Video Productions as Learning Resources in Students' Knowledge Building in the Ubiquitous Society

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The chapter investigates how video productions may facilitate students’ knowledge building. The video productions in question may either be existing video productions directly aimed for educational use, video productions created in other contexts, but used in educational settings, or video productions developed by the students themselves. This is investigated from a theoretical as well as an empirical perspective, building on the authors’ experiences from researching and teaching dealing with production of video in learning situations, with different learning objectives and didactic designs in mind. The chapter presents an overview of the state-of-the art of research on using video productions as learning resources, followed by discussions of our own research results and practices. From the overview and the discussions concepts are defined and research questions formed, based on a multimodal perspective on teaching and educational design. We conclude by arguing where and why there is a need for more knowledge about video productions' potential as learning resources.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicatione-Learning for Lifelong Learning in Ubiquitous Society : e-ASEM Collaborative Research Paper
EditorsTaerim Lee
Place of PublicationSeoul, South Korea
PublisherKNOU (Korea National Open University) Press
Publication date2012
Pages221-248
ISBN (Print)978-89-20-01127-6 93370
ISBN (Electronic)978-89-20-01128-3 93370
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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  • lifelong learning
  • e-Learning
  • video as learning resource

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Buhl, M., Andreasen, L. B., Ørngreen, R., Levinsen, K., & Rattleff, P. (2012). Video Productions as Learning Resources in Students' Knowledge Building in the Ubiquitous Society. In T. Lee (Ed.), e-Learning for Lifelong Learning in Ubiquitous Society: e-ASEM Collaborative Research Paper (pp. 221-248). Seoul, South Korea: KNOU (Korea National Open University) Press.
Buhl, Mie ; Andreasen, Lars Birch ; Ørngreen, Rikke ; Levinsen, Karin ; Rattleff, Pernille. / Video Productions as Learning Resources in Students' Knowledge Building in the Ubiquitous Society. e-Learning for Lifelong Learning in Ubiquitous Society: e-ASEM Collaborative Research Paper. editor / Taerim Lee. Seoul, South Korea : KNOU (Korea National Open University) Press, 2012. pp. 221-248
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Video Productions as Learning Resources in Students' Knowledge Building in the Ubiquitous Society. / Buhl, Mie; Andreasen, Lars Birch; Ørngreen, Rikke; Levinsen, Karin; Rattleff, Pernille.

e-Learning for Lifelong Learning in Ubiquitous Society: e-ASEM Collaborative Research Paper. ed. / Taerim Lee. Seoul, South Korea : KNOU (Korea National Open University) Press, 2012. p. 221-248.

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