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Title: Asynchronous critiques via video to enable studio collaboration for employability skills in distance education
Contributor(s): Billingsley, William  (author)orcid ; Phan, Huy  (author)orcid ; Ngu, Bing  (author)orcid ; Kwan, Paul  (author); Gromik, Nicolas  (author); Torbay, Rosemary  (project team member); Fletcher, Peter R  (project team member)orcid ; Subedi, Dambaru  (project team member)orcid 
Publication Date: 2021
Open Access: Yes
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Abstract: Studio courses have become a key way in which professional skills, especially those involving collaboration and design, are taught in several fields. Studios typically involve students working on a design problem (individually or in groups), periodically presenting their work, and critiquing the work of others. They support 'productive inquiry', teamwork, communication, and reflection. They also enable students to apply their knowledge to more realistic, multifaceted problems, and to learn from each other's project experiences, not just their own. However, this culture of collaboration and critique of work in progress is typically offered in on-campus modes and can be difficult to achieve for online and distributed classes. This project examined the dynamics of using an asynchronous video-based approach to critiques, in classes that predominantly comprise distance education students. In this approach, students are asked to submit video presentations of their work in progress, and then to record video critiques of each other's work.
Publication Type: Report
Publisher: Australian Government, Department of Education, Skills and Employment
Place of Publication: Canberra, Australia
ISBN: 9781761141027
Fields of Research (FoR) 2020: 460804 Computing education
460105 Applications in social sciences and education
390405 Educational technology and computing
Socio-Economic Objective (SEO) 2020: 160102 Higher education
HERDC Category Description: R1 Report
Extent of Pages: 38
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School of Education
School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
School of Science and Technology

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