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UWTV - University of Washington TV

UWTV is a multi-platform media organization connecting the region and the world to the University of Washington on air, online and via mobile devices. UWTV programs are available to watch on demand and via live webstream through the website, as well as iTunes U and YouTube. On the website you can also find a lot of educational videos, searching in the video library or browsing by subject.

Table of contents: 

Arts and Humanities, Business and Economics, Computer Science and Engineering, Health and Medicine, Husky Sports, K-12 and Education, Physical Sciences, Social Sciances

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:

Catálogo de Experiencias de Enlaces

El portal Catálogo de Experiencias de Enlaces, creado por el Ministerio de Educación de Chile, incluye experiencias pedagógicas que incorporan programas computacionales y otras tecnologías y ofrece herramientas tecnológicas educativa creadas en Chile dirigidas a promover el intercambio de buenas prácticas y desarrollar nuevas técnicas de enseñanza que mejoren la calidad de la educación en el país.
En el catálogo hay más de 100 casos exitosos y validados en la forma en que utilizan la tecnología en el interior de una sala de clases. Para facilitar la búsqueda existen diversas secciones tales como regionales, niveles y subsectores, de acuerdo a los intereses del profesor. Una vez seleccionado uno de ellos, aparece una ficha completa que incluye datos, descripciones, resultados y anexos.

Un videojuego educativo que ha sido desarrollado en Chile es Kokori:

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The Link Experiences Repository, created by the Ministry of Education of Chile, includes educational experiences that incorporate computer programs and other technologies and provides educational technology tools created in Chile and aimed to promoting the exchange of good practices and developing new teaching techniques that improve the quality of education in the country.
In the repository you can find over 100 successful cases. To facilitate the search there are several sections such as regional levels and other sub-levels. Each case displays a full record including data, descriptions, results and schedules.

An educational videogame developed in Chile is Kokori:

Web 2.0 ERC European Resource Centre

The Web 2.0 ERC is a EU funded project designed to help educators who find ICT confusing to have a simple and secure environment to use ICT in their work and in their classes. The project has built a simple web platform that includes the most popular tools (Wikis, Blogs, communications, Social Networking etc.) with clear guides on:
- How to use the tools
- How they can be used in education
The project has also looked at other Web 2.0 tools that can be used to create content, share the content and communicate. Members of the Web2.0ERC Community of Practice have contributed to the repository of tools.

JISC MediaHub Blog

MediaHub is a new JISC-funded service, which makes available collections:
- held by MediaHub. You can view and download the videos, images and sounds, if your college or university subscribes to MediaHub. Institutions can subscribe to MediaHub via the JISC Collections website.
- held on websites that can be accessed by any internet user, without a password.
- held on websites that may require a password for access. You will link from MediaHub to the external website, then login (if you have a valid password), to view or download the resource.

Canal-U - la vidéothèque numérique de l'enseignement supérieur

Canal-U est un projet de la communauté universitaire lancé en 2000. Il est piloté par la Sous direction des TICE (SDTICE) du Ministère de l'Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche. La maîtrise d’œuvre est assurée par le CERIMES.

Canal-U est la vidéothèque numérique de l'enseignement supérieur. C’est le site de référence pour les ressources audiovisuelles de l’enseignement supérieur. Enseignants et étudiants peuvent y trouver des programmes enrichis de documents pédagogiques et validés par les conseils scientifiques des Universités Numériques Thématiques.

NB : Les programmes que l'on trouve aujourd'hui classés dans les arborescences thématiques des U.N.T résultent pour la grande majorité d'une migration automatisée depuis l'ancien site Canal-U vers le nouveau. Ces programmes n'ont donc pas encore tous été validés ni sélectionnés par les U.N.T; ce travail de sélection est en cours de réalisation.

Canal-U s’adresse aux étudiants, aux enseignants, aux chercheurs, et cela selon deux axes :
- Fournir des ressources pédagogiques en complément des cursus d’enseignement ;
- Accompagner les évolutions de l'université française en développant l'usage des TIC au sein de l'enseignement supérieur.







Les acteurs du projet Canal-U : Le maître d'oeuvre : le CERIMES Directeur de la publication, Hervé Lièvre, directeur du CERIMES Les U.N.T (Universités Numériques Thématiques).


PrestoSpace - Digital Preservation of audio/visual material

PrestoSpace ( is an EU project which aims to enable any European archive owner, from small collections to the largest, to manage an autonomous and realistic patrimonial policy, including preservation and exploitation of digital assets, in order to bring together industry, research institutes and stakeholders at European level to provide products and services for bringing effective automated preservation and access to Europe’s diverse audiovisual collections.

The outcome of the project is "Digital Preservation of audio/visual material", a website for archive owners, academics and the public alike, which provides a first point-of-call for information on the migration and digital preservation of audio/visual works. The site is a repository of the information and experience gained in the PrestoSpace project. You can find information ranging from the tutorial to the academic on planning and executing a digital preservation project and the technologies and processes involved. You will also find training videos, management tools and links to online resources and events in the field of digital preservation.

To find out about the following project, PrestoPRIME, go to

Viducate Network

The Viducate Network is an initiative to promote video education across all educational sectors in Europe.
Their vision is: "Viducate is concerned with the development of active citizenship in intercultural contexts at all levels of formal and informal education. Video and multimedia form the core of this non-prescriptive pedagogy of production in the information society."

On the website you can find a lot of interesting documents about the use of Media in Education and a video gallery.
You can also subscribe and receive the Viducate monthly newsletter.

PrestoPRIME - Keeping Audiovisual Contents Alive

PrestoPRIME project, funded by EU, aims to research and develop practical solutions for the long-term preservation of digital media objects, programmes and collections, and to find ways to increase access by integrating the media archives with European on-line digital libraries in a digital preservation framework.

To find out about the previous project, PrestoSpace and Digital Preservation of audio/visual material, go to

Knowledge Pills

Knowledge Pills Methodology is a new method of education strengthening professional competences by the usage of short multimedia advises (knowledge pills). The main tool of KPM is a short instructional movie – presenting how to conduct certain activities in the work station, by reproducing day-today tasks in a appealing format.

The main aim of the Knowledge Pills project is the transfer of the Knowledge Pills Methodology (KPM) to be used by knowledge moderators in SMEs of Poland, Spain and Greece. It makes possible the efficient education of employees conducted in-company. Another goal is to conduct pilot phase of KPM use for Polish and Spanish companies, gathering feedback from knowledge moderators and SMEs participating. The project also fosters understanding of the use of the innovative learning processes and introduces learning exchange mechanisms between the project partners, beneficiaries and training institutions.

You can find a lot of examples of Pills in the Multimedia section:
A detailed PDF document about Knowledge Pills Methodology applied to Small and Medium-size Enterprises is available at the following webpage:

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