Videos are reusable learning objects that can be used to promote students learning. Research shows that the majority of students and teachers in higher education think that videos improve the learning experience and even basic video tools have a significant impact on the learning outcome. Videos are efficient tools for on-line learning and the adult education the use of videos will also boost learning outcomes among the adult learners and enhance their professional development (Greenberg, & Zanetis, 2012; Mayer, 2014).
Research also points that on-line learning will grow in importance in the near future and that flipped classroom will become a standard teaching method in higher education and that two important video-based trends, distant and on-line learning and flipping the classroom, will likely to become the standard.
In adult education and higher education there have been attempts at community colleges in using videos for different kind of purposes. However if there is a growing need for producing video material, at the same time a lack in know-how within the collegian team, regarding production and pedagogical aspects and advantages of videos in education. Video material has mainly been produced by teachers in different amateurish ways, without having crucial knowledge about video production. The problems with video material in education are both technical and pedagogical and there is still a growing demand for technical and pedagogical guides among the teachers on the use of videos (Kaltura, 2015; Korkut, Dornberger, Diwanji, Puthur Simon, & Maerki, 2015).
Greenberg, A. D., & Zanetis, J. (2012). The impact of broadcast and streaming video in education. Wainhouse Research Kaltura. (2015). The state of video in education: A Kaltura report. Projeto Kaltura. Korkut, S., Dornberger, R., Diwanji, P., Puthur Simon, B., & Maerki, M. (2015). Success Factors of Online Learning Videos. Int. J. Interact. Mob. Technol, 9(4), 17. doi:10.3991/ijim.v9i4.4460 Mayer, R. E. (2014). The Cambridge Handbook of Multimedia Learning (2nd ed.). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
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