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Synote mobile: HTML5 responsive design video annotation application

Synote mobile: HTML5 responsive design video annotation application
Synote mobile: HTML5 responsive design video annotation application
Synote Mobile has been developed as an accessible cross device and cross browser HTML5 webbased collaborative replay and annotation tool to make web-based recordings easier to access, search, manage, and exploit for learners, teachers and others. It has been developed as a new mobile HTML5 version of the award winning open source and freely available Synote which has been used since 2008 by students throughout the world to learn interactively from recordings. While most UK students now carry mobile devices capable of replaying Internet video, the majority of these devices cannot replay Synote’s accessible, searchable, annotated recordings as Synote was created in 2008 when few students had phones or tablets capable of replaying these videos.
html5, responsive design, video, annotation, captions, mobile
978-981-07-5939-1
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Wald, Mike
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Li, Yunjia
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Wald, Mike, Draffan, E.A., Li, Yunjia and Jing, Wei (2013) Synote mobile: HTML5 responsive design video annotation application. At Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Advances in Information Technology (AIT 2013) Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Advances in Information Technology (AIT 2013). pp. 12-16.

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Abstract

Synote Mobile has been developed as an accessible cross device and cross browser HTML5 webbased collaborative replay and annotation tool to make web-based recordings easier to access, search, manage, and exploit for learners, teachers and others. It has been developed as a new mobile HTML5 version of the award winning open source and freely available Synote which has been used since 2008 by students throughout the world to learn interactively from recordings. While most UK students now carry mobile devices capable of replaying Internet video, the majority of these devices cannot replay Synote’s accessible, searchable, annotated recordings as Synote was created in 2008 when few students had phones or tablets capable of replaying these videos.

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Published date: 5 June 2013
Venue - Dates: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Advances in Information Technology (AIT 2013), 2013-06-05
Keywords: html5, responsive design, video, annotation, captions, mobile
Organisations: Web & Internet Science

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Local EPrints ID: 353917
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/353917
ISBN: 978-981-07-5939-1
PURE UUID: 58d3780c-4003-445b-b5be-0dd6e917018d

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Date deposited: 25 Jun 2013 08:53
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 03:59

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Author: Mike Wald
Author: E.A. Draffan
Author: Yunjia Li
Author: Wei Jing

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