ATiT met its partners from the REC:all project in a final face-to-face meeting on 20 and 21 June at the Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, in Spain. REC:all is a transnational learning technology project supported by the European Commission under the Lifelong Learning Programme and 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.
An important part of the meeting focused on the review of the 3 different reports that REC:all will publish by the end of the project (December 2013): a Pedagogy Guide, which describes how to use lecture-capture solutions at universities in a good didactic way. The second report, the Technology Guide, will give an insight into different technological trends and will provide an overview of the most important lecture-capture service providers. The third document is a Legal Guide focusing on the legal aspect, for example copyright and intellectual property right issues.
A final REC:all workshop will be organised as a pre-conference event before the Media & Learning Conference on 11 December where the community of practitioners together with lecture capture suppliers will come together to discuss the latest issues, needs and developments in the field. After the official end of the project in December 2013 the REC:all community website will stay active for at least 2 years and also after this period there are plans to find a new context to continue the exchange of information amongst European practitioners in the form of a Special Interest Group in the recently launched Media & Learning Association. This group is made up of practitioners, suppliers, teachers, developers, educational technologists and others who share an interest and experience in the field of lecture capture and video for learning.
Today ATiT published the 7th issue of this year's Media & Learning News, containing articles announcing Paolo Celot to assist EU Member States on Media Literacy, and a call for articles on Design for Learning Spaces and Innovative Classrooms.
Also don't miss the feature articles “A Teacher's View on Learning Analytics: Controlling the Data or Being Controlled by Data?” written by Erik Woning (Kennisnet) and “106 ideas for a media literacy lesson and it's only the beginning!” by Dorota Górecka, the Modern Poland Foundation, as well as “Doing Lecture Recordings Well” by Chan Lay Kock, Chua Chet Siew & Daniel Tan (Centre for Excellence for Learning & Teaching). Among many other interesting articles, you will also find out about the pre-conference events at the Media & Learning Conference.
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Yesterday ATiT published the April Issue of Media & Learning News, which covers news about the Global Forum for Partnerships on Media and Information Literacy (GFPMIL), the VideoMuseums project and Art hopping supported by the Roland Film Collection and ICOM.
Feature articles include 'Collaborative game making: the magical touch' by Jeffrey Earp (ITD-CNR), 'Do-it-yourself video lectures at KU Leuven (2)' by Roman Verraest (KU Leuven) and 'Heads up for Video Editing in the Cloud - part 4' by Mathy Vanbuel, ATiT.
Furthermore, this month's issue also announces the interesting conference themes for the Media & Learning Conference 2013, plus plenty of other news, notifications and announcements related to the use of media in education and training. Read it here now.
Today ATiT published the last issue of this year of the monthly publication Media & Learning News. Highlights in this month's issue include a new publication on teachers’ use of social media networks, news that MEDEA Awards winners were announced in Brussels, and Media & Learning 2013 confirms its 2012 conference dates: 12-13 December!
Feature articles include 'Media literacy: key to coping in today’s media and communications environment' by Brian O'Neill, Dublin Institute of Technology; 'Estonian schools joined together to form a joint lecture capture network around Echo360' by Marko Puusaar, EITF; and 'The experiences of Zaffiria' by Alessandra Falconi, Centro Zaffiria.
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Last Friday 30 November 2012 ATiT published the November 2012 edition of the Virtual Schools and Colleges Newsletter with a variety of articles, events and reports related to the use of ICT in secondary and post-secondary education for 14-21 year olds in Europe and elsewhere.
This newsletter is created and published in the framework of the VISCED project which is carrying out a systematic review of virtual schools and colleges at international and national levels including a study into operational examples of fully virtual schools and colleges.
In this month's issue you will find feature articles on Digital Vertigo: How Today's Online Social Revolution Is Dividing, Diminishing, and Disorienting Us; and The “POLI” mark: New technologies for university teaching. Also don't miss the news on New MEDEA Association founded; a Webinar on integrating media education schemes and approaches in the classroom; and an announcement that the Digital Learning Congress takes place in Warsaw on 9 November.
Furthermore feature articles question Is there a future for 3D immersive education environments? and discuss Social media networks in schools and in teachers' lives; plus plenty of other news, notifications and announcements related to the use of media in education and training.
Highlights in the September issue of Media & Learning News include the MEDEA Awards deadline on 17 September, and feature articles on Active learning supported by "flipping the classroom" and EUscreen's newly announced tool: the virtual exhibition builder.
In this issue you will also read about the 2012 edition of the NMC Horizon Project Report, discover tips to develop an educational media workshop to fit every need and of course plenty of other news, notifications and announcements related to the use of media in education and training.
This issue is available in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Polish.
ATiT, as dissemination partner in the MEDEA2020 project, has published the August newsletter of Media & Learning News, a free publication for teachers and those interested in media-based learning. Highlights in this month's newsletter include Our Everyday Lives TV with participatory film and media-based projects with marginalised young people in the UK, as well as MyMobile, an European project on mobile learning in adult education.
You can also read more about how a university is using web lectures in the first year of Health Studies (PACES) in France, find out about a competition for apps and mobile games, the EUscreen Conference Television Heritage and the Web, and how Team Record Gold invades London. Plenty of other news, notifications and announcements related to the use of media in education and training can be found in the August issue.
This month's issue includes feature articles by guest authors about the MILID Week In Barcelona highlights the importance of Media Literacy, How do you imagine Europe in 2111 and the Google Art Project.
Other news announces the Media Education Summit in September in Bournemouth, UK, the International Media Education Conference in Russia and the OER Congress, plus plenty of other news, notifications and announcements related to the use of media in education and training.
The June issue of Media & Learning News was published this week, highlighting the MIT-K12 student-produced educational video project, feature articles about On Air, a European project on media education, as well as about transLectures.
Other articles include an announcement of a free MEDEAnet webinar on games in the classroom, a call for papers to PATCH2012MM and an announcement of 60 second science video competition plus plenty of other news, notifications and announcements related to the use of media in education and training. Read it here now.