|Peter B. Kaufman
Associate Director, Center for New Media Teaching and Learning
Coordinator of Teaching, Learning, & Library Services, Center for New Media Teaching and Learning
Videos are becoming ubiquitous in higher education — in classrooms, in distance learning, and in presentations of university events for audiences worldwide. But how effectively is this media being used? As user participation flourishes in YouTube, Wikipedia, and iTunes, it is time for a breakthrough in video-based education. What kinds of hybrids will emerge when educational video breeds with participatory media? Columbia’s Center for New Media Teaching and Learning has been working on classroom tools designed to promote analytic use and purposeful manipulation of video. This panel will demonstrate these tools, including the NSF-funded VITAL: Video Interactions for Teaching and Learning, a multimedia essay environment that integrates video libraries with clipping and tagging workspaces.
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