The VirtPresenter Lecture Recording System: Automated Production of Web Lectures with Interactive Content Overviews
Interactive Technology and Smart Education Volume 4, Number 1, ISSN 1741-5659
Lecture recordings can be a powerful addition to traditional lectures and they can even serve as a main content source in a number of didactic scenarios. If users can quickly locate relevant passages in a recording, the recording combines the ease of search that comes with electronic text based media with the authenticity and wealth of information that is delivered in a live lecture. Locating relevant passages in a time based media such as a recorded lecture is, however, not as easy as searching an electronic text document. This article presents the virtPresenter lecture recording system that tackles navigation in web lectures with a hypermedia navigation concept that is improved with interactive content overviews. Apart from navigation in web lectures the article also addresses didactic scenarios for web lectures and issues related to the workflow of recording lectures.
Mertens, R., Ketterl, M. & Vornberger, O. (2007). The VirtPresenter Lecture Recording System: Automated Production of Web Lectures with Interactive Content Overviews. Interactive Technology and Smart Education, 4(1), 55-65.
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