Cultura de massa no Século XXI (Mass Culture in the XXI Century)
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Cultura de massa no Século XXI (Mass Culture in the XXI Century)
Um olhar sobre os fenômenos culturais do século XXI
(A look at the cultural phenomena of the XXI Century)
Curated by Rogério Rocha
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The Future of Everything: Inside the MIT Media Lab on Bloomberg Television

The Future of Everything: Inside the MIT Media Lab on Bloomberg Television | Cultura de massa no Século XXI (Mass Culture in the XXI Century) | Scoop.it

"The Future of Everything" Nice feature from Bloomberg on the Media Lab's most innovative projects, the "rogues" that keep our approach to innovation fresh, and the added value of counterintuitive ideas


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11 Reasons Every Educator Needs a Video Strategy

11 Reasons Every Educator Needs a Video Strategy | Cultura de massa no Século XXI (Mass Culture in the XXI Century) | Scoop.it
Any educator who wants to take advantage of the benefits video can have in the classroom needs to create and implement a video strategy.

Check out this article for 11 reasons why you should think about using videos in your classroom. What do videos offer?

* Online and open source - with many sources to choose from

* Accessibility - another method for students to learn and to review/retain/remember information (and many sites provide transcripts also)

* Visual learners - some students learn better with visuals

An additional 8 reasons are provided in the post.


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Collaborative Video Editing on the Go: Adobe Anywhere

Collaborative Video Editing on the Go: Adobe Anywhere | Cultura de massa no Século XXI (Mass Culture in the XXI Century) | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Adobe Anywhere is a cloud-based video editing suite tapping into the power and features of Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects and Prelude.

 

Your original video files are uploaded online and form there on you and your team can collaboratvley work without ever neededing to send or transfer large files.

 

Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Prelude, which will need to be updated before they can be used with Anywhere, will be able to operate in standalone mode or in a collaborative fashion with the new  Adobe software. In standalone mode, you use project files stored on your local machine/computer as you would with previous versions of these applications. For collaborative workflows, you log into Adobe Anywhere, and then can use shared assets along and work with others on your production team who also are using Adobe Anywhere.

 

Adobe Anywhere supports most formats that Adobe Premiere natively supports including HD, SD, DV formats and more. For a complete list, see http://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/kb/supported-file-formats-premiere-pro.html ;

 

Features: http://success.adobe.com/microsites/adobeanywhere/features.html

Video demo: http://tv.adobe.com/watch/adobe-anywhere/introducing-adobe-anywhere-for-video/

 

More info: http://success.adobe.com/microsites/adobeanywhere.html

 

 


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Google Cultural Institute - Preserve and Promote Culture Online

Google Cultural Institute - Preserve and Promote Culture Online | Cultura de massa no Século XXI (Mass Culture in the XXI Century) | Scoop.it

Google continues to expand their offerings, this time with the Google Cultural Institute, with the goal of preserving and promoting culture online. The Institute has just "opened" with 42 exhibits that explore a wide variety of events from 1905 - 2008. The site is "to provide a visually rich and interactive online experience for telling cultural stories in new ways. Discover exhibits by expert curators, find artifacts, view photographs, read original manuscripts, watch videos, and more."


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Public Domain Films

Public Domain Films | Cultura de massa no Século XXI (Mass Culture in the XXI Century) | Scoop.it

The Public Domain Review showcases a growing  collection of films (no total number available is listed), mainly from the Internet Archive, which are now, because of time, in the public domain (free of copyright). Categories include : Clips · Shorts · Silent Features · Talkie Features Animation · Comedy · Drama · Thriller/Noir · Horror · Fantasy/Adventure · Documentary · Ephemeral. the films can be also be filtered by decade/period ( from pre-1900 - 1960s). Each film is supported by useful notes and comments which will be helpful for further research.

 

I would suggest if you are remixing video this would be an excellent source from which to draw content. It also features a very early remix - Charles A. Ridley's Nazi Style Lambeth Walk.

 

This is an interesting collection of historical films, many of which can be downloaded from the website. Very useful for film and media studies courses and possibly some other topics as well (e.g. musical composition for film).

 

Two suggestions:  (1) that the film thumbnails have a note showing the time duration of the movie or video clip - I always like to know how long an item is before I build a learning activity around it. (2) that the website has 'total films available' information somewhere (e.g. in the 'about' page).  

 

Thanks to theo kuechel for curating this resource.

 

My rating: 8.5/10


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Instructional and Educational Videos, Animated Explanations, - Explania

Instructional and Educational Videos, Animated Explanations, - Explania | Cultura de massa no Século XXI (Mass Culture in the XXI Century) | Scoop.it
Watch hundreds of animated explanations, interactive tutorials, animations and instructional videos, and feel free to embed them on your own web pages.

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