. Narrator: Richard Moore. Cambridge Educational, 2004.

517 Information superhighway: Understanding and using the Internet -- a step-by-step guide. 1994. [30 min.]

481 Internet: Doing Business on the Internet [25 min.]

Discusses doing business on the Internet. 1997.



482 Internet tools [101 min.]

This program deals with electronic mail tools, World Wide Web browsers, online search tools, file


transfer tools, gopher software, and news readers. 1995.

483 Internet e-mail [86 min.]
Answers the following questions: what is Email, why use Email, addressing, tools, and creating
Email messages. 1995.

455 An introduction to the Internet: What to know and how to get on. 1995. [45 min.]

DVD 55 An introduction to web site design [30 min.]
"This video gives viewers a comprehensive introduction to the basic principles of Web site design, a great first step toward becoming a webmaster or an interactive media designer. It explains how to identify the ttarget audience, determine the site's core purpose, apply Ben Schneiderman's eight golden rules of GUI design, address technological issues and matters of visual appeal, and carry out an ongoing test/evaluation/update cycle."--container. Cambridge Educational, 2004.

452-1 Learn! Microsoft Windows 95: Getting started [58 min.]

Video series is designed to help one learn the new Windows 95. Whether a beginner or


experienced Window user, one needs to learn new ways with Windows 95. 1996.

452-2 Learn! Microsoft Windows 95: Internet, Email, Faxing and more. 1996. [58 min.] 452-3 Learn! Microsoft Windows 95: Tips, tricks and shortcuts [58 min.]

Video series is designed to help one learn the new Windows 95. Whether a beginner or


experienced Window user, one needs to learn new ways with Windows 95. 1996.

456 Mastering and using WordPerfect 5.1 for Windows. 1993.

  • Networking series:

491-1 Networking series: Basic elements [60 min.]

The basics -- The fundamental problem: moving bits -- Organizing the bits: protocols -- Organizing


the protocols: architectures -- Agreeing on architectures and protocols: standards -- Making
connections -- What is being connected -- Ways to connect: … 1995.

491-2 Building internets with Netware [60 min.]

As more PCs become connected to LANs, LAN internetworking becomes a vital element of enterprise


computing. Program will discuss the design and implementation of LAN internetworks based on
NetWare and related products, and the strategies for making … 1994.

491-3 Principles of TCP/IP [61 min.]

Program provides an introduction to the structure and functions of the TCP/IP suite, and explains the major mechanisms of TCP/IP. Also discusses the major issues involved in using TCP/IP in future networks. 1996.



491-4 Fundamentals of Ethernet LANs [49 min.]

This video seminar presents the different types of "Ethernet" networks, their construction, operation,


utilization, and interconnection. 1996.

493 From micros to monsters / System analysis and design [60 min.]

A survey of electronic data, computer hardware and software systems, and developments that will


provide the basis for further advancements in data processing. (This tape includes parts 13 and 14
of a 26 part series: The New Literacy.) 1988.

759 Learning i-Net+ [ 4 videocassettes; 6 hours] Study Guides

Chad Petersen. Provo, Utah : KeyStone Learning Systems, c2000. This certification learning course is the basis of any Internet-related profession. KeyStone's i-Net+ learning course will help you master Internet basics and help you develop the strong foundation you need for a successful career in today's fast-paced business world.




Level 1/Tape 1

  1. Basic Networking Concepts [61 min.]

  2. Basic Internet Concepts [17 min.]

  3. Protocols [25 min.]

Level 2/Tape 2

  1. Servers [25 min.]

  2. Internet Clients [28 min.]

  3. Internet Client Configuration and Usage [39 min.]

  4. Internet Search Engines [10 min.]

Level 3/Tape 3

  1. Network Security [22 min.]

  2. Internet Development [36 min.]

  3. Internet Site Design [31 min.]

Level 4/Tape 4

  1. Internet Troubleshooting [45 min.]

  2. Business Concepts [20 min.]


729 Learning Red Hat Linux 6.X Exam 033 KLS Corp. [Introduction to Study Guides
Red Hat Linux 6.X] [4 videocassettes, 8 hrs. 1 min.]

Nicholas Wells. Provo, Utah: KeyStone Learning Systems, c2000.



Level 1/Tape 1

  1. Introduction to Red Hat Certification [5 min.]

  2. Linux and Windows [9 min.]

  3. Booting and Logging into Linux [20 min.]

  4. Understanding the Linux File System [22 min.]

  5. Performing File Maintenance Tasks [19 min.]

  6. Using the Linux Command Line [15 min.]

  7. Command Help [17 min.]

Level 2/Tape 2

  1. Creating Documents [25 min.]

  2. Controlling File Access [19 min.]

  3. Launching Applications [8 min.]

  4. Printing in Red Hat Linux [22 min.]

  5. Using Regular Expressions [10 min.]

  6. Copying Data to Floppy Disks [13 min.]

  7. Redirecting Input and Output [35 min.]

Level 3/Tape 3

  1. Using Gnome for Common Tasks [16 min.]

  2. Starting Applications [11 min.]

  3. Customizing Gnome [29 min.]

  4. Using Simple Gnome Applications [19 min.]

  5. Viewing & Creating Graphics [17 min.]

  6. Using the File Manager [17 min.]

  7. The Gnome Control Center [17 min.]

Level 4/Tape 4






  1. System Tools [18 min.]

  2. The KDE Menus [16 min.]

  3. Another Level Menus [4 min.]

  4. Understanding Software Packages [18 min.]

  5. Using Graphical RPM Tools [13 min.

  6. Accessing the Network [7 min.]

  7. Using Configuration Utilities [15 min.]

  8. Introducing LinuxConf [10 min.]


729 Learning Red Hat Linux 6.X Exam 133 KLS Corp. system administration Study Guides
[Red Hat Linux 6.X system administration] [6 videocassettes, 11 hrs. 56 min.]

Nicholas Wells. Provo, Utah: KeyStone Learning Systems, c2000.



Level 1/Tape 5

  1. Introductions [6 min.]

  2. Important Concepts [7 min.]

  3. Installing Red Hat Linux [44 min.]

  4. Starting the System [13 min.]

  5. Configuring LILO [10 min.]

  6. Setting up Graphics [36 min.]

Level 2/Tape 6

  1. The Initialization Process [26 min.]

  2. Basic System Administration [14 min.]

  3. Some Command Line Utilities [41 min.]

  4. File System Administration [27 min.]

Level 3/Tape 7

  1. Using the File System Automounter [13 min.]

  2. File System Troubleshooting [16 min.]

  3. RAID [14 min.]

  4. Using Diskettes [6 min.]

  5. Backing up the System [26 min.]

  6. Using Disk Quotas [12 min.]

Level 4/Tape 8

  1. User and Group Management [45 min.]

  2. Managing Processes [49 min.]

  3. Managing jobs in the Shell [12 min.]

  4. Automating Process Execution [14 min.]

Level 5/Tape 9

  1. Managing Printing [30 min.]

  2. Kernel Modules [15 min.]

  3. Kernel [33 min.]

  4. Logging [13 min.]

  5. Networking Basics [27 min.]

Level 6/Tape 10

  1. Client Networking Services [25 min.]

  2. Sharing File Systems—NFS [10 min.]

  3. Sharing File Systems—Samba [25 min.]

  4. Sharing File Systems—NetWare [6 min.]

  5. Procmail [8 min.]

  6. Introducing Internet Services [24 min.]


515 Privacy & the global information infrastructure [label: Computers,
freedom & privacy] [96 min.]

Recorded at the 6th Conference on Computers, Freedom & Privacy, March 1996 at MIT,


sponsored by MIT and World Wide Web Consortium; Panelists: Peter J. Hustling, Paul
Andre Comeau, Cristine Varney, Colin J. Bennett. 1996.

514 Real-time systems design lecture [60 min.] Study guide; final exam;

An IEEE/EAB self-study course, with diskette. 1995. IEEE Recommended

Practice

672 Robots rising [100 min.]

Explores the frontiers of robot technology from their idealistic development and application to their darker side, the potential for abuse and disturbing implications of autonomous, semi-autonomous and remote-operated machines. 1998.



DVD 52 Spam [30 min.]
"Explains how shady advertisers send spam and then presents proactive strategies for combating it: spam filters, blacklists and white lists, opt-in and opt-out protocols, anti-spam legislation with real teeth, and greater cooperation between legitimate businesses, Internet and online service providers, and consumers."--container. Films Media Group, 2005.

DVD 53 Time Frenzy [Keeping up with tomorrow] [59 min.]
One of the ironies of today's technologies is that they were supposed to save time and improve the quality of life. What went wrong? Examines the social and ethical consequences of the increasingly fast pace of life in the U.S. Contrasts the American 24/7 work ethic with the business traditions of other countries. Examiens the impact of technology on personal relationships, education, health, and the environment. Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2000/2005 DVD.


  • Triumph of the nerds: An irreverent history of the PC industry: 1996. [51 min. each]

509 Impressing their friends [v1] and on DVD 040

Covers pioneering years of PC revolution during mid-1970's in Silicon Valley. Includes Altair 8800,


Homebrew Computer Club, West Coast Computer Faire and hippie culture, nerds and hobbyists.
Steve Wozniak eventually spawns Apple II, while Steve Jobs, …

510 Riding the bear [v2] and on DVD 040

Explains how PC industry came of age in 1980s. Includes interviews with Bill Gates of Microsoft,


IBM's decision to "buy, not build" PC technology, introduction of IBM's PC into the U.S. Market
followed rapidly by clones, shaky co-operation …Windows.

511 Great artists steal [v3] and on DVD 040

Examines changes in PC industry during 1990s and their impact on future. Includes introduction of


Windows 95, satellite links and Xerox PARC, user friendly technology adopted by Steve Jobs for
Macintosh. … Graphical User Interface (GUI) … Internet.


  • Nerds 2.0.1: A brief history of the Internet. 1998. [60 min. each] Sequel to the 1996 hit Triumph of the Nerds, Bob Cringely, a self-proclaimed nerd and industry gossip columnist, leads viewers through the ins and outs of one of the most exciting and volatile industries on the planet – the Internet.

848 Networking the Nerds [v1]

In this episode, we learn how the seeds of the Internet were planted by Uncle Sam and how we owe it all to Sputnik. In reaction to Russia’s leap ahead in technology, President Eisenhower and the Pentagon developed a new agency called ARPA. Developed by a small Massachusetts company BB&N, ARPAnet was created to connect computer researchers at universities across the nation. In nine months flat, the technology was invented, built and installed on time and on budget – and this was a government project?



849 Serving the Suits [v2]

This second episode examines the advent of the PC and the need to connect them all to a network. But first someone had to figure out how to do it. That guy was Bob Metcalfe, founder of 3Com. As the market for networking evolved the battle began in earnest; 3Com, Sun, Novell, Cisco and Microsoft entered the market creating a civil war and billion-dollar partnerships.



850 Wiring the World [v3]

In this final episode we visit Excite, a typical Silicon Valley entrepreneurial adventure. Then we unlock the making of the World Wide Web, created by Tim Berners-Lee in Geneva, who made "http://www" the star it is today. While the World Wide Web was making the Internet available to more people, it still wasn't a friendly experience. Netscape and Microsoft changed all that so the Internet has become a 24-hour a day medium where people can do business, chat and go shopping.



484 Distance learning primer [20 min.]
Highlights the U.S. Department of Education's Star Schools programs to present an introduction to distance learning, including information about the technologies, applications, programs, and resources available. 1994.

508 Effective teamwork [shelved in wall cabinet] Kit with audiocassette

Work groups; decision-making. [AMI How-to series] 1995. & book



600 Hands-on world wide web: Spinning your own site [2 videocassettes] Slides from presentation

Workshop presenting development of web sites in two parts (part 1: Tools and uses;




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