New Media Literacies website

Posted by jerry on February 21st, 2007 — Posted in Journal, New media, Technology, Writing

MIT’s New Media Literacies website is integrating new media into education for K-12 students. The site  makes good use of participatory technologies – blogs, Flickr, and so on to stimulate students. And it showcases free videos and student activities. One of the best introductions I’ve seen to video-blogging or vblogs is the tutorial by Steve Garfield, John Barth, Jason Crow and Four Eyed Monsters on Flickr

vblog tutorial

The series includes:

  • Welcome to videoblogging
  • Is videoblogging news?
  • basic production
  • Community and conversation
  • Film making2.0
  • Ethics and Ownership
  • Vlogs as citizen media

It’s well worth a visit 🙂

Thanks to Beth’s Blog for the link.
Cheers
Jerry

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Comment by Beth

Your welcome! Great stuff on this site.

Posted on February 21, 2007 at 1:18 pm

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