The web site of Educational RadioTelevision in Greece
High-quality videos relevant to class curricula are available for streaming or on demand delivery, as digital archives. Since September 2010, EduTV has dynamically entered the digital era and connected with communities of young people.
Wonder How To
On this web portal users can find more than 170,000 how-to videos & articles from more than 17,000 specialised creators. They are organized in 35 vertical categories and 424 sub-categories. The how-to videos are specially categorised into four main categories: Lifestyle, Science and Tech, Arts, and Gaming.
The access to the contents does not require any subscription or login. Nevertheless, by making an account (signing up is free) users are able to "follow" various subcategories of DIY topics they may want to learn more about.
There is an evaluation system in place, based on user-generated feedback: users can give "kudos" to videos that they find helpful.
- Arts & Crafts
- Beauty & Style
- Fine Art
- Music & Instruments
• Science & Tech
- Autos, Motorcycles & Planes
- Computers & Programming
- Disaster Preparation
- Film & Theater
- Business & Money
- Dating & Relationships
- Diet & Health
- Home & Garden
- Hosting & Entertaining
- Motivation & Self Help
- Outdoor Recreation
- Pets & Animals
- Pranks & Cons
- Hobbies & Toys
- Magic & Parlor Tricks
- Video Games
Jonatan Academy is a project for creating educational videos in Dutch for elementary schools.
The videos present on the website have been made by 11-year-old kids for younger students to learn the basics of Mathematics and Dutch language. The normal making process for these videos includes a script, the elaboration of visual material in Powerpoint and the publication on Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/user/jonatanschool).
These videos are thought as integration or repetition to what students learn from the teacher, to help them memorise better the concepts explained.
The website also contains instructions and tools that can be useful for medium and high school students and for teachers as a guide to an interesting and useful activity.
Jonathan Academy is een project om nederlandstalige educationele video's te maken voor het basisonderwijs.
De video's op de website werden door 11-jarige kinderen gemaakt om jongere leerlingen de basis van wiskunde
en het Nederlands te leren. Bij de normale procedure voor het maken van deze filmpjes hoort een scenario, de uitwerking van beeldmateriaal in Powerpoint en een publicatie op Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/user/jonatanschool).
Deze video's worden beschouwd als herhaling of bijkomende leerstof van wat de leerlingen zelf van de leerkracht leren, om hen zo te helpen beter de uitgelegde begrippen te onthouden. De website bevat ook instructies en hulpmiddelen die handig kunnen zijn voor studenten uit het middelbaar en voor leerkrachten als gids voor een interessante en bruikbare les.
Edudemic Education Apps
Edudemic Education Apps is a list of more than 56,000 Education apps for iPad and iPhone. The library provides several research parameters such as age-content rating, supported devices and cost of the app.
For each app the library contains information details about the app (cost, downloadable size, author, etc.) as well as an overview and ratings based on users’ reviews.
The “compare” tool allows selecting various apps and displays their details next to one another so comparisons can be made easily. Some side services, such as the calculation of the average price of the apps, the buying guide and some ready-saved searches can result very useful too.
Prezi U is a rich library of educational Prezi presentations and videos on different topics for students from elementary school to university. It can be browsed by subject or school.
The community built around it communicates through articles, blogs, forums and receive news by means of an RSS feed.
• Central Michigan University
• Grand Rapids Community College
• Gwangju National University of Education
• Harvard University
• Kunsan National University
• Pavol Jozef Safarik University
• Philadelphia University
• University of Sam Ratulangi
• Rheingold U
• University of Denver
• Southern Illinois University
• Southern University of New Orleans
• Stanford University
• University for the Creative Arts
• University of Arizona
• University of Hawaii
• University of Pittsburgh
• University of Seville
• Washington University
• Yale University
• Art and Design
• Journalism & Media
• Political Science
• Social Sciences
• Student Affairs
• Technology & Computer Science
• Using Prezi in the classroom
• Atlanten ungdomsskole (Kristiansund, NO)
• Christiansburg Middle School (Christiansburg, VA)
• Crossroards South Middle School (Manmouth Junction, NJ)
• Deer Park School District (Deer Park, NY)
• Todd County Central High School (Elkton, Ky)
• Enid Public Schools (Enid, OK)
• Episcopal Academy (Philadelphia, PA)
• Feagin Mill Middle School, Houston County, GA
• Hinsdale South High School (Darien, Il)
• Katy ISD (Katy, TX)
• Monroe Township High School (Monroe Township NJ)
• Community Day School (Orange Unified School District)
• Park Hill South High School (Kansas City, MO)
• Region 6 Education Service Center (Huntsville, TX)
• Seymour High School (Seymour, CT)
• Stedelijk Gymnasium Schiedam (Schiedam, NL)
• Political Science
• USA Presidential Elections 2012
• Using Prezi in the classroom
• Discovery Education Network prezis
• Prezi+iPad in education
An open collaborative learning environment of youth creation, supporting experimentation, creativity, exchange and production of ideas which actively promotes school communities’ projects.
The second generation of Greek Educational TV is a multimedia platform connected to social networks which offers students and teachers the environment and the tools to design and create their own multimedia projects.
A list of events related with ICT and Education organized by Telefonica Foundation in Spain: conferences, awards, training and other initiatives. The idea is to give access to all the knowledge managed by the Foundation in video, audio and documentary format.
SURF Foundation - Copyright in higher education
The Dutch organisation SURF has launched a website to support university staff with any questions they might have
related to copyright use. This website which operates in Dutch and in English provides answers related to the Dutch situation which may not always be applicable for other countries. However their explanation of basic rules is very useful.
The website also provides background information and suggests practical ways of dealing with copyright issues and guidelines for those who want to know more about the role of higher education institutions as regards copyright, or who need to find concrete solutions.
The National Education Network
The National Educational Network is a collaborative network of regional education within the UK, providing reliable broadband connections, a safe, secure and reliable learning environment and direct access to a growing range of online services and digital content.
Examples include the following resources: Unlocking the Archives (http://www.media-and-learning.eu/resource/unlocking-the-archives) and British Pathe (http://www.media-and-learning.eu/resource/british-pathe).
Leading English Education and Resource Network (LEARN)
LEARN is an educational foundation supported in part by funding from the Quebec-Canada Entente for Minority Language Education that offers e-learning services and support to all English school boards, private schools, community organizations and the private sector in rural and urban settings; supports and promotes pedagogical collaboration and innovation using information technology, and works to model best practices; and publishes learning materials to support educators who are implementing competency-based practices in the classroom.
The resources are available at http://www.learnquebec.ca/en/content/principals and on the community webpage: http://www.learninglandscapes.ca.