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Media Education Summit 2010 - Videos

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Earlier this month 135 people from around 60 different HEIs gathered at Birmingham City University for the third Media Education Summit organised by The Centre for Excellence in Media Practice.

Delegates gathered to hear Professor John Naughton, Marc Prensky, Matt Locke and Kevin Marsh and a variety of academic presenters debate the pertinent issues in Media Education.

Videos of the keynote lectures are now available online.

So if you are interested in hearing about ecology as a paradigm for thinking about the media (Naughton), or how the nouns of teaching might change but the verbs stay the same (Prensky), or what education has to offer working media professionals (Marsh) or how to get your students attention (Locke)...then check out the links above.

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