I’ve been working with videolectures for four and a half years now, so maybe a bit of reflection is a good thing! Below is a list of the good, the bad and the ugly regarding speakers on screen.
This is nothing new for the world, but it is new for the University (I think?): we’ve officially posted our first lecture on YouTube last November. You can see it in all its glory here (in Dutch though):
This summer I’ve started a few endeavours that can be summarized as Project “ICTO helps!” For starters I’ve added a few more videos on YouTube to explain common acts in Blackboard: For more: http://www.youtube.com/cswuva#p/u I’ve also started to design a flyer that aims to help teachers whenever they are in need of ICT assistance by
So I’m working on my Bachelor thesis, and I’m trying to find out about the attitudes regarding ICT in education of the teaching staff of the Social Sciences. I’ve now done eleven in depth interviews, most of them lasting about one hour. Below I have written down some statements (work in progress) that teachers have
How does trust figure into educational services online? What role does the internet play in the trust between, for instance, teacher and student? Does the online environment add to feelings of trust, or does it undermine them?