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Humber orientation video "This Must Be the Place" [video recording]

Item is a video depicting an orientation session for students. The characters "Count Floyd" and "Trendy Loafer" tour the Registrar's Office, Learning Resource Centre, Health Centre, Counselling Centre, Peer Tutoring Office, Placement Centre, and discuss student government and awards. Other services described include the Athletics and Recreation centre, and off-campus housing . Features Dr. Robert Gordon, and students Monica Kunz and Brad Flores as Trendy Loafer and Count Floyd. Photography by David Lui and Domenic Panacci, and sound by Jim Brady, all of the Humber Graphic Centre. Editing by David Lui, Domenic Panacci, and Tom Christopher. Video recording by Jerry Millan of the Humber College Film and TV Production Faculty. Written and directed by Tom Christopher of Humber College's Counselling Services department.

"The Sky's the Limit" Humber Tag [video recording]

Item is a video which discusses emerging technology and potential "career hotspots" in the fields of biotechnology, transportation and information. Features Gethin James discussing employment opportunities for students. Produced by Whitewater Media Communications Inc. for Metro Colleges Deans of Technology.

Humber College "Micro Business Applications and Office Systems Operations Hi-Tech #4" [video recording]

Item is a video depicting an overview of Humber College's Micro Business Applications and Office Systems Operations programs. It includes a description of potential career paths for students of either program, in planning, consultation, systems operations, or as administrative assistants. In also describes the state of art equipment students can train on. The video features Humber College faculty, graduates, and students, including Hilery Allan, Mike Kvenich, Gary Voysey and Bill Painter.

Articulation rap : [video recording]

Item is a video, produced by The Etobicoke Board of Education and Humber College, promoting articulation courses (transfer courses) to Etobicoke high school students. The video features a rap about Humber and education by Canadian hip-hop duo The Dream Warriors.

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