Implementation and Evaluation of Digital E-Lecture Annotation in Learning Groups to Foster Active Learning
Abstract—Implementation and Evaluation of Digital E-Lecture Annotation in Learning Groups to Foster Active Learning. The use of video lectures in distance learning involves the two major problems of < Final Year Projects 2016 > searchability and active user participation.In this paper we promote the implementation and usage of a collaborative educational video annotation functionality to overcome these two challenges. Different use cases and requirements, as well as details of the implementation, are explained. Furthermore, we suggest more improvements to foster a culture of participation and an algorithm for the extraction of semantic data. Finally, evaluations in the form of user tests and questionnaires in a MOOC setting are presented. The results of the evaluation are promising, as they indicate not only that students perceive it as useful, but also that the learning effectiveness increases.
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