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The new M&L webinar “Recent findings from research on video & pedagogy” will take place on Thursday 7 May (15:00 CET). It will hightlight some of the recent research activities on video in education.

Coming up this Thursday 9 April (14:30 CET), the new M&L webinar “Exploring different video formats in MOOCs” will illustrate how videos are used in Massive Open Online Courses and which characteristics and design a video content should have to be effective in a MOOC.

On Wednesday 18 March, the M&L Association and the Educational Radiotelevision will organise a webinar on "Greek winners in the Medea-Awards 2014". The aim of the MEDEA Awards is to encourage innovation and good practice in the use of media in education. The awards also promote excellence in the production and pedagogical design of media-rich learning resources.

Coming up this Thursday 12 March (15:00 CET), the new M&L webinar “Defining the market: trends for products and interactivity” will focus on the question: how is the use of video in education evolving and what trends should we expect for the near future?

On Thursday 5 February the M&L Association SIG on Lecture Capture & Video Use in HE will organise another webinar this time on "the creation of videos to support students’ learning".Videos are increasingly being used to support student learning with students either viewing videos or participating in the production of videos as part of their studies. This webinar will showcase two case studies from different parts in Europe (Finland & UK), where video is used to support, improve and activate student’s learning.

This first M&L webinar in the new year will take place on Thursday 15 January, 15:00 CET and will explore how media like videos or podcasts can be used as an alternative method to assess students.

Take part in a webinar open to everyone which will feature the winning entries in this year’s MEDEA Awards which are the Digital Prevention Platform and Un autre monde/Eine andere Welt. The Digital Prevention Platform, winner of the MEDEA Award for Professionally Produced Educational Media, is produced by Saffron Interacti

The MEDEA Awards Organising Committee has announced the 8 finalists for the 2014 awards. They are Digital Stories by 1st Primary School, Sparta (Greece) & Vuorentaustan School, Ylöjärvi (Finland), Dis-moi Dimitri by Vivement Lundi!

The full-day event will take place right before the Media & Learning Conference (20 - 21 November 2014) in Brussels on Wednesday 19 November. The day will include case studies on innovative uses of video in Higher Education from different universities in Europe, networking and round table discussion sessions and a panel discussion with technology providers outlining a road-map on future developments.This is the third edition after two successful workshops held in 2012 and 2013.

The official Media & Learning Association video is now available.

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