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A Real-Time Interactive Shared System for Distance Learning

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The greatest obstacle in developing distance learning system is the lack of real-time interaction. This paper provides a real-time interactive shared system for distance learning that combines the …

The greatest obstacle in developing distance learning system is the lack of real-time interaction. This paper provides a real-time interactive shared system for distance learning that combines the audio, video and seminar. The remote learners can study and exchange opinions with the instructor through this system in real time. After the test between Waseda University and Guilin University, we find that the system can well simulate traditional classroom and improve interaction among participators, which not only saves learners’ study time and improves their learning interests and efficiency, but also improves the teaching freedom of instructor for e-whiteboard is introduced.

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  • Today I will present one remote learning system for you. I am zhao xinyou.
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    • 1. A Real-Time Interactive Shared System for Distance Learning Xinyou Zhao, Yanru Zhong, Mitsuji Matsumoto Presented by Xinyou Zhao [email_address] From Matsumoto Lab, GITS, Waseda University, Japan
    • 2. Background (Cont.)
      • Constant changes in technology
      • Learners have no enough time staying at classroom
      • Technology of Computer & Communication
      • Distance education system
      • When separated with instructor by space and/or time, learners staying far away can participate in a course on-line or off-line.
    • 3. Background (Cont.) System Overview Internet Server Client Data Channel Video Channel Data Channel Video channel
    • 4. Background
      • Two main characteristics :
      • (1) seeing & hearing
      • (2) shared activity-
      • question-answer, e-board, documents, data interaction, BBS, etc
      • Interaction among participators
      • (1) asynchronous information exchanging
      • (2) synchronous information exchanging
      • (3) collective discussion
      • (4) collaborative environment
    • 5. Distance Learning System Model - System Model (Cont.) Hi Hi Hi Client 1 Client 2 Server Bye Bye Bye
    • 6. Distance Learning System Model - transmission technology
      • Audio Technology
      • Video Technology
      • Data Transmission Technology
      • Print Transmission Technology
       data space  video space  audio space
      • Data communication
      • Video communication
      • Audio communication
    • 7. Distance Learning System Model - System Model (Cont.)
      • 1. Audio Space
      • 2. Data Space
      • 3. Video Space
      • 4. Control Center
      1 2 3 4 Combine the audio, video & seminar system
    • 8. Real-Time Interactive Shared System (Cont.)
      • Control Subsystem
      • Seminar Subsystem
      • Audio Subsystem
      • Video Subsystem
    • 9. Real-Time Interactive Shared System Prototype (Cont.)
      • Control Subsystem
      • Seminar Subsystem
      • Audio Subsystem
      • Video Subsystem
    • 10. Real-Time Interactive Shared System Prototype (Cont.)
      • Control Subsystem
      • Seminar Subsystem
      • Audio Subsystem
      • Video Subsystem
    • 11. Real-Time Interactive Shared System Prototype (Cont.)
      • Control Subsystem
      • Seminar Subsystem
      • Audio Subsystem
      • Video Subsystem
    • 12. Real-Time Interactive Shared System Prototype (Cont.)
      • Control Subsystem
      • Seminar Subsystem
      • Audio Subsystem
      • Video Subsystem
    • 13. Real-Time Interactive Shared System Prototype (Cont.)
      • Control Subsystem
      • Seminar Subsystem
      • Audio Subsystem
      • Video Subsystem
    • 14. Video Separation of Instructor and Course Real time Teacher Teacher’s video C1 C1 Slide Slide C2 C1 Slide Slide Changing Commands C2 C2 Slide Slide
    • 15. Real-Time Interactive Shared System Prototype
      • Control Subsystem
      • Seminar Subsystem
      • Audio Subsystem
      • Video Subsystem
      • Notice Board
      • Instructor Video
      • Course Video
    • 16. Benefits among Participators
      • Text Discussion
      • Virtual Group Speech Discussion
      • E-learning Tools
      • Multi-Resource for Studying
      • Improvement on Transmitting Performance
      • E-board Using
      • Discovering on Learners Interests
    • 17. Future Works
      • Shortcoming
      • Learners can’t use the e-board, the instructor can’t see the facial response of learners to his class, and so on.
      • Virtual classroom
    • 18. Thank you for your attention. Any question?

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