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		 British Universities
Film & Video Council
moving image and sound, knowledge and access			
Encoding & Teaching with Educational Video courses
BUFVC courses are delivered by expert practitioners in the field of moving image and sound and include practical advice, the chance to discuss specific work-related issues and the opportunity to meet like-minded professionals.

Teach and Design Educational Video Successfully
Tuesday 12 June 2012 I Central London
Focusing on what to teach and how to teach on video, this course will help participants consolidate skills in choosing appropriate teaching functions for video presentation and in designing pedagogically effective videos.
Following the course participants will be able to: 
- Understand video design principles
- Be able to design pedagogically effective videos.
- Appreciate when video is the most effective medium in teaching
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Encoding Digital Video for Streaming and Network Delivery - Introduction
Wednesday 4 July 2012 I Central London
An introduction to digitising moving images for online delivery, including guidance on solving issues encountered in the process.
Attendees will gain an understanding of:
- Copyright status and educational exceptions
- Content - producing new or reusing existing
- Analogue and digital formats, telecine transfer
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Encoding Digital Video for Streaming and Network Delivery - Advanced
Thursday 5 July 2012 I Central London 
This course offers greater technical insight into the challenges involved with digitising moving images for online delivery.
Attendees will gain an understanding of:
- System software and file formats
- Storage and networking
- Server technology, backing up and archiving
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For further information regarding BUFVC courses visit the BUFVC website or send Sarah an email.


British Universities
Film & Video Council
77 Wells Street
London W1T 3QJ
tel: 020 7393 1512
fax: 020 7393 1555
moving image and sound,
knowledge and access
Need more information? 
Contact Sarah Allen: 
T: 0207 393 1512
E: email




‘I’ve never heard the theory behind what we do laid out so clearly before – really useful.’ Hannah	Davies, University of Derby attended Teach and Design Educational Video Successfully


‘Excellent presenters who obviously had good knowledge and were enthusiastic.’ 
Rich Coleman, Exeter College attended Encoding (Introductory)






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