WIT Press


Interacting With Virtual Lecturers: Outcomes From Introducing Streamed Video Into The Classroom

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/CI040061

Volume

31

Pages

7

Published

2004

Size

289 kb

Author(s)

C.D. Smith, A.M. Morley, H.E. Whiteley, L. Hodgson & K. Williams

Abstract

Streamed video is being introduced into higher education on an increasing scale. The technology may allow remote students to participate synchronously, when the video is streamed live, or asynchronously, when it is most convenient for them. This paper reports the outcomes from a project to introduce and evaluate asynchronously streamed video into undergraduate psychology modules within three online lectures. Each author separately adapted an existing lecture for video streaming. The resulting uses of video streaming varied somewhat between the authors and will be compared. Hence, one reported out

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