Learning with video
EVA - A Video Learning Environment
keywords: Video-based learning and teaching, Video in eResearch, video annotation, online learning, educational technology, Learning technologies, new media
EVA is an innovative research-based technology that provides an online environment for video-based learning and teaching. Designed for education, it includes support for scaffolding, collaboration, reflection, feedback, annotation, quick video navigation, and asynchronous and synchronous learning.
EVA stands for Educational Video with Analysis, Annotation & Assessment.
EVA is ideal for learning content that involves procedures, performance, languages, presentations, and for capturing experts, demonstrations and time-based events for future educational use. It has already been used in a variety of disciplines including child psychology, sport coaching, teacher training, and social work.
Watch the 'Prezi' on EVA.
- Wai Yat Wong
- Peter Reimann
- Peter Goodyear
- Lina Markauskaite
- Hui Zhong Shen
- Donna O’Connor
- Wayne Cotton
- Vilma Fyfe
- Pauline Howie
- Anthony Loughland
- Heman Chan
- Ken Yap
- Daniel Jing Yu Zhang
- Pius Jeon
Wong, W. Y., Reimann, P., Armstrong, A. C., Howie P., Waugh, F., Walker, R., Loughland, T., O’Hara, A., Lynch, D., Anderson, M., O’Connor, D., Simpson, A. and Harbon, L. “An Educational Video with Annotation (EVA) collaboratory and teaching and learning management framework”. University of Sydney TIES Large Grant (2008-2009). Awarded $218,410.
- Wong, W.Y., and Howie, P. Pauline (2010). Teaching developmental psychology using an interactive online video platform, Proceedings of the 2010 Conference of the Australiasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE).
- Hu, C., Wong, W.Y., Fyfe, V. & Chan, H. (2010). Use EVA to faciliate preservice teacher peer assessment. . In C. Crawford et al. Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2010 (pp. 3257–3264).
- Wong W. Y. and Reimann P. (2009). Web based Educational Video Teaching and Learning platform with Collaborative Annotations. In IEEE 9th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT 2009) (pp. 696–700).
Media & events
News and events relating to the project.
- Learning Technology Research Fest - Research progress related to this project was showcased at the 2010 Learning Technology Research Fest - 4 November 2010.
- "Strength in numbers - impressive turnout at ascilite 2010", Faculty of Education and Social Work, University of Sydney, 10 December 2010