Procedures That Improve the Interactive Video: Learning Environment
A survey to determine the effectiveness of using Interactive Video (IV) as an instructional delivery method is providing Extension educators with guidance to improve the IV learning environment. Participants from three separate IV classes were asked to complete a questionnaire designed to query knowledge gains and participant evaluation of room set-up and facilitation. The evaluation revealed that the better students at distant sites hear and see the instructor during the class, the higher their reported level of increased knowledge. The survey also revealed the need for pre-planning, including education on using the system for instructors, facilitators, and participants.
Powell, P., Smith, M., & Davis, R. (2008). Procedures That Improve the Interactive Video: Learning Environment. The Journal of Extension, 46(3), Article 29. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol46/iss3/29