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10 Emerging Educational Technologies and How They Are Being Used Across the Globe - InformED

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10 Emerging Educational Technologies and How They Are Being Used Across the Globe | InformED http://t.co/044pLyUDKX #edtechbc


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Ancora tecnologie emergenti per l'educazione, e quindi anche un po' per la formazione.

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QuickThoughts – A place to think and share » Blog Archive » Discussing design models for hybrid/blended learning and the impact on the campus » QuickThoughts - A place to think and share

QuickThoughts – A place to think and share » Blog Archive » Discussing design models for hybrid/blended learning and the impact on the campus » QuickThoughts - A place to think and share | Webdoc & Formazione | Scoop.it

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Il modello di blog è piuttosto interessante, lo specifico post anche più. Cominciamo a parlare anche di hybrid learning quando il blended learning è visto ancora con molta diffidenza (e sospetto altrettanta non conoscenza)

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John Clayton's curator insight, July 18, 2013 1:08 PM

Tony bates comments "Despite all the hype about MOOCs, hybrid learning is probably the most significant development in e-learning". At Wintec, and in NZ generally, we use the term "blended" rather than hybrid. 

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Webdocumentaire : radiographie d'un genre en devenir

Un panorama de la production webdocumentaire française 2005 - 2013 en 20 webdcoumentaires, assorti d'une réflexion sur les spécificités des nouvelles écrit

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mirmilla's curator insight, July 16, 2013 10:20 AM

I also recommend the original post of Annabelle Roux at her site "La Fabrique du Réel" ( http://bit.ly/12umVCx)

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How to easily create animations like a Pro using Basic Timeline

How to easily create animations like a Pro using Basic Timeline | Webdoc & Formazione | Scoop.it
Easy Animations for the rest of us. If you ever had a tough time creating interactive content, this one is for you. The easiest application to create professional motion graphics and presentations in seconds.

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Baiba Svenca's curator insight, July 11, 2013 9:42 AM

Those who use EWC Presenter will be satisfied to discover the latest update to the tool which is a new animated timeline feature. Read the detailed explanations and tips how to work with animation on EWC Presenter.

Thanks to Payman Taei for the suggestion.

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Generate Professional Charts and Diagrams From Your Data with Vizalizer

Generate Professional Charts and Diagrams From Your Data with Vizalizer | Webdoc & Formazione | Scoop.it

 

 


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María Asunción Martínez Mayoral's curator insight, July 8, 2013 4:16 PM

Interesante perspectiva: "Data as knowledge. Users as influenzers"

Emeric Nectoux's curator insight, December 30, 2013 10:02 AM

Vizalizer is a web app which allows you to create professional-looking graphs and charts out of your own data.


From standard bar graphs to 3D pies, Vizalizer offers already 18 types of graphs you can create by simply a) selecting a ready-made template and b) editing the data inside via a simple dialog box.


The final graph created can be easily exported and downloaded as a high-quality PDF.


Excellent tool to show your data in simple but elegant and effective ways, especially when you want to slice and dice the same data-set in different ways.


Free plan available. It includes 10 charts per month, some ads, Vizalizer logo and no PDF downloading feature. The Pro plan starts at $9.99/mo for unlimited charts, no logo, and PDF download.


Try it out: http://vizalizer.co/

Estelle Metayer's curator insight, January 5, 1:00 AM

Great tool for outstanding end products

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The 9 Things Every Interactive Media Producer Should Think About Before Creating

The 9 Things Every Interactive Media Producer Should Think About Before Creating | Webdoc & Formazione | Scoop.it

The documentary filmmakers and media producers who are venturing out into the world of transmedia or interactive storytelling have advanced storytelling, but have spent much time, elbow grease, and sweat on their projects....

 

3. Consider the Immersive Story

 

Sean Flynn, a documentary filmmaker who is attending MIT's Open Docs Lab starting this fall, says the best projects in the space have "an elasticity in terms of types of experiences: You can do the deep dive and get really immersed in it, but if you're causally checking it out, you can have a fulfilling experience in 5 minutes," he says.

 

"Welcome to Pine Point."

Many transmedia watchers point to the NFB's "Welcome to Pinepoint" as particularly successful at merging the cinematic with the new platforms. "I think from a lot of people coming from traditional film, it's one of the projects that speaks to us," says Flynn. "Using a music score, sound design, and elegant transitions, elevated it above some flash-based multimedia project, and it had a nice narrative structure and a reveal. That's exciting to me."


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Zeega

Zeega is a community of makers passionate about creating immersive experiences that combine original content with media from across the web.
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Aperta la possibilità di provare il servizio, che sembra piuttosto semplice, proverò ad usarlo.

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Des outils pour créer un webdocumentaire

Pour ceux qui sont nuls en programmation (comme moi!) voici une liste d'outils destinés spécifiquement à la création de webdocumentaires: Conducttr propose la création d’oeuvres interactives basées...

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Ennesima lista di prodotti per la realizzazione di webdoc: mi sembra che ce ne sia qualcuno nuovo.

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GERARD CASANOVA's curator insight, June 3, 2013 5:19 AM

je n'ai utilisé que klynt pour l'instant et il convient très bien

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PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE OF INTERACTIVE DOCS - Caspar Sonnen @TFI Interactive

"While most of our attention was turned to the impending doom of Wall Street in 2008,Caspar Sonnen was out creating the IDFA DocLab which would help clear a path for incredible works like Bear 71, Alma and A Journal of Insomnia, which lead the way to a higher profile for the exhibition of interactive documentary. Here Sonnen looks at this expanding genre."

 

[seen at Tribec Film Institute site http://bit.ly/12Hl9Qq]


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mirmilla's curator insight, May 20, 2013 12:51 PM

Language and technology ... history has shown that often these are not synchronized. But when the language gets the technology, the results become History.

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Video Interview | William Uricchio defines Interactive Documentary | Open Documentary Lab at MIT

Video Interview | William Uricchio defines Interactive Documentary | Open Documentary Lab at MIT | Webdoc & Formazione | Scoop.it

"Arnau is in the process of interviewing a number of practitioners, scholars, and students of interactive documentary about the state of the field. He will be posting select clips on the OpenDocLab website. First up is Part 1 of an interview with OpenDocLab Principal Investigator William Uricchio.!

 

 

"In this series we focus on the theoretical part of the study of interactive documentary. We will conduct video interviews with the main experts in the field based on six key questions:

(1) the definition, how would they define the interactive documentary;

(2) the evolution of the form, whether they believe that the interactive documentary is a natural evolution of the linear documentary;

(3) the change in the logics and dynamics, if they believe there is a change in the logics of production, distribution and exhibition;

(4) the role of the author, if they believe that the role of the author is threatened;

(5) the business model; and (6) their views on the production, research and events organized by countries that are active in this field, placing special emphasis on Canada and France."


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mirmilla's curator insight, May 11, 2013 11:41 AM

One more piece by Arnau Gifreu Castels.

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The Open-Source Cross-Platform Video Editor: Shotcut

The Open-Source Cross-Platform Video Editor: Shotcut | Webdoc & Formazione | Scoop.it

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Henrik Safegaard - Cloneartist's curator insight, May 12, 2013 9:13 AM

To install, simply extract the archive and run it. You can drag the Shotcut folder (app icon for OS X) to copy and move it wherever you want.

Gayla Keesee's curator insight, June 30, 2013 9:03 AM

free and cross-platform

Anna Morgan's curator insight, July 1, 2013 8:56 AM

Might have to give this a try...to just see how it works

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Review, Annotate and MarkUp Any Video, PDF or Image with ReviewStudio

Review, Annotate and MarkUp Any Video, PDF or Image with ReviewStudio | Webdoc & Formazione | Scoop.it
ReviewStudio is a web-based collaboration solution that makes it easy to review, present, markup and collaborate on video, images and PDF files.

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Robin Good's curator insight, May 7, 2013 2:43 AM



ReviewStudio is a web-based collaborative app which allows you to upload video clips, PDF and image files that you want to be checked, commented and criticized by other people (teammates, clients, etc.).


ReviewStudio lets you annotate, markup, comment and review/approve any type of visual work, including frame-precise annotation on video footage.


File formats supported:

  • Images – PNG, JPEG and GIF
  • Single and multipage PDF files
  • Video – mp4, mov, ogg, webm, flv, avi, wmv, asf
  • MP3 Audio files.


With ReviewStudio it is possible to run live collaborative review sessions and to maintain a complete, searchable record of all content-related communications and activities that take place over the course of a project.


Formerly known as Cozimo, ReviewStudio is a very effective collaborative reviewing tool, providing an good set of markup tools and features that facilitate and speed-up the review and approval task.



Free 15-day trial available.


More info: https://www.reviewstudio.com/


Tutorial videos: https://www.reviewstudio.com/videos.php


FAQ: https://www.reviewstudio.com/help.php


Pricing: https://www.reviewstudio.com/pricing.php



ghbrett's curator insight, May 7, 2013 2:24 PM
Best I can say is to check Robin Good's comments below. Thank you Robin.
Watus Solis's curator insight, May 23, 2013 9:39 PM
Efficient and effective way to review and approve digital content like tech packs in garment production...
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Real-Time Collaborative Brainstorming with Stormboard Sticky Notes

Effectively capturing, organizing and prioritizing ideas across disparate locations is a challenge every growing business faces. Stormboard is a realtime onl...

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Robin Good's comment, April 13, 2013 9:33 AM
Thank you Reg, much appreciated clarifications.
wanderingsalsero's comment, April 13, 2013 11:01 AM
Oh....OK... Thanks. I'll go back and spend some time on it then.
ProjectManager.com's curator insight, April 15, 2013 12:42 AM

#collaboration

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20 Best HTML5 Development Tools to Save your Time

20 Best HTML5 Development Tools to Save your Time | Webdoc & Formazione | Scoop.it
HTML5 Development tools not only help designers and developers make their website much more beautiful and better looking.

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HTML5 è sempre più il motore della comunicazione in rete. Per avere gli strumenti giusti, questa è una guida interessante.

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Juliana Loh's curator insight, July 18, 2013 5:41 PM

Short Cuts and automated sites that make your web design/development easier. It's great too because this list is compliled for the 'non-techie' crowd.

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23 Roles of The 21st Century Educator ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

23 Roles of The 21st Century Educator ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Webdoc & Formazione | Scoop.it

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IncitED's curator insight, July 17, 2013 11:09 AM

Educators aren't the "sage on the stage" anymore because information is readily accessible. Now teaching is about helping students make sense of all the info. 

Marie Arndt's comment, July 19, 2013 2:43 AM
The role of the teacher has changed in many ways, not just regarding teaching, but the importance they have in students' lives. Technology, as Susan rightly points out, quality of teaching cannot be disguised by technology. We must help students to be selective in the barrage of 'information' they are exposed to, which is not always that but biased tripe or propaganda.
Jeroen Bottema's curator insight, August 6, 2013 5:04 AM

Mooi plaatje, geeft de student inzicht in de verschillende rollen van de leraar. Meer dan alleen 'sage on the stage'. Verder onderschrijf ik de opmerking van Susan Bainbridge.

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Le monde du webdoc décrypté par Sandra Gaudenzi

Le monde du webdoc décrypté par Sandra Gaudenzi | Webdoc & Formazione | Scoop.it

"Une rencontre essentielle sur Le Blog documentaire, avec Sandra Gaudenzi. Professeure associée à l’Université des Arts de Londres, Sandra nous propose ici son point de vue sur les productions documentaires interactives dans le monde, en insistant notamment sur différentes manières d’appréhender les webdocumentaires. Elle souligne aussi l’essor du « documentaire mobile »…"


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mirmilla's curator insight, July 10, 2013 3:36 AM

Interesting documentary overview with a special regard for the locative doc.

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The Ideal Transmedia Parallel Production Process

The Ideal Transmedia Parallel Production Process | Webdoc & Formazione | Scoop.it

Gary Hayes:  "Alongside my day job for the past couple of years and various labs and seminars I have been involved in, one thing that keeps coming up is 'why is the process for making multiplatform so complicated" ...


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Molly Large's curator insight, July 5, 2013 11:49 AM

"Writing" occurs in multiple platforms across multiple media styles, and it's all valid. This graphic does a great job of comparing the writing and development process across genres. 

Charlie Dare's curator insight, July 13, 2013 3:36 PM

Useful comparisons and levels of production development ~

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Resurrecting Multimedia from the mire of Transmedia - Journal - mikejones.tv

Resurrecting Multimedia from the mire of Transmedia - Journal - mikejones.tv | Webdoc & Formazione | Scoop.it

"Words come and go, in and out of fashion. And when the topics of discussion are screen-production, screen-media, technology and narrative, words can fall out of fashion very quickly. 

 

Even those words that begin with clear intentions and a desire to be useful descriptors, can quickly be hijacked and malformed into contestants for the ongoing game of buzzword bingo. ‘Transmedia’ is just such a word. With the term ‘Trans’ simply meaning ‘to move’, the notion of Transmedia as “narratives that move across different media-forms”, it’s a perfectly apt description."


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mirmilla's curator insight, June 26, 2013 9:43 AM

An interesting approach ... which can also be considered in the opposite direction from another interesting post of Mediastorm (I Hate ‘Multimedia’ http://bit.ly/12pTiRl)

 

Again, the words are struggling to chase the technological and social innovations.

Cristián Chamblas's curator insight, July 30, 2013 5:59 AM

El impacto del transmedia en la revitalización de otras metodologías de trabajo...

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FlixMaster, liberate your videos from linearity.

FlixMaster, liberate your videos from linearity. | Webdoc & Formazione | Scoop.it
Liberate videos from linearity. Flixmaster is a pioneering interactive video platform that enables anyone to create and share dynamic HTML5 video experiences that inspire and engage viewers.
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Molto interessante per la parte di progettazione, è possibile provarlo gratuitamente.

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Photo Focused: NPR Interactive Documentary Wins Top Multimedia Honors : NPR

Photo Focused: NPR Interactive Documentary Wins Top Multimedia Honors : NPR | Webdoc & Formazione | Scoop.it
Claire O'Neill, multimedia producer and editor of The Picture Show, and Wes Lindamood, from NPR's user experience team, earn high awards for NPR's Multimedia team with "Lost And Found" interactive.

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La radio raccontata con un web documento. Praticamente mi hanno rubato l'idea... 

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Thinking Cinematically in Prezi

Thinking Cinematically in Prezi | Webdoc & Formazione | Scoop.it

Editor’s note: Steve Wishman is a presentation designer at Prezi. Known for creating rich cinematic presentations for TED presenters and Silicon Valley leaders, engineers, startups, and more, Steve comes to Prezi with a lofty but simple goal: to create breathtaking visual stories that help change the world.  


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Prezi realizza presentazioni di grande effetto con il minimo sforzo, ma spesso l'autore non riesce a sfruttare il supporto nel migliore dei modi. Questo post fornisce indicazioni utili e semplici almeno per cominciare nel migliore dei modi.

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Annette Duffy's curator insight, May 26, 2013 9:45 PM

I like Prezi!

LucaVanin's comment, May 27, 2013 12:29 AM
:-) i think Prezi creates two team: who loves it, and who hates it! :-)
Ken Morrison's comment, July 9, 2013 7:59 AM
Thanks for following my topic. Ir eally like what Isee on your site as well!
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Multimedia & Visual Storytelling: The Start of a Conversation, part 3

"This is the third video in a five-part series about multimedia and visual storytelling which talks about how multimedia is being published and distributed. These…"

 

Check out the original site : http://mediastorm.com/blog/2013/04/26/an-in-depth-look-at-multimedia-trends-around-the-world/


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mirmilla's curator insight, May 4, 2013 9:55 AM

Molto interessante anche "Visual Storytelling in the Age of
Post-Industrialist Journalism" (da p. 35) http://bit.ly/15fkSbv 

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interDOC: the first spanish project and platform for the analysis of the interactive documentary - i-Docs

interDOC: the first spanish project and platform for the analysis of the interactive documentary - i-Docs | Webdoc & Formazione | Scoop.it

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Rossellini’s ‘Voyage to Italy,’ With Ingrid Bergman

Rossellini’s ‘Voyage to Italy,’ With Ingrid Bergman | Webdoc & Formazione | Scoop.it
“Voyage to Italy,” with Ingrid Bergman and George Sanders, finally gets its New York Times review 58 years after its American release.

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Non avrà nulla a che fare con i webdoc (anche se la curiosità e la capacità innovativa di Rossellini sarebbero state certo esaltate dall'attuale tecnologia) ma Viaggio in Italia è un film talmente bello e originale che ogni occasione è buona per ricordarlo

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Jan Bergmans's curator insight, May 7, 2013 12:28 AM

Aloha,

 

Zie hieronder een recensie uit the New York Times (d.d. 30 april) van Roberto Rossellini’s klassieke film “Viaggo in Italia” (1954), die de

 

inspiratie was voor “Het Geheim van de Saramacca Rivier” (2007), de derde lange filmproductie van Stichting de Surinaamse Film Academie (SFA),

 

die op maandag 20 mei a.s. met Engelse ondertitels vertoond zal worden in Havana, Cuba, als onderdeel van een workshop/voordracht van

 

ontwerper-regisseur Pim de la Parra voor de filmstudenten van het Instituto Superior de Artes, getiteld: “Low budget filmmaking in the Caribbean”.

 

+  Een Persbericht volgt binnenkort.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

George Sanders and Ingrid Bergman in "Voyage to Italy," directed by Roberto Rossellini.

By A. O. SCOTTPublished: April 30, 2013  FacebookTwitterGoogle+SaveE-mailSharePrintReprints

The 1950s are full of movies that were initially greeted, by critics and audiences, with indifference or derision, only to be hailed as masterpieces in hindsight. “Vertigo,” “The Searchers” and “The Sweet Smell of Success” are among the best-known examples of this kind of revisionism. Another, only slightly less famous, is Roberto Rossellini’s “Viaggio in Italia,” a film so maligned and neglected in 1955, the year of its American release, that it did not receive a review in The New York Times.

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Better late than never. A restored digital version of “Voyage to Italy” (one of several English titles that have been used over the years) begins a nine-day run at Film Forum on Wednesday, which seems as good an occasion as any to update the critical record. As it happens, the treachery of time — the unwelcome intrusion of the past, the empty languor of the present, the terrifying uncertainty of the future — is one of Rossellini’s themes, and part of what makes this film, for all its charming glimpses of a bygone era, feel so unnervingly contemporary.

Its failure no doubt had something to do with the scandal that embroiled the movie’s director and its star, Ingrid Bergman, and also with the ideological volatility of Italian cultural life. In 1948, after seeing “Paisan” and “Rome: Open City,” Bergman wrote Rossellini a letter offering her services if he should “need a Swedish actress who speaks English very well.” While making “Stromboli,” they began an affair that ended both of their marriages and provoked the highly selective moral outrage of the American press. In his own country, Rossellini was attacked less for marital infidelity than for betraying the cause of neorealism, allowing his camera to stray from local social problems to Hollywood stars.

And yet the reality of postwar Italy is very much visible in “Voyage,” as is a strong intimation of the direction of Italian cinema in the coming years. The film follows Katherine and Alex Joyce (Bergman and George Sanders), a British couple who arrive in Naples to sell a piece of property belonging to a recently deceased and highly enigmatic relative known as Uncle Homer. That business transaction is never concluded, and is in any case a distraction from the luxurious stasis that envelops Alex and Katherine, a state that might be described as a blend of ennui and la dolce farniente.

The two languish for a while at a hotel and at Uncle Homer’s villa, where the frosty state of their relations fails to melt in the Mediterranean sun. Katherine spends her days sightseeing in the Museum of Archaeology and experiencing a tremor of anxiety at the Cave of the Cumaean Sibyl. Alexander takes an excursion to Capri, where he flirts and socializes.

Sanders later complained that “the story of the film was never understood at any time, by anyone, least of all the audience when the picture was released.” And he had a point, even though he may have missed Rossellini’s. “Voyage” is not driven by the usual machinery of plot and exposition, but rather by a succession of moods, an emotional logic alternately reflected and obscured by the picturesque surroundings. The rich symbolism of the Italian landscape — the volcanic pools at Vesuvius, the ruins of Pompeii, the vistas that have stirred the imagination of artists at least since Virgil — makes the emptiness of the Joyces’ marriage all the more palpable and painful. Their emotional and spiritual sterility contrasts with the fertility signified by the baby carriages and pregnant women Katherine encounters every time she ventures into Naples, and also by the religious procession of the film’s devastating final scene.

Rossellini’s way of dissolving narrative into atmosphere, of locating drama in the unspoken inner lives of his characters, anticipates some of what Michelangelo Antonioni would do a few years later in “L’Avventura.” “Voyage to Italy” is thus in the vanguard of what Pauline Kael would disparagingly call “come-dressed-as-the-sick-soul-of-Europe parties.” Some of us will never tire of those soirees, with their black-tied gloom and elegant suffering, and will therefore relish the beauty and melancholy of this voyage, along with its touristic snapshots and heart-tugging Neapolitan songs.

The Joyces, though their manners and modes of dress mark them as creatures of another, perhaps more refined age, are immediately recognizable in their loneliness, their cynicism and their thwarted desire to connect and to feel. It may be too late. “Voyage to Italy” takes place in a series of simultaneous aftermaths — of World War II, of a glorious ancient civilization, of Uncle Homer’s wild life, of whatever passion once united Katherine and Alex. And yet amid all this exhaustion it finds signs of vitality. In its time, this film represented the arrival of something new, and even now it can feel like a bulletin from the future.

Voyage to Italy

Opens on Wednesday in Manhattan.

Directed by Roberto Rossellini; written by Vitaliano Brancati and Roberto Rossellini; director of photography, Enzo Serafin; edited by Jolanda Benvenuti; music by Renzo Rossellini; set design by Piero Filippone; costumes by Fernanda Gattinoni; produced by Adolfo Fossataro, Alfredo Guarini, Roberto Rossellini, Sveva-Junior and Italiafilm-SEC; released by Janus Films. At Film Forum, 209 West Houston Street, west of Avenue of the Americas, South Village. Running time: 1 hour 37 minutes. This film is not rated.

WITH: Ingrid Bergman (Katherine Joyce), George Sanders (Alexander Joyce), Maria Mauban (Marie), Anna Proclemer (the Prostitute), Paul Müller (Paul Dupont), Leslie Daniels (Tony Burton), Natalia Ray (Natalie Burton) and Jackie Frost (Betty).

 A version of this review appeared in print on May 1, 2013, on page C6 of the New York edition with the headline: Revisiting a Rossellini Classic to Find Resonances of Today.

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How To Convert Prezi Presentations To YouTube Videos

How To Convert Prezi Presentations To YouTube Videos | Webdoc & Formazione | Scoop.it

Anyone who has used the Prezi platform would know that creating a Prezi and uploading it to Prezi.com is easy enough, however when it comes to converting it to a YouTube video, there seems to be no native method of doing so.

 

While you can convert PowerPoint to video formats using a native PowerPoint feature, the same cannot be said for the Prezi application.

 

However, you can convert Prezi to YouTube by using a workaround.

 

 


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SchoolandUniversity's comment, May 10, 2013 10:11 PM
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Rocío Villar Polo's comment, May 13, 2013 4:25 PM
Thanks for your interest and for comment.
Julio Vizcarra's curator insight, August 17, 2013 11:54 PM

Lo probaremos...