Some Techno-Human Factors in Interactive Video Based Language Learning
Interactive video and multimedia learning environments should not remain laboratory-centered techniques serving only as a basis for a number of limited demonstrations and experiments. Our assumption has been that design and experiments should be both a continuous ongoing process spreading over a number of years and an attempt to address some of the learning issues university students have to face in a context of mass education.
KeywordsForeign Language Interactive Video Comprehension Skill Video Material Educational Technology Research
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