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The 4C Initiative is a series of projects aimed at increasing digital content capacity for education on a global scale. By providing educators and learners with the skills to discover, use, create and share content with others in the learning community worldwide, 4C Initiative believes it can:

  • Encourage collaboration within the global education community
  • Build digital content publishing capacity Advances use of technology and the opportunity of learning through technology
  • Encourage the use of the Internet to discover and use learning resources for educational outcomes.

The ITL Festival are delighted to join up with the 4C Initiative to share some invaluable resources to our viewers. Finding Educational resources online can be challenging for teachers but with these videos and resources, 4C have made it simple! Special thanks to Neil Bruton of 4CInitative for his help.

Session 1: An Introduction to Open Educational Resources (Neil Butcher OER Africa) Streaming Link

Session 2: Copyright for Educational Digital Content & Creative Commons (Ahrash Bissell) Streaming Link

Session 3: Open Source Software for Education (Mel McIntyre) Streaming Link

Session 4: Finding OERs & Digital Content on Google (Ilse White) Streaming Link

Session 5: Evaluating & Downloading Learning Objects (Dean Lodes) Streaming Link

Session 6: ‘Evaluating & Downloading Audio & Video (Guy Mullins ASU) Streaming Link

Session 7: ‘Evaluating & Downloading Images (Graham Turnbull SCRAN) Streaming Link

Session 8: ‘Evaluating & Downloading Lesson Plans (Kimberley Patterson Curriki) Streaming Link

Session 9: ‘Combining Different Types of Resources’ (Andrew Payne UK National Archives) Streaming Link

Session 10: ‘Using Curriki to Modify Resources’ (Kimberley Patterson Curriki) Streaming Link


2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Cian Simmons on July 15, 2010 at 1:51 pm

    Dear sir/madam,

    Will 4C be playing a role at the exhibition?


    • Hi Cian,

      The ITL Festival are delighted to join up with the 4C Initiative to share some invital resources with our viewers. Unfortunately, it has not been confirmed if 4C will be presenting or exhibiting at the festival in October. You are advised that if you register to attend the festival online you will be kept up to date on all seminars as they are confirmed. If you have any further queries we would be delighted to help.

      We hope you can make it to the festival.

      Regards and thanks,
      The ITL Festival team


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