Lecture Capture – Sometimes it’s better to be heard…and not seen

Rob Weale, ReadWriteWeb, Feb 17, 2014
Commentary by Stephen Downes

According to Rob Weale, unless there is a pedagogical imperative to presenting video of yourself, online lectures might be better were they presented as audio and supported by slides. At which point, I have to ask, why must there be a pedagogical imperative before we do something? He writes, "this post touches on some broader issues concerning the notions of ‘technology driven education’ vs. ‘education driven technology’." Really? In my most recent presentation page, I posted both video and slide-supported audio. Why? Because I could. Because I want there to be a record of it, even if it's not a pedagogical imperative. Via alt.

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