STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Government has long identified STEM education as a major priority, built on strong subject teaching. Alice Coates, National STEM Centre Project Officer, provides an introduction.
Wide-ranging news, reviews, feature articles and comment for academic staff, students, researchers and information professionals exploring the production, study and use of film, television and related media in higher and further education.
SchoolsRadio aims to foster interest in radio particularly for dyslexic students and the visually impaired. Peter Thompson provides an overview of this project’s development and initiatives.
Professor of Anthropology, Timothy Asch made several groundbreaking documentaries and was a champion for the use of ethnographic films in the teaching of anthropology. Susanne Hammacher of the RAI looks at his life and work.
Dr. Emma Sandon reviews Michael Chanan’s look at documentary film.
Dr Kevin Donnelly reviews a tome that takes broad look at movie scores.
Ann Aungle reviews the video presentation of Liliana Cavani’s 2006 staging Verdi’s opera based on Shakespeare’s Scottish play.
Dr Stacey Abbott reviews two DVD sets devoted to the artistry of director Frank Borzage.
Dr Claire Brock and Dr Ben Dew review a production Delibes’ ballet starring Darcey Bussell.