Streaming Media in the Classroom
Submitted Thursday, May 14, 2009 - 12:02
This is a review written by the eStream partnership, published on the 14th June 2004. This handbook provides teachers (and pupils), decision makers, educational support staff in schools as well as content developers and distributors with information about state of the art streaming media technologies in education. It highlights the opportunities for their practical use in education, and offers practical, hands-on information for everyone interested in planning a streaming activity. The publication includes a selection of educational projects applying streaming media, as well as relevant tools from all over Europe and beyond. It gathers best-practises and endeavours both technological and pedagogical issues around the educational use of streaming media. Also available in Greek and German.
Table of contents:
1. Report outline 2. Executive Summary 3. Introduction 4. Streaming Explained 5. Streaming in Education 6. Creating Streamed Materials 7. Standards and Multimedia Formats 8. Future Developments 9. Case-Studies 10. Tools 11. Networking and Support Consortia 12. Glossary 13. Further Resources