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Catherine Hainstock

educational content on ASO - Australia's audio and visual heritage online - 3 views

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    'Developed by Education Services Australia through The Le@rning Federation, the education collection is designed to help teachers and students make the most of the wide range of moving image resources on the site. The clips in this collection are accompanied by teachers' notes created by specialist curriculum writers. Expert curators' notes also provide useful background material.' Clips are organised under headings such as 'war', 'identity and culture', 'sport and health'...a treasure trove!
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    Film clips are accompanied by teacher notes, as well as information from curators.
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    Thanks for sharing this link, I've marked this assignment as complete on Lore for you.
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    "Developed by Education Services Australia through The Le@rning Federation, the education collection is designed to help teachers and students make the most of the wide range of moving image resources on the site. The clips in this collection are accompanied by teachers' notes created by specialist curriculum writers. Expert curators' notes also provide useful background material. Clips in this collection have been selected for their educational value and any clips that are considered potentially disturbing carry clear classification warnings."
Shona Cornwall

Home - British Pathé - 0 views

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    This amazing site has a wealth of interesting material. "About Us: British Pathé is one of the oldest media companies in the world. Their roots lie in 1890s Paris where their founder, Charles Pathé, pioneered the development of the moving image. They were established in London in 1902, and by 1910 were producing their famous bi-weekly newsreel the Pathé Gazette. After the First World War they started producing various Cinemagazines as well. By 1930 they were producing the Gazette, the Pathetone Weekly, the Pathé Pictorial and Eve's Film Review, covering entertainment, culture and womens' issues. By the time Pathé finally stopped producing the cinema newsreel in 1970 they had accumulated 3500 hours of filmed history amounting to over 90,000 individual items. Over the last 30 years this material has been used extensively around the world in television programmes, home videos, advertisments, corporate productions and, most recently, in web publishing."
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    Fantastic site I'd forgotten about. Thanks for sharing with the group, I've marked Assignment 2 as complete on Lore for you.
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