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Martin Malchow

Hasso-Plattner-Institut (HPI) für
Softwaresystemtechnik GmbH
Universität Potsdam
Prof.-Dr.-Helmert-Str. 2-3
D-14482 Potsdam
Germany 

office:

H-1.21

phone:

+49 (0)331-5509-461

fax:

+49 (0)331-5509-325

e-mail:

Martin.Malchow(at)hpi.de

Teaching - IT Systems Engineering

Publications

Self-Test Integration in Lecture Video Archives

Martin Malchow, Matthias Bauer, Christoph Meinel
In ICERI2015 Proceedings - 8th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, pages 7631-7638, 11 2015 IATED.

Abstract:

Lecture video archives offer hundreds of lectures. Students have to watch lecture videos in a lecture archive without any feedback. They do not know if they understood everything correctly in comparison to MOOCs (Massive Open Online Course) where a direct feedback with self-tests or assignments is common. In contrast to MOOCs, video lecture archives normally do not offer self-test or assignment sections after every video. Due to this behavior of lecture archives questions have to be made visible on the video page. Furthermore, lecture recording videos are typically longer than videos in MOOCs. So, it is not so reasonable and sometimes even demotivating to ask a lot of questions after a long video when not all information is already memorized by the student. The approach of this paper is to overcome these self-test problems in lecture video archives and to finally solve them in a reasonable way to increase the learning experience and support students to learn more efficient with recorded lecture videos.

Keywords:

self-test, e-learning, assessment, user feedback, lecture video archive

BibTeX file

@inproceedings{Martin2015a,
author = { Martin Malchow, Matthias Bauer, Christoph Meinel },
title = { Self-Test Integration in Lecture Video Archives },
year = { 2015 },
pages = { 7631-7638 },
month = { 11 },
abstract = { Lecture video archives offer hundreds of lectures. Students have to watch lecture videos in a lecture archive without any feedback. They do not know if they understood everything correctly in comparison to MOOCs (Massive Open Online Course) where a direct feedback with self-tests or assignments is common. In contrast to MOOCs, video lecture archives normally do not offer self-test or assignment sections after every video. Due to this behavior of lecture archives questions have to be made visible on the video page. Furthermore, lecture recording videos are typically longer than videos in MOOCs. So, it is not so reasonable and sometimes even demotivating to ask a lot of questions after a long video when not all information is already memorized by the student. The approach of this paper is to overcome these self-test problems in lecture video archives and to finally solve them in a reasonable way to increase the learning experience and support students to learn more efficient with recorded lecture videos. },
keywords = { self-test, e-learning, assessment, user feedback, lecture video archive },
publisher = { IATED },
booktitle = { ICERI2015 Proceedings - 8th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation },
isbn = { 978-84-608-2657-6 },
issn = { 2340-1095 },
priority = { 0 }
}

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