"The Sky's the Limit," a videotape produced by Utah State University's Research Video Services, recently placed first in the 25th annual media competition sponsored by the National Council on Family Relations.
The annual competition recognizes top-quality educational materials in the field of family relations and human development, according to Marilyn Hammond, instructional design specialist with the Utah Assistive Technology Program at USU.The nine-minute video was written and produced by Hammond and co-directed with Tom Risk and Kevin Reeve. It features adults and children with disabilities involved in a wide range of recreational activities - from skiing to hang gliding. The program also won top honors in the 1992 International Health and Medical Film Festival.
National recognition was accorded another video program produced and directed by Hammond. The video, which features the Utah Assistive Technology Foundation, was selected from among 8,000 entries to receive a prestigious 1993 Telly Award for overall excellence.
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