Scalable Multimedia Learning: From local eLectures to global Opencast

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Titel: Scalable Multimedia Learning: From local eLectures to global Opencast
Autor(en): Ketterl, Markus
Erstgutachter: Prof. Dr. Oliver Vornberger
Zweitgutachter: Prof. Dr. Christian Bauckhage
Zusammenfassung: Universities want to go where the learners are to share their rich scientific and intellectual knowledge beyond the walls of the academy and to expand the boundaries of the classroom. This desire has become a critical need, as the worldwide economy adjusts to globalization and the need for advanced education and training becomes ever more critical. Unfortunately, the work of creating, processing, distributing and using quality multimedia learning content is expensive and technically challenging. The work combines research results, lessons learned and usage findings in the presentation of a fully open source based scalable lecture capture solution, that is useful in the heterogenous computing landscape of today’s universities and learning institutes. Especially implemented user facing applications and components are being addressed, which enable lecturers, faculty and students to record, analyze and subsequently re-use the recorded multimedia learning material in multiple and attractive ways across devices and distribution platforms.
Schlagworte: adaptive multimedia; data mining; dynamic media objects; eLectures; e-learning; feeds; lecture recording; learning portals; multimedia; micro learning; m-learning; human computer interaction; rich internet applications; user interfaces; mobile development; streams; web 2.0; web technologies; web lectures; video based learning; visual analytics; open source; opencast; podcasting; recommender systems; social software; social navigation
Erscheinungsdatum: 27-Mär-2014
Publikationstyp: Dissertation oder Habilitation [doctoralThesis]
Enthalten in den Sammlungen:FB06 - E-Dissertationen

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