Communities 2.0 is a Welsh Government (external website) programme which is delivered by five partner organisations – the Wales Co-operative Centre, the Novas Scarman Group, Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services, Carmarthenshire County Council and the George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling at the University of Glamorgan. Much of the funding for Communities 2.0 has come […]
TheSprout is an interactive website that encourages creativity and direct involvement while providing information on activities and services available to every single one of you, the good young people of Cardiff. The site operates within your Ten Entitlements (the rights of young people as set out by the Welsh Assembly Government) and is in line […]
CLIC is an online channel and printed zine offering information, news and advice for all young people aged 11 to 25 in Wales on a wide range of subjects and issues, including where to get support in your local area. The focal point of CLIC is interactive websites which allow young people and the organisations […]
El WJEC (CBAC, por sus siglas en galés) anteriormente llamado el Comité conjunto galés de educación (Welsh Joint Education Committee), fue establecido en 1948 como un consorcio de autoridades locales de educación del País de Gales. Hoy en día es una sociedad benéfica legalmente constituida, así como una compañía con responsabilidad limitada, perteneciente a las […]
Creada en 1986, Media Education Wales es una organización sin fines de lucro cuyo Consejo de administración está compuesto por profesores, asesores y otros miembros. Ofrece apoyo en medios de comunicación e imagen en movimiento por medio de recursos, formación, eventos, proyectos, investigación y consultoría. El principal interés de Media Education Wales es facilitar a […]
Information on a variety of workshops offered through Media Education Wales to teachers interested in learning more about creating films, short videos, moving images, etc.
Media Education Wales offers in-service training at institutions, and input to initial teacher training for Primary and Secondary teachers. They can also provide example lessons, working alongside teachers in the classroom.
This PDF file contains a list of suggested equipment, with prices, for basic video work within Media Studies courses.
This CD-ROM on understanding and using film language is aimed at children age 9 and above, young people and adults. The resource is illustrated with QuickTime clips and stills. Available to order in English and Welsh.
WJEC was previously called the Welsh Joint Education Committee. It was established in 1948 as a consortium of local education authorities in Wales. It is now a registered charity, and a company limited by guarantee, owned by the 22 local authorities in Wales. A subsidiary company, WJEC CBAC Services Limited, provides specialist printing and publication […]