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The Learning on Screen Awards celebrate and reward excellence in the use of moving image and related media in learning, teaching and research.
All shortlisted entries will be showcased at the Learning on Screen Awards ceremony at the BFI Southbank on Thursday 26 April 2012 in front of industry professionals and education specialists.
This year the categories include:
Student Production Awards sponsored by Avid
Outstanding productions, on any theme, made by students as part of a course or training activity. Winners receive Avid Media Composer 5 software.
General Education Awards
Content delivered as general factual and documentary production that is judged to be valuable for use in learning (broadcast, non-broadcast & multimedia).
Courseware & Curriculum Awards
Content created for use among specific target groups of students who need to obtain particular knowledge and skills or who are at a specific stage in a course of learning.
Education In-house Production Award NEW 2012
This category relates to a non-broadcast production by an individual, team or unit that is permanently employed by a qualifying education institution (either HE, FE or school).
For more information regarding the categories click here: www.bufvc.ac.uk/learningonscreen
Entry deadline: Monday 28 November 2011
For qualifying period and information on how to enter please view Learning on Screen Awards 2012: www.bufvc.ac.uk/learningonscreen
Please note: the Award entry period is opening and closing earlier than in previous years. Do not miss your chance to enter!
For more information
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visit the BUFVC website: www.bufvc.ac.uk/learningonscreen
tel: 020 7393 1512
British Universities Film & Video Council
77 Wells Street, London W1T 3QJ
tel: 020 7393 1500 · fax: 020 7393 1555 · bufvc.ac.uk
The BUFVC is a limited company registered in England (no. 955348) and registered as a charity (no. 313582)