Creating video-annotated discussions: An asynchronous alternative

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Craig D. Howard Rodney Myers

Abstract

In this article the authors illustrate the design and development of a pedagogical intervention using video annotations in a pre-service teacher education courrse. An annotation platform was selected and video was shot to create a video backdrop on which asynchronous discussions would take place. The article addresses design considerations in the selection of video, the editing process, and the development of a tutorial to lead learners through their first experience with this form of discussion. Learner participation samples were collected, and an analysis of the design process concludes the article.

 

Keywords

Video annotation, instructional design, discussion, computer-mediated discourse

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How to Cite
Howard, C., & Myers, R. (1). Creating video-annotated discussions: An asynchronous alternative. International Journal of Designs for Learning, 1(1). https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.14434/ijdl.v1i1.853
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Multimedia