Welcome to Collective Memory. The Believe Collective is a private limited cross-media production company established in late 2007. Set-up by two cross-media professionals, we're united by a desire to create compelling online media, multimedia, film, TV and mobile content as interactive experiences.
On this site you'll find information about the BC, reports on the progress of our projects and other work.
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We’ve just launched our second site for Cambridge University Press: MORE!, an English Language Teaching site aimed for secondary school students. We’ve created a distinctive look and feel for the site, inspired by the visual motifs used in the MORE! books. MORE! is a content-rich site, powered by Joomla, with a bespoke ACS system that allows CUP to control access to the value-added content in the site’s Teacher Zone. Phase II begins later this year!
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The BC has launched the first phase of Cambridge University Press‘ Interactive project, a rich online learning resource and online community for students and teachers of English around the world. The Interactive site showcases a wide range of games and exercises as well as providing a host of free teacher resources. The site also provides a preview of the forthcoming Comic Builder and the other resources in from the second phase of the site. Read full post
We’re very happy to announce the launch of the first phase of the Ayo Gorkhali! site - an educational resource celebrating the history and legacy of the British Gurkhas and the ties between Nepal and the UK. The site is the next step in our on-going Ayo Gorkhali engagement and social history project. The site features a unique interactive timeline covering 2,800 years of Nepali (Nepalese) and Gorkhali (Gurkha) history and in-depth articles covering a range of Gurkha-related issues. Read more about Ayo Gorkhali »
‘Land of the Brave’, the educational DVD we’ve produced for the Gurkha Museum Winchester is now available from the Museum’s online shop: http://tinyurl.com/landofthebrave. The DVD is narrated by Major Gerald Davies, the Curator of the Gurkha Museum, and it uses beautiful archive imagery and evocative music from the Band of the Brigade of Gurkhas to take viewers on a journey across the foothills and mountains of Nepal, the homeland of the British Gurkhas. Read full post