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Announcing U-Curate: VideoBlocks EDU's Exclusive Creative Content Management Platform

VideoBlocks for Education is excited to announce the launch of U-Curate, a centralized content management platform that allows faculty, students, and campus media designs to...


The 2016 State of Digital Media in Higher Education [Report]

The 2016 State of Digital Media in Higher Education Survey, gathered insights from more than 300 current educators, administrators, and students that hail from more than 200...


The Future of Education: Marketspaces, Incubators & Innovation Labs

In the past few months, we’ve written substantially on how schools and universities are incorporating new technologies into their curriculums and pedagogies, from increased...


The 2016 State of Digital Media in Higher Education [Survey]

VideoBlocks EDU, the premier provider of royalty-free digital media for higher education, today announced the launch of its market research survey: The 2016 State of Digital Media...


Unpacking the Digital Backpack

From film schools to Communications & Journalism programs, the need for digital literacy and classrooms equipped with multimedia is clear. Digital-storytelling exponentially...


5 Possibilities for the Future of Film Education

New technologies have made it easier than ever for anyone with an idea to create a movie and distribute it. This has left many professors and industry insiders wondering what film...


Announcing the 2015 Student Film Competition Grand Prize Winner

The decision is in from our guest judge, cinematographer and director of photography Arthur Albert, and VideoBlocks for Education is excited to announce the winner of our 2015...


15 Emerging Student Filmmakers

From dazzling animations never before possible to traditional shorts made with the finesse of a much more experienced director, festivals around the world have seen a steady...


Announcing the 6 Finalists in Our Student Film Competition

We’re excited to announce the six finalists in our Student Film Competition, which was open to all undergraduate and graduate level student filmmakers. We received...


Why Hollywood Loves Data (And So Should Film Students)

For a long time now Hollywood has branded itself as an industry of artists and risk takers—innovators of art, not science; however, audiences would be surprised by the level of...