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Francisco Jose Ruiz Rey (University of Málaga) 2017-04-12 04:40:40
Action: Combined with Similar Existing Topic
Editor Comments: Editor's Note: I have moved this thread to the Trends page beneath "Blended Learning Designs" as video is a major enabler of the trend. - Michele Cummins

Video annotations are a tool that allow students to create learning communities around a particular video. Various methodologies can be used in the classroom, such as: a) video recorded by the teacher for students to think and create a debate between equals; B) video of an expert so that the students have access to top-level scientific knowledge and can discuss a specific topic; C) videos paired by other classmates to be debated, etc. The idea is to be able, through an appropriate tool, to make text annotations in videos to generate shared knowledge. In my research group we have a tool called OVA accessible at https://gteavirtual.org/ova/