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Live online Friday 02 May 2014 at 11:30
On Friday 2nd May starting at 11.30 Jisc Digital Media will be hosting a one hour webinar on Implementing a Digital Media System to enhance Teaching and Learning. The session will showcase examples of identifying, establishing, maintaining and using both third party and in house repository systems.
- Sarah Sherman, BLE Service Manager, The Bloomsbury Group
- Ian Peppiatt, AV/IT Adviser, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance
- Kevan Scade, Learning Technologist, Glasgow Clyde College
This webinar is suitable for institutions looking to establish a repository to deliver digital media content, as well as for those that have already started this process and are looking for examples of use within teaching and learning.
The webinar is a free event.
We look forward to welcoming you to the session.
WHO should participate?
Anyone who works in UK further education (FE) or higher education (HE) who would like help with digital media. If you are unsure how to create podcasts, need to improve your image capture, have to digitise that stack of VHS tapes under your desk or want to use digital media for teaching and learning, then these sessions are for you.
HOW does it work?
Register for the upcoming webinar and we'll send you a confirmation and the relevant links. On the day, once you have joined the session (allow approx. 10-15 mins.), introduce yourself and then sit back and enjoy the proceedings. You can ask us questions at any point using the text chat tool. You will need speakers or a headset to listen to us.
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