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Dartmouth College Films

 

Dartmouth College Films was formed ca. 1937 to oversee the circulation of films for instructional purposes in Dartmouth classrooms, and to create and distribute films about the College for admissions and alumni relations use. The Office of Instructional Services and Educational Research (OISER) was established in the fall of 1974 and took on the administration of all instructional media services, including Dartmouth College Films.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Dartmouth College Films records

DA-223
 Collection
Identifier: DA-223
Overview Dartmouth College Films was formed to oversee the circulation of films for instructional purposes in Dartmouth classrooms, and to create and distribute films about the College for admissions and alumni relations use. The collection includes films, primarily in 16 mm format, by and about Dartmouth College, and its students and alumni, as well as filmstrips and photographic prints.

Preservation copies: Colorlab negatives and tracks, 2014-09

DA-223: Dartmouth College Films records
 Box: 12846
Scope and Contents Films produced, distributed, or managed by Dartmouth College Films. Includes films of Dartmouth events; films directed, scripted, produced, or featuring Dartmouth students and alumni; and some commercial films or media broadcasts with Dartmouth locations or coverage of Dartmouth events. Primary format is 16mm. Some films in the collection date from after the dissolution of Dartmouth College Films as a department, when oversight passed to the Office of Instruction and Educational Research. Some...