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Videos created by the Arts Faculty E-Squad, Lisa Lavender and Robert O'Toole.

Name Description
Age of Stupid
Collaborative tagging and search in History The History Department created a keyword tagging schema, to be used to tag their Sitebuilder content. This was a collaborative effort, strongly supported by the Chair of the department. Sitebuilder has an API that allows us to search for pages within a site that contain one of more tags (AND or OR). Robert O'Toole created a custom search interface for the department
Draft of the library check-out/in demo Draft version of a video demonstrating the check-in/out process.
E-Squad demo for Warwick Network Day Videos created for the Warwick Network day to demonstrate the work of the E-Squad, their equipment, and the possibilities for rapid media creation in the curriculum.
German Alumni Event A recording of the recent German Department Alumni event, by Bethany Tew and Thomas Gale.
History Debate 2009 A video of the History Department's annual debate, created by Nikesh and Douglas.
Interview with Peter Kirwan of Bardathon Peter Kirwan of English and the CAPITAL Centre talks about his succesful and popular Bardathon blog, and how blogs have helped him with studies and the development of his writing skills.
Introduction to the Arts E-Squad A video introducing the Arts Faculty E-Squad. Meet the students. See examples of their work. Find out about why we formed the E-Squad. Learn how you can use them.
Library student video demo A demo video created for the Library. Student advice on using the Library, for new students.
On the origin of Down syndrome
Screenflow DVD capture example An example of using a cliip from a movie for the 'purpose of criticism or review', as allowed in copyright law. This was produced using Screenflow on an Apple MacBook.
Showcase Day 2008 A video compilation of interviews with attendees at the Library E-learning Showcase Day in March 2008. This demonstrates a technique for capturing views from a range of different people on a series of topics.
Student dependence on Facebook A video produced for the Web 2.0 Epistemography research project.
Student expectations A series of interviews with first year students carried out in their first term (2007).
Susan Bassnett October 08 Professor Susan Bassnett, Director of the Centre for Translation and Comparative Cultural Studies talks about teaching and assessing PhD students, with a trans-national context.
Videocue demo A video made with Videocue, talking about the Warwick Media Workshop, the iMacs and video production software.
WRAP Project Introduction An interview with Jenny Delasalle about her repository project. With a demonstration of the submission form, created using Screenflow.
Web 2.0 Design Patterns
ePortfolios (draft) A video about PhD eportfolios at Warwick.
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