"ccMixter is a community music site featuring remixes licensed under Creative Commons where you can listen to, sample, mash-up, or interact with music in whatever way you want. Remixers can apply sampling, remixing and mash-ups, grab the sample packs and a cappellas for download and can upload their version back into ccMixter, for others to enjoy and re-sample."
"Looking for music for a video, school project, game you’re developing, podcast or just for listening in your cubicle or mobile music device? Find exactly the music you’re looking for - podsafe, liberally licensed - using dig.ccMixter Music Discovery tool. One out of six uploads to ccMixter are used in a YouTube(tm) video, flickr moving image, podcast, compilation album and thousands of other places all over the web."
Related: “Is it legal?”, http://ccmixter.org/isitlegal
Playlists - Podcast
Search our archives for
music for your video,
podcast or school project
Contact: site administrator.
Video University - library
This library of the Video University lists internal text-based web pages that are focused on creating and editing a video plus additional files on the business end of creating videos.
- Free Articles & Guides
- The Business of Video
Classrooms for Distance Teaching and Learning: a Blueprint
This handbook provides a step by step guide to setting up a classroom for telepresence learning. Its comprehensivecoverage includes chapters on testing it works, guidelines for the full range of users, together with troubleshooting and reference sections. There are also detailed case studies of the five distinctive learning scenarios developed by the handbook's pan-European authors, which include sites for teaching remote learners, remote and local learners, group presentation and interaction, a single learner, and a learning centre group. The handbook is a BLUEPRINT, to be read cover to cover, or dipped into for specific information as you strive to set up or fine tune your own version of an interactive classroom for distance teaching and learning.
# Building an Interactive Classroom: The Steps
# Testing it Works
# How to Use the Classrooms
Glossary of Terms
World TV Standards
References and Further Reading
Filme und Videos im DaF-Unterricht
Collection of ideas for the usage of video in teaching German as a foreign language.
About Didactics and methodology
Overview: usage of videos in „German as a foreign language“
Can-do statements: understanding radio or TV programs and movies (GER)
Opportunities of the ZUM-wiki
Ideas for using video in class
• Short movies (understanding, educational material, further ideas)
• Animated cartoons (movie as a write pulse)
• Music video clips
Youtube and German as a foreign language
Learning materials (movies, Internet as a resource, other)
Practical tools (determining starting moment of a youtube-clip; using “Moviemaker)
NATURE Online is the Web companion to a broadcast series where visitors can stream full episodes of NATURE programs, watch behind-the-scenes videos with filmmakers and producers (also available at iTunes), view program excerpts (also available on YouTube), and find fun interactive content, teacher lesson plans, and more. The videos are segmented, tagged and provided with user comments.
Thirteen has a separate tab "For Educators" where it collects its educational materials available free of charge to the elementary and middle school teachers in America. These include a Teacher’s Guide, classroom poster, DVD of select NATURE episodes, and take-home activities. A NATURE comic book for children ages 10 to 12, also free, is distributed through retail outlets, education centers and museums nationwide, including the American Museum of Natural History.
Browse Nature through
* Current Season
* By Animal
* By Topic
o Animal Behavior
o Environment & Conservation
o Humans & nature
o Living Places
* Interactives & Extras
Australian Children's Television Foundation
The ACTF is committed to providing Australian children with entertaining media made especially for them, which makes an enduring contribution to their cultural and educational experience.
• Board of Directors
• Annual Report
• Corporate Plan
• Producation Search
• Teaching Materials
• Advanced Search
• Senior Resources
• Education News
• Professional Development
• ACTF Schools (About, Advisory Schools, School Resources)
• Awards and Reviews
• ACTF Production Websites
• Types of support
• Funding Approvals
• Other Resources
• Kids 360
• Care for kids
• Education News
Video Gaming, Education and Digital Learning Technologies: Relevance and Opportunities - References
This is a web page from 2002, where references are listed concerning video games, games and education.
Video Streaming: a guide for educational development
This handbook is an outcome of the Click and Go Video Project of JISC. Click and Go Video was a project from 2000 to 2002 that aimed to provide "a user orientated resource for the academic community that will stimulate and enhance the use of moving image archives for mainstream learning and teaching. It will investigate and report on best practice in developing a video enriched learning environment through the integration of archived moving images, locally produced video, Web resources and asynchronous and synchronous communications tools."
- A learning and teaching perspective
- The Click and Go Video Decision Tool
- Planning your content
- What equipment do I need?
- Capturing your video
- Alternatives to filming
- Editing your material
- Encoders and players
- Serving streaming media
- Presenting your content
- Copyright issues
- ''Live'' broadcasting
- Evaluating the educational benefit
Digital Storytelling Project
This page provides hands-on experience on developing digital stories, outlines the challenges and advantages of media production in education; discusses strategies for integrating media into the curriculum, offers suggestions and online resources for producing video in the classroom with minimal resources and equipment, describes students' experiences with documentary storytelling, using telecommunication tools, and showcases their projects.
Also included: downloadable guidelines (.doc) to make an animation / movie with Powerpoint slides and Windows Movie Maker to enable teachers to create their own animations with sound.
Face-to-face courses and online training for broadcast and new media
BBC Academy puts training and development at the heart of the broadcast industry by equipping companies and freelancers with the skills they need for a lifetime of employability in the ever-changing media landscape.
As well as training its own staff, the BBC's Charter Agreement confirms responsibility to train the industry and we do this in a number of ways:
* by working with Skillset, the Government-licensed, UK-wide Sector Skills Council for the audiovisual industries to offer subsidised training to the UK Freelance community
* by offering a complete portfolio of courses and development solutions to individuals and organisations worldwide
* by acting as development consultants to work with you and your organisation offering a complete service from training needs analysis to evaluation
For individuals, the BBC offers practical, expert advice on the right training for you and details of funding packages available to help trainees with the cost.
- training in television craft skills
New Media Courses
- new media training to make the web work
Broadcast Technology Courses
- broadcast technology technical training
- training in radio craft skills
- training in journalism and reporting skills