TV AND ONLINE EDUCATION

Multimedia presentations by Dr. Jon Baggaley
Two sets of 10 videos, each set lasting 5 hours

The 20 videos are designed for those involved in the teaching, design, administration and study of media-based education. A 90-second preview of each set of 10 videos is presented below. Eight of the videos in the 'Beyond Communication' set are available on a stand-alone basis, and are also available in the full set of 10 videos, together with 2 summary videos, bonus features and bibliography. The 10 videos in the 'Inside Research' set are designed to be viewed in sequence, and are available with bonus features and bibliography in the full set.
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Ten-video sets:
1) BEYOND COMMUNICATION
- 8 videos available individually: vimeo.com/ondemand/bcom
- full set of 10 videos (+ bonus features): vimeo.com/ondemand/bcset

2) INSIDE RESEARCH
- full set of 10 videos (+ bonus features): vimeo.com/ondemand/irset
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Click on the screens below to preview the two series and support materials.

  1. Preview: Beyond Communication

    A 10-video, 5-hour series about the theory and practice of TV and online education. The pros and cons of old and new media are compared. The topics are illustrated by state-of-the-art TV techniques involving enactments and special effects. Version 3 of the series includes updates and new video footage. Videos at: vimeo.com/ondemand/bcset/

    Dr. Jon Baggaley is an Emeritus Professor, author, and professional actor in theatre and TV. He has taught at universities in England and Canada, consulted for governments and broadcasting organizations around the world, and is a frequent keynote speaker at international conferences.

  2. Preview: Inside Research

    A 10-video, 5-hour series about the media research and evaluation techniques required to create high-quality multimedia education. The topics are illustrated by state-of-the-art TV techniques involving enactments and special effects. Version 2 of the series includes updates and new video footage. Videos at: vimeo.com/ondemand/irset

    Dr. Jon Baggaley is an Emeritus Professor, author, and professional actor in theatre and TV. He has taught at universities in England and Canada, consulted for governments and broadcasting organizations around the world, and is a frequent keynote speaker at international conferences.

  3. Sample support

    The 'Beyond Communication' series containa 8 videos available on an individual stand-alone basis, and an additional 2 videos summarising the series as a whole. The 'Inside Research' series contains 10 videos designed to be viewed in sequence. Each full set also includes additional support material for its individual videos. Below is a preview of sample support material for 'Inside Research'' video/1.
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    BIBLIOGRAPHY

    Ashby, W. R. (1956). An Introduction to Cybernetics (2015 reprint). Eastford, CT: Martino.

    Conan Doyle, A. (1887). A Study in Scarlet. London: Ward Lock.

    Clark, R (1994). Media will Never Influence Learning. Educational Technology Research and Development 42 (2), pp. 21-29.

    Cronbach, L. & Snow, R. (1977). Aptitudes and Instructional Methods: a handbook for research on interactions. New York: Irvington.

    Kelley, H.H. (1967). Attribution Theory in Social Psychology. Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, 15.

    Kelly, G. [1955]. The Psychology of Personal Constructs. London; New York: Routledge.

    Kendal, S. & Green. M (2007). An Introduction to Knowledge Engineering. London: Springer-Verlag.

    Kozma, R. (1994). The Influence of Media on Learning: The Debate Continues. School Library Media Research 22 (4).

    Kruglanski, A. & Reisberg, D. (eds.) (2013). The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Psychology. New York: Oxford University Press.

    Salomon, G. (1979). Interaction of Media, Cognition and Learning. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
    van Hoorn, J. (2012). Epistemics of the Virtual. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

    Whewell, W. (1840). Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences. London: Parker.