Media - Lessons get animated

8th May 2009 at 01:00

If you have ever wanted to introduce animation skills to your classroom, help is at hand.

Learning and Teaching Scotland is running two video-conferencing sessions - via Glow Meet - for those on the Glow schools intranet. They feature the renowned animator Oscar Stringer, who will run online workshops. The first, on May 13, is for beginners looking for basic guidance on how to get started with "clay-mation"; the second, on June 5, is for those who want to improve their animation skills. Oscar will be working with a group of children on an animation project on Scotland's Homecoming.

http:ltsblogs.org.ukglowscotland20090416 have-a-go-at-animation-with-oscar-stringers-help.

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