Can the use of supplementary video and audio materials support student understanding of 3D animation? Some results, analysis and conclusions
Newbutt, Nigel, Flynn, Ryan and Kinchington, Francia (2009) Can the use of supplementary video and audio materials support student understanding of 3D animation? Some results, analysis and conclusions. In: Uhomoibhi, James, Ross, Margaret and Staples, Geoff, (eds.) Fourteenth International Conference on Software Process Improvement Research, Education and Training: INSPIRE 2009. The British Computer Society, Swindon, UK, pp. 21-32. ISBN 978-1-906124-22-9Full text not available from this repository.
A project within a computing department at the University of Greenwich, has been carried out to identify whether podcasting can be used to help understanding and learning of a subject (3D Animation). We know that the benefits of podcasting in education (HE) can be justified, ; ; ; ; ;  and that some success has been proven, but this paper aims to report the results of a term-long project that provided podcast materials for students to help support their learning using Xserve and Podcast Producer technology. Findings in a previous study  identified podcasting as a way to diversify learning and provde a more personalised learning experience for students, as well as being able to provide access to a greater mix of learning styles . Finally this paper aims to present the method of capture and distribution, the methodologies of the study, analysis of results, and conclusions that relate to podcasting and enhanced supported learning.
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