E-learning en streaming

E-learning en streaming

Enhancing a Face-to-Face Course with Online Lectures: Instructional and Pedagogical Issues.

Enhancing a Face-to-Face Course with Online Lectures: Instructional and Pedagogical Issues. - Since 1999, and as part of an Ameritech grant, the author has systematically investigated use of streaming media to enhance face-to-face classes. [Distance-Educator.com]

How To Develop Streaming Multimedia Lecture Presentations.

How To Develop Streaming Multimedia Lecture Presentations. - This paper show instructors how to develop their own streaming multimedia presentations that can be loaded onto a schools' server and played by students over the Internet. [Distance-Educator.com]

Education, Public Broadcasting & the Internet: Keys to Collaboration

Education, Public Broadcasting & the Internet: Keys to Collaboration

Video archive of a workshop highlighting notable projects that are taking place within the university and public broadcasting communities today.

Multimedia seeds

Multimedia seeds

Multimedia Seeds was designed primarily as a tool for a university course: Audio & Video Information Sources and Delivery). This website is available to anyone who wants to learn more about audio, video, and visual resources.

Creating a webcast

Creating a webcast

Deciding to webcast an event adds a whole new dimension to your project. There are decisions to be made ranging from stage configuration and microphone and camera placement to making sure each speaker and their content is appropriate for broadcasting to the world. Learning to Publish, University of Texas at Austin, 9 December 2003.

Streaming media in Higher Education: Possibilities and pitfalls

Streaming media in Higher Education: Possibilities and pitfalls

The immediacy of the moving image and the impact of the human voice is powerful. Streaming media can be richly communicative, tapping in to our profound ability to learn from sensory information. Humans are social animals, and we gain much of our initial understanding of others through our visual and auditory capacities. In the realm of online education, it is important to tap these abilities even across the distances that separate participants. Seeing other participants, or hearing their voices, provides a presence and potency that text alone cannot match. Brian Klass, Syllabus Magazine, June 2003.

Getting started in online education: stream your classes and training online (PDF)

Getting started in online education: stream your classes and training online (PDF)

Transform your online presence into a virtual classroom with streaming media services from VitalStream. This kit includes case studies and information to get you started. VitalStream.

e-Learning and the moving image

e-Learning and the moving image

As e-Learning inexorably converges with the world of interactive television we examine the use of the moving image as a learning tool in the past, present and future.  Adrian Snook, The Training Foundation, September 2002.

Video streaming of lectures via the internet: an experience (PDF)

Video streaming of lectures via the internet: an experience (PDF)

This paper reports on an investigation into methods of efficiently introducing video streaming into subjects in a large Economics and Commerce faculty. Several software options were investigated before finally settling on RealSystems. The paper provides a brief review of the background of the project followed by a general overview of video streaming. The challenges we identified in effective video streaming are outlined together with a discussion of possible solutions. The paper concludes with an outline of key indications from our investigation of this mode of subject delivery. Mark McCrohon, Victor Lo, Jim Dang, Carol Johnston, ERIC Clearninghouse on Information & Technology, 9 May 2003.

Video Streaming: A guide for educational development

Video Streaming: A guide for educational development

The principles of this Guide are derived from the Click and Go Video Project (funded by JISC from August 2000 to July 2002). The project set out to investigate the information, instructional material and framework required to enable the pedagogically sound use of video within a learning environment. This included the integration of archived moving images, locally produced video and web resources together with asynchronous and synchronous communications tools.

Streaming Technology improves student achievement

Streaming Technology improves student achievement

Study shows the use of standards-based video content, powered by a new Internet technology application, increases student achievement. February 2003 Special R3port, THE Journal.

Going online: how to build an e-learning institution

Going online: how to build an e-learning institution

By Joe Bray, Stream UK. e-Learning Centre.

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