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Click and go video

Click and Go Video

Jim Strom

Director: Advanced Telematics Centre

University of Manchester

Click and go video1

Click and Go Video

  • Click and Go Project

  • Streaming Technology

  • Case Studies

  • Resource Development

Click and go video


  • Use freely available streaming technologies

  • Make the set up process quick and non-intrusive

  • Automate the capturing, archiving and playback

  • Use streaming video to provide an engaging and compelling learning environment

Click and go aims

Click and Go: Aims

  • Establish a methodology covering all the information needed to integrate video lectures with other resources and to present them over the Web

  • Produce a set of tools to ease the creation of video-streamed multimedia presentations

  • Generate ‘How to do it’ guides, easy-to-follow tutorials and guides to learning and best practice

Click and go partners

Click and Go Partners


  • University of Manchester

  • Manchester Metropolitan University

  • Lancaster University

  • JISC/DNER Funding Aug 2000-Jul 2002

Dner learning teaching programme

36 projects running August 2000 - July 2003

£10.5 M

divided into 6 clusters:

moving image and sound, images, museum content, enhancing JISC services, improving access to L&T resources and virtual environments

which are:

Creating tailored learning and teaching materials

Providing access to digital collections

Enhancing JISC Services

DNER Learning & Teaching Programme

Streaming technology

Streaming Technology

  • Free players

  • Free encoder software ($QuickTime Pro)

  • Free server software ($Real Server Plus/Pro)

  • Multiple streaming formats and codecs

  • Simultaneous streams (Real: licence limitation)

  • Data rates ranging from Kbps to Mbps

  • Support for SMIL (RealVideo + QuickTime)

Creative tool

Creative Tool

Case studies

Case Studies

  • Real-time and on-demand streaming of lectures integrated with slides and ancillary video

  • Bookmarking key events in the video stream and providing hyperlinks to supporting learning material

  • Providing video-based demonstrations to support student-driven assignments

  • Linking desktop videoconferencing and application sharing to support collaborative learning

  • Using micro video clips to illustrate specific practical activities

Teaching of medicine 1

Teaching of Medicine-1

  • Manchester Royal Infirmary, University of Manchester

  • Irritable bowel syndrome

  • Lectures available for students on-demand

  • Building a video knowledge base for consultants

Teaching of medicine 2

Teaching of Medicine-2

Fashion marketing

Fashion Marketing

  • UMIST Department of Textiles

  • Fashion show

    -video diaries

  • Buying game

    -video scene setting + tips from some real buyers

    -students play at being the buyers (+VC/Excel)

    -videoed student presentations

The buying game

The Buying Game

Case study cookery

Case Study: Cookery

  • Tourism and Hospitality Department

  • Manchester Metropolitan University

  • Supporting kitchen practical work

    -reducing amount of repetition by teaching staff

  • Short high quality instructional clips

    -available before, during and after the event

Implementation issues

Implementation Issues

  • Lack of video equipment available to departments

  • Gaining co-operation of technical support staff

  • Balancing live capture with prepared video material

  • How best to capture practical videos

    -storyboard it or show a skilled operator working from raw materials

    -losing the colour texture of food

Resource development

Resource Development

  • Web Site

  • Tools – SMIL wizard, etc

  • ‘How to do it’ guides

  • Technology demonstrators

  • Guides to learning and best practice

  • Case studies

  • Workshops

Contact details

Contact Details

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