13 August 2010
JISC Digital Media in conjunction with the Virtual Training Suite (VTS) have launched two new online tutorials: Internet for Audio Resources and Internet for Video and Moving Images. The free to use tutorials have been designed to assist staff and students within the education sector to locate audio and video for use in both teaching and learning.
Created as part of the Virtual Training Suite the tutorials have been funded by JISC Advance.
Dave Kilbey, Training Coordinator at JISC Digital Media said, “the emphasis of the tutorials is on finding copyright cleared resources, which are available free of charge; facilitating users with quick, hassle-free access to a vast range of online audio and video resources.”
These two new tutorials follow the launch 22 months ago of the very successful Internet for Image Searching tutorial.
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For further information about JISC Digital Media’s services please visit: www.jiscdigitalmedia.ac.uk
A JISC Advance service, JISC Digital Media, based at the University of Bristol, exists to help the UK’s FE and HE communities embrace and maximise the use of digital media - and to achieve solutions that are innovative, practical and cost effective.
The Virtual Training Suite (VTS), based at the University of Bristol, consists of over 60 free online training tutorials designed to help those within the education sector find the best web resources for their studies and research.