The Networked Learning in Higher Education project
http://csalt.lancs.ac.uk/jisc/ The Networked Learning in Higher Education project, was designed to create a coherent picture of students' experiences of networked learning, which includes video, in UK Higher Education. This site based in Lancaster University provides some useful advice and guidelines.
Video Streaming: A Guide for Educational Development
Principles of Learning:Guiding Practice for Streaming Media
http://www.edusite.nl/docs/webstroom/video_distance_education.pdf [This paper examines the American Psychological Association’s four cognitive domains of learning and the corresponding research in streaming media. It provides a theoretical construct by which distance educators can infuse learner-centered principles and examine the possibilities for streaming media in online education.] Donna L. Vakili, University of Idaho
Looking through three ‘I’s: the pedagogic use of streaming video, Clive Young & Mireia Asensio
http://www.edusite.nl/docs/webstroom/pedagogic_use_of_streaming_.pdf [The pedagogical challenge faced by teaching staff and practitioners is not only to choose the appropriate streaming technology but also to design meaningful learning events. This paper introduces a way to analyse video use through what is called the Three'I's" Framework – Image, Interactivity and Integration.]
Streaming Media to Enhance Teaching and Improve Learning
http://www.cvc3.org/streamingprimer.htm The California Virtual Campus Summer Institute has written a web based primer on streaming and its use in education. The primer accompanies a live web session about streaming. The primer is a good introduction for newcomers in the streaming area and it provides information on how to record, convert and play streaming media as well as how to use the streaming media in a class context. Five examples are available of how streaming media are used for educational purposes.