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Streaming Media Delivery in Higher Education

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Streaming Media Delivery in Higher Education: Methods and Outcomes is both a snapshot of streaming media in higher education as it is today and a window into the many developments already underway. In some cases, it is a forecast of areas yet to be developed. As a resource, this book serves both as an explication of many practices, including their possibilities and pitfalls, as well as recommendation of the many areas where opportunities for development lie.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Title Page
  3. Copyright Page
  4. Editorial Advisory Board and List of Reviewers
    1. Editorial Advisory Board
    2. List of Reviewers
  5. Foreword
  6. Preface
    1. About the Chapters
    2. Conclusion
  7. Acknowledgment
  8. Chapter 1: Streaming Media Management and Delivery Systems
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. CONTENT (VIDEO)
    3. STREAMING MEDIA
    4. STREAMING MEDIA APPLICATION PROTOCOLS
    5. STREAMING MEDIA TRANSIMISSION TYPES
    6. D. SECURE STREAMING
    7. STREAMING MEDIA SERVER LOGS
    8. SAMPLE STREAMING MEDIA USER AGREEMENT [MANIAR, 2008]
    9. CONCLUSION
  9. Chapter 2: The Link in the Lesson
    1. Abstract
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. CROSS-CULTURAL TRAINING: FROM DIDACTIC TO EXPERIENTIAL
    4. DEVELOPING CQ: THE PROBLEM WITH EXPERIENTIAL APPROACHES
    5. VIDEO: LINKING THEORY AND EXPERIENCES
    6. USING VIDEO IN CCT: CHALLENGES AND RESTRICTIONS
    7. CONCLUSION
  10. Chapter 3: The Next Step for Use of Streaming Video in Higher Education
    1. Abstract
    2. 1 Introduction
    3. 2 Weblectures
    4. 3 Why weblectures?
    5. 4 Didactics for using weblectures
    6. 5 Copying successful course designs
    7. 6 Which didactic models?
    8. 7 Didactic models for use of weblectures
    9. 8 Evaluation
    10. 9 Conclusion
  11. Chapter 4: Digital Provide
    1. Abstract
    2. BORN DIGITAL
    3. SHIFT HAPPENS
    4. BENEFITS OF DIGITAL
    5. BACK TO NATURE
    6. EVOLUTION OF KNOWLEDGE
    7. FROM TEACHING TO LEARNING
    8. RESEARCH AREAS FOR TRANSFORMATIONAL IMPACT
    9. CONCLUSION
  12. Chapter 5: Using Video Streaming In an Online, Rich-Media Class to Promote Deep Learning While Educating For Social Change
    1. Abstract
    2. BACKGROUND AND OVERVIEW
    3. DESIGN AND PEDAGOGY
    4. PROMOTING DEEP LEARNING IN AN ONLINE TEACHING-AND-LEARNING COURSE
    5. THEORY BEHIND THE DESIGN AND PEDAGOGY
    6. REPLACING SELF-ACTION AND INTERACTION WITH ENACTION
    7. MOVING TOWARDS ENACTIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN EDUCATION
    8. CONCLUSION
  13. Chapter 6: The Effectiveness of Streaming Media Clips in Skills Teaching
    1. Abstract
    2. Introduction
    3. Pattern Cutting: The Move from 2D to 3D
    4. Class Size Considerations
    5. Skills Teaching
    6. Before Independence Comes Dependence
    7. Teaching Considerations
    8. The Comparative Study
    9. How the Sample Was Formed
    10. Preliminary Questionnaires
    11. Two Teaching Groups
    12. Demonstration Group Teaching Protocol
    13. Video Group Teaching Protocol
    14. After The Sessions
    15. Findings
    16. Focus Group Discussions
    17. Conclusion
    18. Implications for the Future
  14. Chapter 7: Teaching Off-Line Digital Video Editing On-Line
    1. Abstract
    2. 1 Introduction
    3. 2 Virtual Learning within Contemporary Higher Education
    4. 3 Existing Interventions
    5. 4 Postproduction VLEs
    6. 5 Asset generation and contextualisation for the i-mpact VLE
    7. 6 Description of the i-mpact VLE
    8. 7 Pedagogic approaches within the i-mpact VLE
    9. 8 Conclusion
  15. Chapter 8: In the Current or Swimming Upstream?
    1. Abstract
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. REVIEW OF RELEVANT LITERATURE ABOUT STREAMING MEDIA IN HIGHER EDUCATION
    4. FINDINGS: THREE HIGHER EDUCATION INSTRUCTORS’ PERCEPTIONS ON USING STREAMING MEDIA
    5. CONCLUSION AND IMPLICATIONS: CROSS-CASE ANALYSIS
  16. Chapter 9: iPod Enhancement for Field Visits in Religious Studies
    1. Abstract
    2. PLACE OF VISITS WITHIN RELIGIOUS STUDIES
    3. THE iPOD STUDY AND APPLICATION
    4. OVERALL CONCLUSION
  17. Chapter 10: Using Digital Stories Effectively to Engage Students
    1. Abstract
    2. RICH MEDIA: THEN AND NOW
    3. RESEARCH FINDINGS ON EFFECTIVENESS OF RICH MEDIA
    4. CASE STUDY: USING RICH MEDIA TO TEACH ENTREPRENEURSHIP
    5. OTHER CREATIVE USES OF RICH MEDIA
    6. CREATING RICH MEDIA THROUGH INTERVIEWS
    7. CONCLUSION
  18. Chapter 11: Unleashing Dormant Diversity
    1. Abstract
    2. DIVERSE LEARNING AUDIENCES
    3. CHARACTERISTICS OF DIVERSE STUDENT COHORTS
    4. SUGGESTIONS FOR USING VIDEO
    5. DISCUSSION
  19. Chapter 12: Streaming Media for Writing Instruction
    1. Abstract
    2. Introduction
    3. Drexel DragonDrop
    4. Special media needs for writing teachers
    5. A few general screen capture and recording thoughts
    6. And a few general advantages
    7. Virtual conferences
    8. Some advantages to AV response
    9. Workshop-like writing lessons
    10. Modeling the writing process
    11. Course introduction and introduction to course materials
    12. Guest writers
    13. Course lessons
    14. How streaming media can encourage writing opportunities around an institution
    15. Conclusions
  20. Chapter 13: Effective Online Courses in Business Administration
    1. Abstract
    2. Introduction
    3. Learning Styles
    4. Distance Education
    5. New Technology Provides the Tools
    6. Online Steaming Video and TACT Component
    7. Constructing a Robust Online Course (OL5)
    8. Conclusion
  21. Chapter 14: Utilitarian and Hedonic Motivations in the Acceptance of Web Casts in Higher Education
    1. Abstract
    2. 1 Introduction
    3. 2 No significant difference?
    4. 3 Multimedia Learning and Web Casts
    5. 4 Technology Acceptance Model
    6. 5 Hedonic motivators in User Acceptance
    7. 6 Hypotheses and Research Model
    8. 7 Methods and Measurement
    9. 8 Results
    10. 9 Discussion
    11. Wrap-up and Implications
  22. Chapter 15: Streaming Live
    1. Abstract
    2. Introduction
    3. Education in the Internet Age
    4. Video in Academia
    5. Online Video: Current Practices
    6. Using Online Live Video in Higher Education: The Background of an Idea
    7. Free Live Video Resources
    8. Conclusion
  23. Chapter 16: The New Chalk and Slate?
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. FROM THE ZOETROPE TO YOUTUBE
    4. THE NEW PLATFORM FOR HIGHER EDUCATION
    5. A PROFESSOR YOU CAN PAUSE AND REWIND
    6. THE ACADEMIC PERSPECTIVE
    7. THE INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVE
    8. CONCLUSION
  24. Chapter 17: IFRS Cyber-Guest Lecturers
    1. Abstract
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. IFRS WEBCASTS AND ONLINE VIDEOS
    4. CLASSIFICATION OF CURRENTLY AVAILABLE IFRS WEBCASTS AND ONLINE VIDEOS
    5. STRATEGIES FOR INCORPORATING IFRS WEBCASTS AND VIDEOS INTO THE CLASSROOM
    6. EXPANSION OF IFRS CYBER-GUESTS INTO AN INNOVATIVE STUDENT VIDEO PROJECT
    7. CONCLUSION: BENEFITS FOR PROFESSORS AND STUDENTS
    8. Appendix A
    9. Appendix B
    10. Appendix C
  25. Chapter 18: Developing Interactive Dramatised Videos as a Teaching Resource
    1. Abstract
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. THE RATIONALE FOR DEVELOPING PROBLEM BASED LEARNING MATERIALS
    4. ARE LECTURES THE APPROPRIATE FORMAT FOR THE DELIVERY OF STREAMING VIDEO?
    5. BENEFITS OF CASE STUDIES
    6. ISSUES WITH IN-CLASS DELIVERY OF CASES
    7. PRODUCING DRAMATIZED CASE-BASED VIDEOS: A HOW TO GUIDE
    8. CONCLUSION
  26. Chapter 19: Higher Education in a Virtual World
    1. Abstract
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. TEACHING THE VIRTUAL GENERATION
    4. LEARNING IN A VIRTUAL WORLD
    5. CREATING A VIRTUAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
    6. CONCLUSION
  27. Chapter 20: Use of Blended E-Learning Resources in Higher Education
    1. Abstract
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. THE CONTEXT OF CHANGES IN HIGHER EDUCATION
    4. APPROACHES TO TEACHING MENTAL HEALTH NURSING
    5. STUDENTS’ APPROACHES TO LEARNING: A CRITIQUE
    6. USING DIGITAL FILM: RESEARCH AND PEDAGOGY
    7. USING DIGITAL FILM: CONTENT DESIGN
    8. REFLECTION AND CONCLUSIONS
  28. Chapter 21: Medium Matters
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. AUTO-ETHNOGRAPHY AS A TOOL IN RESEARCH
    4. THREE AUTO-ETHNOGRAPHIES
    5. GETTING TO OB IN ONLINE MODE
    6. DIFFERENCES AND SIMILARITIES
    7. CONCLUSION
  29. Chapter 22: Online Business Education in India
    1. Abstract2
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. BUSINESS EDUCATION IN INDIA
    4. ONLINE PROGRAM IN MANAGING GLOBAL BUSINESSES
    5. Support of ITL
    6. CHALLENGES FACED
    7. PARTICIPANTS’ FEEDBACK
    8. VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY
    9. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION
  30. Compilation of References
  31. About the Contributors
  32. Index