(DRs Kulturarvsprojekt, 2012)
Streaming video is designed to deliver audio and video presentations over the Internet as a continuous real-time stream.
What do the experts say?
"Its use in distance education seems to enhance the attention of students and assist in developing more effective instruction".
"The use of video in teaching and learning is a common practice in education today. As learning online becomes more of a common practice in education, streaming video and audio will play a bigger role in delivering course materials to online learners".
Kanopy and Business Training-TV are video streaming providers accessible via CDU Library. Below are links to their websites where lecturers can source streaming video content titles. Please contact your Liaison Librarian if you find a ttlte you would like the library to purchase.
Video streams can be viewed using media players such as Quicktime, Flash, Silverlight and Windows Media Player.
If you do not already have them installed they are available from the ITMS Software Center list in your Start-All Programs menu
If your video does not open readily, try opening it in a different browser ie: Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox
If you have trouble downloading the Media players via Software Centre call ITMS for assistance 89466600