|Route map: HomePublicationsEvaluation CookbookSplit Screen Video|
|Split Screen Video|
1. Identify your situation and/or materials for investigation Hint
2. Identify key areas of interest
3. Plan your evaluation session
Try to select tasks which explore different features of the software and which are relevant to its anticipated usage with students. Hint
4. Practicalities of application
Check the student knows where the studio is and can get there and back in time for classes.
Before the session check the software runs OK on the computer in the studio.
Two cameras should be set up, one pointing at the students upper body to catch face and hand movements, the other pointing at the monitor. These images are then combined into a split screen video. Hint
A microphone should be attached to the student and possibly the facilitator so that sound is captured.
The video can be viewed as often as required for different purposes.
Snippets are very useful for demonstrating a point during a talk and/or livening up a conference presentation
© All rights reserved LTDI and content authors.
Last modified: 25 March 1999.