Sink or Swim: Taking Advantage of Developments in Video Streaming
IETI Volume 43, Number 4, ISSN 1470-3297
Amongst the many recent developments in learning technology, video streaming appears to offer a considerable range of benefits for tutors and learners alike. For these to be fully realised, however, various conditions have to be met. Merely making streams available and directing students to them, does not necessarily result in quality, or indeed any, learning. Drawing on material from the literature and the World Wide Web, as well as recent project experience, this paper discusses the potential effectiveness of video streams as learning resources in higher education within the context of current and possible future technologies. (Contains 2 figures.)
Fill, K. & Ottewill, R. (2006). Sink or Swim: Taking Advantage of Developments in Video Streaming. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 43(4), 397-408.
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