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The MEDEA Awards YouTube channel

The MEDEA Secretariat launched a MEDEA channel on YouTube where you can see interviews with previous entrants. Interviews cover topics like how the specific example of educational multimedia was made, how it was used and the equipment and skills required. Subscribe to the channel to be kept up-to-date with new additions!

See also the resource about the MEDEA Awards:
http://www.media-and-learning.eu/resource/medea-awards

Video Digital Educativo

This is a repository of videos produced by students made in class in Colegio Irabia, Country Basque, Spain. This project was developed with the support of the Country Basque Government and Grimm project with the advice of Tecnun and Apple.

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Action! In the Classroom: A Guide to Student Produced Digital Video in K-12 Education

Today's students are attracted to video and readily engage in any project that incorporates the medium. Digital video is easier to manipulate and much less expensive than analog video. Students can create video content and the software can be taught in less than one hour. There is great potential to employ student-produced video as an educational tool and this book explains and instructs teachers how to exploit this potential.

This comprehensive work, divided into four sections, covers all aspects of video production including: foundation concepts; the video production process; equipment review; and an appendix. The companion Web site offers downloadable forms used in the book and support presentation material.

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# Part I Video in Education
# Part II Video Production Process
# Part III Video Production Equipment
# Part IV Media Literacy
# Appendix
# Bibliography

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Daniel R. Greenwood

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2003

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# ISBN-10: 0810846624 # ISBN-13: 978-0810846623

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352 pages

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The Director in the Classroom - How Filmmaking Inspires Learning

Offering a fun voyage of discovery for learners of all ages, The Director in the Classroom provides the "Why" for digital video in the classroom in a clear and concisely written book. The Director in the Classroom examines how filmmaking engages learners and explores how the process of filmmaking fosters the development of personal, social and higher-order thinking skills.

Digital filmmaking can empower students with the tools, skills and confidence to take creative control of their research projects. This book identifies how today’s digital cameras and software tools are revolutionizing filmmaking and enhancing learning in the classroom, and investigates curriculum connections and strategies for meeting standards and provides examples of successful video projects from K-12 and beyond.

The Director in the Classroom also provides you with strategies for assessing video projects, dealing with copyright issues, and project ideas.

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Nikos Theodosakis

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2001

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# ISBN-10: 1930870116# ISBN-13: 978-1930870116

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336 pages

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Children's Media Project

Children’s Media Project is an arts and education organisation focusing on media and technology. Our mission is to create a teaching/learning environment where artists, educators, community activists and especially children and youth can learn to interact with the media arts both as creators and critical viewers.

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Media Guild
Digital Cafe
Contact
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Drop TV
Videos
Production House
Workshops

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Real Player

Digital Ethnography, a Vision of Students Today

This blog is maintained by a Kansas State University working group led by Dr. Michael Wesch dedicated to exploring and extending the possibilities of digital ethnography.

In 2007 Dr. Michael Wesch and a group of students of Kansas State University published two videos. They introduce themselves as: “a Kansas State University working group led by Dr. Michael Wesch dedicated to exploring and extending the possibilities of digital ethnography.” The video “A Vision of Students Today” gives a look into what students are really using technology for… where students are really spending their time: http://mediatedcultures.net/ksudigg/?p=119Related:
- Showcase / Mediated Culture, http://mediatedcultures.net/mediatedculture.htm
- video of 2007, summarizing some of the most important characteristics of students today - how they learn, what they need to learn, their goals, hopes, dreams, what their lives will be like, and what kinds of changes they will experience in their lifetime. The video was created by Michael Wesch in collaboration with 200 students at Kansas State University: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGCJ46vyR9o&feature=player_embedded

Students in the director's seat: Teaching and learning across the school curriculum with student-generated video.

Several links and papers concerning student-developed digital video. Schuck, S. & Kearney, M. (2004). Students in the director's seat: Teaching and learning across the school curriculum with student-generated video. (This study was funded by a UTS Industry Links Research Grant with Apple Computers Australia. )

Project Description
This project investigated the value and use of student-generated digital video for enhancing pedagogy in K-12 schools. It aimed to identify, examine and analyse pedagogical practices in relation to use of this technology in five case schools. A further aim was to articulate the principles, contexts and approaches underlying these practices. An understanding of the practices and approaches which enhance or constrain pedagogy in these five cases will contribute to a future larger study. Principles of good practice developed in this study will be used to inform future research on models for enhancing pedagogy with digital video in education.

In the mix

Your issues. Your interests. Your favorite celebs. In the Mix, the national award-winning TV series for teens and by teens, brings you all of it...and gets everyone talking. We're on-air every week on PBS.

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The Buzz
• Teen buzz
• Media buzz
• Teacher and parent buzz
• Awards we’ve won

Shows (including accompanying material such as transcripts, fact sheets,…)

Behind the scenes
• From the staff
• Host bios
• Intern Diaries
• FAQs
• Program funders
• Credits
• Contact us

Celebs

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Educators
• Episode Reviews
• Comments from Educators
• Complete Program Catalog
• Program listing by category
• Order Program videotapes
• Off-Air taping rights
• Lesson Plans and discussion guides

Digital Video Digital University (DiViDu)

This demo shows an e-learning tool on basis of which students, future teachers and dentists can analyze practice cases, learn to reflect on practice, learn to demonstrate their newly acquired competence.

As of 2012, the tool is not updated anymore.

An examination of the impact of organisational constraintson change in UK Higher Education brought about by the introduction and use of learning technologies

The uptake and diffusion of the use of Learning Technologies in UK Higher Education is an instance of the adoption of change.
There has been considerable research into the ways in which the uptake and diffusion of innovation can effect change processes. This work has identified the importance of barriers and drivers to change as a part of the process. Areas of study have included general instances, those specific to technology and those relevant to the use of learning technology in higher education.
It has also been shown that a higher education institution’s organisational structure may itself inhibit or accelerate the way in which it will respond to external changes and adopt new practices.
This study reviews the development and growth in the use of learning technologies. It sets these activities in the context of changes in computing and predominant theories in education and psychology from a UK and US perspective.
This study goes on to describe the methodology adopted when undertaking an extensive survey of use of learning technology at the University of Southampton to make an initial case that institutional approaches associated with the known organisational models may amplify or dampen the known barriers and drivers for change.
The full thesis will take forward this work by analysing this data alongside a range of previously published data undertaking additional research into institutional approaches and the use of learning technology across a range of UK Higher Education Institutions.

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