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Teaching and Learning as Multimedia Authoring: The Classroom 2000 Project

Summary: Teaching and Learning as Multimedia Authoring:
The Classroom 2000 Project
Gregory D. Abowd 1;2 , Christopher G. Atkeson 2 , Ami Feinstein 4 , Cindy Hmelo 3 ,
Rob Kooper 1;2 , Sue Long 1;2 , Nitin ``Nick'' Sawhney 1 & Mikiya Tani 1;5
1 GVU Center, 2 College of Computing,
3 EduTech Institute & 4 Office of Information Technology
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA
5 NEC Kansai C&C Research Laboratory, Osaka, JAPAN
We view college classroom teaching and learning as a
multimedia authoring activity. The classroom provides
a rich setting in which a number of different forms of
communication co­exist, such as speech, writing and
projected images. Much of the information in a lec­
ture is poorly recorded or lost currently. Our hypoth­
esis is that tools to aid in the capture and subsequent
access of classroom information will enhance both the
learning and teaching experience. To test that hypothe­
sis, we initiated the Classroom 2000 project at Georgia
Tech. The purpose of the project is to apply ubiquitous


Source: Abowd, Gregory D. - College of Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology


Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences