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Experiences with Structured Recording and Replay in Interactive Remote Instruction. Kurt Maly et al. Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, USA. Introduction. Two widely used distance learning methods are:

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Experiences with structured recording and replay in interactive remote instruction

Experiences with Structured Recording and Replay in Interactive Remote Instruction

Kurt Maly et al.

Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, USA


Introduction
Introduction Interactive Remote Instruction

  • Two widely used distance learning methods are:

  • IRI (Interactive Remote Instruction) combines key features of both methods. It has been used for the past 4 years in regular credit classes.

TV-based

courses

Web-based

courses


Degree of interaction
Degree of Interaction Interactive Remote Instruction

  • “In its most fundamental form education is interaction among teacher, student, and subject content.”

  • Increasing the degree of interaction increases effectiveness and satisfaction.

  • When comparing traditional environments (2-way audio, one-way video and traditional classrooms) with IRI, the perception of classroom interaction of the IRI group is consistently higher.


Recording architecture
Recording Architecture Interactive Remote Instruction

  • Recording is based on a passive “participant” that records the session.

  • Playback is based on an active “participant” that plays back on demand.

  • The architecture allows us to mix live with recorded sessions.

  • Storage: anywhere from 300MB to 1GB/h.


Recording and review
Recording and Review Interactive Remote Instruction

  • IRI session recording and review are completely controlled through Java applets.


Recording and review cont
Recording and Review (cont.) Interactive Remote Instruction

  • IRI Control Panel in a session


Recording and review cont1
Recording and Review (cont.) Interactive Remote Instruction

  • Interfaces for review selection


Recording and review cont2
Recording and Review (cont.) Interactive Remote Instruction

  • Replay and live session integration


Architecture of replaying and recording controller

Web Server Interactive Remote Instruction

Machine

Recording/

Replay

Machine

Java

Server

Recording

Replay Server

Client Machine

Web

Browser

Java

Applet

Architecture of Replaying and Recording Controller


Status and future work
Status and Future Work Interactive Remote Instruction

  • IRI has evolved into a reliable system.

  • We plan to continue use of this UNIX version for classes over the next year.

  • We are currently designing a platform independent version, Java based, with an emphasis on supporting at-home class members.


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