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CLOTHING CARE: Laundry Basics 
Suitable for students aged 14-plus, this (2007) DVD introduces the basics of cleaning clothes, with step-by-step guidelines on sorting, washing and drying clothes. It deals with the following topics:
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CONTROL SYSTEMS IN DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY 
Many of us assume that control systems only exist as part of computing and design. But in fact control systems have existed ever since people started to develop and use tools. Today, as technology becomes progressively more complex and an intrinsic part of our modern work and life, we are increasingly reliant on computer controlled technology to extend human capabilities.
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CUTTING IT IN COSTUME 
Costume forms a crucial part of any stage production. This UK produced (2010) DVD programme for KS 4/5 explores the options available to students during the design process.
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DESIGN FOR DIFFERENT NEEDS 
This (2008) DVD shows how individual differences in people have necessitated variations and differences in products, and looks at how these factors can be incorporated into product design and manufacture. It uses the case studies of stadium seating and wheelchair design to examine:
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DESIGN FOR SUSTAINABILITY 
This (2008) DVD challenges students to think about the concept of sustainable design and demonstrates how products and services can be designed to comply with the principles of economic, social and ecological sustainability. The programme deals in turn with:
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DESIGNING, MANUFACTURING AND EVALUATING A PRODUCT 
This (2007) DVD takes viewers through the design, manufacture and evaluation processes as they are applied to commercial product development. It deals in turn with:
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ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIAL & ECONOMIC ISSUES IN TEXTILES 
The third film in the UK-produced Talking Textiles series considers the effect to the planet and its people of manufacturing cotton and using it to create the textiles so basic to satisfying human needs.
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EVALUATING A PRODUCT 
This (2008) DVD looks at what makes a product successful, examining aesthetics, functionality, durability and environmental impact. It deals in turn with:
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FASHIONABLE BUSINESS: Young Designers, New Labels 
Suitable for students aged 14-plus, this (2008) DVD looks at the skills needed to become a successful fashion designer, including fashion design and manufacture, marketing and business technique. It uses a case study of three emerging Australian fashion designers to look at:
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HOW CLOTHING IS MADE 
Suitable for students aged 13-plus, this (2004)DVD shows each stage of the process in making a garment from its start as raw fabric to its delivery to retail outlets. The programme:
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