On-line Lectures: Video, Audio or Just Text?
- On-line Lectures: Video, Audio or Just Text?
- International conference on computers in education 2003: A conference of the Asia-Pacific Chapter of the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), 2-5 December, 2003, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre: The second wave…
- Hong Kong
- International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE 2003)
- Hong Kong
- 1997.7 onwards
- Post-Secondary Education
- The majority of on-line lectures are composed of one or more of the following three components: video, audio and text. Are all three components necessary? If not, which combination is the best for on-line course delivery? When it comes to designing an on-line course, several important factors must be taken into account: the efficiency of the available network, the shooting of classroom videos, and the formats of the deliverables. In this article, I will discuss the essentiality of each of these three deliverable components for on-line course delivery and how to construct them effectively. The article aims to offer a practical solution on the development of online courses for efficient web-delivery.
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