Video Conversations: The social power of video for distributed collaborations. Roy Pea Stanford University 5th Media X Conference April 16, 2007.
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5th Media X Conference
April 16, 2007
In today's attention economy, Internet users should be able to rapidly explore, discover and create points of view on video content that matters to them — for their use and for sharing in conversations with others.
Alan Kay - "Point of view is worth 80 IQ points"But conversations about video
™ if you couldThe DIVER Project
Goals: To invent, develop and explore values of new ways of interacting & collaborating with digital video - in support of learning sciences research, learning, and teaching
™ if you could
Scenario 5: Film analysis and assessment
Scenario 1: Learning interaction analysis
Scenario 2: Learning tool prototype design
Scenario 6: Japanese conversation instruction
Scenario 4: Film making
“Probably the most feasible approach is to publish movies describing the methods, a service already offered by some publications and protocol websites, but which could become routine. Much more information on the essential steps of a new protocol, including audio commentary on the trickiest steps (from the position of the Petri dishes to the speed of dispensing), could be accessible using video format and published online with the paper. Such videos could transform the way in which methods are communicated.”
™ if you could
DIVER Team: Roy Pea (Director), Joe Rosen (Senior Engineer), Robb Lindgren, Sarah Lewis, Greg Wientjes
DIVER Alumni: Michael Mills, Eric Hoffert, Ken Dauber, Wolfgang Effelsberg, Dirk Farin, Amir Lopatin, Paula Wellings, Mike Ananny
Since 2001, DIVER Project goals have been to invent, develop and explore values of new ways of interacting, collaborating, and learning with digital video.
Thanks to major funding from the National Science Foundation, and also to Hewlett Foundation, Cisco, KDDI, Nokia, IBM, and TimeWarner.