Using interactive video for learning

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  • USINGINTERACTIVEVIDEO FORLEARNINGDIDEM YESIL, MA

    WWW.DIDEMYESIL.COMTIPS ON EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY & E-LEARNING

  • enhance

    learner engagement

    are more

    fun to watchincrease video

    completion rates

    Interactive videos are great tools for e-learning

    and blended learning because they

  • HERE ARE 7 TYPES OFINTERACTIVITY &SUGGESTED WEB 2.0 TOOLS YOUCAN USE FOR EACH TYPE

    EASTWAYUNIVERSITY OFSOCIAL SCIENCES

  • INSERTINGQUESTIONS

    You can integrate open-ended,multiple choice or true/false typequestions into your video using toolssuch as:

    01

    www.zaption.comwww.edpuzzle.comwww.hapyak.comwww.playposit.com

  • GIVINGFEEDBACK

    www.playposit.com allows you tocustomise your feedback after aquestion is answered wrongly. Thishelps learners reflect on their answersand find the correct one themselveswithout you telling them which is theright anwer.

    If you produce your own videos,Camtasia allows you to create in-videoquizzes and when they give anincorrect answer it directs learners tothe exact point in the video where thetopic of the question is mentioned.

    2

    http://playposit.com/http://playposit.com/

  • IN-VIDEOLINKS

    By integrating web links to your video,you create different types of mediatags in the video, which makes thecontent richer. Learners can click thetags when they need moreinformation. You can do this via

    www.ThingLink.comwww.WireWax.com

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    http://playposit.com/http://thinglink.com/

  • VIDEODISCUSSIONS

    www.vialogues.com (video + dialogue)helps you create video-based discussionsthat include time-coded, hyperlinkedcomments. You can post comments,polls, and surveys to scaffold videocontent. Vialogues is the tool you needfor this.

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    http://vialogues.com/

  • VIDEONOTES

    You can add audio-notes anywhere inthe video and customise it based on yourlearning objectives. You can do it byrecording your voice and let it appearwherever you want in the video.

    www.edpuzzle.com

    5

    http://playposit.com/http://edpuzzle.com/

  • VIDEOCHAPTERS

    If this is a long video which is a bit harder tofollow, then you can use www.hapyak.comto break it into chapters. By naming eachchapter and allowing learners to choosewhere they want to go in the video, youmake your content easier to absorb.

    6

    http://hapyak.com/

  • TAKINGNOTES

    www.videonot.es andwww.moocnote.com allow for note-taking while watching the video.Learners can take notes that link backto the appropriate place in the videosand go back to their notes when theywant.

    7

    http://videonot.es/

  • AN INTERACTIVE VIDEO EXAMPLE

    EASTWAYUNIVERSITY OFSOCIAL SCIENCES

    Creating and Selecting Appropriate Visual Displayshttps://www.zaption.com/lessons/5603fb49725a6bac14b3636c

    https://www.zaption.com/lessons/5603fb49725a6bac14b3636c

  • EASTWAYUNIVERSITY OFSOCIAL SCIENCES

    If you have not used interactive videos yet,now it is TIME!

    WWW.DIDEMYESIL.COMTIPS ON EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY & E-LEARNING

    http://didemyesil.com/

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