By Kyung-Hwa Yang
This e-book highlights participatory video as an device for community-based grownup schooling and focuses particularly at the function that it could play in selling participatory tradition between grownup newbies. in short, participatory video refers to participant-centered video making. this day, participant-generated movies can commute farther and quicker than ever ahead of, and therefore, the views represented might be successfully shared via a number of humans. Participatory video may also supply these concerned a chance to handle matters that subject to them and provides voice to their reports. the writer explores this strength in response to her event operating with grownup freshmen in a metropolitan group and addresses participatory video in either idea and perform. the objective readership is grownup educators, however it can be invaluable to researchers who've a specific curiosity in incorporating video into their community-based work.
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The average number of participants then was approximately a dozen, signiﬁcantly higher than the number of participants in this project. The Director of the Odyssey Project thought that the decrease in number might have been due to the requirement of writing a 350-word essay because many learners of the Odyssey Project had difﬁculty writing. As mentioned, the purpose of the writing was to facilitate the process of video making in a timely manner. As I advised that grammar would not matter to the writing, I did not believe that the requirement of writing would discourage potential participants.
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