Rhetoric for Synchronous video communication

Themelis, Chryssa and Bonzo, Justin (2011) Rhetoric for Synchronous video communication. In: Proceedings of The 2011 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Applied Computing. UNSPECIFIED, pp. 234-241.

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Synchronous video communication (SVC) offers a promising way of providing opportunity for synchronous conversation and learning between members of a group that is separated by distance. The perceived benefits of SVC are: presence, immediate feedback, access, cost, and interaction. This presentation will look at the perceived benefits through the research lens of participatory and appreciative action and reflection. The concepts of rhetoric, ethos, pathos and logos will be used to illustrate the possibility of research praxis. It is hoped that this will help generate knowledge of this medium and the possible rhetorical factors that may influence the pedagogy behind SVC.

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