Good night, gorilla [and more bedtime stories]

Format: Video Cassette 2002
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Summary
The use of technology for teaching continues to escalate on college and university campuses. However, the academy is still struggling with how best to plan and manage this activity. Managing Technology in Higher Education offers faculty and senior academic administrators a wealth of practical recommendations for integrating communications techno-logies within colleges and universities. The authors provide recommendations on leadership, strategic planning, organizational structures, the governance of technology, quality assurance methods, training of instructors and administrators, and the management of resources in the context of organizational culture, barriers to change, and roles for government. In particular, they focus on how technology can transform teaching and learning within an institution. Based on an examination of current practices in technology integration at over 30 universities and colleges, Managing Technology in Higher Education argues for a radically new approach to the management of technology in higher education institutions, focused on innovation in the design and delivery of teaching, increasing flexible access for learners, and improving cost-effectiveness. This is a valuable resource for anyone wanting to ensure that the large investments made in technology are integrated as effectively and efficiently as possible.
Contents
Good night, gorilla / written and illustrated by Peggy Rathman ; narrated by Anthony Edwards
How do dinosaurs say good night / by Jane Yolen ; illustrated by Mark Teague ; music composed by Jerry Dale McFadden
Happy birthday, moon / written and illustrated by Frank Asch ; music composed by Ernest V. Troost
Napping house / by Audrey Wood ; illustrated by Don Wood ; music composed by Ernest V. Troost.

Additional Information
Subjects Zoo animals -- Fiction -- Juvenile films.
Birthdays -- Juvenile films.
Bears -- Juvenile films.
Bedtime -- Juvenile films.
Dinosaurs -- Juvenile films.
Sleep -- Juvenile films.
Publisher Westport, CT :Weston Woods,2002
Other Titles Goodnight gorilla
Good night gorilla and more bedtime stories
Contributors Weston Woods Studios.
Audience Ages 2-8.
Language English
Notes Subtitle from container.
System Details VHS.
Description 1 videocassette (29 min.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in.
ISBN 0439456304
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