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id sigradi2011_267
authors Hamuy Pinto, Eduardo; Galaz, Mirtha
year 2011
title Preguntas Aumentadas: medios enriquecidos y el acto de preguntar [Augmented questions: Rich media and asking]
source SIGraDi 2011 [Proceedings of the 15th Iberoamerican Congress of Digital Graphics] Argentina - Santa Fe 16-18 November 2011, pp. 448-451
summary Tutorials are widely used for learning technical mattersin architecture and design courses. This is a case study of questions from a student and answers provided by a teacher. The communication medium used was Screenr©, a web application for creating short screencasts. A sequence of screencasts was analyzed from a qualitative perspective, using Media Richness Theory and an e-learning model as framework. Ambiguity and Equivocality are managed through a rich medium that allows communication of precise data and paralinguistic cues. Visual deictic gestures (from the users) and visual cues provided by the interfaceare fundamental for building understanding.
keywords Teaching; videotutorials; media richness; screencasts; qualitative analysis
series SIGRADI
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