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Woman at desk editing video on computer
Now that you’ve filmed your video, it’s time to go into post-production. In the last instalment of the Erasmus+ video guide, we’ll help you decide which clips to include in the final cut and how to piece them together. We'll also look at adding extra effects like text, music and B-roll footage to really bring the video together. If you haven't read our first two parts of the Erasmus+ video guide...
Not quite sure what to do once you've hit the record button?  During the first blog post in our video guide series we covered the necessary steps to take prior to filming, such as defining your video's aims, identifying and gathering your equipment and how to plan and prepare for filming. If you haven't read it yet, we'd recommend you get up to speed with our pre-filming advice before starting ...
Are you looking for new ways to disseminate your project? One of the best ways to spread your project’s story is through video. With the rise of the smartphone, making your own videos has never been easier. Not only do they allow you to share your project in action, but you can also showcase testimonies from your staff and participants. If you are new to video making, it can feel a little...
University of Northampton staff during their Erasmus+ project
International activities – such as studying or training abroad – help students and education staff to boost their skills, career and confidence. The benefits don’t end there. We take a closer look at how Erasmus+ is helping individuals, higher education institutions (HEIs), and wider society. Boosting skills and careers for students and staff Each year, around 18,000 UK higher education students...
discussions at the Erasmus+ Widening Participation event
The real experts on widening participation in Erasmus+ are those that see the difficulties and find innovative, creative and sometimes very simple approaches to really make Erasmus+ accessible to everyone. In other words, the real experts are you – the project coordinators. At our Widening Participation event that took place on 28 June 2019, we invited those with an interest in #...
World youth skills day logo 2019
Each year on 15 July, we celebrate World Youth Skills Day and the worldwide initiatives that aim to boost youth employability through education and personal development. It is also an occasion to reflect on and assess the existing gap in youth skills and learning opportunities, which has a direct impact on employability. What makes youth unemployment a global concern? All around the globe, youth...

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