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Title: Uses of video in educational research
Authors: Tan, Lip Thye
Issue Date: May-2005
Citation: Proceedings of the Redesigning pedagogy: research, policy, practice conference, Singapore, May - June 2005.
Abstract: While most are familiar with the idea of using a video camera as a generic recording device, a deeper understanding of what happens “behind the camera”; the biases that audio and video recording usually are accompanied with; and the type and level of analysis of recorded footage, is still largely lacking in many educational research communities. In this paper, a quick survey of some technical, methodological, and analytic issues is presented with a view to introduce to the reader some established paths to pursue for further study. A brief presentation of work attempted elsewhere is also offered, and several suggestions for incorporating video into research in the local context are proposed for the reader’s consideration.
Project number: CRP 3/05 MO
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