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  • Internet Research: What's Credible?

    On the Internet, it’s incredibly easy to research a topic with a few simple keystrokes. But it’s also incredibly easy to end up with unreliable and non-credible information that makes research efforts fruitless. With an overwhelming abundance of options after doing an Internet search, how can one tell which results are reliable? Viewers learn strategies for narrowing down results and honing in on credible sources of information online. A special section on one of today’s most popular research sites, Wikipedia, investigates whether it’s trustworthy or not for academic or professional use.

    Production Year: 2015
    Running Time: 29 minutes Date: March 24th, 2017 at 01:40 PM

  • Digital Communication Skills: Do's and Don'ts

    Digital technology has transformed communication. But in formal situations like work or school, which forms of communications are appropriate, and when? Viewers may be surprised to discover that communicating isn’t just about sharing information, but it’s also about creating it. Experts provide important points on what one should do when it comes to emailing, texting, video-conferencing, and using the phone for business calls or voice mail.

    Production Year: 2015
    Running Time: 28 minutes Date: March 24th, 2017 at 01:40 PM

  • The Secret Life of Books: Frankenstein

    Seeking to better understand Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein," author and anatomist Professor Alice Roberts returns to the original manuscript and traces the story of Shelley's life. She finds someone concerned with the very act of creation itself, discovers clues of another writer's influence, and examines the influence of Shelley's parents. Professor Roberts shows that the ideas informing "Frankenstein" make the novel much more than a simple horror story. Shelley's account does deal in death, but ultimately it provokes questions about how to live. Part of "The Secret Life of Books" series.

    Production Year: 2014
    Running Time: 30 minutes Date: March 24th, 2017 at 01:40 PM

  • The Secret Life of Books: Mrs. Dalloway

    Award-winning writer Alexandra Harris shows how Virginia Woolf's classic "Mrs. Dalloway" completely re-imagined what a novel might be and pioneers a flowing stream of consciousness style. Using original manuscripts, diaries, and notebooks, Harris argues that the novel also allowed Woolf to creatively channel her own mental illness into the character of Septimus Smith, and in so doing, helped keep herself sane. Part of "The Secret Life of Books" series.

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    Running Time: 30 minutes Date: March 24th, 2017 at 01:40 PM

  • The Secret Life of Books: Great Expectations

    Television scriptwriter Tony Jordan examines Charles Dickens's novel "Great Expectations." He visits the Kent marshes of Dickens's childhood and the museum that houses Dickens's original manuscript. During his travels, he discusses the edited ending of "Great Expectations" with Dr. Holly Furneaux. At Gad's Hill Place where Dickens lived in 1856, they discuss the hidden affair that may have influenced the tragic tone and edited ending of his famous novel. Part of "The Secret Life of Books" series.

    Production Year: 2014
    Running Time: 30 minutes Date: March 24th, 2017 at 01:40 PM

  • Wilderness Vet: Bundles of Joy

    When it comes to animals, Dr. Oakley will do anything to protect their offspring. She receives calls to help care for a soon-to-be caribou mother and a litter of lynx kittens. Her mission is to make sure the next generation of wildlife grows up safe and healthy. Part of the "Wilderness Vet" series.

    Production Year: 2016
    Running Time: 20 minutes Date: March 21st, 2017 at 10:18 AM

  • Heart of a Champion: Vision Quest

    In this episode, Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker reveals he is also a talented opera singer, and David Brown discusses his path to becoming a successful sprinter who is blind. Host Lauren Thompson also highlights the fascinating world of dog sledding and interviews 19-year-old golfing pro Lydia Ko. Part of the "Heart of a Champion" series.

    Production Year: 2016
    Running Time: 20 minutes Date: March 21st, 2017 at 09:09 AM

  • Rescue Me With Dr. Lisa: Meet Cheyne and Danielle

    Newlyweds Cheyne and Danielle love their little farmyard family, which includes a sheep and four chickens. However, they are ready to bring a dog into the mix and have called in Dr. Lisa to help roundup some options. But will she be able to find a dog that can fit in with all of the other animals? Part of the "Rescue Me With Dr. Lisa" series.

    Production Year: 2016
    Running Time: 20 minutes Date: March 21st, 2017 at 09:09 AM

  • Rescue Me With Dr. Lisa: Meet Kylie

    Kylie loves living in her city apartment and is ready to find a furry roommate to share it with. Will Dr. Lisa be able to find a dog that fits in Kylie's small living space, and will Kylie be able to care for a dog with her demanding job? Part of the "Rescue Me With Dr. Lisa" series.

    Production Year: 2016
    Running Time: 20 minutes Date: March 21st, 2017 at 09:09 AM

  • The Voyager With Josh Garcia: Under the Sea

    Host Josh Garcia travels to Playa del Carmen, Mexico. During his visit, Josh explores the Mesoamerican Reef, learns the secrets of ceviche, and goes hunting for jungle bee honey. Part of "The Voyager With Josh Garcia" series.

    Production Year: 2016
    Running Time: 20 minutes Date: March 21st, 2017 at 09:09 AM