The feasibility of Web-enabled digitized video in a learning environment /

by Westmoreland, Lanier A.

Abstract (Summary)
Traditional methods of instruction limit a person's ability to gain required knowledge, yet many advanced technologies are not used. The potential is unlimited when digitally videotaping a course. Streamlining video over the Internet (wireless or hardwire), Digital Versatile Disc (DVD), Video Home System (VHS), and other modes of multi-media delivery, many of which are accomplished with little or no coordination, may be the wave of the future. The technology and flexibility provided by digitizing a course may be extremely beneficial and cost effective. In addition, if educators use methods of network, customer relations, and knowledge management to implement and to maintain processes, operations tend to run smoothly from start to finish. Essentially, digitally videotaping a course makes it possible to disseminate lessons to facilities by accessing the Internet, and providing that data to organizations with computer hardware and software, or simply store that data for future use. Adopting this method enables the product to be created efficiently and expeditiously. Whether at a university, a government installation, a civilian organization, or on a ship, by employing the hardware and software to show digitized video, educators can disseminate courses to enhance the learning process in a timely and fairly inexpensive manner.
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School:The United States Naval Postgraduate School

School Location:USA - California

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:world wide web digital video media programs education knowledge management


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