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Student Interactive Television Presentations: Local Vs Remote

Brief Paper: Other ID: 23140
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    Stephen Arnold
    University of Arizona South

Abstract: The purpose of this empirical research was to look at the student presentation potential via interactive television (ITV) during a spring 2008 Educational Psychology course. Review of the ITV literature has indicated a need for more student directed, and student to student interactions among sites. During the semester, students (N=11) in an undergraduate Educational Psychology ITV class were required to present in groups via ITV. Following the presentations, students who observed the presentations within the same class (local) and via ITV (remote) completed peer-evaluations. The results suggest that students viewing presentations locally expressed equitable satisfaction in comparison to students viewing presentations remotely.

Presider: Claire Timpany, University of Waikato

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