Television Ontario has developed a comprehensive study guide to use as a teachers' resource, generously provided by The Ontario Institute of Studies in Education of the University of Toronto. This website provides curriculum correlations, lesson ideas, and reproducible blackline masters for a variety of secondary school courses.
A comprehensive study guide tailored for teachers to suit courses and disciplines ranging from the natural sciences to the humanities, from politics and law to business. This site provides educators and students with discussion questions, further readings, and web-based resources to explore the core concepts and issues addressed in the documentary.
From Australia comes a Study Guide created by ATOM, through its publications arm (Metro Magazine and Australian Screen Education). Metro Magazine has a team of curriculum experts from all areas who view the programs and recommend what years and subject areas are appropriate for particular programs.
In 2004, the Documentary Policy Advisory Group commissioned ERIN Research to develop a measurement framework that would estimate the social and cultural impact of Canadian documentaries. The Corporation was one of seven representative Canadian documentaries examined, along with a review of the literature.
This study guide is prepared by Dr. Tima Bansal for the Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario to provide material for class discussion. At the Ivey Business School, this film is part of the teaching materials for a core MBA curriculum course called Individuals, Corporations and Society (ICS).
A 2-page document listing all the interviewees in the film.
For the 2-disc special edition DVD, there are summaries on the individual chapters of the film, as well as an index of all the extra footage featured in the "Topical Paradise" section. You can also get every single transcript of all 8 hours of footage - the film and disc 2's wealth of interview material organized by person or topic.
We've put together this guide for anyone planning to host a screening with the new version of the film. We've also created a Screening Registration form so we can help you promote it, and a Feedback form to share your experiences.
21 page document from when the film was released and a link to images for download. Includes an interview with the filmmakers from P.O.V. magazine.
We began emailing newsletters to our network of supporters in 2004. In April 2007, we produced the inaugural issue of our News of the Cool e-zine, a joint effort with The Corporation's grassroots team, Hello Cool World. Archived newsletters may contain email addresses and reference websites that are discontinued.