Synchronous Streaming Video from the Classroom to the Remote Student’s Desktop: Report of a Distributed Education Project
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Flower, E. & Sawa, S. (2005). Synchronous Streaming Video from the Classroom to the Remote Student’s Desktop: Report of a Distributed Education Project. In G. Richards (Ed.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2005 (pp. 654-665). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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For four semesters we used streaming video software from RealNetworks.com to broadcast classroom activities synchronously over the Internet to students in their homes or offices. We did not broadcast to computer labs or to specially built studios where groups of students would gather in a single location as in a site-to-site model, but rather, directly to the remote student's desktop. We also archived the classes for later on-demand viewing. We found classroom-based live streaming video to be an inexpensive yet effective distributed education technology that students find attractive. This paper describes production methods, classroom management techniques, and some preliminary findings relating to student (classroom vs. remote) achievement.
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