10 October, 2014

Video for All

I heard recently about the Video for All project funded by the European Union. Their website aims to provide examples of how videos are used in language learning. This is a great initiative, and a wonderful opportunity to share resources. 

For example, Ms Parrot and Harumi Kaga now have access to Camtasia software, thanks to the generosity of TechSmith, and we are hoping to develop some very short teaching videos to add to the English for Uni website. These could then be shared on Video for All.

Maybe you could comment on your own favourite language teaching videos and give us some ideas of what works best for you? Is there a particular length that you prefer, or a teaching style you like? What do you think about the Ms Parrot series? Please let us know your thoughts!

1 comment:

  1. This is a great European project, that is bringing together all the ways and idea that video can be used in language learning.

    The resources are still being developed and added to the site but you can join as an Associate Partner, see more here: https://app.box.com/s/x6w83aua351vtioxgkkr

    Project Partner