RSC Northwest's Post-16 TV on Livestream.
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John Dalziel's insight:
This month's loop, of 32 min includes...
- an overview of events coming up in June and beyond,
- a video about creating a Google Customised Search Engine,
- a CPD clip about Google Maps how to Create Placemarks, Layers & Polygons- and
- links to ACLjohn's Resources.
I hope you find something of use/interest; I'm always open to constructive suggestions :-)
An interesting resource for history/social studies/media classes or English Language Arts/Reading classes to put the period of a book, that is being read, into perspective for learners.
- Select a year and view videos from that year
- sports, and/or video games, and/or commercials, and/or current events, and/or television, and/or movies, and/or music from a specific year
- click refresh, and TRAVEL THROUGH TIME.
YTTM lets users voyage to whatever year they pick.
Note: clips tend to be mainly from the USA.
TechTalks.tv is making it very easy to publish, search and learn from slide-based videos; all this enables learning providers to share educational content on the web.
TechTalks.tv is a new service that is designed for publishing slides that are synchronized with videos.
Judging from the demonstrations on the site, TechTalks.tv is ideal for matching video of a live presenter (learner or practitioner) with the presenter's slides. On one side of the screen viewers (learners, colleagues etc.) can watch the video and on the other side they can view the slides with the same timing they would have experienced had they been there for a live presentation.
Users can also fast-forward through the slides if they wish.
SchoolsWorld is a multimedia platform, that has risen from the ashes of TeachersTV and set up by the company who ran Teachers TV, Ten Alps plc.
SchoolsWorld provides an array of films, games and information to help improve the learning experience for all.
SchoolsWorld looks to encourage businesses to play a key part in the education system with their in-depth knowledge, expertise and experience in such a wide range of subjects, such as...
There are many resources including these vocationalvideo clips that FE and Skills Practitioners willfind usefull.
Know the News on Link TV allows learners to create their own short news clips.
On Know the News learners can access Link TV's library of news and mix them together to create a unique news show.
Link TV's news library contains segments from major news outlets around the world.
Text narrations can be added using the video text editor.
After previewing the video it can be published on the Know the News network.
A tool for teaching about media bias, accuracy in news reporting, and global perspectives of specific events.
Livestation is a free software that lets you watch live television and radio broadcasts through a desktop player on your PC, Mac or Linux computer. LiveStation focuses on news channels making it an excellent choice for following the latest news online. The channels can be also watched on Livestation website, but the desktop player presents all of them through an easily accessible interface.