Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Finding and Using Audio-Visual Media in Further and Higher Education

Tuesday 16th May 2006: 11am – 4.30pm
Venue: BUFVC, 77 Wells Street, London, W1T 3QJ
Presented by BUFVC specialists Luke McKernan, Sergio Angelini, Murray Weston, Nick Townend and Markeda Cole.
The course programme offers:
  • Practical sessions on the use of audio-visual media in Further and Higher Education
  • An exploration of forms of delivery of audio-visual media – film, video, DVD, audio, CDs, streamed/ downloadable media
  • An insight into the processes of recording of television and radio programmes off-air under licence
  • An understanding of UK copyright with an explanation of exceptions – includes a question and answer session
  • A look at BUFVC services such as HERMES, TRILT and the Moving Image Gateway, and how they are of value to Further and Higher education
  • Information on using the Internet to access moving image resources
Participants will have the opportunity to view the BUFVC's facilities and network with colleagues from other institutions.
This course is suitable for a general audience of those involved in teaching and learning processes. It will be of particular interest to teachers, researchers, librarians, audio-visual and IT service providers in further and higher education institutions.
For more information on this course and other one day courses and workshops please visit our website at or contact Nancy Prall at or on 0207 393 1512.