Machinima

CAMELOT Participating in LinguaTV Contest

October 3, 2014

LinguaTV is looking for the funniest German word. The selected word should be visualised either in pictures, in a video or machinima and uploaded to the LinguaTV Facebook page. Please check the LinguaTV website for more information.  Deadline for submissions is 13th October 2014. Two members of the CAMELOT Project Team have submitted two machinima […]

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Machinima: investigating the cultural values

September 20, 2014

Machinima: investigating cultural impacts is part of the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Cultural Values Project. For information about the project and the current situation visit the website where there are a set of posts giving regular updates on the activities and findings of the project. Members of the CAMELOT team were part of a […]

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July 15, 2014

On this page all of the most recent news items will be posted. If you cannot find what you are looking use the search box to search older news items.

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Rod Ellis Interview

July 4, 20140 Comments

  Professor Rod Ellis talking to Carol Rainbow about the role of machinima and technology in Task Based Language Teaching. Professor Rod Ellis is a Distinguished Research Professor in the Department of Applied Language Studies and Linguistics in University of Auckland. He holds visiting positions on the MA in TESOL at Anaheim University and is a […]

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Tips for making machinima from the expert Bernhard Drax aka Draxter Despres

May 28, 20140 Comments

The following machinima contains excerpts from a presentation at MachinEVO 2014 by Bernhard Drax on EduNation Island in Second Life ® Bernhard Drax, originally from Munich, Germany,  is an award winning filmmaker and musician. The Drax Files: World Makers Episodes are well known and very popular. In his presentation Bernhard Drax aka Draxter Despres shares […]

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Interview with Dr Mari Carmen Gil Ortega

May 28, 20140 Comments

:    An interview with Dr Mari Carmen Gil Ortega. Mari Carmen is Senior Lecturer in Virtual Worlds at the Education Innovation Centre of the University of the West of England. Having been a language teacher for many years, she sees great value in using machinima for language teaching. Mari Carmen gives a number of […]

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Interview with Dennis Newson

May 26, 20140 Comments

  Dennis Newson, M.A. (Cantab), P.D.E.S.L (Leeds), taught EFL in Africa, Arabia, Norway, and Germany in middle schools, secondary schools, teacher training colleges, a technical university, and an arts university. He was consultant for short periods in Bosnia and Kosovo, and conferences have taken him to Poland, Hungary, Las Palmas, Russia, and England. He has developed […]

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Interview with Wynshel Heir aka Shelwyn Corrigan

May 24, 20140 Comments

Shelwyn Corrigan (aka Wynshel Heir/English Easily) has a Master’s in Linguistics, a Master’s in Digital Media & Learning, and certification in Multimedia Studies. She has worked in digital design since 1994. In addition, she has taught ESL and EFL in Europe and South America and at universities in California and New York. Her interests are in […]

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Interview with Barbara Novelli aka Barbara McQueen

May 24, 20140 Comments

Barbara has decades of experience mentoring fellow teachers one-on-one, through in-services, as an ESL teacher trainer for Oxford Seminars, and as a conference presenter for TESOL and the VWBPE.   She is currently developing and delivering online ESL courses that make use of situational role-playing, games, mysteries, and machinimas, and has won multiple machinima awards, several MachinEVO […]

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Interview with Marisa Constandinides

May 24, 20140 Comments

Marisa Constantinides – Teacher Trainer and Conference Speaker CELTA & DELTA Tutor at CELT Athens Marisa is a TEFL Teacher Educator who runs CELT Athens, a Teacher Development centre based in Athens, Greece Marisa trains teachers in face-to-face and online with courses including the Cambridge CELTA and DELTA  and she has a new range of Moodle courses on ICT for ELT, ELT Management and Young Learners. […]

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