We hold regular one-day courses and workshops, promoting subjects related to the use of moving image in learning, teaching and research.
We provide courses outside of London, and welcome approaches from universities or other organisations, who are interested in hosting such events.
We also provide a number of events throughout the year, regarding the use of moving image and sound in education. Further details can be found in our events section.
For more information regarding any of our courses or events, or to discuss hosting a course, please email us.
This series of courses will develop participants’ knowledge of moving image metadata, enabling them to create, enhance and adapt their own schemas and map them to different standards.
We’ll highlight the importance of accurate and interpretable moving image metadata, and analyse the key issues affecting organisations that source and store audiovisual assets, illustrating with key case studies and examining with peer-led discussion.
The full programme will comprise two one day courses and one online workshops. Participants can sign-up to both one day courses or choose one specific area to gain knowledge in.
The next ‘Introduction to Metadata’ course will be held on 6 June 2017 and is taking bookings now.
Maximising Media Resources in Your Research
- Develop skills for finding and evaluating audiovisual material
- Understand copyright
- Cite audiovisual resources with assurance