Disc-based Interactive Video: Past, Present, and Future
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Fadde, P. (2004). Disc-based Interactive Video: Past, Present, and Future. In J. Nall & R. Robson (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2004 (pp. 2609-2614). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education (ELEARN) 2004
Washington, DC, USA
Janice Nall & Robby Robson
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Video can now be included in multimedia and Internet-delivered e-learning. The challenge is to present Full Speed, Full Screen video in an instructional program that also includes text, graphics, quizzing, feedback, and branching. For years videodisc-based systems have provided such capability, but are they are expensive and inflexible. This presentation demonstrates an updated version of laser disc-based interactive video that uses the internal DVD player now routinely included in laptop and desktop computer systems. This update of traditional interactive video retains the attributes of videodisc: high quality, addressable video contained on separate media and controlled by computer. The drawbacks of interactive videodisc, its cost and inflexibility, are overcome.
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- Streaming Media in Schools: Patterns of Systemic Implementation and Use
- Distance Makes No Difference, using streaming video to enhance curriculum K-12
- Introducing Video streaming Technology to Meet the Needs of All Learners:Pre-professional And Graduate Student Experiences
- Elementary Principals as Technology Instructional Leaders
- Leadership and Technology: The big … well, part of the big picture.
- Changing cultures, changing practices: Using mobile tools, the cloud and ePortfolios for authentic assessment
- Constructing a streaming video-based learning forum for collaborative learning
- E-learning and ADDIE Model
- Video Streaming in Online Learning
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