Archive for the “Media” Category
23 02 2010
Docs, guidance, help, media, support, twitter
23 01 2010
Take a trip through our collective past with the BBC archives and discover themed collections of radio and TV programmes, documents and photographs.
Explore who we are and see how attitudes have changed over the years through selections from an archive which began over 70 years ago.
You can also go behind the scenes to find out how the BBC archives are maintained, uncover forgotten stories from the Written Archives and see how broadcasting has changed through the decades.
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19 01 2010
SchoolsRadio.com is run as a charity and is largely operated on a volunteer basis. It is there to help and exists solely to encourage all school students throughout the United Kingdom to get involved in making radio. Radio broadcasts might be over the air with a licence from Ofcom, over the Internet, a podcast that can be downloaded or just relayed by wire in the building. Indeed, if you can find another way of doing it we’ll happily call it radio.
The website aims to provide a whole range of useful advice for teachers, supervisors and students. Equally important it provides a forum in which all those involved in schools radio can share the views and experiences. Teachers and other station managers are also encouraged to submit the best of their programming to SchoolsRadio.com so that it may be made available for listening by others.
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19 01 2010
Provide high quality, professional and engaging tools, resources and advice for schools, teachers, students and parents
Radio in Schools is aimed at infant, primary & secondary schools, colleges, universities and youth organisations across the UK.
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19 01 2010
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19 01 2010
FILMCLUB gives pupils and teachers the chance to explore the world of film through after school film clubs. With free weekly screenings, online reviewing, industry events and hands on support, FILMCLUB inspires, excites and opens up new avenues for learning.
Although it’s fun just watching movies with your friends, that’s not all FILMCLUB offers. Immersing yourself in a vibrant mix of vintage hits, international classics, blockbusters, art movies and all points in between, seeing films made years ago and others fresh out this week, stories produced in every corner of the world… well, it’s a surefire way to find yourself dazzled, provoked, amused, shocked and uplifted. (And sometimes all at once.)
From the biggest inner-city secondary to the smallest rural primary school, all state-funded schools in England can become part of the FILMCLUB community for free. Teachers or 6th form students can join up online and we’ll do all we can to help you run a great film club. (But if you’re not a teacher at a state-funded school in England and you’re interested in what we do, don’t worry – we’ll see if we can help.)
We’ll be encouraging you to watch films from all over the world, made in every possible era, so you can explore countless different cultures, characters and new ways of telling stories. By discussing and writing about the films, you’ll sharpen your critical skills and impress your friends with your encyclopedic film knowledge.
Yes – FILMCLUB is absolutely free if you’re a state funded school in England. We believe that all young people deserve access to as many films made as possible. Funding from the Department for Children, Schools and Families is helping us to make that happen.
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13 12 2009
FotoSketcher is a 100% free program which can help you convert your digital photos into art, automatically. If you want to turn a portrait, the photograph of your house or a beautiful landscape into a painting, a sketch or a drawing then look no further, FotoSketcher will do the job in just a few seconds.
Thanks to FotoSketcher you can create stunning images to make original gifts for your friends or relatives. Create birthday cards, season’s greetings stationary or simply print your work of art and hang it on the wall.
CLICK HERE to go to this resource.Tags: art, download, editor, Graphics, image, media, photo, software, technology
13 12 2009
PhotoLapse is a freeware jpg to avi convertor. It will convert a jpg sequence into a, by codec compressed, movie. I created it for making timelapse movies of large sequences of jpg stills and couldn't find any freeware programs to do the trick the way i wanted it. PhotoLapse needs no installing nor does it modify your registry, just one executable.
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13 12 2009
Stupeflix video generation is extremely fast. It operates the rendering of your video faster than real time, so you can see the result of your creation right away, and try lots of different options in a few minutes.
The online editor allows you to create beautiful video slideshows very simply and in seconds. Click and drag to upload pictures, videos and music. Choose your captions, reorder your pictures, select Stupeflix animated effects and transitions to bring your pictures to life.Give it a try
The video ‘sample’ (above) shows how you can also make videos using text and picture sources such as Twitter and Flickr feeds.
CLICK HERE for more details about this resource.Tags: editing, elearning, Learning, multimedia, online, Presentations, Resources, stupeflix, teaching, video
07 12 2009
elearning, Learning, online, teaching, tmeru09, VLE