Monthly Archives: January 2014

‘How Video Content is Revolutionising Learning’

This has annoyed me today: http://elearninginfographics.com/how-video-content-is-revolutionizing-learning-infographic/, and while I try not to get upset about stuff being wrong on the internet I have found that looking through the literature on using video in education this sort of ill-defined or unevidenced … Continue reading

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Talking heads

Sadly not a post about the magnificent 70/80s art rockers, but about an interesting paper that I read recently (van Gog, Vermeer & Vermeer,2014, Computers & Education 72:323-327 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.compedu.2013.12.004 (paywall may apply)), which is mildly related to my posting of 20 November on using video for … Continue reading

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