REC:all is transnational learning technology project supported by the European Commission under the Life Long Learning Programme, it aims to explore new ways in which lecture capture can become more pedagogically valuable and engaging, and is investigating a variety of learning design, technical and legal issues.
The new M&L webinar “Talking Heads: Mind over Media – Exploring the links between media literacy and radicalisation” will take place on Monday 30 November (16:00 CET). Speaker for this webinar is Renee Hobbs, American educator, scholar and well known advocate for media literacy education. She is a Professor in the Harrington School of Communication and Media at the University of Rhode Island, where she directs the Media Education Lab.
One of Renee’s more recent initiatives is the highly successful Mind over Media resource for teachers and others interested in exploring propaganda with students. During this webinar, Renee will be talking about the background to this initiative and why she believes it is important for students to learn how to recognise propaganda and to develop…Continue
The new M&L webinar “Tools and resources for annotating, cutting and searching video.” will take place on Thursday 19 November (15:00 CET). Its aim is to showcase a selection of different free-to-use tools and services for annotating, cutting and searching video that you can use in your university or college. Presenters in this webinar will describe not only the tool but also how it can and is being used in higher education settings and will provide links for further information about the specific tools presented.
3 experienced practitioners will take part:
The M&L Association is proud to launch a second webinar series, "Talking Heads", which will start on Monday 26 October at 16:00 CET with the first session, entitled "Copyright DIY". This webinar on intellectual property rights is the kick off session for a 6 week MOOC entitled Copyright – DIY led by Mathy Vanbuel from ATiT. During this first 1 hour long session entitled “From the Statute of Anne to Beyoncé” Mathy will provide an introduction as to where our current practices in IPR come from, what the different intellectual property rights are and how they affect all of us one way or the other whether we like it or not. This session and the rest of the MOOC is intended to be a practical introduction for anyone (teacher, writer, artist, student, consumer...) who creates original materials or…Continue
The new M&L webinar “Video in HE – Meeting the challenges of providing campus-wide video services” will take place on Thursday 15 October (15:00 CEST). It is aimed at everyone involved in providing video based services in higher education who is interested in how these services can be successfully implemented on a campus-wide basis. Issues that our speakers will discuss include how academics and students can be supported in creating their own video-based resources, how quality and production values are dealt with and the management of technical and human resources to support these types of services.
We have invited 2 experienced practitioners:
M&L webinar: Meeting the challenges of…Continue