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After Ed TV is for exploring, discussing, and sharing videos about education and the emerging education sector. By focusing on developments in education, this collection of videos aims to provide learners, teachers, and others with shared resources for a continuing dialogue.

In July 2007, EdLab, in partnership with the Gottesman Libraries at Teachers College, launched After Ed TV as a video channel on the web. Content, published weekly, was a combination of news, documentary, and editorial segments. This channel was highlighted in several contexts, including the Teachers College Record, the Gottesman Libraries website, and other online sites. Video content has been featured on educator’s websites, education-related community websites (e.g., Fireside Learning), and prominent web-based news organizations such as the Huffington Post. For more on the history of the After Ed TV project, see EdLab’s project page. This phase of the project ended in December 2009.

In June 2010, the After Ed TV archive was migrated to the Pressible network. Today, After Ed TV is a collection of videos produced  by EdLab between 2007 Р2009, as well as others that are selected to be part of the permanent archive. Please contact us if you have questions about accessing this archive.

Using After Ed TV in the Classroom

We love to share content, especially in a way that allows viewers to find After Ed TV. Use the “get link” and/or “embed video” tools that appear within videos, or copy/paste any URL on our site. Please contact us if you have questions about using this archive in non-standard ways.

See related projects on Pressible, including: The Media Show Case Study (a media literacy resource for teachers and their students), Teacher College Record’s The Voice (weekly videos on educational research), and the Gottesman Video Collective (a resource for producers of web video).

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