Using VideoAnt Annotations to Provide “Audience-Based” Assessment to Students’ Video Productions

Presenter: Richard Beach
Location: Minneapolis, MN, US
Link to presenter’s K12Online Ning Profile page

Presentation Title: Using VideoAnt Annotations to Provide “Audience-Based” Assessment to Students’ Video Productions

Presentation Description: This presentation describes the use of a free video annotation tool, VideoAnt, for providing specific, targeted feedback to students’ video productions. It contains a tutorial on using VideoAnt and then illustrates the use of VideoAnt to make comments on some high school students’ video production, followed by a teacher and student discussing the value of receiving this feedback.


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Link to presentation’s supporting documents:
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Additional Information:
Twitter: rbeach
http://teachingliterature.typepad.com

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2 Responses to “Using VideoAnt Annotations to Provide “Audience-Based” Assessment to Students’ Video Productions”

  1. [...] web 2.0 and other technologies into the classroom. In my recent PD adventures, I ran across the presentation on a video annotation tool called VideoAnt developed by a crew at the University of [...]

  2. [...] – K12Online Conference Ning Profile page – Richard's 2009 K-12 Online Conference presentation: "Using VideoAnt Annotations to Provide “Audience-Based” Assessment to Students’ Video Productio…" – Richard is a co-author of the book, "Teaching Writing Using Blogs, Wikis, and other Digital [...]

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