Digital Video and Screen Recording

Main Challenges of the Case

One of the biggest challenges of video and screen recording is shooting a product video and filming the computer. Takes time to record remove record and remove again. I saw this in google that this Wistia guide definitely helps a ton, but there is still a lot of time, effort, and equipment that goes into shooting a screen and making it look professional. And then once that’s finished, you still have to edit everything. This gets really labor-intensive if you need to produce a bunch of videos. We need to have fresh mind when we do this program in order to be productive and have a wonderful result and effect to our students and fellow workers.I can say that I really need an extra time in doing this video and screen recording.

The Importance of the Technology

The importance of this technology is that in any commercial ad where we are seeing in the television, even the kids seem to comprehend the importance of quality in videos. It is funny to think sometimes but reveals a daunting truth about the importance of video quality. With that in our minds, let me tell you that it seems that all the information we want to let we can just link it and we have all the answers. I can say that it is an importance of this technology. Videos adds another dimension to learning. It makes the learning process more effective than reading same content as a text. It brings in an altogether new perspective that a student can make use of in their learning experience.

I remember the hand icon in my phone. At first I have to admit that I am not so familiar with some functions in my phone. For me as long as I can call and communicate it is really fine with me. But one day my five year old niece came and told me, “Mommy wave your hand then stay beside me and smile.” Without hesitation I just obeyed her voice then I was surprise to see she was taking picture without touching the screen of my phone. Again the importance of this technology gives even a child a quick understanding.

How It Applies to My Country

Back in the old days, turning your TV screen into a computer monitor makes you move closer to the TV and turn the knob before you can hear or watch the program. Another thing before you can record you have to bring many kinds of apparatus in order for you have a video recording. Casting lets you use your smartphone as a search tool and remote .Some of our Co teachers at school are using their hand phone as a remote in the radio and the computer and even our air condition in the classroom. My brother is using his watch to turn on his television and his stereo. My students is recoding the voice of his mom using his watch. This kinds of technology is everywhere. Our students in the school are using this for their reporting at school. Therefore, it is no doubt that the use of technology in education becomes a significant factor to achieve students’ effective learning and teacher’s effective teaching in the twenty first century (Zainuddin, 2015).Using all kinds of tools in this technology is a great influence to our people in any country young and old. According to ( Kaltura , 2015) Videos helps students and faculty to be more collaborative, it makes the learning more engaging, it makes education more flexible, it reaches people wherever they are, and serves people who are often left out when it comes to traditional teaching. It lets schools extend their reach beyond their walls to people who can’t be there in person.

 Spiritual Connection

This technology reminds me of the story of “The Donkey and Balaam”. We do not need to stand in front of our listeners face to face but still they get the message using something else.Today God still speaks to us but not through donkeys or through stones nor through walls but in His written Word the Bible. The word of God is captured in the Bible through the words.

The Donkey Speaks for God That was all that the donkey could take from Balaam because it wasn’t the donkey’s fault so “Then the Lord opened the mouth of the donkey, and she said to Balaam, “What have I done to you, that you have struck me these three times?” And Balaam said to the donkey, “Because you have made a fool of me. I wish I had a sword in my hand, for then I would kill you” (Num 22:28-29). What a strange occurrence here. Balaam is so angry that he doesn’t notice that he’s having a conversation with a donkey! Sometimes human anger can be so great that we lose all sense of rationality and logic. Then “the donkey said to Balaam, “Am I not your donkey, on which you have ridden all your life long to this day? Is it my habit to treat you this way?” And he said, “No” (Numb 22:30).

References

Jack Wellman, What Christian wants to know http://www.whatchristianswanttoknow.com/what-is-the-story-of-the-talking-donkey-in-the-bible/#ixzz4YjKIepEr

http://www.whatchristianswanttoknow.com/what-is-the-story-of-the-talking-donkey-in-the-bible/#ixzz4YjKpjsqp

Kaltura, (2015). Using interactive video to improve learning outcomes.  White paper: Retrieved from https://corp.kaltura.com/sites/default/files/Using%20Interactive%20 Video%20to% 20Improve%20Learning%20Outcomes%20whitepaper.pdf

Linda Friedrich, (2013). The Impact Digital tools on student writing. Director of Research and Evaluation, National Writing Projecthttp://pewinternet.org/Reports/2013/Teachers

Leeder, K. (2009).  Learning to teach through video. Retrieved from http://www.inthelibrarywiththeleadpipe.org/2009/learning-to-teach-through-video/

Thompson, R. & Lee, M. (2012). Talking with students through screencasting: experimentation with video feedback to improve student learning.  The Journal of interactive technology and pedagogy, Retrieved from https://jitp.commons.gc.cuny.edu/talking-with-students-through-screencasting-experimentations-with-video-feedback-to-improve-student-learning/

Zainuddin, Z. (2015). Exploring the potential of flipped classroom approach for higher education in Aceh. Retrieved from https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Zamzami_Zainuddin / publication/290740191_EXPLORING_THE_POTENTIAL_OF_FLIPPED_CLASSROOM_APPROACH_FOR_HIGHER_EDUCATION_IN_ACEH/links/569b479808ae6169e55e2d57.pdf

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