Web Information Systems Engineering, International Conference on (2001)
Dec. 3, 2001 to Dec. 6, 2001
Yoshiaki Hada , Tokushima University
Hiroaki Ogata , Tokushima University
Yoneo Yano , Tokushima University
This paper focuses on XML-based video annotation system for language learning using videoconference system. The environment supports between native speaker as teacher and non-native learner. We extend videoconference system so the system can record video based conversation as a learning scene. Learning scene recorded in the videoconference can use for educational instruction. teacher can explain by inserting feedback as annotation in the scene. If teacher edits the video to explain, it is very useful as teaching materials. However, ordinal video editing system creates quite a new video file so it cannot change the contents for playback. In addition, learner can hardly grasp teacher's task. Therefore, we propose Video Correction and VCML (Video-based Correction Markup Language) based on XML to represent corrected information. We call the prototype Viclle (Video-based Communicative Language Learning System). With the system, both teacher and learner can communicate via e-mail without sending video files. In addition, video correction resembles to retrieve information from database with keywords. Therefore, Viclle is regarded as an error database.
XML, Language Learning, Video-based correction, Videoconference, Multimedia
Y. Yano, Y. Hada and H. Ogata, "XML-Based Video Annotation System for Language Learning Environment," Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Web Information Systems Engineering(WISE), Kyoto, Japan, 2001, pp. 0102.