The Learning Potential of Video Sketching

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This paper introduces a video sketching technique applied to learning settings and investigates what participants learn from creating and redesigning videos while sketching. This process links various sketching techniques and creative
reflection processes to video productions. Traditionally, designers across various disciplines have used sketching as an integrative part of their everyday practice, and sketching has proven to have a multitude of purposes in professional design. The purpose of this paper is to explore what happens when an extra layer of video recording is added during the early sketching phases. Using empirical examples, this paper presents and discusses the video recording of sketching sessions. The empirical data is based on workshop sessions with researchers, students and teachers. Inspired by the work of Olofsson and
Sjölén (2007), the sketching sessions were organised into four different phases: investigative, exploratory, explanatory and persuasive. The findings show that adding video to investigative and explorative sketching sessions adds a different time and space dimension, allowing participants to identify and return to crucial moments, such as when one idea spawns a new one or another is rejected. Also, video can make participants very and even too self-aware, though in explanatory and persuasive sessions, this may support participants to use more precise and explicit language. Based on these experiments, four different steps of collaborative video sketching have been identified: shaping, recording, viewing and editing. Combined with the different modes, these steps constitute the basis of our video sketching framework. This framework has been used as a tool for redesigning learning activities. It suggests new scenarios to include in future research using the setups presented in the two cases in this paper. Thus, the video sketching framework is to be viewed as a dynamic framework that is open for further exploration.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 16th European Conference on e-learning ECEL 2017 : ISCAP Porto, Portugal, 26-27 October 2017
EditorsDr Anabela Mesquita , Dr Paula Peres
Number of pages9
Volume1
Place of PublicationReading, UK
PublisherAcademic Conferences and Publishing International
Publication date26 Oct 2017
Edition1
Pages422-430
ISBN (Print)978-1-911218-59-3
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-911218-60-9
Publication statusPublished - 26 Oct 2017
EventEuropean conference on e-learning 2017 - the Polytechnic Institute of Porto., Porto, Portugal
Duration: 26 Oct 201727 Oct 2017

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ConferenceEuropean conference on e-learning 2017
Locationthe Polytechnic Institute of Porto.
CountryPortugal
CityPorto
Period26/10/201727/10/2017
SeriesAcademic Bookshop Proceedings Series
ISSN2049-0992

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  • video sketching
  • learning, reflection
  • technologically enhanced learning
  • creativity

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Ørngreen, R., Henningsen, B., Gundersen, P. B., & Hautopp, H. (2017). The Learning Potential of Video Sketching. In D. A. Mesquita , & D. P. Peres (Eds.), Proceedings of the 16th European Conference on e-learning ECEL 2017: ISCAP Porto, Portugal, 26-27 October 2017 (1 ed., Vol. 1, pp. 422-430). Reading, UK: Academic Conferences and Publishing International. Academic Bookshop Proceedings Series
Ørngreen, Rikke ; Henningsen, Birgitte ; Gundersen, Peter Bukovica ; Hautopp, Heidi. / The Learning Potential of Video Sketching. Proceedings of the 16th European Conference on e-learning ECEL 2017: ISCAP Porto, Portugal, 26-27 October 2017. editor / Dr Anabela Mesquita ; Dr Paula Peres. Vol. 1 1. ed. Reading, UK : Academic Conferences and Publishing International, 2017. pp. 422-430 (Academic Bookshop Proceedings Series).
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Ørngreen, R, Henningsen, B, Gundersen, PB & Hautopp, H 2017, The Learning Potential of Video Sketching. in DA Mesquita & DP Peres (eds), Proceedings of the 16th European Conference on e-learning ECEL 2017: ISCAP Porto, Portugal, 26-27 October 2017. 1 edn, vol. 1, Academic Conferences and Publishing International, Reading, UK, Academic Bookshop Proceedings Series, pp. 422-430, Porto, Portugal, 26/10/2017.

The Learning Potential of Video Sketching. / Ørngreen, Rikke; Henningsen, Birgitte; Gundersen, Peter Bukovica; Hautopp, Heidi.

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Ørngreen R, Henningsen B, Gundersen PB, Hautopp H. The Learning Potential of Video Sketching. In Mesquita DA, Peres DP, editors, Proceedings of the 16th European Conference on e-learning ECEL 2017: ISCAP Porto, Portugal, 26-27 October 2017. 1 ed. Vol. 1. Reading, UK: Academic Conferences and Publishing International. 2017. p. 422-430. (Academic Bookshop Proceedings Series).