Four phases of video streaming

A case study of medical teaching

Forfattere

  • Mads Ronald Dahl
  • Kasper Lauritzen
  • Peter Musaeus Aarhus Universitet

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.7146/lom.v14i24.125083

Nøgleord:

Video streaming, Medicinsk uddannelse, Universitetspædagogik, Blended learning

Resumé

Denne artikel undersøger videostreaming i forskellige undervisningssituationer med varierende grader af studenteraktivering lige fra forelæsninger til team-baseret læring. Artiklen er et casestudie om implementering af video-streaming på Medicin, Aarhus Universitet. Artiklens mål er at udvikle en model af videostreaming i studenter-centreret undervisning. Forskningsspørgsmålet er: Hvad kendetegner faser i video-streaming i forhold til studentercentreret undervisning? Artiklen udvikler en model med fire faser af videostreaming baseret på et empirisk casestudie og teori om læringsdesign. Artiklen argumenterer for at både undervisere, e-moderatorer og studerende spiller en rolle i forhold til at gøre video-streaming til en nyttig undervisningsteknologi. Selvom universitetsundervisere relativt nemt kan udvikle videoer med sin smartphone eller ved hjælp af et digitalt videokamera, er der fordele ved at indlejre teknologien i en social uddannelsessammenhæng i forhold til roller og faser i undervisningsforløb. Undervisningsudviklere skal i samarbejde med undervisere lære at se mulighederne i video-streaming ud fra et undervisningsforløb.

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2021-06-29

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Dahl, M. R., Lauritzen, K., & Musaeus, P. (2021). Four phases of video streaming: A case study of medical teaching. Tidsskriftet Læring Og Medier (LOM), 14(24). https://doi.org/10.7146/lom.v14i24.125083