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Phase Two
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What resources do we need to provide in order to make it work?

As the project involves the gathering of digital resources on video, audio tape and digital imagery, it is preferable that schools should have direct access to the appropriate media acquisition tools. However, each of the pilot cluster schools will have a pool of equipment of a standard necessary to undertake the work in hand, such as a digital video camcorder, microphone and tripod in addition to a professional audio tape recorder and digital still camera. In addition to this, each of the three mentor schools will be able to provide access to an Apple iMac computer in order to facilitate digital video capture, editing and output suitable for internet distribution.

We expect schools to have at least one scanner and a digital still camera, though not possessing any of the above will not be a barrier to active participation. We would like all participants to be driven by good project ideas and a desire to embrace new techniques.

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funded by the East of England Broadband Consortium 2002
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