Digital video buzz

23rd April 2004 at 01:00
Digital video is creating a buzz in schools as teachers and students discover that creative work can find a happy home in the curriculum while providing heightened motivation. Work by primary and special needs pupils provided the highlights of the recent Becta Digital Video Awards 2004. And now you can see movies from the winners and runners-up on the Becta website. You can also find out more about the schools and how they made their films in the Digital Video Awards 2004 publication, which you can download from the website or order a hard copy, with a free DV information sheet, from the awards team: Email:

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