Interactive Video in Online Education : Evaluation of Current Video Delivery Systems for Interactive Features Defined in Literature
Abstract: Increasingly lectures are being offered online in the form of online lecture videos. Although more and more lectures are now being offered online in the form of videos, they tend to be mostly non-interactive and linear. This thesis examines current approaches to online learning and evaluate current video delivery services to determine if they can support the kind of interactive features that are defined in the literature. The thesis shows that the video delivery services can be used to integrate interactive elements, but will do so by being used together with other technologies, such as HTML5.
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