KGA Resource Center

Videos (VHS and DVD)

Afghanistan Revealed: The Untold Story of a Land and Its People, 2001
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
videocassette (VHS), 45 min.
Asia
"...a harrowing journey into the heart of resistance and into the lives of the people as they continue their struggle against the Taliban."

Africa, 1989
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
videocassette (VHS), 20:00
World geography
Includes teacher's guide

The American Promise (Acts 1-5), NCSS,
videocassette (VHS), 2 hours, 25 minutes
United States
Level: Suggested course use: Government, US History, Social Studies, Civics- also Economics, Law, Geography and Service Learning
"The American Promise is divided into nine segments which are the nine challenges that face any democracy-historically and today. Told in 50 sequences (featuring 200 diverse and surprising heroes), The American Promise shows that citizenship is alive and well at the grass roots, that the battles our founders faced occur again and again, and that anyone can play. Democracy is always unfinished and subject to improvement by each new generation. Democracy is a promise for each of us to keep."

The American Promise (Acts 6-9), NCSS, videocassette (VHS), 1 hour, 13 minutes
United States
Suggested course use: Government, US History, Social Studies, Civics- also Economics, Law, Geography and Service Learning
"The American Promise is divided into nine segments which are the nine challenges that face any democracy- historically and today. Told in 50 sequences (featuring some 200 diverse and surprising heroes) The American Promise shows that citizenship is alive and well at the grass roots, that the battles our founders faced occur again and again, and that anyone can play. Democracy is always unfinished and subject to improvement by each new generation. Democracy is a promise for each of us to keep."

Antarctica, 1991
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
videocassette (VHS) + teacher's guide, 25 min.
Oceania and Arctic
Level: intermediate through junior high
Visits the world's driest, coldest, windiest, and iciest continent, and introduces many of the marine animals that live there during the summer.

ArcView, 1992
Environmental Systems Research Institute, Redlands, CA
videocassette (VHS), 8 minutes
Map and Globe Reading Skills

Asia, 1991
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
videocassette (VHS) + teacher's guide, 25 min.
Asia
Level: intermediate through junior high
"Explores the world's largest and most populated continent, from its frozen Arctic lands to equatorial rain forests, including remote, sparsely populated areas and regions where populations thrive."

Australia, 1991
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
videocassette (VHS) with teacher's guide, 25 min.
Oceania and Arctic
Level: intermediate through junior high
"Travels 'down under' to reveal the varied landforms and habitats of the island continent, including its bleak deserts, snow-capped mountains, lush tropical rain forests, and bustling urban centers as well as its unique plants and animals."

Baking Illinois, 1990
Society for the Illinois Scientific Surveys, videocassette (VHS), United States

The BOC Oceanwatch Adventure Song, B. a. T. Macintosh, Julie, 1994
Student Ocean Challenge, Jamestown, RI
audiocassette tape, 4:28
The BOC Oceanwatch Adventure Song has been created for students and teachers participating in the Student Ocean Challenge BOC Oceanwatch program. It is hoped that long after the finish of the BOC Challenge 1994-95-a 27,000-mile singlehanded race around the world-this modern day sea chantey will remain a symbol of freedom, adventure, and learning to all how hear it. At the very least, the sentiments and imagery will cast a spell under which all can thrill to the wonders of our world.

Boomerang Box Junior, videocassette (VHS), World Geography
" ...this award-winning educational program has been helping students learn about geography, international trade, and current events."
www.apl.com/boomerangbox

Buddhism, 1999
Schlessinger Media, Wynnewood, PA
videocassette (VHS), 50 minutes
Religion
Level: Grades 9 & up
"Discover the history behind the philosophy that has led millions of followers on a quest for spiritual enlightenment. Through the epic story of Siddhartha Gotama, learn why Buddhists believe the key to 'Nirvana" lies within themselves, accessible through thoughtful meditation and prayer."

Cambridge Educational: Images of India: The Land and People, Cambridge Research Group, Charleston, WV
videocassette (VHS), Asia
www.cambridgeeducational.com

The Central Lowlands, 1989
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
videocassette (VHS) + teacher's guide, 20 min.
North America
Level: intermediate through junior high grades
Shows fertile heartland of central Canada and United States, follows the course of the Mississippi-Missouri river system, examines relationship of geography and weather in the region, and notes typical flora and fauna.

Cimarron Basin, 1995
KTWU/Channel 11, videocassette (VHS), 28:49
Natural Resources and Environment
Heart of the Dustbowl, Energy for Irrigation, Ogallala Task Force

Click and Learn Video Demo, Click and Learn, Demos for Click & Learn software products (The States, The World, History, Science), general geography
www.clickandlearn.com

Confucianism & Taoism, 1999
Schlessinger Media, Wynnewood, PA
videocassette (VHS), 50 minutes
Religion
Level: Grades 9 & up
"While the major religions of the Western world affirm a belief in a single God, these two Chinese spiritual movements focus inward on human behavior and thought. Discover the life of the man known as Confucius, and examine how his philosophy and social doctrine have impacted Chinese culture. Learn about Lao-Tzu, the founder of Taoism, and enter the world once shrouded in secrecy as the philosophy and rituals of Taoism are explained."

Connected: Careers for the Future: A Guide to International Careers for Young People of Color, 1997
The International Center for Global Communications Foundation, Inc., New York, NY
videocassette (VHS), 30:00
nited States
Includes activities.
Connected brings you into workplaces and introduces you to some remarkable people who have been able to carve out their own futures, and in many cases to create their own careers. You will learn about their high school and college education, internships, foreign language training, the work they are doing now and the mentors who helped them on their way.

Connections, T. Gipstein, 1989
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
videocassette (VHS), Level:

Destination: Marshall Islands, 1990
World Wise Schools, Washington, D.C.
videocassette (VHS), 20:00
World Geography
Includes activity ideas.
"Destination: Marshall Islands" introduces students to the culture and geography of this newly independent North Pacific country. Beginning with the formation of the islands as coral atolls, the video emphasizes the influences geography has had on the lifestyles of the islanders through the years. Also emphasized are the efforts being made to preserve local traditions in the face of rapid economic and social change.

Discovering Maps, 1987
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
audiocassette, 06:00
Teaching Geography--Geography & Literature Skills
Level: Primary Level (K-2)
Includes 30 illustrated booklets & audiocassette, 6 activity sheets, 2 printed copies of each sheet, and teacher's guide.
Teaches specific concepts; helps improve reading skills, increase reading and listening comprehension, and build vocabulary. Discovering maps introduces basic map concepts such as direction, symbols, and map keys. Children acquire the skills to examine and appreciate their environment from a new perspective.

The East, 1989
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
videocassette (VHS) + teacher's guide, 20 min.
United States
Level: intermediate through junior high grades
Explores the Atlantic coastal plain, piedmont, and Appalachian highlands, and reveals diversity of plant and animal life the Chesapeake Bay and Florida Everglades.

Europe, 1991
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
videocassette (VHS) + teacher's guide, 25 min.
Europe
Level: intermediate through junior high
Explores the physical geography of Europe, including its mountains and major rivers, and examines the effects of geological and human activity on its landscapes.

Explore Your World: GIS K-12 Education, K. Rossi, 1995
Environmental Systems Research Institute, Redlands, CA
videocassette (VHS), 17:00
Map and Global Reading Skills
Level: K-12
An exploration in the K-12 Program with interviews from Saint Monica's School, Cook Elementary, and Cass Technical High School.

Faith & Belief: Five Major World Religions, J. Burack, 1992
Knowledge Unlimited, videocassette (VHS), 21:00
Religion
Includes teacher's guide
Designed to teach what is unique and common to the five main world religions.

Family Geography Challenge, 1994
Michigan Geographic Alliance, Mt. Pleasant, MI
videocassette (VHS), 12:08
geography education-family

The Five Themes of Geography, B. Kirk-Kent, 1995
TMW Media Group, Marina Del Rey, CA
videocassette (VHS) + teacher's guide, 15:25
Geography Education
Level: All ages classroom usage or student tutorial
"...intended to reinforce those subject areas within geography that students have difficulty grasping...Combining the latest technology with stunning visual images supplied from around the world, The Geography Tutor takes difficult material and provides the student with an easy-to-understand visual presentation of the world around us."

Fresh Water: Resource at Risk, 1993
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
Videocassette (VHS), 28:00
Natural Resources and Environment
Video and teacher's guide which includes synopsis, objectives, vocabulary, and activities.
Looks at some of the threats to North America's water supply and at the actions people are taking to protect the quality and quantity of their freshwater resources.

Geography Education: Exploring New Worlds of Learning, 1998
National Association of Secondary Schools Principals and Instructivision, Reston, VA and Livingston, NJ
videocassette (VHS), 30:00 min.
Geography Education
Level: teacher
"The Inservice Video Network is an expanding library of relevant video progams [sic] designed to increase teachers' knowledge about new research, discoveries, and methods for improving the quality of education. Presenters are recognized leaders in their fields. The presentations are filled with colorful illustrations, graphics, live classroom demonstrations, and practical suggestions."

Geography Education: Where We Are, National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
13:13
General Geography

Geography Matters To Us All, NTSC, videocassette (VHS), 5:00 min
General Geography

The Geography Tutor: Map & Globe Terms, Vol. 1, B. a. H. Kirk, Purves Jr., 1991
TMW Sales Company, Inc., Marina Del Rey, CA
videocassette (VHS), 15:00
Map and Globe Reading Skills
Answers questions that students ask concerning "Map and Globe Terms." Examples are: What are Maps and Globes? What is Longitude? Why are lines of Latitude called Parallels? What are Meridians? What is a Grid? What is a Pole? What are Great Circle Routes? Why are there different types of Map Projections? Why is the globe the best representation of the Earth? What is a Legend? What does a map symbol stand for?

Geography: A Voyage of Discovery, 1987
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
Videocassette (VHS), 12 min. ?
General Geography

Geography: A World of Knowledge, National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
Videocassette (VHS), 11:11
Geography Education

GTV Journals Forestville High School, National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
Videocassette (VHS)

Hinduism, 1999
Schlessinger Media, Wynnewood, PA
videocassette (VHS), 50 minutes
Religion
Level: Grades 9 & up
"Learn how and why Hinduism has survived as one of the oldest and largest world religions with nearly a billion followers located mostly in India."

Informing America: The Census Bureau at Work, US Census Bureau, videocassette (VHS), 16:08
United States
Closed Captioned
How is the economy doing? What kind of health care coverage do Americans have? Is unemployment up or down? How much does the United States import and export every month? Where is crime the worst? Who's taking care of our children:? The Census Bureau provides the facts and figures Americans need to stay informed about the economy, education, family life, housing, and more--the vital issues that concern us all.

Inside the White House, 1996
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
Videocassette (VHS), 87:00
United States
"You are about to step inside the imposing gates of the White House for a revealing visit to the most famous, yet mysterious, building in America. National Geographic cameras gain unprecedented access of the White House, uncovering its hidden inner workings and unearthing some surprising secrets.
Discover the human side of this legendary house in candid interviews with every living President and First Lady, and peek inside the families' rarely-seen private living quarters. Follow along as a small army of employees whirls behind the scenes in a frenzy of activity surrounding a major state dinner. A virtuoso pastry chef makes mouthwatering masterpieces, butlers prepare the stunning settings, workers polish every bit of brass, and the all-seeing chief usher watches over every detail. From the mundane to the magnificent, National Geographic explores the untold stories of INSIDE THE WHITE HOUSE."

Irrigation, KAW Valley Films & Video, Shawnee, KS
videocassette (VHS), 32:00
Natural Resources and Environment
Level: 4th Grade through Adult
Video with vocabulary words and discussion questions. Subject areas: elementary science, earth science, water management, and technology.

Islam, 1999
Schlessinger Media, Wynnewood, PA
videocassette (VHS), 50 minutes
Religion
Level: Grades 9 & up
"Discover the Islamic culture through the daily life and rituals of Muslims around the world. Viewers will learn about Islam's history..."

Judaism, 1999
Schlessinger Media, Wynnewood, PA
videocassette (VHS), 50 minutes
Religion
Level: Grades 9 & up
"Trace the history of Jewish culture, from Abraham's covenant with God to the Exile of the Jews from the Holy Land by Roman conquerors. Examine the sacred texts and various holidays while exploring the two centers of Jewish life - the synagogue and the home."

Kansas Water Office Presents: "The State's Water Planning Agency",
Kansas Water Office, videocassette (VHS),
Kansas / Natural Resources and Environment

Kansas: Don't Spoil It, 1998
Kansas Department of Health and Environment, Kansas / Global Change

Kansas-Lower Republican, 1995
KTWU/Channel 11, videocassette (VHS), 29:10
Natural Resources and Environment
Pawnee Village, Agriculture, Stream Sampling

Latin American Lifestyles: The Sights and Sounds of South America, Video Knowledge, Inc.
videocassette (VHS), South America

Latitude & Longitude: A Global Address, Cambridge Educational, Charleston, WV
videocassette (VHS), map and globe skills
www.cambridgeeducational.com

Lewis & Clark: Great Journey West, 2002
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
1 VHS, 1 DVD, 45min.
United States Geography
Relive an amazing tale of discovery and exploration in "Lewis & Clark: Great Journey West," as National Geographic brings to life the first crossing of what would become the Untied States. With careful research and meticulous re-creations, this scientific expedition lives again on your television screen. Two hundred years after their epic journey, go back in time with Lewis, Clark, their guide Sacagawea, and the brave Corps of Discovery as they discover the adventure, danger, and beauty of the unmapped west.
www.nationalgeographic.com

The Living Earth, 1991
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
Videocassette (VHS) + teacher's guide, 25 min.
Natural Resources/Environment
Level: senior high through adult
Explores the interdependence of air, water, land, and life and examines the profound impact of humans on the global system.

A Look-See, 1990
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
Videocassette (VHS), United States

Lower Arkansas River Basin, 1995
KTWU/Channel 11, videocassette (VHS), 28:13
Natural Resources and Environment
Oxford Mill, Cheyenne Bottoms, Water for Wichita

Mapping the World by Heart, D. J. Smith, 1992
Tom Snyder Productions, videocassette (VHS), Map and Global Reading Skills

Mapping Your World, 1990
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
Videocassette (VHS) + teacher's guide, 17 min.
Map- and Globe-Reading Skills
Level: intermediate grades.
Shows different kinds of maps and the means by which they convey information, including names, colors, lines, numbers, and direction; also discusses some of the many ways in which people use maps.

Marais des Cygnes River Basin, 1995
KTWU/Channel 11, videocassette (VHS), 29:12
Natural Resources and Environment
Dingus Natural Area, Well Water, The State of the Water

Missouri River Basin, 1995
KTWU/Channel 11, videocassette (VHS), 29:19
Natural Resources and Environment
Steamboat towns, Elwood after the flood, Engineering the River

National Geographic Kids Network: Introduction, 1989
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
Videocassette (VHS), 09:37
World Geography

Neosho River Basin, 1995
KTWU/Channel 11, videocassette (VHS), 28:41
Natural Resources and Environment
Diamond Springs, Streambank Stabilization, Wolf Creek

The North Central U.S., EVN, Huntsville, TX
videocassette (VHS), 32:00
United States

The Northeastern US, EVN, Huntsville, TX
videocassette (VHS), 26:00
United States

The Northlands, 1989
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
Videocassette (VHS) + teacher's guide, 20 min.
North America
Level: intermediate though junior high
Explores northern regions of North America including permanent ice caps of high Arctic, frozen tundra, and deep forests of the taiga, and examines interrelationship of climate, plant life, and animal life in this harsh environment.

The Pacific Edge, 1989
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
Videocassette + teacher's guide, 20 min.
North America
Level: intermediate through junior high grades
Explores the geologically active region from Baja Peninsula to Alaska, including volcanoes and fault lines, and discusses reason for climatic differences in the area; also notes indigenous plant and animal life.

Physical Geography of the Continents: Europe, 1991
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
Videocassette (VHS), 26:00
Europe
Includes teacher's guide.
This film examines the variety and complexity of the natural landscapes of the European continent. Europe displays a surprising wealth of wildlife and natural beauty despite its small size, high population density, and intense industrialization. Students will observe Europe's long, irregular coastline, from Norway's fjords to the Black Sea. They will travel to some of Europe's many peninsulas and islands and appreciate the continent's close links with the sea. They will learn about the effects of the sea on climate and natural vegetation. Maps help to illustrate the three mountainous regions of Europe and its central belt, the Great European Plain. Students climb the peaks of the Alps with chamois and wander across the marshlands of southern Spain with fallow deer. They sail the Norwegian fjords and the largest lake in central Europe. They explore volcanoes in Iceland and Sicily and view the Austrian landscape from a hot-air balloon. They observe the relationship between climate and vegetation from the high Spanish Meseta and and the wetlands of the Danube delta to the fertile fields of France. As they do they will learn a great deal about surprising Europe.

Pollution: World at Risk, 1989
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
Videocassette (VHS) + teacher's guide, 25 min.
Natural Resources/Environment
Level: senior high through adult
Examines causes and effects of pollution, including acid rain, depletion of the ozone layer, illegal dumping of toxic wastes, and explores ways the some pollution problems can be solved.

Reeve Cattle Company, 1994
Reeve Entities, videocassette (VHS), 16:18
Natural Resources and Environment

The Rocky Mountains, 1989
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
Videocassette (VHS) + teacher's guide, 20 min.
United States
Level: intermediate through junior high
Shows Rocky Mountains, including Canadian Rockies and Yellowstone, and reveals how the mountains are shaped by wind, water, fire, and ice; examines plant and animal life at different elevations.

Search for Battleship Bismarck, 1989
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
Videocassette (VHS), 60:00
Europe
"Sink the Bismarck! was the cry as British forces searched the Atlantic for the German navy's most powerful vessel. The pursuit ended on May 27, 1941, in a battle that plunged the Bismarck into waters nearly three miles deep, taking with it more than 2,000 lives. Almost half a century later, explorer and scientist Dr. Robert D. Ballard, who discovered the sunken S.S. Titanic, searched the Atlantic for the infamous Bismarck. On June 8, 1989 he located the sunken ship, 600 miles off the coast of France. National Geographic looks back at the first-and last-mission of the Bismarck and talked with survivors of the notorious World War II battle. Then, in its climactic chapter, SEARCH FOR THE BATTLESHIP BISMARCK reveals exclusive footage of this remarkable undersea exploration.

Shinto, 1999
Schlessinger Media, Wynnewood, PA
videocassette (VHS), 50 minutes
Religion
Level: Grades 9 & up
"Explore the rituals and ceremonies of Japan's Shinto, and discover its richly complex and subtle traditions. Students will examine the history and culture of Shinto through interviews and archival and on-location footage."

Smoky Hill - Saline, 1995
KTWU/Channel 11, videocassette (VHS), 28:55
Natural Resources and Environment
Dust in the Ditches, Heartland Mill, Circle K Ranch

Solomon River Basin, 1995
KTWU/Channel 11, videocassette (VHS), 29:43
Natural Resources and Environment
Waconda Springs, Cottonwood Ranch, Critters in the Creek

South America, 1991
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
Videocassette (VHS), 25:00
South America
Level: Intermediate - Junior High
Includes teacher's guide.
Highlights the Andes, the world's longest mountain range, the Atacama, the driest desert, as well as the Amazon River and its surrounding rain forest.

The Southern US, EVN, Huntsville, TX
videocassette (VHS), 26:00
United States
Study materials available on-line.
www.edvidnet.com

Spreading the Word About Geography: A Guide for TCs in Geography Education, J. B. Binko, 1989
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
Videocassette (VHS), with TC Guide and 1 pg. Viewing Guide, 8:50
Geography Education
Level: teacher
use with book of the same name

Tales Along the Arkansas, videocassette (VHS), United States

Teachers: Inspiring for a Lifetime, 1996
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
Videocassette (VHS)

Terrorism: A War Without Borders, 2002
Bureau of Public Affairs, Washington, D.C.
Videocassette (VHS), Miscellaneous
Video including a curriculum material book.

Upper Arkansas Basin, 1995
KTWU/Channel 11, videocassette (VHS), 28:51
Natural Resources and Environment
Beef Empire, Reeve Cattle Company, Water Witching

Upper Republican, 1995
KTWU/Channel 11, videocassette (VHS), 27:34
Natural Resources and Environment
Arikaree Breaks, Conservation Reserve Program, Groundwater Management

Verdigris River Basin, 1995
KTWU/Channel 11, videocassette (VHS), 28:27
Natural Resources and Environment
Civilian Conservation Corps, Wile & Scenic Rivers, Canoeing in Kansas

Video Visits: China, IVN Entertainment, Concord, CA
videocassette (VHS), 60:00
Asia
Travel across 2000 miles and 4000 years of legend to discover the treasure of China. See the monumental Great Wall, stretching from the Gobi Desert to the East China Sea. In bustling Beijing, enjoy the exquisite opera company, and enter The Forbidden City, the playground of ancient emperors. Spanning China's vast countryside, your journey will take you from Sichuan's teahouses to the canals of Suzhou--the "Venice of the East." You'll learn the secrets of Chinese medicine, and uncover the amazing army of terra cotta warriors that guards Xian's Imperial Tomb. Finally, in Shanghai, the largest seaport of the Far East, take a stroll along the Bund and watch the cargo ships go by.

Visions of the Wild, Forest Service - Pacific Southwest Region, videocassette (VHS), 23:15
Natural Resources and Environment

Walnut River Basin, 1995
KTWU/Channel 11, videocassette (VHS), 28:48
Natural Resources and Environment
Windmill Repair Men, Hazardous Waste, Water Treatment

Water in Kansas, 1995
KTWU/Channel 11, videocassette (VHS), 29:10
Natural Resources and Environment
Perceptions of Water, Water Law, Kansas Water Plan

Weather Modification, 1996
Lakin, KS
videocassette (VHS), Global change

The Western Dry Lands, 1989
National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.
Videocassette (VHS) + teacher's guide, 20 min.
United States
Level: intermediate through junior high grades.
Explores plateaus, gorges, and deserts of western United States and Mexico, and shows plants and animals that live there.

The Western US, EVN, Huntsville, TX
videocassette (VHS), 35:00
United States

World Population 2000 Edition, 2000
Zero Population Growth, Inc., Washington, D.C.
Videocassette (VHS), 7:19
Includes activity guide

World Regional Geography 1-2, 1996
The Annenberg/CPB Collection, Burlington, VT
videocassette (VHS), 30:00
world geography
Level: college
"Created by an international team of broadcasters and geographers, ... is an excellent introduction to geography, the discipline that links human societies and natural environments. Case studies filmed on location in thirty-eight countries give students a "feel" for each locale, while state-of-the-art computer-generated maps and animation help illuminate concepts."

World Regional Geography 3-4, 1996
The Annenberg/CPB Collection, Burlington, VT
videocassette (VHS), 30:00
world geography
"Created by an international team of broadcasters and geographers, ... is an excellent introduction to geography, the discipline that links human societies and natural environments. Case studies filmed on location in thirty-eight countries give students a "feel" for each locale, while state-of-the-art computer-generated maps and animation help illuminate concepts."

World Regional Geography 5-6, 1996
The Annenberg/CPB Collection, Burlington, VT
videocassette (VHS), 30:00
world geography
Level: college
"Created by an international team of broadcasters and geographers, ... is an excellent introduction to geography, the discipline that links human societies and natural environments. Case studies filmed on location in thirty-eight countries give students a "feel" for each locale, while state-of-the-art computer-generated maps and animation help illuminate concepts."

World Regional Geography 7-8, 1996
The Annenberg/CPB Collection, Burlington, VT
videocassette (VHS), 30:00
world geography

World Regional Geography 9-10, 1996
The Annenberg/CPB Collection, Burlington, VT
videocassette (VHS), 30:00
world geography
Level: college

World Regional Geography 11-12, 1996
The Annenberg/CPB Collection, Burlington, VT
videocassette (VHS), 30:00
world geography
Level: college

World Regional Geography 13-14, 1996
The Annenberg/CPB Collection, Burlington, VT
videocassette (VHS), 30:00
world geography
Level: college

World Regional Geography 15-16, 1996
The Annenberg/CPB Collection, Burlington, VT
videocassette (VHS), 30:00
world geography
Level: college

World Regional Geography 17-18, 1996
The Annenberg/CPB Collection, Burlington, VT
videocassette (VHS), 30:00
world geography
Level: college

World Regional Geography 19-20, 1996
The Annenberg/CPB Collection, Burlington, VT
videocassette (VHS), 30:00
world geography
Level: college

World Regional Geography 21-22, 1996
The Annenberg/CPB Collection, Burlington, VT
videocassette (VHS), 30:00
world geography
Level: college

World Regional Geography 23-24, 1996
The Annenberg/CPB Collection, Burlington, VT
videocassette (VHS), 30:00
Level: college

World Regional Geography 25-26, 1996
The Annenberg/CPB Collection, Burlington, VT
videocassette (VHS), 30:00
world geography
Level: college