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Representing talk and action in collaborative activities for video analysis

By K Avramides, H Smith, R Luckin and G Fitzpatrick


This paper introduces a collaboratively developed methodology for the qualitative analysis and visual representation of video data. The data to be analysed were video recordings made by secondary school students whilst engaged in a collaborative, in the field, data collection process using hand-held data logging equipment for monitoring Carbon Monoxide and wind values. We describe the requirement for, and the collaborative and evolutionary development process of, a visual method through drawing overview activity maps. Following this we discuss some issues arising and future challenges for overview activity maps

Topics: QA76
Publisher: The International Artificial Intelligence in Education Society
Year: 2005
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