The Media Portal

Welcome to Wikiversity's Media portal, where we hope you can easily find all the media-related content in Wikiversity. There are many types of media: audio, visual, print, internet-based; many ways of producing it; and many literacies, skills, and insights to be gained from it. We hope to develop educational content for anyone from complete beginners to cutting edge media experimenters. However, since Wikiversity is still fresh, we will need your help in developing this content - or perhaps in defining what it is that you want to find out. Together we can then help build the most useful media resources possible.

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Featured learning resource
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Wikiversity Reports video podcasts.
Report #1: Project launch.

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See also: 3 September 2006 – Written report from the English language Wikiversity

Selected research

One Laptop Per Teacher by Ian Kennedy, Delia Pass and Roxan Cadir. A paper about co-operative research on in-service technological training of teachers. Teachers as lifelong learners who embrace technology.

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Related portals

Learning resources related to media are also at these other portals: Education · Engineering and Technology · Learning Materials · Learning Projects · Social Sciences · New Media Arts

Content development projects

"Thank God for the Internet, or we wouldn't know anything, and we would already be a fascist state." - Cindy Sheehan

Things you can do
To-do list for Portal:Media: edit · history · watch · refresh

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Media news

Legal author uses wiki to help write book - "Justin Patten has set up a wiki to help him write a book about blogging and social media."