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Video Lectures Mashup - remixing learning materials for topic-centred learning across collections

author: Tanja Zdolšek, CT3 Center za prenos znanja na področju IT tehnologij, Institut "Jožef Stefan"
author: Lyndon Nixon, Department of New Media Technology, MODUL University Vienna
published: June 19, 2014,   recorded: April 2014,   views: 1759


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In this paper, we introduce the VideoLecturesMashup, which presents re-mixes of learning materials from the VideoLectures.NET portal based on shared topics across different lectures.

Learners need more efficient access to teaching on specific topics which could be part of a larger lecture (focused on a different topic) and occur across lectures from different collections in distinct domains. Current e-learning video portals can not address this need, either to quickly dip into a shorter part focused on a specific topic of a longer lecture or to explore what is taught about a certain topic easily across collections. Through application of media technologies promoted by the MediaMixer project - semantic annotation and media fragment URIs - we have implemented a first demo of VideoLecturesMashup.

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