The European Video for ALL educational project is a European project that will bring together all current methodologies, ideas and innovative practices to teach and learn languages by integrating digital video.
theo kuechel's insight:
Teachers may be interested in joining, or following this language focused video project, which involves partners from six EU countries. As well as some examples of different 'types' of educational video the project shares a comprehensive curated repository of useful video resources including, amongst others; papers and articles, web resources, and social media spaces.
It's early days and I look forward to seeing more examples of the student produced videos,
A Gateway to film heritage in Europe.Discover, experience, locate, use and share films, photos, posters, reviews, letters and other materials from European film archives and cinémathèques.,...
Excellent complementary site to EUscreen includes documents, slides and posters as well as archive films. A treasure trove of European moving image history, should prove of great value to many educators including History, Language. Media and Art teachers.
An interactive experience around the story of an unlikely friendship during the First World War.
Just uploaded by Europeana this stunning interactive video remix shows the potential of HTML5 video for creating learning assets. It seamlessly weaves video, images, texts and websites in English and German.
The viducate network - an initiative to promote video education across all educational sectors in Europe
Our vision is: "Viducate is concerned with the development of active citizenship in intercultural contexts at all levels of formal and informal education. Video and multimedia form the core of this non-prescriptive pedagogy of production in the information society."
Excellent to see another example of cross cultural collaboration in this important field. Viducate offers reports, newsletters conferences, workshops and hosts a community of practice.
OntoGame’s goal is to build games, (some with You Tube videos) that can be used to create semantic content.
Because this process often can not be solved automatically, it requires the help of humans. Games are a good way to wrap up and hide thecomplex process of semantic content creation and can attract a great number of people. Check out our games here!
In cooperation with the INSEMTIVES project we develop several casual games for adults and children likewise that should encourage the creation of semantic content.
Browse through decades of digitised television and film content made available by 18 European audiovisual archives. The portal offers free access to videos, stills, texts and rich metadata, covering major events in Europe (and beyond) as well as providing insights into how people in Europe have lived for over the last sixty years
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