Annotating Video with Open Educational Resources in a Flipped Classroom Scenario
author: Olivier Aubert, LINA, University of Nantes
published: June 23, 2014, recorded: April 2014, views: 2001
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A wealth of Open Educational Resources is now available, and beyond the first and evident problem of finding them, the issue of articulating a set of resources is arising. When using audiovisual resources, among different possibilities, annotating a video resource with additional resources linked to specific fragments can constitute one of the articulation modalities. Annotating a video is a complex task, and in a pedagogical context, intermediary activities should be proposed in order to mitigate this complexity.
In this paper, we describe a tool dedicated to supporting video annotation activities. It aims at improving learner engagement, by having students be more active when watching videos by offering a progressive annotation process, first guided by providing predefined resources, then more freely, to accompany users in the practice of annotating videos.
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