Here is another article by someone from Temple University.
“A Story of Conflict and Collaboration: Media Literacy, Video Production and Disadvantaged Youth” by Elizaveta Friesem, Temple University
Media literacy educators talk about the importance of developing essential social skills, such as collaboration, by using video production in the classroom. Video production with disadvantaged youth can also play a role of art therapy, as students use their creativity to come to terms with traumatizing pasts. This paper offers an account of a media literacy intervention that involved making videos with a class of foster youth. Using the methodology of portraiture, I describe highlights and pitfalls of collaboration that one of the teams experienced. I focus on moments of conflict, unleashed creativity and transformation brought by one video project.
This video came out at the end of May last year.
“Sixteen Students, Fourteen Weeks: Building a Digital Library Through Collaborative Learning”
Kathyryn Thornhill, Simmons College
Emily Powers, Simmons College
Chelsea Gunn, Simmons College
Christina Tanguay, Simmons College
As featured during the “Querying the Library: Digitization and Its Impact” conference hosted by the James P. Adams Library at Rhode Island College on May 31, 2013. This segment includes a presentation by Kathryn Thornhill (GSLIS ’13) with colleagues Emily Powers, Chelsea Gunn, Christina Tanguay, and Emily Toner from Simmons College. This panel will discuss the creation of a digital library highlighting alumni scrapbooks from the Simmons College Archives. Topics covered will be the history and outcome of the project and the methods of digital library training and development, including digital preservation, rights management, metadata standards, and interdisciplinary teamwork. Watch the General Discussion #2 Video for the accompanying Q&A session.
Joan K. Lippincott presented “Envisioning the Library for the 21st Century: Learning, Research, Community” on August 8, 2013 at the Georgia Tech Library.
She has provided leadership for programs in teaching and learning, assessment, learning spaces, and collaboration among professional groups and is a widely published author and frequent conference speaker. Joan received her Ph.D. in higher education policy, planning, and administration from the University of Maryland, her M.L.S. from SUNY Geneseo, and an A.B. from Vassar College. She also completed graduate work at George Washington University and Cornell University.
Video Runtime: 100:56 minutes
In the largest open-source video-data sharing project of its kind, behavioral researchers, digital library scientists and computer scientists are undertaking the creation of Databrary, a web-based video-data library sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health.
The title of his talk was “Four principles for the open world.” Guess which one is the first principle.
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Tagged video, videos
Here is a great video on “Collaborative Librarianship through Social Media”.
This is from Patricia F. Anderson, Emerging Technologies Librarian for the Health Sciences, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.
These videos were taken when the journal, Collaborative Librarianship, was officially launched at the 2009 ALA Midwinter Meeting, Saturday, January 24, 2009.
Dr. Ivan Gaetz says “Hi”.