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New Media, Civic Media
http://mitworld.mit.edu/video/676
New Media, Civic Media .. panel discussion at MIT
As old media die, new forms are emerging, but it’s not clear they will serve such vital civic functions as “helping people form publics,” as Pat Aufderheide puts it.
These panelists point to promising experiments in “Public Media 2.0,” but caution that new media are not guaranteed to shore up democracy or invigorate public culture.
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Common Sense Media
http://www.commonsensemedia.org
Common Sense Media is dedicated to improving the media and entertainment lives of kids and families.
We exist because media and entertainment profoundly impact the social, emotional, and physical development of our nation's children. As a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization, we provide trustworthy information and tools, as well as an independent forum, so that families can have a choice and a voice about the media they consume.
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History of Broadcast Media in Australia
http://www.fromwirelesstoweb.com.au/
From Wireless to Web : History of Broadcast Media in Australia
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Media Studies in the UK
http://www.english1.org.uk/media.htm
Media Studies in the UK : Approved content provider for the National Grid for Learning
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Shambles Video Online Area : List of Websites
http://www.shambles.net/pages/school/videoOL/
Shambles Video Online : List of Websites
This area has a list of sources of videos and movies online ... many of them free or open source ... not to be missed for media studies students
There is one website where students can also submit / publish their own movies for showing to the public (for free)
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Newspapers in the Classroom
http://nieonline.com/
Newspapers in the Classroom
NIE Online provides online lesson plans and other innovative materials for use on NIE websites to provide valuable newspaper-oriented resources to teachers through the Internet.
These resources help build repeat traffic to NIE websites and provide greater exposure to your programs, special offers.
Tap the wealth of information in your newspaper as a teaching tool.
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Newspapers in English Teaching
http://www.putlearningfirst.com/news/index.html
Newspapers in English Teaching
Newspapers are a really useful resource for English teachers - they're cheap, disposable, constantly renewed, always topical, are mainly a written medium, have features which fit perfectly into several UK National Curriculum targets
Reading: show understanding of the ways in which meaning and information are conveyed ... select and synthesise a range of information from a variety of sources ...
ICT: organise, refine and present information in different forms and styles for specific purposes and audiences ... select information needed for different purposes ...
Writing: appropriate choices of style in a variety of forms ... paragraphing and correct punctuation are used to make the sequence of events or ideas coherent and clear ...
All of these can be easily worked on using newspapers either online or on paper and the following structured exercises can either stand alone or be a first stage towards examining real newspapers and ultimately writing your own.
Try the following lessons which are suitable for Years 7-11 and ideal for mixed ability Year 9. .....
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Top 100 Leading Media Companies USA
http://adage.com/article/datacenter-media/100-leading-media-companies/106352/
Top 100 Leading Media Companies USA
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Editorial Cartoons in the Classroom
http://712educators.about.com/cs/edcartoons/a/edcartoons.htm
Editorial Cartoons in the Classroom - Adding Humor to Your Lessons
Teachers know the value of a good laugh, but for many of us, adding humor to a lesson is tough.
Fortunately, students don't expect great humor in their lessons and they do respond quite well to cartoons. Adding cartoons to your lessons is now easier than ever because so many are available on the Internet. You will find them quickly using the resources gathered in Cartoons in the Classroom.
cartoons | fun | media | studies | news |
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Film Education website
http://www.filmeducation.org/
Welcome to the Film Education website which has been created for primary and secondary teachers and students using film across the UK National curriculum.
Our aim is to encourage and promote the study of film and cinema within the Curriculum. In supporting teachers, Film Education aims to give pupils the opportunity to analyse and evaluate a wide range of Media, including film.
Study resources include film specific study guides, generic study guides, television programmes, study videos, CD-ROMs and educational internet pages, plus an information pack for cinema managers working with their local schools.
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Advertising Age's 50 Best Commercials
http://adage.com/latestnews/
Advertising Age editors holed up in a windowless conference room reviewing hundreds of TV commercials from the past half-century. Just as agencies pursue greatness in their craft, we were pursuing the greatest of the great- the 50 Best TV spots of the past 50 years.
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Assessment in media education
http://mediasmarts.ca/
Why is assessment important in media education?
Media education is a subject that seems to be constantly under threat for its existence. There are many reasons for these threats:
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Transparency
http://www.transparencynow.com/
...a web site that tries to make things clear.
Transparency is based on the idea that all media, politics, and popular culture -- and ultimately all aspects of personality -- can be opened up to our view and understanding. The site interprets and critiques movies and television, news and political rhetoric, theme parks and advertising, computer games and the Internet, and other creations of contemporary culture.
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Advertisements Access
http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/adaccess/
images and database information for over 7,000 advertisements printed in U.S. and Canadian newspapers and magazines between 1911 and 1955. Ad*Access concentrates on five main subject areas: Radio, Television, Transportation, Beauty and Hygiene, and World War II,
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Cyber Film School
http://www.filmunderground.com/
Study of film and video ... this site is halfway between the fan type of site and the academic.
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IMDb
http://www.us.imdb.com/
The Internet Movie Database ... recommended
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Fonts
http://www.webreference.com/dlab/9802/
If you want to find out about Fonts... their design, evolution etc...
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The Roland Collection
http://www.rolandcollection.com/films/
The Roland Collection is the work of 230 film makers from 25 different countries. This web page has over 7.5 hours of Real Video(TM) available for free (okay... so you have to pay for the internet connection time)
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