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The place of digital video in the curriculum

Burn, Andrew (2007) The place of digital video in the curriculum. In: Sage handbook of e-learning research. SAGE, London, pp. 504-523. ISBN 9781412919388 (hbk.); 9781848607859 (electronic)

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Additional Information: Field of Enquiry: media literacy; multimedia authoring; learning with ICT Perspective: overview of research studies in the use of digital moving image software in education. Draws on EPPI systematic review of research literature by the same author in 2003. Original contribution: this, and the earlier review, are the most authoritative accounts of research in the use of digital video in schools internationally; in addition, the author's own research studies in this specific field represent the largest output on this subject internationally (see, for instance, BECTa's summary of research on digital video use). Significance: this is an invited chapter for a prestigious research handbook, with other contributions from leaders in various e-learning specialisms. Research basis/rigour: the original basis of the chapter was conducted under the rigorous EPPI systematic reviewing system. It represents an extension of the account previously given, and a construction of new categories analysing the accounts of digital video use in schools in different contexts (media education, the arts, cross-curricular use, etc). The article was reviewed by the editors.
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Date Deposited: 16 Mar 2011 15:19
Last Modified: 29 Jan 2015 09:32
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