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- Centre for the Study of Children, Youth and Media
The Centre for the Study of Children, Youth and Media is based at the Institute of Education, University of London, the UK’s leading graduate school of education. The Centre undertakes research and consultancies, holds conferences and public seminars, organises networks of researchers and practitioners, supervises graduate students, publishes books and reports, and works with other institutions, nationally and internationally.
This site is for teachers, students and anyone else who's interested in media and moving image education in primary, secondary, further and informal education.
- Media Action Projects
This Dutch site provides texts about the use of video in education with methodologies related to visual anthropology, qualitative research and communicative action according to Jürgen Habermas' "Theory of Communicative Action".
- in the picture
"in the picture" is a UK-based magazine for media teachers, mainly, but not exclusively in secondary, further and adult education.
- Independent Radio Drama Productions
Independent Radio Drama Productions started in 1987 and was a non profit making company. It's ambition was to promote the value of radio drama and to expand opportunities for writers new to radio. On the website you find texts and links about radio drama.
- Engage! InterAct
MCS is a 'meta-index' to internet-based resources useful in the academic study of media and communication.
- Media Educ
This 'online observatory' for media education practice and research in Europe is a bilingual (French/English) site which is run by and for media educators in Europe.
- DV in Education
On these pages you can discuss with other like minded people the uses and potential of using Digital Video in Education. You will also find articles and reviews related to digital video.
Russian websites in English language:
- Russian Association for Film & Media Education
- Media Education in Russia
- Russian Association for Film & Media Education on the Russian Ministry of
Education & Science web portal
Besuchen Sie die Projekt-Plattform des European MediaCulture-Online Projekts (Emac-Projekte)