I'm a collaborator on a project with Stanford (Roy Pea, et al) involving DIVER and am actually going to a workshop on the use of DIVER and other tools they are developing for research that will take place from July 18-20. Eugene, if you're interested, I could inquire about an additional participant in the workshop, if that would be of interest. Let me know. Thanks.
From: Eugene Matusov [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Fri 6/24/2005 12:54 PM
Subject: RE: Online video annotation software
Dear Phil, Michael, Tony, David, Lara, Noel, and Larry-
Thanks A LOT for your very useful suggestions. I have reviewed them and find
two software that may help for my purpose:
* LessonLab VisibilityT: http://www.lessonlab.com/visibilityplatform
* DIVER: http://diver.stanford.edu <http://diver.stanford.edu/>
Some other suggested software seem to be good for desktop video annotation
but not for online discussions and online video annotation. I hope to use it
for building a professional community of educators through online reflective
discussions of videotaped teaching.
Let me know, please, if you know about any other package.
From: Eugene Matusov [mailto:ematusov@UDel.Edu]
Sent: Thursday, June 23, 2005 10:29 AM
Subject: Online video annotation software
I need you help. I am looking for some software. I need software that allows
my colleagues and my students viewing videos of teaching and make comments
on specific fragments that they can choose. Ideally, it would be nice if the
software also allows the users referring to the selected video fragments of
the clip AND to each other's comments.
Do you know such software or anybody who can help to find it?
I'd appreciate your help.
Eugene Matusov, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Education
School of Education
University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19716
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