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Main presenter
Dr. John BLAKE
University of Aizu (Fukushima, Japan)
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Presentation title
Multimodal content creation for pedagogic purposes: Lessons learned
Presentation abstract
Learners expect online learning platforms not only to provide accurate information but also to be multimodal. Creating high-quality multimodal content to meet learner expectations requires a significant commitment of both effort and time. This study aims to identify the most time-efficient and effective method to produce high-quality video materials. Multiple approaches were adopted in the production of a bank of on-demand explanatory video materials. These approaches are described, compared and evaluated. This presentation focusses on the three phases of production of video explanations by three content creators working individually. The three phases are: pre-production (e.g. script, storyboard and shot list), production (e.g. audio and video recording) and post-production (e.g. editing, background music and subtitling). Both the video creation process and the video artefacts were evaluated quantitatively and qualitatively by the content creators and focus groups. The results of the evaluations will be presented and discussed. Some of the key takeaways from this study are that user feedback showed that the most popular pre-recorded format was animated slideshow. A quality management process, check points and checklist will be detailed. The presentation concludes by sharing the most time-efficient way to create an extensive bank of bilingual textual, audio and video materials.
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multimodality, video production, content creation
Managing multimedia/hypermedia environments
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Submitted by
John Blake
Submitted: Sunday, 12 September 2021, 2:48 AM [JST]
Modified: Monday, 8 November 2021, 8:27 AM [JST]
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