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    題名: 網路教學影片可接近性設計探討
    The Study of Accessibility for Online Learning Videos
    作者: 紀曦昀
    Chi, Hsi-Yu
    貢獻者: 林玲遠

    Lin, Ling-Yuan
    Li, Tasi-Ye

    Chi, Hsi-Yu
    關鍵詞: 直接性
    Social prescience
    Technology-mediated learning
    Online teaching videos
    Microsoft PowerPoint
    日期: 2018
    上傳時間: 2018-09-03 16:00:46 (UTC+8)
    摘要: 一個具有「可接近性」的教室教學環境,可以讓學生感受到與教學者的連結,通常有助於促進學生的學習意願和成效。本研究欲探討:網路教學影片的設計是否也能因為加入「可接近性」的面向,而提升使用者的觀看意願和學習動機。
    A pedagogical environment that has high degree of “accessibility” allows students to feel connected with the teacher, which usually helps to promote students’ willingness and effectiveness of leaning. This study is intended to explore whether the design of online teaching videos can also enhance the user's motivation and willingness to watch videos by adding the feature of "accessibility"
    This study combines action research with video design. Design strategies are developed in three ways: firstly, exploring the concepts of technology-mediated learning and multimedia design principles through literature review; secondly, interviewing experienced online learners; and thirdly, organizing my own teaching experience. A two-step, cyclic design process is used to produce and evaluate the videos, examining whether the researcher’s online teaching videos exhibit the advantage of “accessibility”.
    The results show that the theories of immediacy and social presence can be adopted and generate design strategies that could create the feature of “accessibility” in online teaching videos. However, for online learning environment, “accessibility” is not necessarily an effective way to increase the user’s willingness to watch videos. This insight implies crucial characteristics of online learning that are worth further investigation in future research. This study is based on both theoretical inquiry and practical experience. Apart from the contribution to the academic field, this study also provides practical ideas and strategies useful to teachers who are interested in transforming their courses into online videos.
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    描述: 碩士
    資料來源: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0104462007
    資料類型: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/THE.NCCU.DCT.008.2018.B02
    顯示於類別:[數位內容碩士學位學程] 學位論文
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