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Moving Image Source

If you enjoy films, you will probably be delighted to learn about the Moving Image Source website. Created by the people at the Museum of the Moving Image, the site contains interviews and articles with film critics, filmmakers, and other commentators. The site contains four primary areas: "Articles", "Calendar", "Dialogues", and "Research Guide." The "Articles" area contains guided tours through...
Knight Digital Media Center: Maps Tutorials

The Knight Digital Media Center produces a range of media tools designed to assist journalists and other storytellers with their work and projects. This site of tools is designed to help people get started with using maps in their various publications and presentations. The presentations here include "Map Mashup Resources", "Google Map Basics", "Embedding Map Mashups" and "Map Mashups:...
Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling

How is digital storytelling different than just plain old storytelling? Digital storytelling utilizes computer-based tools to tell stories, which is the key difference. The method is not so new, as it has been going on in earnest for two decades. This particular manifestation of digital storytelling is part of the University of Houston, and it contains a primer on the subject (the How To section),...
School of Open

The School of Open offers free online courses, face-to-face workshops, and training programs on topics that loosely gather around the subject of openness - in education, research, and science. Typical topics include Creative Commons licenses (what they are and how to use them), open educational resources, and how to utilize and share creative works. Interested readers can register for Facilitated...
The Digital Citizenship+ Resource Platform (DCPR)

Developed and maintained by the Youth and Media team at Harvard's Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, the Digital Citizenship+ Resource Platform (DCPR; formerly called the Digital Literacy Resource Platform) works with a variety of stakeholders including young people, educators, researchers, and practitioners to co-design resources and tools focused on the digital world. With a variety...
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