Through the lens of the Youth Camera Team

The OEB 2014 Youth Camera Team This year, VIDEO EDUCA ran its first Youth Camera Team project, inviting a group of eight students from a local college to plan, film and edit a short video which reflected their impressions of the conference, entirely from t...
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Revealing the Video Rucksack

If you thought making a high quality learning video involved a truckload of equipment and a full film crew, think again. The Video Rucksack contains everything you need to make professional quality videos. &...
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Back to the Future

Children learn to use the telephone. Image: ITN Source archive footage If you have watched the OEB 2014 Trailer you may have been intrigued by some of the archive clips we used. We had a fascinating time lo...
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Learning the language of video

Adam filming for the BBC in Southern Iraq From Hollywood to YouTube, watching movies will make your learning videos more engaging and effective. That’s the message Adam Salkeld, filmmaker and media executive, will highlight in this year’s VIDEO EDUCA Maste...
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Learning to love the camera

At ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN in 2011, renowned e-learning expert Jay Cross declared that “video is the new language of learning”. Video has since become one of the most ubiquitous and effective online learning tools....

Learning the language of film

Back in the bad old days – by which I mean the 1990s – video education in the UK was a surreal experience. The learning programmes used in schools were re-runs of series from twenty years before, often lovingly recorded on VHS by teachers, in the middle of...