British Universities Film & Video Council

moving image and sound, knowledge and access


A selection of presentations provided at the Get Creative forum on Friday 7 December 2012, are available to download below:

Introduction to Get Creative & BUFVC Update
Luís Carrasqueiro, Chief Executive, BUFVC

Promoting AV Resources: What more can we do?
Linda Purdy, Media Materials and Copyright Manager, Sheffield Hallam University
The difficulties faced by staff at Sheffield Hallam University when trying to raise awareness of moving image and sound resources, including their in-house online TV and radio recording service, to staff and students within their institution.

Case study 1: Successfully Promoting Resources to Staff
Hilary Pooley, eLearning Technologist & Linda Irish, Assistant eLearning Manager, Faculty of Humanities, University of Manchester
How the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Manchester promotes moving image and sound resources to academic staff, and its impact on student engagement.

Case study 2: An FE Approach to Digital Media

Thomas Butler, Head of Libraries and Learning Resources & Kathleen Darbon, Information Services Manager, Croydon College
Encouraging the use of moving image and sound content at Croydon College and the techniques used to engage both staff and students.

Case study 3: The Academic Perspective
Sabela Melchor-Couto, Lecturer in Spanish, University of Roehampton
How moving image and sound resources are used by academics at the University of Roehampton in an attempt to make their teaching more creative, which in turn inspires students to use these resources within their own learning. Specific examples from language teaching will be presented.

Citing Moving Image & Sound – A how to guide…
Dr Sian Barber, AV Citation Project Leader, Shared Services Project
A pioneering project to produce the first set of comprehensive guidelines for the citation of all forms of moving image and sound content – from un-catalogued archive footage to podcasts. The complete set of guidelines will be released in March 2013. The citation guidelines are a result of the BUFVC Shared Service Project funded by HEFCE.

Shared Services Project
Eve-Marie Oesterlen, Shared Service Project Manager & Luis Carrasqueiro, Chief Executive, BUFVC

Chronicle: BBC Northern Ireland’s television news from the 60s & 70s
Martin Doherty, Head of Department of Social & Historical Studies, University of Westminster