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Title: Learning in higher education: Machinima vs traditional video
Contributor(s): Gregory, Sue (author)orcid ; Gregory, Brent (author)
Publication Date: 2017
DOI: 10.21125/edulearn.2017.0685
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Abstract: Two academics at a regional university in Australia explore the differences between creating machinima and traditional video for their Higher Education students. The media is used for their undergraduate first-year online Education and Accounting students. Outlined is an overview of the two medium and their conclusions as to the machinima/video they prefer to use as a resource for their student and why. Machinima and traditional videos have been used with the author's students over the past ten years. In Education, the use of machinima/video has been an added resource and was not compulsory to use. With the Accounting students, the machinima/video were used to complement a compulsory component of the student's study resources. Due to this, there were many more views of the machinima/video of the Accounting students due to the videos being used as a resource for assessable tasks. This paper explores the academic's perceptions of the benefits of using the two medium.
Publication Type: Conference Publication
Conference Name: EDULEARN17: 9th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, Barcelona, Spain, 3rd-5th July, 2017
Source of Publication: EDULEARN17 Proceedings: 9th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, p. 8978-8984
Publisher: International Association of Technology, Education and Development (IATED)
Place of Publication: Barcelona, Spain
ISSN: 2340-1117
Field of Research (FOR): 130103 Higher Education
HERDC Category Description: E2 Non-Refereed Scholarly Conference Publication
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