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Jim Strom Manchester Computing

Streaming Video: Overcoming Barriers for Teaching and Learning JISC/NSF Digital Libraries Initiative All Projects Meeting, Edinburgh June 2002. Jim Strom Manchester Computing. Streaming Video: Overcoming Barriers for Teaching and Learning. Need Click and Go Video Project

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Jim Strom Manchester Computing

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  1. Streaming Video:Overcoming Barriers for Teaching and LearningJISC/NSF Digital Libraries Initiative All Projects Meeting, Edinburgh June 2002 Jim Strom Manchester Computing

  2. Streaming Video: Overcoming Barriers for Teaching and Learning • Need • Click and Go Video Project • Developing a Conceptual Framework • Image, Integration, Interaction • Challenges and Opportunities

  3. Need fast forward to video streaming • Exploit widespread and freely available PC resources for streaming video • Think more about the pedagogic value and less about controlling the technology • DIY capture and production • non-specialist educators • cost and time are important barriers to overcome

  4. Click and Go Video • JISC/DNER L&T Programme • Investigating the technology, infrastructure and pedagogicbarriers for streaming video • Providing advice and guidance on capture, production, delivery, pedagogic use • Case studies: catering, surgery, fashion

  5. Pedagogic Uses of Video • Talking head (lecture, presentation) • Events (seminar, conference, workshop) • Fly on the wall (group dynamic) • Think aloud (video diary, interview) • Instructional (procedure, demonstration) • Simulation (role play, lab experiment) • Realism (wildlife, a fashion show, dance)

  6. Conceptual Framework • 3I’s Concept • Image – visual quality and realism • Integration – linking to other media or conferencing tools • Interaction – provision of user control and access

  7. Image • Focus on the Capture Stage • Achieving the media (and message) quality required at an acceptable cost • Audio quality as important as video quality • Capture may be done for immediacy (raw video)

  8. Preparation of Food • Link video with recipe and instructional information for practical cookery sessions • Short high quality close up video clips - providing a level of realism equivalent to a live demonstration

  9. Fashion Marketing • Developing global awareness and experience of international business with UK graduates • Supporting collaborative work among students • ad hoc capture, fly-on-the-wall • Student video diaries, presentations

  10. Integration • Focus on the Production Stage • Balancing the degree of creativity in the production with the time involved in completing it • Need for tools aimed at the non-technical user • Approaches to Integrating Media • as part of video editing • link through web page design • use a semi automated capture procedure • separate out and synchronise (SMIL)

  11. Interaction • Focus on the Delivery Process • Providing a level of control that is in accordance with user access • Issues: • delivering to remote, low bandwidth users • dealing with resource and technology managers • network infrastructure

  12. Challenges and Opportunities • Move from video as a presentational tool to video as a focus for networked learning • Need to get beyond the early adopters • Turn educators (and learners) into producers not just consumers • Building (and exchange of) learning objects • Need for standards-based authoring tools that allow pedagogic thinking to be applied in production

  13. Click and Go Further …. • Publication: How To Do It Guide • Pedagogy Workshop (11 July, Manchester) • C&GV Producer Wizard • Accessibility Study • Needed: Further Research into Pedagogic Use + Continued Advisory Support for the Community

  14. Contact Details jim.strom@man.ac.uk Manchester Computing University of Manchester Tel: +44 161 868 0545 IPVC: vc1.telematics.eu.org

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