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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Moviestorm Education

Today at BETT we are launching a bespoke education version of Moviestorm.

Incorporating a suite of movie-making tools with a vast amount of digital and template assets, Moviestorm Education will provide tools for teachers and students that promotes engaging and collaborative learning.

From set design, character creation, direction, camera work and editing, Moviestorm Education will enable the teacher and student to tackle challenging subject areas by exploring and bringing them to life through short animated films, tutorials or even sketches. With the ability to look at design, narrative, direction, role play and team work
across all subjects, the software is ideal for cross curricular work.

“The Moviestorm technology is at the cutting edge of new creative techniques and methods to enhance collaborative learning,” says Moviestorm Managing Director Andrew Kennedy. “We have deliberately pursued a solution that requires no animation or artist skills, and offers an intuitive click and explore game-style interface, so both students and teachers have a new medium for creativity and engagement regardless of ability,” he continues.

Released as a consumer product in 2008, and with over 100,000 registered users, the software has been adopted by educators and students all over the world, for everything from University film studies, through to citizenship, languages and even biology, at Primary level and above. Says Kennedy: “We have had real success in trials with higher education and now we are reaching out to all stages of education with our official Moviestorm Education product.”

Available in a number of flexible license options with significant volume discounts, and suited to the technical restrictions of school networks, Moviestorm Education provides a refreshing new medium that promotes engaging and collaborative learning.

Moviestorm Education will be launched to media at a briefing on the Moviestorm Stand W23 at 2PM on Wednesday 12th January. Moviestorm MD, Andrew Kennedy will demonstrate Moviestorm at the briefing, review its use in education to date, and its potential application in teaching & learning going forward. The company will also provide trial software for media who wish to create their own movies using the platform.

More information on Moviestorm Education:
Web site
Fact sheet (pdf)

(1) Comments | Permalink | Posted by Matt Kelland

Henry Robinson on 03/25 at 05:33 AM

Awesome concept about Moviestorm news. I like this topic. Thanks!



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