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Expert in my pocket: creating first person POV videos to enhance mobile learning

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posted on 2015-01-01, 00:00 authored by Peter Bright, B Lord, Helen Forbes, F Oprescu, N Barr, T Downer, Nikki PhillipsNikki Phillips, L McTeir, Vilma Simbag, Kristel Alla
Worldwide, there has been a rapid increase in both the use of mobile technologies as a conduit for student learning and the use of wearable cameras to record sporting and recreational activities. The Expert in My Pocket project (EiMP) has combined these two technologies to produce a repository of freely available short videos and supporting materials to enhance student development of psychomotor clinical skills. The videos are presented from a first person point of view (1PPOV) with expert health professionals ‘thinking aloud’ as they demonstrate selected skills. Research indicates that students and educators overwhelmingly support the concept of EiMP videos and more importantly value the 1PPOV as an authentic view. This paper demonstrates the techniques and equipment employed to produce these videos, which consisted of a chest or head mounted GoPro camera operated via an iPad. Additionally, the paper explains another innovative feature, Quick Response (QR) Codes, that when linked to the videos placed on equipment assists with “just in time” mobile learning.



The Higher Education Technology Agenda. Conference (2015 : Gold Coast, Queensland)


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2015, THETA

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THETA 2015 : Create, connect, consume - innovating today for tomorrow : Proceedings of the 2015 The Higher Education Technology Agenda Conference

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