Experience Memorial in multimedia! These video clips are produced by the Memorial's Centre for Academic and Media Services, part of the School of Continuing Education. The high-quality MPEG files should play on most computers. The lower-quality Real Med
ia files require the Real Media plug-in, available from Real Networks.
President Axel Meisen
MPEG [22.5 MB]
A welcoming message from the President
Real Media DSL [3.7 MB]
Beaumont Hamel: A Battle Remembered
MPEG [92.4 MB]
Of the many terrible battles of the first world war, none rocked the
then-country of Newfoundland like the one near Beaumont Hamel, France. For
Newfoundland Beaumont Hamel, and succeeding battles, meant the loss of much
of a generation of young men. Hardly a family in the country was
unaffected; many lost two, three, or even more sons. We are called Memorial
University in honour of those who died in the two world wars, so when an
official ceremony marked the 85th anniversary of
Beaumont Hamel, Memorial's CAMS crew attended to record and preserve the
Real Media DSL [15.4 MB]
A Visit to Beaumont Hamel Memorial Park Part 1
A Visit to Beaumont Hamel Memorial Park Part 2
Faculty of Arts Promo
MPEG [5.1 MB]
Rhodes Scholar Niall O'Dea describes the range of choices open to
Memorial students, and how those choices allowed him to pursue degrees in
two very different subjects.
Real Media DSL [881 KB]
MPEG [5.4 MB]
For students, our Faculty of Engineering offers interesting
projects, co-op workterms, and great future choices. Our faculty members
work on research relevant to the province's industry and prospects.
Real Media DSL [927 KB]
Environmental Studies Promo
MPEG [6.5 MB]
A student from Alberta describes the advantages of
a Sir Wilfred Grenfell College BA. Canoeing for credit? Grenfell's
Environmental Studies offers that and much more!
Real Media DSL [1.1 MB]
||Out of the Dark: Youth and Depression
Produced by MUN's School of
Continuing Education for the Canadian Mental Health Association,
Newfoundland and Labrador Division, with
funding provided by the Rotary clubs of St.
John's Northwest and St. John's East.
MPEG [29.3 MB]
Real Media DSL [4.9 MB]
Newfoundland and Labrador is an exciting place for archaeological research.
This video, produced by the School of Continuing Education for Memorial's
Archaeology Unit, provides an overview of archaeological activity,
especially as it pertains to the province's rural areas.
MPEG [18.1 MB]
Real Media DSL [3.0 MB]
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