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Multimedia Training Videos

Multimedia Training Videos is a series of free and open educational resources for learning a variety of multimedia and ICT tools. It was created by members of the MSc in Multimedia of the University of Westminster.
The project is a joint collaboration between Joint Information Systems Committee-JISC, Higher Edcuation Academy and University of Westminster Education Initiative Centre. You can read more about the OER project at the following site: Open Educational Resources Site http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/elearning/oer.aspx.

LUTube - University of Leeds channel

LUTube is a service from the Leeds University that allows staff and students to share and watch online videos. On the website you can find a lot of different educational and informative kind of videos.

SchoolTube

SchoolTube.com is a free video sharing website, approved by over a dozen National Education Associations for use in K-12 schools. Their mission is to provide educators and students a safe and fun video sharing environment to enhance their classrooms and learning experiences. Videos are student produced and moderator approved through a innovative Chain of Accountability process.

An assortment of new student and teacher created content is available on SchoolTube.com daily from lots of categories, and it can be used by students, teachers, administrators, and school-related associations.

iSchool Africa youth press team

iSchool Africa is a project started with World Cup 2010 aiming to bring the best available education technology and practices to schools in South Africa. The Youth Press Team involves teams in more than 20 schools across South Africa using Apple technology to create newsworthy video content for TV.

On the website you can find a lot of videos created by students in South Africa and hosted on YouTube, like this one giving some useful tips on how to carry out a interview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4QgLOr-3LM&feature=player_embedded

Kokori - A videogame on Molecular Biology

Kokori es un videojuego 3D de estrategia en tiempo real sobre biología molecular, desarrollado por un grupo de académicos de la Universidad Santo Tomás en Chile. Su objetivo es resolver problemas o daños que se presenten en una célula animal. Para esto contarás con pequeñísimos robots, más conocidos como nanobots, los cuales han sido diseñados y construidos para poder navegar al interior de una célula y realizar distintas funciones de reconstrucción, transporte, reparación y rescate. El jugador dispondrá de siete misiones, en la primera aprenderá a reconocer el nuevo entorno y comandar uno de nuestros nanobots, y en las siguientes misiones se enfrentará a más dificultades, pero algunos científicos irán guiandole y entregando las herramientas necesarias para que logre todos sus objetivos y salvar las células.

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Kokori game is a 3D realtime strategy videogame on molecular biology, developed by a group of academics from the University of Santo Tomas in Chile and aiming to solve problems or damage arising in an animal cell. The player can do it using tiny robots known as nanobots, which have been designed and built to navigate inside a cell and perform various functions of reconstruction, transport, repair and rescue. The player will go through seven missions, learning how to recognize the new environment and to command nanobots in the first one and subsequently facing more difficulties, but being always guided by scientists and provided with necessary tools to achieve all the objectives and save the cells.

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My Study Mate

My Study Mate is a website created by the Transition Year Students of Ratoath College, Co. Meath as part of their Digital Media Studies Class. All the resources on the website aim to help students with preparation for their exams and they are absolutely free for anyone to use. There are powerpoint presentations and video tutorials in order to create and share contents; all the videos on the website are produced with students, by students, for students.
You can also add to the database links that could be interesting for students or resources in any subject in MS Word Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher or PDF format.

Table of contents: 

Business, Italian, Maths, Geography, Religion, Home Economy, Irish, Science, Technology

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TrueTube

TrueTube is a website for schools with videos, lesson plans and assembly plans for PSHE, RE and Citizenship at Key Stages 3 & 4.

Launched in 2007, TrueTube now has a repository of high-quality short films on social, moral and ethical issues, made by young people. Many of the films are accompanied by lesson plans to support their use in the classroom.

You can view an introductory video to TrueTube here: http://www.truetube.co.uk/hidden-theme/training-vids/intro-to-truetube

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- Body & Health
- Crime
- Culture
- The Earth
- Ethics &Religion
- Global
- Jobs & Money
- Relationships
- Society

E-Motion Project

The main objective of the EU project E-Motion is to improve learning of pupils by introducing a course at school of the latest musical technologies (computer - music), to improve, as a consequence, their scientific and general knowledge and, as a result, to reduce school drop out.
The creation of a social network of digital music let the students be in touch and express their ideas about what they are learning and musical tracks they are composing.
The innovative use of ICTs in music make the youngsters cope also with maths, physics and informatics, which are of diverse complexity. The participation in the E-Motion approach require they learn other subjects i.e. history and geography, face social and political issues of other Countries and meet diverse cultures.

Robot@Scuola

Robot@School was a project funded by the Italian Ministry of Education for the years 2005/2006 with the aim of building a national network of schools involved in educational robotics. It was managed by the School of Robotics which has continued to support the project. The project now involves almost 100 Italian schools which all are connected through the Robot@School platform.

The project team argue that learning about robotics is important not only for those students who want to become robotics engineers and scientists, but for every student, because it provides a strong method of reasoning and a powerful tool for grappling with the world.

Images and videos of the robots created by pupils are available on the project blog: http://blog.edidablog.it/blogs/index.php?blog=275.

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Robot@Scuola era un progetto finanziato dal Ministero italiano della Pubblica Istruzione per gli anni 2005/2006 con l'obiettivo di costruire una rete nazionale di scuole coinvolte nella robotica educativa. È stato gestito dalla Scuola di Robotica, che ha continuato a sostenere il progetto. Il progetto coinvolge ormai quasi 100 scuole italiane, che sono tutte collegate attraverso la piattaforma Robot@Scuola.
Il team del progetto sostiene che conoscere la robotica è importante non solo per gli studenti che vogliano diventare ingegneri robotica e scienziati, ma per tutti gli studenti, in quanto fornisce un metodo di ragionamento forte e un potente strumento per affrontare il mondo.
Immagini e video dei robot creati dagli alunni sono disponibili sul blog del progetto: http://blog.edidablog.it/blogs/index.php?blog=275.

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The OneMinutesJr project

The OneMinutesJr project gives young people between 12 and 20 years of age from many corners of the globe the
opportunity to express themselves, speak out and learn audiovisual skills to communicate across borders, languages
and distances through 60 second videos.

The OneMinutesJr project now contains more than 2000 video clips and provides a fascinating insight into youth culture and interests around the globe. Supported by the European Cultural Foundation, the One Minutes Jr. Foundation and UNICEF amongst others, the one minute videos on the project web site vary a great deal, some have been sent in by individuals, others are results from workshops where young people are taught video production, editing and publishing skills.

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