Category: How To Guides
Authoritative Authorship – masterclass on demand
In this AmbITion Scotland webcast masterclass, be introduced to some of the issues and opportunities raised by the emerging practice of authoritative authorship. “Authorship is about highlighting the human authors of high-quality content on the web” explains a recent Swellpath blog and publishers of online content can improve their search results by linking their Google+ […]
How To… Upload Video (a video guide to watch!)
This How To… Guide focusses on how to format and export video in the correct way so that it uploads in optimum quality to YouTube, Vimeo, Blip, or your ownself-hosted solution. Watch part one, then choose whether you watch part two (YouTube), three (Vimeo), four (Blip), or five (self-hosting) depending on which video hosting platform […]
How To… Edit Video (video tutorial for beginners and intermediates!)
A Guide to Editing Your Own Videos Today it is very easy to create videos and slideshows using software already provided by computer operating systems. With a little know-how, time and effort, you an create professional looking media projects that don’t require you to be a professional editor. When you buy a computer, you will […]
How To… Make Online Videos Accessible Using Captions and Subtitles
Accessibility refers to the practice of ensuring your product is available to as many users as possible. Web accessibility refers to the practice of making websites usable for all people, particularly for those with physical impairments, ensuring that everyone has equal access to all web content. The World Wide Web consortium (W3C) has established a […]
How To… set up and run an internship
Digital R&D Podcast 3: Live streaming – from concerts to rehearsals – cannibalising the box office?
The third in the Arts Council England’s Arts Digital R&D podcast series is all about using digital channels and technologies to distribute arts and cultural content and reach the widest possible audience including new and international audiences. Studio guests include: Hasan Bakshi, Director, creative industries in NESTA’s Policy and Research Unit, Paul Bennun, Chair of […]
How To… make short films for online audiences
Podcast: user generated content, social media & audience curation
Looking for inspiration for a suitable project or angle on your current developments for the Make:IT:Happen fund? Check out this Digital Capacity in the Arts podcast. The theme of the first Arts Council England/BBC Digital R&D podcast is user generated content, social media and audience curation, guests include: Simon Collister Senior Lecturer, University of the Arts; […]
TheKnowledge – Digital Strategy In Culture by Art of Digital London has a great guide to digital video and its uses – thanks @aodl!