Many of those who work with audiovisual material may know the VideoBlocks subscription platform, which has an extensive catalog of royalty-free content that they can use in their own projects in complete safety, including video clips, visual effects, templates After Effects, and many others.
VideoBlocks is now launching the Digital Media Action Grant, an initiative open to all educational institutions in the United States that participate in the VideoBlocks Early Enrollment Program.
The idea is to encourage research on how digital creative content can help students themselves acquire skills in the 21st century, offering a better understanding of how such content fits within communication skills. This initiative will award two grants of $ 10,000 each to those significant and original investigations in the field of original creative media that make use of content from the platform itself.
In addition, Videoblocks has also announced the VideoBlocks Early Enrollment Program (VEEP) itself, indicating that a select group of higher education institutions may be enrolled and have access to copyright-free creative content worth 10,000. $ 000 through December 2015. In addition, colleges and universities enrolling in VEEP will also receive a $ 20 academic credit for any archival materials they sell through the recently launched VideoBlocks market, which may be applied to future registration costs. licenses.