A system for creating lecture video clipshows
This research achieves two main goals: First it proposes a set of extensions to the existing Opencast Matterhorn lecture video capture system, which should enhance its effectiveness and enable the collection of fine-grained datasets for further research. These extensions allow users to quickly and easily create, find, tag, annotate, and share `clipshows' of their video recorded classes both publicly and privately. Second, the tracking data generated when users create or view the clipshows using these extensions are used to analyze the efficacy of the system.
DegreeMaster of Science (M.Sc.)
SupervisorMcCalla, Gord; Greer, JIm
CommitteeVassileva, Julita; Schneider, Kevin A.; Bruneau, Joel
Copyright DateAugust 2013
technology enhanced learning
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